There's mayhem in the aviary when the spoonbills go to war.
A dangerous animal is on the loose, and emergency measures are tested to their limits.
Jonathan Scott looks at why living in prides could be the downfall of the lion.
Lions are the only wild cats to live in family groups. Jonathan Scott investigates why.
Lion cubs Malaika and Jasira meet their father for the first time.
Keepers perform an emergency caesarean on Imogen the giraffe.
Meet Longleat's latest arrivals - three wild warthogs named after historical figures.
The keepers have arranged a special feast in the honour of the African vultures.
The story of a lion family's struggle to survive until the return of the great migration.
Babies are imminent on Meerkat Mountain.
Ted Danson joins Matt and Alex, and Larry Lamb discovers Lion tamers in his family.
In Kenya, Richard updates on Moja the lion cub and the baby elephants.
Kabir, one of Longleat's oldest and most magnificent lions, faces a family feud.
Malaika has been kicked out of the lions' den as her mum has a new litter to care for.
The keepers arrange a special feast in honour of the new white-backed African vultures.
It's breeding time at the aviary, but not all the birds know how to build nests.
A tiny tapir tot takes his first tentative steps.
The bat cave needs a makeover, but first Darren and his troops must round up the bats.
Alice Roberts charts how our ancestors' hunt for food has shaped our bodies and behaviour.
Steve Backshall is in South Africa where he braves an encounter with a pack of sharks.
While Ben gives tigers Sonar and Kaddu their tea, the lion cubs face a challenge.
Safari Park keepers are on a dangerous mission in Kenya with anti-poachers.
How mammals dominate the planet through having warm blood and by caring for their young.
Looking back at the times when Ben Fogle and Kate Humble were terrified by the animals.
What will African conservation legend Tony Fitzjohn make of Longleat's pride?
The safari park vet has come to perform an essential procedure on two female lions.
Anniversary programme celebrating Longleat's 40th birthday. Lord Bath shares his memories.