BBC’s Gaelic programming. This is a mostly bilingual site. Information about radio and T.V programs (T.V. programs however are not available out side the U.K through this site) as well as Gaelic lessons, weather (in Gaelic) and much much more. Radio is available to listen to live (Eist beo) or recorded for a few days after the program (Eist a-rithis).
Gaelic-language college on Skye. The site is in English and Gaelic (looking for the little English button in the upper right). SMO offers short summer courses as well as full time learning opportunities at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There are also many great resources on this site so it is well worth exploring.
Gaelic Books Council. This site is bilingual. All Gaelic books in print in the UK.
The “Kist o’ Riches” is a true treasure chest of sound recordings in Scottish Gaelic, Scots and English collected in the field by the University of Edinburgh School of Scottish Studies and others. Thousands of songs, stories, conversations, and tunes. This site is available in English and Gaelic.
“A digital archive of the history and culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands”. The site is available in Gaelic and English. This site is full of interesting information, sound files, photos, videos, games and more. It can be a little difficult to navigate but is worth the effort.
An official Scottish organization promoting Gaelic. Established after the 2005 Gaelic Act in Scotland. The site is in both Gaelic and English. Lots of information particularly on the governmental aspects of Gaelic in Scotland.
This site is bilingual. Cnag has news, information and resources for the Gaelic community including some funding opportunities.
Organizers of the Royal National Mòd and a network of provincial or local mòds across Scotland. ACG was founded in Oban in 1891. ACGA has strong links to the organization, which sends its Mòd Gold Medal winners to the US National Mòd as cultural ambassadors.
Fèisean nan Gàidheal was established in 1991 as the independent umbrella association of the Fèis movement. As such it supports 46 tuition-based fèisean that offer tuition in traditional Gaelic arts to young people across Scotland. It is a membership organization that offers a range of services to its members including grant-aid and training.
The Gaelic Council of Nova Scotia. The site is available in English and Gaelic. Information on Gaelic in Nova Scotia, its history, what is being done now, how you can get involved, support for learning and a events calendar.
Nova Scotia’s Governments Gaelic department. The site is available in English and Gaelic. New resources and information about Gaelic in Nova Scotia.
Sadly, this organization of Gaelic Learners in Scotland shut its doors in 2016. However, its website still exists, and contains information on courses and other resources that may still be valuable.
“one-stop shop for anyone and everyone interested in learning Scottish Gaelic.” Lots of great resources including clips from Speaking Our Language.