Now on a CD this amazing audio was originally a 33 ⅓ rpm record presented by the Titanic Historical Society as a historic document incorporating the complete original. The award winning CBC program aired in 1972 written and narrated by Neil Copeland and produced for Vantage Records by A. Alan Botto. Here in this rare recording you will hear for yourself what happened that fateful night as told by the actual survivors who were in their nineties and have since passed away including second-class passenger Eva Hart, first-class saloon steward Frederick Dent Ray, first-class passenger Edith (Rosenbaum) Russell, Second Officer Charles Lightoller, Captain Stanley Lord of the S. S. Californian and Peter Padfield, author of The Titanic and the Californian who debates Leslie Reade about the Californian. The original album cover was painted by Ken Marschall. Time: 60 minutes.