The Coast & Country Christmas Special brings us some festive treats from rural Wales.Read the full story ›
The Coast & Country team travel across Wales meeting those preparing for a busy Christmas period.Read the full story ›
Andrew Price puts his winter mountain skills to the test in Snowdonia.Read the full story ›
Andrew Price joins South Wales Caving Club to venture into the deepest cave in the UKRead the full story ›
In this episode, Andrew Price is in north Wales discovering how an underground power station helps to keep the lights on across the UK.Read the full story ›
The museum is undergoing a major refurbishment project that will also see new galleries and replicas of lost historic buildings.Read the full story ›
Tonight on Coast & Country we've got a challenge for the more adventurous amongst you.Read the full story ›
In this episode:
Andrew Price explores Roman and Victorian gold mines in Carmarthenshire, Ruth Wignall is on Anglesey to delve behind the restoration of Wales’ only working windmill while Carl Edwards wings his way to Pembrokeshire to meet some beautiful birds of prey in the grounds of a 13th century castle.
If you'd like more information regarding Dolaucothi Gold Mines and their re-opening dates please visit their website here: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dolaucothi-gold-mines
During the programme Carl Edwards spent a day with Pembrokeshire Falconry. The hawk walk took place at Picton Castle and you can find out more regarding the castle and its grounds here www.pictoncastle.co.uk
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Mid Wales village of Abbey-Cwm-Hir.Read the full story ›
In this episode:
Andrew travels to Pandy near Monmouth to help 'Master Farrier' Nigel Brown with his work. After working up an appetite Andrew meets with Head Chef Simon King from Restaurant 1861 near Abergavenny to collect local wild ingredients before cooking up a tasty dish from their foraged finds.
Ruth delves inside a fascinating historical house with essences of Downton Abbey, the beautiful Erddig Hall near Wrexham, where the servants lives were recorded in poems and paintings.
Also tonight, Hannah Thomas looks at both sides of the argument regarding controversial plans to build a relief road south of the current M4.