Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury presents reports on the latest rural developments.
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  • Leicestershire

    A visit to Leicestershire, where Ellie Harrison reports on the drastic decline in farmland birds, revealing how farmers are trying to encourage them back onto their land. Matt Baker is over the border in Rutland, finding out how the number of wetland birds is also falling. He joins volunteers helping restore the habitat of one rare species, the bittern. Cameraman Richard Taylor-Jones joins Adam Henson on his farm to see if they can catch a glimpse of rare corn buntings, once common in the Cotswolds, and on a different subject, Tom Heap investigates whether wind turbines make economical sense

  • West Yorkshire

    A visit to West Yorkshire, where Ellie Harrison is on the moors following the Stanza Stones trail, a series of rocks with verses by poet Simon Armitage carved upon them. Matt Baker visits a volunteer-run farm and Joe Crowley tells the story of the Cragg Vale Coiners, an 18th-century outlaw band responsible for one of the biggest counterfeiting crimes in history. Adam Henson meets a farmer using French percheron heavy horses to work the land and Tom Heap is at Pirbright laboratory, which will soon become the first line of defence against a host of diseases affecting farm animals - and even humans

  • Burns Highlands

    The team are in the Highlands of Scotlands, where they follow in the footsteps of Robert Burns. John Craven is at the Falls of Foyers on the banks of Loch Ness, finding out about the poet's Highland tour and how the area is such a stronghold for the elusive red squirrel. He also visits Killiecrankie, where he meets a fiddle player inspired by a contemporary of Burns. Ellie Harrison speaks to photographers and poets who take inspiration from the landscape, and heads into the Cairngorms, where she learns to drive a pony and carriage. Tom Heap investigates the problem of food poisoning from chickens

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