A return to dairy farming. With Sarah Swadling.
Tom Heap visits a dairy farm in Orkney which provides milk to the island's creamery.
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
How understanding grass can make dairy farming pay. With Caz Graham.
Caz Graham visits a Welsh dairy farmer with controversial plans for expansion.
Alex James and Chris Haskins visit one of the 2009 Farmer of the Year nominees.
Adam Henson visits a dairy farm in the USA that milks over three thousand cows a day.
Do we take cows' milk for granted? Sheila Dillon asks if we need a reintroduction to it.
How Welsh dairy cows may be helping British athletes win medals.
Ruth Sanderson meets the Leicestershire dairy farmers with a fresh approach.
Milk glut results in federal buy-out of herds.
Adam Henson visits the third finalist vying to become BBC Farmer of the Year.
A tour of Neil Darwent's farm, a finalist for the title of Outstanding Farmer of the Year.
Sheila Dillon investigates the rise in demand for 'free from' foods.
Alan Dein meets the farmer selling his herd of 1,000 dairy cows after 35 years of milking.
For many new mothers who want, or need, to get back to work, infant formula is a godsend.
Are small community dairies, serving local customers, the way forward for dairy farmers?
What has to happen to make milk profitable for farmers?
Is the milk in your coffee as important as the beans? Meet the farmer who thinks it is.
Report on the demonstrations dairy farmers are holding in protest at falling milk prices.
Sarah Swadling investigates how two new farmers are making money from mobile milking.
Sheila Dillon looks at the controversial subject of raw milk.
The current milk crisis, seen through the prism of long-running radio soap The Archers.
The end of an era for a Shropshire farming couple as they say goodbye to their dairy herd.
In a new approach to dairy farming the Finlays keep their calves with their mothers.
Sybil Ruscoe finds out why two dairy cows were brought into central Bristol for five days.
A radiophonic poem following the flow of milk east out of Wales while the land flows west.
Sheila Dillon lifts the lid on powdered baby milk.
Intensive agriculture has rapidly changed rural Ireland. Can the damage be reversed?
Sybil Ruscoe visits a Welsh 'mega dairy' that milks 2,000 cows that don't graze on grass.