Coast & Country, Series 6, Episode 12

Summer Journeys: Ruth Wignall travels to Wales’ smallest city St Davids, in west Wales, and takes a boat trip to Ramsey Island where she learns about the turbulent waters and wildlife. Andrew Price goes off the beaten track in the Cambrian Mountains and discovers a bothy - a stone cottage - which has an open door policy for weary travellers. And Rob Shelley is following in the footsteps of ancient slate quarrymen in the spectacular Snowdonia countryside.

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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 13

Made in Wales: Ruth Wignall meets a pair of artists who use their tranquil location on the River Teifi as inspiration for making stained glass. Andrew Price catches up with the Pembrokeshire man who’s turning seaside debris into works of art, while Hannah Thomas visits a Radnorshire farm which developed a borehole into a multi-million pound business. We also meet a shepherdess with a passion for wool.

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Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 12

Living off the land: Andrew Price meets a community living off-grid in West Wales. Hannah Thomas catches up with the man who paid a pound to rent a million pound farm on the Great Orme, while Ruth Wignall meets a rose water producer in Monmouthshire. Plus, Huw Richards shares his thoughts on living off the land at his family’s smallholding in Tregaron.

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Coast & Country, Series 5, Episode 10

Ruth Wignall heads to St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire to meet local producers at one of Britain’s best food markets. Andrew Price enjoys the early summer dawn chorus in Cardiff’s Bute Park, while Hannah Thomas goes in search of strawberries at a pick your own fruit garden. Plus, Huw Richards has his top gardening tips for summer.

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Coast and Country, Series 3 Episode 11

In this episode Andrew visits the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay. Carl Edwards has a crash course in wildlife photography and Hannah Thomas meets farmers living along the Welsh border and learns more about the unique challenges they face.

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Coast & Country, Series 3 Episode 4

Andrew explores a town steeped in history, from the story behind the creation of the Welsh national anthem to a regiment who fought on the Eastern Front of the First World War.

Ruth travels to Anglesey on a quest to discover more about standing stones and Hannah Thomas is in Carmarthenshire, finding out what is happening at the National Botanic Garden of Wales 15 years after it first opened its doors.

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Coast & Country, Series 3 Episode 2

In this episode:

Andrew Price sets off on a walk from Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire and discovers how its beaches were used for D-Day trainingexercises.

Ruth Wignall is in Flintshire tracking down some feathered winter visitors and Hannah Thomas meet a farming couple from Carmarthenshire hoping for a successful lambing season.

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