SEASON  6

Episode 22 (25 min,  August 2011)

What changes will you make? by Monterey Bay Acquarium

Why don't animals just evolve to survive this rapidly changing world?

  Crab 101 by Randy Pedersen

everything you wanted to know about crabs but were afraid to ask

 Crabs by Nancy Sefton

Pop Quiz: what crab is this?

 Eggs on the Beach by John F. Williams

Discover some of the invisible features of our shoreline.

 Interview with Karlista Rickerson by John F. Williams

What are the favorite resort and dive spots of this local living legend?

Flamingo in rising water

Red rock crab
Harbor seals
SEASON  5

Episode 21 (27 min,  September 2010)

Oren Skoog and the Santa Monica Bay Keeper by Starcrest Productions

The fate of forests of kelp are in the hands of these divers.

Southern California Diving by Walter Marti

There is quite a variety of types of place to dive off the Southern California coast, and the variety of creatures  there boggles the mind.

Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking Project by wallop

How do we figure out what fish are going where?

Boeing Sea Horses Photo Shootout  edited by John F. Williams

Best photos from this dive club's 2008 photo competition.

Just Hanging Out by John F. Williams

Spend some quality time with our underwater neighbors





SEASON  4

Episode 20 (25 min,  October 2009)

Team Giant Pumpkin by Randy Pedersen

What better way to celebrate Halloween than to watch an underwater pumpkin carving contest?

Who Lives in Puget Sound by Nancy Sefton

Two animated kids discover what's below the surface of Puget Sound.

Episode 19 (24 min,  August 2009)

Return to the Chaudiere by Marlene Lowden, Coast Cable 11

On the surface, and under the surface, we will see some of the history of diving — techniques used more than 60 years ago.  The setting is reminiscent of beating swords into plowshares — a Canadian military ship turned into an artificial reef that provides additional habitat for sea creatures as well as an attraction for divers that boosts the local tourism industry.

SEASON  3

Episode 18 (23 min,  December 2008)

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (1 min)
The plight of native oysters in Puget Sound.

You Say You Don't Like Oysters, poem by Janet Knox, video by John F. Williams (2 min)
Another look at oysters: through the lens of poetry.

Trickle-Down Theory  by bublnoyz (2 min)
What have we learned from history about caring for our waters?  (2 min.)

Attack of the Sea Slugs by Champ Williams (6 min)
If you've never thought slugs are scary, you've never been on their menu.

Noise by bora bora (6 min)
There's nothing like a day at the beach -- unless you live there!

The Secret Weapon by Champ Williams (2 min)
 When things are looking their bleakest, help comes from a surprising place.

Episode 17 (23 min,  October 2008)

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (1 min)
Orca Network watches the movements, births, and deaths of orcas in Puget Sound..

A Sheltered Sea by Coyote Films & The Baum Foundation (6 min)
How do we protect our oceans in the face of increasing pollution and demand for resources?

They Come  by Walter Marti (3 min)
Squid gather to mate, and their predators know it.  (3 min.)

Blue Waltz by Walter Marti (3 min)
If you've never seen jellyfish dancing, this might surprise you.

Artificial Reefs in BC by John F. Williams (5 min)
Not trains, but boats and planes are homes for underwater creatures.

Just Hanging Out by John F. Williams (2 min)
Spend some quality time up close with Puget Sound inhabitants.

Episode 16 (24 min,  August 2008)

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (1 min)
Local travel expert and TV host Rick Steves speaks about Puget Sound.

Oregon's Ocean Legacy by Greenfire Productions (16 min)
How do we protect our oceans in the face of increasing pollution and demand for resources?

A Year Under the Pier  by Walter Marti (3 min)
The strange creatures under the pier might be your neighbors  (3 min.)

Episode 15 (26.5 min,  June 2008)

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (1 min)
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance keeps an eye on pollution.

Our Puget Sound Friends by John F. Williams (11 min)
Talented 3rd grade class created a quilt that shows various Pacific Northwest underwater creatures

Just Goofing Around by Anastasia Laity (3 min)
This award winning short video visits some of the colorful underwater creatures just below the southern edge of the Pacific Northwest

Dots of the Sea by John F. Williams (8.5 min)
Dots bring colorful images of underwater life to those of us stuck above the surface

Episode 14 (23.75 min,  April 2008)

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (two 1 min shorts)
From art to sewage -- see how these influence Puget Sound.

Dan Hershman's Underwater Photos by John F. Williams (6.5 min)
Here's your chance to get inside the head of a professional photographer

Ft. Worden Artificial Reef by John F. Williams (9 min)
Swim along on a tour of a reef near the Pt. Townsend Marine Science Center

Muck Diving Magic by Roger Roth (3 min)
Exploring the sea floor in Papua New Guinea

Episode 13 (25.4 min,  February 2008)

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (two 1 min shorts)
a couple of local legends share their thoughts about Puget Sound.

     2006 - 2007 Retrospective by John F. Williams (12 min)
A tribute to the scores of folks who have generously helped make this TV series possible.

     Dive-Around-The-Clock by John F. Williams (8 min)
A new pair of divers enter the water every half hour to raise money for children's cancer research.  Some underwater sights near Redondo Beach, Washington.

SEASON  2

Episode 12 (25.25 min,  December 2007)  

Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (two 1 min shorts)
An ecosystem stressed to its breaking point and a famous local figure tells us what we can do in our own gardens to help.

     Photos & Drawings by Jan Kocian (4 min)
Some Pacific Northwest underwater creatures captured on film and caricatured by a very talented artist and underwater photographer.

     Eddie & the Hagfish by Mary Lynn Price (5 min)
Someone has to eat the dead bodies!  Slime, slime, slime.

     The River Runs Red by Charlie Oldfield (2 min)
We'll tag along on the arduous upstream journey that sockeye salmon make in order to reproduce.

     A Cultural Journey by John D. Brooks, NOAA (7 min)
Science and traditional knowledge work together in National Marine Sanctuaries along the U.S. West Coast. 

Episode 11 (25.5 min,  October 2007)  

 
     
Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (two 1 min shorts)
Salmon are the iconic food of this region, and Art Wolfe is the iconic photographer

     Divin' the Deep Green by Walter Marti (5 min)
Visit the critters in the green waters of the North American west coast

     Scientists at Sea by John D. Brooks, NOAA (7 min)
visit National Marine Sanctuaries along the U.S. West Coast.  Look over the shoulders of scientists from the NOAA as they peer beneath the water's surface

     Togetherness in the Red Sea by Roger Roth, Sea Views
(4 min)
Swim around the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula

Episode 10 (28 min, August 2007)  

 
     
Puget Sound Matters by Jenny Cunningham, KCTS (1 min)
See what TV weatherman Jeff Renner has to say about Puget Sound.

     Derelict Fishing Gear by Norhwest Straits Commission (13 min)
What's being done about the abandoned fishing gear that keeps killing fish in Puget Sound?

     Seals For Real by edward snyders (6 min)
Swim with fur seals off the south African coast -- how will they survive large scale harvest?

     Blue Crab Blues by F. Allen Vogel, Sea Views
(4 min)
What sort of movie can be made underwater by an individual without SCUBA?  Turn your sound system up for this one!

Episode 9 (25 min, June 2007)    

     Robots of the Sea by John F. Williams (16 min)
Underwater vehicles, built by high school students, undergo sea trials, sending back video images from below the surface.

     Discovering Hidden Habitats by John D. Brooks, NOAA (6 min)

Much larger underwater vehicles capture images of creatures living a mile below the surface.


Episode 8
(26 min, April 2007)

    Return of the Plankton, Part 4 by Snow, Williams, Claiborne (8 min)
Explore Winter, the last of 4 seasons underwater in Puget Sound
    Fishy Woo by Karen Perry (6 min)
Turn off your mind and sink beneath the waves.  This video introduces Neptune to surrealism.
    Little Skittle Lost by Nancy Sefton (10 min)
A crab's quest involves many of it's ecosystem partners

Episode 7 (27 min, February 2007)

    Guardian of the Reef by Galbraith & Williams (6 min)
Mermaids will soon be having company -- see the reef's new reef guardian.
    My Favorite 720 Foot Dive by Walter Marti (5 min)
An artificial reef that's larger than Seattle's Space Needle
    The Sunken Barges of Lake Tahoe by Jerry Seawell (5 min)
Old cargo barges preserved in fresh water are now dive destination
    Return of the Plankton, Part 3 by Snow, Williams, Claiborne (8 min)
Explore the third of 4 seasons underwater in Puget Sound

SEASON  1

Episode 6 (27 min, November 2006)

    Photos and Drawings, Part 2 by Jan Kocian (4 min)
Ever wish your photos looked a little more like what you remembered seeing?
    Innerspace Romance by Roger Roth (4 min)
Bright, dark, shallow, deep -- even underwater species can be seen creating future generations
    Beach Seining by John F. Williams (5 min)
Bright, dark, shallow, deep -- even underwater species can be seen creating future generations
    Return of the Plankton, Part 2 by Snow, Williams, Claiborne (8 min)
Did you know there are seasons (and spiders) underwater?

Episode 5 (27 min, August 2006)

    Photos and Drawings, Part 1 by Jan Kocian (3 min)
Ever wish your photos looked a little more like what you remembered seeing?
    Sixgills Up Close by Scott Boyd, Tani Iwashita (3 min)
Who's watching whom?
    Searching for Sixgills by Seattle Aquarium (10 min)
Learning more about these large, sleek, Jurassic carnivores
    Return of the Plankton, Part 1 by Snow, Williams, Claiborne (8 min)
Did you know there are seasons (and spiders) underwater?

Episode 4 (25 min, June 2006)

    Hopkins Deep by Lionel Pawlowski (4 min)
Creatures on the edge of the of Monterey Submarine Canyon
    Hood Canal: Challenging Profusion by John F. Williams (14 min)
What's amiss in Hood Canal?
    Alaskan Inside Passage by Mary Lynn Price (5 min)
Go north for some wild sights
    The Gobies by Roger Roth (1 min)
A brief diversion to Papua New Guinea

Episode 3(25 min, April 2006)

    Night Shift by Steve Fisher (4 min)
Creatures of the Night from the waters of Washington and British Columbia
    Lingcod Nesting by John F. Williams (10 min)
Where (and when) do you find 3 foot long fish guarding eggs?
    Angler by Cameron Snow (3 min)
Fish leap from the pages of this book by paper engineer Linda Costello
    Counting With Reef by John F. Williams (5 min)
Audubon Society members aren't the only volunteers counting wild animals

Episode 2 (25 min, March 2006)

    Sights in the Sound by Valerie Lyttle (5 min)
A 5 minute visual tour of Puget Sound creatures
    On the Catalina Mako by Roger Roth (10 min)
Is California really in the Pacific Northwest?
    Karlista’s Animal Art by Karlista Rickerson (3 min)
Underwater Abstractions
    Just Jellies by Valerie Lyttle (4 min)
Creatures from another planet?

Episode 1 (26 min, January 2006)

    Northern Nudibranchs, by Ray Izumi (5 min)
What if sea-slugs dressed in clown outfits?
    Squid Spawning by John F. Williams (10 min)
You'll want to watch this mating dance!
    Poetry Video, a videopoem by Karen Perry (1 min)
The music came third.
    Magnificent Soup by Mike Boom (3 min)
We could be in the tropics!?!?
    Stories Through Photos by Nancy Sefton (4 min)
Bits of the Inside Passage and surrounds.



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