Pop star and bird lover Will Young joins Brett Westwood to broadcast the dawn chorus live.
How important is it to understand the behaviour of farm animals? Anna Jones investigates.
Prof Adam Hart explores a new field in zoology - animal personality.
Songwriter Emmy the Great rediscovers the craft of the playground clapping game.
Philip Hoare talks about birds and whales.
In her penultimate lecture Marina Warner asks: who are the real cannibals?
Caroline Ingraham, founder of a new approach to animal welfare, on giving animals choices.
Jim Al-Khalili talks chimp gestures with Dr Cat Hobaiter.
Chimps communicate but, asks Michael Rosen, do their utterances mean they use language?
Can you apply Darwin's theory of natural selection to music and create the perfect song?
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Prof Dave Goulson about his obsession with bees.
Sound recordist Chris Watson introduces a dawn chorus from Suffolk.
Brett Westwood follows the dawn chorus from east to west across Europe.
Trai Anfield revels in a sound spectacle on International Dawn Chorus Day.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss how some animals sense their world with sound not sight.
Leading biologist EO Wilson talks to Jim Al-Khalili about ants, altruism and evolution.
Mariella Frostrup and her guests debate the dilemmas of modern parenting.
Michael Portillo hunts down nature's tyrants and meets the animals who make it to the top.
Patrick Aryee meets people who 'listen' to sounds beyond the human range of hearing.
Aleks Krotoski explores how toys might influence our technological futures.
Frans de Waal tells Jim Al-Khalili why we should expect chimpanzees to be clever.
David Attenborough presents a dawn chorus from the heather moorlands of Allendale.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Rufus Hound to look at animal behaviour.
Dr Mark Porter finds out how much water we should drink for optimum health.
Peter Evans eavesdrops on an experiment involving students and a pot of money.
Could humans pull off the trick of hibernation to conquer long-term space travel?
Dr Steve Jones explores the power and consequences of natural selection.
Aleks Krotoski asks why we just cannot get enough of what our digital devices dish up.
Melvyn Bragg discusses Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, the 18th century French precursor to Darwin.
Iolo Williams gets up at dawn to watch a remarkable black grouse lek near Llangollen, in North Wales.