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The Food Programme - Outdoor Cooking
Sheila Dillon looks at the ups and downs of Outdoor Cooking.
One to One - Isabel Hardman on nature and depression
Does being in nature aid our mental health? Isabel Hardman investigates.
Ramblings - George Monbiot in search of the wild
Clare Balding goes rambling with the writer and environmentalist, George Monbiot.
The Life Scientific - Sky at Night presenter Maggie Aderin-Pocock
Jim Al-Khalili speaks to space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock.
Open Country - Off Grid in Mid-Wales
Ian Marchant meets people who live off-grid in mid-Wales.
A Guide to Coastal Wildlife - Rock Pools
Brett Westwood joins naturalist Phil Gates to look the rock pool.
Soundstage - The Oak Woodland
Sound recordist Chris Watson captures the sounds of an oak woodland over four seasons.
Costing the Earth - Cycle City
Tom Heap asks if London's 'Crossrail for bikes' will really herald a cycling revolution.
Open Country - Surfing on Scotland’s North Coast
Thurso’s surfing community on why they have some of Europe’s best cold water waves.
Journey of a Lifetime - Karen Darke. From Source to Sea via Me
Paralympic Champion hand-cyclist Karen Darke heads for Australia's River Murray.
Nature - The Rainforest Canopy
Cameraman John Aitchison spends a month on a platform high up in a rainforest canopy.
The Flower Fields
Michael Bird investigates the beautiful tiny flower fields of west Cornwall.
Nature - Emma Turner; a life in the reeds
This programme tells the remarkable story of Emma Turner, a pioneer of bird photography.
The things you need to think of if you're planning to take a career break to travel or work abroad.
The Smart Consumer Podcast with Tara Holmes and Beatrice Pickup.
Motown, Castles and Opera
Nicola Meighan meets the cast of Motown the Musical and travel writer Dixe Wills.
Mark and Euan explore the sand dunes of West Sands in St Andrews, a field full of whooper swans and a community fridge
The sand dunes of West Sands, St Andrews, a field full of swans and a community fridge
The Sounds of Al-Andalus
An auditory journey across Spain, Portugal and Morocco
Albino squirrel, update on Cairngorm Mountain and Forest Floor.
With Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith.