Conclusion. On April 14, 1912, Mrs. Widener's party carries merrily on in Gatti's restaurant, while the Maloneys look forward to a new life of religious tolerance in America, but panic reigns and chaos ensues after the ill-fated liner strikes an iceberg.
Part 3 of 4. In April 1912, Italian stoker Mario Sandrini schemes to get his brother a job as a waiter on the Titanic. Meanwhile, Manton maid Watson is found loitering in steerage; and engineer Jim Maloney is angered by his wife's encounter with mysterious passenger Lubov.
Part 2 of 4. The Titanic's construction in Belfast coincides with political unrest, drawing concern from shipbuilder Thomas Andrews. Meanwhile, engineer Jim Maloney looks forward to a new life beyond Ireland; cabin steward Annie Desmond makes an instant impression on Italian waiter Paolo Sandrini; and Muriel Batley claims she knows a secret that could destroy the Earl of Manton.
A four-part miniseries that uses real and fictional characters to dramatize the events leading up to the luxury liner's sinking in 1912 begins with a tea party that exacerbates tension between First and Second Class passengers, while a noble couple's daughter and servants have separate encounters with Americans.