Clare Balding walks to the 'plague village' of Eyam in Derbyshire in this week's programme
Isle of Dogs
An unusual urban walk to finish the series as Clare Balding rambles on the Isle of Dogs.
Glyndwr's Way with Ursula Martin
Clare Balding walks Glyndwr's Way with Ursula Martin, who's walked over 3,000 round Wales.
The Essex Way
Clare Balding meets four women about to embark on walking the Essex Way in three days.
Wayfarers Walk with Nigel Clifford
Clare Balding walks from Coombe Gibbet to Highclere with the CEO of OS, Nigel Clifford.
Severn Way with Lucy Newcombe
Clare Balding catches up with Lucy Newcombe as she walks around the coast of Britain.
The Cotswold Way
Clare Balding walks with Graham Hoyland and Gina Waggott along the Cotswold Way.
Northumberland: Bothy Bagging
Clare Balding meets Phoebe Smith, an expert in planning long walks and bagging bothies.
Passionate Walkers: David Nicholls
Clare Balding meets novelist David Nicholls to walk to The Devil's Punchbowl in Surrey.
The Pilgrims Way
Clare Balding takes this ancient way to discover the power and popularity of pilgrimage.
Clare Balding joins a family from Hebden Bridge for whom walking is a vital experience.
Ripon to Ripley
Clare Balding walks from Ripon to Ripley remembering the men of the Jarrow Crusade.
The South Downs Way
Clare Balding walks on the South Downs, remembering the poetry of Eleanor Farjeon.
Suffolk with Geoff Nicholson
Clare Balding joins writer Geoff Nicholson to talk about the history of walking.
The Doolough Famine Walk, County Mayo
Clare Balding discovers the Doolough Tragedy Famine Walk in County Mayo, Ireland.
Clare Balding explores a new pathway across one of Ireland's biggest bogs at Derrigimlagh.
Great Hucklow, Derbyshire
Clare Balding is in the Peaks to join a group who have been walking together for 25 years.
Clare Balding heads for the Clwyd hills in north Wales to discover Iron Age hillforts.
Hampshire Jane Austen
Clare Balding walks in the footsteps of Jane Austen, from Chawton to Farringdon near Alton
Isaac's Tea Trail, Allendale
Clare Balding follows the footsteps of a 19th-century itinerant tea seller.
Mount Edgcumbe, Plymouth
Clare Balding joins a group of refugees and students who enjoy walking together.
The Nidderdale Way: Pateley Bridge to Scar House Reservoir
Clare Balding sets out to walk the Nidderdale Way, a 53-mile route in North Yorkshire.
The Nidderdale Way: Scar House Reservoir to Ramsgill
Clare Balding embarks on the second leg of the Nidderdale Way, a 53-mile circular walk.
The Nidderdale Way: Gouthwaite to Bewerley
Clare Balding sets out on the third section of the Nidderdale Way, a 53-mile circular walk
The Nidderdale Way: Bewerley to Dacre Banks
Clare Balding continues her journey along the Nidderdale Way, a circular walk of 53 miles.
The Nidderdale Way: Birstwith to Thornton Moor
Clare Balding nears the end of her walk along the Nidderdale Way.
The Nidderdale Way: Brimham Rocks to Pateley Bridge
Clare Balding embarks on her last leg of the Nidderdale Way.
Listeners' Walks: Cornwall
Clare Balding walks from Constantine Bay around to Harlyn along the Cornish coast.
Listeners' Walks: Blaenau Ffestiniog
Clare Balding walks in north Wales in the company of three generations of the same family.
Overton Hill, The Ridgeway
Clare Balding joins Jo Fielder, who has MS and is planning to walk the Ridgeway in 7 days.
Listeners' Walks: Isle of Man, Glen Dhoo
Clare Balding gets her wish and samples the variety of walks on offer on the Isle of Man.
Listeners' Walks: Isle of Man, Kallow Point
Clare Balding continues her exploration of the Isle of Man walking along the coastal path.
Listeners' Walks: Stoke-on-Trent
Clare Balding joins five friends who are walking the Two Saints Way, Chester to Lichfield.
Stanton Moor and Robin Hood's Stride from Winster
Clare Balding walks from Winster in the Peak District with comedian Ed Byrne.
Greens Norton, Northamptonshire
Clare Balding joins Christina Edwards as she relives the night walks she took in her teens
Clare Balding walks with the staff, pupils and parents of Saltersgate School, Midlothian.
Crouch End to Bloomsbury, London
Clare Balding joins archaeologist Charlotte Frearson on her morning walk to work.
Black Men's Walking for Health Group
Clare Balding joins Maxwell Ayamba and the Black Men's Walking group he set up.
Clare Balding joins Gill Callow on one of her regular walks around York.
Clare Balding walks along the banks of the Severn with writer, Christopher Somerville.
Hembury Fort, Honiton
A chaotic and lively dog-walk in Devon kicks off the new series, with Clare Balding.
Clare Balding walks with former detainees of the Gatwick Immigration Removal Centres.
Clare Balding goes for a hike in Little Switzerland, aka Church Stretton, in Shropshire.
Up to the Dashwood Mausoleum
Clare Balding walks to the extraordinary Dashwood Mausoleum near High Wycombe.
Clare Balding walks with a group of retired medics in Laugharne, South West Wales.
Clare Balding goes on a musical walk with the composer Alexander Chapman Campbell.
Clare Balding walks in Herefordshire with Dr Kate Harding who has a moving story to tell.
The Hoo Peninsula, Kent
Clare Balding is walking in someone else's shoes for this edition of Ramblings.
Centurion Way, Chichester
This is the uplifting story of how walking helped a young man recover from a brain injury.
Wigtown, Dumfries and Galloway
Walking the Whithorn Way in south west Scotland
Dartmoor is the walking territory of writer Tom Cox, author of 21st Century Yokel
Clare Balding joins a group of recent graduates on the Speyside Way
Old Maps and New Routes - Oxfordshire
Clare Balding walks with a committed listener who creates her own walking routes.
Gentle Slopes not Rolling Hills - Suffolk
Clare Balding and her fellow walkers take in the delights of rural Suffolk
Matt Gaw, electric bikes and base jumping
Alison chats with Matt Gaw about his adventures in a homemade canoe.
Five weeks until Brexit
With five weeks until Brexit, Caz Graham asks what all the uncertainty means for UK farms.
Food and farming issues, focusing on business news, industry reports and new technology.
The Answer is Blowing in the Wind
Mark Carwardine and Douglas Adams go in search of weird, exotic endangered animals.
Fifteen Hundred Years Of Worship
Anne Marie meets Patricia Beattie who tells the story of Larne's oldest church.