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28/08/19: Opposition to shooting for sport, Bees in the heat, Food surplus for pigs
Caz Graham speaks to Nick Weston to hear the arguments against shooting for sport.
29/08/19 - Proroguing Parliament, Labour's Animal Welfare Manifesto, Game farming
What will proroguing Parliament mean for farming?
30/08/19 - Raptor persecution on grouse moors, Managing wild boar, and Project Pollinator
Britain's birds of prey are being shot, trapped and poisoned, according to the RSPB.
Farming Today This Week: Shooting for sport
Sybil Ruscoe is joined by Andrew Gilruth and Pat Thompson to discuss shooting for sport.
02/09/19 - Land ownership, Countryside mobility, Drought-resistant barley
Who owns Britain? We start a week-long look at land ownership.
03/09/19 Land ownership, Scottish forestry, invasive oysters
One of the country's biggest farming enterprises is sold.
04/09/19: Educating teachers on food and farming, Crop circles, County farm buy-out
Anna Hill asks Christine Watts why schools need help to teach their pupils about farming.
Charlotte Smith asks Ben Briggs what has happened to the Agriculture Bill.
Theresa Villiers, Young farmers, Scottish land ownership
Defra's Theresa Villiers admits there is a risk for UK farmers in a no-deal Brexit.
Farming Today This Week: Land ownership
Charlotte Smith visits Mark Tufnell on his Calmsden estate in Gloucestershire.
Badger cull, Women in agriculture, Angling
A badger cull will not now go ahead in Derbyshire while Defra looks into vaccination.
10/09/19 - Defra secretary under scrutiny, definition of veal and beef, anglers monitoring water quality
Defra secretary admits the Agriculture Bill will fail to get through Parliament.
11/09/19: Carbon net zero farming by 2040, Pearl mussels on the River Spey, Do fish feel pain?
Anna Hill asks Professor Elizabeth Robinson if farming can go carbon neutral by 2040.
12/09/19: Badger cull, Salmon fishing on the Tay, Smart farming
Caz Graham asks Neil Parish MP for his response to the details of this year's badger cull.
13/09/19: No-deal Brexit plans, Women in farming, French cattle, Fish
Caz Graham looks at Operation Yellowhammer's no-deal Brexit plans for food and farming.
Farming Today This Week: Angling
Sybil Ruscoe heads to Lenches Lakes in Evesham to try her hand at a spot of fly fishing.
16/09/19 GM crops, wild fires, rural homelessness
The future of GM crops, the ecological impact of peat fires and rural homelessness.
17/09/19 Soya animal feed, Liberal Democrats' rural policies, man-made wetland
Is feeding UK livestock soya, grown in Brazil, helping to damage the planet?
18/09/19: Anti GM, Disease-resistant potatoes, Kiwi berries
Anna Hill asks whether genetic modification and the organic label can ever co-exist.
19/09/19: Funding for the environment, GM high-iron wheat, Eating Blue Shark
Conservation organisations say £2.9bn will be needed for the environment post-Brexit.
20/09/2019 GM crops, Otters on the farm, Irish beef
The arguments for and against growing GM crops from an industry insider and a campaigner.
Farming Today This Week: GM
Charlotte Smith and guests discuss whether GM crops have a future in the UK.
23/09/2019 National Parks, Artificial reefs, Livestock marts
Will the money be available to fund radical plans for England's National Parks.
Cutting-edge dairy farming research in the South-West of Scotland.
Alan Stennett with farming community news, issues and prices.
Apples and Swshi
We're pressing apples in Pembrokeshire and Japanese cuisine handmade in Wales.
Pencampwriaeth Aredig Cymru
Llywodraeth Cymru yn annog busnesau i baratoi ar gyfer Brecsit.
All on the farm
This week's programme sees Matthew and Chris entirely on location at High Ash Farm.