GàidhligEnglish

Programme Archive Tasglann Phrògraman

Chì Mì’n Tìr/From Harris with Love

BBC ALBA – Monday 16 September at 8.30pm

Chì Mì’n Tìr

BBC ALBA - Diluain 16 Sultain aig 8.30f

Alasdair up the Clisham

A CHRONICLE OF LIFE IN A UNIQUE ISLAND COMMUNITY - FROM HARRIS WITH LOVE ON BBC ALBA

‘Chì Mì’n Tìr / From Harris with Love’ takes viewers on a enchanting journey of what life is like for the people of Harris in the Outer Hebrides as the new six-part series comes to our screens on BBC ALBA.

The series documents eight months in the lives of the islanders and each weekly programme will follow the stories of some of the most engaging characters in this community.

‘Chì Mì’n Tìr / From Harris with Love’ focuses mostly on North Harris, an area of rugged beauty and spectacular scenery with the occasional trip to South Harris, best known for the stunning beaches on the west coast and the rocky landscape of the Bays of Harris in the east.

Ten years ago, the people of North Harris were successful in taking ownership of the land on which they live and the North Harris Trust was formed to run the estate on behalf of the community. At over 60,000 acres, it is one of the largest community owned estates in Scotland.

Harris has a population of about 2,000, of which around 700 live in the villages of North Harris. It’s a close-knit community where people know each other well.

Some of the characters whose stories feature throughout the series include:

• Poacher turned gamekeeper Sammy Macleod, who is now responsible for fishing permits on the Laxdale lochs near Tarbert;
Kate Langley and her family who moved to the tiny village of Rhenigidale from Birmingham three years ago;
Moreen Maclennan who is in 5th year at Sir E Scott school, where she and the other girls in the senior choir are preparing to take part at the Royal National Mod;
• Veteran shepherd Alasdair Macdonald;
• Asian shop-keeper Akram as he holds a pre-Christmas sale at the Skye Gathering Hall in Portree
• Eagle enthusiast Robin Reid who is building a new eco-house in the Bays of Harris and;
Alec Morrison who runs Tarbert Stores, one of Harris’s oldest and most unusual shops.

Viewers are also offered an insight into a day in the life of a deer stalker as the crew go out on the hills to join the Deer Stalking Club, a unique club which was established to enable local people to engage in this county pursuit.

Later in the series, a visit to Amhuinnsuidhe Castle, owned by businessman Ian Scarr-Hall who joined forces with the community of North Harris in an historic partnership, provides further detail on the community take-over of the land which, at the same time, saw Ian Scarr-Hall purchase the castle and the fishing rights.

‘Chì Mì’n Tìr / From Harris with Love’ has been produced for BBC ALBA by Corcadal Productions and will start on Monday 16 September at 8.30pm and each consecutive Monday throughout the six-part series.

Chì Mì’n Tìr – sùil air coimhearsnachd Cheann a Tuath na Hearadh

Sreath ùr do BhBC ALBA a tha a’ leantainn sgeulachdan cuid dhe na daoine a tha a’ fuireach air eilean àlainn na Hearadh, gu h-àraidh muinntir A’ Chinn a Tuath, ach le sgrìob no dhà gu deas cuideachd!

Bho chionn deich bliadhna, fhuair muinntir Cheann a Tuath na Hearadh sealbh air an fhearann air a bheil iad a’ fuireach agus chaidh Urras Cheann a Tuath na Hearadh a stèidheachadh gus an oighreachd a ruith às leth na coimhearsnachd.

’S e coimhearsnachd sgaipte a th’ ann le deugachadh de bhailtean beaga. Tha timcheall air 2,000 neach a’ fuireach anns na Hearadh air fad agus ’s e 700 dhiubh sin a tha a’ fuireach ann am bailtean a’ Chinn a Tuath.

Thairis air ochd mìosan, bhathas a’ filmeadh cuid de charactaran an àite agus a’ leantainn nan sgeulachdan aca tro na ràithean.

Am measg nan Hearach air am bi sinn a’ cur eòlas anns an t-sreath seo:

Sammy MacLeòid a bha aig aon àm gu math dèidheil air a bhi a’ poidseadh, ach a tha a-nis a’ coimhead as dèidh nan lochan aig Lacasdal faisg air an Tairbeart;
Kate Langley agus an teaghlach a thàinig a dh’fhuireach a bhaile beag Rheanaigeadal à Birmingham bho chionn trì bliadhna air ais
Moreen NicIllinnein a th’ air a’ chòigeamh bliadhna ann an Sgoil an Tairbeirt. Tha Moreen agus na nigheanan eile a th’ anns a’ chòisir còmhla rithe ag ullachadh airson a dhol chun Mhòd ann an Dùn Omhain
Alasdair Dòmhnallach a th’ air a bhith a’ cìobaireachd ann am beanntan na Hearadh bho bha e na bhalach
• A’ dol air turas dhan Eilean Sgitheanach còmhla ri Akram, fear aig a bheil bùth air an Tairbeart, fhad ’s a tha e a’ cumail fèill reic ann am Port Rìgh
Robin Reid, aig a bheil ùidh mhòr ann an iolairean agus a tha a’ togail taigh ùr anns na Bàigh
Ailig MacIlleMhoire a tha a’ ruith bùth cho annasach ’s a th’ anns na Hearadh, an stòr air an Tairbeart.

Bidh sinn a’ dol a-mach a shealg anns na beanntan an cois buill de chlub sealg na Hearadh, club a tha a’ toirt cothrom do mhuinntir an àite a dhol a-mach agus beathach fèidh fhaighinn dhaibh fhèin agus a’ tadhal air caisteal Amhainn Suidhe, a th’ air a bhith aig cridhe oighreachd Cheann a Tuath na Hearadh bho chaidh a thogail anns an naoidheamh linn deug.

’S ann leis an fhear-gnìomhachas Ian Scarr-Hall a tha an caisteal. Nuair a bha coimhearsnachd Cheann a Tuath na Hearadh a’ beachdachadh air sealbh fhaighinn air an talamh bho chionn còrr is deich bliadhna air ais, thàinig esan a-steach còmhla riutha agus chaidh compàirteachadh sònraichte a chuir air dòigh eadar e fhèin agus muinntir a chinn a tuath, far an do cheannaich esan an caisteal agus còraichean iasgaich na h-oighreachd agus fhuair a’ choimhearsnachd sealbh air an talamh.

Sia prògraman à coimhearsnachd inntinneach na Hearadh, Chaidh Chì Mì’n Tìr a riochdachadh le Corcadal Productions airson BBC ALBA.


2013 Programme Archive Tasglann Phrògraman 2013

Hogmanay Cèilidh 2013Cèilidh na Bliadhn' Ùire 2013
Siubhal le ShepherdSiubhal le Shepherd
CunnartCunnart
Capercaillie @ 30Capercaillie @ 30
Na Trads 2013 – LIVENa Trads 2013 – BEÒ
Trusadh: The Private DiseaseTrusadh: An Galar Dìomhair
EòrpaEòrpa
Hibernian v Inverness Caledonian ThistleHibernian v Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Trusadh: The Children’s PanelTrusadh: Èist ris a’ Chloinn
Ramsdens CupCupa Ramsdens
Scotland v Northern IrelandAlba v Èirinn a Tuath
Two Days In OctoberDà Là San Dàmhair
My Brother the Ark RaiderBràithrean na h-Airce
HoneyballersHoneyballers
WeddingsBainnsean
BethesdaBethesda
Referendum DebateRathad an Referendum
From Harris with LoveChì Mì’n Tìr
Rapal TVRapal Tbh
BelladrumBelladrum
Albion Rovers v RangersAlbion Rovers v Rangers
Sutherland Cup FinalCuairt Dheireannach Cupa an t-Sutharlanaich
Hebridean Celtic FestivalFeis Cheilteach Innse Gall
Islands of the WestInnsean an Iar
Highland MidwivesMnathan-Glùine
Trusadh: The Ladies and Gents Trusadh: Gaisgich nan Goireasan
Ricky RossRicky Ross
Taghadh bho Na TradsTaghadh bho Na Trads
Gothenburg ‘83Gothenburg ‘83
Glasgow Warriors v OspreysGlasgow Warriors v Ospreys
A Hooker's JourneyTuras Huiceara
Scottish Challenge Cup FinalCupa Dùbhlan na h-Alba
HomelessGun Dachaigh
Sgoil nan Cuileanan - Where Obedient Dogs RuleSgoil nan Cuileanan
RaboDirect PRO12RaboDirect PRO12
Eòrpa - 20th anniversary this weekEòrpa - 20 bliadhna an t-seachdain seo
Turas TonyTuras Tony
Fuine / Home BakingFuine
Dà-FhillteDà-Fhillte
The Little Prince / Am Prionnsa BeagAm Prionnsa Beag
Trusadh: Tiree – Outside the BoxTrusadh: Buaidh Thiriodh - Beò air a’ Bhogsa
Scarlets v Edinburgh RugbyScarlets v Edinburgh Rugby
Trusadh : Living with DementiaTrusadh : Seargadh-Inntinn
RAPAL TVRAPAL Tbh
St Johnstone v CelticSt Johnstone v Celtic
Lisdoonvarna 'When Love Comes To Town'Lisdoonvarna
Trusadh: Stornoway Maritime MattersTrusadh: Sealladh bhon Chaladh
Cuirm @ Celtic: SMO@40Cuirm @ Celtic: SMO@40
Solas - Shamrock CitySolas - Shamrock City

2015 Programme ArchiveTasglann Phrògraman 2015

2014 Programme ArchiveTasglann Phrògraman 2014

2013 Programme ArchiveTasglann Phrògraman 2013

2012 Programme ArchiveTasglann Phrògraman 2012


News Archive Tasglann Naidheachdan

Follow this link to the 2014 news press release archive.

Lean an ceangal seo gu tasglann naidheachdan 2014.