A profile of British trees, presented by Thomas Pakenham. The pride of Rowallane Garden outside Belfast is the Davidia Involucrata, or the Handkerchief tree. Show more
Significant British trees. This programme looks at a golden weeping willow that may have inspired Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows. Show more
The series looking at significant British trees visits the 2,000-year-old yew tree in a Hereford churchyard which may have been the site of pagan worship.
Thomas Pakenham sets out to find the yew tree described in Wordsworth's famous poem, The Pride of Lorton Vale. Show more
Series looking at some of the most unusual trees in Britain. Investigating the ginkgo at Kew Gardens, one of the oldest of all tree species. Show more
Series looking at some of the oldest and most unusual trees in Britain. This programme investigates a sweet chestnut tree in Gloucestershire. Show more