We talk to the people on the inside of one of the biggest education scandals of recent years – the failure of a Yorkshire academies trust.
We visit the food bank set up as a “temporary measure” celebrating 30 years of helping people. Show more
Abi Jaiyeola investigates the company charging thousands for training courses in how to buy property but which leaves many of its customers with nothing but debt. Show more
Series celebrating the British winter. In the New Forest, Paul Martin gets a bird's-eye view from the top of a beech to do a health check on the trees.
Series celebrating the British winter. Jules meets his sailing hero Ben Ainslie to learn about his efforts in clearing the oceans of plastic.
Series celebrating the British winter. Jules Hudson continues to unveil the winter beauty of Anglesey while Keeley Donovan investigates how trains take the strain in the winter. Show more
Series celebrating the British winter. Margherita Taylor meets the duo who are raising and nurturing disease-free cocoa plants. Show more
Paul Rose gets unprecedented access to the network of tunnels under Spurn Point on the tip of the east Yorkshire coast which were used by soldiers in World War I and II. Show more
Keeley Donovan meets the elderly Italians who came to Yorkshire to work in the 1960s and who now have an uncertain future under proposed new immigration rules. Show more
Investigating the deaths of two jockeys in an arson attack. Plus, what it is like to be a lifeguard in Bridlington, and footage of WWII Free French bomber squadron missions. Show more
In a programme commemorating the end of World War I, the story of the trawler captain who refused to rescue German soldiers whose zeppelin had crashed in the North Sea. Show more
Radio presenter Kat Harbourne faces the agonising decision of whether to get tested for the hereditary disease which killed her mother. Show more
The Countryfile team take a look at the best summer stories. Margherita Taylor is on the banks of the River Thames to find out which creatures are making their homes in the water.
Jules Hudson is in the Lake District to discover how recycled nappies and other soft plastics could be the answer to fixing the growing number of potholes in the road network.
On the Sussex Downs, Jules Hudson finds out how light pollution is wrecking prospects of romance for glow-worms and goes on a night-time safari to try to spot one glowing.
Keeley Donovan meets peregrine falcon chicks born in the most unlikely place and Johnny I'anson look at efforts to produce energy from food waste.
The team take a look at interesting autumn stories. John Craven and the team discover how nature helps to crack crime, and pick up useful tips on battling fleas. Show more
The team take a look at interesting autumn stories. John Craven celebrates autumn in the Peak District, and the team reports on the wonderful world of trees. Show more
The team take a look at interesting autumn stories. They report on rural crime, how scampi could combat plastic pollution, and a farm that cares for the animals no-one else wants. Show more