A week-long adventure around the UK's wilderness begins with a look at rivers.
Highlights from the first day of the 2017 Royal Welsh Show.
Bears, eagles and orcas are gathering for the Alaskan summer feast.
Adam meets Simon Stott who runs a co-operative of farmers producing sheep's milk.
Paul Rose explores the Yorkshire Wolds Way, perhaps Britain's least known walking trail.
Chris Packham looks at the annual miracle of the temperate forest.
The amazing web of life centred on the Brazil nut tree is revealed.
Tom Heap looks at the unseen side of TB and its effect on goats.
Chris Packham explores how wildlife thrives in suburban gardens over the four seasons.
Anita Rani's in the Nene Valley, where a pioneering project is just about to launch.
Ellie ventures out after sunset to search for bats.
Documentary revealing the social, intelligent side of the killer whale.
Looking at harbours, which were once Britain's gateways to global adventure.
In Africa's savannah, a baby elephant shrew fights for life.
Portrait of the Wye Valley through the eyes of those who earn a living from the land.
A look at three key numbers that clarify the important questions on climate change.
Sean Fletcher is in Carmarthenshire in west Wales taking a look at working animals.
The remarkable story of 43-year-old Sudan, the last male northern white rhino in the world
Charlie Hamilton James reveals the survival secrets of otters.
Ellie Harrison and Sean Fletcher are at one of the UK's biggest arts festivals.
Comedian and entertainer Julian Clary welcomes Hideshare into his garden.
Featuring a village awash with billions of tiny crabs, and residents facing a mob of elk.
Martin Hughes-Games is finishing his tour of the UK from a remote island.
Poet Pam Ayres shares her wildlife garden and her passion for hedgehogs.
Martin Hughes-Games goes to meet one of our most rarely-seen owls.
Cole is on the sofa to share her passion for the great outdoors with Chris Packham.
Gillian Burke and Michaela Strachan are live from a special part of the British Isles.
Chris Packham is joined by correspondent Frank Gardner and Dragons' Den's Deborah Meaden.
Including the first film in a series of four about Somerset's little egret colonies.
Author Michael Morpurgo joins Chris Packham for a Warhorse-themed hide.
A compilation of the wildlife documentary series presented by David Attenborough.
Joe Crowley joins an RSPB team tagging swifts to find out where they are feeding.
Monty sets out to raise enough money to pay for a big print run of the trail guides.
A journey around the coast of the United Kingdom.
Martin Hughes-Games and Iolo Williams go head to head to find the ultimate hunter.
Olympic champion rower Helen Glover is on the sofa chatting about wildlife in the water.