THE Exmoor Radio Podcast

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...

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 9

The secrets of Simonsbath’s sawmill | Porlock cider-maker Marc Salter | The origins of the Exmoor accent | Winter wildlife walks...

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The Exmoor Radio Show – Episode 8

We discover Porlock Weir’s fascinating Boat Shed Museum | Santa Steam Specials On the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway | Lynmouth’s Boxing...

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Stories In Depth

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 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 Lynton And Barnstaple Railway’s Video Biographer

Trevor Garnham has been tracking the development of Exmoor’s narrow gauge railway through his videos.

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Winter Wildlife Walks At Watersmeet

Are you desperate to find something to do during ‘Twixmas’ – the period between Boxing Day and New Year? The National Trust has arranged a series of educational and interesting walks around Watersmeet.

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The Origins Of The Exmoor Accent

Can you work out where an Exmoor resident was brought up, just from their accent?

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Meet The Porlock Cider Maker

Exmoor Radio visits Ex-Press Cider. Marc Salter talks about his journey from America’s West Coast to West Somerset and the success of his craft cider, which is produced at Hawkcombe from locally grown apples.

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