Hibernian v Aberdeen
This weekend we’re turning our attentions to the Scottish Premiership. Hibernian welcome Aberdeen to Easter Road and we’ll be producing full coverage in our BBC ALBA featured match.
With the Scottish summer transfer window still open for another week speculation continues on potential comings and goings but we’ll be focusing on all the action on the pitch. As well as the match action, at half-time, we hear from former Aberdeen and Hibernian striker Steve Cowan about playing under Sir Alex Ferguson. He also tells us that current Hibs manager, Neil Lennon, is the closest thing in modern football to the former Aberdeen and…
The Rivalry Continues
Tar éis cath mór sa chluiche ceannais Mumhan i mí Iúil, tugann Corcaigh agus Tiobraid Árann aghaidh ar a chéile arís sa chluiche ceannais iomána na hÉireann. An mbeidh Corcaigh ina rí Éireann don chéad uair ó 1998, nó an mbeidh an bua ag Tiobraid Árainn don chéad uair ó 2010?
After clashing in the Munster Final back in July, rivals Cork and Tipperary go head to head again in the All-Ireland Under 21 Hurling Final. Will Cork be crowned All-Ireland champions for the first time since 1998 or will it be Tipperary, who last lifted the Cup in 2010?
Noelle Healy driving the Dubs on
We are live on TG4 again this coming Sunday with Dublin v Kerry in the TG4 Ladies Gaelic Football Championship.
Coverage starts at 16:45 from Dr.Hyde Park and we will also show deferred coverage of Galway v Mayo later that evening at 19:00.
Noelle Healy is in fine form for the Dubs again this year. In a rematch of the All-Ireland Final, her 1-2 from play scored against Mayo contributed to her ‘Laoch na hImeartha’ award that day.
Super Saturday on BBC ALBA.
It’s another weekend of shinty and football action coming up on BBC ALBA and we’ll be producing Camanachd Cup and Scottish Premiership on a super Saturday of sport.
In the first of our programmes, Lovat and Kingussie go head to head in the second of this year’s Camanachd Cup semi-finals. Lovat made their way to the semis with a 3-0 win over Skye in the second round, and a 7 – 0 thumping of Bute in the third. In their second round tie, Kingussie drew 1 – 1 with Caberfeidh before winning the replay 3 – 2. They then saw off Fort William 3 – 0 to seal their place in the semi-final. At half-time, we look at how…
Double Barrel Premiership Weekend
It’s a busy weekend for us as we produce live coverage from the Shinty Premiership, as well as full match coverage from Hibernian v Motherwell on the opening weekend of the Scottish Premiership season.
On Friday night (3rd August), we’ll be in Kingussie for the battle of Badenoch as rivals and neighbours Kingussie and Newtonmore go head to head at The Dell. As well as league points being up for grabs, the teams will also compete for the Sir Tommy MacPherson trophy. Our half-time package is the second part of our feature on Ross Brown, the former Lochcarron player turned referee, Ross discusses what he was like as a player and…