65-year-old Barry Coleman from Shepton Mallet has been sleepwalking for 40 years. His wife has been forced to install a child safety gate at the top of their stairs to try and prevent an accident that could so easily become a tragedy.
A number of towns in the South West are without a Town Crier, and it's feared that in future there could be a shortage of younger people willing to take on the traditional role.
For centuries they provided a vital service, spreading news and important messages to their local communities - now, though, their role is largely ceremonial. So how are they replaced when they decide to hang up their Tricorn hat? Bob Cruwys reports.
The Royal Bath & West Show is planning to mark its 150th anniversary this May by celebrating its Victorian heritage.
Organisers are appealing for couples named Victoria and Albert to come forward. They will then be special guests of the show. The couples would ideally be married, with certificates to prove their names.
Bristol Classic Car Show Organiser, Nigel Stevens, explains how the Show started and what the highlights are for him.
Di Lamm from Cirencester tells us about why she bought her car. Auctioneer Matthew Whitney from Charterhouse in Dorset explains that the market for classic cars is buoyant, and Classic Car Weekly Editor, Dave Richards reveals a soft spot for the show.
A thousand classic cars drew thousands more enthusiasts to the West Country's foremost motor show this weekend. They included an iconic Volvo driven by Sir Roger Moore, a rare Rolls Royce Phantom and Standard celebrating its centenary.