The Belfast legacy
We take a look at the often-forgotten side of the Titanic disaster – Belfast, the city where she was built.
We look at how the Titanic disaster took its initial toll immediately after, and then the long-term effects on those who lived in the city.
The Olympic Suite
When Olympic was scrapped in 1935, the owner of the White Swan Hotel in Alnwick, Northumberland, bought and relocated the first-class lounge to use as a new dining room. We take an up-close look at the remains of a once-proud ship's first-class lounge.
The Titanic Brewery
The name Titanic appears in the most unusual of places, such as a small town near Stoke-on-Trent, England, where a couple of brothers have run their own brewery since 1985 producing many ales and gins with a Titanic theme!
Until 1985, the legendary ship Titanic was lost two and a half miles under the surface of the North Atlantic. That was until Dr Robert Ballard came across the ship on a top-secret mission. Here, we look at this amazing story and how it came to be.