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Dive Lectures

The Dive Lectures 2016!

We are delighted to announce that the Dive Lectures 2016, brought to you by the London Diving Chamber in aid of Scuba Trust, will take place on Wednesday 9th March, 2016, at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

2016 will mark our 17th Dive Lectures, held in support of the Scuba Trust, and we have an extra special line up of speakers for the occasion.

We are thrilled to present lectures from: international best-selling author Graham Hancock, wildlife biologist and Nat Geo Wild presenter Pat Spain, plus an enigmatic opening speech from avid diver Lord John Prescott.

Entrance will be free so please ensure that you help us to fill those Scuba Trust buckets on the night. This is the Trust's biggest fundraising event of the year so please do dig deep to make sure that we beat last years fantastic donation total.

Tickets are known to go extremely quickly, so register now to avoid missing out on your place.

Date: - Wednesday 9th March 2016

Time: - 7.00pm (doors open at 6.00pm)

Location: - The Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR

Graham Hancock

Graham HancockGraham is the author of newly released Magicians of the Gods, and of major international bestsellers The Sign and The Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, and Heavens Mirror. Alongside his books Graham has also appeared on major TV and radio shows discussing the culmination of years of research and on-hand dives at ancient underwater ruins, and as such has become recognised as an unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about humanity's past.

Graham's turn on the Dive Lectures stage is sure to be an exciting one as he presents new compelling evidence for a lost civilisation and for the global cataclysm that swept it from earth.

Pat Spain

Pat SpainPat is a wildlife biologist, marine biologist, adventurer, 13-year veteran of the biotech industry, a host of various TV series, and, most proudly, a cancer survivor. Pat is a regular on the Nat Geo Wild channel and can frequently be found traveling, exploring the world, living with indigenous peoples, and examining what it is about marine life that inspires budding scientists the world over.

Joining us all the way from Boston, USA for the occasion, we have no doubt that Pat's varied and legendary stories will make for a wonderful night to remember at the RGS.

Lord Prescott

Lord PrescottLord John Prescott will kindly be opening the 2016 Lectures and is delighted to be helping to raise awareness for all of the tremendous work that the Scuba Trust do. As an experienced diver himself, Lord Prescott is looking forward to enjoying a celebratory evening of diving with us.

Joining us all the way from Boston, USA for the occasion, we have no doubt that Pat's varied and legendary stories will make for a wonderful night to remember at the RGS.

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