Oxford University's Woodland Laboratory with Miranda Krestovnikoff


Join television presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff as she journeys into the little English wood that is changing the world.

With one thousand research papers and counting, Wytham Woods is the most studied piece of woodland on Earth, and the birthplace of ecology. From birds to badgers, from the ancient fen to tiny mice; almost every aspect of this beautiful bastion of English countryside has gone under the microscope, contributing to decades of cutting-edge scientific research at the University of Oxford – and this year Wytham Woods celebrates 75 years as a magical leafy laboratory.