What happens as you dive further and further into the dark ocean?
Join YouTuber and Blue Peter science guy Greg Foot for the story of his scientific adventure to the deep. With experiments and stunning videos, Greg will show you the high-tech submersibles that took him down a crazy 1000ft. He’ll explain the importance of our oceans, and – thanks to Greg’s work with the Blue Planet II team – uncover the effect we’re having on them. Plus, meet a creature from the deep!
Greg is a successful Science Presenter with over 20 million views on YouTube and multiple TV series with the BBC. He is the host of the BBC’s YouTube Channel BBC Earth Lab, the science guy on Blue Peter, has had a nationwide theatre tour, and worked with Blue Planet II’s digital team last year. Greg travels the world meeting incredible scientists and telling their stories online and in schools – from volcano chasing in Japan and trekking to Everest Base Camp to diving 1000ft into the deep ocean. Last year Greg had his own drive-time radio show on Heart, guested on Chris Evans’ & Chris Moyles’ shows, and started his new podcast, The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread?, that looks to bust the myths in current fads. He’s previously worked with fantastic clients including Honda Racing F1, Roald Dahl HQ, Mumsnet, OUP, & the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and delivers school talks, keynotes, and science communication training all over the world.
Watch Greg’s descent into the deep:
Friday 19 October
Venue: Sir Isaac Newton Sixth Form
Tickets go off-sale 12 hours prior to the event. Tickets may be available at The Forum’s ticket office on the day. All attendees need a ticket. Under 12s must be accompanied.