A collection of radio programmes looking at our impact on the oceans.
Why has Australia failed to arrest the decline of the Great Barrier Reef?
Meet the people fighting to save the natural wonder of the world, the Great Barrier Reef.
Five of the Solomon Islands have already been lost to the sea. How are the locals coping?
Can Brexit save the British fishing industry? Tom Heap investigates.
Should we consider alternative ways to retire old oil and gas platforms?
Tom Heap visits New York to find out how the city is cleaning up its dirty waterways.
Professor Alice Roberts asks how ocean acidification will alter sea life.
Can Britain save the oceans by protecting its overseas territories? Tom Heap reports.
How noisy is the underwater environment? Tom Heap dips beneath the surface to find out.
Cleaning the seabed, one dive at a time. Miranda Krestovnikoff joins a new clean-up squad.
Tom Heap discovers how the islands of the Caribbean are preparing for rising sea levels.
Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of the UK's most enigmatic sea creature: the shark.
Tom Heap meets the activists hoping to bring an end to illegal fishing.
What fish can we expect in our seas in 2060? Tom Heap investigates climate change Britain.
Is it too late to save the healthy fish stocks of the Antarctic? Gerard Baker reports.