Coast & Country

Coast & Country: Episode 8

The River Teifi is one of Wales’ longest rivers. From its source high in the Cambrian Mountains to the sea it meanders through some interesting communities.

Andrew Price joins fishermen, Hannah Thomas meets the water buffalo on the marshes and Ruth Wignall heads out on a boat to see the wildlife in Cardigan Bay.

Coast & Country: Episode 7

They connect communities and provide vital links, the bridges of Wales come in many shapes and sizes.

Ruth Wignall braves the heights of Newport’s Transporter Bridge.

Andrew Price crosses the defensive bridges to Caerphilly Castle and we meet the lighthouse keeper at Strumble head lighthouse, connected to the mainland by a small metal bridge.

Coast & Country: Episode 6

Wales has a stunning coastline which can inspire our souls.

Ruth Wignall meets the coastal forager who’s cooking up a storm with ingredients from the sea.

Andrew Price is investigating the coastal caves near Llantwit Major and Hannah Thomas is on the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal finding out about life on our idyllic waterways.

Coast & Country: Episode 5

With Spring upon us Ruth Wignall visits a farm as its busiest and cutest time - lambing.

Andrew Price is on Gower finding out more about new projects using the great outdoors as inspiration, and Hannah Thomas is in West Wales where the community helped breathe new life into their pub.

Coast & Country: Episode 4

Wales is truly a country which is one of a kind.

Ruth Wignall is in the Brecon Beacons with a Get Outside Champion and her amazing dogs.

Andrew Price is at Lake Vyrnwy - a spectacular nature reserve at one of Wales’ prettiest lakes.

Rob Shelley is on Llandudno Pier - Wales’ longest pier and we meet the volunteers of Ferryside inshore lifeboat crew.

Coast & Country: Episode 3

Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are talking rubbish. It's a subject which many of us are passionate about.

Andrew is out with Keep Wales Tidy clearing a river clogged by plastic waste.

Ruth is meeting a beach cleaning artist who turns rubbish into art

And reporter Hannah Thomas is with the Woodland Trust battling fly tipping.

Coast & Country: Episode 2

Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are meeting people inspired by the Welsh landscape.

From Jim the Swim who loves a daily dip in the sea whatever the weather, to the volunteers helping restore an ancient woodland and a young farmer taking on the challenges of a hill farm..

Coast & Country: Episode 1

Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price are back with a new series - starting in the mountains of Snowdonia.

Ruth is finding out more about climate change on Snowdon.

Andrew is discovering hidden history in a flooded slate quarry.

And reporter Rob Shelley travels on the Talyllyn Railway which is run entirely by volunteers.