Helen Mark asks why the largest battle fought on Scottish soil has been largely forgotten. Read more
The Battle of Pinkie Cleugh
Helen Mark asks why the largest battle fought on Scottish soil has been largely forgotten.
Climbing High Pike with Sir Chris Bonington
Mountaineer Chris Bonington takes Helen Mark to his favourite view in the Lake District.
Bell-ringing in Devon
Mary Ward-Lowery finds out why bell-ringing is different in Devon.
Serpentine on the Lizard, Cornwall
Helen Mark meets people whose livelihoods depend on the unique landscape of the Lizard.
As Brexit gathers pace, Helen Mark explores the landscape of the Irish border.
Visions of Birmingham
Adrian Goldberg meets fellow Brummies with a vision for Birmingham's future landscape.
Red Squirrels in Formby
Helen Mark is in Formby, a place that is regarded as a haven for the native red squirrel.
Rewilding at Knepp Castle
Helen Mark explores the wilderness at Knepp Castle and asks if it is really working.
Torridge and Taw, North Devon
Writer Linda Cracknell joins Helen Mark in North Devon to seek out her maritime roots.
Nan Shepherd's Cairngorms
Helen Mark visits the Cairngorms to find out why writer Nan Shepherd found a refuge here.
Football and fairies around Bradford
Helen Mark finds football and fairy stories in the landscape around Bradford.
Finding Fossils on the Jurassic Coast
Helen Mark discovers the story of man's earliest ancestor on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.
Wild Cats in the Highlands
David Lindo searches for the elusive Scottish wildcat and hears about efforts to save them
Vikings on the Isle of Lewis
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough explores the legacy of the vikings on the Isle of Lewis.
Konnie Huq goes back to Kew Gardens
Konnie Huq visits her favourite London parks - Kew Gardens and Northala Fields.
The Isle of Gigha
Ian Marchant visits the Isle of Gigha to discover if his island dream is a reality.
Isle of Wight: Plastic Free?
Ian Marchant visits the Isle of Wight in hope of a plastic-free future.
Helen Mark visits Coventry to discover its Edgelands, the places in between landscapes.
Young people and landscape, Doncaster
Dominique Moore finds out how young people are engaging with the landscape near Doncaster.
Inspired by flowers, Lincolnshire
Helen Mark meets people inspired by flowers in Lincolnshire.
Swansea Copper and Choir
Helen Mark visits Swansea to hear how heavy industry shaped its landscape and its culture.
Gertrude Jekyll at 175
Helen Mark celebrates the 175th anniversary of the birth of garden guru Gertrude Jekyll.
Humphry Repton and his Red Books
Helen Mark finds out about Humphry Repton the landscaper gardener and his red books.
Tynemouth Sea and Song
Folk singer Jez Lowe explores the maritime song and history of Tynemouth and North Shields
Caz Graham asks what impact the moorland fires near Saddleworth have had on the landscape.
The Great Exhibition of the North
Helen Mark explores landscapes of the future at the Great Exhibition of the North.
The Boat Builders of Pin Mill
Helen Mark sets sail from Pin Mill to discover the history of boat building in Suffolk.
The First Lundy Marathon
David Lindo visits Lundy in north Devon for the island's very first half marathon race.
Helen Mark discovers the fascinating world of the UK's largest ship's graveyard.
The Radnorshire Dragon
Ian Marchant hunts for dragons in the landscape of Radnorshire in Wales.
Helen Mark visits the outstanding historic landscape of the Gwent Levels.
Childhood Holidays in Pembrokeshire
Charlotte Smith revisits Pembrokeshire, where she spent many of her childhood holidays.
The Malvern Hills
Helen Mark explores the landscape of the Malvern Hills in the Midlands.
Liverpool's landscape is dwarfed by three beloved giants. Helen Mark gets up close.
The Windermere Boys
How 300 orphans of the holocaust began a new life in the Lake District.
Herodsfoot, Thankful Village
Helen Mark visits the 'thankful village' of Herodsfoot in Cornwall.
The Suffolk Maharajah
How did an Indian Maharajah end living and being buried in a quaint rural Suffolk village?
Ash to Ash
Ash trees are dying from ash dieback. Helen Mark hears how Kent is preserving their memory
Benjamin Britten's Aldeburgh
An exploration of how the sea and Suffolk coast inspired Benjamin Britten's music
Life on the canals at Foxton Locks
Life on the canals, from the lock keeper to those who live on the water at Foxton Locks.
Leicester’s hidden gem - Bradgate Park - bought for the locals, but where’s all the archive?
Bradgate park bought for the people of Leicester from the heirs of Lady Jane Grey.
Moorland on the mend
Caz Graham re-visits moors destroyed by fire this summer, to ask how they are recovering.
Reservoirs and lost villages
Helen Mark visits Derbyshire to hear about reservoirs and long-gone villages.
The Strawberry Line Community
Far from being abandoned, the Strawberry Line in Somerset has a new role in the community
A Year in Roald Dahl Country
Great Missenden is Roald Dahl country. Helen Mark discovers the writers love of nature.
The Changing Thetford Forest
Ian Marchant meets some of the unexpected animals in Thetford Forest in Norfolk.
Journey into Space, in Sutherland
Ian Marchant visits a boggy Highland wilderness that could be the UK's first spaceport.
The Pub at the End of Easdale
Helen Mark learns what it takes to run a pub on the tiny Scottish island of Easdale.
Helen Mark visits Somerset to find out about the ancient tradition of wassailing.
Surfing on Scotland’s North Coast
Thurso’s surfing community on why their reef break is one of Europe’s best waves.
Changing Tides at Morecambe Bay
Morecambe Bay is changing. Helen Mark hears how buildings and artworks will set the tone.
Jallianwala Grove: Remembering the 1919 massacre in Amritsar
The first memorial to the Jallianwala Bagh massacre has been created in Britain.
George Eliot Country
Helen Mark visits Nuneaton to follow in the footsteps of Victorian novelist George Eliot
Sussex Weald Ironworking
Ian Marchant discovers that Sussex was once the epicentre of the international arms trade.
Stonehenge and its community
The makers and trades people of Stonehenge, whose lives are shaped by their landscape.
How a converted cattle shed has become home to a major opera festival in the Cotswolds.
Exercise Shallow Grave
Mary-Ann Ochota joins former members of the armed forces as they unearth Saxon artefacts.
Ulva - An Island for the People
Helen Mark visits Ulva to hear about plans to repopulate and revitalise the island.
Family Monsters Garden in Swaffham and Chelsea
Helen Mark visits the Escape Project in Swaffham as they prepare for Chelsea Flower Show.
Laura Barton visits Rockfield Studios, used by Queen to record Bohemian Rhapsody.
Inspiration On The Island of Jura
The Isle of Jura has inspired many artists, including George Orwell. Helen Mark hears why.
Southwell's workhouse, minster and a 200-year-old apple tree.
The Isle of Eels
Helen Mark visits the Isle of Eels and joins their annual eel day parade
The Centre of the Earth
Helen Mark journeys to The Centre of the Earth, a hidden nature reserve in Birmingham.
Darwin’s Landscape Laboratory
How Charles Darwin used the plants in his garden to develop his theory of evolution.
Jarvis Cocker's Edale
Jarvis Cocker’s love affair with Edale and Kinder Scout.
14/10/19: New report on the badger cull, rural mobile signal
Charlotte Smith asks Professor Christl Donnelly about her new report into the badger cull.
Ymchwil newydd yn dangos bod difa moch daear wedi lleihau TB mewn gwartheg
An archive visit to the farm
A taste of autumn 2013, in a collection of recordings from the farm made that year.
Cynhadledd i ddathlu 100 mlynedd o fridio planhigion yn Aberystwyth
Sam Coe sits in
Sam Coe sits in for our show which explores life on the Norfolk coast.