Neil Oliver discovers why a delegation from the US Navy visits Whitehaven every year. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
Nicholas Crane unearths the story of massive mudslides in Lyme Regis. (R)
Nicholas Crane explores Northern Ireland's coastline along the Antrim Coast Road.
BBC Two Scotland only
Alice Roberts goes to Weymouth, Lyme Regis and Torquay. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Mark Horton travels on Brunel's Great Western Railway along the stunning coast of Devon. (R)
In 1826 messages went from Holyhead to Liverpool in seconds, without pigeons or morse code
Nicholas Crane discovers evidence of a giant tsunami that reshaped the Shetland coast. (R)
Nicholas Crane travels along the south coast of Britain. (R)
BBC Two Wales, Wales (Analogue) only
Neil Oliver explains the history and climb of the spectacular 450-feet-tall sea stack. (R)
The story of the Scottish warrior clan chiefs who challenged the king in the 16th century. (R)
Nicholas Crane visits Cape Wrath to join in a NATO military exercise. (R)
Historian Neil Oliver uncovers a real-life horror story on the Smalls Lighthouse.
8/8 Alice Roberts explores Jersey's post-war transformation into 'honeymoon island'. (R)
BBC Two England only
7/8 The Coast team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia.
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland (Analogue) only
Nicholas Crane retraces the steps of smugglers in Robin Hood's Bay. (R)
Nicholas Crane takes a stroll around the churchyard of St Bridget's.
Zoologist Miranda Krestovnikoff reveals some rockpool secrets.
Highlights episode featuring topics relevant to the Geography curriculum at KS3 and 4. (R)
Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers how lobster stocks are being sustained in Padstow. (R)
Nicholas Crane explores the coast of South Wales. (R)
4/8 The team visits Cardiff marina, takes in the Gower Peninsula and finishes in St David's.
Neil Oliver visits Britain's largest container port.
Patrick Winterton carried out a 750-mile kayak trip from Glasgow to the Outer Hebrides.
The Coast team visit the biggest mussel fishery in the UK. (R)
Nicholas Crane and a team discover how the beach pebble makes detectives of us all.
Nick meets Peter Boggis, a man trying to save his home from coastal erosion. (R)