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, 18 Sep 14
28 days remaining
In the final show of the current series, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory-Leigh look ahead to Bart’s Bash. They hear from the founders and ambassadors of the foundation, Sir Ben Ainslie CBE, Iain Percy OBE and Paul Goodison MBE. Also from from clubs taking part in New Zealand, Australia and in the United States of America. Plus reporter Neil Sackley visits the Andrew Simpson sailing centre to see how the project is helping the next generation of sailors.
Thu, 11 Sep 14
21 days remaining
Shelley Jory-Leigh takes H2O to the Royal Air Force yacht club in Hamble. Meeting commodore David Le Mare, she finds out how the club operates ahead of a major regatta and what plans they have for the new haven. Also the new coastguard operations centre opens in Fareham, she learns how to mend a sail and there’s a preview of the Southampton Boat Show.
Thu, 4 Sep 14
14 days remaining
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory-Leigh are in Stokes Bay ahead of the P1 Superstock and P1 Aqua X championships. Plus Dee Caffari talks about the Volvo Ocean Race and it's the Little Britain Challenge Cup.
Thu, 28 Aug 14
7 days remaining
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory-Leigh welcome "Miss Isle" Natasha Lambert to the studio. Also this week, Warsash skipper Ian Walker looks ahead to the Volvo Ocean Race. It’s Cowes Classic powerboat weekend, Poole teenager Nathaniel Gordon talks about his aspirations and Lymington Sailability have a taster day.
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