Know your enemy
Sweet like chocolate
Am I bothered?
Things bite back
Smoke on the water
We could be heroes
Infinity... and beyond
The geek inherit the earth
Back in the USSR
The long and winding rope
The simple life
The dining club
The age of the plane
Human after all
Getting down to underwear
Welcome to Sharmski
Jeremy clarkson - you're dead meat
Does nanny know best?
Touch it, smell it - you're in a dive shop!
The real mysteries of diving
Sun, Sea & Scandal
You're fit but my gosh...
Knowing me, knowing you
Where is the love?
It makes me so mad!
The world won't listen
Families and how to survive them
Love will tear us apart
Blown out with the lads
The land that time forgot
A proper diver
Anyone for arctic roll
UK skippers and images on the line
Vive la difference
Show us your monkey
Only one cure for the wintertime blues
Knickerless in Gozo
Surefire scheme to make £££!
Stop singing and pass the pizza
Zen and the art of SCUBA
You've got to have a system
I can behave as badly as anyone
Blissful ignorance of the vortex
What did you say?
Look at the guns on that
Why do they all say I'm paranoid?
My dive was better than yours
A hard man is good to find.
Be honest, we like that edge.
Save me from what I want
To wee or not to wee
Hell is other divers
Stars in my eyes
Used and abused
When having a mattress is upmarket
Yellow peril strikes back
Set to dive - but what to wear?
Fantasy diving League
The whiff of testosterone.
Surfacing with attitude.
The brave, the bad and the sad.
From unknown pleasures to binded joy
The sting is in the aftersales
Someone has to do it
Day one in the Big Brother wreck
Heart in the right place
A spot of wreckreation
Aiming low in Lundy
Voyage of THE SMOKING BEAGLE
Mixing my gases
A tale of revenge
The ultimate couch potato
The direction of a bend
Porridge and violins
Narked on celluloid
Divewear a la mode
Atlantis: myth or postcode?
You are not what you eat
Let's put the music back into diving
Risk-free diving? No thanks
It's cold and you can't get the staff
Overweight and underwater
Clueless in snaggle
Fitness is a question of balance
Innovations of the year
The action my wrist has seen
The fishes that made my name
The too-perfect mystery diver
Time plays strange tricks
The hard road to Lake Uz
Sharks are just biding their time
Letters they didn't want you to read
I don't want to be an extremist
Diving for the masses
It wasn't like that in my day
Holding the fort
If fish could speak
Diving, by Verona
Let your fingers do the talking
Where did I go wrong?
Jacuzzi or wastepipe? Tough call
Ambassador of cool
I like marine life with tartare sauce
The alternative divers
The discreet charm of the diving photographer
The game is up
So these are my favourite things.
The raw appeal of Balham
Coming to a cinema near you soon
Give me a break
You simply must go to Mungo
I won't hear a word against UK diving
The patron saint of dodgy b& bs
The poor sap at the wheel
My campaign for real reefs
Grey divers do it with great care
I'm perfect without doctors
How to make divers sound intelligent
Whatever happened to young Andy?
Who's been eating all the pies?
The shape of trips to come
We need to make a few sacrifices
I think i'm going technical
The thrill of the unexpected
Our friends in the north
What can i get you? Perfect storm?
Danger in the darkness
Dead in a real sense
Diving at random &
The bear necessities of spring
Fit in seven days or money back!
The branch that snapped
I'm not prejudiced, but...
In search of the perfect dive site
Deep on air - it's just a bit of fun!
Zen & the art of snorkel maintenance
Cuddling up with Zsa Zsa
Wreck diving: who needs it?
Oranges & Sue's legs
Bovi bank holiday horrors
Are you kidding me?
Two's a crowd
Putting our feet in it
'Fowl' play leads to AWFUL outcome
Fishy goings-on in pursuit of Trophy
'Daring Rescue Mission Marred By Key Member'
Branch meeting scrapes bottom
Faltering steps towards diving's greatest prize
Can this really be the last gasp?
Tory wets and a fish fest
Blairing the story
Infamous Five get the cold shoulder
There's a time and a place
Divers as objects of desire
Forged logbooks - it's big business
Don't believe everything you read
The colour of TV's money
Golden secret that just won't go away
Was insurance claim a load of rubbish?
A great night out under pressure
Accidents happen to the best of us
You just can't help some divers
How divers helped to trap a mouse
One man against the apocalypse industry
My new role - giving advice on boob jobs!
Shocking behaviour on the shotline
Out of the water stepped Frankenstein
Isn't this what a World Federation is for?
Wet and wonderful in Afghanistan
Don't let fat become a diving issue
Eat, drink, be merry - and travel while you can
Don't they know that dolphins are protected?
Work may need doing on our public image
Don't let dirty divers spoil our good name
Diving sinners and good sports
Twelve more Scyllas - you heard it here first
Who is the shot-stripping skipper?
Drifting into falsehoods
Want to make millions? Nothing to it!
Faking it with wrecks
Out of the cold, but are we satisfied? No!
Let's get more competitive
Whatever happened to shotline etiquette?
Mistakes and ladders
Planet Submariner goes lap-dancing
Enjoyed your trip? No-one else did.
When it comes to the crunchie
Leakage in London
If you like crowds, this is your year
Talking to hacks? Speak very slowly
Have you seen any offensive scuba-divers?
Do come again, it was a blast!
Walk taller as an advanced baller
The Ministry of Double Standards
When the rats met the dragons
Be careful where you hang out
Informed spectators at the bull-fight
Holiday divers targeted by criminal element
One rule for us, another for the archies...
Why the Leicestershire One should walk free
Treating ladies as objects is wrong
Skeletons in cupboard can rest in peace
Beware those good intentions
Heat's off wrecks - and on trainers
Entering a drug-free zone
Breaking the habit of a lifetime
When things start to go horribly wrong
Demonising sharks - hold the front page
High-flying Gnasher puts owners to test
The case of the corpse that wasn't
Invitation to small bounty hunters
When two heads are better than one
Riding the wild surf
Where do I stand on wrecks?
Take a copywriter. Place in disgrace
Seals to the rescue
The camera doesn't lie - or does it?
Flood alert? Call in the divers!
Method in minehunter's madness
So nice to hear from you, Mr Bond
Accused film-maker asked to shell out
Minefield day for politicians
Dopes on a rope
Crisp crunchies from a blue lady
To log or not to log, that is the question
I get results - and fast
The good, the bad and the merciful
How the Sabs hit St Abbs
The colour of love
Statue of limitation on brass booty
Who would harpoon Prince Charles?
Archaeologists make major breakthrough
Shame works better than rough justice
Get used to getting used
Nutter on the M2
Yes, Deputy Prime Minister
Hats off to the Great Mutineers!
They're small, they're round, they're scary.
We're off to dive in Whales.
The future is chunky, black & cool.
Fish & chips to go, thanks
Diving's for losers - who says otherwise?
Finless Freddy & Billy BSAC
Scuba tours of Albert Square
Who wants to play air guzzling?
Talking a load of sand
Starfish give lovers the thorn
A rampaging virulent plague of wordiness
The alternative pearly gates
Snakes in Air Nikes
Dive girls are killing Sheffield
Beware the pseud patrol
Lost in capital letters - where's the GPS?
Law and order on the final frontier Gary Momber
Help protect our marine heritage Gary Momber
If whales could scream
Through normal eyes
It's a 'golden age'
Whales get bent
Race against time
Great white hope
Dive pro for hire - will work for scraps - Mark Ellyatt asks why instructors should work for love alone
Weighed down by in-flight regulation - John Bantin looks at baggarge problems.
A river, a RIB and a bottomless bucket - It's surprising what divers can find in rivers.
The thrill of being saved by a dolphin - Fenella Jackson recounts an unforgettable experience
Beware things that go pop in the night - Simon Benjamin hears a pop
One air, one nitrox: what's the beef? - John Bantin defends his deep air gas choice
Trade secrets of a medical examinee - Brian Rees has tips on how to pass the medical
Try-dives: why not make them better? - Len Kerr suggests a winning formula
The cutting edge, the sting in the tail - Fenella Jackson experiences the Incident Pit
Which manoeuvre works for you? - Clearing your nose with Raymond Gallacher
Taking a leap of faith isn't that cool - Monty Halls promotes zero tolerance on gear check avoiders
High priests and holy wreck - Rico Oldfield explains the old school view on conservation
Lingering death of a legend - Geoff Stanton visits the Calypso
The biggest step - Ben Woolnough encounters height fear
Bomb disposal - by pedalo! - Anna Wyatt describes a surprising bomb retrieval
You've made your hammock - lie in it - Bad sailor? Don't go to sea, says John Bantin
Shark or dolphin? - Tim Ecott points out that our preferences tell all
The perfect dive - Bob Halstead says treat your dive as a work of art
Mixed-up gases - Paul Adams cuts through the confusion
Mind that coral, yah? - Monty Halls on the new finishing schools
Michelin man and anchor woman - Maggie Cainen warns about borrowing gear
Buried treasure - Bob Marx sounds the alarm
Beneath the glitz - tracking down a problem
Divers are shark-killers - John Bantin' conspiracy theory
Fitting behaviour - Problems of reaching a certain age
Starting a club on a shoe string - Starting a dive club costs less than you think says Jonathan Page
Try-dive - or trial by water? - Do try-dives put off newcomers? asks Jane Falconer
Time to save your money -
Why Graham Sands likes cheapo watches.
Let's get physical -
Why today's rescue training is for softies.
Picking off the walking wounded - The casualty list mount's down at Jill Wright's club
Whose plan are you diving - Getting into a race above the Kyarra.
Fish, with a splash of vinegar - Do divers care about fish?.
Slaves to the lens - One man's addiction to the lens.
Pirates and insurance companies - covering yourself on a dive boat
Creeping into the cold - adjusting to life in temperate waters
Training material: let's give it away - John Liddiard offers a solution
Nobody to blame but ourselves - John Bantin on aportioning blame after diving incidents
Wild? It was livid! Kim Ronaldson shows sharks some repect.
The cost of taking pot shots - Are we asking to pay for pot treatment.
Don't be a dick - Clubs breed tyrants, says Gavin Haywood
My little pony - Maggie Cainen says its a question of balance
Fast-food approach to diving - John Bantin reckons the sanitisation of our sport is blinding us to its wonders
The dive computer is so primitive - Are diving computer-makers dragging their feet?
That bulldog spirit - The tough get going - Monty Halls on UK diving
It came to me in a flash - John Warburton experiences a flash of insight
Youth in Asia - Far Eastern youth culture has Mark Ellyatt worried
Join the club - please! - Tony Small asks "Doesn't anyone want to go diving any more?"
Spare a thought for the marshal. - Shore marshals desrve some TLC, says Lewis Graham.
Finning before they can paddle - Bob Elliott says depth and speed aren't everything
Did you learn your lesson? - John Liddiard on how to draw the wrong conclusons
We're just a load of lemmings - Mony Halls reckons our kit needs a rethink
Join the perfect diver's club - how should the disabled fit into diving?
Going down to Mexico - a few words of warning for would-be instructors.
When it's best to be alone - Don't rely on your buddy, says John Bantin
Kamikaze or killjoy? - do you dare to be the diver who says no?
Goose pimples Must we torture our trainees in mid-winter?
Waiting to be eaten on camera We're getting too cosy with sharks, says Monty Halls
Why not license helium users? Andrew Phillips argues the case
Do you want to be a diver or a sheep? Stop playing follow-my-leader says John Liddiard
The stately holes of England Graham Sands enjoys the smaller pleasures of life
Burying hatchets in a broad church Martin Read believes his club has the answer
Too many shades of greenConservation groups unite, says Philippe Cousteau
No men in nitroheads anonymous Jill Wright askes why men can't face the facts
Don't be misled by the smileMark Simmonds speaks up for dolphins
Sorting scrapyards from Mary Roses Bob Elliott says end the chaos.
Don't spare the magic gas Bill Woolford in praise of oxygen
Doctor, doctor, get me outta here! Brendan O'Brien on medical emergencies overseas.
Let the Earth take care of itself Monty Halls on conservation.
Divers behaving badly Nick Hanna has been reef-watching.
Dropping a bombshell John Liddiard says diving could be safer
The wages of fear Monty Halls is keeping an eye out
The main man Rico Oldfield talks about his hero, Mel Fisher
All decked up like a christmas tree Bill Woolford speaks for the Luddites
Come back Ursula, all is forgiven Louise Trwavas suggests we clean up our image
More junk, please. John Liddiard votes for dumping.
Has diving gone to the nerds? David Cartwright on the instructor's life.
Stick to drinking beer John Bevan on depth records.
The dive guide from hell Tami Levinson survives a live-aboard week.
Clubbing for the independent John Bantin on club diving.
Going spare on parts John Liddiard wants to get his hands on.
Reading between the lines Graham Sands on log books.
Ripping off the dead. Andrew Phillips on war graves.
Am I a taxi driver or dive marshal? Bob Elliott on standards.
Night of the long-liners Gavin Anderson campaigns against shark fin fishing.
Give old divers a break - Chris West makes a case for the old buggers.
Don't dig yourself into a hole Maryn Farr on cave diving.
24 hours from safety? John Bantin talks about rebreathers.
Let's join forces with SAS Pete Harrison gets to grips with sewage!
When fish die in a good cause Brendan O'Brien asks - What is wrong with spearfishing?
Taking a chance on trimix Gavin Newman thinks that some of today's trimix sport divers might be getting into deeper waters.
Don't just hang there look! Graham Sands whiles away the stops.
Where I go, my BC goes! Pete Harrison disagrees with Neil Kermode.
When dive tables are for sissies Gordon Wright has seen the results.
Nitrox Neurosis Tim Breen asks what makes non-nitrox divers and dive centres hesitate.
Who is that man? Why, it's Shark Diver. Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch bares his teeth.
It's your round, Duncan! Gavin Anderson rallies round the scallop-divers.
Why the industry should pay its way Marguerite St Leger Dowse on diving research funding.
Let's bury this 'them and us' routine Colin Martin replies for the archaeologists
Lift and separate Neil Kermode discusses a technique.
The trouble with keeping mum. Kendamm McDonald with no kind words for archaeologists
The Polaris Principle Rico Oldfield on kamikaze ascents
Rules made to be broken
Death to the octopus