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Pride of Somerset Youth Awards
BBC Somerset needs your help to recognise the county’s fantastic young people. (Read More...)
Catt and Auterac sign new Bath deals
Bath loosehead props Nick Auterac and Nathan Catt sign new contracts with the Premiership club. (Read More...)
Ford unsurprised by Hatley job links
Bath rugby head coach Mike Ford is unsurprised the club's forwards coach Neal Hatley is being linked to a role with England. (Read More...)
Clarke cool on Stewart-Yeovil links
Bristol Rovers assistant boss Marcus Stewart is favourite for the vacant managerial position at Yeovil Town. (Read More...)
Way ready for Yeovil challenge
Yeovil interim manager Darren Way says he is prepared for the challenge of guiding the club out of League Two's relegation zone. (Read More...)
Peaty and O'Connor win silvers
Adam Peaty and Siobhan-Marie O'Connor win silver medals at the European Short Course Championship in Israel. (Read More...)
Yeovil Town 1-0 Stevenage
Ben Tozer's late strike knocks Stevenage out of the FA Cup as Yeovil interim manager Darren Way's first game in temporary charge ends in victory. (Read More...)
Bristol City 0-2 Blackburn Rovers
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Bristol City and Blackburn Rovers. (Read More...)
Bath 11-13 Northampton
JJ Hanrahan's late penalty sees Northampton earn a narrow 13-11 win at Bath after an error-strewn, scrappy game. (Read More...)
Journalist McCullin's work displayed
A collection of war and landscape images by photojournalist Don McCullin go on display. (Read More...)
Being one of Doctor Who's scariest foes
What is it like to play one of Doctor Who’s scariest foes? (Read More...)
Seal pups named after Bond villains
An animal sanctuary takes in 30 seal pups hit by storms off the Welsh coast and names them with a James Bond theme. (Read More...)
Can F rating beat Hollywood sexism?
Could a new F rating - for films made by women or with major roles for women - help close the gender gap in the film industry? (Read More...)
Transgender woman leaves female prison
A transgender woman who was sent to a men's prison and then transferred to a female jail after a petition to move is released. (Read More...)
UK Hydrographic Office to stay in town
The UK Hydrographic Office will remain in Taunton following an assessment of the costs of moving out of its outdated premises. (Read More...)
Mum's homeless story inspires appeal
The "horrible" experience of spending Christmas on the streets inspires a Gloucester woman's campaign to collect shoeboxes of goods for homeless people. (Read More...)