Connected with Charlie Taylor 12/12/2018
BBC Somerset joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Mark Hughes from Crewkerne speaks to Charlie Taylor about his Turkey Run.
Kerrison Preston speaks to Charlie Taylor about losing his grandparents in the 1940 crash
Charlie speaks to Eden Simpson, chairperson of the Somerset Multicultural Association.
David Milton, the Watchet town crier, joins Charlie to sing and have a natter.
Paull Robathan from the Taunton Deane Male Voice Choir talks to Charlie Taylor.
A woman from Shepton Mallet has taken in a grey squirrel
Charlie Taylor hears the stories of the 1890 and 1940 rail crashes in Norton Fitzwarren.
Claire kicks off your Somerset day with the morning travel, weather, news and sport.
Walking with the Ramblers, then running with Chard Running Club.
Simon Parkin with songs and memories from the best years of our lives.
Simon takes your calls plus the best gossip from the county.
Charlie meets the Cinderella cast at the Tacchi-Morris Arts Centre in Monkton Heathfield.
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Charlie gets engaged.
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