Coast & Country

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.

Coast & Country: Episode 25

MAGICAL WALES: Ruth Wignall visits one of the most iconic castles in Wales. Castell Coch, near Cardiff, is the fairytale castle overlooking the city, but even fairytale castles need a makeover once in a while. However, this tale will have a happy ending.

Andrew Price travels to one of the remotest parts of Wales - the Cambrian Mountains - a magical place if you’re looking to get away from it all.

Rob Shelley is finding out more about Lake Bala - Wales’ largest natural lake. In its depths, legend has it - a monster lurks.

And finally, Sion Jenkins meets the bell ringers of Abergavenny, who are looking for new members to join the group.

Coast & Country: Episode 24

HIGHLIGHTS: Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price take a look back at some of the best bits from 2018 on Coast & Country.

Among the highlights, is Ruth taking on the World’s fastest zip wire in North Wales. She also heads out to the countryside to see Red Kites and beavers. And then there’s inspirational Trevor, the 104 year old who keeps fit walking in the hills near his home.

Andrew tackles Tryfan, the shark finned mountain in Snowdonia. He also ventures into the Black Mountains near Brecon and meets the people behind Surfability on Gower, helping those who need a little extra help enjoy the sea.

Coast & Country: Episode 23

HIGHLIGHTS: Ruth Wignall and Andrew Price take a look back at some of the best bits from 2018 on Coast & Country.

Among the highlights, is a trip to RAF Valley on Anglesey to mark the centenary year of the RAF.

Andrew fulfills his dream of flying in a fighter jet and Ruth finds out what it takes to fly with 202 Squadron - the training arm of the sea and mountain rescue helicopter crew.

There’s also a revisit to people heroically fighting against the ever growing tide of plastic in our seas and the secret escapes in the Welsh countryside.

Coast & Country: Episode 22

EMBRACING WINTER: Ruth Wignall meets the woman who looks after the wild ponies who roam free on the commons of South Wales.

Andrew Price visits the men and women who run Men’s Sheds - a project offering companionship and a lifeline to many.

Sion is out with the farmers looking back at 2018’s extraordinary weather and the impact this has had on the land.

And we meet the ice swimmer - who loves nothing more than when the temperature drops.