Burden of Proof 

His faith in Pirrie once again damaged, Mark faces a new crisis - abandonment. Under pressure from her father, Sofia is forced to choose either Mark or Andrea. In a breathtaking ceremony, the Titanic is launched.


Ciaran Donnelly


Francesca Brill, Matthew Faulk (head writer) | 3 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Zegers ... Mark Muir
Alessandra Mastronardi ... Sofia Silvestri
Derek Jacobi ... Lord Pirrie
Billy Carter ... Thomas Andrews
Massimo Ghini ... Pietro Silvestri
Martin McCann ... Conor McCann
Chris Noth ... J.P. Morgan
Ophelia Lovibond ... Kitty Carlton
Neve Campbell ... Joanna Yaegar
Gray O'Brien ... Bruce Ismay
Ian McElhinney ... Sir Henry Carlton
Valentina Corti ... Violetta Silvestri
Jonathan Forbes ... Eddy Hatton
Edoardo Leo Edoardo Leo ... Andrea Valle
Kate O'Toole Kate O'Toole ... Lady Carlton


Lord Pirrie asks Mark, due to his Admiralty experience, along to the London hearings about the Olympic's crash. The lord gets lord of the Admiralty Winston Chrurchill to sift all blame on the inexperienced captain, in national and industry interests. he finds disinherited society lover Kate happily working as variety star. Mark's search for his daughter looks hopeless, so he considers leaving to London with lover Sophia, who is offered a chance to study design there. The yard staff is disgruntle to be kept away from the Titanic's launch (just into the dock), a media event, as there's no work time to loose. The Home Rule controversy keeps swelling. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | History


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Ireland | Italy | France | Canada | UK



Release Date:

21 May 2012 (Italy) See more »

Filming Locations:

Belgrade, Serbia See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Titanic is shown launched painted in the well-known White Star Line black and red with white superstructure. In reality, due to the huge publicity surrounding the launch Titanic was painted light gray to make it more visible on the black-and-white photographs of the time. It was painted black later in the dry dock. See more »

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