The Wave Project is the country’s first-ever surf therapy charity, helping young people find resilience through the sport.
On the coast of Cornwall, one woman is empowering locals to discover a sense of agency – through the power of surfing.
Is it possible to live life on the edge and still be completely chill? We caught up with James Parry, one of Britain's most influential surfers, to pick apart his zen approach to riding waves.
From high class beginnings to the myths of inked up criminals, tattoo historian Dr Matt Lodder plots out a history of British body art.
Surfers Against Sewage co-founder Chris Hines gives Huck an insight into how surfing can be a powerful tool to fight for the environment.
Huck meets the family who make London's famous Blue Plaques - which mark where famous figures lived across the capital, in our latest short film.
A journey through Britain's most remote, and world-class, waves.
In his secluded Cornwall workshop, Paul Reisberg learns more about the world with each wooden surfboard he creates.
The Challenger's Almanac is a new annual publication that gives advice on how to slip big business and do creative things your own way.
Founders of new Cornwall-based community initiative Giftwood Projects think learning to build a surfboard can be a life-changing experience.
Cornish craft duo are upcycling old materials to create functional workwear and accessories for their fellow makers.
Photographer Mark Leary tells us a little bit about his new surf book, Salt + Wax.