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Bridget McNeill’s art inspired by Ulster-Scots history

Bridget McNeill’s art inspired by Ulster-Scots history

In the ruins of Bonamargy Friary, Ballycastle, artist Bridget McNeill tells Anne Morrison-Smyth about her research into the McNeill family and how they helped Sorley-Boy McDonnell defend Ireland against the English. Bridget also talks about her paintings which reflect the story of the Antrim coast. (Broadcast: 17th April 2011)


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