Tourism growth, deer collisions, youth agriculture summit, cherry farming
Figures out today show a significant rise in tourism to cities and the countryside. But will there be enough seasonal workers to staff the continuing demand?
The rising number of deer in the UK has meant an increase in the number of road accidents involving the animals. It's estimated by Highways England that there could be up to 74,000 incidents a year.
A special agriculture youth summit is bringing together one hundred 18-25 year olds from around the world to talk about the future of farming, and the challenge of feeding nine billion people by 2050.
One fruit farm in Herefordshire has been trialling a new system for growing cherries, and so far the results are promising.
Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.