Are agricultural crops good or bad for nature?
Three keen naturalists describe the relationship with their 'local patch'.
Paul Evans explores the value of getting to know your 'local patch'.
Monty Don presents a special edition recorded before a live audience at Bristol University
Are we aware we are sharing the planet with less wildlife? Are we getting used to less?
Tom Heap examines the wildlife impact of Europe's new borders.
Miranda Krestovnikoff asks if the trade in pet reptiles and amphibians should be banned.
Adam Henson visits the second finalist vying to become the 2012 BBC Farmer of the Year.
Tom Heap investigates the importance of wildlife within the urban environment.
As more rubbish is put in landfill and the human population grows, can this help wildlife?
Tales of transgression, wild children and dangerous encounters with ferocious beasts.
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates on creatures likely to be found in log piles and long grass.
Globally cities continue to grow. Can wildlife and humans live together as cities spread?
Tom Heap witnesses the worldwide police operation against the trade in endangered species.
Alice Roberts and Sarah Perkins find an example that shows why we should record roadkill.
A useful and engaging guide to the wildlife of garden walls and stones.
The Ethiopian bush crow relies on local tribes for survival, but the tribes are changing.
Trees, shrubs and umbrellas! With Brett Westwood and Phil Gates.
Jules Hudson visits West London in search of the wildlife that calls the city home.
Monty Don finds out how important urban areas are for the wildlife we share it with.
Paul Evans questions the benefits of gardening for wildlife.