How are the world’s musicians, sound artists and poets responding to the loss of species?
Erica McAlister asks if we should be eating more insects.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss fungi.
Could our food supplies be at risk from a worldwide decline in pollinating insects?
What did insects ever do for us? Tom Heap meets the people trying to stop their decline.
Mary Colwell meets a doctor who has a passion for creepy crawlies.
An unusual sound safari, eavesdropping on the world of insect sounds.
Erica McAlister explores how insect technology can solve human design problems.
How the fascinating and disgusting lives of insects inspired modernist writers.
Lynne Boddy enthuses about fungi.
Entomologist Erica McAlister explores the world of insects and their superpowers.
Tom Heap investigates the war on domestic pests, from bedbugs to carpet mites.
The story of a fish that was discovered 66 million years after its 'extinction'.
"Why are some fungi helpful and others harmful?" asks Paul Glaister in Reading.
Harvestmen are a classic creepy crawly to be found in our countryside, but what are they?
Chocolate? Furniture? Clothes? Bridget Kendall and guests discuss novel uses for fungi.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince discover the wonders of insects.