Bath have lost their opening match of the new European Champions' Cup, going down 37-10 at Glasgow.
Both sides came into the game in decent domestic form, with Bath having won four of their opening six Aviva Premiership matches and Glasgow unbeaten in the Guinness PRO12 until last weekend.
Mark Bennett opened and closed the try-scoring for the Warriors, who twice fought back from behind to open up with a win.
Jonathan Joseph scored Bath's only try in the 13th minute.
Bath has won Gold in the Small City category of the 50th Britain in Bloom awards, which took place in Bristol last night.
The competition is run by the Royal Horticultural Society and recognises gardening efforts in the community.
The city was a winner in the very first Britain in Bloom 50 years ago and many times since so is particularly pleased to have done so well this anniversary year.
Bath Rugby Head Coach Mike Ford has confirmed that the club couldn't agree terms for current European player of the year, Steffon ArmitageRead the full story ›
We interview Sir Tony Robinson who is on the stage in Bath in The Hypochondriac.
The actor and TV used to live in Bristol and told us he misses his Royal York Crescent hideaway but the pressure of work took him away.
He was well known as a Labour activist in the City but told our correspondent Robert Murphy he would have made a terrible Mayor.
The interview starts with his role at the Theatre Royal, which runs until 18 October.
To some he'll forever be Baldrick, Blackadder's hapless sidekick - and to Bristolians a local Labour activist. But now Sir Tony Robinson is taking another role - on stage at the Bath Theatre Royal in a new production of Moliere's The Hypochondriac.
An unusual world record will be challenged in Bath tomorrow; the record for the most people dressed as princesses.Read the full story ›
New figures show people in Bath are the best paid in the South West. The report from recruitment company Manpower revealed the average salary in the city to be £36,000. That's compared to a regional average of just over £24,000.
Bath moved top of the Premiership after ending Saracens' 100% league record this season in a pulsating Recreation Ground encounter.Read the full story ›
Bath have returned to winning ways by beating Premiership leaders Saracens at The Rec.
A try in each half from Jonathan Joseph and Kyle Eastmond, plus eleven points from the boot of George Ford, gave Bath a 21-11 win.
It ends Saracens unbeaten start to the season, while Mike Ford's men return to the top of the table.
Bath Rugby Club have released a movie style trailer for their box office signing Sam Burgess.
It's the first in a series of short countdown videos.
The English Rugby League star will switch codes in a few weeks when he arrives at his new club.
Bath completed his signing back in March, when they bought the 24-year-old out of his existing Australian National Rugby League contract.
Burgess will play his last game for South Sydney Rabbitohs in the NRL Grand Final this weekend before boarding a plane to England on the 15th October.