Retrieved from ScubaGuru - Expert Advice & Best Practices for Scuba Diving Professionals Jonathan Bird, Producer, Cinematographer & Host of Jonathan Bird’s Blue World Hey everyone welcome to another episode of the League of Extraordinary Divers. If you’ve been a listener of this podcast then you have heard that I (and many of my guests) grew up watching the Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. Basically it was an […] The post LXD 034 : Jonathan Bird – Underwater Producer, Cinematographer & Host appeared first on ScubaGuru.
Ep. 19: Trumparchy in the UK (feat. Jonathan Bird)
The Bad LIbs are back! After two weeks off, the Bad Libs are back in studio with guest Jon Bird to discuss the shooting in Virginia Beach, Trump's threat to put tariffs on Mexico, the state of abortion rights, Mitch McConnel's strategic hypocrisy, Trump's visit to the UK, the fight between Carlos Maza and Steven Crowder and the dust up over Youtube's moderation policies, and more!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bad-libs-podcast/support
August 2 Stories #8: Nancy Cripe, Sam Terfa and Jonathan Bird
August 2 Stories
"August 2 Stories" is a Talon podcast series designed to allow members of the Minnehaha Academy community that were in north campus when the explosion occurred on August 2, 2017 to tell their stories. The series is hosted by M.A. senior Emma Melling. This episode features science teacher Nancy Cripe and technology support employees Sam Terfa and Jonathan Bird. Cripe, Terfa and Bird were together in the library computer lab when the explosion happened, and together they watched as the library floor fell away after the blast. This interview was recorded on February 26, 2018.
Older generations of scuba divers drew their inspiration for exploring the underwater world from programs like Sea Hunt and adventurers like Jacques Cousteau, but where are the programs that are going to inspire current and future generations of divers? In swims a scuba diver who had an idea for a show that was something like “Jacques Cousteau meets the Crocodile Hunter.” Tune in as #NAUI Dive Team Report Host Greg Martin discusses the adventures of underwater videographer and television host Jonathan Bird who is doing his part to inspire and educate the next generation of divers through visual media that uncovers the fascinating story of the Blue World. “Being a filmmaker is about telling stories. …Telling a story is more important than your video being great…you can’t just have the money shot. …What I really want to do with every episode of Blue World is I want to teach the audience something really cool about the ocean, but I want to do it in a way that’s really engaging and fun like they felt that they just had an adventure.” To join Jonathan Bird’s Blue World adventures, visit blueworldtv.com and go to “Blue World TV on YouTube and Facebook.