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Coast series four: Watch, listen, learn...

Updated Monday, 27th April 2009

The new Coast journey takes us further than ever before - covering our neighbours' shorelines as well as our own. Follow some of the stories.

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Some of the stories explored by the booklet which accompanied the series:

The red cliffs of Teignmouth

The red rocks forming the steep cliffs of South Devon have a fascinating history.

Life of eels

The life history of the European eel Anguilla anguilla.

Nuclear shores

Nuclear power is a matter of interest - and contention.

Sea in a shell

Why can you hear the sea when you put a shell to your ear?

Who goes there?

Migration stories are a daily news staple.

Norwegian fjords

The fjords of Norway are one of its greatest attractions and they dominate its rugged coastline.

Puffins on Lundy

Lundy is a small island located in the Bristol Channel.

Permission to play

Oh, we do like to be beside the seaside.

Want to go even further?

Why not pursue your passion with an Open University course?





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