The arguments for and against growing GM crops from an industry insider and a campaigner. Read more
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.
24/09/19 Labour Party Conference, Pond Restoration, Melton Market
Can the Labour party promise farmers it will back them through Brexit?
25/09/19 Agriculture Bill back on track, livestock market closures, Yeo Valley at 25
After the Supreme Court ruling on prorogation - is the Agriculture Bill back on track?
26/09/19 Deer control; fish stocks; livestock agent; planting trees
Deer management programme ending; fish stocks on the move; livestock agent; afforestation.
27/09/19 Land matching; shooting licences; market chaplaincy
New farmers helped to find land; shooting licence changes; support for farmers at market.
Farming Today This Week: Livestock markets
Anna Jones finds out how Frome market is offering emotional support to farmers.
30/09/19 Tory Conference; environmental land management; Brexit
Environment Minister says Agriculture Bill lives on; farm wildlife; Brexit countdown.
01/10/19: Scottish fishing after Brexit, Young farmer in Shropshire, Farming and mental health
Kevin Keane reports from Peterhead Fish Market to see if the industry is ready for Brexit.
Sheep farmer Campbell Tweed and Anna Hill talk trade in Northern Ireland post-Brexit.
03/10/19: Northern Ireland trade post-Brexit, Seasonal workers, Flooded farms
Charlotte Smith and trade expert Dmitry Grozoubinski discuss Boris Johnson's Brexit plan.
04/10/2019: Northern Irish and Welsh farmers on Brexit, State of Nature report, Green Party conference
Northern Irish farmers react to the latest Brexit deal proposals on the border in Ireland.
Four Weeks Until Brexit
Charlotte Smith is joined by an export panel to discuss where we are with four weeks to go
7/10/19: UK Wine, Dartmoor Ponies, Farming Protestors
A new variety of grape is set to transform the UK wine industry according to scientists.
08/10/19 Modern slavery, oil seed rape feed, grape wine harvest
A new report says farming companies' modern slavery statements are not up to scratch.
09/10/19 Payment by results for farmers, badger behaviour in cull areas, fortified wine
We hear why paying for results is getting farmers on board with wildlife.
10/10/19: Inshore fisheries and Brexit, Tony Juniper interview part 1, English wine
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
11/10/19: Tony Juniper on the badger cull, New Scientist Live and farming, Elderflower wine
Charlotte Smith asks chair of Natural England Tony Juniper about the badger cull.
12/10/19 Farming Today This Week: Wine
Charlotte Smith visits an East Sussex vineyard for a rather wet grape harvest.
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.
15/10/19: Queen's speech, No-deal Brexit and tariffs, Rural services overview
Anna Hill and Heather Simons reflect on the newly-introduced Environment Bill.
16/10/19 World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit and rural banks
Charlotte Smith visits the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in London.
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.
How close is Britain to achieving a reliable, zero carbon power supply?
Galw am gyfarfod arbennig i ddelio a phroblemau Cymdeithas y Limousin a gweinyddwyr wedi eu penodi i ofalu am Tomlinson
Cyfarfod arbennig i ddelio a phroblemau Cymdeithas y Limousin