Coast 2010 - Watch, listen and learn

Updated Thursday 15th July 2010

Our fifth journey around the coastline of Britain - and beyond. Supplies of the free guide have dried up, but you can still explore the stories.

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Surfing and the perfect wave

The prefect wave is the stuff of legend amongst surfing communities...

The Whin Sill

The sill is just part of the range of rocks which make up the British Isles...

Seahenge

Our prehistoric ancestors lives are sometimes glimpsed...

Clydebank

Once the home of shipmakers, what future awaits Clydebank now?

Crude oil and troubled waters

Cleaning up our modern mess...

Heligoland

A stopover for migrating birds...

Soothing sounds of the sea

You can enjoy the sea by just listening...

Sea cliff climbing

You have to sort out your head before you scramble up the face...

And, finally...

Our Coast experts gather together to remember their time on the series.

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