Some memorable moments from the Big Blue coverage.
An interview is cut short when, against all odds, the team spot a Blue Whale live on air.
The Goldbogen lab of Stanford University reveal more incredible footage on-board whales.
Matt Baker has to charm an albatross hoping to star on Big Blue Live. Will she succumb?
A looping sea otter pup in a bath tub. You're welcome.
Steve Backshall dives into the waters of Monterey Bay with sea lions.
Hannah Rosen of Hopkins Marine Station updates us on the eyeball identification
Liz Bonnin reveals deep sea creatures filmed by Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.
Whilst on location in California the Big Blue Live team captured this footage.
Matt Baker gets a bit too close for comfort with a giant pacific octopus.
A film showing the amazing and adorable work of Monterey Bay Aquarium's sea otter team.
The view from the NOAA authorised Whale Entanglement Team racing to save a humpback.
To study lunge-feeding behaviour blue whales are tagged with cameras.
Jacqueline Miller from the Royal Ontario Museum shows off a massive blue whale heart.
Exactly how big is the ocean? Hugh works out the maths.
The staff of Monterey Bay Aquarium introduce their favourite sea-life facts.
Richard Taylor-Jones investigates the stranding of a sperm whale in Pegwell Bay.
A sculpture of two life-size whales, made from 70,000 old plastic bottles.
Making a splash about Big Blue Live
Mark Carwardine outlines just how hard whale spotting can be. But…