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“Titanic Sub: Lost at Sea” Set To Air On British TV

Written by Tony Ghaul

A new documentary titled “Titanic Sub: Lost at Sea” has been announced by U.K. broadcaster Channel 5.

The documentary will air on Thursday at 7 p.m. local time, will be presented by Dan Walker, host of 5 News, Variety reports.

The focus of the live special will revolve around search and rescue efforts to locate the missing Titan submersible before it runs out of its four-day air supply.

The Titan submersible vanished during an underwater expedition to observe the wreck of the Titanic on June 18.

The program aims to convey the story of the five individuals trapped at the bottom of the ocean.

The managing director of content at ITN, Ian Rumsey said the documentary would be approached with sensitivity, given the gravity of the situation.

The missing Titan submersible is operated by OceanGate Expeditions and carries five individuals on board.

Among the missing are Shahzada Dawood, a British-Pakistani businessman, and his 19-year-old son Suleman Dawood, as well as Hamish Harding, a British businessman and space tourist.

The crew includes Paul-Henri Nargeolet, a former French Navy commander and expert diver, and Stockton Rush, the founder of OceanGate, Inc. and the submersible pilot.

Photo courtsey of Inside The Magic

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