Neil Oliver finds out about conservation efforts on the largely uninhabited island. (R)
BBC Two England
Nicholas Crane visits Bamburgh in Northumberland, whose castle sits on a basalt crag. (R)
BBC Two except England, Yorkshire
Nick meets Peter Boggis, a man trying to save his home from coastal erosion. (R)
BBC Two except Yorkshire
Nicholas Crane discovers fossils and the early course of the Thames.
An aerial journey from Cardiff marina to Britain's smallest city.
1/8 Historian Neil Oliver discovers the history of the Victorian Channel tunnel.
BBC Two except England, Wales, Yorkshire
2/8 Neil Oliver meets one of the world's longest-living animals.
Neil Oliver visits Britain's largest container port. (R)
Neil Oliver explores the area around the Tyne, home of the monk the Venerable Bede.
Alice Roberts rediscovers an old and unusual walkway near Whitehead, County Antrim. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
Neil Oliver discovers the choughs which have recently returned to the Cornish coast.
Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers how lobster stocks are being sustained in Padstow.
The Coast team visit the biggest mussel fishery in the UK.
2/2 Neil Oliver revisits some of the defining moments from the two series.
BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue), Northern Ireland only
Neil Oliver takes the team to Cornwall, England's most coastal county. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales (Analogue), Wales only
Neil Oliver visits the scene of the Royal Charter sinking.
A visit to Anglesey in search of the longest-living creature on earth, the Arctic clam. (R)
BBC Two except Wales, Yorkshire
Patrick Winterton carried out a 750-mile kayak trip from Glasgow to the Outer Hebrides. (R)
Miranda Krestovnikoff meets the puffins of the Shiant Isles. (R)
Nicholas Crane and a team discover how the beach pebble makes detectives of us all.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Yorkshire
Nicholas Crane looks at the relationship between people and the sea. (R)
Nicholas Crane and a team of experts visit the Blackwater Estuary in Essex. (R)
Miranda dives into the Northern Irish lough to see the beauty of what lies beneath.
Neil Oliver travels the coast of the island of Arran. (R)
History of the island of Lindisfarne off the Northumberland coast in northeast England. (R)
Nicholas Crane visits Cape Wrath to join in a NATO military exercise.
Neil Oliver visits Britain's largest container port.
BBC Two Wales
1/2 Nicholas Crane looks back on the highlights of his epic journey around the UK coastline.