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With sci-fi writer Stuart Olds and a visit to the Fine Cheese Company in Bath.
Kate Justice sits in for a lighter lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
With local life coach Jeanine Hamaker and mince pie Molly of Newton St Loe.
Steve meets local singer Hannah Wedlock and visits a wonderful Christmas shop in Bath.
With nutritional therapist Fiona Campbell, poems about trout and the Holburne Museum.
With local crime writer Gerard O’Donovan and a visit to the Holburne Museum in Bath.
With top chef Chris Wicks and Xa Sturgis, director of the Holburne Museum in Bath.
Steve meets songwriter Jacques a Robin and continues his tour of Bath's Holburne Museum.
With local designer Rachel Goodchild and a visit to the Holburne Museum in Bath.
With local TV legend Chris Vacher, poems about scouts & Paul Sturgess's Chelsea success.
With the inventor of the Trunki, Rob Law, and the Mells-based plant doctor Paul Sturgess.
A look at nature with Jo Morris from Avon Wildlife Trust and plant doctor Paul Sturgess.
With the Welsh wizard Byron Jones and plant doctor Paul Sturgess.
With Mike Rowland from the Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre and Paul Sturgess.
Today a look at teeth with Dr Louise Nash, your poems about carpets and hawk flying.
Today a look at the perils of winter motoring - and more from hawk expert Jay Marshall.
Steve meets personal trainer Sam Hewitt and Midford hawk enthusiast Jay Marshall.
Today with the Rev Dr Andrew Schuman from Stockwood and hawk expert Jay Marshall.
With the remarkable fund-raiser Sarah Williams and Midford hawk expert Jay Marshall.
Steve meets swimming coach Mark Beasley and invites your poems about saucepans.
Steve meets publisher and public speaker John Dawson and there's more bread-making.
Steve discusses the new stage production of South Pacific and there's more bread-making.
Steve chats to local wine writer Ben Austin and Southville artisan baker Mark Newman.
The man behind the Western Tutorial College and artisan bread-making in Southville.
Join Steve Yabsley for a lighter lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
Steve meets Rob Law - inventor of the Trunki - and discusses food with Roger Malone.
Today psychic pets and a trip to Ramshackle Farm to meet the legendary Evelyn Coles.
Steve meets cathedral enthusiast Mick Escott and a man with a passion for talking clocks.
Steve meets award-winning children's entertainer Amazing Eric and a subdued canary.
A visit to Wells Cathedral's Chapter House, poems about lorries, and Irish rock bands.