TITANIC MUSEUM ATTRACTION PODCAST

Don’t Miss All Things Titanic With Officer Emily’s Weekly Podcast!

Officer Emily will bring weekly podcasts sharing Titanic Crew and Passenger Stories, Behind the scene crew experiences as well as round table crew discussions.

How do we pay respect to the the passengers and crew of Titanic? We simply tell their stories.

Officer Emily’s Podcast will return on September 2nd.


Titanic Podcast 07/01/2021

Independence Day Tribute

Happy Fourth of July! This podcast serves as an Origin story of sorts for this most celebrated of days! The day all Americans come together to celebrate the birth of this Great nation, The United States of America!


Titanic Podcast 6/10/2021

First Class Maid Jodi Takes Over the Podcast!

First Class Maid Jodi sneaks in and takes over the podcast! Her news is so exciting she could not wait to tell everyone all the things the Titanic Museum Attractions have goin on this Summer! As promised here are the links for more information on the Titanic Anchor challenge! Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for Storytime, Shop the Ship and all the exciting news!


Titanic Podcast 5/27/2021 and 6/3/2021

Memorial Day Tribute

This podcast we look at the service men and women that are to be honored on Memorial day. There were over 40 military servicemen on board the RMS Titanic in 1912. We look at 3 examples, and have the pleasure of presenting the National Anthem, preformed by the Choral Ensemble from Seymour High School in Sevier county, TN.


Titanic Podcast 4/29/2021

Titanic’s Educational Outreach Mission

First Class Maid Jodi takes over the podcast to speak about a very important mission to the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN.

The Museums take part in many educational outreach programs that span from inside the Untied States, to as far as Thailand! Our Programs include; Virtual Tours, Teacher Academies, Community Outreach Programs, and even mentoring Students and/or Teachers one on one, the list could go on and on.

Our very own Officer Jim is a retired Teacher who found that his love of teaching and inspiring students was not over when he stepped away from the Teacher’s desk after 30 years! Hear about how Jim is making connections and ensuring that Titanic’s memory is passed along to the future generations through our Education Programs.


Titanic Podcast 4/15/2021

109 Anniversary of The RMS Titanic Sinking

Today marks the 109th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. We share a poem on this episode preformed by Lowell Lytle, author and our acting captain Smith. His performance is stirring in memory of all those we lost that fateful night.


Titanic Podcast 4/08/2021

The RMS Titanic Maiden Voyage

Every April the Titanic Museum Attractions prepare to pay tribute to the RMS Titanic on the anniversary of her maiden, and only voyage. On this podcast we take a look at the first few days, hear from two passengers as well as the captain. April 10th, 1912 was the first day of Titanic’s journey into our history books!


Titanic Podcast 4/01/2021

Spring Time In Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, Tn

Spring Time has arrived! The Titanic Museums are so fortunate to call two of the most beautiful destinations in the United States, Home. Our Museums are located in Branson, MO and Pigeon Forge, TN. A vacation to either location is sure to be full of many outdoor and indoor activities! This podcast covers the changing of the seasons and what all can be expected when you make a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains, or to the Foothills of the Ozarks.


Titanic Podcast 3/18/2021

The Tragedy Of The Addergoole Fourteen

March is Irish Month at the Titanic Museum Attractions! We cannot let this Month long celebration of Irish Culture go by, without sharing an incredibly impactful Irish story. The Addergoole Parish had fourteen represented on Titanic, making their way to America and a new life. Only 3 would arrive safely in New York.


Titanic Podcast 3/04/2021

Irish Month at the Titanic Museums

The Titanic had an Irish heart! She was built in Belfast, Northern Ireland by over 14,000 Irishmen. It took them 3 years to build her, and in 5 days she was gone. There were 187 Irish passengers on board as well, and only 54 would see America. Hear how the Titanic Museum Attractions take the Month of March and transform it into a month long celebration of Irish culture and Titanic’s own roots Irish roots.


Titanic Podcast 2/25/2021

The Titanic Museum Attractions Honors Black History Month

February is Black History Month, and The Titanic Museum Attractions make sure to honor the Haitian Passenger onboard with his wife and children, traveling back to Haiti by way of Titanic, the passage was booked on another French vessel, but when the Leroche Parents learned of the dinning and other restrictions, they exchanged tickets, for the RMS Titanic. Hear more on this episode.

Titanic Podcast 2/11/2021

First Class Weddings onboard Titanic

On this episode we take a fresh look at one of the more elegant and exciting services offered by the Titanic. Did you know 12 couples onboard Titanic were celebrating their honeymoon? Weddings at Titanic are always First Class and sure to delight any couple interested.


Titanic Podcast 1/28/2021

Titanic’s Star of the Industry

The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge Tennessee is fortunate to have Crew member Josh McInnish on the crew. He has a bachelor degree in the science of music industry, he is an accomplished pianist, composer and music producer with many published works, extraordinary as this story is, imagine accomplishing all of this without sight. Hear about the inspirational award winner, Crew Member Josh, on this episode.


Titanic Podcast 1/21/2021

Descendant interview with Great Granddaughter to the “Unsinkable Molly Brown”
New content starts back on February 4th

First Class Maid Jamie interviews Titanic’s own Margaret Tobin Brown’s great Granddaughter Helen Benziger. Helen is a great friend to the Titanic Museums and we all consider her part of the Titanic Family! Hear how she learned who her Great Grandmother really was, and why the 1964 production of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” was so special to her! It is always a pleasure when Helen comes to town for either ship and this podcast is no exception!


Titanic Podcast 1/14/2021

The Caldwell Family Titanic Story
New content starts back on February 4th

Titanic, but that wasn’t always the plan… Hear from the actual Titanic Descendant of the father, Albert Caldwell, about how fate played a hand in this story of a journey home. This story inspired the descendant, Julie Hedgepeth Williams to write a book, retelling the story her great uncle shared with her, A Rare Titanic Family, and is available for purchase via our website..


Titanic Podcast 1/7/2021

First Class Food On Titanic
New content starts back on February 4th

It amazes me to think how much food had to be secured, purchased and stored before a cross-Atlantic voyage. One can’t realize how much food it took to feed 2,208 passengers and crew let alone the staff required to prepare that food, This episode is all food as we learn about the chief baker on board as well as the final dinner party aboard Titanic.


Titanic Podcast 12/31/2020

A Titanic Happy New Year

We take a look back on the challenges of 2020 and look forward to the bright new year ahead. This episode includes a VERY special guest, the co-owner of the Titanic Museums, Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, as she gives us her parting words for 2020 and inspiration for 2021.


Titanic Podcast 12/24/2020

Christmas Eve Traditions

Officer Emily shares a family tradition with the help of two special guests on this episode for especially for Christmas Eve. We go over a brief history of the Clement C Moore’s classic poem then share the poem together. Merry Christmas to all our Friends and Family.


Titanic Podcast 12/17/2020

Christmas Wishes and Quotes from the Crew!

This episode we take a look back at famous Christmas quotes and poems that inspire us all with the holiday spirit. The Titanic Crew has chosen to share a few impactful pieces that bring the Christmas spirit into our minds and hearts.


Titanic Podcast 12/10/2020

Descendant Interview! Margaret Brown’s Great Granddaughter! Helen Benziger

First Class Maid Jamie interviews Titanic’s own Margaret Tobin Brown’s great Granddaughter Helen Benziger. Helen is a great friend to the Titanic Museums and we all consider her part of the Titanic Family! Hear how she learned who her Great Grandmother really was, and why the 1964 production of “The Unskinkable Molly Brown” was so special to her! It is always a pleasure when Helen comes to town for either ship and this podcast is no exception!


Titanic Podcast 12/03/2020

Titanic’s Star of the Industry

The Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge Tennessee is fortunate to have Crew member Josh McInnish on the crew. He has a bachelor degree in the science of music industry, he is an accomplished pianist, composer and music producer with many published works, extraordinary as this story is, imagine accomplishing all of this without sight. Hear about the inspirational award winner, Crew Member Josh, on this episode.


Titanic Podcast 11/19/2020

Thanksgiving Special

Thanksgiving is upon us! Hear how the Titanic Museum Attractions are preparing for the big day and a special message from the co-owner of the Museums, Mary Kellogg-Joslyn.


Titanic Podcast 11/12/2020

Friday The 13th

Friday the 13th is well known, and its original dates back for centuries! Hear a some history on the peculiar date as well as a special guest, Chad Morin of Ghost Hunt Weekends as we talk about past unexplained experiences and upcoming exciting events. There is much unknown surrounding both Titanic and Friday the thirteenth, hear all about it on this podcast.


Titanic Podcast 11/05/2020

Titanic Honors Veterans Day

On this episode we acknowledge the ones who provide the freedoms of the United States of America. Do you know how Veterans Day came to be? We dive into this national holiday and its origin story along with personal recounts from our very own crew on this podcast. All year long Titanic honors our military service people both past and present with a special offer, and for the month of November that offer is Complimentary admission!


Titanic Podcast 10/22/2020

Celebrate the Centennial of Women’s Rights! Vote!

This year marks the 100th anniversary or centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, giving all US citizen the right to vote regardless of gender. There were 9 known suffragists on board Titanic who support the equality movement, one of which was a male supporter. This anniversary marks a turning point for the nation and civil rights, hear on this podcast how the final vote was cast at the last minute and equal rights were made possible in the state of Tennessee, where one of our Titanic Museums is located.


Titanic Podcast 10/15/2020

First Class Food on Titanic

It amazes me to think how much food had to be secured, purchased and stored before a cross-Atlantic voyage. One can’t realize how much food it took to feed 2,208 passengers and crew let alone the staff required to prepare that food, This episode is all food as we learn about the chief baker on board as well as the final dinner party aboard Titanic.


Titanic Podcast 10/08/2020

Titanic Story Of Frankie Goldsmith

This week we revisit one of our most popular and requested Titanic Stories, the story of 9 year old Frankie Goldsmith, third class passenger. Hearing the Titanic story from a child’s perspective is an interesting view point that deserves to be shared. We bring his story to life on this episode and together learn the fate of the Goldsmith Family.


Titanic Podcast 9/30/2020

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pink ribbons and Pink facemasks, symbols of hope and safety, set to call attention to this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the Titanic Museum Attractions. This marks the 6th year the museums have cleared the decks for this month-long crusade. On this podcast, We spotlight the 7 Titanic Passengers who where later diagnosed with Breast cancer, and hope to bring awareness and a cure to this disease.


Titanic Podcast 9/24/2020

Titanic Descendant Interview – Gary Vartanian

On this episode we share a personal interview with actual Titanic descendant, Gary Vartanian. Gary is the Grandson of Third-class passenger David (Davit) Vartanian and we had the pleasure of welcoming him to the Branson Museum for a special tour and interview with First Class Maid Jamie. Gary indulges us with a regaling story of his grandparents love story and the journey to a home in America that would span a full decade


Titanic Podcast 9/17/2020

The Caldwell Family Titanic Story

On this episode, we take a look at one exceptional Titanic Family. The Caldwell family consisted of two young missionaries, joined by their infant son, traveling back to America aboard the Titanic, but that wasn’t always the plan. Hear from the actual Titanic Descendant of the father, Albert Caldwell, about how fate played a hand in this story of a journey home.


Titanic Podcast 9/10/2020

Titanic’s Wireless Operators

On this episode, we take a look at Titanic’s foremost progressive piece of technology. Do you ever wonder how ships before the Titanic era would communicate? Well, they didn’t communicate directly at all.

The use of flares and flags were the main communication methods, but all of that changed with the introduction of a Irish-Italian man named Gulielmo Marconi and his revolutionary wireless invention.

Titanic was equipped with a Marconi machine, and two wireless operators. Hear how junior wireless operator, Harold Bride, recalls the night of the sinking in a letter he sent to the Marconi company after the disaster.


Titanic Podcast 9/03/2020

Titanic Labor Day Special

What does Labor Day mean to you? A day off? The impending close of Summer?

This week we hear from an actual Titanic Descendant, who worked for both the ship yard building Titanic, and for The White Star Line Company itself after Titanic launched. He was surely no stranger to the labor it took to build and operate the great ship!

Labor Day is an important representation of how modern day labor laws must be preserved. This week we take a look at this national Holiday and what it took to get where we are today.


Titanic Podcast 8/27/2020

Second Class On Titanic


Titanic Podcast 8/20/2020

Third Class On Titanic


Titanic Podcast 8/13/2020

Make it Count – The Grand Staircase


Titanic Podcast 8/06/2020

More than a Museum


Titanic Podcast 7/30/2020

Wallace Hartley’s Violin and Love Story with Fiancé Maria


Titanic Podcast 7/23/2020

A Day In The Life Of A Titanic Crew Member


Titanic Podcast 7/16/2020

Titanic’s Future Storytellers


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