Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
8/26 Lola finds out a fortune doesn't last forever. (R)
Gaelic children's programme. (R)
The Little People sing a song about the postman. (R)
9/12 Martainn leads the team on a muddy convoy as they shift the water-wheel. (R)
15/26 The contestants on the annual hot air balloon race get stranded and need to be rescued. (R)
5/26 An alien caveman comes to earth and tries to take the Ceannard Rollins as his loved one. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
8/10 Sophie is pretending to be a princess, so Louie draws her a peacock. (R)
29/30 Gaelic children's programme. Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
3/26 Adventures with the Koala Brothers in the Australian outback. (R)
6/26 The MBC kids are busy and the last thing they need is a gadget-eating jellyfish alien.
3/10 Calum MacInnes gives a tour around his family croft in Totescore. (R)
4/6 Streath a' sealltainn boidheachd beantann na h-Alba. The beauty of Scotland's mountains. (R)
9/18 Gaelic for beginners, presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
9/23 Colin still has a long way to go before he succeeds in chatting up the lovely Frankie. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
2/3 The work of some remarkable guide dogs. Violet and Lena attend puppy class. (R)
What communication means in the world of deaf, blind and deafblind people.
7/11 Anne Morrison and Kevin Walker visit the dancers of Glasgow's Maryhill Integration Network
An opportunity to see how the BBC's Midweek reported on the West Highland Free Press. (R)
Are the youth of today growing up too fast? Derek MacKay and guests discuss. (R)
Tuesday 26 July 2011