It’s time we all admit it – the Irish language is cool again
Nowhere was this more obvious than on the red carpet this weekend at the BAFTA’s, where Irish was heard from not only the cast and crew of An Cailín Ciúin, but major stars like Paul Mescal and Brendan Gleeson.
Love Island-style Irish language show is looking for singletons to take part
“The rules of Grá ar an Trá are very simple: we have six single women and six single men all looking for love,” a statement for the series reads.
Belfast gears up for its biggest-ever spring festival, Féile an Earraigh
“We are delighted this year to partner once again with Conradh na Gaeilge, and to be involved with the all-island initiative Seachtain na Gaeilge”
Ros na Rún wraps 27th season with 2000th episode in March
Filming of Season 27 in the Gaeltacht Coastal village of An Spidéal came to a conclusion on Friday the 10th of February
WATCH: Paul Mescal gives Irish-language interview on BAFTA red carpet
Paul Mescal gave an impromptu Irish language interview with TG4’s Caitlín Nic Aoidh at the BAFTAs
Café in Tallaght says Irish is becoming more popular due to An Cailín Ciúin and TikTok
Dawn McKeever, who works at Aon Scéal in Tallaght, believes the language has become more popular in recent times as more people look to connect with their culture.
TG4 joins forces with Broadcasters from Wales, China, and Korea for international Stadiums co-production
Broadcasters from Ireland, Wales, China and the Republic of Korea have joined forces to co-produce a new series focusing on some of the world’s greatest sporting arenas.
Xiaomanyc, whose real name is Arieh Smith, is known all over the globe for his videos showing the reactions of Chinese people to him speaking their language
Loved An Cailín Ciúin? 3 more incredible films as Gaeilge
Whilst the world has its eyes on Oscar-nominated An Cailín Ciúin, there are plenty more incredible films as Gaeilge.
A new campaign is calling on everyone in Ireland to learn the words to Amhrán na bhFiann.
The ‘Learn our Anthem’ campaign is launching with a competition for primary school children.