Caledonia TV is a producer of quality factual and children’s programmes. Based in Scotland it has a global perspective, making programmes all over the world.
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Air a' Smùid (Steaming)
From 29th December 8.30pm, BBC ALBA
Small PufferIn this three-part series a team of puffer enthusiasts battle to save a 66 year old vessel from the scrap heap. VIC 27 was built during World War 2 but on on her rusty bow she bears the name Vital Spark - a throwback to her glory days as star of the BBC's 1994 series of "The Tales of Para Handy".
Goes out on the 29th, 30th and 31st December 8:30pm on BBC ALBA.

Kerry is Kirsty: Rothan gu Robhanais (Pedaling to the Point)
Every Tuesday from 5 January 8.30pm 2016, BBC ALBA
Hebridean Way

South Uist born sisters Kerry and Kirsty MacPhee head for the Hebrides in pursuit of their latest cycling challenge.  Their goal - to make the route from Vatersay to the Butt of Lewis as difficult as possible!

 

 

 
 In Production 

Bho Mhinistear gu Moderator (From Minister to Moderator)

ModeratorCaledonia TV  has been commissioned by BBC ALBA to make an hour-long observational documentary following the Rev Dr Angus Morrison's year as Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.  The Glencoe-born Gaelic speaker will be in office from May 2015 and Caledonia TV will be with him as he carries out his official duties.

Ceann an Rìgh (The King's Head)

Ceann an RìghExciting new science is being harnessed by historian Dr Martin MacGregor to discover secrets about the life and death of Robert the Bruce.   The Glasgow University academic has commissioned world-renowned professor of Craniofacial Identification, Caroline Wilkinson, to create a 3D virtual model of Bruce's head. Previous attempts to 'reconstruct' Bruce's face have relied heavily on 'artistic interpretation' but Professor Wilkinson's techniques will reveal the truth - literally, warts and all.   'Ceann an Rìgh' is a 30 minute documentary for BBC ALBA.

 
 Recent Productions 

The Scots at Waterloo
16th June 9pm,BBC 2 Scotland

Waterloo

The crucial role of Scots in Wellington's victory over Napoleon revealed in a gripping drama documentary! On the 200thanniversary of Waterloo, one of history's bloodiest and most decisive battles, we reveal the front line action through the eyes of four Scottish soldiers - and one extraordinary army wife.

A Caledonia TV and Tile Films Co-production for BBC Scotland, TG4 Ireland and International Sales through Flame Distribution.

After Bannockburn
24th March 9pm, BBC Scotland

Robert and Edward BruceAfter Bannockburn is a two-part docudrama series about a Celtic alliance that could have dramatically changed British and Irish history.

In 1315 - the year after Bannockburn - Robert the Bruce and his brother, Edward, invaded Ireland with the aim of helping their Irish allies kick out the occupying English and making Edward High King of Ireland.

A Caledonia TV and Tile Films co-production for BBC Scotland, BBC Northern Ireland and RTE.

Sàr-Sgeòil:  The Lewis Trilogy (Great Tales)
23rd December, BBC ALBA

Lewis TrilogyPeter May's best-selling crime novels, The BlackhouseThe Lewis Man and The Chess Men, have made the austere landscape of Lewis familiar to an international audience of crime-fiction fans.  In this film Cathy MacDonald follows trail of the trilogy's hero, Detective Inspector Fin MacLeod, to explore the culture and landscape that inspired the writer.

Fuine na Nollaige (A Christmas Feast)
17th December, BBC ALBA

Fuine Na Nollaige 2In this 'Fuine' special, Mairi MacRitchie and a group of fellow foodies help take the stress out of Christmas entertaining by creating a delicious and easy to follow five-course Christmas menu for all the family.

 

 
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Caileagan na h-Oighreachd (Ghillie Girls)

Our new series about three young women training to be ghillies, currently filming on the Ardnamurchan Estate, is attracting a lot of press interest:

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Scotland's Greatest Warrior

Kevin McKenna - The Observer: "One of the highlights of last month's entire television output was a delightful and erudite one-off gem that went out on BBC4 and was commissioned, created and delivered in Scotland. It ought to have reminded BBC Scotland chiefs at Pacific Quay just how dramatic, vibrant and vivid is our own nation's historical narrative. Scotland's Greatest Warrior, the inspirational story of Jamie Graham, the 1st Marquis of Montrose, a man whose life and achievements were genuinely noble, heroic and Scottish, was beautifully narrated by Professor Ted Cowan, director of Glasgow University's Dumfries campus."

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