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Nature goes to Humberside to explore a 100-year plan to change the estuary.
Most people think of snails as garden pests; Nature puts them in a revealing new light.
100 years of Country Diaries
The Guardian's Country Diary is the longest running newspaper column in Britain.
Grant Sonnex finds out what we need to do to conserve cod.
Chris Watson records one of winter's most dramatic spectacles.
Trees and Risk
Paul Evans assesses the future of our urban trees.
Brett Westwood investigates plans to expand Scotland's pine forests.
Wind Energy at What Cost?
A controversial wind farm on the Outer Hebridean island of Lewis has split the community.
The Sounds of Britain: Wicken Fen
Paul Evans and Chris Watson capture the atmosphere of Britain's oldest nature reserve.
The Sounds of Britain: Islay
Paul Evans and Chris Watson capture the atmosphere of the Hebridean island of Islay.
The Sounds of Britain: An Urban Dawn Chorus
Paul Evans tells how the dawn chorus in a park was recorded for a children's hospital.
The Sounds of Britain: The Wrekin Forest
Paul Evans reveals the mysteries and atmosphere of the woodland slopes of Shropshire.
The Extinction of Experience
Evidence suggests that we are all becoming less connected with the natural world.
Paul Evans looks at the system of legal protection for all British birds of prey.
The Only Great Ape In Asia
Patrick Morris and Barrie Britton revisit an orang-utan colony in Sumatra.
Life in the Trenches
Julian Partridge and Ron Douglas explore thousands of metres deep in the Pacific Ocean.
A Hundred Years of British Birds
A programme marking the centenary of the influential journal British Birds.
The Vogelkop Bowerbird
A close encounter with two birds that revealed an exquisite courtship performance.
Access For All?
Paul Evans visits Dorset to find out why heathland birds don't welcome hordes of visitors.
The Future of the Amazon
Paul Evans investigates the Amazon, the biggest area of rainforest left on Earth.
Are we being consistent in our approach to non-native plants and animals?
Decline In Migrants
Brett Westwood searches for the reasons behind the declining numbers of migrant songbirds.
Seabirds - Canaries on the Cliffs
Chris Sperring explores declining seabird numbers and asks if it represents a crisis.
Paul Evans asks if enough is being done to conserve honeybees.
Brett Westwood encounters the large blue butterfly on the Somerset Downs.
Brett Westwood investigates the potential for restoring large areas of heathland.
The Sea of Cortez
Tessa McGregor explores the Sea of Cortez, a whale and dolphin hotspot off Mexico.
Manx Marine Nature Reserve
Brett Westwood asks how feasible it is to set up a conservation area in the sea.
Mud, Birds and Tides: The Severn Estuary
Chris Sperring discovers that the Severn Estuary is a vital nursery ground for marine fish
Calf of Man
Brett Westwood visits the Calf of Man, a rugged island to the south of the Isle of Man.
In Search of Jenny
The search to find the first gorilla brought out of Africa to live in captivity.
An unusual sound safari, eavesdropping on the world of insect sounds.
A poet and a stone are companions on a most unusual journey to Australia.
Spring Songbird Special
Grant Sonnex presents the programme from the RSPB's reserve at Minsmere in Suffolk.
The Plum Prospects for Orchard Conservation
The Plum Prospects for Orchard Conservation: Brett Westwood on new conservation measures.
Unearthing Buried Rivers
Paul Evans reports on the rebirth of the urban waterway.
The Beetles: Here, There and Everywhere
Paul Evans explains his fascination with beetles and celebrates their myriad world.
The Spring Blog
A colourful diary of spring created by Paul Evans.
The Answer's in the Soil
Paul Evans discovers the importance of soil to the quality of our future environment.
A Country Fit for Cranes
Michael Scott visits Lakenheath Fen, a new habitat where a pair of cranes bred last month.
As part of Springwatch, Brett Westwood answers listeners' questions about wildlife.
Britain's Rarest Trees
Brett Westwood joins botanist Tim Rich to look for the whitebeam trees.
Juan Fernandez Islands
Paul Evans visits the Juan Fernandez Islands in search of its firecrown hummingbird.
Paul Evans questions the benefits of gardening for wildlife.
A sound portrait of Dungeness, written and narrated by Paul Evans.
A Local Patch, part 1
Three keen naturalists describe the relationship with their 'local patch'.
A Local Patch, part 2
Paul Evans explores the value of getting to know your 'local patch'.
Soundings from Antarctica
Astonishing and revelatory sounds above, below and within Antarctica's landscape of ice.
The Water Boatman's Song
Paul Evans goes in search of the Water Boatman's song.
The Ghost Roost
The sounds of a Ghost Roost; a performance by starlings.
Emma Turner; a life in the reeds
The remarkable story of Emma Turner; a pioneer of bird photography.
In search of the Tiger’s Roar
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson travels to India to record the roar of a tiger.
Painting in Sound
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson explains how landscape paintings have inspired him.
James and the Giant Redwoods - Part One
James Aldred travels to California in search of the world's biggest trees.
James and the Giant Redwood - Part Two
James Aldred visits the Grove of Titans and climbs the world's tallest tree.
Brett Westwood finds out why woodpecker numbers in the UK are both up and down.
Wood and Water
Brett Westwood finds out why conservationists are dropping logs in rivers and streams.
Brett Westwood discovers how the fortunes of Britain's lampreys could be improving.
Hedgehogs are in decline. Paul Evans separates the science from the sentimentality.
In Search of the Japanese Sika
Chris Sperring searches for sika deer and how they're fitting into the Dorset countryside.
Bird Wars on Malta
Matthew Hill investigates allegations of illegal bird hunting in Malta.
Quest for the World's Largest Butterfly
Mark Stratton visits Papua New Guinea to search for Queen Alexandra's Birdwing.
Islands of Ice and Fire
Sound recordist Chris Watson captures the dramatic sounds of Iceland's dynamic landscape.
Arctic Terns at 66 Degrees North
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson follows Arctic terns on their migration north.
In Search of Humpback Whales
Chris Watson travels to Iceland in search of humpback whales.
Bewitched by Dragonflies
When a dragonfly landed on him in 1985, it changed Ruary MacKenzie Dodds's life!
James and the Giant Atlas Cedars
Professional tree climber James Aldred visits Morocco to climb a giant Atlas cedar tree.
The Midland Brown Snake - Dead or Alive
Howard Stableford finds out how the midland brown snake is getting help to cross the road.
Bigfoot: Not a Bear
Matthew Hill is on the trail of possibly the world's most elusive creature, Bigfoot.
The Yoiker and the Landscape
Chris Watson travels to the Lofoten islands in Norway to record a traditional Sami yoiker.
James and the Peregrines
James Aldred follows the lives of a family of peregrines in his local quarry.
The Rainforest Canopy
Wildlife cameraman John Aitchison spends a month living in a Rainforest canopy.
The Fen Raft Spider
Chris Watson joins arachnologist Helen Smith in a quest to record the fen raft spider.