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  • Cornwall

    Matt Baker joins foragers scouring the coast of Cornwall for free food, trying his hand at freediving to get hold of spider crab. Anita Rani joins the team, helping to blast 26,000 tons of rock in a Cornish china clay quarry said to be the biggest in the world, and Helen Skelton sees a tribute to the Heligan gardeners who fought in France during the First World War. Tom Heap investigates Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg's plans to bring back garden cities, asking whether it could have a detrimental effect on the countryside, and Adam Henson is excited to receive the keys to a new combine harvester

  • John Craven's 25th Anniversary

    John Craven celebrates 25 years on the show, commissioning the rest of the team to present items that mirror his own interests. Tom Heap looks back at John's first report back in 1989, when he looked at the growth of organic farming - and investigates how things have changed a quarter of a century on. Ellie Harrison explores endangered species in the UK, a cause close to John's heart, and Matt Baker will be doing what the former Newsround frontman loves best - taking to the British countryside in a classic sports car. Plus, Adam Henson reminisces about the changes in farming over the years

  • Gower

    Matt Baker is in Gower, south Wales, where he explores Whiteford Burrows sand dunes, seeing how Welsh mountain ponies have made this environment home and joining the Ministry of Defence as they detonate unexploded Second World War ordnance on the sands. In nearby Swansea, Ellie Harrison visits the site of the old Vetch Field football pitch and tells the story of Vernon Watkins, Dylan Thomas's confidant, who was a talented poet in his own right. Plus, Adam Henson reveals the wonders of wool, wildlife cameraman Richard Taylor-Jones is on the lookout for fox cubs and Tom Heap investigates the pros and cons of selective breeding

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