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There are a few
Deep Sea Detectives usually has a fair bit of diving (History Channel)
Mysteries of the Deep occasionally has some in it (National Geographic Channel)
And you can watch Diving Passport on the net http://www.divingpassport.com/index-i.htm ESPN apparently do not find their US audience worthy of the show
Another one to add to the list is:Seahunters-a canadian show featuring Clive Cussler, James Delgado, and Mike Fletcher, the show examines shipwrecks all over the world, with a bit of history then usually a dive on the featured wreck.
They have some interesting episodes: diving the German V2 missle launch silos, and a sub found after that horrible passenger plane crash off Peggys cove in Nova Scotia a few years ago , they have a website showing episodes.
I catch it on the "History channel" in Canada
Deep Sea Detectives (see post above) on the History Channel is pretty good stuff. It's not on all that often, but you can sign up for an e-mail alert for upcoming shows. The "host" of the Deep Sea Detectives is John Chatterton, who identified the German U-Boat "U-Who" off the coast of New Jersey in the late 1990's. This is chronicled in the very interesting book, "Shadow Divers".
Oops, my apology. I came across this board as I was searching for something that could entertain my scuba diving obsessed kids. They will still have to wait a while before they can really get their own wetsuit.
I will behave now
Suggestions on TV shows are welcome too to keep this on topic, or any good DVDs...