Folk singer Julie Fowlis conjures kelpies, selkies and waterfall banshees from Gaelic song
From the Source
T9: Love Letter to the Forest...
A love letter to the forests of the world. Written by David Haskell, read by Pearl Mackie
1 - Meet The Pietersens
KP returns to his African roots at his superstar crib - and to a haunting text message.
Letitia talks take-aways, fast fashion and trying to live a plastic free life.
Me & My Eco Anxiety
In this podcast, we’re talking about eco anxiety.
How can we make fashion sustainable?
Emma Barnett talks to Giorgina Waltier, H&M UK's sustainability manager.
The Youth Are Revolting
Young people are taking on climate change. Tom Heap asks if they can change the future now
Ep1: Island Life
Emily Knight & Becky Ripley drop anchor in Scotland’s puffin paradise.
S4: Woodland Walk
A soundscape for Episode 4. A British woodland thick with birdsong.
Birds of Paradise
Sir David talks about Birds of Paradise which evolved in the relative safety of New Guinea
Mending Our Disposable Culture
Why volunteers are fixing other people’s stuff free of charge
Are women or men worse for the environment?
Why does gender matter when it comes to looking after our environment and global warming?
Can We Eat Our Way Out Of Climate Change?
Changing what we eat could be one of the fastest ways to slow down climate change
Living with Nature
The Sounds of the Maasai Mara
A sonic journey through the plains of the Maasai Mara in Africa
Is Recycling All Our Waste at Home Possible?
Could we recycle all of our unwanted household materials ourselves?
Lindsey Chapman's Living World From the Archives - The World's Largest Slug
Lionel Kelleway is in Devon looking for the ash-black slug with John Walters. From 2008
S3: Whale Songs
A soundscape for Episode 3. A full playout of the whale song that sent Pan to sleep.
Is Soil The Secret to Slowing Climate Change?
CrowdScience goes digging to find out how soil could help keep CO2 out of the air
The beguiling and mysterious otter leads Brett Westwood on a merry spraint hunt.
A Warm Winter
From credit cards to climate change, we turn a blind eye. Isabel Hardman asks why.
I'm Not Having Kids to Save the Planet
What is #BirthStrike?
T4: Why do trees live so long?
A talk for Episode 4, when Pan sees her first ever tree. James Aldred on ancient trees.
The History of Wastefulness
The History of Wastefulness: The Tipping Point
Could the future be rubbish-free?
March of the Wet Wipes
Our sewerage system is grinding to a halt. The culprits are wet wipes.
The Activist and the Scientist
Nathaniel Rich's account of how climate change could have been halted thirty years ago.
S1: Rainforest Symphony
A soundscape to go with Episode 1. The Sumatran rainforest recording that Pan finds.
The Secret Life of Birds
Brian Cox and Robin Ince explore the secret life of birds.