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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 14

We discover Allerford’s historic forge and blacksmiths, who are getting orders from around the globe | The ancient job of an Exmoor lengthsman | Take a dip at the Exmoor Open Water Swim at Wimbleball | The art at Gallery @ 500 Feet in Lynton | Take a Valentine’s Day challenge on the Cliff Railway

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Valentine’s Day Challenge On The Cliff Railway

The Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway has a special challenge for couples on Valentine’s Day.

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 13

Meet the team behind Snowdrop Valley at Wheddon Cross | New plans for Withypool’s vintage filling station | StarTrek – all night orienteering across Exmoor | Fascinating discoveries at Dunster’s archaeological dig

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New Plans For Withypool’s Vintage Filling Station

Tony Howard owns the 1950s vintage former filling station in Withypool. It’s one of Exmoor’s most photographed sites and Tony reveals that a celebrity has posed in front of the pumps.

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StarTrek – All Night Orienteering Across Exmoor

Paul Williams of Ilfracombe’s Rotary Club tells Keri Jones of Exmoor Radio about an eight or sixteen mile orienteering challenge overnight on Exmoor.

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Fascinating Discoveries At Dunster’s Archaeological Dig

At the end of January, Dunster residents learned about the discoveries that the Dig Village archaeology project had made in their village.

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Snowdrop Valley At Wheddon Cross

Exmoor Radio visits Snowdrop Valley near Wheddon Cross to see the flowers out in bloom and meet Eric Norman, who chairs the Parish Council committee that oversees the event.

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Meet The Owners Of ‘Devon’s Best B&B’

Highcliffe House in Lynton is officially the best B&B in Devon! Soon, owners Jason Broughton and Neal Cobb will find out whether their business is the best in the Southwest, too.

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Win Prizes With Your Photos Of Dunster

If you have an interesting picture of Dunster, you could win prizes with it, including a stay at the Luttrell Arms or a photography course with a professional based in the village.

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Meet The Colourful Exmoor Border Morris Dancers

Lynton enjoyed a street performance from The Exmoor Border Morris Dancers recently.

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Preview Of Exmoor’s Fifth Annual Food Fest

If you love locally sourced food or enjoy eating out then you need to know about the Exmoor Food Fest.

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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....

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 12

We visit Exmoor artist, Melody Hawtin, in Porlock. She sees Exmoor’s colours unlike any other local artist | Find out what’s new at the fifth annual Exmoor Food Fest next month | The Exmoor Border Morris Dancers perform in Lynton. We discover the secret of their blue face paint | Win prizes with your photos...

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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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Visit One Of Britain’s Best Pubs – In Dulverton

The Good Pub Guide has named Woods Bar in Dulverton as one the top ten pubs in the UK. Again! And the pub has been declared ‘Wine Pub of the Year’.

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Dunster Festival Returns For 2019 With A Special Performance For Parents

The first Dunster Festival was a success, so it will return for a second year in 2019.

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Another Success For Porlock Gig Club As They Buy Their First Boat

Porlock Weir Gig Club has bought and launched their own gig rowing boat.

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The Sounds Of Silence – Why Exmoor’s Aural Soundscape Is Special

Mark Ferguson can enjoy the magic of Exmoor with his eyes closed! He has worked professionally as a sound recordist and is now recording our wildlife sounds for his PhD project.

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 11

An Exmoor-based animated movie shares heroic story of Lynton lifeboat | Dunster Festival returns for 2019 with a special performance for parents | Another success for Porlock Weir Gig Club as they buy their first boat | The sounds of silence – why Exmoor’s aural soundscape is special

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The Special Qualities OF Exmoor Horn Sheep Wool

If you had to live outdoors on Exmoor, and in all weathers, you’d become quite hardy. And that’s certainly one of the qualities of Exmoor horn sheep.

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Farming Blueberries On Exmoor

Most Exmoor locals and Exmoor lovers will have tasted the local fruit, Whortleberries. But Exford farmer Simon Keily decide to grow their relative – the blueberry – as a commercial crop.

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Identifying Exmoor’s Winter Trees

If you think that it is difficult to identify Exmoor’s broad leaf trees in the middle of winter, think again. Exmoor National Park’s Robin Offer will reveal how wildlife and fungi can help nature lovers recognise the different species of trees in Exmoor’s woodlands.

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The Exmoor Flag – Now Flown In One Of The Most Remote Places On Earth

Edward Christian dreamed up the idea for an Exmoor flag. Keri Jones went to meet Edward in his Brushford hotel and discovered that there are many rules and regulations to consider when deciding upon a regional flag.

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Exmoor’s Unique Handmade Paper Mill

Papermaking is in Jim Patterson’s Blood. He moved to West Somerset to work at Watchet’s paper mill and, when he was made redundant, he bought Roadwater’s 400-year-old former corn mill, Pitt Mill, as a base for his Two Rivers Paper Company.

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 10

Artist papers being hand-made in Roadwater on Exmoor | The story of the Exmoor flag | Identifying Exmoor’s trees in winter | Exford’s blueberry farmer | The special qualities of Exmoor horn sheep wool

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