Thomas Andrews - the Titanic's gentleman hero

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Thomas Andrews helped designed the Titanic, but lost his life on the ship.

He is remembered as a hero for helping get others into lifeboats.

The naval architect left behind a young wife and child.

In an exclusive interview for BBC Newsline a daughter of his widow gives Sarah Travers an insight into the private life of the famous the ship builder.

From 06:00 BST on 15 April there will be live coverage of the Titanic commemorations on our Titanic live web page and from 06:20 BST on BBC 2 NI. There will also be coverage on BBC Breakfast and on the BBC News Channel.

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