BBC Alba joins Radio nan Gàidheal, the BBC's Gaelic language radio service.
17/26 There's a new superhero in Baile Mòr: Brag Mòr-bhrag. Can Pincidh get the scoop? (R)
11/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
10/13 William makes a wish and a new adventure begins! (R)
17/26 Create coasters from seaweed and keep a clock ticking with potato power. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round-up of what is on across the country.
16/26 It's the teddy bears' picnic, but one of them is missing, and Pat has to find him. (R)
The little people are singing a song. Today they are singing about a garden. (R)
22/26 Children's programme in Gaelic. (R)
2/26 No one is amused when Sandy and Seòras make an unexpected catch. (R)
5/25 Sophie's mum is struggling with money so Aifric and Sophie decide to help. (R)
1/35 A' gabhail eacarsaich le peata. Buntàta Amh takes Sliseag for a walk. (R)
2/35 A' snamh am broinn an taighe. Buntàta Amh swims at home despite not having a pool. (R)
1/6 Sal an Mara looks at the lives of those dependent on and influenced by the sea. (R)
1/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
11/23 DJ Des fronts a promotional bid for Aberant to host the 2020 Olympic Games. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round-up of what is on across the country. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
5/12 London Gael Tommy MacAskill joins Tony Kearney for a meal, and reminisces.
7/7 Exclusive interviews, match action and a behind-the-scenes look at Celtic and Rangers FC.
A panel of political party representatives face the audience who are ready with questions. (R)
4/6 Anns an stiuideo an t-seachdansa bith Endor a Glaschu. The music of Glasgow band Endor. (R)
Friday 29 April 2011