Helen Mark is in Dorset to find out how marine life can impact on the local community.
Assessing a 60-year-old project on the Farne Islands, home to grey seals.
Clare Balding walks to the top of the Stiperstones in Shropshire with a men's group.
Chris Packham relives programmes from the Living World archives.
On a Shropshire hillside ancient holly trees reveal an astonishing relationship with rowan
Just off the Northumberland coast, the Farne Islands are home to thousands of puffins.
Paul Evans travels to Malham Tarn to try to locate rare caddisfly the Malham Sedge.
Caz Graham visits two nature reserves in Cumbria to see what wildlife visits in winter.
Helen Mark visits Dorset to find out about controlling the elements and forces of nature.
Helen Mark meets the only full-time lifeboat crew in the UK at Spurn Point in East Yorks.
Bells on Sunday comes from St Helen's Church, Lundy Island.
David Lindo visits Lundy in north Devon for the island's very first half marathon race.
Paul Evans and Chris Watson capture the atmosphere of Britain's oldest nature reserve.
Chris Watson captures the sounds of the tidal spectacle on the Wash in East Anglia.
Chris Sperring joins Peter Wright and Andrew Gibson at Spurn National Nature Reserve.