Brief visits to Britain's beautiful coastline
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Nicholas Crane visits Norfolk and discovers the effect the weather can have on sea levels.
Nicholas Crane discovers evidence of a giant tsunami that reshaped the Shetland coast.
Neil Oliver is in Cardiff's new marina, then travels to the beaches at Barry.
Neil Oliver meets the man who designed the first hydrogen car in Unst.
Mark Horton relives the first Viking raid on our shores in 793 AD.
Nicholas Crane explores the coast of south Wales.
Zoologist Miranda Krestovnikoff reveals some rockpool secrets.
Nicholas Crane and the team visit the coastal areas of Blackpool and Morecambe Bay.
Nicholas Crane explores the beautiful coastal area of Sefton Sands.
Miranda dives into the Northern Irish lough to see the beauty of what lies beneath.
Nicholas Crane retraces the steps of smugglers in Robin Hood's Bay.
Nick meets Peter Boggis, a man trying to save his home from coastal erosion.
Stone Age remains of Britain's first house are recovered by a team of archaeologists.
Nicholas Crane visits Bamburgh in Northumberland, whose castle sits on a basalt crag.
Nicholas Crane and a team of experts visit the Blackwater Estuary in Essex.
The team visit the limestone headland of the Great Orme in Llandudno, north Wales.
Neil Oliver discovers the choughs which have recently returned to the Cornish coast.
Neil Oliver visits the Irish capital on the Liffey.
Neil Oliver takes the team to Cornwall, England's most coastal county.
The team journey to Saltburn, a resort founded by the Victorian entrepreneur Henry Pease.
Alice Roberts visits the mines at Carrickfergus. In Ballintoy, she visits Bendhu House.
From Dublin to Belfast, a look at how the sea has shaped the island of Ireland.
Neil Oliver battles the elements on a lost golf course designed by golfer Tom Morris.
Patrick Winterton carried out a 750-mile kayak trip from Glasgow to the Outer Hebrides.
Miranda Krestovnikoff meets the puffins of the Shiant Isles.
Neil Oliver visits Britain's largest container port.
Nicholas Crane and a team discover how the beach pebble makes detectives of us all.
Neil Oliver finds out about conservation efforts on the largely uninhabited island.
Neil Oliver explains the history and climb of the spectacular 450-feet-tall sea stack.
Neil Oliver discovers how flotsam inspired Columbus's accidental discovery of America.
Miranda Krestovnikoff searches for the biggest sharks in British waters.
Neil Oliver visits a prehistoric fort on the island of Aran.
Neil Oliver discovers why a delegation from the US Navy visits Whitehaven every year.
The team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia.
Mark Horton travels on Brunel's Great Western Railway along the stunning coast of Devon.
Alice Roberts goes to Weymouth, Lyme Regis and Torquay.
Nicholas Crane unearths the story of massive mudslides in Lyme Regis.
The Coast experts journey along the stunning south coast of England.
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven.
Neil Oliver explores the extraordinary story of building Britain's most famous lighthouse.
A look at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory.
Alice Roberts boards a dredger to discover a precious resource: sand from the seabed.
Dick Strawbridge looks at World War II's secret and disastrous Operation Tiger.
Hermione Cockburn looks at the rate at which the sands around Southport are disappearing.
The Coast experts visit a spectacular marine reserve off St Abbs and the Bass Rock.
The World War II freedom fighters who risked everything running the Shetland Bus.
Nicholas Crane canoes the treacherous Menai Straits.
Neil Oliver is in the Channel Islands and kayaks over to Les Ecrehous.
Miranda Krestovnikoff learns how to deal with sea-faring mammals that become beached.