TV & Radio Friday April 13

By Fiona Rae In Today's TV and Radio

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13th April, 2012
TV Titanic: Born in Belfast (History, Sky 073, 7.30pm). The story of the building of the largest ship afloat at the time of her maiden voyage. There are archive interviews with people who saw the vessel being built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in 1911, and also with film producer Bill MacQuitty, who made the first Titanic disaster movie, A Night to Remember, in 1958. Titanic (TV1, 8.30pm). It’s been called “Downton-on-Sea” for its cast of first-, second- and steerage-class passengers, and one thing’s for sure: never ...

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