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H2O Podcast
Weekly
 
We meet the people for whom being on the water is a way of life. From sailing to cruise ships, power boating, windsurfing, canoeing and more this podcast has something for you.
 
Inspiring stories from the sport's biggest characters. Broadcast monthly.
 
The Kiteboarder Magazine produces print and online content about interesting stories in the world of kitesurfing. The Kiteboarder is the only kiteboarding magazine made by and for kiteboarders. Be sure to check out http://www.thekiteboarder.com
 
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F1 And Done
Monthly
 
This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
 
Listen in to Tips, Tutorials and Stories as I try to start a windsurfing business
 
Here Be Dragons. Your spot guide to the unusual kitesurf spots
 
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Niche Podcast
Daily+
 
Niche is a monthly podcast about unique interests hosted by Joey Lovato and Alec Meyerhoff, and based out of Reno, Nevada. Each episode Niche explores the world of a different topic that has a culture that has been built up around it. From the popular to the downright weird, Niche tries to find why people like what they like, and showcase their interest, hobby, career, fascination, activity, movement, or obsession. Between regularly monthly episodes we will release Niche Talks, which are int ...
 
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On this edition we hear from some of the sailors selected to represent Great Britain in the 2020 Tokyo games and Sir Ben Ainslie tells us about his brand new boat, designed and built with the aim of winning the America’s Cup.Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.email: h2o@bbc.co.ukBy BBC Radio Solent.
 
At last the battle for the 36th America's Cup gets real. Special edition from the Ineos TeamUK AC75 boat launch. Photos and videos of all teams' boats are on our Sailing Uncovered Youtube channel & FB page. Guests: Sir Robin Knox-Johnston@1'45 Giles Scott (Crew)@4'45 Ben Ainslie (Skipper)@12'30By Alec Wilkinson.
 
The J/70 is one of the most competitive sailing classes in the world. A relatively new class, the J/70 is 22 feet long and is sailed in 25 countries, predominantly in the United States and Europe. In 2019 the world championships were held in the UK for the first time.In this podcast you’ll hear from the international class association executive ...…
 
Steam Pinnace 199 was built in 1908 and was one of over 600 similar vessels used by the Royal Navy at the time.She is the last functional example of her type and as with many vessels and is fresh from her latest restoration in Gosport. As with so many examples of the historic fleet, 199 has quite a back story. Even down to her name.Podcast prod ...…
 
Gosport sailor Alex Thomson is on a mission to win the 2020 Vendee Globe. If he achieves his ambition, he will be the first British sailor to win the grueling race.In 2019 Alex took delivery of the boat that he hopes will sail him into the record books.In this podcast, find out what happened when Alex took the BBC's Tony Husband for a spin on t ...…
 
3 medals for British sailors in World Cup series in Japan and the GB rowers compete for Olympic places.Also, iFly15 has been in the Solent, Christchurch Sailing Club opens its new accessible facilities and Jeanne Socrates becomes the oldest person ever to circumnavigate the globe completely unassisted. Plus a flavour of the the Southampton Boat ...…
 
It'll be the Olympic Games' longest and toughest endurance event. The Mixed Two Person Offshore Keelboat will make history on its debut at Paris 2024 but who came up with the idea? Can it be a success? And what will it take to become Olympic champion in sailing's newest event? Guests: Matt Allen @40" (Pres Australian Sailing/Ocean&Offshore Comm ...…
 
The team at NCI Calshot keep an eye on one of the UK's busiest stretches of water from a unique vantage point, 112 ft above Calshot Spit.During daylight hours they maintain a continuous visual watch from Ryde to Cowes, from Fawley across to Netley. From kayakers to the ferries, personal water craft to sailors in Cowes Week or the Round the Isla ...…
 
On this edition we’re with some of the crews and skippers taking part in the 19/20 Clipper Round the World Race.Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.email: h2o@bbc.co.ukBy BBC Radio Solent.
 
This edition is in Cowes, the home of powerboat racing ahead of the 2019 festival.UKOPRA officer Dorian Griffith talks about powerboating under the new governing body, the history and the future of his sport. Race veteran Shelley Jory-Leigh reflects on her experiences of the Cowes - Torquay endurance race and the brand new team driving 'Pippa' ...…
 
This year, teams have been competing in the new SailGP series.It’s an International competition which is an America's Cup type in shore racing series. Having started in Sydney, the series went to San Fransisco & New York before landing in Cowes for the first European round.In this podcast, we go behind the scenes as the Great Britain team train ...…
 
Crossing two oceans on a voyage of medical discovery. Plus an Olympic champ's tips on making sailing fun for kids. Meet the sailors turned rowers crossing the Indian and Atlantic oceans to research Parkinson's and PTSD and double Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ayton explains how we can do more to help kids discover sailing. Guests:John Haskell & ...…
 
It’s 40 years since a storm ravaged the Fastnet race. Fifteen competitors and four others lost their lives in 1979 when gale force winds hit the fleet. Of the 303 boats that started from Cowes, only 87 finished the race. 5 sank and 22 were abandoned.The BBC’s Anjana Gadgil and Sally Taylor have been speaking to some of those who were involved i ...…
 
This episode teaches you how to steer...
 
Previewing the 48th Fastnet Race. Team GB’s Eilidh McIntyre and her bid for the Olympic squad, we’re on board the 4th new RFA tanker to come into service, Weymouth celebrates 150 years of its lifeboat station and a paddleboarder’s 1000 mile challengePodcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.email: h2o@bbc.co.uk…
 
With 143 yachts competing in 17 classes, the Cowes Classic regatta organised by the Royal London Yacht Club, is one of the most spectacular of the year.Racing was suspended on day 2 due the adverse weather conditions, but we caught up with the organisers and some of the competitors on Monday afternoon, following a near perfect opening day.Podca ...…
 
With a year to go to Tokyo 2020, Team GB sailors Giles Scott MBE and Hannah Mills MBE speak from the Tokyo Olympic venue. Romsey Sea Cadets appeal for their stolen kayaks and a couple of firefighters are in training for the 2020 Atlantic Row. Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.email: h2o@bbc.co.uk.…
 
On this edition, we mark the 40 years of the Drascombe Coaster.Produced and presented by Neil Sackley.Email:H2O@bbc.co.ukBy BBC Radio Solent.
 
Another windsurfing lesson, this time something completely different...
 
Sometimes completing the tack can be tough and will often result in the sail being backed and you ending up in the water...
 
On this edition we catch up with the Gosport based charity Oarsome Chance, new areas have been opened up on HMS Warrior 1860, an emotion homecoming and a team of submariners prepare for a 3000 mile row.Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.email: h2o@bbc.co.ukBy BBC Radio Solent.
 
Such an awesome time teaching a complete beginner today, the success of the session was largely due to using the tether to keep the session really controlled...
 
Offshore sailor Pip Hare talks about her 10 year programme to qualify for the 2020 Vendee Globe.Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.Email: h2o@bbc.co.ukBy BBC Radio Solent.
 
Tide was a huge factor today whilst teaching on the water today...
 
Meet the crew of a boat taking part in the 2019 blind sailing week.Podcast produced and presented by Neil Sackley.email: h2o@bbc.co.ukBy BBC Radio Solent.
 
On this edition, we’re at the Weymouth & Portland National Sailing Academy for the RYA Sailability Multiclass Regatta. Also, we hear from a family who had a luck escape when their yacht caught fire, The Jubilee Sailing Trust is in financial difficulties and we’re onboard as a tall ship imports goods into the UK – like in the olden days!Podcast ...…
 
let me know what you think is the most popular and up and coming water sport
 
I spent some time this evening paddle boarding, and found I could really clear my mind...
 
An easier tip for turning around and staying upwind on a windSUP
 
On this edition, the 2019 Round the Island Race, a SailGP capsize in New York and Princess Anne visits the hovercraft museum.By BBC Radio Solent.
 
What an absolute session, out in around 25 knots on the 5.7. Even decided to some preparation for forward loops...
 
Going down to Cornwall was exactly what I needed and really made me think about what's important to me...
 
If you've ever had a tough time with your harness lines this episode could help...
 
Another windy session. Ran into a bit of a situation trying to fight the tide getting downwind...
 
In this episode I take clips from a 5 hour session on the water and highlight the mistakes I made and how to fix them...
 
Hear from exhibitors at the Seawork International exhibition.By BBC Radio Solent.
 
When I get into the right mindset my success rate for completing moves is so much higher...
 
It's so weird to say but practicing your paddling technique helps so much...
 
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