Well, it’s that time of year again where thousands of our young school goers descend on Gaeltacht areas to do courses in the Irish language for 3 weeks at a time. We’ve heard plenty about how the students fare down through the years, but what of the Bean an Tí, who is required to become a “surrogate mother” to these young teenagers over the Summer? How do they cope with the demands.
Well, Róisín O’Hara, returned to her home turf of Connemara recently and spoke to many at the coalface . She joined us from the Galway studio