6/13 Nicholas Crane cycles along Antrim's Coast Road. (R)
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven. (R)
Neil Oliver visits the scene of the Royal Charter's sinking and the Iron Men of Mersey. (R)
A visit to Anglesey in search of the longest-living creature on earth, the Arctic clam. (R)
Mark looks at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory.
BBC Two Scotland only
Historian Neil Oliver uncovers a real-life horror story on the Smalls Lighthouse.
5/13 Geographer Nicholas Crane travels from Liverpool to the Scottish Borders. (R)
BBC Two England only
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
4/13 This programme covers the Welsh coast, from Cardigan Bay to the Dee. (R)
The team journey to Saltburn, a resort founded by the Victorian entrepreneur Henry Pease. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
3/13 Nicholas Crane sees the dramatic Severn Bore before moving on to the coast of South Wales.
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
Mark looks at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory. (R)
Nick meets Peter Boggis, a man trying to save his home from coastal erosion. (R)
1/13 Nicholas Crane investigates the constructions at the front line of Britain's air defences. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
BBC Two England, Wales only
The team journey to Saltburn, a resort founded by the Victorian entrepreneur Henry Pease.
8/8 Alice Roberts explores Jersey's post-war transformation into a honeymoon island. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Nicholas Crane retraces the steps of smugglers in Robin Hood's Bay. (R)