Episode 1113



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.