Made In Ulster

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    Made In Ulster, Series 1

    29/04/2018

    Series exploring the ideas, history and culture of Ulster-Scots. William Crawley and guests explore how religious music is at the heart of the Ulster-Scots story.

    Listen online at 6pm Sunday,local time, or listen to the podcast after the broadcast.

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    BBC Radio Ulster - Made In Ulster, Series 1, 29/04/2018
     
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    Interesting series. Over half my family were Ulster-Scots, immigrated over in 1714 or so, NYC and from there all over the place, some 36 of them originally, ahd hardly anybody died early or childless, a miracle in those times. Others were French Huguenots who fled to someplace near 'The Plantation' in the late 1600's to the Charleston area.
     
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    The original leaders of the Irish nationalist movement were Ulster Protestants, like Wolf Tone and many others.
     

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