Sealladh ùr bho Alba. A new view from Scotland.
Paids's ball has come apart and he has nothing to play with. (R)
22/26 Where will Ela go today to find a windmill? (R)
14/20 Birds are eating all the seeds - until the children help the farmer to make a scarecrow. (R)
Scoop is digging when he spots a wiggly worm in the earth. He puts it safely to one side. (R)
22/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
13/26 Charlie wins a school prize for his rocket. He explains to Lola it isn't a toy. (R)
22/52 The basilisk explains that he is the mythical King of the Serpent, not a small snake. (R)
1/26 Will Aonghas ever get to sleep as Cheryl carries out her rather noisy chores? (R)
14/20 Ceitidh Morag's cousins are up to mischief. (R)
4/26 The story of Wilbur, who as a wildebeest, learns how to walk within minutes of being born.
10/13 Gaelic soap set on the Isle of Lewis. (R)
Local, national and international news from BBC ALBA.
4/10 American fitness freak Arnold Logan is invited to Fraochy Bay. (R)
3/10 Donald Morrison is in conversation with Skye-based writer and poet, Myles Campbell. (R)
3/4 Gina MacDonald talks of her husband's development of Alzheimers whilst in his late 40s. (R)
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2/10 Includes Charles and Di's wedding and Michael Foot's protest march through Glasgow. (R)
12/12 Artists featured in this episode are Seumas Begley, Frankie Gavin and Michael McGoldrick. (R)
3/3 The fleet have a huge fishing day and the processing plant gets backed up.
3/6 Torcuil tastes black puddings and meets a crazy chef. (R)
1/6 Unusual individuals and stories from the world of Irish dancing. (R)
4/8 Linda is in Nottinghamshire test driving the Peel 50, the world's smallest car.