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Just five days before Christmas in 1987, the passenger ship Doña Paz collided with an oil tanker off Mindoro Island in the Philippines. 4,000 passengers died in the tragedy. It was the world’s worst peacetime maritime disaster. Through dramatic first hand accounts from survivors and rescuers, transcripts from the Philippine congressional inquiry into the tragedy, archival footage and photos and a re-enactment of the collision, dissect the unfolding tragedy of Doña Paz.
“Asia’s Titanic” premieres on August 25 (Tuesday), on National Geographic(Channel 41 on SkyCable) at 9:00 pm. It will again be telecast August 26 (Wednesday) at 4:00 am, 9:00 am, 1:00 pm and 9:00 pm; on August 30 (Sunday) at 9:00 pm; August 31 (Monday) at 1:00 am and 5:00 am; Sept. 5 (Saturday) at 6:00 pm, Sept. 28 (Monday) at 8:00 pm and on Sept. 29 (Tuesday) at 1:00 pm. – http://tonyocruz.com/?p=2262
“Asia’s Titanic” is a 100% Filipino made documentary produced by Andrew Roque and directed by Yam Laranas. The documentary took them three years to make, which would have its premiere on the National Geographic Channel across Asia. -http://www.whynotcoconut.com/2009/08/asias-titanic-docu-by-yam-laranas-on-national-geographic-channel/