Gordon joins a family on a tropical island to learn how to survive swimming with sharks.
Matt Baker looks at a food revolution in Todmorden and Tom Heap reports on Britain's bees.
A look at how food is harvested, from large-scale crops to smaller hand-picked harvests.
A year in the life of an extraordinary village, hidden away in the French countryside.
Margherita discovers how garlic was brought to the Isle of Wight.
Keeley Donovan enjoys a dive along a new 100-mile snorkelling trail in Scotland.
David Attenborough narrates the epic journey of a humpback whale and calf.
The people, places and stories making news in the British countryside.
Keeley Donovan finds out how the RNLI's latest campaign could save lives.
A look at a campaign to stop motorists overusing the Peak District villages' green lanes.
Margherita Taylor finds out why hayfever is on the rise.
John Craven enjoys the splendour of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.
Steve meets the dairy farmers who both produce and deliver their own milk.
The BBC Weather team on why city weather is so different from the coast or the countryside
Following the descent of the planet's mightiest rivers from their sources to the sea.
The team are at the Blenheim estate in Oxfordshire to celebrate the best of rural Britain.
Coast reveals surprising stories of invasions around the British Isles.
Nine months on and Charlie Hamilton James's grand scheme has hit rock bottom.
Four months on, Charlie Hamilton James's grand scheme has hit the buffers.
Charlie establishes camp and makes some unpleasant discoveries.
Anita Rani explores the Artisan Trail, while Sean Fletcher is looking at Dartmoor ponies.
Steve ventures deep within a tepui, inside a newly discovered cave.
Nick Crane explores the wealth of wildlife attracted to the Firth of Forth.
Biologist Patrick Aryee explores the secrets behind what makes small animals successful.
A couple try to get their insect-based food products to the mainstream food market.
Discover the secret lives of pumas and hummingbirds. Soar with condors over glacial peaks.
Ellie Harrison learns about a plant that is on the front line in the fight against cancer.
Frank Gardner and Benedict Allen journey through Papua New Guinea to see birds of paradise
Drought is beginning to make life difficult for both people and wildlife.
Looking at the spectacular game herds of East Africa's grasslands.
David Attenborough looks at some of the biggest predators on earth who prey on plants.
Examining the anatomy of an avalanche, including eyewitness footage from within one.
Coast ventures out to the astonishing man-made shoreline of the Netherlands.
Looking at the unique wildlife of East Africa's volcanic mountains.
Anita Rani is at London's Woodberry Wetlands, a haven for all sorts of wildlife.
For the bears, eagles, wolves and whales, the great summer feast reaches its climax.