Scotland needs to “think creatively” to attract young people back to work in rural areas says lawyer Eilidh Douglas.
Where does Brexit leave the UK countryside? Tom Heap hosts a studio debate. On the panel: Shaun Spiers from the environmental think-tank, the Green Alliance; Heather Hancock, director of rural-based consultancy 'Rural Solutions', chair of the Food Standards Agency, and former chief executive of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority and Patrick Holden, founding director of the Sustainable Food Trust,. Producer: Emma Campbell
Flick Humphrey usually drives 17 miles from her village to her work in Cirencester.
How do we bridge the divide between multicultural cities, and what is perceived as the slower, more conservative, countryside? Political correspondent Chris Mason was brought up in the Yorkshire Dales, which he has now exchanged for a life in London. Here he travels from city to country and back, exploring the tensions and political trends at work in each. He challenges a few stereotypes as well, finding a sense of community in a London borough that some people in the countryside feel has been lost. Producer Mark Rickards
How one man and his mobile bistro are fighting back against the decline of rural communities.