Nicholas Crane visits Bamburgh in Northumberland, whose castle sits on a basalt crag. (R)
BBC Two Wales
16/23 Nicholas Crane crosses the Solent to England's largest island - the Isle of Wight. (R)
Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
Miranda Krestovnikoff searches for the biggest sharks in British waters. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Neil Oliver visits the Isle of Man, and Alice Roberts examines quicksand at Morecambe Bay. (R)
BBC HD & BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven. (R)
Nicholas Crane investigates the freak floods of 1953. (R)
Neil Oliver visits an Atlantic sea monitoring station off the coast of Galway.
BBC Two Scotland
Neil Oliver visits an Atlantic sea monitoring station off the coast of Galway. (R)
BBC HD & BBC Two except Scotland
17/23 Neil Oliver is introduced to the joys of Victorian-style sea bathing in Ilfracombe. (R)
A look at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory. (R)
Mark Horton discovers how 13th-century Harlech Castle would have looked when it was built. (R)
From Dublin to Belfast, a look at how the sea has shaped the island of Ireland.
5/23 Victorian postcards reveal Rhyl's glory years to Hermione Cockburn.
Nick Crane goes sea cliff climbing on the remarkable rocks of Anglesey. (R)
BBC HD & BBC Two
A visit to the Atlantic shore of Ireland's north west coast.
The Coast experts journey along the stunning south coast of England. (R)
Neil Oliver visits Chapel Bay Fort in Milford Haven.
Neil Oliver is in the Channel Islands and kayaks over to Les Ecrehous. (R)
10/23 The Coast team continue to explore coastlines around the world. (R)
Nick Crane explores the violent history of smuggling around the Gower Peninsula. (R)