Caz Graham reports from this year's Keswick tup fair.
A meditative journey within the sonic backdrop of the ancient Indian city of Varanasi.
For centuries the cattle of the west of Ireland have been led for the winter to the Burren
The peaceful, hefty, cud-chewing beasts which have transformed our societies.
Tom Heap finds out how DNA analysis can help prevent illegal trade in Rhino horn.
Neil MacGregor considers the state of culture in Egypt before the pharaohs.
Brett Westwood follows the elephant through human history, from battlefield to big top.
Brett Westwood admires how the impossibility of the giraffe has captured hearts worldwide.
Jane Smiley goes horse racing in California. Why is it such fertile ground for a novelist?
Rosamund Young is a Cotswold farmer who has spent decades getting to know her cows.
Sheila Dillon explores rabbit meat. Is it delicious or unjustifiable?
Considering whether the increasing amount of rabbit on British menus might be a good thing
Brett Westwood meets a rhinoceros nose to nose and is blown away by the experience.
Britain's rabbits are in sharp decline. Tom Heap asks if we should be worried.
Vivienne Parry asks if science understands how the Elephant's trunk evolved
Will the sale of harvested rhino horn help to stop poaching?
Sound recordist Chris Watson joins the annual migration of wildebeest.
Writer Chris Stewart knows a thing or two about sheep. Alexandra Harris knows art. Baa!