This is a collection of interviews and talks given by various Titanic specialists along with at least one noted quack. Bill Sauder, Parks Stephenson, Ken Marschall and others give fascinating details that fill in the story. Well worth listening to what they have to say.
You can skip over the portions with Senan Molony. He draws conclusions which cannot be supported by the evidence, and his presentations take the form of "You can't prove it isn't true, therefore it might be true, and that's good enough for me to think it's true." The most outrageous are his insinuations - and that's all they are, insinuations - that survivors in the lifeboats deliberately extinguished and hid the oil lamps that were in their lifeboats, in order to not attract the swimmers in the freezing sea after the Titanic went down.
This is a very bad misrepresentation of the testimony given by eyewitnesses in numerous accounts, official, personal and private. Molony quotes 2nd officer Lightoller saying he had inspected the lifeboats the next day while on the Carpathia and found that the lamps had been 'hidden under the thwarts.' Molony takes that to mean they were extinguished deliberately and hidden so that swimmers would not be attracted toward the lifeboats. What Molony does NOT tell the listener is that Lightoller was asked about the condition of the lamps, and Lightoller said they had not been lighted or used at all, they were where they had been stored, and had not been found or used by the people in the lifeboats. Account after account from survivors mentioned that they could not find a lamp or a lantern in their lifeboat. Molony is suggesting that all lifeboats, all 705 survivors, conspired to tell the same story that they could not find the lamp in their boat, as a cover-up for the notion that each lifeboat had had a lamp, and extinguished it so the swimmers would not see the boats in the darkness.
Molony is notorious for doing this kind of "research." He produced "research" using this similar technique of insinuation that briefly launched a theory that a coal bunker fire contributed to the sinking, a theory which has since been debunked and proven wrong.