Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
16/26 Pincidh duplicates herself in order to get her chores done. (R)
25/26 Today the Abadas have to find more than one word. The words are 'windsurfing board'. (R)
41/50 Bruno tosses five orange carrots to the Blue Bunnies! (R)
A girl who lives next door to a zoo is told a different story by the animals every night. (R)
47/52 Shere-Khan is sure that his latest plan to trap Mowgli will succeed. (R)
7/13 A story of humans and foxes befriending each other, set in a magical, Japanese landscape. (R)
22/25 Sgrìobag draws a frog called Lachaidh, who remembers having a spell put on him. (R)
5/12 Dizzy the mixer turns detective as she searches for the watermill stone. (R)
8/20 Shaun has to retrieve his football as it has landed in the farmer's garden. (R)
27/27 Trains are not running on time, causing havoc. The Little Prince has to restore order.
3/6 Local communities help archaeologists understand Scotland's past. (R)
2/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
3/4 Gina MacDonald talks of her husband's development of Alzheimers whilst in his late 40s. (R)
16/20 Meeting some of the Germans interested in Scottish and Gaelic culture. (R)
3/40 Cathy MacDonald joins Carol McGiffin, presenter of the magazine show Loose Women. (R)
2/4 Featuring performances from Johnny Rodriguez, Ashville and Keith Macleod. (R)
Margaret Macleod gives her take on faith, music and performing. (R)
Tuesday 6 August 2013