The Master Mariner: Running Proud
In this first half of an epic portrayal of the hazardous life of a British seaman through the past four centuries, master mariner Matthew Lawe sails with Drake and Hudson, serves with Samuel Pepys, and stands firm with Nelson at Trafalgar
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