Fri, 7 Mar 14
30 days remaining
7 months into the Clipper Round the World race we hear from a Cowes skipper leading the team "OneDLL". The mother of a Weymouth fisherman - who died when the boat he was in sunk off Portland Bill - is calling for all fisherman to wear their new personal flotation devices. And a new book tells the stories of our pioneer submariners.
Fri, 28 Feb 14
23 days remaining
The Mary Rose museum gets the royal seal of approval, HMS Westminster returns to her home port of Portsmouth after six and a half months at sea, and the anti-piracy barrier designed by a Lee on Solent couple gets the attention of a huge global shipping company.
Fri, 21 Feb 14
16 days remaining
Sir Ben Ainslie and Sarah Ayton talk about the start of the Extreme Sailing series in Singapore. Portland's 'Sail for a fiver' scheme gets the green light for another three years thanks to a generous donation and Portsmouth gets set to welcome back three warships that have been away on global deployments.
Fri, 14 Feb 14
9 days remaining
Olympic sailor and silver medalist Stuart Bithell tells us what it was like competing in the Sailing World Cup and the North American Championship.And a seafarer who was docked in Portland and was facing a nightmare situation back home in the Philippines has been helped to return to his family with the aid of volunteers from a maritime charity.
Fri, 7 Feb 14
2 days remaining
This week, we hear from one of the few men still alive to have served on board HMS Penelope, the famous Portsmouth warship which sank 70 years ago. Also, ahead of the Extreme Sailing Series, we meet one team testing their mettle in the solent.
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