Monday, November 21st, 2022

For thousands of years Britain has been shaped by the sea, and our relationship with it has been a crucial part of the British identity and its development, history and culture. In BRITAIN AT SEA (Tuesday 29th – Friday 2nd, 8.30pm), David Dimbleby takes to the water in his beloved red-sailed boat in an attempt to chart Britain’s complex and passionate relationship with the sea, travelling along our coasts and waterways as he visits ports, forts and other places intimately associated with our waters, and explores art, music and literature inspired by it.
From Turner’s seascapes to traditional sea shanties, along the way he’ll uncover the artefacts and meet the people that tell the story of this island nation.

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