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 on air at 1700 BST every Sunday through the summer.
Sun, 12 Apr 15
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Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory-Leigh are in Portsmouth for the first show of the 8th series. They have an exclusive interview with ISAF vice-president Chris Atkins about the suspension of sailing from the 2020 Paralympic Games. They hear from the organisers of the Americaâs Cup World Series about how plans are progressing for this summerâs regatta. And they visit Ben Ainslie Racingâs brand new headquarters and talk to the 1851 trust.
Fri, 10 Apr 15
23 days remaining
This week we hear about a major donation to Swanage lifeboat station and we hear from two youngsters who won a place on the 15/16 Clipper Race.
Fri, 3 Apr 15
16 days remaining
This week, Sir Ben Ainslie backs the decision to reduce the size of the boats in the America's Cup. Also there's renewed hope for the reintroduction of sailing into the 2020 Paralympics and we hear from the crew member washed overboard in the 13/14 Clipper Race.
Tue, 31 Mar 15
13 days remaining
: In this week's round-up of nautical news, the American Navy takes over the Solent, Condor Ferries leaves West Dorset and we say goodbye to the ferry St Helen that’s retiring from service after 32 years. This podcast was produced by Chris Harris.
Thu, 19 Mar 15
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On this week's review, the Clipper skippers are announced. Also this week a new uniform for the Royal Navy, the search begins find the descendants of a boat crew sunk off the Dorset coast nearly a century ago and a port captain is needed in Dorset. This podcast was produced by Neil Sackley.
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