RanG #437 – Fest Kernewek

Gari an Gov a gews genen a-dro dhe Fest Kernewek.

Gary Angove speaks to us about Fest Kernewek.

RanG #436 – Ysolt, Fylm ha Morganow

Nicholas Williams a gews ow tuchya istori an hanow Ysolt ha Merv Davey a lever dhyn neppyth ow tuchya kanow a’n mor.

Nicholas Williams speaks about the history of the name Ysolt while Merv Davey tells us something about shanties.

RanG #435 – Ebron y’n nos

Davydh a vir orth an ebron ha styrya an pyth a welir ynni an mis ma.

Davydh watches the sky and explains what one can see in it this month.

RanG #434 – Rudh po Gell?

Nicholas Williams a wovyn pyth yw an ger ewn – po rudh po gell?

Nicholas Williams asks what is the proper word in Cornish for ‘brown’?

RanG #433 – Piw o Dewi?

Nicholas Williams a lever dhyn prag y kevir Dewi ha Davydh yn Kernewek.

Nicholas Williams tells us why one finds Dewi and Davydh in Cornish.

RanG #432 – Dalva an Yeth

Mark Trevethan a wra daswel a Dhalva an Yeth hag yma Esther Johns genen y’n studhla.

Mark Trevethan reviews Dalva an Yeth and Esther Johns is with us in the studio.

RanG #431 – Wosa Feri Hellys

Towlen leun a geskows hag ilow yw warlergh Gol Feri Hellys.

A programme full of talk and music on the heels of Helston Flora.

(Skeusen: Sarah Tresidder)

RanG #430 – Towl Kernewek Konsel Kernow

Kabynet Konsel Kernow a dhegemer an towl Kernewek.

Cornwall Council’s cabinet accepts the Cornish language plan.

RanG #429 – An Guntelles Keltek

Ray ha Denise Chubb a gespresent an dowlen ma awos bos An Guntelles Keltek an bennseythen ma.

Ray and Denise Chubb co-present this show because it is the Celtic Congress this weekend (26/27ves)

RanG #428 – Sidi nowydh Keur Heb Hanow

Ni a gews gans Keur Heb Hanow ow tuchya aga sidi nowydh.

We talk with Keur Heb Hanow about their new CD.