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News of an interesting stage version of Moby Dick - and how civil servants once cheated.
With chiropodist and podiatrist Deborah Holley, East Asian art and the Top Ten swamps.
The Julian House Night Shelter, East Asian Art and the appeal of refreshing ginger beer.
A visit to Henbury Golf Club, the Museum of East Asian Art & the enduring appeal of dogs.
With local writer Tom Phillips, poems about computer games and smuggling in Weston.
With talented local writer Nathan Braund - and a visit to Grove Park in Weston-super-Mare.
News of this weekend's Festival of Light in Weston, Scottish football and hide and seek.
The magical Cotswold Way - and the bizarre 'gull yellers' of Weston-super-Mare.
With thriller seeker Holly Budge and Weston Walk's ghost and murder expert Mike Harding.
With local author Tania Hershman, poems about Winston Churchill and the Chalice Well.
Previewing the Priston Festival, a visit to the Chalice Well & the Top Ten strange meats.
The Living Landscapes Project, the Chalice Well and foraging for free food.
The secret of a successful café, the Chalice Well in Glastonbury and pork pies.
A celebration of quilting, a visit to Glastonbury's Chalice Well & the perils of cramp.
With gadgets expert Cyril Routley, poems about yetis and bathing at Uphill near Weston.
Live ukulele music, details of the annual shoebox appeal & a visit to Cross in Somerset.
With the Bard of Windmill Hill, a noodle celebration and a heavy metal thimble connection.
With therapeutic humour expert Alice Hortop, a look at gangs & the drawbacks of unicorns.
A visit to Banwell Caves and tower, a Mendip Walk and a look at the Merseybeat boom.