Caz Graham joins the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust vaccinating badgers.
Caz Graham visits an egg farmer who has borrowed £1 million to replace his battery cages.
Elinor Goodman witnesses the end of an era for a family-run battery farm in Dorset.
Welsh poet and writer Owen Sheers hears about plans for a badger cull in Pembrokeshire.
Caz Graham speaks to Devon farmers who support proposals for a badger cull to control TB.
Sarah Swadling is among a million hens at a new breed of intensive egg farm, in Shropshire
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the arguments over greater legal protection for animals.
Christine Nicol explores the meaty problem of eating aliens. What if they are like people?
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the role of animals in humankind’s search for knowledge.
When we properly understand animals, how much will our relationship with them change?
Would you eat artificial meat, grown in the lab? Geoff Watts investigates.
Does a second feel the same for a fly, a bird, or a swordfish, as it does for me?
Tom Heap adds locusts to his grocery shopping list and asks if we should all eat bugs.
Caroline Ingraham, founder of a new approach to animal welfare, on giving animals choices.
Sarah Swadling visits an intensive chicken farm in Derbyshire with 180,000 birds.
Chris Jones from Worcestershire talks about his rescue ravens.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince discuss intelligent creatures from clever crows to cunning squid.
Nadene Ghouri investigates how meat from the offspring of a cloned cow was eaten in the UK
Alan Dein delves into the mysterious deaths of five dogs in the same West Yorkshire street
Tom Heap demolishes some myths about free-range farming.
Mark Kermode reviews Eating Animals.
Christine Nicol explores the meaty problem of eating aliens and how to choose which one.
Campaigners for fur claim it's natural, renewable and sustainable. Tom Heap investigates.
Helen Mark goes in search of the wild animals of Gloucestershire.
Adam Henson visits an industrial-scale dairy farm.
What can animals tell us about the origins of our numerical abilities?
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the ortolan bunting.
Jake the spaceman crashes on a planet and has to eat the locals. Do they feel pain?
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Christine Nicol explores the meaty problem of eating aliens. How would you decide?