Hello everyone, and welcome to The Show About Titanic. My name is Edward, and I will be your host. And the topic of this podcast is, naturally, the Titanic.
Becoming a Naval Architect with Stephen Payne
Stephen Payne, OBE, MNM, RDI, FREng, FRINA, HonFIED is a British naval architect who has worked on the designs of approximately 40 passenger ships including the Cunard ocean liner Queen Mary 2. He joins Edward on this episode of The Show About Titanic to talk about the Queen Mary 2 and the legacy of the Titanic.
You can find Stephen Payne's book documenting the history of Cunard's Queen Mary 2 here: https://www.amazon.com/Queen-Mary-First-Ten-Years/dp/0857337661
Titanic Dining with Veronica Hinke
What did passengers and crew eat and drink on the Titanic? On this episode of The Show About Titanic, Edward speaks with Veronica Hinke, the author of “The Last Night on the Titanic: Unsinkable Drinking, Dining & Style,“ to learn about the dishes being made on Titanic and the fascinating individuals who did the cooking.
Learn more about Veronica Hinke: https://veronicahinke.com
Buy the book: https://amzn.to/36vylQ5
Titanic Genealogy with Maureen McKinney
Maureen McKinney joins Edward on this episode of The Show About Titanic to talk about tracing relatives from the Belfast shipyards, including those who worked on Titanic. Plus, she shares stories of those who discovered they have a connection to individuals employed at Harland and Wolff.
Music on this episode comes from Bua and Blue Dot. Listen to more music by Bua here: http://buamusic.com/
Finding the Titanic with Catherine Offinger
Catherine A. Offinger is the Director of Operations for the Institute for Exploration at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. In 1975, she became the first person hired by Robert D. Ballard. On this episode of The Show About Titanic, Cathy joins Edward to talk about the discovery of the RMS Titanic, the Bismark, and most recently, the discovery of the remains of PT-109 in the Solomon Islands.
Learn more about Cathy's work here: http://immersionlearning.org/team/2125/catherine-a-offinger.html
Music on this episode was provided by https://soundslikeanearful.com
Building the Titanic with Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre
Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre is a historian of modern Britain, Ireland, and British imperialism. On this episode of The Show About Titanic, she chats with Edward about the city of Belfast and the people who built the Titanic.
Listen to more music by Bua: http://buamusic.com/
Watch the documentary starring Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq7m16kK18I
Learn more about Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre: http://internet2.trincoll.edu/facProfiles/Default.aspx?fid=1479901
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Halomonas Titanicae with Bhavleen Kaur
Bhavleen Kaur is a Senior Scientist at the Ontario Science Centre. Dr. Kaur’s doctoral research into microbial life on the wreck of the Titanic led to the discovery of a new bacterial species, Halomonas titanicae. On this episode of The Show About Titanic, she describes how she got interested in these metal-munching bacteria.
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I am interested in the titanic as you are. I watched the titanic movie. Please make an episode about how it sank