Pristine Seas Heads to the Mountains!

We are headed to Ascension Island, a tiny volcanic island in the South Atlantic, midway between Brazil and Africa.

Paul’s new BBC series, Yorkshire Wolds Way

Paul’s new BBC series starts Saturday 13th May at 7:30pm on BBC Two.

Rolex Awards for Enterprise

If you are between 18 and 30 years old with vision and a ground-breaking proposal that will help to expand knowledge of our world and improve the quality of life on the planet, apply for a Rolex Award in 2018

Paul’s new BBC series, Coastal Path

Paul’s new BBC series, Coastal Path, starts on Friday 18th November at 8:30pm on BBC Two

National Geographic Expands Global Grants Program

National Geographic Expands Global Grants Program, Funding Individuals and Ideas That Push Boundaries, Inspire Solutions.

Clipperton Islands: Beautiful, Powerful Surprise!

One of the world’s most remote tropical islands, the only atoll in the tropical eastern Pacific and is home to a highly energetic reef. Including things that bite!

Selvagens Islands: Amazing Creatures

From sea to sky, the creatures of Selvagens Islands constantly amaze the team.

BBC Pennine Way

A new four-part series celebrating the 268-mile Pennine Way to mark the National Trail’s 50th anniversary.

The Last Ice Area Project

Climate projections forecast the total disappearance of summer sea ice in the Arctic by 2040, with the exception of one place: the "last ice area," north of Greenland and Ellesmere Island in Nunavut.

UK Government approves world’s largest marine reserve around Pitcairn Island

The UK government intends to proceed with designation of the World's largest Marine Protected Area (MPA) around Pitcairn.

Seychelles: In Search of Hidden Wonders!

The oldest islands in the world, remote atolls untouched by humans, buried treasure, luxury destination, a wild place, and even golf balls made from fish food! Welcome to the Seychelles!

Paul's BBC Inside Out: Plastic Seas

Marine expert Paul Rose investigates for BBC documentary Inside Out and warns that the vast quantities of plastics which litter the UK's oceans are a real danger to sea life and also threaten humans.