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The Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN are excited to join the podcast network. We will bring weekly podcasts sharing Titanic Crew and Passenger Stories, Behind the scene crew experiences as well as round table crew discussions.

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The Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN are excited to join the podcast network. We will bring weekly podcasts sharing Titanic Crew and Passenger Stories, Behind the scene crew experiences as well as round table crew discussions.

    Irish Month at the Titanic Museums

    Irish Month at the Titanic Museums

    The Titanic had an Irish heart!
    She was built in Belfast, Northern Ireland by over 14,000 Irishmen. It took them 3 years to build her, and in 5 days she was gone. There were 187 Irish passengers on board as well, and only 54 would see America. Hear how the Titanic Museum Attractions take the Month of March and transform it into a month long celebration of Irish culture and Titanic's own roots Irish roots.

    • 7 min
    The Titanic Museum Attractions Honors Black History Month

    The Titanic Museum Attractions Honors Black History Month

    February is Black History Month, and The Titanic Museum Attractions make sure to honor the Haitian Passenger onboard with his wife and children, traveling back to Haiti by way of Titanic, the passage was booked on another French vessel, but when the Leroche Parents learned of the dinning and other restrictions, they exchanged tickets, for the RMS Titanic. Hear more on this episode.

    • 5 min
    First Class Weddings onboard Titanic

    First Class Weddings onboard Titanic

    On this episode we take a fresh look at one of the more elegant and exciting services offered by the Titanic. Did you know 12 couples onboard Titanic were celebrating their honeymoon? Weddings at Titanic are always First Class and sure to delight any couple interested.

    • 5 min
    The Wireless Marconi Operators

    The Wireless Marconi Operators

    Do you ever wonder how ships before the Titanic era would communicate?
    Well, they didn’t communicate directly at all.
    The use of flares and flags were the main communication methods, but all of that changed with the introduction of an Irish- Italian man named Gulielmo Marconi and his revolutionary wireless invention.
    Titanic was equipped with a Marconi machine, and two wireless operators. Hear how junior wireless operator, Harold Bride, recalls the night of the sinking in a letter he sent to the Marconi company after the disaster.

    • 18 min
    Titanic's Star of the Industry

    Titanic's Star of the Industry

    The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge Tennessee is fortunate to have Crew member Josh McInnish on the crew.
    He has a bachelor degree in the science of music industry, he is an accomplished pianist, composer and music producer with many published works, extraordinary as this story is, imagine accomplishing all of this without sight. Hear about the inspirational award winner, Crew Member Josh, on this episode.

    • 8 min
    Descendant interview with Great Granddaughter to the "Unsinkable Molly Brown"

    Descendant interview with Great Granddaughter to the "Unsinkable Molly Brown"

    First Class Maid Jamie interviews Titanic's own Margaret Tobin Brown's great Granddaughter Helen Benziger. Helen is a great friend to the Titanic Museums and we all consider her part of the Titanic Family! Hear how she learned who her Great Grandmother really was, and why the 1964 production of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" was so special to her! It is always a pleasure when Helen comes to town for either ship and this podcast is no exception!

    • 7 min

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