Come for a walk along Britain's windswept coastline with the people who have made their lives at the edge. Each week, Liverpool Echo journalist Laura Davis discovers a different stretch of landscape, joined by those who make it special - from a widower finding friendship through a dog walking club on the beach to the street artists revitalising a faded seaside town.
Tides, time and interrupted breakfasts
Today's walk is around Bidston Observatory, an unusual building in which the world's tides were calculated, including those for the D-Day Landings. It's now an artistic research centre and is being restored to its former glory. Presented and produced by Laura Davis
The unexpected movie star
This week we're taking a walk through Formby pinewoods to the beach to find out about it being used as a location for many films, TV shows and adverts - including some behind-the-scenes secrets.
Running away to the fairground
Norman Wallis comes from a long line of fairground entertainers. He takes us on a tour of Southport Pleasureland, which he now owns and used to run away to as a boy.
A lot of trouble for a duck tea
This week we're discovering a 17th century duck decoy, hidden inside a copse of woods in the middle of waterlogged fields. It was once used to catch birds for the local lord of the manor's banquets.
The small team with big ambition at Otterspool
Come with us to the banks of the River Mersey on a cold, windy evening where South Liverpool FC are making plans to regain their giant reputation.
An avalanche of bichon dogs at Crosby Beach
While most people are enjoying Sunday lie-in, around 75 bichon dogs and their owners are heading for their monthly mass walk on Crosby Beach.
A little known beauty spot at Burton Mere
Find out why 1,000 birdwatchers descended on the RSPB reserve at Burton Mere on the River Dee estuary and the lengths they're prepared to go to spot a rare species.
Street artists in New Brighton
Discover how a neglected seaside street became an Instagram star thanks to world-famous street artists who have travelled hundreds of miles to paint it.
Liminal - Trailer
Find out about the Liverpool Echo's new podcast Liminal, featuring the stories of people who have made their lives along our coastline