Britain's Secret Seas, BBC2
The final fantastic episode of Britain’s Secret Seas was aired on Sunday, 29th May on BBC2. If you missed Sunday's programme - or any of the others in the four-part series - you can catch them again on the BBC iPlayer
The final fantastic episode of Britain’s Secret Seas was aired on Sunday, 29th May on BBC2.
If you missed Sunday's programme - or any of the others in the four-part series - you can catch them again on the BBC iPlayer
BBC2’s Britain’s Secret Seas is a stunning four-part series (aired from 8th May) that uncovers the dramatic, inspiring and at times surprising marine environment that surrounds the British Isles.
Over four weeks presenter and BSAC diver Paul Rose, marine biologist Tooni Mahto and archaeologist Frank Pope revealed that the seas around Britain are as every bit as colourful and extraordinary as the oceans around the world.
From seals, dolphins and basking sharks to reefs, wrecks, fascinating history and curious night-time predators – our small island is home to a vast array of underwater treasures just waiting to be discovered.
You can review clips from the series by clicking on the links below:
Frank Pope dives a
biogenic reef (01:32)
Lion’s Mane Jellyfish
Inspired by Britain's Secret Seas and want to learn to dive? Learnt overseas with PADI and now want to give UK diving a try?
You're in the right place! BSAC has long been in on the secret of how exciting our seas are to scuba dive - our members have been safely diving, exploring and enjoying Britain’s seas for more than 55 years - and we now want to share it with you.
We have friendly dive clubs all around the UK just waiting to get you started - with the right training and support, you could be very soon enjoying your own British diving adventure!
- Find your local scuba diving club (to either learn or try the UK way!)
- More on Learning to scuba dive
- Or call us FREE on 0500 947 202 and start a UK diving adventure of your own!
Britain's Secret Seas, BBC2, 8pm from Sunday, 8th May*
*transmission date could be subject to change
If you learnt with PADI (or similar) and fancy giving British diving a try - join us to give it a go!