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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  • Sir Robin Knox-Johnston sets off for France. 23 Oct, 2014

    Thu, 23 Oct 14

    34 mins

    30 days remaining

    On this week's free download from BBC Radio Solent, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston sets sail for the Route du Rhum. Also Southampton University Sailing Club win the world championships, Trinity House are to renovate the former lighthouse keeper's cottages at Portland and one of Britain's maritime treasures is being restored in Portsmouth. A chocolate fleet is created to mark Trafalgar Day and Richard Hunt updates us on his charity fundraising. This podcast is produced by Neil Sackley

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  • America's Cup in Portsmouth? 16 Oct, 2014

    Thu, 16 Oct 14

    24 mins

    23 days remaining

    On this week's free download from BBC Radio Solent, the America's Cup series could be heading to Southsea. Also, the mother of a Weymouth fisherman who was lost at sea calls for a new law on life jackets, we have an an update on the kite surfing record attempt and Sir Ben Ainslie launches The 1851 Trust in Portsmouth. The annual shipwrights lecture takes place in Southampton, a D-Day landing craft is raised from beneath the waves in Liverpool, Clipper are on the look out for the skippers for their next race and the world's largest cruise liner arrives in Southampton This podcast is free - our terms and conditions can be found at bbc.co.uk/podcasts. The H2O Podcast is produced by Neil Sackley.

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  • Rescue in the Channel. 9 Oct, 2014

    Thu, 9 Oct 14

    24 mins

    16 days remaining

    On this week's podcast, a sailor is rescued from a yacht in the Channel. Also, a kite surfing record attempt takes place at Hayling Island, Helena Lucas helps Cowes based UKSA launch their schools training programme and Olympian Stuart Bithell tells us about life as a professional sailor. The H2O podcast is produced by Neil Sackley

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  • Alan Priddy's Eco-boat

    Sat, 4 Oct 14

    21 mins

    10 days remaining

    The Portsmouth ocean racer embarking on a new world record attempt. We hear about protests over proposals to charge users of the so-called Cowes Floating bridge. Olympic swimming champion Rebecca Adlington talks to us on a visit to the recently refurbished Fareham Leisure Centre. Plus a sailing race competitor who's only recently taken up the sport.

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