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RanG #425 – Dewgh ha Neyja Genev

Flybe a lonch gonis nowydh dhe Gernow gans devnydh a Gernewek.

Flybe launches a new service to Cornwall with a use of Cornish.

RanG #424 – Bardhonegow

Yma towlen leun a vardhonegow an seythen ma.

We have a show full of poems this week.

RanG #423 – Cwlwm Celtaidd

Ni a dhe Borthcawl yn Kembra rag gool keskeltek.

We go to Porthcawl in Wales for an interceltic festival.

RanG #422 – Wosa Gol Piran

Ni a dhe Resrudh, Porthpiran, Truru ha Hellys rag Gol Piran.

We go to Redruth, Perranporth, Truro and Helston for Pirantide.

RanG #420 – Gorloor

Rod Lyon a gews dhyn ow tuchya an Worloor.

Rod Lyon talks to us about the Super Moon.

RanG #419 – Checkennow ha Lloyds

Ray Chubb a gews dhyn ow tuchya kudyn tyli checkennow yn Lloyds.

Ray Chubb talks to us about the problem of paying cheques into Lloyds.

RanG #418 – Trelawny

Nicholas Williams a lever hwedhel Trelawny.

Nicholas Williams tells the story of Trelawny.

RanG #417 – Kan Rag Kernow

Yth eson ni ow koslowes orth Kan Rag Kernow

We are listening to Song for Cornwall.

RanG #416 – Pons Tamer

Nicholas Williams a lever dhyn istori a Bons Tamer.

Nicholas Williams tells us the history of the Tamar Bridge.