3/8 Coast travels from the jagged mountains of Arran to the English border at Gretna. (R)
BBC Two except Yorkshire
Neil Oliver explains the history and climb of the spectacular 450-feet-tall sea stack. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland, Yorkshire
Nicholas Crane unearths the story of massive mudslides in Lyme Regis. (R)
Although Orkney's crime rate is low, one slippery thief is stealing lobsters - the octopus (R)
In 1826 messages went from Holyhead to Liverpool in seconds without pigeons or Morse code. (R)
Historian Neil Oliver is given access to HMS Vanguard and helps check it's seaworthy. (R)
Aerial journey along the Jurassic coast from Sandbanks to Britain's most famous lighthouse (R)
Alice Roberts goes to Weymouth, Lyme Regis and Torquay. (R)
An aerial journey from Cardiff marina to Britain's smallest city. (R)
Nicholas Crane watches the naming of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary's support ship Cardigan Bay (R)
Aerial journey along the Jurassic coast from Sandbanks to Britain's most famous lighthouse
Neil Oliver takes the team to Cornwall, England's most coastal county. (R)
Aerial journey from the island of Mingulay along the the Outer Hebrides to St Kilda. (R)
Mark Horton investigate the current perilous state of our seaside piers in Lowestoft. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Yorkshire
The team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue), Northern Ireland only
Dublin, Belfast and Derry feature on a spectacular odyssey along Ireland's lush coast. (R)
Nicholas Crane discovers evidence of a giant tsunami that reshaped the Shetland coast. (R)
3/8 Neil Oliver travels from Southport to Whitehaven and makes a visit to the Isle of Man. (R)
BBC Two except Wales (Analogue), Wales, Yorkshire
Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers how lobster stocks are being sustained in Padstow. (R)
Neil Oliver finds out about conservation efforts on the largely uninhabited island. (R)
Nicholas Crane investigates the freak floods of 1953. (R)
Neil Oliver discovers the choughs which have recently returned to the Cornish coast. (R)
The settlement of the Scots at Strangford Lough and the treacherous channel of Torr Head. (R)
The story of the Scottish warrior clan chiefs who challenged the king in the 16th century.
BBC Two Scotland
8/8 Alice Roberts explores Jersey's post-war transformation into a honeymoon island. (R)
Alice Roberts rediscovers an old and unusual walkway near Whitehead, County Antrim.
Nicholas Crane and a team of experts visit the Blackwater Estuary in Essex. (R)
The Coast team visit the biggest mussel fishery in the UK. (R)
Neil Oliver visits Britain's largest container port. (R)
Nick meets Peter Boggis, a man trying to save his home from coastal erosion. (R)
Nicholas Crane explores the coast of south Wales.
Nicholas Crane visits Bamburgh in Northumberland, whose castle sits on a basalt crag.
7/8 The Coast team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia. (R)
7/8 The Coast team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia.
BBC Two Wales (Analogue), Wales only