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View footage and listen to a sound sample from The Alvin submarine, in which sonic anthropologist Stefan Helmreich recorded his underwater sounds. An article by Helmreich about his deep sea exploits is in The Wire 302.

Watch a video filmed on board the three person submersible, The Alvin, deep under the Pacific Ocean. The footage was shot automatically by a camera positioned on the outside of the submarine during the sea dive in which Helmreich recorded the underwater sounds documented in his article in The Wire 302.

You can also listen to a short audio sample Stefan made during the dive - which includes an evocative phrase spoken by pilot Bruce Strickrott: "That is the sound of the thrusters, driving us down..."

Video: Submarine sounds

View footage and listen to a sound sample from The Alvin submarine, in which sonic anthropologist Stefan Helmreich recorded his underwater sounds. An article by Helmreich about his deep sea exploits is in The Wire 302.

Watch Jeff Keen's Plasmatic Blatz

View a clip from the BFI Box Set, GAZWRX, featuring over forty years' worth of the filmmaker Jeff Keen's output. Mark Fisher writes about Keen in a Cross Platform article in The Wire 302.

Radio On: Excerpt

Check out an exclusive excerpt from Chris Petit's 1979 road movie Radio On

Video: Allora & Calzadilla

View samples of the work of artist duo Allora & Calzadilla who are featured in an article by Marinus de Ruiter in The Wire 295.

Video: Dusk & Blackdown's Margins Music

Watch the debut visual feature by Blackdown and director Jonathan Howells featuring Dusk & Blackdown's music, featured in an article by Chris Sharp in The Wire 295.

Watch footage of Trevor Watts performing

View footage of Trevor Watts and Jamie Harris playing in Mongolia and a clip from a performance with the Moire Music Drum Orchestra. Watts is featured in The Wire 295 in an article by Julian Cowley.