Track 1: The late Madame MacDermot, her own background. Track 2: Her education. She traces the ancestry of the maternal side of her family. Track 3: Her first visit to Ireland and her first impressions. Track 4: Meeting her future husband Charles for the first time. She describes his time in Malaya and his work on a rubber plantation. She discusses the Second World War years, and his three-and-a-half years in a prison camp there. Taking over the farming business from his father in 1948 and building up the dairy herd. Track 5: She spoke about her own enquiring mind and her passion for local history. Track 6: The local placenames. Track 7: Reading from the family diaries.