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1 :01x01 - A City Divided

May/13/2012
Dr. Mark Muir, a young American metallurgist, persuades American tycoon JP Morgan to hire him for the biggest shipping project the world has ever seen: RMS Titanic, at the Harland & Wolff shipyard, in Belfast. The shipyard's visionary Chairman takes the young scientist under his wing, introducing him to Belfast's Protestant elite. Mark quickly catches the eye of the charming, albeit spoilt, daughter of a magnate: Kitty Carlton. But he is also intrigued by a very different woman; Sofia Silvestri, an immigrant's daughter. Belfast, seen through Mark's eyes, is a city ridden with divisions of class and religion, from which, as a stranger, Mark should be far removed. But we soon discover that Mark is a man with a past mysteriously connected to the Catholic suburbs of Belfast.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Pat McGrath as Kelly's Landlord | Eve Macklin as Lord Pirrie's Secretary | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | James Flynn as John Gordon | Gina Moxley as Mother Superior | Steven Blount as McQueen | Ger Carey as Bernie Doyle | Gonzalo Ramos as Raphael Garzon | Gavin O'Connor as Billy Wilson | Will Irvine as O'Farrell | Liam Carney as Sean Malone
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

2 :01x02 - Stained Steel

May/20/2012
Dr. Mark Muir's real name is Marcas Malone, and he is the son of a Belfast Catholic dockworker, Sean. Sean is an old drunkard, broken by a life of unimaginable harshness. His only remaining pride lies in Mark. Now, Sean is worried that if Mark's identity were to be disclosed, he would lose his job at the Protestant - managed shipyard. But Mark is careful and guarded. He starts finding out things about the steel used that lead him into conflict with chief designer Thomas Andrews. In the meantime, social tension escalates. A prominent figure in the labor movement, Jim Larkin, is organizing the workers in Belfast. While Kitty Carlton seduces Mark with her elegant charms, Sofia gets more involved in her fight for freedom, which she interprets in a personal way, turning down her father's apprentice, Andrea Valle, much to her father's grief.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Aaron Harris as Jordan | Owen Sharpe as Liam Stable Hand | Liam McMahon as Arthur McAllister | Kate O'Toole as Lady Lucinda Carlton | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Jonathan Harden as Walter Hill | Gabrielle Reidy as Edith Hatton | Igor Filipovic as Worker | Sam Doyle as Berkeley | Martin Philips as Hunter | Frank Smith as Clarke | Charlie Ruxton as Grey | Pat McGrath as Kelly's Landlord | Steven Blount as McQueen | Joely Richardson as Countess Markievicz | Ronnie McCann as Cherry | Bill Murphy as Bremner | Derek Reid as Pirrie's Butler | Elizabeth McGrath as Belinda | Vincenzo Alfieri as Giacomo
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

3 :01x03 - Good Man Down

May/27/2012
Mark has put his father up in a small hotel. We learn that another man is looking for Mark, someone that Sean fears. Mark's job has made him closer to Sofia Silvestri. Sofia is charmed by Mark: he seems genuinely interested in her. Sofia's friend Emily warns to be careful. But Sofia has other worries. Her father is encouraging Andrea to fight for her. But Sofia won't be forced. In the meantime, Mark discovers a problem with the steel used to build the ship. But science is put to test by the divides in Belfast. The Protestant magnates, worried by the success of the Union, call in the Army to boycott a peaceful march. The Army sabotages the march in the Catholic area, causing accidents that seem organised by Catholic workers. Mark is there to show his respect for the workers. Sofia is there with Emily and the MacCann's younger brother, Conor. To everybody's shock, innocent school teacher Walter Hill, Emily's husband, is killed by a soldier. Mark only just manages to rescue Sofia from the havoc.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Aaron Harris as Jordan | Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Jonathan Harden as Walter Hill | Gabrielle Reidy as Edith Hatton | Terry Byrne as Doctor | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Vincenzo Alfieri as Giacomo | Elizabeth McGrath as Belinda | Ray Reilly as Hotel Manager | Matthew Rally as Sergeant Major | Michael Bates as Police Officer | Sam Doyle as Berkeley | Martin Philips as Hunter | Frank Smith as Clarke | Charlie Ruxton as Grey | Pat McGrath as Kelly's Landlord | Steven Blount as McQueen | Ger Carey as Bernie Doyle | Ronnie McCann as Cherry | Bill Murphy as Bremner
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

4 :01x04 - Danger Looms

Jun/03/2012
Walter's death has changed the whole picture. Malcontent breeds amongst workers, especially at the shipyard. Larkin has been forced to leave the city. Andrea, to Sofia's embarrassment, is staying at her house. The Chairman, Lord Pirrie, is shocked, and fights with his former friend Henry Carlton – Kitty's father – whom he holds responsible. He seeks an understanding with Michael MacCann, one of the leaders of the workers' movement. They are both intelligent and moral men. Mark keeps his mind on his job and finally identifies the problem with the steel: impurities. But the steel complies with regulations. Eventually Thomas Andrews will see his point, and a new relationship will form. But work is not Mark's only occupation: he finally kisses Sofia. As he goes back to his father, he is assaulted by Bernard Doyle. He accuses him of having left behind his fiancée, Bernard's daughter Siobhan, who died at childbirth.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Eve Macklin as Lord Pirrie's Secretary | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Dorde Markovic as Worker #2 | Ger Carey as Bernie Doyle | Frank O'sullivan as Manager Roll Comp | Gabrielle Reidy as Edith Hatton | Liam Carney as Sean Malone
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

5 :01x05 - Under Lock and Key

Jun/10/2012
Mark's story is fully revealed. When he lived in Belfast, he had a girlfriend, Siobhan Doyle. She was supposed to follow him but never did. Siobhan died soon after. His father told him she had died of TB. Instead, she had died at childbirth without him ever knowing. Mark realises how much Siobhan suffered, and is heartbroken. She was sent to a convent. To his utter shock, he finds out that the child survived: a baby girl. He tries to find her, but the nuns will not tell him anything. An accident occurs that forces him back to work: RMS Olympic, a ship in the same class as Titanic, has had a serious accident. Mark is asked to study the implications. Mark's new discoveries are now less important that delivering on schedule. Pirrie and Andrews discover that Mark Muir is a Catholic, but guard his secret.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Eve Macklin as Lord Pirrie's Secretary | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | James Flynn as John Gordon | Pat McGrath as Kelly's Landlord | Gina Moxley as Mother Superior | Steven Blount as McQueen | Ger Carey as Bernie Doyle | Gonzalo Ramos as Raphael Garzon | Gavin O'Connor as Billy Wilson | Will Irvine as O'Farrell | Liam Carney as Sean Malone
Director: Ciaran Donnelly
Writer: Alan Whiting

6 :01x06 - The Imposter

Jun/17/2012
The accident has created a terrible workload. Tensions between classes escalate. Pirrie and Michael finally manage to come to an understanding that appease the workers, but not magnate Charles Stokes. Unfortunately, Conor MacCann, Emily's younger brother, is driven towards more extremist acts after he gets fired. The Fenian movement, a Catholic terrorist group, takes Conor in. Mark suggests building a double hull for the Titanic. But Pirrie is unimpressed. It would mean wasting too much time. To try and forget his many concerns, Mark manages to take Sofia away for a romantic weekend. It is a time when love flourishes, giving both of them the illusion that everything will be fine. Henry Carlton has discovered Mark's real identity. Carlton is furious that his daughter, Kitty, has been in a relationship with a Catholic impostor. Kitty is disowned and she decides to leave Belfast. As soon as Mark comes back he is summoned and fired.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Karl Sheils as Neil Sutherland | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Don Baker (2) as Ryan | Michael Liebman as O' Hearn | Will Irvine as O'Farrell | Paul Herwig as Florian Altenberg | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | Kate O'Toole as Lady Lucinda Carlton
Director: Ciaran Donnelly
Writer: Alan Whiting

7 :01x07 - The Truth Shall Set You Free

Jun/24/2012
Losing his job is not Mark's only problem. Sofia knows his truth. Mark tells her everything. Even about Siobhan and the baby. She eventually forgives him. It is also time for Mark to reconcile with Sean. Mark's situation seems to get better still when JP. Morgan arrives. When told the reason why his chief metallurgist has been fired, Morgan has him immediately reinstated. Mark starts looking for a viable alternative to the double hull, an alternative he finds in higher bulkheads. General Elections are in sight. Home Rule for Ireland is at stake. The possibility that London putting a stop controlling the island is strongly opposed by the Protestant minority, which fears the power the Catholic majority would get. Emily persuades her brother Michael to stand for Parliament, and Pirrie helps and supports his main counterpart in the shipyard. Sofia wants to make the relationship with Mark public. Mark knows that this would mean new tensions that could ostracize him. Above all, though, Mark is trying to protect Sofia. She would be fired immediately. But Sofia is independent. She is tired of Belfast. She goes back to studying, trying to create a better future for herself. A sad coldness slowly builds between them and, quite unexpectedly, Mark has news of his daughter.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Liam McMahon as Arthur McAllister | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Karl Sheils as Neil Sutherland | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Eve Macklin as Lord Pirrie's Secretary | Owen Sharpe as Liam Stable Hand | James Flynn as John Gordon | Aaron Harris as Jordan | Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Donncha Crowley as Registrar Clerk | Patrick Molloy as Paedar | Martin Philips as Hunter | Frank Smith as Clarke | Charlie Ruxton as Grey | Steven Blount as McQueen | Ronnie McCann as Cherry | Bill Murphy as Bremner | Michael Liebman as O' Hearn | Will Irvine as O'Farrell | Terry Byrne as Doctor
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

8 :01x08 - High Stakes

Jul/01/2012
The high staked General Elections are drawing closer. The magnates have their own candidate, the Unionist extremist Albert Hatton. The fact that Pirrie does not support Hatton makes him an enemy of the ruling class. Michael is campaigning for Labour. His sister Emily helps him. But she gets arrested for giving out leaflets. This is a political measure, and Emily is only the scapegoat. On the ship front, Mark's proposition to erect higher bulkheads to defend Titanic is crushed by Ismay, the Chairman of White Star Lines, the company Titanic is being built for. When the elections occur, Albert Hatton wins a handsome majority. The third candidate, Michael, only gets a very small number of votes. Protestant and anti Home Rule extremists fume with rage and hatred, and Michael is assaulted, cruelly beaten and forced from Belfast. His brother Conor has become a terrorist and has taken lives. Even more disgusted with the ways of Belfast, Sofia now wants to leave and go to London. She asks Mark to go with her. But Mark is forced to make a choice between Sofia and searching for his daughter. He chooses to stay in Belfast.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Kate O'Toole as Lady Lucinda Carlton | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | Liam McMahon as Arthur McAllister | James Flynn as John Gordon | Aaron Harris as Jordan | Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Karl Sheils as Neil Sutherland | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Eve Macklin as Lord Pirrie's Secretary | Will Irvine as O'Farrell | Michael Grennel as Major of Belfast | Eva Bartley as Prison Warder | Neilí Conroy as Mrs O'Connell | David Ryan (1) as Prosecution lawyer | Martin Philips as Hunter | Frank Smith as Clarke | Charlie Ruxton as Grey | Steven Blount as McQueen | Ronnie McCann as Cherry | Derek Reid as Pirrie's Butler | Steve Cash as Policeman | Denis Conway as Magistate | Michael Liebman as O' Hearn | Jonathan White as Francis Carruthers | Bill Murphy as Bremner
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

9 :01x09 - Burden of Proof

Jul/08/2012
The Admiralty has opened an inquiry into the Olympic accident, and Pirrie, Andrews, Morgan and Mark are invited to London. Mark is pleased to see his old friend Kitty, who has become a star. At the inquiry, the First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, suggests that the yard could serve several ends in case of military escalation. Joanna Yaeger, Mark's old friend from New York, and Morgan's protégée, is forced into a very dangerous position: a spy. With her unparalleled access she can prove to be extremely useful to the Austro Hungarian and German causes. Back in Belfast, Mark faces a new crisis. Andrea, Sofia's old fiancée, has seen her with him and has told Pietro. Sofia is forced to choose. Sofia stays Mark. Finally he agrees to follow Sofia: they will move to London, together. He will leave Harland & Wolff and all hopes to ever find his own daughter. In a breathtaking ceremony, the Titanic is finally launched

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Kate O'Toole as Lady Lucinda Carlton | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Karl Sheils as Neil Sutherland | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Eve Macklin as Lord Pirrie's Secretary | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | Paul Herwig as Florian Altenberg | Liam McMahon as Arthur McAllister | Cameo Real as Sarah's Mother | David Pearse as Mr Dolan | Tim Delap as Naval Lawyer | Pat McGrath as Kelly's Landlord | Robert Whitelock as Winston Churchill | Michael Cochrane as Captain Smith | Vincenzo Alfieri as Giacomo | Gavin O'Connor as Billy Wilson | Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Hazel Doupe as Sarah
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

10 :01x10 - A Crack in the Armor

Jul/15/2012
Titanic's sister ship, the Olympic, is damaged again. Mark can't leave. Sofia also has to postpone her plans. Pietro has been injured at work and she must look after him. Mark and Andrews look for new solutions. The gashes in Olympic suggest that the steel is just too weak. Eventually they have to concede that the steel, combined with the sheer scope, is just not good enough. The double hull would have protected the ship - Perhaps the bulkheads too. For this to become a serious problem, Titanic would have to crash into something very solid. An occurrence that seems remote on the Atlantic Ocean. While Mark and Andrews slowly come to their conclusions, Emily is sentenced to an astoundingly unfair six months in jail. But another terrible event occurs: Conor is shot dead while the Unionists start advocating a new, separate State, Northern Ireland.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Karl Sheils as Neil Sutherland | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Steve Gunn as Bill Armstrong | Tom O'Neill as Lorcan | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Gerard McCarthy as Ashley Stokes | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Caolan Byrne as Jimmy Smith | Paul Herwig as Florian Altenberg | Liam McMahon as Arthur McAllister | Hazel Doupe as Sarah | Aleksandar Ilic as Messanger Boy | Uros Urosevic as Lead Worker | Neil Hogan as UVF Leader | John Kavanagh (1) as Edward Carson | Eva Bartley as Prison Warder | Denis Conway as Magistate | Vincenzo Alfieri as Giacomo | Gavin O'Connor as Billy Wilson | Barry Barnes as Father Thomas | Gabrielle Reidy as Edith Hatton | Liam Carney as Sean Malone
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

11 :01x11 - The Tipping Point

Jul/22/2012
An accountant from the United States, Samuel, makes Mark feel jealous. Samuel is handsome and witty. He is American and unaware and uninterested in divisions. For Sofia, he represents a real temptation: Pietro is better and Mark still can't leave his job. Mark is still uncertain: he still hopes to find his daughter. Mark discovers what the girl's name was: Sarah. The girl might live in a small village outside Belfast. But the girl, who had indeed been living there, has left. They have moved to Belfast but no one knows where. Andrews fights, and looses, a memorable battle to equip Titanic more life boats. And while Pirrie and Churchill try to campaign for Home Rule in Belfast, the divide between the Catholic and Protestant communities has grown. Lord Pirrie, by now disillusioned with most of his liberal principles, falls ill.

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Aaron Harris as Jordan | Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Barry Barnes as Father Thomas | Michael Cochrane as Captain Smith | Paul Herwig as Florian Altenberg | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Karl Sheils as Neil Sutherland | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Barry McEvoy as Chorley | Anthony Morris (1) as Farmer | Robert Whitelock as Winston Churchill | Bill Murphy as Bremner | Pagan McGrath as Andrew's Secretary | Noel O'Donovan as Steamship Clerk | Owen Roe as Sir Norman Hill | Frank Melia as Delegate | Christopher McHallem as Committee Member | Richard Flood as Samuel Johanson | Martin Philips as Hunter | Frank Smith as Clarke | Charlie Ruxton as Grey | Steven Blount as McQueen | Ronnie McCann as Cherry
Director: Ciaran Donnelly

12 :01x12 - The ‘Unsinkable’ Sets Sail

Jul/29/2012
The time has come for the great ship to leave for the New World. As Morgan always wanted, Titanic's maiden's voyage will become one of the first great PR events. Sofia and Joanna Yaeger are friends and she gets her a job as an illustrator for the New York Times. Pietro uses most of his money to buy her a ticket. Mark himself only gets on board by chance. The group also includes Jack Lowry, a young riveter we met since the beginning of the story. Violetta with the baby, whom Michael MacCann, has come back to marry. Joanna will be onboard – and so will Kitty, by now an acclaimed actress. A little girl by the name of Sarah, with her mother, will board Third Class. Neither Mark nor his daughter are aware of their presence onboard the Titanic. And, while the ship sails for New York, and Mark and Sofia finally find happiness and reconciliation, we are left asking ourselves: who amongst our characters will survive the great disaster?

Source: History Asia
Guest Stars: Liam Carney as Sean Malone | Jonathan Harden as Walter Hill | Barry Barnes as Father Thomas | Vincenzo Alfieri as Giacomo | Aaron Harris as Jordan | Hazel Doupe as Sarah | Eleanor Methven as Lady Pirrie | Charlotte Bradley as Mary McCann | Jonathan Forbes as Eddy Hatton | Terence Keeley as Jack Lowry | Frank McCusker as Charles Stokes | Michael Cochrane as Captain Smith | Bill Murphy as Bremner | Pat McGrath as Kelly's Landlord | Stanley Townsend as Rex Reilly | Sinisa Ubovic as White Star Official | Jennifer Laverty as Ticket Clerk | Andreja Marcic as Purser | Michelle Forbes as Donovan Woman | Nenad Pecinar as Crew Member #2 | Nikola Krneta as Crew Member #1 | Ned Dennehy as Brendan Byrne | Cameo Real as Sarah's Mother | Igor Filipovic as Worker | Martin Philips as Hunter | Barry McEvoy as Chorley
Director: Ciaran Donnelly
Warning: Titanic: Blood and Steel guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Mini-Series
Genre: Drama | History
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: History Asia ( Singapore)
Airs: Sundays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: May 13, 2012
Ended: July 29, 2012
Episode Order: 12
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