Coast & Country

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 24

Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price celebrate some of their favourite moments from the series this year. Ruth tries sheep trekking in the Brecon Beacons, beach horseriding in Carmarthenshire and gets up close to the puffins on Skomer Island. Meanwhile, Andrew sees a team of Siberian huskies in training in Snowdonia and meets an artist in Pembrokeshire who makes sculptures out of debris found in the sea.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 23

Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price look back at some of their favourite moments from the series this year. Ruth meets a sand artist in Tenby who creates stunning patterns in the sand, and takes a ride on a speedboat off the coast of Milford Haven. Meanwhile, Andrew relives his Snowdonia mountain adventures and meets a team of scallop divers in Pembrokeshire.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 22

The team celebrate Wales’s ‘Year of Legends’ by visiting some of our most legendary places.

Ruth Wignall explores the ruins of Pennard Castle on Gower, which is said to have been destroyed by fairies. Andrew Price investigates the myths surrounding St Govan’s Chapel in Pembrokeshire while Rob Shelley sniffs out the tale of a Prince and his dog in Snowdonia.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 21

Autumn Sights. Ruth Wignall visits Aberglasney Gardens in Carmarthenshire to see a stunning display of autumn colour, while Rob Shelley takes in the views overlooking the Conwy Valley at Bodnant Garden. Andrew Price is spotting seal pups on Ramsay Island, while Hannah Thomas finds out why leaping salmon are now a much rarer sight.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 20

Tastes of Autumn. Andrew Price goes foraging for wild mushrooms in Rhayader while Ruth Wignall samples cider at an apple orchard near Pontypool. Hannah Thomas learns the art of making autumn chutney, while Huw Richards has the latest seasonal tips from his garden in Tregaron.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 19

Mountain Highs. Andrew Price tackles Crib Goch - the most dangerous and challenging route up Mount Snowdon. Ruth Wignall finds out about first aid for dogs in the mountains and visits picturesque waterfalls near Betws-y-Coed. Meanwhile, Rob Shelley takes an autumn ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 18

Creative Cymru: Ruth Wignall meets a man who makes giant artwork patterns in the sand, while Andrew Price finds out what inspires gardening guru Huw Richards to get creative in the garden. Hannah Thomas meets a farmer who creates art inspired by her cattle and Rob Shelley finds out why a small coastal village in Gwynedd has become known for its knitting.

Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 17

Caring for our Coast: Ruth Wignall meets a man who’s travelling around the country with his dog cleaning up litter, and she spends a day with a volunteer Coastwatch team. Andrew Price meets a team of divers helping to clean up the sea off the coast of Pembrokeshire. He also joins in with national event recording the wildlife living in our waters.