Coast & Country

Coast & Country: Episode 15

URBAN WILDLIFE: Cities are teaming with wildlife and sometimes all it takes, is a closer look, to discover what’s right on your doorstep.

Ruth Wignall takes a tour around Cardiff and discovers bees, peregrines and baby coots.
Andrew Price meets an international community at a thriving allotment in Swansea city centre.

And Sion Jenkins is finding out about what’s an urban buzz and why one community is a hotspot for swifts.

Coast & Country, Series 6, Episode 12

Summer Journeys: Ruth Wignall travels to Wales’ smallest city St Davids, in west Wales, and takes a boat trip to Ramsey Island where she learns about the turbulent waters and wildlife. Andrew Price goes off the beaten track in the Cambrian Mountains and discovers a bothy - a stone cottage - which has an open door policy for weary travellers. And Rob Shelley is following in the footsteps of ancient slate quarrymen in the spectacular Snowdonia countryside.

Coast & Country, Series 6, Episode 11

Made in Wales - Ruth Wignall travels to West Wales to discover more about a family owned Welsh woollen mill which has been making iconic blankets, throws and cushions for over 100 years. Andrew Price is on Gower finding out more about the tradition of Welsh baking and Rob Shelley is in North Wales exploring the historic Welsh slate trails

Coast & Country, Series 6, Episode 10

Year of the Sea: Ruth Wignall heads out with members of a sailing club, near Pontypool, Monmouthshire, celebrating its 50th anniversary. Andrew Price is off to the beach to discover more about surfing and how boards can be adapted to suit all. Rob Shelley is finding out more about the beautiful, iconic beach huts of Abersoch.

Coast & Country, Series 6, Episode 9

Hidden Gems: Ruth Wignall discovers a secret subterranean garden in Monmouthshire - a real life buried treasure of forgotten Victorian grottoes. Andrew Price is exploring Merthyr Mawr - home to the second largest sand dune in Europe and a spectacular nature reserve.