Series that gets to the heart of country life. Caz Graham looks at how the monks of Ampleforth Abbey are adapting to 21st-century farming. Show more
Clare sets out from the Bridge of Orchy on the West Highland Way with folk singer Jimmie MacGregor. The route passes through stunning scenery, rich in history and wildlife.
Pine woodland once covered vast areas of Scotland but is now reduced to isolated pockets. Plans are afoot to expand these, creating a habitat for the endangered capercaillie.
The Answer's in the Soil: Paul Evans delves into the fascinating world of the soil and discovers its importance to the quality of our future environment. Show more
Clare is in North Devon with Satish Kumar, who recalls his 8000-mile walk from India to America in the 60s to protest about nuclear arms. Show more
Tom Heap explores the impact of professional football on the environment. With travel and litter as well as lighting and water demands, just one match can have a huge impact. Show more
The rise of English wine. Charlotte Smith visits Chapel Down vineyard in Kent as they start this year's grape harvest. Show more
Chris Packham relives programmes from the Living World archives. In this programme recorded in 2000, Lionel Kelleway joins Chris Perrins in Oxford in search of 'devil-birds'. Show more
Clare Balding revisits the English Civil War by walking round Edge Hill in the company of a group of fathers who have been walking together for 20 years. Show more
Professor Fiona Stafford explores the workhorse of the forest, the pine tree, which has been a British native for over 4000 years. Show more