BBC Programme Somerset
A Guide to Water Birds - Ducks
Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss find out how to distinguish one duck from another.
A Guide to Water Birds - Episode 1
Brett Westwood is joined by keen bird watcher Stephen Moss to identify wet meadow waders.
A Guide to Water Birds - Rails
Identifying Rails, including coot and moorhen, as well as a bird which squeals like a pig.
A Guide to Water Birds - Warblers
Identifying reed bed songsters, including the reed and sedge warblers.
Any Questions? - 25/09/2009
Eddie Mair chairs the topical debate from Wells in Somerset.
Food Programme - Spirits
Sheila Dillon tastes her way through the long tradition of turning fruit into alcohol.
In Hinkley's Shadow
Chris Ledgard visits Hinkley Point to sample life in the shadow of a nuclear power station
Nature - Series 3 - Episode 1
Brett Westwood encounters the large blue butterfly on the Somerset Downs.
On Your Farm - Intensive dairy farm
Adam Henson visits an industrial-scale dairy farm.
Saving Species - Episode 4
Brett Westwood examines the world of nature and the challenges of wildlife conservation.
The Living World - Herons
Lionel Kelleway travels to the RSPB's Ham Wall nature reserve to look for heron.
Wars of The Roses - Episode 1
Taunton joins its rivals at the National Seminar in Scarborough.
Wars of The Roses - Episode 2
Wesley asks the RHS Britain in Bloom judges what they are looking for.
Wars of The Roses - Episode 3
It is judgment day, as the town makes last-minute preparations before the final tour.
Wars of The Roses - Episode 4
The finalists gather for the results at a gala event at Chester Racecourse.
Weston's New Pier
Chris Ledgard traces the story of the rebuilding of Weston-super-Mare's Grand Pier.