Dance judge Len Goodman discovers how the impact of the Titanic disaster is still felt a century after the ship sank. Len has his own connection to the ship; before he was a dancer, he was a welder for Harland and Wolff. This was the company that, from 1909 to1912, built the Titanic in Belfast. Len worked for the same company fifty years later, at their yard in east London.
To mark the centenary of the Titanic tragedy in 2012, Len explores the ship's one hundred year legacy. He learns how for victims' families, and for the survivors themselves, the sinking was just the beginning of the story. Generations later, those stories are still unfolding as Len meets the modern-day descendants to learn how, 100 years after it sank, the Titanic's legacy lives on.