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Mar 20, 2020

Tucked away behind rows of houses just 13 miles from central London, we discover an ancient wood with a fascinating history stretching back to Roman times. Site manager Peter Coles shows us World War II bomb craters, restored heathland, a ‘strong ditch’ built to help keep Roman Londoners out of Saxon Kent, and...


Jan 15, 2020

Guided by street tree guru Joe Coles, we explore the trees of Leeds, including Woodhouse Ridge, a pocket of urban woodland, some of Leeds' tree-lined streets and the London plane tree in Dortmund Square. Along the way, we meet Justin Williamson, woodland officer for Leeds City Council, and Dr Catherine Scott from...


Dec 10, 2019

Take a tour of spectacular Ben Shieldaig in Scotland’s West Highlands, the Trust’s first mountain! Made up of ancient birchwood and Caledonian pinewood, it’s a wonderful example of Scotland’s rainforest, brimming with some of the world’s rarest lichens, bryophytes, liverworts and fungi. Explore some of the...


Nov 13, 2019

We meet David Rose who shows us around his Nottinghamshire farm. He tells us how trees are making a difference both for the farm and for local communities as he aims to promote healthy food and healthy futures. Discover the edible woodland and forest school area, meet people that enjoy visiting the farm and hear from...


Jul 19, 2019

In this episode, Adam explores the wilderness of Loch Arkaig Pine Forest - one of Scotland's remaining fragments of native Caledonian pinewood. It lies within an iconic landscape of sparkling lochs fringed by mountains, full of rare wildlife and flora. Over land and loch Adam meets site manager Steve Morris, raptor...