Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
Facal an là. Today's word. (R)
Grandpa Piggley Winks weaves one fantastic tale after another for his young grandchildren.
7/50 Bruno bounces three colourful balls and then bounces along with them. (R)
Children's programme. The Little people are singing a song about Christmas today. (R)
Blarag and her friend Paids meet a flower who feels sad because she lives alone. (R)
5/26 A poor father prioritises his son's education and the son finds a job with a magician.
6/26 Once upon a time, when there was only night, a trickster god plans to steal the daylight.
12/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
19/26 Tha na h-Abadas a' dol a lorg turtur-mara. The Abadas are searching for a sea-turtle. (R)
44/50 Bruno tiptoes quietly and then stomps around being very loud. (R)
6/13 Children's animated series. (R)
Will Molly's mother, Queen Heloise, be tricked into marrying the evil scoundrel Bonifacio? (R)
3/6 Hillwalker Colin MacLeod visits the Cairngorms and learns the origins of the name. (R)
16/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
19/21 Calum Campbell and Angus MacDiarmaid cook for the Reverend James MacIver. (R)
Is convicted killer Angus Sinclair responsible for more of Scotland's unsolved murders? (R)
2/6 Oban High School Pipe Band performing at the 2011 Piping Live! festival in Glasgow. (R)
5/9 Murray takes on a American Monster truck while Fiona is turning heads in a Renault Twizy.
The endangered paradise of Boubanjida a national park in northern Cameroon. (R)
5/14 Ian Carr and Simon Thoumire with a set of reels. (R)
7/7 Featuring Battlefield Band, Emily Smith, Linda MacLeod, Blazin' Fiddles and Breabach. (R)
Friday 14 December 2012