The Dales, Lakes, Devon and Cornwall Specials
In Polperro, harbourmaster Olly Puckey prepares for the arrival of a huge new storm gate. On the Dartington estate in Devon, dairy farmer Jon Perkin diversifies into goats.
In Cornwall, farmer Bridgette Clamp's new bull is readied for the show season. In Devon, harbourmaster Georgina Carlo-Paat takes delivery of a new robotic waterborne litter picker.
On Bodmin Moor, apple farmer and cider maker Tom Bray creates a special centenary blend of sparkling cider. And in Cornwall, local artists raise money to build a new granite walkway.
In Looe, the whole community gears up for a one-mile wild swim. In Gweek, clean ocean campaigner Steve goes on an adventure. In Brixham, scallop diver Frazer Pugh goes in search of precious bivalves.
The Richards ready their Christmas tree farm on The Lizard, Newquay fishermen Martin and Jake head out to sea for lobsters, and surfers Katy and her dad Keith enjoy the waves and some mulled cider
Lesley Perrett's on a mission to bring the Longwool sheep back from the brink of extinction. Landscape managers Steve and Jamie prepare the island of Tresco for a low-tide party.
Shepherds Steve and Crispin prepare for a speed shearing competition. Wheelwrights Greg and Mike build a gun carriage for the HMS Warrior. Chef Greg goes foraging for inspiration.
Fisherman Adam Morton makes the most of the busy tourist season. Horseman David Jones tackles some bothersome bracken. Trebah Garden's head gardener creates a delightful stumpery.
Fisherman Phil prepares for the annual fish festival, and farmers Rob and Sarah ready their ponies for the show season
A vineyard owner plans to draw winter tourists to Scilly. Devon boat builders turn a clinker into a lugger. Unwanted apples make money. And a geologist goes fossil hunting.
Charlotte returns to the Isles of Scilly - her place of birth as the islands' new midwife. There's also ice cream, charcoal and a trip to a steam rally in a 1928 Morris Cowley.
On St Michael's Mount, winter is coming; a Cornwall potato farmer makes bespoke gin; there's wild camping on Dartmoor; plus a search for blue sharks off the Isles of Scilly
In north Devon it's the Clovelly Lobster Festival. Torquay's harbourmaster awaits the world's largest residential cruise ship. And a display pilot takes to the air over St Mawes.
In Brixham, trawlerman Dave sets off to sea. On Bodmin Moor, a young couple are determined to make a go of their dairy farm. And horseback farmers prepare to sell their ponies.
In Mylor Creek, it's a floating restaurant's opening night. In Lansallos, a team of volunteers help to clean the rubbish inside the coves. Dartmoor sheep farmers prepare for Devon's Widecombe fair.
A look at one of the last pony farming families on Dartmoor. Two adventurers climb Black Church Rock. And ex miners celebrate their shared Cornish heritage in song.
Fisherman Stephen Perham shows what life is like in the perfectly preserved Devon coastal village of Clovelly. In Cornwall, Lynn Batten goes to work at the famous Minack Theatre.