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List of The Harbour episodes
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- S1Ep4: 11/12/2012
In this episode, we're up at 4.30am to meet larger than life fish merchant Doug Rennie for his daily drive north to get the best prices at the Peterhead fish auction. He also has the big move to a new state-of-the-art fish processing factory to contend with. While The Highland Prince loads with vital supplies for a North Sea oil rig, on-the-job training for new pilot Ralph Greig serves as a jolting reminder that this is one of the most dangerous jobs in the harbour. And the Harbour chaplain's tireless work to open a Sea Farer's centre in Aberdeen finally pays off, but success is followed by a devastating blow...
- S1Ep3: 11/5/2012
In this programme, it's Ralph Greig's first day of training. He's being put through a tough test on the simulator ahead of stepping up to being a harbour pilot. Ex-sailor Ellen Haughland has her heart set on stepping into Ralph's shoes as a VTS controller. Can she become Aberdeen first ever woman in that role? Out at sea, the crew on the Bibby Sapphire are bracing themselves for "Mother Nature at her worst" as a force ten storm heads directly towards them. Meanwhile, in the Crown & Anchor, barmaid Val Morrison could never have expected to be serving a troop of Morris dancers...
- S1Ep2: 10/29/2012
In this episode: It's very rare to see the harbour closed, but abnormally high winds mean it's just too dangerous to stay open. Everything has to stop, but the delays cost thousands. Boatmen Alan Cowper takes his daughter to try out for Scotland's under-15 football team but faces an excruciating wait to hear whether she gets in. VTS controller Ralph Greig has decided a change of career is required, while out at sea on the Bibby Sapphire, saturation diver Terry Dearlove begins the lengthy process of decompression. With a North Sea storm looming, will he get back to Aberdeen in time to get home for his daughter's 18th birthday?
- S1Ep1: 10/22/2012
In this first programme of the series, the Harbour's best known barmaid, Val Morrison of the Crown & Anchor, is getting ready for a Halloween party in the pub. We meet the Harbour boatmen, a small close knit team of men who between them must ensure every boat is safely docked. And we're aboard the massive Bibby Sapphire as she heads out to sea, where saturation diver Terry Dearlove faces a tricky pipeline installation. When you're working 185 metres beneath the waves and living in a tiny pressurised chamber, it's the little things that mean a lot.