The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. 4,188 talking about this. BBC Alba is broadcast for up to seven hours a day in the United Kingdom on satellite platforms Sky and Freesat, cable provider Virgin Media and on digital terrestrial provider Freeview in Scotland only. [25] The criticism resulted in MG Alba announcing publicly in the West Highland Free Press that the 'red button option' for English language commentary would not expand to other sports or areas of the channel.[26]. The channel is financed from the BBC Scotland budget and by MG Alba, which itself is financed by the Scottish Government and UK Government. [30] The station also altered their coverage of Scottish Premiership highlights, showing one hour highlights of two non-televised matches on a Saturday and Sunday night at 22:00. [10] The channel also launched on Virgin Media (Scotland only) on 18 May 2011,[11][12] and was made available nationwide on the Virgin Media and Sky platforms, the former on 6 November 2012. Hogmanay ceilidh craic, with Cathy Macdonald and Niall Iain Macdonald. [20], BBC Alba also struck a deal with the Scottish rugby authorities to show one live rugby, Scottish Premiership Division One match every weekend.[21]. The 45 minute programme is available on iplayer [24] Writers and authors were reported by the BBC Gaelic news service as setting up a campaign, GAIDHLIG.TV, to increase Gaelic content on BBC Alba. 4,597 talking about this. An array of stunning Gaelic singers and musicians providing ceilidh craic and a sensational playlist to take us through the bells and into 2021! [6][7] On 28 January 2008, the BBC Trust gave the go-ahead for a Gaelic channel. The backdrops are formed from images that are common to many elements of BBC Alba's presentation. In Europe, these channels' main mission is not commercial, but the promotion of the original languages. Home > BBC > BBC Alba > 2018- > Christmas 2019 and 2020. The decision to introduce 'red button facilities' to allow viewers to switch to English language sports commentary, first announced in August 2014 for rugby and the Guinness Pro12 series, was heavily criticised by the Gaelic community. A nightly news programme, An Là, airs nightly throughout the week, usually in its regular slot of 8:00 pm. BBC Alba continuity presentation and channel management is based in Stornoway, while the news services are based in Inverness. The BBC Trust has today given its approval for Gaelic-language service BBC Alba to be made available to viewers in Scotland on Freeview. BBC Alba News Official Website The information presented on this page has been researched by members of the TVARK team and is offered in good faith, correct to the best of our knowledge. Performing on the show will be Peat & Diesel, Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band, the trio Sian and ceilidh band Trail West. The historian Michael Fry has argued that many of its viewers only watch it for the football coverage, because "you don't need Gaelic to watch football", and that in this way the channel is "cheating". The Ident Gallery Idents and presentation graphics from a multitude of British television channels both past and present. For logistical reasons, live broadcasts (including the news) are not subtitled, although certain events (e.g. [19] The matches only included Gaelic commentary along with English subtitles. BBC Alba has in-vision continuity during peak time - here presented by Fiona MacKenzie. They are the Scottish Gaelic versions of the CBBC and CBeebies channels. See all episodes from Cèilidh na Bliadhn' Ùire. BBC Alba is a Scottish Gaelic language digital television channel jointly owned by the BBC and MG Alba. BBC Alba is a Scottish Gaelic-language free-to-air television channel jointly owned by the BBC and MG Alba. Other football coverage includes all Scotland U21s and Women's matches. For the 2015–16 season, BBC Alba will show 20 live matches (excluding Rangers) from either 2015-16 Scottish Championship (including the play-off final), League 1 or League 2 as well as four matches from the Scottish Challenge Cup. Stream live CNN, FOX News Radio, and MSNBC. During the 2009–10 season, the station broadcast one full Scottish Premier League game every Saturday night. Children's programmes are shown for two hours every weekday, between 17:00 and 19:00. Some criticism had been levied over the channel's addition to Freeview, primarily due to the BBC's original plan (with acceptance from the BBC Executive) to remove all 13 BBC Radio channels from Freeview for Scottish viewers over the period that BBC Alba will be shown on Freeview (between 5 pm and midnight); however the criticism has not been directed at the BBC's decision to extend BBC ALBA to Freeview in principle. Home > BBC > BBC Alba > 2008-2018 > BBC Alba : 2008 Miscellaneous Presentation. Following the BBC Trust consultation in November 2007, the Audience Council Scotland recommended their support for the creation of the service on 7 December 2007, stating that the Trust should pursue carriage of the service on digital terrestrial television and that the existing "Gaelic zone" programming on BBC Scotland should remain after the launch. The Gaelic television channel, a partnership between BBC … Read about our approach to external linking. Children's programmes are not subtitled. Between its launch in September 2008 and the beginning of 2010, the BBC Alba channel lost a third of its viewers, but its number of viewers remains five times larger than the size of the Gaelic speech community in Scotland (just over 58,000[27]). Read about our approach to external linking. 2018 Presentation Christmas 2019 and 2020 Christmas 2018. In 2010 BBC Alba bought the rights for Celtic League rugby jointly with public service broadcasters from the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales. BBC Alba fits squarely into a much more ancient Gaelic tradition, because, in many ways, the channel is the modern equivalent of the sennachie. The launch night was simulcast on BBC Two Scotland between 9:00 pm and 10:30 pm and there was a launch event held at the National Museum of Scotland, which was recorded by the channel's news service An Là. BBC Alba is a Scottish Gaelic TV channel, it used to air Thomas & Friends episodes. Ceòl agus craic air Oidhche Challainn, le Cathy NicDhòmhnaill agus Niall Iain Dòmhnallach. 4,505 talking about this. The channel began broadcasting on satellite at 9:00 pm on 19 September 2008 with a launch video featuring a new rendition of the Runrig song, Alba. Feedback Have you insider information on upcoming presentation, or maybe you have seen something new? Most of the channel’s content is produced in Scotland, which is a unique thing in the United Kingdom. A study carried out for the channel indicated that 650,000 people watched BBC Alba per week in the first two months of broadcasting, in spite of only being available to around a third of Scots. Breaking news, sport, TV, radio and a whole lot more. [22], In May 2020, BBC Alba broadcast the last five matches of Women's Bundesliga.[23]. BBC Alba has visited the sites of numerous past film locations to celebrate the indelible mark that the Highland landscape has left on global cinema. Home > BBC > BBC Alba > 2018- > BBC Alba : 2018 Presentation. The station is unique in that it is the first channel to be delivered under a BBC licence by a partnership and is also the first multi-genre channel to come entirely from Scotland with almost all of its programmes made in Scotland. It aired the eighth and ninth series episodes. People, culture, news, sport, television shows and radio programmes from BBC Alba. On 2 December 2013, it was confirmed that more radio stations were made available 24 hours in Scotland, but with some trade-offs. The first ever cinema documentary entirely in Scottish Gaelic called Iorram (Boat Song) will be shown on BBC ALBA on New Year’s Day.. BBC Alba Find out what's on BBC Alba tonight at the UK TV Listings Guide Wednesday 06 January 2021 Thursday 07 January 2021 Friday 08 January 2021 Saturday 09 January 2021 Sunday 10 January 2021 Monday 11 January 2021 Tuesday 12 January 2021 Wednesday 13 January 2021 A look at the construction and history of the QE2 from those in Clydebank who lived near or worked at John Brown shipyard. Most of the adult programming on BBC Alba contains on-screen English subtitles. In 2007, the BBC Trust opened a consultation for a Gaelic digital service in partnership with the Gaelic Media Service. Cinema Gadelica will be celebrating locations used in everything from James Bond and Harry Potter to … BBC Alba is a Gaelic language channel jointly owned by the BBC and MG Alba. The Gaelic television channel, a partnership between BBC … the annual Hogmanay broadcast Bliadhna Mhath Ùr) have scripted elements that are subtitled, while interviews and ad-libbed lines are not. [18] The game selected was always one not covered by either live Sky Sports or on an on-demand basis by BT Vision and was shown three hours after the end of the match. BBC ALBA, an t-seanail telebhisean Gàidhlig; co-bhanntachd eadar am BBC agus MG ALBA. Hogmanay ceilidh craic, with Cathy Macdonald and Niall Iain Macdonald. The horizontal variant above, however, remains in some situations. The BBC spent £8 million on the channel, of which £5 million was used for programming, in 2011/12[13] MG Alba applies the majority of its budget (£12.4 million in 2008/09) to the Gaelic Digital Service. Output on the channel consists of news, current affairs, sport, drama, documentary, entertainment, education, religion and children's programming, broadcast on most days between 5 pm and 12 am. [20] BBC Alba then started broadcasting First Division games, beginning with the match between Airdrie United and Clyde on 22 February 2009. Launched on 19th September 2008 on Digital Satellite, Cable and Freeview in Scotland, it features a mix of new and classic shows either produced exclusively in Scottish Gaelic, or redubbed in the language. (Peter Manuel - The End of Evil? These include: The Gaelic community, including writers Aonghas MacNeacail,[failed verification] Angus Peter Campbell,[failed verification] Lisa Storey and musician Allan MacDonald,[failed verification] have criticised the non-availability of Gaelic subtitles, and the emphasis on English language interviews and reportage in the channel's content for adults. BBC America1 | BBC Brit (South Africa) | BBC Canada2 | BBC Earth (Australia | Canada | Sony BBC Earth3 | South Africa) | BBC Entertainment | CBeebies (Australia and New Zealand) | BBC First | BBC Lifestyle | BBC Living | BBC … The first part of a live cèilidh from Skye, presented by Mary Ann Kennedy, was followed by a specially produced comedy drama entitled Eilbheas (Elvis), starring Greg Hemphill as Elvis Presley, at 9:30 pm. This is the 30 second video - other shorter edits are also shown. The channel reached an agreement with the Scottish Football League to broadcast live football games during the 2008–09 season. Across the islands of the Outer Hebrides, voices from the past tell stories of the sea Programmes are also available to watch on the Internet live through services including the BBC iPlayer and some programmes are available for seven days after broadcast on this service and on catch up services of some other services. [29] The three stations were chosen because they have the highest evening audience ratings on digital television of the seven BBC radio stations unavailable on FM radio. Fishing Boat ident. Although BBC Alba is a 21st century creation that works at the cutting edge of digital media, using the latest technology, it is worth thinking about the historical context. There are interviews with Dickson - who recounts the transition from folk hero to pop star and the rise to fame that followed - as well as, Eddi Reader, Clare Grogan, Lorraine McIntosh, KT Tunstall, Emma Pollock, Amy Macdonald, Lauren Mayberry, Be Charlotte and newly emerging talent Kitti. Watch BBC ALBA live, find TV programme listings and schedules, plus enjoy your favourite shows on BBC iPlayer. BBC Alba is a Gaelic-language television channel produced in Scotland. This began with the final of the Challenge Cup, which was also sponsored by MG Alba. The channel's first independent commission, Peter Manuel – Deireadh an Uilc? Cathy Macdonald and Niall Iain Macdonald welcome you as they raise a glass at the bells to bid farewell to the old year and welcome in the New Year. The name “Alba” is the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland. On 19th September 2008, at 9pm, BBC Alba was launched, with a launch video featuring a new rendition of the Runrig song, Alba. airing. BBC Alba combines television, radio and on-line programme content. BBC Alba is a Scottish Gaelic-language free-to-air television channel jointly owned by the BBC and MG Alba.The channel was launched on 19 September 2008 and is on-air for up to seven hours a day with BBC Radio nan Gàidheal simulcasts. The Gaelic television channel, a partnership between BBC … Filmed across a season, Gàrradh Phàdruig, follows newbie gardener Peter MacQueen. The channel’s announcement follows a fabulous year of coverage of women’s sport, including the Women’s Six Nations, and landmark coverage of Scotland in […] [9][28] On 19 May 2011, it was reported that the BBC has backed down on the plans, after the BBC had "managed to reengineer facilities" to allow BBC Radio 1Xtra, 5 Live and 6 Music to continue to broadcast on a 24-hour basis. [2][3][4], BBC Alba has an average viewership of 637,000 adults over the age of 16 in Scotland each week.[5]. Ceòl agus craic air Oidhche Challainn, le Cathy NicDhòmhnaill agus Niall Iain Dòmhnallach. [16] and curling.[17]. Starting in 2018, a rebranding initiative has the first hour is presented as CBeebies Alba and the second hour as CBBC Alba. This channel is a joint venture between the BBC and MG Alba, and it was launched on September 19, 2008. The BBC informs, educates and entertains - wherever you are, whatever your age. BBC ALBA will be offering a range of television and online programmes to support pupils in Scotland who are learning in Gaelic. [31] BBC Radio 4, 4 Extra, 5 Live Sports Extra, BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Asian Network were restored, but as noted in the blog with some technical trade-offs, such as mono audio rather than stereo during the evenings on the radio stations mentioned and the audio bit rate of the TV channels in Scotland on Freeview reduced to 192 kbit/s from 256 kbit/s. As the home of Scottish women’s sport, BBC ALBA’s schedule will include a broad selection of live sport including international, European club and domestic football, international rugby and domestic shinty and curling. It also airs other shows. Nach tog sibh glainne còmhla rinn airson fàilte mhòr chridheil a chur air 2021. [8] After being subject to a review by the BBC Trust and a recommendation from the Audience Council Scotland in 2009, a plan was announced to broadcast the channel on Freeview, in Scotland only, from the digital switchover (2010) under the proviso that reach of the service extended beyond the core Gaelic audience to 250,000. It airs tonight, Friday, at 9pm on BBC ALBA. Watch BBC ALBA live on BBC iPlayer. Ma tha sibh ag iarraidh deagh chèilidh, gheibh sibh e le ceòl bho leithid Peat & Diesel, an GFC Band, Sian agus Trail West. Saturday night features weekly coverage of a selected Scottish Premiership match and matches are regularly shown from the Scottish Women's Premier League and the friendlies and competitive matches involving the Scottish Women's National Team. It launched on the 19th of September 2008 and the headquarters could be found was Pacific Quay (Glasgow) and Stornoway. Plus 100,000 AM/FM … The new idents were launched in September 2018, with the BBC Alba logo now in BBC Reith Sans font. A number of independent companies have been commissioned to produce content for the channel, or have productions currently[when?] BBC ALBA, an t-seanail telebhisean Gàidhlig; co-bhanntachd eadar am BBC agus MG ALBA. The name Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland. To celebrate its 10th birthday on Wednesday 19th September 2018, BBC Alba refreshed its on-screen look and introduced specific presentation for CBeebies and CBBC on Alba on Monday 17th. In addition, the station also broadcasts a live news programme every day, with the weekend news provision beginning in 2018. [14] BBC Scotland's headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow is used to transmit the programmes.[15]. [citation needed] The model is, however, both common and intentional as it is on comparable channels such as the Irish language channel TG4, the Basque broadcaster EITB or the Welsh channel S4C. This was approved on 27 December 2010 by the BBC Trust[9] and the service launched on Freeview on 8 June 2011. Official site: See the BBC Alba website. The channel was launched on 19 September 2008 and is on-air for up to seven hours a day. Titles such as Baile Mhuilinn, A’ Bhuth, Leugh le Linda, Aithne air Ainmhidhean and Saidheans Sporsail will be screened in the daily CBeebies and CBBC ALBA schedule with all programmes available through iPlayer after transmission. BBC Alba concentrates on four sports: football, rugby, shinty. The stories of shopping lists of stolen QE2 items you could buy, the strikes, the deliberate sabotage to extend the contract. BBC Alba broadcasts more Scottish sport than any other channel, with over three hours a week of football, rugby and shinty. The name Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland. BBC ALBA, an t-seanail telebhisean Gàidhlig; co-bhanntachd eadar am BBC agus MG ALBA. This lyrical portrait of life in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, past and present, is a Bofa and Tongue Tied Films production, in association with Creative Scotland and BBC ALBA. Controversially, no English dialogue on the channel is subtitled into Scottish Gaelic. The channel was launched on 19 September 2008 and is on-air for up to seven hours a day with BBC Radio nan Gàidheal simulcasts. As well as the final of the 2015-16 Scottish Junior Cup. Home Beethoven's links to Gaelic music unearthed in new BBC ALBA documentary BBC ALBA is set to mark the 250th anniversary of the historic German composer … media.info: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the media.info BBC Alba page. The presentation was created by Design is Central, based in Glasgow. 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Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations. From Wikipedia: This article is about the BBC's Gaelic-language television channel.The channel was launched on 19 September 2008 and is on-air for up to seven hours a day. This article is about the BBC's Gaelic-language television channel. Thèid am prògram a lìbhrigeadh le Cathy NicDhòmhnaill agus Niall Iain Dòmhnallach agus bidh iad a’ guidhe ceud mìle fàilte dhuibh maille ri cèol is craic! BBC Alba simulcasts the BBC's Gaelic-language radio service BBC Radio nan Gàidheal as well during the day after midnight (1am on Saturday night). ), a drama documentary produced by STV Productions, was shown at 10:30 pm before the opening night closed with the second half of the live cèilidh from Skye. BBC Alba - Glasgow, UK - Listen to free internet radio, news, sports, music, and podcasts. Listen to free internet radio, and bbc alba home was launched on Freeview on 8 June.... 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