The cattail is one of the most useful wetland plants; Lindsay Cannon goes extreme mountain biking.
Paddling down the River Wye; using a canoe as a makeshift shelter.
Tracking badgers and deer with a keen eye.
Ray explores the woodlands in autumn.
Ray shows how the common fungi of Britain can be extremely versatile.
Ray lives off the Scottish land and shows how nature can provide everything, from bandages to soap.
Ray makes natural chewing gum from pine trees; Lindsay Cannon looks for signs of lost villages.
Cooking a salmon properly in the wild by building a griddle and an efficient culinary fire.
Cooking rabbit; how to filter water to make it drinkable.
Ray demonstrates how to construct a woodland shelter.
Lighting a fire using a stick, a bootlace and some moss; Guy Lindley-Adams tours the chalk cliffs of southeast England.
Making a refreshing drink from a birch tree; Lindsay Cannon reports on the bizarre sport of mud-sliding.
The survivalist scours the hedgerows in search of free food.
Finding natural remedies, from headache cures to bandages.
The craft of roving.
Seaweed meal; Lindsay Cannon explores habitations known as crannogs.
Ancient flint mine; making a flint arrowhead.
Two ways of crossing a fast-flowing river.
Turning an animal skin into leather using extracts of tree bark.
Shellfish and noodles; Lindsay Cannon tries paragliding.