Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
Murdaidh and friends misplace Mgr MacArtair's wooden shamrock.
20/50 Bruno learns how to do jumping jacks with the Jumping Jackrabbits. (R)
Padraig has lost his basket. To find it, he and Blarag use their five senses. (R)
9/26 Develop a voice fit for radio and discover the levitating power of your little fingers. (R)
25/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
4/26 Today's word guarantees plenty of fun, but which Abada should go in search of it? (R)
16/26 Gaby thinks she is really grown up, much too old for dolls and things. (R)
Robert has taken over the yard and now Wendy can move in. The machines set up her caravan. (R)
10/12 Featuring teams from Lionel Primary School and Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu.
2/6 This episode looks the River Tweed. (R)
1/18 Gaelic for beginners, presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
Journalist and broadcaster Martin Macdonald in conversation with Donald Morrison. (R)
5/10 A look back at some of the events of 1990 through film, music and personal memories. (R)
10/18 A celebration of the Tiree accordion scene and the influence of tutor Gordon Connell. (R)
Barbara Dickson sings 'Rigs O' Rye' accompanied on guitar by Troy Donockley.
8/13 Drama Gàidhlig stèidhichte ann an Leòdhas. Gaelic soap based on the Isle of Lewis. (R)
1/10 A selection of Scotland's best musicians and singers. (R)
Wednesday 13 March 2013