Miranda Krestovnikoff goes diving in search of cuttlefish off the West Sussex coast. (R)
BBC Two Wales
5/8 In Anglesey, Neil Oliver takes to the sky with an instructor from the RAF's pilot factory. (R)
BBC Two England
17/23 Neil Oliver is introduced to the joys of Victorian-style sea bathing in Ilfracombe.
6/8 The experts explore the wild west coast of Ireland, from Galway Bay to the Fastneck Rock.
Nicholas Crane watches the naming of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary's support ship Cardigan Bay
5/8 Between Dublin and Derry, Miranda Krestovnikoff watches a unique horse race by the sea. (R)
A look at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
2/23 Mark Horton learns how William the Conqueror taught the English how to construct castles. (R)
Nicholas Crane explores Northern Ireland's rugged coastline. (R)
16/23 Nicholas Crane crosses the Solent to England's largest island - the Isle of Wight. (R)
3/8 Neil Oliver casts his own bronze sword and explores the site of the Welsh Great Escape. (R)
15/23 Neil Oliver visits Glensanda, the site of Europe's biggest super-quarry. (R)
6/8 Coast takes a shore-to-shore route through the heart of Scotland on the Caledonian Canal. (R)
14/23 Neil Oliver reveals how pioneers in Brighton made movies long before Hollywood. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
The team journey to Saltburn, a resort founded by the Victorian entrepreneur Henry Pease. (R)
13/23 The team are travelling down the UK's north east coast.
4/8 In Cork, Neil Oliver explores Titanic's last port of call. (R)
5/8 Coast visits Ireland's northwest coast, exploring Galway, Clifden and Clew Bay. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
Miranda Krestovnikoff searches for the biggest sharks in British waters.
13/23 The team are travelling down the UK's north east coast. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
Nicholas Crane canoes the treacherous Menai Straits.
BBC One Scotland
11/23 Alice Roberts visits a plant that supplies a fifth of Britain's gas requirements. (R)
4/23 An outdoor swimmer explains why swimming along the coast is an antidote to modern stress. (R)
1/8 Neil Oliver visits Whitstable and ventures offshore to the remarkable Red Sands sea forts. (R)
4/8 On the south and west coasts of Wales, exploring Skomer, Porth Oer and Harlech Castle. (R)
Neil Oliver battles the elements on a lost golf course designed by golfer Tom Morris. (R)
3/8 Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland