My Mile Of The River

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012009021520091214

Chris Tally Evans evokes the sights and sounds of the River Wye as it flows yards from his garden in Rhayader in Mid Wales.

Chris investigates a fungus which offers nature's vegetarian alternative to chicken, strolls through ancient woodland on the banks of the Wye, hunts for a yaffle and listens to the dusk chorus.

He finds you don't have to be in the middle of nowhere to get away from it all.

Chris investigates a fungus which offers nature's vegetarian alternative to chicken.

Chris Tally Evans finds a fungus that offers nature's vegetarian alternative to chicken.

02*2009022220091215

Chris Tally Evans evokes the sights and sounds of the River Wye as it flows yards from his garden in Rhayader in Mid Wales.

It is summer on the River Wye, and Chris reports on the two-person wheelbarrow championship as it races through a ford, listens to the Wye Valley Axemen and witnesses the coronation of the Carnival Queen.

Chris Tally Evans reports on the two-person wheelbarrow race through a ford.

Chris reports on the two-person wheelbarrow championship as it races through a ford.

03*2009030120091216

Chris Tally Evans evokes the sights and sounds of the River Wye as it flows yards from his garden in Rhayader in Mid Wales.

Chris walks the banks of the Wye and discovers how important the river has been to the economy of the town of Rhayader - legally and not so legally. Stories of tanneries, mills, flannel works, electricity and poaching.

Chris discovers how important the Wye has been to the economy of the town of Rhayader.

Chris walks the banks of the Wye and discovers how important the river has been to the economy of the town of Rhayader.

04* *2009030820091217

Chris Tally Evans evokes the sights and sounds of the River Wye as it flows yards from his garden in Rhayader in Mid Wales.

On a freezing autumn morning, Chris watches at dawn for otters.

On a freezing autumn morning, Chris watches at dawn for otters. And on a freezing morning, he invokes the sights and sounds of his patch as the town wakes up.

05 LAST*2009031520091218

Chris Tally Evans evokes the sights and sounds of the River Wye as it flows yards from his garden in Rhayader in Mid Wales.

Chris enjoys the extremes of weather as winter grips the Wye.

Chris Tally Evans enjoys the extremes of weather as winter grips the Wye.