The environmental impact of veganism, Monitoring ammonia on farms, Train drivers hitting livestock
Caz Graham concludes a week of programmes about veganism with a debate about the the environmental impact of different foods.
We join a train driver on a rural line in Scotland, and find out what happens when livestock get onto the tracks.
And can technology designed for use in space help farmers reduce their ammonia emissions?
Presented by Caz Graham. Produced by Heather Simons.
Uncertainty over Brexit, the impact of climate change on our oceans and Welsh livestock farmers talk veganism
Anna Hill speaks to farmers in the UK and the EU to gauge their response to the latest political wranglings over Brexit. What does all the uncertainty mean for them?
We hear how climate change is one of the biggest threats facing our oceans and the marine life they contain.
And will a room of Welsh livestock farmers give vegan sausage rolls a try? We find out!
Presented by Anna Hill. Produced by Heather Simons.
Food and farming reactions to the Brexit withdrawal agreement vote
Charlotte Smith invites an array of food and farming industry experts to share their take on the outcome of last night's parliamentary vote, on Theresa May's EU withdrawal agreement:
Minette Batters is a Wiltshire beef farmer and president of the National Farmers Union - which supported Mrs May's proposal and has warned that a no-deal scenario would have a devastating impact on farmers.
On the other side of the fence, Conservative MP and former environment secretary Owen Paterson - who was on the political advisory board for the 'Leave Means Leave' group - has argued in favour of a no deal.
The Food and Drink Federation has previously expressed its concerns over what it's labelled the "political and economic chaos" provoked by delays in the Brexit process; Charlotte hears from the organisation's director general, Ian Wright.
And former permanent secretary at the Department for Trade, Sir Martin Donnelly, assesses the state of play in government this morning, and what the next steps could be in the unfolding Brexit story...
The Brexit vote, Migrant labour, A warm January, A vegan on a sheep farm.
When a vegan blogger visited a sheep farm, she didn't expect to fall in love with the farmer. Farming Today presenter, Anna Hill, meets the couple and learns how they find common ground in the debate.
Ahead of the Brexit vote in Parliament over the Prime Minister's withdrawal agreement, we look at the consequences for farmers whatever the outcome.
We visit a crab meat factory in Devon, where a shortage of migrant workers has led them to outsource some processing to East Asia.
And, recent warm January weather has allowed some livestock farmers to put their cows out already.
Presented by Anna Hill. Produced by Heather Simons
Veganuary, A spot of psychology, Clean Air Strategy
Following a plant based diet is a growing trend and increasingly, a business opportunity for UK food producers - with consumers thinking harder about when, why and what they eat... This month has been declared 'Veganury', and all this week we'll be talking about veganism's impact on public perceptions of food and farming - and considering whether it's possible for the opposing sides to have constructive conversations.
Charlotte starts the week by talking to Dr Carys Bennett, from the animal right campaign group PETA.
So what is it that makes the debate around veganism so divisive?
Charlotte asks Dr Jutta Tobias Mortlock, a senior lecturer in organisational psychology at London's City University, why this topic is so polarised.
Today, the government releases its long awaited Clean Air Strategy - and there are going to be repercussions for farmers.
The agriculture sector accounts for 88% of ammonia emissions, which are released into the air during the storage and spreading of manures and slurries, as well as from the application of inorganic fertilisers. Ammonia can damage natural habitats and contributes to smog in urban areas.
To combat all that the government will introduce new rules around slurry management and emissions reduction.
BBC Environment correspondent Matt McGrath shares more details.