Coast & Country has finished for the summer, but don’t worry, you’ll be able to get your weekly fix of the best of Wales’ countryside when we return this autumn.
In the meantime you can ‘like’ our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter and you’ll be kept up to date with all of our behind the scenes filming and editing in preparation for our return to the TV screen.
And if you missed our final show you can catch up below. It’s an eclectic mix of foraging, food, fish and Ffestiniog!
Andrew is in Cardigan to meet a local fisherman determined to keep the traditional form of Seine net fishing going. Find out how they get on in the programme. Andrew then goes foraging along the coastline and hedgerows with local forager Jade Mellor, before they cook a small, wild food feast on the beach.
The food theme continues as Ruth visits a famous family run cheese business based in Blaenavon, where she learns how to make and wax cheese, but to honest is happiest just tasting it! She’ll also be visiting one of Wales' iconic manor houses, Llancaiach Fawr, where one of their cheeses is left to mature.
And we have a guest presenter this evening. Best known for his news reporting in North Wales, we asked Rob Shelley to visit Porthmadog for us to learn all about the steamy history of the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways. And he’s particularly lucky as he gets to try his hand at driving the world’s oldest working steam engine.
So if you missed it, catch up below. In fact if this is the first time you’ve watched Coast & Country or you’ve missed the odd episode, you can catch up with them all by scrolling down.
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Coast & Country will be back on your screens this October, same time, same place. See you then!