Coast & Country

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 12

Living off the land: Andrew Price meets a community living off-grid in West Wales. Hannah Thomas catches up with the man who paid a pound to rent a million pound farm on the Great Orme, while Ruth Wignall meets a rose water producer in Monmouthshire. Plus, Huw Richards shares his thoughts on living off the land at his family’s smallholding in Tregaron.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 11

Summer Journeys - Andrew Price climbs Cadair Idris, one of Wales’ most spectacular mountains, while Ruth Wignall goes in search of puffins on Skomer. Hannah Thomas takes a sea cruise from Tenby and Rob Shelley explores the Cambrian coast by train.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 10

Ruth Wignall heads to St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire to meet local producers at one of Britain’s best food markets. Andrew Price enjoys the early summer dawn chorus in Cardiff’s Bute Park, while Hannah Thomas goes in search of strawberries at a pick your own fruit garden. Plus, Huw Richards has his top gardening tips for summer.

Coast & Country: Series 5, Episode 8

Ruth Wignall meets a dairy farmer in Monmouthshire who now makes a living from rearing goats. Andrew Price spends a day as a farm hand with a young farmer near Bridgend. And Hannah Thomas finds out why Brexit could be good news for the Welsh pig industry.

Coast & Country: Series 5, Episode 7

This week the team travel to Anglesey to celebrate the wonder of Wales. Ruth Wignall explores the South Stack Cliffs nature reserve while Andrew Price heads to the woods in search of red squirrels. Rob Shelley meets a photography group sharing Anglesey with the world.

Coast & Country: Series 5, Episode 6

Ruth Wignall finds out how the latest technology is helping to make our weather forecasts more accurate. Andrew gets a wintry surprise while exploring the wettest place in Wales, and joins a fishing crew diving for scallops off the Pembrokeshire coast.

Coast and Country Live, Series 5, Episode 5

Ruth Wignall, Andrew Price and Hannah Thomas present a special episode of the countryside series, live from a South Wales sheep farm.

It’s the busiest time of year for farmer Russell Edwards, his wife Eira and son Rhys.

Ruth finds out how the family thrives on the challenge of working day and night, while Hannah investigates the issues currently facing the Welsh lamb industry.