Ruth Goodman and Peter Ginn return to Manor Farm to recreate the Christmas 1944.
How rich, land-hungry nations are leasing Mali's land to create agri-business farms.
How the earliest humans spread around the world, adapting and surviving against the odds.
John Craven and Ellie Harrison explore the wild, natural beauty of the Antrim coast.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison enjoy the contrasting landscapes of the Derwent Valley.
Ruth Goodman and food historian Ivan Day try their hand at making a Christmas pudding.
In Shropshire there's harvesting to be done before Christmas, and mince pies to be made.
How an affliction is wiping out bees worldwide, which may affect global food production.