Series meeting the people who live and work around Britain's port cities.
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Episode 2x3; Feb 27, 2018
Summer is crucial for the businesses along Brighton's seafront, including Jack & Neil Messenger's fish shop and chef Michael Bremner's new restaurant, while traditional seaside favourites Punch & Judy compete against new tourist attractions like British Airways' i360. In Sealife, the UK's oldest working aquarium, Joe Williams plans his team's raft for beach festival Paddle Round the Pier, while out at sea the south coast's first offshore wind-farm takes shape. Narrated by Rob Bell.
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