The latest from Radyo An Gernewegv

Dynnargh dhe’n wiasva nowydh / Welcome to the new website

Dynnargh dhe’n wiasva usi owth ostya gonisyow radyo ha pellwolok rag Kernewek. Welcome to the website which hosts both the radio and TV services for the Cornish language. If you would like to DONATE to this project and help pay for the monthly TV news show ‘An Mis’ then click here.

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RanG #410 – Keur Heb Hanow

Rang #410 – Keur Heb Hanow Dyski a wren yn kever hwedhel a Geur Heb Hanow. We learn about the story of Keur Heb Hanow.

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RanG #411 – Towlen Nadelik

Rang #411 – Towlen Nadelik Yth eson ni owth omlowenhe Nadelik gans Pol ha Jane.

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RanG #412 – An Vledhen Nowydh

Yth eson ni owth omlowenhe an vledhen nowydh gans Pol ha Jane.

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RanG #413 – Viaj dhe Alban

Ni a dhe Alban dhe weles Yowann Byghan / We go to Scotland to visit Yowann Byghan.

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RanG #415 – Jaqi ha Jerry der an BBC / J&J on the BBC

Yth esa BBC Spotlight ha Radyo Kernow ow kudha lonch JhaJ2. BBC Spotlight & Radio Cornwall covered the launch of J&J2

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RanG #416 – Pons Tamer

Nicholas Williams a lever dhyn istori a Bons Tamer. Nicholas Williams tells us the history of the Tamar Bridge.

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RanG #417 – Kan Rag Kernow

Yth eson ni ow koslowes orth Kan Rag Kernow We are listening to Song for Cornwall.

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RanG #418 – Trelawny

Nicholas Williams a lever hwedhel Trelawny. Nicholas Williams tells the story of Trelawny.

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