Wake up to an early mix of music and chat, plus the morning's papers with Joe Lemer.
Tracey Howard from Chard speaks to Charlie about the day she was left for dead.
Charlie Taylor speaks to young cricketers to see why they like cricket.
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Dom Bess speaks to Matt Faulkner after being called up for the England Test team.
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Charlie Taylor's documentary looking at the history of King Alfred the Great.
Somerset captain Tom Abell talks to Charlie Taylor about his unexpected bowling success.
Andy Bennett sits in. Start your Somerset day with morning travel, weather, news and sport.
Simon takes your calls plus the best gossip from the county.
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Claire kicks off your Somerset day with the morning travel, weather, news and sport.
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