Isle of Wight lifeboat volunteers are to appear on a national TV show next week.

BBC's Saving Lives at Sea will feature two Island RNLI teams.

On Thursday (November 30), camera crews follow Bembridge RNLI and Cowes RNLI.

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A synopsis for the episode, title Expect the Unexpected, reads: "On the Isle of Wight, the Bembridge crew face a race against time to save an old fishing trawler that’s become trapped on a submarine barrier, and is now taking on water.

"Just across the Island, the Cowes crew embark on a night time search for a missing jet skier."

Here's how to watch the Island RNLI teams in Saving Lives at Sea

To watch Cowes RNLI and Bembridge RNLI on Saving Lives at Sea, switch on BBC Two at 8pm on Thursday, November 30.

Or, the episode will be available to on BBC iPlayer shortly afterwards, HERE.

BBC camera crews filmed with Bembridge RNLI and Cowes RNLI last year.

Saving Lives at Sea follows ordinary men and women who volunteer with the RNLI, risking their lives every day to save others who are in danger.

Thursday's episode airs on BBC Two at 8pm.