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Grace O'Mally, The Pirate Queen, was a flamboyant outlaw and the scourge of the Western Approaches. An unsung Celtic heroine, Grace's story is outrageous, involving kidnap, murder, piracy and intrigue. She lived in a time of great change - in 16th century Ireland, the old Gaelic way of life was being encroached upon by the English, and shifting loyalties set clan against clan and tribe against tribe…
Join Donna and Tom as they dive into the life and times of this remarkable woman.
Opening music by Stefan Kartenburg, featuring Dimitri Artmenko on strings, and it's from dig.ccMixter.
Closing music by Wellington Sea Shanty Society : Great Open Sea
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