Anyone for a cúpla focal?


Cearbhall from Cruinneog 🙂

Well lads, it was only a matter of time.

I’m famous!

I’m giving up this “volunteer-in-the-third-world” craic and I’m going to be a broadcast sensation instead.

If you miss the dulcet tones of my voice and ye want to hear me brutalise our mother tongue for a few minutes, then tune in to RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta ag 11.00 r.n. ar an Satharn seo chughainn.  Athchraoltar an clár ar a 8.00 i.n. Dé Domhnaigh má tá tú fós sa scratcher.

N’fheadar a mbeinn féin ábalta éisteacht leis, mar sin caithfidh sibh bhur léirmheastóireacht a sheoladh chugham 😉

Beir bua x


10 responses »

  1. i knew it was inly a matter of time before you would be discovered. one usually has to go abroad first of course. i was going to offer to be your manager the day i met you.

    • Look Marlies it’s not my fault they didn’t teach you Irish when you were at school in Holland!!

      An Irish language radio programme did an interview with me yesterday evening and it will be broadcast at the weekend 🙂

      Hope all is well in Addis xxx

  2. I always found it difficult keeping up with the conversation when in Ireland, and thought it was because they all spoke at once, but it seems they spell differently too….
    Do we get a translation in to proper speech for the Yorkshiremen who are falling onto your every word?

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