Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron

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James Cameron: Getting Titanic Artefacts to U.K. Would Be 'a Dream' loading...
James Cameron: Getting Titanic Artefacts to U.K. Would Be 'a Dream'
Museums launch a $19.2 million bid to acquire artefacts salvaged from the wreck site, and National Geographic pledges $500,000 to the cause.
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Titanic Artefacts Caught in International Tug-of-War
British museums face off against private investors to "bring the Titanic home."
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Titanic Was Found During Secret Cold War Navy Mission
Read how National Geographic revealed the clandestine military project that led to the discovery of the famed shipwreck.
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Live or Die Titanic Exhibition
Experience the Titanic's first and last voyage.
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Australians Aboard The Titanic
What happened to them when the ship sank?
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15 Facts About The Titanic
15 things you may not have known about the famous ship.
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There Was No Excuse To Be Bored on Board
There really was no excuse for boredom aboard the Titanic. To the contrary, there were so many diversions that a passenger would have been hard-pressed to try them all.
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Titanic’s Non-Human Passengers
Sadly, some animals shared the same fate as those aboard the Titanic.
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What’s Eating The Titanic?
A species of metal-eating bacteria may be speeding up the decay of the historic shipwreck, Titanic.
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RMS Titanic: Timeline of Disaster
Ever wondered what the timeline was from it's first design to it's tragic disaster?
About the Show

20 years after the release of his iconic movie, James Cameron revisits the Titanic case file. Drawing on years of forensics and dives, he explores the enduring myths in the hope of answering the questions that have troubled him for decades.

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