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Farming for Wildlife
Martin Lines is proving influential in turning UK farming policy green.
Farming for Mental Health
Caz Graham visits a Cumbrian farm dedicated to improving mental health and well-being
Shumei Natural Agriculture
Verity Sharp visits a farm which follows the principles of a Japanese spiritual movement.
Lambing with Refugees
Caz Graham meets a group of refugees who are helping out at lambing time in Yorkshire.
New British Hops
Sarah Swadling meets the brewers showing faith in British hops.
Meet the New Zealand farmers who rescued their cattle from a 7.8 magnitude earthquake
The 2019 Future Food Award finalists
Meet the three finalists in the Future Food category of the BBC Food and Farming Awards
A Beautiful Fish
Meet the farmer who specialises in breeding 'beautiful' carp to stock angling lakes.
Hill farmer, mother to nine and best-selling author. Join Amanda Owen on her farm.
Great Yorkshire Cheese
Meet the farmers reviving a taste of old Wensleydale
A Vet's Life
Sid Parker is retiring after 37 years as a farm vet. Caz Graham goes out on his rounds.
Mission Impossible: High Country Farming
Iris Scott's New Zealand farm seemed isolated until Tom Cruise dropped in.
The Toughest Challenge
Sarah Swadling meets dairy farmer Becci Berry.
Can the decline in curlew numbers be reversed? One shooting estate has some clever ideas.
John Connell talks about his powerful memoir of life on an Irish farm
Follow the Bees
Join Scotland's bee convoy as hundreds of hives are moved to Royal Deeside.
The Baking Farmer
JB Gill joins a farmer in Essex who mills his own wheat to bake bread.
Whiskey: From Field to Glass
Northern Ireland's first new distillery for 125 years uses grain from the owner's farm.
Cutting-edge dairy farming research in the South-West of Scotland.
Blessing the Cattle
For centuries the cattle of the west of Ireland have been led for the winter to the Burren
Farming for Beetles
Farmer Sally-Ann Spence has restored chalk grasslands to create a haven for dung beetles.
Caz Graham meets farmer and award-winning photographer Amy Bateman.
Mushroom Soup for the Soul
Verity Sharp goes mushroom collecting with Long Litt Woon
How much does the carbon footprint of a Cumbrian family farm contribute to climate change?
What is it like to run the most southerly farm in mainland Britain?
Farming for Laughs
Meet farmer and comedy writer Jim Smith
Verity Sharp meets a young couple farming on Dartmoor
The Floating Farm
35 cows floating in Rotterdam Harbour. Is this the future of farming?
Can English farmers replicate the legendary Icelandic yoghurt?
New Generation Mixed Farming
Can you really make money from a small Lake District farm? Caz Graham meets two innovators
Caz Graham meets the Erringtons, Scotland's first family of cheese
Black Grouse and Blackface Sheep
Sea aagles and black grouse share a farm with Angus MacFadyen and his blackface sheep.
Anna Hill meets the farmers, scientists and volunteers bringing Norfolk ponds back to life
High Fashion Lambs
Verity Sharp joins a fashion conscious farmer for lambing time
Sarah Swadling meets a young Devon couple dairy farming like their grandparents did.
A Spring Like No Other
Caz Graham catches up with the men and women producing our food in tough times.
Bard of the Beef
We meet an Irish writer and farmer struggling with lockdown.
Wade Dooley Does Things Differently
Iowa, USA, is a land of industrial-scale agriculture but Wade Dooley prefers the old ways.
Verity Sharp meets young farmers and hears their hopes and visions for their futures
Creative in a Crisis
Caz Graham checks in on some our most interesting farmers as they deal with lockdown.
Life After Lockdown
Ruth Sanderson talks to farmers preparing their businesses for the future.
Caz Graham gets the summer started with a visit to a strawberry farm.
5000 Acres of Organic Farming
Verity Sharp meets a young farmer now at the helm of one of the UK’s oldest organic farms.
Anna Jones joins the muster on a cattle station in the Australian outback.
How Australian winemakers have adapted to destructive bush fires.
Secrets Beneath the Soil
How can the history of a field affect the crops that grow in it today?
In Search of the Perfect Cheese
Caz Graham meets a cheesemaker fascinated by the science of turning milk into great cheese
The Good Life
What started as a self-sufficient dream life turned into a thriving organic veg business.
Dartmoor Tea Harvest
How a late-night internet purchase led to the creation of Devon’s first tea estate.
Rise and Root: The Diverse Farm
Black, gay, female and farming - celebrating diverse food grown by diverse people.
The Howe o'the Mearns harvest is in full swing. Nancy Nicolson is out in the combine.
Salt Path Farm
Verity Sharp visits farmer and author of The Salt Path Raynor Winn in Cornwall.
Ebony Horse Club
JB Gill visits the Ebony Horse Club in Brixton.
Anna Jones visits a farm in Hampshire where mint is proving a successful crop.
Solway Marsh Cattle
Caz Graham finds out about ancient grazing traditions on the northern coast of Cumbria.
Anna Jones visits Cornwall to find out how to harvest saffron.
Holding the Fort
Nancy Nicolson meets the vice-president of NFU Scotland and his daughters in Perthshire.
Former Rugby Union player Doddie Weir talks to Dave Howard about his life as a farmer.
Saving Devon’s Forgotten Orchards
Rachel Lovell meets a young couple on a mission to save traditional English orchards.
New Era for Farming
Caz Graham asks what the new post-EU era will mean for British farmers.
Four and a half acres and growing
Charlotte Smith meets Sinead Fenton and Adam Smith, a couple with growing ambition.
Finding Opportunities in Lockdown
Caz Graham catches up with some of the farmers finding new ways of working in lockdown.
Peter Hadfield finds out how farmers in Australia are coping with extremes of weather.
Charlotte Smith finds out about the history of Wye College in Kent, which closed in 2009.
Farming for Nature - The Long Game
Caz Graham finds out about projects aiming to manage the land in harmony with nature.
British Flowers for 2021
Verity Sharp is out looking for signs of spring with flower farmer Georgie Newbery.
Foot and Mouth - 20 years on
Anna Hill looks back at the impact of the Foot and Mouth outbreak, 20 years ago this week.