for a while now, I been searching online and though several books for a definitive and complete timeline of all of Titanic's distress calls and replies from other ships. I just recently brought "Titanic: Signals of Disaster" but was slightly disappointed to find just a few miscellaneous messages from Olympic and Baltic with the book's main aim of giving a overview of Bride and Phillips work and how the Marconi wireless was seen by the public. (It still worth getting and I would recommend it but don't hope for too much). Back to Topic, I since found several sources on various trust on the internet and would like to ask everyone's opinion on what's the best to trust and use for research (or if there's another source I completely missed and anyone minds suggesting): Wireless Distress Messages Sent and Received April 14-15, 1912 (by Mark Baber) (A condensed scale of all messages sent during the sinking and in my view the best source) (A BBC Radio Show narrated by Sean Coughan, Author of "Titanic: Signals of Disaster" similar to the video above) http://www.paullee.com/titanic/pv.html (by Paul Lee) Which one of these (or another source) is the best for study and research in your opinion? Thank you in advance to anyone who knows any good sources.