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Tom Fort's maritime journey first takes in Dover and St Margaret's.

Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

1. Where exactly do the North Sea and the English Channel merge,

and what did Noel Coward get up to at St. Margaret's?

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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022015052620150527 (R4)

In Eastbourne, the author recalls his own fishing exploits, which involved prawn hunting.

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Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

2. Wandering the 'shabby end' of the Royal Parade in Eastbourne, which

houses the fishing fleet, the author is reminded of his own fishing exploits.

This involved prawn - hunting..

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

0220150526

Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

2. Wandering the 'shabby end' of the Royal Parade in Eastbourne, which

houses the fishing fleet, the author is reminded of his own fishing exploits.

This involved prawn - hunting..

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

032015052720150528 (R4)

Tom Fort learns about King George and his bathing machine at Weymouth.

Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

3. Once upon a time on Cogden Beach near Chesil, 'a

mermaid was thrown up by the sea, thirteen feet long'.

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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042015052820150529 (R4)

Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

4. At Slapton Ley there are musings on Pallas sand grouse, ship-wrecks,

and 'Cornish sardines' - whose numbers turned the water black from

Lands' End to Bigbury bay..

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

042015052820150529 (R4)

Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

4. At Slapton Ley there are musings on Pallas sand grouse, ship-wrecks,

and 'Cornish sardines' - whose numbers turned the water black from

Lands' End to Bigbury bay..

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Tom finds out about hunting at Slapton Ley, sea wrecks and the life of the pilchard.

Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

4. At Slapton Ley there are musings on Pallas sand grouse, ship-wrecks,

and 'Cornish sardines' - whose numbers turned the water black from

Lands' End to Bigbury bay..

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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052015052920150530 (R4)

Tom Fort reaches Land's End, where a cream tea is enjoyed, but the place itself...?

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Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

5. The Looes. Then Lizard Point. Then Land's End, where a cream

tea is enjoyed, but the place itself?

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.

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Tom Fort's maritime journey, abridged by Katrin Williams, takes us from

the White Cliffs to Lands' End. About 675 miles in all..

5. The Looes. Then Lizard Point. Then Land's End, where a cream

tea is enjoyed, but the place itself?

Reader Jonathan Coy

Producer Duncan Minshull.