All aspects of life on the water - leisure, business and sport - with record-breaking yachtsman Sir Robin Knox-Johnston. The H20 show reports on current events and meets the people who live, work or play on the water. The H2O Show is live at 1800BST every Thursday through the summer months.
Thu, 20 Nov 14
25 days remaining
On this week's free podcast, we pay homage to the hovercraft. Plus why the south's fisherman have stopped work, Gosport sea cadets bid farewell to their training ship Royalist and Condor announce their last sailing from Weymouth. We hear from a University of Southampton sailor, there's more on Portland's role in the great war, a National Coastwatch Station pays it's rent and we catch up once again with Sir Robin Knox-Johnston in the Route du Rhum. This podcast was produced by Neil Sackley
Thu, 13 Nov 14
18 days remaining
In remembrance week we look at the role of Portland Harbour in the Great War. Plus we hear from Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, HMS Portland visits her namesake port and a scale model of Queen Mary 2's funnel has been made by students in Eastleigh. Plans for the proposed Navitus Bay windfarm are revised and Poole harbour is to be surveyed. This podcast is produced by Neil Sackley
Thu, 6 Nov 14
11 days remaining
On this week's free download, work starts on the new Swanage lifeboat station. Also we hear the story of the scuttling of HMS Hood in Portland, fishermen say they've been hit by new restrictions on what they can catch and a former Queen Mary bell boy steps on board her successor. This podcast is produced by Neil Sackley
Thu, 30 Oct 14
4 days remaining
There's a chance to hear the series marking the Royal Marines 350th anniversary. Also, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston makes final preparations ahead of the Route du Rhum and Yarmouth welcomes its new harbour master. An online consultation looking at the future for Cowes Harbour begins and Chesil Sailability look ahead to the winter. This podcast is produced by Neil Sackley.
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