List Of Television Channels In Celtic Languages
Celtic-language television channels are available in France, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Many speakers of languages like Irish, Welsh and Breton have demanded television channels in their own languages for many years and have been successful, with Scottish Gaelic speakers joining them with the launch of BBC Alba in 2008, but languages like Manx and Cornish still don't have a full-time television channel.
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