BBC Somerset joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Knightstone Housing is spending £28m to redevelop 500 homes
15-year-old Becky goes to a youth group funded by Children in Need
George, from Wells, was part of a walking entry at Shepton Mallet Carnival
The charity CLOWNS is using Children in Need money in West Somerset
Miranda Litchfield from Radstock Museum tells the story of mine engineer James McMurtrie.
Volunteers in Wells are trying to match 3,000 names to the bodies in a cemetery.
Somerset bowler Craig Overton tells Charles Dagnall about hoping to play in an Ashes Test
Andy Bennett sits in to take your calls plus the best gossip from the county.
Jack Murley sits in. Start your Somerset day with morning travel, weather, news and sport.
Avon and Somerset Police's gun surrender and Queen's 70th wedding anniversary.
Wellington Heritage at Risk Manager and Craig Overton.
Claire Carter broadcasts from Wellington School before day one of the walk.
Join the team at Doniford Bay Holiday Park for the end of day two of the walk.
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