Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
8/20 Have fun finding out about the different countries around the world. (R)
20/50 Bruno learns how to do jumping jacks with the Jumping Jackrabbits. (R)
19/26 Calvin is so busy being curious that he forgets about his birthday. (R)
Blàrag and little dog Paids meet a grumpy fox who is always complaining. (R)
17/26 More fun and games with the Koala Brothers. (R)
10/25 With Kurt in Genosha the truth about the so-called 'mutant paradise' comes out. (R)
4/35 Gabh air do shocair! Buntàta Amh discovers portion control. (R)
10/10 Kathryn MacLennan shares her passion for accordion music. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country.
20/26 Children's programme in Gaelic. (R)
It's fancy dress with The Little People. (R)
The animals get back at Giggles and Tickles for always having the last laugh. (R)
21/26 When Sandy and Seòras put out a distress call, Lucas struggles to reach them. (R)
24/25 Aifric takes part in the school musical. (R)
3/35 Fairich math le biadh fallain. Buntàta Amh tries to eat healthily. (R)
8/26 The series on the nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland looks at the windhover. (R)
4/18 Gaelic for beginners, presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
15/23 Cumberland tries his hand at Holywood scriptwriting with a doggy detective story. (R)
Concerts, meetings and events - a round up of what's on across the country. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
13/17 The two semi-finalists are presented with a particular ingredient each has to use. (R)
The story of priest, poet and folklorist Father Allan MacDonald.
7/8 Calum Iain has won his first rally of the season. Will his form continue? (R)
Norwegian adventurer Lars Monsen travels from North east-Alaska to the Labrador-coast. (R)
2/3 Capercaillie playing to a large audience at Glasgow venue The Fruitmarket. (R)
5/6 A documentary series telling the islanders' history through their genes. (R)
Friday 9 September 2011