Lionel Kellaway encounters the loudest amphibian in Europe, the natterjack toad.
Cumbrian hill farmer, Simon Bland, on an alternative use for sheep's wool and bracken.
Sheila Dillon and this year's judging team launch the 2016 BBC Food and Farming Awards.
In the last in the series, Roger tries some Korean food for Christmas Day.
Lionel Kelleway travels to Herefordshire to marvel at Britain's ancient trees,.
The sound of church bells from Saints Probus and Grace, Cornwall.
A meditative journey within the sonic backdrop of the ancient Indian city of Varanasi.
Romy Gill and Sheila Dillon hear how volunteers provided free food to all during lockdown.
Ruth Sanderson meets a farmer in Leicestershire whose Alpacas are bred for use in therapy.
Historian Adam Smith explores how America was transformed by entry into war in April 1917.
Shows us around the drawing studio he's created for the Arts University Bournemouth.
Rats under the floorboards, paint on the floor. What makes an artist's studio?
Two poets and a composer take to the skies over Bristol in a balloon full of hot air.
Barry Jenkins interviewed by Simon Mayo
The story of the battery begins inside a dead murderer. It's a tale that's far from over.
New developments in battery technology are changing the way Britain is powered.
Sheila Dillon unveils the list of the 2016 BBC Food and Farming Awards finalists.
Nobel Prize-winning chemist Sir Harry Kroto chooses the philosopher Benedict Spinoza.
written in 1918
For centuries the cattle of the west of Ireland have been led for the winter to the Burren
Professor Daniel Pick explores the enduring cultural obsession with brainwashing.
Sheila Dillon discusses this year's winners in the Best Market category of the Food Awards
Morland Sanders investigates the background to the cabin crew strike at British Airways.
Jo Fidgen explores everyday solutions to the climate crisis.
Was the history of the car nearly different? Did the Victorians invent the electric car?
Brett Westwood tracks down nature's master of disguise - the chameleon.
Tim Hayward bites into Britain's growing chilli scene, from growers to expert eaters.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the astonishing productivity of the Chinese Golden Age.
Church bells from the Church of Saints Probus & Grace, Cornwall.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the coal tit.