Nature goes to Humberside to explore a 100-year plan to change the estuary.
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.
Morecambe Bay is changing. Helen Mark hears how buildings and artworks will set the tone.
Hermione Cockburn visits Rutland Water in East Anglia, now an SSSI and a protected area.
Poet Paul Farley takes a walk across the dangerous sands of Morecambe Bay.
Anna Hill goes under glass to see how peppers are grown in the Lea Valley.
Alan Dein meets the islanders of Lindisfarne, who coexist with millions of tourists.
Helen Mark explores the Lee Valley's hybrid landscape of the natural and industrial.
Paul Evans travels to Malham Tarn to try to locate rare caddisfly the Malham Sedge.
Chris Sperring discovers that the Severn Estuary is a vital nursery ground for marine fish
Clare Balding explores an area of the Norfolk Broads, walking along the river Ant.
Clare walks the first section of the route, from Holy Island to St Cuthbert's Cave.
Helen Mark looks at the battle between water supply and wildlife at Rutland Water.
Helen Mark and writer Simon Barnes explore the Great Fen and Charles Rothschild's legacy.
Alan Read, Professor of Theatre at Kings College London, recalls childhood in Essex.
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.
Helen Mark walks between Tresco and Bryher on the Isles of Scilly on a low spring tide.