Nature goes to Humberside to explore a 100-year plan to change the estuary.
Clare Balding walks across Dartmoor with the former head of the Royal Marines.
Matt Baker discovers some alternative methods of transport in the New Forest.
Clare Balding goes walkabout with a group of Australians called The Norfolk Broads.
Barry Farrimond who plays Ed Grundy in The Archers walks with Clare Balding on Dartmoor.
Clare Balding joins Maxwell Ayamba and the Black Men's Walking group he set up.
Helen Mark discovers Indian heritage amongst the hills of the Peak District National Park.
Morecambe Bay is changing. Helen Mark hears how buildings and artworks will set the tone.
Poet Paul Farley takes a walk across the dangerous sands of Morecambe Bay.
Clare Balding is accompanied by Alison O'Neill for a walk in the Howgills in Cumbria.
Clare walks with members of the Tavistock-Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team, and their dogs.
Dartmoor is the walking territory of writer Tom Cox, author of 21st Century Yokel
How a late-night internet purchase led to the creation of Devon’s first tea estate.
Clare Balding takes an 'evolutionary walk' in the Quantock Hills in Somerset.
Before dawn, Lionel Kelleway awaits the arrival of barnacle geese on the Solway coast.
Clare Balding is in the Peaks to join a group who have been walking together for 25 years.
Clare Balding walks across the Malverns with the Herefordshire Interfaith Group.
Ian Marchant visits the Isle of Wight in hope of a plastic-free future.
Jarvis Cocker’s love affair with Edale and Kinder Scout.
John McCarthy walks with volunteer rangers on the South Downs.
Clare Balding discovers that the Lincolnshire Wolds are not as flat as most people think.
What is it like to run the most southerly farm in mainland Britain?
Sheila Dillon investigates developing trends in the shellfish trade.
Chris Sperring discovers that the Severn Estuary is a vital nursery ground for marine fish
Lionel Kelleway and Mark Lawrence hunt for birds' nests hidden on Dartmoor. From 2010.
Clare Balding explores an area of the Norfolk Broads, walking along the river Ant.
Richard Uridge discovers the Northamptonshire countryside around Rockingham Forest.
Clare Balding walks the Northumbrian coast with walking magazine editor Jonathan Manning.
With six months to go, Helen Mark investigates if Weymouth is ready for the Olympic Games.
Clare Balding walks across a wild Dartmoor with former Royal Marine Pen Farthing.