I didn't put this on earlier, I was hiding from it because a younger version of me features in it ...
It's Klaudie Bartelink's beautiful and moving documentary film on the Live Bait Squadron, the British cruisers that were sunk by one German U-Boat on 22 September 1914 with the loss of 1,459 men and boys. It was premiered at Chatham for the centenary of the disaster.
But now, having effectively retired from research and nearly recovered from the process of downsizing to a smaller house, here it is:
The beauty of the wrecks is breathtaking.
Unfortunately, they are under constant threaten from salvage operations.