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RanG #479 – Gerlyver Nowydh

Roger Courtenay a lever dhyn adro dhe erlyver nowydh.

Roger Courtenay tells us about a new dictionary.

 

 

RanG #478 – Pennseythenyow Kernewek a’n termyn tremenys

Graham Sandercock a borth kov a bennseythenyow Kernewek a’n termyn tremenys.

Graham Sandercock remembers old language weekends from times past.

 

 

RanG #477 – Gool bardhonieth warlinen

Gool an Bys / Duffy ha’n Jowl / Devonwall / Sesshyon Kana

 

RanG #476 – Virus Kurungylgh

Dileys yw lies hwarvos Kernewek awos Kovid-19

Covid-19 means the cancellation of many Cornish events.

RanG #475 – Yma Pennseythen Gernewek ow tos

Sarah Cooke a Gowethas an Yeth a gews genen a-dro dhe Bennseythen Gernewek.

Sarah Cooke of the Cornish Language Fellowship speaks with us about the Cornish Language Weekend.

RanG #474 – Gool Piran

Gool Piran a veu synsys gans an howl ow splanna warnan.

St Piran’s Day was held with the sun shining on us.

RanG #473 – Gol Piran ha Dydh Tregedna

Dydh Tregedna a veu synsys gans Agan Tavas – hag yma Gol Piran ow tos.

A Tregedna-rules day was held by Agan Tavas – and St Piran’s Day is coming.

RanG #472 – Piwasow GK

Tamsin Spargo a lever bos nes an linen-varow rag henwel nebonan rag piwasow Gorsedh Kernow.

Tamsin Spargo tells us the deadline for Gorsedh Kernow prize nominations is near.

RanG #471 – Ewrop

Yma Nicholas Williams ow hwithra devedhyans a’n hanow ‘Ewrop’.

Nicholas Williams is looking into the origin of the name ‘Europe’.

RanG #470 – Tesen?

Tim Saunders a re dhyn dew wers flogholeth ha Nicholas Williams a lever dhyn bos an ger ‘tesen’ yn Kernewek neppyth moy avel bara.

Tim Saunders gives us two children’s verses and Nicholas Williams tells us the work we use for cake in Cornish is something more like bread.