Chris Sperring talks to fungi expert Lynne Boddy about the weird world of fairy rings. Read more
Chris Sperring talks to fungi expert Lynne Boddy about the weird world of fairy rings.
Chris Sperring joins Peter Wright and Andrew Gibson at Spurn National Nature Reserve.
Barnacle Geese of Caerlaverock
Trai Anfield and Brian Morrell witness huge flocks of barnacle geese at WWT Caerlaverock.
Grey Seals of Blakeney
Trai Anfield visits the grey seals at Blakeney Point on the Norfolk coast.
Chris Sperring goes to Dorset to see how one butterfly in particular survives the winter.
A Starling Eruption
Trai Anfield witnesses the dawn eruption of starlings from the Somerset Levels.
Long-Tailed Tits: The Winter Flock
Chris Sperring spends a winter's day with a long-tailed-tit family.
Trai Anfield searches for crossbills near Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire.
Chris Sperring searches for one of the most abundant mammals in the UK, the vole.
Adders of Loch Lomond
Trai Anfield encounters adders basking on the edges of Loch Lomond.
Springtime in the Hazel Coppice
Chris Sperring visits a hazel coppice awash with springtime flowers.
A Shell Nesting Bee
Trai Anfield is in Dorset to find a bee that builds its nest in empty snail shells.
Turks and Caicos Islands: The Pygmy Boa Constrictor
Tom Heap joins a night safari in search of the Caicos pygmy boa constrictor.
Turks and Caicos Islands: The Rock Iguana
Tom Heap meets the critically endangered rock iguana of the Caribbean.
The green hairstreak butterfly is making a comeback in the Pentland Hills.
Guillemots of Skomer
Tim Birkhead looks at the guillemots of Skomer Island that have been studied for 42 years.
Chris Sperring is in Somerset during the last days of summer, listening for nightjars.
Calling Eastern Wolves
Sian Griffiths heads to the Algonquin Park in Canada to listen out for Eastern wolves.
Great Crested Newts
Chris Sperring travels to the Somerset Levels in search of great crested newts.
Spiders love drystone walls, and the Peak District has 100s of miles of limestone walls.
When the cold descends on Iceland, whooper swans migrate south to the Scottish Highlands
The Spined Loach
Brett Westwood heads to Cambridgeshire in search of one of Britain's rarest vertebrate.
Trai Anfield finds the wildlife on the wintry shores of Devon.
The Wood Mice of Wytham
Trai Anfield visits Wytham Woods, where wood mice have been studied since 1943.
In Search of Giant Fungus
Chris Sperring goes on the hunt for giant bracket fungus in Dommett Wood in Somerset.
Chris Sperring visits Gloucestershire to find out why ducks 'dabble'.
Chris Packham relives programmes from the Living World archives.
Chris Packham relives a Living World programme from 1996 about the secretive polecat.
Chris Packham relives a Living World programme from 2000 about swifts.
Mayfly and the Chalkstream
Chris Packham relives programmes from The Living World archives.