cornish language

AGAN TOWLENNOW / OUR PROGRAMMES

Radyo / Radio

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.

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RanG #420 – Gorloor

Rod Lyon a gews dhyn ow tuchya an Worloor. Rod Lyon talks to us about the Super Moon.

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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.

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RanG #418 – Trelawny

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

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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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Pellwolok / TV

Jaqi ha Jerry 2

Dehweles a wra Jaqi ha Jerry gans gwestoryon hag ilow / Jaqi and Jerry are back with guests and music. Meur ras a skoodhya an ragdres ma dhe FEAST,...

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AN MIS 16 – MIS KEVARDHU 2018

An dowlen ma yw towlen nowodhow yn Kernewek. Dyllys yw pub mis. / This is a Cornish language news programme. It is published every month.

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Morganow

Lowender Peran a synsas esedhvos kana morganow / Lowender Peran held a shanty singing session.

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AN MIS 15 – MIS DU 2018

An dowlen ma yw towlen nowodhow yn Kernewek. Dyllys yw pub mis. / This is a Cornish language news programme. It is published every month.

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AN MIS 14 – MIS HEDRA 2018

An dowlen ma yw towlen nowodhow yn Kernewek. Dyllys yw pub mis. / This is a Cornish language news programme. It is published every month.

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Nowodhow news

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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Adro dhyn / About us

Matthew Clarke

Matthew Clarke

Presentyas

Matthew Clarke yw jornalyas hag a ober der radyo yn Kernow. Ev re skrifas lies kan y’n taves ha’ga seni gans y vagasow Skwardya ha Krena. Krena a waynyas Kesstrif Kan PanKeltek 2005, hag yth esa bri meur a-hys an bys dhe Skwardya 2006 pan dorras hwedhel a-dro dhedha ow kana Beatles der Gernewek. Kyns es dalleth Nowodhow an Seythen ha Radyo an Gernewegva, Matthew a skrifas nowodhow yn Kernewek warlinen dres lies bledhen, ha gwiasvester o gans gwiasva Kowethas an Yeth Kernewek: Warlinenn. Hag ev owth oberi gans an Kowethas, ev a dreylyas lavar dhe Gernewek rag askororyon The Simpsons. ‘Rydhsys rag Kernow lemmyn!’ veu kriys gans Lisa Simpson yn dyllans arbennik an dowlen Nadelik 200.

Nicholas Williams

Nicholas Williams

Deryvasor

Nicholas Williams was born in Essex and taught himself Cornish while still at school, becoming a language bard while in his teens. He learnt Irish as a student and for over thirty years taught Modern Irish in University College, Dublin. Y feu Nicholas Williams genys in Essex hag a wrug desky Kernowek dhodho y honen pàn esa ev whath i’n scol. Nyns o va ugans bloodh whath pàn veu va gwrës bardh yêth a’n Gorseth. Ev a dhalathas studhya Godhalek i’n ûnyversyta ha dres moy ès deg bledhen warn ugans ev o arethyor in Godhalek Arnowyth in Coljy an Ûnyversyta, Dulyn.

Tim Saunders

Tim Saunders

Deryvasor

Tim Saunders yw bardh a-vri gans lies lyver dyllys yn-dann y hanow. Ev yw trigys yn Kembra gans diw vyrgh dhodho neb a gows Kernewek ynweth. Ev yw freth yn Kembrek kekeffrys ha Kernewek ha re skrifas a-barth towlen bellwolok S4C ‘Pobel y Cwm’. Ev a wra deryvas nowodhow Kembra gans RanG omma hag ena. Tim Saunders is a well-known poet with many books published under his name. He lives in Wales and has two daughters who speak Cornish too. He is fluent in Welsh and Cornish and has written for the S4C programme ‘Pobel y Cwm’. He does a Welsh news report every now and again for RanG.

Ashley Taylor

Ashley Taylor

Deryvasor

Trigys yw Ashley yn Lannstevan hag ev a dhyskas Kernewek dhe klassys gorthugherweyth ena hag yn Kelliwik ynwedh. Ev a wra kevri dhe’n dowlen termyn dhe dermyn, yn arbennek, yn unn rekordya hwarvosow yn Kernow Soth-Est kepar hag an servis nadelik yn eglos Sen Iv. Ashley lives in Launceston and he learnt Cornish at evening classes there and in Callington. He contributes to the programme from time to time, in particular, recording events in South-East Cornwall such as the Christmas service in St. Ive church.