Dungeness is one of the largest expanses of shingle in the world.
It is rich with some rare and unique species. There are many rare moths and plants and Dungeness also provides a home to the largest known population in Britain of the medicinal leech. The habitat is extremely delicate, it can be damaged simply by walking over it.
Sandi Toksvig talks to guests about the remote and barren landscape of Dungeness, the rare and diverse species which inhabit it and the nuclear power station which overshadows this somewhat bizarre wilderness.
Gillian Darley, Architectural historian Gillian is the author of many books, including 'John Soane: An Accidental Romantic' and 'Factory'. She appears regularly on television and contributes to the Financial Times and the Times Literary Supplement.
Niko Miaoulis, Landlord of The Pilot Niko and his wife Rachel bought the pub three years ago. They had travelled to the area for the last fifteen years and like so many others had fallen in love with the place.
Paul Outhwaite, RSBP Manager Paul works with the RSPB along the South East Coast, and has spent a lot of time around the Romney Marsh and Dungeness area.
Paul Sirman, Kent Folk Artist Specialises in songs of the sea. He will be singing live in Dungeness.