The Titanic: dispelling the myths
by Tim Maltin

Date: Thursday 10 January 2019

The history of the Titanic and the tragic events of 15th April 1912, dispelling a number of myths along the way.
The Titanic: dispelling the myths

Tim Maltin is a British author, historian and TV presenter.  He is also one of the world’s leading experts on the Titanic and the author of three books on the subject, including '101 Things You Thought You Knew About The Titanic… But Didn’t!', 'Titanic: First Accounts', both published by Penguin, and his latest book 'Titanic: A Very Deceiving Night', which is the subject of his Smithsonian Channel documentary 'Titanic’s Final Mystery' and National Geographic film, 'Titanic: Case Closed'.  Tim is also a TV presenter and broadcaster, writing and presenting the above documentaries, as well as the landmark BBC Radio 2 live broadcast, 'Titanic, Minute by Minute', which he co-wrote and presented with Jeremy Vine, for Titanic’s centenary.  This won a Bronze Award at the Sony Radio Awards, and the Grand Award and a Gold Award at the New York Radio Awards. 

Tim works in London and lives in Wiltshire with his wife and two children.

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