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Coming soon on National Geographic:

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Quote[/b] ]Just what drove Capt Carlsen to stay on his sinking ship for 12 days in a doomed attempt to try and save it?  Was he suffering a serious bout of denial, or was there a more valuable cargo than simply coffee and iron bird cages on board after all?  Fifty years on, an intrepid team of researchers set off for the bottom of the Atlantic to find out
Dunno about the bottom of the Atlantic, last time I heard she was sat in about 83m.... Should be good though.

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On its way, should have it soon & can't wait.

Interesting article in Diver by Leigh Bishop today about the Britannic expedition he did last year.  Slightly confused by the author's references to it being on telly under 'Inside Britannic' cos that's the GUE expedition that's aired recently.  Not an RB in sight.
 

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Hmmm.. Some difficulties with telly scheduling here.

Have a look at Leigh Bishop's site. According to his site, last year's Britannic Expedition is being shown on the 11th too, which is A Good Thing.

However the link to Nat Geo's schedule for the day What's on the 11th shows no sign of the Flying Enterprise (whee, managed to spell it right this time
).  This is A Bad Thing. Ah well, 1 out of 2 ain't bad. In fact it's still ferkin excellent.
 
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