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This paper analyses instances of the use and representation of local languages (other than English) in British TV holiday shows. Although most hosts/locals featured in the holiday programmes use English to communicate with the travelling journalists, regardless of the official status of English in their territories,it is not uncommon for the presenters to initiate interaction with the locals in their native language, to quote 'foreign' language phrases in their commentaries/narratives, or todoi:10.1080/09658410308667063 fatcat:yo6hp3kuibch7o6rpg3bpsvffe