Titanic: Blood & Steel
Belfast, 1909. The Harland and Wolff shipyard has been handed the biggest project in its history. It will build a great, unsinkable ship. And it will be called the RMS Titanic. Titanic: Blood & Steel is the untold story of the building of a legend, and the many lives it affected during its three-year construction. To its wealthy investors, it was a dream. To the middle class who oversaw the project, it was a challenge. But to the working class who built it, Titanic was the start of a revolution. With Ireland under British rule, and the Protestant and Catholic struggle intensifying, Titanic was more than a ship… it was a symbol of ambition, hope and unity.
S01:E01 - A City Divided
An American metallurgist is hired to work on the construction of the world's largest ocean liner.
S01:E02 - Stained Steel
Mark clashes with the Titanic's chief designer over the steel being used to build the ship.
S01:E03 - Good Man Down
Mark's job brings him closer to Sofia; the army disrupts a peaceful march.
S01:E04 - Danger Looms
Negotiations begin with the union leaders; Mark identifies the problem with the ship's steel.
S01:E05 - Under Lock and Key
An accident involving a ship in the same class as Titanic raises concerns.
S01:E06 - The Impostor
Henry Carlton learns about Mark's true identity and his affair with Kitty.
S01:E07 - The Truth Shall Set You Free
JP Morgan's arrival leads to Mark's reinstatement; Sofia wants to reveal her relationship with Mark.
S01:E08 - High Stakes
Emily is arrested; Mark's safety proposal is rejected by the company chairman.
S01:E09 - Burden of Proof
Sofia is forced to make an important decision; the Titanic is launched in a grand ceremony.
S01:E10 - A Crack in the Armor
Mark returns to work; Sofia looks after her father; Emily is sentenced to six months in jail.
S01:E11 - The Tipping Point
Mark tries to track down his daughter; Lord Pirrie's illness costs him his place on the Titanic.
S01:E12 - The ‘Unsinkable' Sets Sail
Fortunate ticketholders and the ship's principals prepare for the Titanic's maiden voyage.