Paul Martin carries out a health check on the trees in the New Forest.
Jules Hudson is on the island of Anglesey, celebrating its winter landscape and wildlife.
Steve Brown mushes with a pack of huskies in the Highlands.
Hugh watches huge winter flocks of starlings swirling in the sky as they come in to roost.
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan works with scientists to put cameras on animals.
The team come together to wrap up the series with live action and reports from our cameras
Nick Crane tells the astonishing tale of the Great Storm of 1703.
What has been going on in the bat roost since we left it in Autumnwatch?
Dick Strawbridge explores a forgotten project involving building airships.
Martin Hughes-Games is exploring a hidden aspect of the Gloucestershire countryside.
Neil Oliver visits the hidden remains of a fortress built by Henry VIII on Cap Gris-Nez.
Gillian Burke is on Islay, tracking down some otters who live around a whisky distillery.
A look at big-game hunting, breeding and wildlife conservation in the US and Africa.
Matt Baker discovers how curling training fits around farming at a sheep a farm in Crieff.
Chris Packham searches for a tribal girl he met in 1998 whose jungle home is under threat.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall discovers how beavers are changing the landscape.
A new age of discovery is revolutionising the ways in which cats are viewed and studied.
Tom Heap looks at the problems faced by rural fire services.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall explores the ancient woods and valleys of Dartmoor.
Discover how cats have conquered the world, living surprising lives in unusual places.
Matt Baker seeks out the common crane in the Somerset Levels, where it now thrives.
Tom Heap looks at the contentious new Home Office rules on gun licensing.
Kate Humble gets to grips with the science behind winter at Yellowstone.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall explores the Jurassic Coast and looks at the cuttlefish.
Meet the world's ultimate cats, remarkable members of an incredible animal family.
In Carmarthenshire, Kate herds and milks goats, and tries her hand at trotting.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall learns about the dipper, the UK's only aquatic songbird.
Three tiny orphaned jaguar cubs are trained to be wild again.
Kate Humble herds sheep for market in Ponterwyd.
Kate Humble travels from southern Snowdonia to one of the least-populated areas in the UK.
Kate Humble travels from the most northerly farm in mainland Wales to Nantmor in Snowdonia
This extended special journeys to new worlds and reveals new animal behaviours.
Sue Perkins meets laboratory chimps starting a life of retirement in Louisiana.
In New Zealand, Adam Henson meets some old friends and helps with a cattle muster.
Frank Gardner and Benedict Allen journey through Papua New Guinea to see birds of paradise
David Attenborough meets the people fighting to protect the native animals of Puerto Rico.