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Scuba Diver Live has been running for several weeks now, but if you missed any of our exciting installments, never fear – you can catch up with all of our previous episodes on our YouTube Channel!

We will be back with our latest Scuba Diver Live session tonight – Tuesday 23 June, 8pm BST – when we are talking about wreck photography with Becky Kagan Schott and Jason Brown.

You can find all our previous episodes on our YouTube Channel, just waiting to inspire, educate and entertain you.

Mehgan Heaney-Grier – free diving records, big animal encounters and Hollywood stunt work.

Gareth Lock and Dr Laura Walton – human factors, psychology and diving.

Rasmus Dysted, Maria Bollerup and Pete Mesley – exploring undived caves in Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Warren ‘Sal' Salliss and Tec Clark – making a career out of diving.

David Diley and Bryan Stanislas – the world of underwater videography.

Paul ‘Duxy' Duxfield and Phil Medcalfunderwater photography masterclass.

Tim Clements and Marcus Rose – citizen science in scuba diving.

Lanny Vogel and Luke Inman – scuba diving in Mexico.

Divers Ready, 50ft Below and Girls That ScubaYouTube and diving, is this the future?

Andy Torbet and Chris Jewell – expeditions, cave diving, Thai cave rescue and TV/movie work.

Fourth Element, xDeep and Suunto – the design process of dive equipment.

Phil Short and John Kendall – cave diving.

Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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