Mercredi 27 Septembre à 20h00In this episode, we're in Nias, an idyllic island off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia. The island's Lagundri Bay is world famous for its towering, lengthy barrels. We're following the exploits of one Luke Dillon, an extremely promising, young, Cornish surfer, who made the trip with fellow Cornishman Jim Bergin, and photographer Paul Terry.
|Mercredi 27 Septembre à 20h00||dans 6 jours|
Mercredi 27 Septembre à 20h30In this episode, we're starting off in Denmark with one of the hottest places to go surfing in the world right now, Klitmøller, aka Cold Hawaii. We're keeping it chilly as we head to California for the Coldwater Classic. Then, the Surfing 4 Peace collective are bringing people together through this wonderful sport. Young filmmaker Jesper Jungell is then going to be introducing us to the breaks of California. Finally, we're reporting on the monster El Niño swell that is currently hurtling towards Southern California.
|Mercredi 27 Septembre à 20h30||dans 6 jours|
Mercredi 20 Septembre à 20h30This week we've got a special episode featuring every surfers most feared predator - the shark. We're speaking with our friends at the SeaLife London Aquarium, as well as pro surfers, Mick Fanning & Kelly Slater. We'll be taking a look at the latest shark prevention technology, as well as the rescue teams who are keeping surfers safe from sharks. Plus, we've got a profile of Markus, a really talented shaper.
|Mercredi 20 Septembre à 20h30||plus que 6 jours|
Mercredi 20 Septembre à 20h00Starting the show we take a look at how the charity One Wave uses surfing and the power of the ocean to transform lives. Next, we take in more breath taking scenery from down under and uncover the surfing scene at some of the most notorious beaches in Australia. Lastly, we check out some thrilling stand-up paddle surfing and follow the adventures of two brothers and surfing professionals, on their global search to discover the perfect wave.
|Mercredi 20 Septembre à 20h00||plus que 6 jours|