Dermot Crowley reads from the memoir by traditional Irish matchmaker Willie Daly. Telling tall tales of true love, this is a fascinating journey through modern rural Ireland and its recent past.
Coming from a line of traditional Irish matchmakers, Willie's father made his last match a month before he died - finding a wife for his son.
Abridged by David Jackson Young.
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