Anna Varle visits a Devon entrepreneur who is helping 30 struggling farms stay in business
The upland research farm in Wales which is due to be sold after 80 years of service.
Farms are dangerous areas, yet today they welcome the public in for Open Farm Sunday.
Marie-Louise Muir invites four artists to her childhood home in Derry-Londonderry.
Bel Mooney explores whether home is as much an idea as a place.
Bel Mooney talks to author Penelope Lively about the nature of home.
Lynsey Hanley explores how council housing has become diminished in the 21st century.
Chris Mason brings together Radio 4 listeners' contributions on the rural environment.
Caz Graham discovers how farming on Earth is increasingly being shaped by outer space.
James is 24 and dreams of owning a farm. Has he found his chance in Cornwall?
Remember the house you grew up in? Would you like to go back and visit? Jude Rogers does.
In the wake of Grenfell Tower, Lynsey Hanley tells the story of social housing in Britain.
How the home will be disrupted and transformed by radical technological change.
Aleks Krotoski asks whether home can be anywhere you can go online.
Marina Warner looks at myths of national identity and asks: what is home ground?
Kofi Smiles visits the lighting installation bringing colour to a Hull housing estate.
Tom Dyckhoff examines how the design of the built environment can influence who we are.
Becky Manson discusses the meaning of home, as home ownership becomes less common.
Caz Graham visits food writer and smallholder Alex Rushmer in Cambridgeshire.
Melissa McCarthy discusses how a rural upbringing influenced her acting.
Solving the devastating problems of rural isolation and loneliness amongst the elderly.
Charlotte Smith meets the founder of Open Farm Sunday, in Hertfordshire.
John Doran seeks out radical music being made in the valleys and plains of Britain.
Paul Mason visits Manila to assess the benefits of life in the world's poorest slums.
The stories of migration past and present that have shaped the Derry and Donegal region.
Author Rosie Dastgir explores how home and roots shape an artist's work and creativity.
Peter White and Janet Street-Porter explore one of his betes noires, the countryside.
Radio 4's alternative take on the archive goes to the country. Presented by Gerald Scarfe.
Political correspondent Chris Mason mulls over the divide between city and country life.
Where does Brexit leave the UK countryside? Tom Heap hosts a debate.