RTÉ programmes including the new documentary film The Man Who Wanted to Fly; Can't Cope, Won't Cope and shows on Radio 1 and Raidió Na Gaeltachta are among the nominees for the Celtic Media Festival Awards which take place in Aviemore, Scotland in June.

RTÉ has received 15 nominations across the various categories for this year's awards, with the winners announced at the festival from June 4-6.

Can't Cope Won't Cope is nominated in the Best Drama Series category

Among the other RTÉ nominees are Prime Time, Ireland's Fittest Family, The Rotunda and Radio 1's The Documentary on One and Drama on One.

RTÉ Raidió Na Gaeltachta and RTÉjr Radio are both shortlisted for Radio Station of the Year.

The Man Who Wanted to Fly is in cinemas now.

RTÉ has been nominated in the following categories:

Best Animation
Peek Zoo (RTÉjr, Dream Logic)

Best Children's Programme
All in Good Time (RTÉjr, Dyehouse Films)

Best Current Affairs
RTÉ Prime Time: Carers in Crisis (RTÉ One, RTÉ News & Current Affairs)

Best Drama Series
Can't Cope, Won't Cope (RTÉ2, Deadpan Pictures)

Best Entertainment
Ireland's Fittest Family (RTÉ One, Animo Kite)

Best Factual Entertainment
The Rotunda (RTÉ2, Scratch Films)

Best Factual Series
No Country for Women (RTÉ One, RTÉ)

Best Single Documentary
The Man Who Wanted to Fly (RTÉ One, Loosehorse)

Best Radio Comedy
Drama on One: The Curse of the Button Accordion (RTÉ Radio 1)

Best Radio Documentary
Documentary on One: In Shame, Love, In Shame (RTÉ Radio 1)

Best Radio Magazine Show
Bláthnaid Libh (RTÉ Raidió Na Gaeltachta)

Best Radio Music Programme (Live)
Ceol Binn Ó Na Beanna (RTÉ Raidió Na Gaeltachta)
Manglam Ceoil (RTÉ Raidió Na Gaeltachta)

Best Radio Station of The Year
RTÉ Raidió Na Gaeltachta
RTÉjr Radio

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