Herstory: Ireland’s Epic Women

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In this episode, we focus on T E C H N O L O G Y.

Kay McNulty – Computer programmer ENIAC (1921 – 2006)

Kathleen “Kay” McNulty Mauchly Antonelli was a Donegal Gaeilgeoir, computer programmer and one of the six original programmers of the ENIAC, the first general-purpose electronic digital computer.

With contributions from Dr. Angela Byrne, Dr. Mary McAuliffe and Kay McNulty’s daughter, Gini Mauchly Calcerano.

Featuring stories expertly researched across history, space, the 32 counties and beyond. We categorise our bi-lingual, epic tales across 6 story pillars; Arts, Business, Science, Technology, Aviation, and Power. Each episode explores some of the most remarkable periods in history through the stories of some of Ireland’s most remarkable pioneers in each field. These stories are a vital part of the bigger national picture. It’s your story. It’s my story. It’s Herstory.