Raidió na Gaeltachta and IrishCentral team up to bring you a day in the life of an Irish-language journalist.

We may be in the midst of St Patrick's Day hype but just as importantly, it's also Seachtain na Gaeilge, the fortnight of fun and festivities celebrating Ireland's native language, Gaeilge. 

To mark the occasion, we've invited Áine Ní Bhreisleáin (@Aineeibhlin), a journalist with Irish-language radio station Raidió na Gaeltachta, to take over IrishCentral's Twitter account on Monday, March 11, to show you a day in the life of the Gaeltacht (the parts of Ireland where only Irish is spoken).

You can follow IrishCentral's Twitter account here. 

Áine is a reporter with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta in the studio in Doirí Beaga, Gaoth Dobhair in West Donegal. She has been employed there since 2015, working with news and current affairs programmes.  She also has an Irish language podcast on RTÉ called "Beo ar Éigeán" with her friends and colleagues Siún Ní Dhuinn and Sinéad Ní Uallacháin .

Her interests are politics, Irish literature, folklore and the verbal arts and she spent seven years working as a TV reporter with RTÉ/TG4 before joining the radio. 

Is clár reachtaire í Áine Ní Bhreisleáin (@Aineeibhlin) le RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta sna Doirí Beaga, Gaoth Dobhair i nDún na nGall ó bhí 2015 ann.

Bíonn sí ag plé le cursaí reatha agus le na cláracha nuachta agus tá podchraoladh aici féin agus a cairde Siún Ní Dhuinn agus Sinéad Ní Uallacháin 'Beo ar Éigeán' ar leathanach Gaeilge RTÉ .

Tá suim mhór aici i gcúrsaí polaitíochta, i litríocht na hÉireann, béaloideas agus i ndrámaíocht. Chaith sí 7 mbliana ag obair mar iriseoir le Nuacht RTÉ/TG4 .

Be sure to follow Áine from 11 am GMT (6 am EST) Monday and ask her any questions you may have on her home of Donegal, her work as a journalist with Raidió na Gaeltachta or her love of Irish literature and folklore! 

You can follow IrishCentral's Twitter account here. 

Áine Ní Bhreisleáin is a reporter with RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta in the Studio in Doirí Beaga, Gaoth Dobhair in West Donegal.