Adam Henson visits Molescroft Grange, Beverley, to meet engineer-turned-farmer Tamara Hall
Hermione Cockburn visits Rutland Water in East Anglia, now an SSSI and a protected area.
Northern English rivers are flooding whilst southern rivers dry up. Tom Heap investigates.
Gabrielle Walker explores why we know so little about the planet's oceans.
Gabrielle examines the intimate relationship between the oceans and our climate.
Hermione Cockburn learns what needs to happen to water before it reaches us.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince discover the wonders still lying hidden deep within our oceans.
Hermione Cockburn looks at two contrasting reservoirs in the Yorkshire Dales.
Anna Hill meets the farmers, scientists and volunteers bringing Norfolk ponds back to life
With Nature’s very own Bumper cars – the garden pond is a fairground of activity!
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates venture into the garden pond.
Miranda Krestovnikoff explores the surprising world of New Forest's winter ponds.
Miranda Krestovnikoff and Jeremy Biggs explore the ponds of the New Forest. From 2012.
Helen Mark visits Derbyshire to hear about reservoirs and long-gone villages.
Martin Palmer reflects on the significance of rivers in religious stories and traditions.
The first in a series of engaging guides to help identify some common coastal wildlife.
Brett Westwood reflects on wildlife changes in his local patch over 40 years.
Short documentaries on crashing waves and diving under the water. Presented by Josie Long.
Wetlands are disappearing three times faster than forests, but the damage can be reversed.
Josie Long dives into stories of wild water.