Brittany Parker always dreamt of being a surfer but there was one problem – she lived in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 6,000 ft above the sea. Determined not to let that hold her back she discovered a surprising scene in the Rocky Mountains and has become one of its most fervent ambassadors.
China's reputation, especially of late, is often overshadowed by censorship and state control. But it's also the site of a flourishing new skate scene. Huck explores these two disconnected worlds through the eyes of Shanghai-based pro skater Johnny Tang.
No animal quite captures our imagination like sharks. In Journey From the Source: Episode III we visit Jupiter, Florida, to meet a shark diver who swims, cage-free, with the ocean's top predator every day. His advice? Never turn your back on a shark.
Just 15 miles outside Washington, DC, one of America’s most dramatic stretches of natural whitewater explodes into focus. Journey From The Source: Episode II tells the story of a man who has paddled it for 30 years. And the glory, and tragedy, that has accompanied him along the way.
The Paris attacks pushed Brussels into the centre of Europe's debate about immigration, intolerance and radicalisation. Ursulines skatepark offers a refreshing counterpoint, here kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.
He’s almost 50, he's got asthma, he’s about 235 pounds, and he's also a world-class athlete. Meet 'Kraken', the sea monster – a Finnish freediver who only realised he had the makings of a national champion in his late 30s.