The team travel down the north east coast. Miranda Krestovnikoff manages to get out to Bass Rock and Neil Oliver investigates a legend in Cullercoats. Show more
Neil Oliver is in Hull to retrace the footsteps of 19th-century immigrants who passed through the port on their way to a new life in the New World. Show more
Mark Horton discovers how William the Conqueror taught the English how to construct castles and why William looked to Normandy for the Tower of London's stone.
Coast breaks new ground with a spectacular journey following the southern shoreline of Ireland, from the Old Head of Kinsale to Ardmore.
Neil Oliver searches for sea eagles, recently reintroduced to the island of Canna. Kate Rew hunts for the marvellously titled bone-eating snot flower. Show more
Mark Horton is on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, reliving the first Viking raid on our shores. He hears how the Norsemen galvanised the warring Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. Show more
Coast heads into the wild Atlantic to the Faroe Islands, where Neil Oliver discovers how romance blossomed during the Second World War's 'Operation Valentine'. Show more
Miranda Krestovnikoff goes to Wexford in search of the rare white-fronted geese, and Dick Strawbridge takes a ride on 'Brunel's Folly'. Show more
Beginning at the famous Oyster Festival in Whitstable, Neil Oliver ventures offshore to the remarkable Red Sands Sea Forts. Show more
Victorian postcards reveal Rhyl's glory years to Hermione Cockburn. Plus Neil Oliver finds out about the people who manned Liverpool's famous dockyards. Show more
Natural history programme. Coast explores the spectacular shoreline of Norway to discover Britain's age-old link to the land of the fjords. Show more
Alice Roberts visits a processing plant that supplies a fifth of Britain's gas requirements via the world's longest sub-sea pipeline. Show more
Kate Rew, an outdoor swimmer, explains why swimming along the coast is the perfect antidote to the stress of modern life. Neil Oliver explores the Kent marshes. Show more
In Waterford, Alice Roberts learns how to make glass from sand. Neil Oliver visits the oldest intact operational lighthouse in the world at Hook Head. Show more
The Coast team continue to explore coastlines around the world.
Neil Oliver films a scene from The Mayor of Casterbridge using an antique camera, to reveal how pioneers in Brighton made movies long before Hollywood. Show more
Neil Oliver travels to the Faroe Islands to discover how romance blossomed for British soldiers and Faroese women during the Second World War's Operation Valentine. Show more
A look around the coast of the British Isles. Mark Horton visits Rottingdean to look over Rudyard Kipling's garden wall. Show more
Nicholas Crane seeks out the story of a tiny harbour which played a big part in making a mountain of money at Parys Mountain, and Amlwch Port which served it.
At RAF Valley in Anglesey, Neil Oliver discovers if he's got the 'right stuff' to fly fighter jets as he takes to the sky with an instructor from the RAF's pilot factory. Show more