Episode 1113

About this programme

Julia Bradbury discovers why Northumberland's Kielder Water and Forest Park has become a haven for wildlife including tawny owls, goshawks and red squirrels. Matt Baker returns to his childhood home of Easington in Co Durham, where he learns about Domesday Reloaded - an update of a 1986 BBC project to record a snapshot of daily life in Britain. John Craven investigates why many dairy farms are going out of business, and Adam Henson decides which of his rams are suitable for breeding.

Cast and crew


Executive Editor
Andrew Thorman
Series Producer
Teresa Bogan