Seascapes

Seascapes

Friday, 10.30 - 11pm

Seascapes Friday 3 November 2017

Seascapes - 3 November 2017

Seascapes - 3 November 2017

This week, Richard Nairn speaks about his new book, "Dublin Bay - Nature and History", published by Collins Press. Hugh Oram tells the story of Captain William Bligh. John Cooke reports from County Clare, where a campaign is underway to educate Eastern Europeans about the dangers involved in sea angling, following several drownings.

"Dublin Bay - Nature and History"

"Dublin Bay - Nature and History"

Richard Nairn speaks about his new book, "Dublin Bay - Nature and History", published by Collins Press.

Captain William Bligh

Hugh Oram tells the story of Captain William Bligh, of HMS Bounty fame, and his contribution to the development of Dublin Bay.

The dangers of sea angling

John Cooke reports from County Clare, where a campaign is underway to educate Eastern Europeans about the dangers involved in sea angling, following several drownings.

Information on water safety in a number of languages can be found here.

About The Show

Seascapes, the RTÉ maritime programme with Fergal Keane. Seascapes brings you around our coasts and onto traditional and modern boats and yachts for a taste of the great outdoors. Whether you are a trawlerman or a yachtie, Seascapes will be of interest to you.

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