BBC Alba joins Radio nan Gàidheal, the BBC's Gaelic language radio service.
Scots Gaelic animated series following the exploits of a big red dog and his friends. (R)
It's Uilleam's birthday and Blarag and her friends are preparing a surprise party. (R)
14/22 Blarag shows us pictures of a dragonfly and an eagle from her photo collection. (R)
21/26 Dave loves taking risks, so when he hears the circus is in town he rushes to join. (R)
18/23 The adventures of Cuiseag, Anndra and her host of creature friends. (R)
Jack reads a story to his puppet friends in the Gingerbread House. (R)
15/26 It's time for the Christmas Holidays but the MBC aren't about to get a chance to rest. (R)
Calum is the number one fan of Myland, the new cyberspace phenomenon. (R)
16/26 Danny catches a bug named General Louse. But this turns out to be an alien bug.
19/26 A look at the secret hunters among Britain and Ireland's wildlife. (R)
Julie Fowlis in concert at Celtic Connections singing 'Oganaich Uir a rinn m'fhagail'. (R)
16/18 Gaelic for beginners, presented by Rhoda MacDonald.
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
4/6 Julie Fowlis returns home for the 15th anniversary festival. Also performing are Breabach.
21/21 Fiona MacKenzie and Derek 'Pluto' Murray cook for Christine Primrose and Cathy MacDonald.
Catch up with Donnie Macsween, the boy featured in the BBC's documentary from the 1960s.
The story of writer and broadcaster Donny B Macleod. Delving into the archive of his work. (R)
Music and song on the theme of love.
14/26 Iain MacKinnon presents a New Year mix of hymns, psalms and faith stories. (R)
Tuesday 4 January 2011