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Jonathan Camp discusses the hidden language of paintings and fish talk with Sally Pizii.
Matt Brierley discusses his comedy dinosaur show and there's angling with Sally Pizii.
With evolutionary biologist Ben Garrod, Aardman’s Peter Lord and your poems about discos.
With the top harpist John Dalton and Aardman’s Peter Lord - who'll discuss The Pirates!
With the Bath author and illustrator Ella Frances Sanders - and Aardman’s Peter Lord.
With the fashion designer Fleur Turner & a look at the making of the Sledgehammer video.
With the Irish singer John McNicholl and Aardman’s Peter Lord in conversation.
News of Holly Hedge Animal Sanctuary, gin making on Durdham Downs and poem about rhinos.
Jenny Chandler discusses her book - 'Cool Kids Cook' - and Andy Hamilton goes foraging.
Theatre news with St Alban's Players and food foraging on the Downs with Andy Hamilton.
Visits to Bleadon Hill with John Thorne, and Bristol Downs with forager Andy Hamilton.
Jonathan Ray sits in with a lighter lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
Richard Lewis sits in with a lighter lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
Emily Chiswell sits in with a lighter lunch with plenty of laughs along the way.
Top band Cut Capers, the forgotten wartime mules of Keynsham and poems about smoking
With artist & framer Mike Ogden & a visit to Albert Mill in Keynsham with Richard Dyson.
With poet and nature lover Mark Hamilton & a look at the history of Keynsham High Street
With the Bath author and illustrator Ella Frances Sanders and a visit to Keynsham Abbey.
With communications expert Professor David Miller and a look at the Romans in Keynsham.
With top wildlife TV producer Peter Bassett, sweet peas and your poems about elastic.
Keggie Carew discusses her debut book Dadland and there's more sweet pea information.
Charity fundraiser Myra Batey looks back at her life - and sweet peas with Peter King.
With the author Rosemary Dun - and another visit to Somerset Sweet Peas in Minehead.