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Irish language media

Gaelport is a new Irish Language portal and a free newsletter via e-mail is also

Am Teanga Bheo
The weekly Irish language section of the Irish Times is known as An Teanga Bheo and is published every Wednesday ...

TG4 is a national television channel which celebrated its sixth birthday on 31 October 2002. Over 730,000 viewers tune into the channel each day. The daily Irish language programme schedule is its core service: over five hours of innovative quality programming in Irish supported by a wide range of material in other languages ...

Radio programs from RTÉ are available in RealAudio format for http transfer or as a RealAudio stream. Click on the FTP icon to download the file before playing, or the headphones icon to hear the stream over the Net ...

The most recent program in each language can be heard via the internet. The website address is...
You will see "Choose a program". Scroll down to "Irish-Gaelic" and click on "Go".

Clár na Gaeilge ar Raidió SBS: 10.00 pm on Wednesday evenings

Broadcast frequencies

Melbourne: 1224 AM
Sydney: 1107 AM <
Newcastle & The Hunter: 1413 AM
Wollongong: 1485 AM
Canberra: 105.5 FM
Brisbane: 93.3 FM
Darwin: 100.9 FM
Hobart: 105.7 FM
Adelaide: 106.3 FM
Perth: 96.6 FM