The story of the coastline of the UK and her near neighbours.
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Nicholas Crane ...  Self - Presenter 64 episodes, 2005-2015
Mark Horton Mark Horton ...  Self - Presenter 51 episodes, 2005-2015
Neil Oliver ...  Self - Presenter 50 episodes, 2005-2016
Miranda Krestovnikoff Miranda Krestovnikoff ...  Self - Presenter 50 episodes, 2005-2015
Alice Roberts ...  Self - Presenter 45 episodes, 2005-2011
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The story of the coastline of the UK and her near neighbours.

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All but one of the episodes in the first series ended with Nicholas Crane stating that in the British Isles, "Remember, you are never more than 72 miles from the sea!". This closing narration was part of a promotion for the tie-in BBC-sponsored walks and accompanying booklet, and was removed from many of the repeat showings. See more »

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Good.... With problems
26 January 2020 | by nickytannerSee all my reviews

Undoubtedly awe inspiring and interesting BUT..........strangely superficial and unsatisfying. Maybe if they spent less time constantly previewing and recapping they're would be much more content. 4 and a half mins in and they're still telling us IN DETAIL what they will be telling us in the show THAT WE ARE WATCHING


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