Art

Living Off Grid In The Lyn Valley With Author Simon Dawson

Lyn Valley author, Simon Dawson, has developed a devoted following for his books, which share his comic observations and quirky stories about living off the grid sustainability at the Exmoor smallholding he shares with his wife Debbie.

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Author Jeff Cox On Spiritual Culbone

Culbone is a magical and spiritual part of Exmoor and Porlock resident Jeff Cox discovered this secluded valley by chance. Read More

The Art At Gallery @ 500 Feet In Lynton

Two years ago, Paul and Helen Ridgewell moved from Cornwall to Lynton and opened a gallery in the town’s Old Bank House.

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Exmoor Artist Melody Hawtin Shows Us Exmoor’s Vibrant Colours

We visit Exmoor artist, Melody Hawtin, in Porlock. Melody sees Exmoor’s colours unlike any other local artist.

She accentuates each hue to create a vibrant and brilliant representation of the moor. Melody can teach you how to paint, too! She hosts frequent courses at her studio at The Tannery, in the centre of the village. Soon, Melody will promote Exmoor in Northern Ireland, when her paintings are displayed at a major exhibition in Belfast.

Melody Hawtin

Exmoor Movie Premier Packs Lynton Cinema – We Meet The Animator Of ‘Louisa – An Amazing Adventure’

Lynton Cinema was packed over a weekend in January as locals caught a glimpse of Ken Blakey’s animated movie ‘Louisa – An Amazing Adventure’.

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Author Tracey Gemmell Talks About Her Love Of Exmoor

Author Tracey Gemmell will soon leave the cold winters of Wisconsin for the warmer climes of West Somerset. British-born Tracey has a yearning for Exmoor, which has grown stronger with each passing year. Porlock is pulling her across the ‘Pond’.

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The Exmoor Poetry and Short Story Contest

Do you love Exmoor so much you could write a story or poem about the area?

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Exmoor’s Unique Christmas Carols

Before mainstream media, isolated communities on Exmoor sung their own community’s seasonal songs.

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‘The Lorna Doone Trail’ With Author John Burgess

R D Blackmore’s Exmoor-based novel, Lorna Doone, was published in 1869 – almost 150 years ago. Journalist John Burgess isn’t surprised that it still remains popular today. He believes the book contains all the elements of the perfect story. Read More

Lynton Artist And Gallery Owner Polly Skye

Exmoor Radio meets Lynton artist and gallery owner Polly Skye. Read More