• TITANIC: 100


Built like a battleship, sailed under calm seas on a crystal clear night with the best captain of its day and a first class crew.  Yet, despite all of this, the world’s most luxurious ocean liner, Titanic, met its tragic end on a frigid night 100 years ago, taking with it the lives of more than 1,500 people. Left in its wake, one of the world’s greatest mysteries: how could this tragedy happen?  A looming question that has remained unanswered…until now.  New documentaries re-trace the origins and visit the underwater grave of this iconic ship.


  • Titanic: 100: Titanic: The Final Word With James Cameron
    What would happen if a Martian dust storm came to earth? Dust storms are not a purely alien form of weather. Its something in common with Mars.
  • Titanic: 100: Rebuilding The Titanic: Raising The Bow
    Follow our team in reproducing a 30ft wide section of the steel bow to scale and erecting it at the Belfast dock from where RMS Titanic was completed.
  • Titanic: 100: Rebuilding The Titanic: Forging The Anchor
    Follow our team to build the colossal anchor and recreate an historic Titanic event last attempted one hundred years ago.
  • Titanic: 100: Rebuilding The Titanic: Powering A Giant
    Following four engineers bring to life Titanic century old electrical gadgetry and Titanic's most curious electrical items.
  • Titanic: 100: Rebuilding The Titanic: Floating Palace
    Join our team recreating some of the luxurious interiors, fixtures and fittings of Titanic and exhibiting them at the City where Titanic was born.
  • Titanic: 100: Rebuilding The Titanic: Preparing For Disaster
    Join engineers recreates some of the safety features on board Titanic from a hundred year old Marconi Emergency wireless to a Titanic lifejacket.
  • Titanic: 100: Bob Ballard Specials: Ghosts Of The Black Sea
    World-renowned marine geologist Bob Ballard explores a 1,500 year old, perfectly preserved shipwreck on the floor of the Black Sea. Why does it look like it sank yesterday? What secrets does it hold?
  • Titanic: 100: Bob Ballard Specials: Titanic's Nuclear Secret
    Bob Ballard stunned the world when he discovered the Titanic in 1985. On a covert assignment at the time to locate sunken US Navy nuclear subs, details of his mission are revealed for the first time.
  • Titanic: 100: Save The Titanic With Bob Ballard
    The discovery of the Titanic in 1985 solved one of the great mysteries of the 20th century. But now, 100 years after the ship tragically sank on her maiden voyage, the shipwreck is at risk. Will the Titanic be lost again? National Geographic Explorer - in - Residence, Dr. Robert Ballard led the expedition that found the ship - now he takes a personal journey to save his greatest discovery. He re-traces the path of the Titanic from Northern Ireland to New York City, meets the families of victims and survivors, and examines the most serious threats to the ship's future.
  • Titanic: 100: Titanic: Case Closed
    Titanic: Case Closed presents a revolutionary new theory from historian and author Tim Maltin, which offers an examination of the Titanic’s ill-fated voyage and tragic final hours, pieced together with dramatic recreation and documentary. This two-hour special uses vivid computer generated images and a series of experiments, bringing to life the unique conditions of the night that rendered Titanic doomed.
  • Titanic: 100: Titanic: The Final Word With James Cameron
    Join James Cameron and some of the world's foremost Titanic experts in the ultimate forensic investigation into the most infamous shipwreck of all time. Cameron has brought together a team of engineers, naval architects, artists and historians to solve the lingering mysteries of why and how an 'unsinkable' ship sank. An investigation of this magnitude has never been attempted before. Its revelations may change what we know of Titanic's last hours 100 years ago.