Martin talks about edible art in Tyntesfield. Plus he finds out why a Bristol crypt is being turned into a gallery. And he catches up with West country comedian Cerys Nelmes.
This week Lucy commemorates the start of the First World War. Plus poetry from First World War soldiers. And Lucy takes a wander up the bell tower of a church in Bath.
Graham talks to singer-songwriter Beverley Craven about her forthcoming new album. Plus a masterclass in cooking the perfect roast potato with ‘The Big Chef’ Peter Osborne.
Hear from Terry Mechan's special project about the titanic which he recorded for Swindon 105.5. Taunton's Tone FM has been talking to local woman who has written a book about ME Show more
This year we heard about the cancelling of Swindon's Mela - but now we hear that there will be a 'mini mela' - Plus we're talking to local artist Sukhi Singh Show more
Female genital mutilation has been in the news a lot recently, but what about the people who have suffered that experience? One woman shares her story with Kevin. Show more
Phillip Hunt presents the brass band music programme.
BBC Bristol joins 5 live for Up All Night.