The musicians helping revive the Cornish language
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The musicians helping to revive the Cornish language

The Cornish language has been dismissed as dying, or even dead, but musicians are giving it a new lease of life.

There’s been a revival in singer-songwriters from across the county and further afield - such as the singer Gwenno - performing in Cornish.

Video journalist: Tony Smith. Presenter: Sarah Gosling.

This video is part of a special series from Penzance, Cornwall. BBC News is exploring the challenges and the opportunities for communities in Coastal Britain.

  • 09 Oct 2019
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