Rebecca Henchke investigates the impact of the palm oil industry on Sumatra's Orang Rimba.
The team explore stories on both sides of the English Channel.
New worlds and animal behaviours are uncovered on a journey from the equator to the poles.
Chris Packham finds a four-foot worm in a fish tank and a tick turning America vegetarian.
A groundbreaking journey to the deepest parts of the oceans.
Ellie Harrison meets Skomer's new arrivals - seal pups!
Keeley Donovan is in Cumbria visting a community previously torn apart by floods.
Steve Brown is in Norfolk to see one the greatest spectacles in the UK birding calendar.
Margherita Taylor finds out about an invasive species of ladybird arriving in the UK.
Margherita Taylor investigates an alarming and growing trend on rural roads.
John Craven enjoys the natural splendour of Cumbria's Lake District.
The team as they lead the way on rambles of their own in aid of Children in Need.
Dougie Vipond celebrates the 200th anniversary of the publication of Rob Roy.
Dougie and Arlene continue their journey along the scenic South West 300 driving route.
John and Margherita are in Cornwall, where John attends a food festival with a difference.
Euan meets the people who want to take over Cairngorm Mountain.
A striking and poignant portrayal of time passing in a beautiful Sussex walled garden.
Ellie visits Wakehurst Place to learn about the clear-up after the Great Storm of 1987.
Neil Oliver searches for sea eagles, recently reintroduced to the island of Canna.
Nick Crane visits Cornwall for an artistic exploration of Britain's coast.
Scientists attempt to achieve a world first, finding the impossible - a giant squid.
Chris Packham goes in search of dragonflies and damselflies.
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