Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
20/26 Pincidh is in big trouble when she can't think of a talent for her class talent show. (R)
45/50 Bruno learns to dance a jig like the green frogs. (R)
3/26 It's time for a new Abada word and a brand new adventure. The word is 'icicle'. (R)
4/50 Bruno rides his little bicycle while the Big Elephant rides a big bicycle. (R)
15/20 At school, the children have fun playing with toy cars and lorries of every colour. (R)
2/9 Three case studies for secondary learners: migration, the environment and the Holocaust.
Blarag's friend Paids has lost his brown colour and needs her help to find it again. (R)
6/13 Gaelic children's programme. (R)
1/26 Lola is a fussy eater and says she will never ever eat a tomato. (R)
The animals tell of Audrey's struggle to keep her egg warm. (R)
12/20 Shaun and the flock are assisting Bitzer in putting together hidden treasure. (R)
11/13 Despite his wealth the King has never known how to enjoy himself. (R)
1/26 Lara is horrified to wake up with a large spot and refuses to leave the house. (R)
1/7 Exploring Stirling Castle. (R)
4/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
3/4 Cathy MacDonald explores Caithness and Sutherland using 'The Silver Darlings' as her guide (R)
The Western Isles has the highest percentage of people living in fuel poverty in Scotland. (R)
Award-winning classical music star Russell Watson opens up to Cathy MacDonald. (R)
2/2 The second part of an alphabetical journey through the BBC's song archive. (R)
Dr Finlay talks about living on Lewis where he was born. (R)
Tuesday 3 September 2013