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An La
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Presented byAngela MacLean
Iain MacLean
Donald Agnus Morrison
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageScottish Gaelic (although some English is used in this programme)
Production
ProducerBBC Naidheachdan
Production locationsInverness, Scotland
Pacific Quay, Glasgow, Scotland
Running time30 minutes
Release
Original networkBBC Alba
Picture format576i (16:9 SDTV)
Original release22 September 2008 (2008-09-22) –
present (present)
Chronology
Related showsReporting Scotland
The Nine

An Là (The Day) is a Scottish Gaelic-language news programme broadcast on the Gaelic-language channel, BBC Alba. The programme, based at BBC Alba's newsroom in Inverness, began at 8pm on Monday 22 September 2008 and provides a 30-minute bulletin of Scottish, British and international news for Gaelic speakers seven days a week. The Sunday night review programme, composed of highlights from the week's bulletins as well as material from Eòrpa, called Seachd Là, began at 6.30pm on Sunday 28 September 2008.

An Là broadcasts from Studio G at the BBC in Inverness. Seachd Là, weather and the An Là sports news all come from BBC Pacific Quay in Glasgow.

An Là is the first daily television news programme to be broadcast in Scots Gaelic since the axing of Grampian Television's Telefios bulletins in 2000.

An Là was shortlisted in the Best Current Affairs category at the 2009 Celtic Media Festival.

The Team

Main anchors

Sports presenters

  • Calum Macdonald
  • Calum MacAulay

Weather presenters

Reporters

Inverness

Glasgow
Scottish Parliament

See also

External links

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