H2O Show - Sailing Life

H2O Show - Sailing Life

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.

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  • South Korea ferry capsizes. 20 Apr, 2014

    Sun, 20 Apr 14

    39 mins

    30 days remaining

    This week, a Southampton based salvage expert talks about the South Korean ferry disaster. Also, we have the fascinating story of Titanic band leader Wallace Hartley and his violin that was rescued from the north Atlantic. A fund set up to help fisherman hit by the winter storms has been opened, we hear from Richard Hunt who's paddling round the UK and from an author who is the great grandson of Poole Lifeboat's coxswain. There's news on The Wave project and Weymouth Sailing Club receive a boost from the National Lottery. The H2O podcast is produced by Neil Sackley.

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  • Round the Island Race. 13 Apr, 2014

    Sun, 13 Apr 14

    35 mins

    23 days remaining

    This week, news of a new sailing centre at The Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy funded by the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation. There's some timely safety advice from the Weymouth lifeboat crew and we remember the Royal Navy's role in the Battle of the River Plate. The RYA launch their Push the Boat Out weekend, we look ahead to the Round the Island Race and presenter Steve Harris tries his hand at windsurfing. The H2O podcast is produced by Neil Sackley

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  • Sir Robin Knox-Johnston to sail the Atlantic. 7 Apr, 2014

    Mon, 7 Apr 14

    37 mins

    17 days remaining

    This week, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston announces he is to compete in the Route du Rhum this November, and Richard Hunt sets off to break a kayaking record. Plus, The National Museum of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard launch three new visitor attractions, we hear from the designer of Cunard's Queen Mary 2 and find out why HMS Cattistock was in Poole The H2O podcast is produced by Neil Sackley.

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  • America's Cup news. 31 Mar, 2014

    Mon, 31 Mar 14

    21 mins

    10 days remaining

    On this week's free download, Sir Ben Ainslie talks about his plans to bring the Americas Cup to the UK. Also, Southampton's new container port is officially opened and we find out what a group of officer cadets from the Warsash Maritime Academy have been doing for charity. The H2O Podcast is produced by Neil Sackley.

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