Lionel Kelleway is in Scotland looking at the diminutive wren. Recorded in 1999.
Fieldfares in a Winter Orchard
Lionel Kelleway is in Worcestershire on the look out for fieldfares. Recorded in 2007.
Freshwater Pearl Mussels
Lionel Kelleway looks for freshwater pearl mussels. Recorded in 2006.
Toads (The Toad)
Lionel Kelleway is in Surrey on the lookout for spring toads. Recorded in 2000.
Brett Westwood travels to Suffolk to hear a booming bittern. Recorded in 2004.
Jessica Holm searches for otters along the Tarka Trail in Devon. Recorded in 1993.
Nest Finder of Dartmoor
Lionel Kelleway and Mark Lawrence hunt for birds' nests hidden on Dartmoor. From 2010.
Adders of Loch Lomond
Trai Anfield encounters adders basking on the edges of Loch Lomond.
The Night Island
Chris Sperring heads to Skomer Island with ecologist David Boyle. From 2012.
A Shell Nesting Bee
Trai Anfield is in Dorset with naturalist John Walters. From 2014.
Chris Sperring is in Buckinghamshire with Robin Scagell on a glow worm safari. From 2013.
Paul Evans joins Gareth Griffiths and Bruce Langridge in Wales, looking for waxcap fungi.
Michael Scott visits Hamsterley Forest with David Bellamy and Brian Walker. From 1991.
The Late Arrivals
Lionel Kelleway witnesses butterfly migration at Lulworth Cove in Dorset. From 2008.
Peter France is on the South Downs with ecologist David Streeter. From 1988.
Lionel Kelleway is in Dorset with Dr Anita Diaz, for the sika deer rut. From 2009.
Chris Sperring visits a meadow visited by 2,000 black-tailed godwits in winter. From 2013.
Joanna Pinnock is in Shropshire looking at ancient holly in this episode from 2011.
Ponds in Winter
Miranda Krestovnikoff and Jeremy Biggs explore the ponds of the New Forest. From 2012.
Sarah Pitt heads into a wintry Peak District in search of mountain hares. From 2005.
Brett Westwood travels to Somerset to explore the world of snowdrops. From 2004.
A Starling Eruption
Brett Westwood relives programmes from the Living World archives, this episode from 2014.
Peter France is in Essex with Graeme Underwood and Chris Tyas. From 2005.
The Celtic Rainforest
Paul Evans joins Ray Woods in Snowdonia in a remarkable and rare forest. From 2011.
The Machair of the Western Isles
Brett Westwood explores the magic of the machair in South Harris. From 2004.
Catch the Pigeon
Lionel Kelleway discovering the biology behind pigeon migration. From 2008.
Lionel Kelleway explores a remarkable nature reserve close to Warrington. From 2000.
Lionel Kelleway heads to Scotland to revel in blackbird song and its meanings. From 2002.
An English Churchyard
Derek Jones explores a Sussex churchyard for signs of wildlife. From 1988.
Brett Westwood joins lolo Williams to explore hen harrier ecology. From 2001.
The World's Largest Slug
Lionel Kelleway is in Dartmoor looking for the ash-black slug with John Walters. From 2008
My Living World
Hannah Stitfall and guest discuss a selection from the Living World archive
The UK's rarest frog
Hannah Stitfall and a guest discuss her pick from the Living World archive
Professor Alice Roberts, Pride Glasgow, and the Stirling Highland Games
Nicola Meighan chats with Professor Alice Roberts about her upcoming tour.
Farming Today This Week: Harvest 2019
Sybil Ruscoe visits a farm in Herefordshire where they harvest for nine months a year.
Elaine Mitchell takes a weekly look at farming, food and countryside issues.
New Man At The Woodland Trust
Ian McCurley is the new director of Woodland Trust NI . Anne Marie met him at Ness Wood.
Can the decline in curlew numbers be reversed? One shooting estate has some clever ideas.