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You can download "National birds and city bees" here.

National birds and city bees

David Lindo talks about his poll to find Britain's national bird and Dr Katherine Baldock introduces the work of the Urban Pollinators project.

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You can download "Saving orangutans and Britain's Overseas Territories" here.

Saving orangutans and Britain's Overseas Territories

Saving orangutans from palm-oil plantations, and from South Georgia to Ascension Island, the British marine wildlife hotspots that need protection. Plus, putting the fun into fungi…

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You can download "Badger culling special" here.

Badger culling special

Hear the views of the deputy chief vet of Defra, Alick Simmons, leading campaigner against the cull Brian May and NFU deputy president Minnette Batters on this controversial and divisive issue.

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You can download "The last passenger pigeon and bird migration" here.

The last passenger pigeon and bird migration

Mark Avery talks about his latest book, A Message from Martha, and features editor Ben Hoare on the avian comings and goings in Britain this autumn.

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You can download "Animal senses, golden eagles and dormice" here.

Animal senses, golden eagles and dormice

BBC presenter Helen Czerski explains how and why animals have super senses and RSPB warden Spike Webb explains why England's golden eagle is still single. Plus five great facts about Britain's cutest mammal, the dormouse.

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You can download "Rodents on running wheels, ancient woodlands and rewilding" here.

Rodents on running wheels, ancient woodlands and rewilding

Find out why a Dutch scientist has been putting running wheels in her back yard and what makes ancient woodlands so special.

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You can download "Cranes, worms and butterflies" here.

Cranes, worms and butterflies

This month, we hear how the reintroduced common cranes are faring in the Somerset Levels and from the Natural History Museum scientist with a passion for worms. Plus how to get involved in the big butterfly count.

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