Westward Bound: Beryl Markham's Transatlantic Flight


Beryl Markham was Africa's first female licensed racehorse trainer, but by the 1920s she'd found a new passion: flying. She went on to become Kenya's first female commercial pilot, and by 1936 she was ready to fly solo across the Atlantic. Or was she?

Topics in this Podcast: women in aviation, aviation history, African history, 20th century, women