Caz Graham joins the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust vaccinating badgers.
Welsh poet and writer Owen Sheers hears about plans for a badger cull in Pembrokeshire.
The upland research farm in Wales which is due to be sold after 80 years of service.
Caz Graham speaks to Devon farmers who support proposals for a badger cull to control TB.
Sheila Dillon and this year's judging team launch the 2016 BBC Food and Farming Awards.
Anna Hill discusses the dawn of a new era in British farming with writer David Richardson.
Sheila Dillon unveils the list of the 2016 BBC Food and Farming Awards finalists.
How did farms get so big? And will they get bigger?
Charlotte Smith joins the annual farming jamboree in London, the Farmers' Weekly Awards.
Former bank manager, Territorial Army colonel and farming mentor. Meet Dai the Bank!
After Brexit, what can farmers expect? Charlotte Smith concludes her investigation.
Charlotte Smith explores the relationship between policy makers and farming.
Charlotte Smith meets the founder of Open Farm Sunday, in Hertfordshire.
The battle over badger culling and the controversy of how to tackle TB in cattle.
Where has the Common Agricultural Policy left British farming? And what happens next?
Patrick Wright traces the impact on Kent orchards and villages of Britain joining the EEC.
Dozens of farmers say they face ruin after borrowing money from a Somerset finance company
Jonathan Freedland compares the current milk crisis with the 1930s wheat crisis.