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Folk singer Judy Collins talks about her new PBS special

Judy Collins (center), with WGBH radio hosts Margery Eagan (left) and Jim Braude.

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Judy Collins (center), with WGBH radio hosts Margery Eagan (left) and Jim Braude.

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Judy Collins, the pop singer, activist, and author, best known for songs like “Chelsea Morning,” and “Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season),” dropped by the WGBH studios Wednesday to talk with radio hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan about her PBS special “Judy Collins: Live in Ireland.” Collins was recently inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame.

James Burnett can be reached at james.burnett@globe.com.
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