Nicholas Crane explores Strangford Lough, and with the help of zoologist Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers the significance of the tidal torrent and marine species. Show more
Series exploring Britain's coastline. Neil Oliver discovers the story of the World War II freedom fighters who risked everything running the Shetland Bus. Show more
Series exploring Britain's coastline. Nicholas Crane canoes the treacherous Menai Straits to examine the bridges across to Anglesey. Show more
Alice Roberts explores Jersey's remarkable post-war transformation from Nazi-occupied stronghold to 'honeymoon Island'. Show more
Nicholas Crane explores the remote parts of the west coast of Scotland. He introduces Alice Roberts, who sees the Dounreay nuclear reactor being decommissioned.
Natural history series. Miranda Krestovnikoff dives into a marine reserve off St Abbs and Neil Oliver travels to North Berwick to visit the Bass Rock. Show more
Neil Oliver is in Cardiff's new marina, then travels to the beaches at Barry, talking about its popularity in days of old.
The team journey around the shoreline of East Anglia. Mark Horton investigates the state of seaside piers, while Alice Roberts tries to capture Southwold on canvas. Show more
Neil Oliver meets the man who designed the first hydrogen car in Unst. Neil also visits the old Baltasound Herring Station. Dr Alice Roberts unearths a mysterious skeleton. Show more
Alice Roberts goes to Weymouth, Lyme Regis and Torquay searching for the best sand and water combination to build the perfect sandcastle.
Nicholas Crane discovers evidence of a giant tsunami, a tidal wave which devastated Britain and reshaped the Shetland coast about seven thousand years ago.
Alice Roberts visits the Irish salt mines at Carrickfergus. In Ballintoy, she visits the unique Bendhu House perched on a cliff.
Neil Oliver explores the extraordinary story of building Britain's most famous lighthouse on the perilous Eddystone rocks.
Nicholas Crane explores the link between Britain's coastline and its citizens. He visits Bamburgh in Northumberland, whose castle sits on a basalt crag. Show more
Exploring the coast of South Wales, where the second highest tidal range in the world has had a huge impact on people's lives. Show more
Nicholas Crane and a team of experts explore Britain's coastline and the relationship between people and the sea. They visit the Blackwater estuary in Essex.
Miranda Krestovnikoff joins volunteers in an exercise on dealing with sea-faring mammals that become beached. Show more
Nicholas Crane explores the fishing communities in Scotland, who have found their lives drastically changed over the last ten years.
Nicholas Crane explores Northern Ireland's rugged coastline. He investigates how the building of the Antrim coast road mirrors the troubled history of the province.
Nicholas Crane explores the west coast of Scotland, paying a visit to the town of Tobermory. Miranda Krestovnikoff looks for whales off the Hebrides. Show more