Moira Hickey visits crofters working the machair, the Outer Hebrides' sandy coastal plain.
Digging out lambs in the saltmarshes of Morecambe Bay. With Caz Graham.
Alan Read explores the 'dreadful trade' on Shakespeare Cliff in Kent.
An exciting and revelatory soundscape following life between the tides on a sandy coast.
Beach chalet owners in Devon battle the authorities to rebuild after the storms.
Carolyn's fighting to save her home from falling into the sea.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson recalls his ascent of Skellig Michael.
A guide to the birds likely to be seen and heard on Britain's cliffs and crags.
Nature goes to Humberside to explore a 100-year plan to change the estuary.
Should we build golf courses on sensitive sand dunes? Peter Gibbs investigates.
Becky and Emily head for the coast, to fish for blennies and chase the outgoing tide.
Martin Palmer reflects on the spiritual responses evoked by cliffs.
An entertaining and informative guide to the wildlife of mudflats and salt marshes.
The first in a series of engaging guides to help identify some common coastal wildlife.
An entertaining and informative guide to the wildlife of coastal sea cliffs.
Five of the Solomon Islands have already been lost to the sea. How are the locals coping?
Brett Westwood explores the magic of the machair in South Harris. From 2004.
The geological history of the earth as revealed by three cliffs and some boreholes.