Nicholas Crane investigates the freak floods of 1953. (R)
BBC Two Wales
Neil Oliver leads the team to St Ives in Cornwall, England's most coastal county.
BBC Two Scotland
7/8 Coast explores the spectacular shoreline of Norway.
Mark Horton looks at London's maritime history to find out if it's a true coastal city.
The Coast experts visit a spectacular marine reserve off St Abbs and the Bass Rock.
BBC Two England, Scotland only
The team journey to Saltburn, a resort founded by the Victorian entrepreneur Henry Pease.
Zoologist Miranda Krestovnikoff reveals some rockpool secrets. (R)
BBC Two except Yorkshire
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven.
The Coast team visits the vast, windswept mudflats of the Solway Firth. (R)
Hermione Cockburn looks at the rate at which the sands around Southport are disappearing.
Neil Oliver explains the history and climb of the spectacular 450-feet-tall sea stack. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Nicholas Crane retraces the steps of smugglers in Robin Hood's Bay. (R)
5/8 The experts visit a marine reserve and report on rust's threat to the Forth Road Bridge. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Yorkshire
Nicholas Crane explores the coast of south Wales. (R)
Neil discovers why Pendine Sands was briefly tagged the fastest place on earth. (R)
BBC Two except Wales, Yorkshire
Dick Strawbridge looks at World War II's secret and disastrous Operation Tiger. (R)
8/8 Neil Oliver visits the bustling port of Rosyth to explore Britain's global sea trade. (R)
BBC Two England
From Dublin to Belfast, a look at how the sea has shaped the island of Ireland.
8/8 Neil Oliver visits the bustling port of Rosyth to explore Britain's global sea trade.
BBC HD & BBC Two except Yorkshire