Welsh lamb shelf life, wet Scottish summer forces cows inside, farming on Tristan da Cunha, the coracle
One of the wettest summers for years in Scotland means cattle are already eating into winter feed.
Why is the shelf life of Welsh lamb up to 22 days, when New Zealand lamb lasts 60?
We hear about the traditional coracle boat still being used in West Wales, and catch up with the farm advisor on the remote island of Tristan da Cunha.
Presented by Anna Hill and produced in Bristol by Beatrice Fenton.