Mark Kermode reviews Cradle Of Champions.
Paul Jackson explores how TV reflects cultural changes: Pot Black.
The octogenarian Ama of Japan dive to the sea bed, without equipment, to gather food.
Josie Long celebrates the pleasures of chess as she rekindles her own love for the game.
A recreation of the final descent of the great Russian freediver, Natalia Molchanova.
Surfer Helen Scales goes in search of the perfect man-made wave.
Are the skills you need for stand-up comedy the same as those you need for sport? Really?
Nikesh Shukla asks Dr Deborah Jump how effective boxing gyms are at reducing offending.
Writer Charles Sprawson reflects on his life as he copes with advancing dementia.
Following Ollie Monroe as his beloved trampoline club is forced to shut down.
Can the world’s greatest swimming instructor teach a terrified 57-year-old to swim?
Thurso’s surfing community on why their reef break is one of Europe’s best waves.
Chocolate, swimming and sport: life working at the Cadbury factory in Bourneville.
Trainer Peter Stanley prepares Simon Corcoran for his professional boxing debut.
A portrait of life in Gaza through the eyes of a group of young Palestinian surfers.
Every year more people try to swim the English Channel. Jolyon Jenkins joins the dreamers
A close encounter with the street chess players of Washington Square Park, New York.
Wild swimming enthusiast Alice Roberts examines the legacy of Waterlog by Roger Deakin.