Yorkshire’s two national parks cover 1,400 square miles and receive some 20 million visitors a year, but this four-part documentary reveals a world hidden far from the human eye.

Filmed across a year, this four-part cinematic treat begins in March when the barren peaks, deep dales and inhospitable moorland spring to life.

Cameras capture the moment a queen bee, heavy with eggs for an entire generation, emerges sleepily from hibernation, a pair of great-crested grebe begin an elaborate courtship, and two rival adders fight over a female.

It’s enough to make you feel at one with nature…