Details of National Self Build Week - and a look at how cider apples are harvested.
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With porcelain doll maker Sue Harrington from Frome & a look at cider making in the West.
Steve looks at the redevelopment of Brandon Hill, poems about bats and an interesting pie.
With the popular former mayor of Bath Eric Snook and a visit to the Old Botanic Gardens.
With maths and physics tutor Mike Hollyhead - and a visit to the Old Botanic Gardens.
Mike Jenner discusses the classical buildings of Bath - and a visit to an Italian garden.
A look at authentic Indian food - and a visit to the Old Botanic Gardens in Leigh Wood.
A chat with the new skipper of the Matthew, poems about beards & a visit to Anchor Head.
Details of Creativity Works & a visit to Weston Quarry & Weston Wood with John Thorne.
With Bath hypnotherapist Christian Dunham and a visit to Knightstone Island in Weston.
Local pilot Ed Dickenson from the Bristol & Wessex Aeroplane Club - and a tour of Weston.
A visit to the newly re-vamped North Somerset Butterfly House and a new series in Weston.
Soap making, fudge poems, the hothouse at Cannington and a very strange connection.
Steve meets children's author Tracey Corderoy & visits the Walled Gardens of Cannington.
Businessman Roger Opie discusses inspiring schoolchildren and the gardens of Cannington.
With former vet,and now author, Malcolm Welshman. Plus the Walled Gardens of Cannington.
With popular TV chef Dean Edwards - and a visit to the Walled Gardens of Cannington.
Sustainable travel in the West of England, Clevedon Court and your poems about corsets.
With talented wildlife photographer Helen Mugridge and a look at Clevedon Court's chapel.
With film and TV extra Scott Stevenson - plus a look inside Clevedon Court's Great Hall.
With former kickboxing World Champion Andy Cleeves and a visit to lovely Clevedon Court.
An Easter mixture - with a look at April Fools, being rescued, Little Richard and giants.