‘One Hundred and Sixty Minutes’: Author William Hazelgrove reveals the race to save the Titanic

John Landecker

Undated artist impression showing the 14 April 1912 shipwreck of the British luxury passenger liner Titanic off the Nova-Scotia coasts, during its maiden voyage. The surposedly ‘Unsinkable’ Titanic set sail down Southampton Water en-route to New York on 10 April 1912 and met disaster on 14 April 1912 after hitting an iceberg off Newfoundland shortly before midnight and sinking two hours later, killing about 1,500 passengers and ship personnel. Reproduction d’un dessin représentant le naufrage du paquebot “Le Titanic”, dans la nuit du 14 au 15 avril 1912 dans l’Atlantique nord, après avoir heurté un iceberg au cours de son voyage inaugural. (Photo credit should read OFF/AFP via Getty Images)

Bestselling author William Hazelgrove returns to the John Landecker Show to discuss his latest book, One Hundred and Sixty Minutes: The Race to Save the RMS Titanic. Hazelgrove reveals the real life heroism and incompetence that shaped the story of that fateful night.

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