Coast & Country

Coast & Country: Episode 20

EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall meets the cycling enthusiasts with a combined age of 179 years.

Andrew Price tests his head for heights with the steeplejacks repairing a church.

Rob Shelley finds how our much loved iconic red phone boxes are being put to good use.

And Sion Jenkins visits the volunteers giving up their free time to revitalise Swansea canal.

Coast & Country: Episode 19

TASTES OF WALES: On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall is visiting the magnificent Rhug Estate in North Wales where she finds out why Bison is becoming the meat of choice for many. There’s also the male voice choir who sing to the turkeys.

Andrew Price samples one of his favourite things - beer - at a Swansea brewery - using bread as flavouring.

We also visit one of the most popular markets in Wales - Swansea’s Uplands Market and Sion meets the international opera singer turned farmer.

Coast & Country: Episode 18

SAVING WALES: Ruth Wignall is meeting a man who has bought his very own island in Pembrokeshire.

Andrew Price is heading to Gwrych Castle in North Wales where he meets a man with a dream.

And we find out more about how history is being kept alive at one of the largest cemeteries in Wales.

Coast & Country: Episode 17

On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall is visiting a community agricultural project on Gower learning about the joys of growing your own.

Andrew Price is joining a walking group in the Brecon Beacons, reaping the benefits of the great outdoors.

There’s a return to Caswell beach on Gower to find out about a new campaign to help improve disabled facilities.

And Rob Shelley is with the volunteers of Incredible Edible making use of urban spaces in Conwy.

Coast & Country: Episode 16

On tonight’s programme Ruth Wignall is in the Brecon Beacons with a wildlife photographer capturing images of red kites and beavers.

Andrew Price is kayaking and camping off the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales.

Rob Shelley is on an RSPB nature reserve in Conwy and there’s a new Dyfed Powys rural crime unit launch with Sion Jenkins.

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.