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Today with veteran saxophonist Gary Price and more from the American Museum near Bath.
A man who is going to snorkle around Britain and more from the American Museum.
A look at the Brabazon aircraft and the first in a new series at the American Museum.
Today Steve visits a llama farmer at Oakhill and presents your poems about rain.
Today with local poet Tony D'Arpino, fast food at Tog Hill and top Australian singers.
Today the amazing violinist Stuart Gordon and a look at delcious cabbage recipes.
Suzy Atkins discusses her book How to Make Your Own Drinks, and the history of Tog Hill.
Today with musician Rodney Branigan, a visit to Tog Hill and the launch of Cabbage Week.
Details of a Contemporary Crafts & Design Fair in Bath and your poems about cocktails.
Steve meets Glastobury massage expert Berkeley Wilde and the donkeys at Puxton Park.
Today Steve discusses corn circles and meets the birds of prey expert at Puxton Park.
Steve discusses hen nights, the lack of decent dinking fountains and visits Puxton Park.
Steve meets wild plant expert Kate Pressman and launches a new series at Puxton Park.
Today the show comes live from the very vibrant Kensington Baptist Church in Easton.
Steve has news of a briliant music contest and also continues his exciting bus trip.
Steve visits Huntstile Organic Farm and continues his bus trip along Stapleton Road.
Steve meets the founder of Barefoot Books and continues his bus trip along Stapleton Road.
Steve’s back with Fried Food Week. Plus a look at pick your own and a fab bus journey.
Join Steve Yabsley for a late lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
Join Steve Yabsley for a lighter lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
News of summer events on the SS Great Britain and Steve finally tastes some local wine.
Steve meets children's author Gill Lewis and discusses winemaking with John Conway.
Steve discusses personal fitness and winemaking and there's the top ten scenic railways.
Steve meets the Mendip Male Voice Choir, examines wine making & starts Woodpecker Week.
Chard author Victoria Fox discusses her racy debut novel and listener poems about clowns.
Computer advice with Dial-a-Geek Gildas Jones - and more from Secret World in Somerset.