On Air Now Programmes
Join Lucy for Sunday Breakfast with uplifting music, news and matters of faith and belief.
The show which puts YOU firmly in the driving seat. Two teams crack clues across the West.
10:00 - 13:00
Clueless with Richard Lewis29/11/2015
Richard Green hosts a countdown of the official chart for this very week in 1963 and 1978
13:00 - 15:00
Richard Green’s Vintage Chart Show1963 and 1978
On Air Now Start Time 6:00 - End Time 10:00
Charlie visits the Somerset and Dorset Railway Trust in Washford
Charlie Taylor28/11/2015 Confused plants, porcelain dolls and train restoration
Join Simon Parkin for the best way to start your weekend.
An hour-long look back at the best of the week on BBC Somerset.
Pick of the Week28/11/2015
Charlie Taylor brightens your drive home with music, news, travel and sport.
Matt Faulkner27/11/2015 Charlie Taylor sits in
On the busiest shopping day of the year, Ben finds out what you think about Black Friday.
Ben McGrailIs there anything wrong with Black Friday?
Jack Murley sits in to start your Somerset day with travel, weather, news and sport.
Charlie speaks to Colin Criddle, who's been awarded the Legion d'Honneur.
Matt Faulkner26/11/2015 Charlie Taylor sits in
Charlie speaks to engineer Ted Lambe from the Somerset and Dorset Railway Trust.
End of the Line: Restoration at Washford
John Strickland talks to Charlie about growing up in Burnham-on-Sea next to the railway.
End of the Line: Burnham's tourist trade
Author Richard Tomlinson speaks to Ben McGrail about the enduring legend of W.G. Grace.
The legend of W.G. Grace
Listen here to Ben's award-winning programme on suicide in Somerset.
Ben's won a Mind Media Award!
Ben speaks to Jasmine Rankin about her aim to raise thousands for a new wheelchair.
Jasmine's dream of standing
Former railway worker Barry Tolcher wants to pass his old GWR pocket watch on to Charlie.
End of the Line: Passing on the pocket watch
Find out more about the show which puts you firmly in the driving seat. Helping two teams crack puzzles, as they travel across the West.
Breakfast Show presenter Emma Britton will be live on BBC Somerset for 24 hours to raise money for BBC Children in Need.
Click here to find out where our mobile studio is heading to this summer!
16 hours ago
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