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Irish radio award for Manx language documentary

Aundyr radio Yernagh son claare-fysseree mychione y Ghaelg

She soilsheydys yindyssagh son çhengey ghooie yn Ellan, claare-fysseree radio mychione y Ghaelg - claare chossyn aundyr.

Shen cordail rish Adrian Cain, yn offishear-lhiasee Gaelgagh son Culture Vannin.

Jenny Goggin as Treasa Bhreathnach ass rheynn-Yernish Radio Ullee, haink ad gys yn Ellan ayns Mee Boaldyn 2014 dy recortyssey yn claare-fysseree.

Neayr's shen, ta'n claare er ny vriwnys myr yn fer share sy vrastyl Yernish jeh Aundyryn Cloie Fonografagh Nerin. Hie yn aundyr er stowal ayns Galliu.

Ta Mnr Cain gra dy vel eh ny red mie dy vel anaase er y Ghaelg har mooir.


Irish radio award for Manx language documentary

An award-winning radio documentary about the Manx language is great publicity for the Island's native tongue.

That's according to Manx language development officer for Culture Vannin, Adrian Cain.

Jenny Goggin and Treasa Bhreathnach from the Irish language department at BBC Ulster came to the Island in May 2014 to record trhe documentary.

It has since picked up the 'Best Irish Language' category of the Phonographic Performance Performance Awards in Galway.

Mr Cain says it's good to see interest in Manx from overseas.

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