Caz Graham meets Daisy, an 11-year-old with a thriving chicken and egg enterprise.
How do you turn a derelict croft into a thriving business? Moira Hickey finds out.
Charlotte Smith goes behind bars to visit a farm within a prison at HMP North Sea Camp.
Are agricultural crops good or bad for nature?
Caz Graham catches up with the men and women producing our food in tough times.
We meet an Irish writer and farmer struggling with lockdown.
Sea aagles and black grouse share a farm with Angus MacFadyen and his blackface sheep.
Kathy Willis examines new insights into plants as regulators of our planet.
Caz Graham meets farmer and award-winning photographer Amy Bateman.
Caz Graham checks in on some our most interesting farmers as they deal with lockdown.
Verity Sharp meets a young couple farming on Dartmoor
Caz Graham discovers how farming on Earth is increasingly being shaped by outer space.
Charlotte Smith meets the farmer who grows crops around the runways at Heathrow.
Meet farmer and comedy writer Jim Smith
Winter 2019. It rained. A lot. Farmer Charles in Warwickshire isn't sure how they'll cope.
Sheila Dillon seeks out fish and cattle along the River Nith.
Visiting Harper Adams University's robotic farming project Hands Free Hectare.
Verity Sharp joins a fashion conscious farmer for lambing time
Caz Graham visits a Wiltshire farm that has been innovating for nearly a 100 years.
Tricky? Bronwen Maddox hears how one brother and sister sorted out their farm inheritance.
John Connell talks about his powerful memoir of life on an Irish farm
Ruth Sanderson talks to farmers preparing their businesses for the future.
What is it like to run the most southerly farm in mainland Britain?
Verity Sharp meets young farmers and hears their hopes and visions for their futures
Kathy Willis on how Mendel's famous pea experiments helped to revolutionise horticulture.
Can we improve nature's engine room- the amazing process of photosynthesis?
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss photosynthesis.
To have them or not to have them, that is the question.
Kathy Willis explores the harnessing of plants' ability to photosynthesise their own food.
Black, gay, female and farming - celebrating diverse food grown by diverse people.