You can find and hear Jèrriais across the internet on specialist sites and on streaming services.
From the list below you can see there are many places you can find Jèrriais. We hope these are of interest. If you think we have missed one that may be useful please contact us and lets us know.
L’Office du Jèrriais is a Jersey government funded body which provides lessons in schools and to the public and promote the use of Jèrriais in the island through their LearnJèrriais service.
Here you will find links including copies and recordings of articles in Jerriais, books read, Utalk a language learning app which now includes Jèrriais and lesson material for the young and older students.
A few examples include:
Established in 1873 the Société Jersiaise produces and facilitates research relating to topics of interest in the island and shares that knowledge for the benefit of our island community. The sections include one for Jèrriais which meets monthly.
Their “Les Pages“ website includes Audio (“Audgo”) where you can hear Jèrriais.
The full set of Lettres Jèrriais can be found at the BBC Sounds page for Jersey Voices
Geraint Jennings, has recorded many phrases, poems and other readings on Soundcloud.
Badlabeques is a group of local singers who perform in Jèrriais and their songs can be accessed through a number of channels
YouTube includes videos in Jèrriais posted by groups and individuals including L’Office d’Jèrriais including:
Since 2016, Maison de la Normandie et de la Manche oversees the publication of the quarterly “Le Rocher”, the only French-language newspaper in the Channel Islands.
Facebook also includes groups which may be of interest. The link for L'Office du Jèrriais is near the top of this page but there are also many others if you search Facebook for them.