We're on the coast by the Marine Hotel in Hornsea, speaking to Deputy Station Manager Alan and watchkeeper Gerry at the National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) in Hornsea to find out more about what they do.

We speak to Alan about the dangers of high tides, and the sheer weight of stones and rocks that can be churned up by big waves is a real danger that many are not aware of. We also find out how you can support them as a charitable organisation.

We find out more about the safety role of the National Coastwatch Institution, which is manned all year round by volunteers. They need to raise money to keep their services going, and save lives at sea by being 'eyes along the coast' and support the Coastguard. Have a listen to find out more.