Clár Faisnéise le TG4 ó Oileán Árainn Mhór. | TG4 Documentary on Arranmore Island.

[lang_ie]Beidh Clár Faisnéise dírithe ar an saol, cultúr agus an phobal ó Oileán Árainn Mhór le craoladh ar TG4 ar feadh ceithre seachtaine ag tosú ar an Domhnach seo – 17 Feabhra ag 9.30 i.n.  Is é ainm an clár nó – Bliain in Árainn Mhór

Tá roinnt ball foirne, daltaí agus tuismitheoirí ó Gairm Scoil Mhic Diarmada ag cuir leis an chlár agus beidh le feiceáil na naisc ar leith atá  idir an scoil agus an pobal áitiúil i roinnt tionscadal éagsúla. Beidh tú ag finné freisin an ról tábhachtach atá ag an scoil chun cuidiú le hoileánaigh choimeád ar bun a stádas Gaeltachta, cultúr agus oidhreacht.

Mar sin, beidh an chéad cheann de na ceithre eipeasóid a chraolfar ar TG4 Dé Domhnaigh, 17 Feabhra ag 9.30 i.n. Beidh fós na rannpháirtithe ar an chlár a labhairt i nGaeilge agus i mBéarla agus beidh an clár a fotheidil.  Sílim go mbeidh an am céanna i gceist leis na cláir gach oíche Dé Domhnaigh ach bí cinnte agus seiceáil an troirleabhar do TG4.

Tá súil agam go mbainfidh sibh uilig sult as.[/lang_ie]

[lang_en-uk]A documentary entitled “Bliain in Árainn Mhór” is to be broadcast on TG4 shortly and in the coming weeks. This four part documentary which was filmed over a twelve month period last year looks at contemporary life on Arranmore Island, Co. Donegal.

Some staff, students and parents from Gairm Scoil Mhic Diarmada also contribute to the programme and you will notice in particular the close links between the school and the local community in a number of different projects. You will witness too the crucial role of the school in helping islanders maintain their Gaeltacht status, culture and heritage.

The first of the four episodes will be broadcast on TG4 on Sunday, 17 February at 9.30 p.m. Contributors to the programme speak in both Irish and in English and the programme will be subtitled. The follow on episodes are probably at the same time each Sunday evening but please check the TV Listings for TG4 in case of change.

Hope you all enjoy.[/lang_en-uk]

by Donegal ETB