Underwater exploring, The One Show, Operation Iceberg, The People Remember
Andy Torbet (born 1976) is a Scottish underwater explorer, professional cave diver, skydiver, freediver and climber, Film Maker and TV Presenter; most notably the BBC's The One Show,Coast,Operation Iceberg,Operation Cloud Lab,Britain's Ancient Capital land The People Remember ,and theChildren's BBC series Beyond Bionic which he also co-Produced  and spawned its own computer game called Beyond Bionic-Extreme Encounters.
Torbet took up diving at the age of 12, he has since dived on operations in the British Armed Forces, on commercial vessels, and explored cave systems and ship wrecks for his television and publishing work.
He has a number of technical diving qualifications, including cave, mixed gas, rebreather and free-diving as well as professional qualifications as a military and commercial diver and supervisor.
Torbet is a qualified mountaineering and climbing Instructor and member of the Association of Mountaineering Instructors, with new routes and first ascents in the UK, Canada and Pakistan. As well as rock climbing, he also ice climbs and was a presenter on the BBC's award-winning Operation Iceberg
Torbet is a professional skydiver; in 2016 on the BBC's The One Show he raced a Peregrine falcon in flight while wearing a wingsuit, achieving a win with speeds in excess of 240 mph. He also performed a HAHO (High Altitude High Opening) jump for the BBC's Cloud Lab.