Charlotte Smith asks why one third of farmers aren't taking environmental action.
24/06/19: Farmer survey on the environment, Water-saving pig troughs, Farmland birds
25/06/19: Controlling Mountain Hares in Scotland, Fenland farm report, Curlews
A new bill is introduced in Scotland which aims to ban the control of mountain hares.
Farmers join climate change march, Rooftop sheep, Wader scrapes on farmland
Farmers join a climate change march, calling for more regulation on agriculture.
27/06/19: UK National Food Strategy, Northumberland farmland bird survey, No-till conference
Sybil Ruscoe asks Henry Dimbleby what he hopes to achieve with a national food strategy,
28/06/19: Tax breaks for farmers, farmland bird surveys, livestock market closure, micro-greens.
A new report finds British farmers get £2.4 billion of tax breaks.
Farming Today This Week
Sybil Ruscoe finds out how a farm is improving habitats for birds like Swallows and Swifts
01/07/19: Fly-tipping, Lincolnshire flooding, soft fruit
We hear from a farmer whose crops have been ruined by fly-tippers
Jeremy Hunt pledges £6bn to farming and fishing in a 'no deal' Brexit
Hunt's pledge to farmers prompts questions. Is it even legal?
Cod stocks in decline, Gove on shooting licenses, Gooseberries
Why have cod stocks in the North Sea fallen?
04/07/19: Pilot visa scheme for seasonal workers, retractable roof in soft-fruit production, rural GPs
Caz Graham asks if a two-year pilot visa scheme is producing enough seasonal workers.
New fertilizer cuts CO2; fruit-picking robots, wild flower meadows; eels.
Turning CO2 and waste into fertiliser pellets can reduce farming's carbon footprint.
Farming Today This Week: Soft Fruits
Charlotte Smith samples prize-winning fruit at the National Cherry and Soft Fruit Show.
Ringing birds; access to the countryside; sustainable farming conference
What should farmers do to achieve zero carbon emissions? Conference looks for answers.
UN report on global food production, New Welsh farm subsidy scheme, Saving lost footpaths
A UN report on global food production predicts lower prices for farm commodities.
10/07/19: Testing British Pork, Wildflower seeds, Litter at Loch Lomond
An isotape test will check whether pork labelled as British in butchers is British.
11/07/19: Criminal gangs killing sheep, Disabled access to the countryside
There's been a rise in the number of sheep killed and butchered by criminals gangs.
12/07/19: Beef prices, LEAF schools, Project to increase access of BAME to the countryside
Beef prices have fallen significantly on last year which is putting pressure on producers.
Farming Today This Week: Access to the Countryside
Charlotte Smith finds out about the issues surrounding public access to the countryside.
15/07/19: The future of Natural England, Cereals overview, Sugar Snap Peas for kids
Shaun Spiers from The Green Alliance says more funding is required for Natural England.
RSA's Food, Farming and Countryside Commission report, the cost of food without pesticides, 100 years of wheat
Should all UK farming be putting the environment before food production?
17/07/19: Rural domestic abuse, bee disease, insurance for crops, adders
Rural domestic abuse - is it the hidden curse of the countryside?
18/07/19 New TB test, birds of prey, no-till cereals
New skin test brings TB vaccine a step closer, raptor deaths in Scotland, and cereals.
19.07.19 TB and its impact; pheasant shooting challenge; cereals
Scheme to make TB cull less harrowing; mass pheasant release challenged; ancient cereals.
Farming Today This Week: Cereals
Charlotte Smith discovers how a statistician influenced our understanding of cereals.
Elaine Mitchell takes a weekly look at farming, food and countryside issues.
Memories of Derry writer Joyce Cary
The grandson of Joyce Cary revisits his grandfather's summer home by the Lough Foyle.
Great Yorkshire Cheese
Meet the farmers reviving a taste of old Wensleydale
Alan Stennett with farming community news, issues and prices.
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Show
We're live at the Showground in Llanelwedd.