Beavers are back, but Brett Westwood asks if they can recover their place in our culture.
Lionel Kelleway has a very close encounter with a mammal extinct in Britain for 400 years.
Kate Humble presents the bittern.
Brett Westwood travels to Suffolk to hear a booming bittern. Recorded in 2004.
Lionel Kelleway discovering the biology behind pigeon migration. From 2008.
David Lindo, the Urban Birder, on the kestrel.
David Lindo the Urban Birder on seeing an osprey next to Wormwood Scrubs in London.
Brett Westwood finds out why woodpecker numbers in the UK are both up and down.
Musician Fyfe Dangerfield enjoys watching his son chasing one of our most common birds.
Brett Westwood explores how hornbills have influenced art, religion and feminism.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the kestrel.
The RSPB's Liane Holdsworth recalls the kestrel for Tweet of the Day.
The RSPB's Matthew Capper recalls the joy of hearing a bittern for Tweet of the Day.
Michael Morpurgo's paean to the beautiful, mysterious swan.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the osprey.
Paul Evans meets Roy Dennis, who has spent a life with ospreys, in the Scottish Highlands.
Caz Graham goes in search of Cumbria's regular visiting ospreys.
Helen Mark looks at the battle between water supply and wildlife at Rutland Water.
Writer and wildlife programme-maker Stephen Moss recalls the first time he saw a bittern.
Series celebrating the infinite variety of the natural world and its depiction in culture.
Rod Liddle debates our reactions to the familiar kestrel and the well nurtured red kite.
Imagine the sound of music that flies around your head - the magic art of pigeon whistles.
Iolo Williams studies the remarkable camouflage of bitterns.