Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
Murdaidh, Fionnlaigh and Leacsaidh go in search of the source of some strange noises. (R)
46/50 Bruno shows the flowers how to grow. (R)
It's fancy dress with The Little People. (R)
14/50 Bruno shares his favourite snack with the pink cow. (R)
Blàrag imitates the animals who can swim, fly and spring along very fast. (R)
4/26 Tell the difference between diet and regular drinks and how to avoid sticky situations!
19/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
24/26 The word is 'firework', and there's only one Abada up to the challenge - it's Super Seren! (R)
10/26 Catriona loves getting her friends into trouble, but one day her behaviour backfires. (R)
12/13 Children's animated series. (R)
4/12 Featuring teams from Iochdar Primary School and Acharacle Primary School. (R)
2/6 Exploring the Orkney Islands. (R)
8/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
4/5 The games are imminent and the Western Isles competitors are making final preparations. (R)
A week in the life of those living in the Highland village of Newtonmore in 1978.
6/6 Julie Fowlis returns home for the 15th anniversary festival. Also performing are Breabach. (R)
4/6 Musical fusion in the Garage with Maeve MacKinnon and Injuns. (R)
14/35 The Peladao is an event involving thousands of footballers and hundreds of beauty queens. (R)
12/14 Mairearad Green and Anna Massie perform 'Welcome Return/Big Blue'. (R)
Former Western Isles councillor Mairi Bremner in conversation with Donald Morrison. (R)
Friday 1 February 2013