An t-Uisge / Rain Stories

Anne Lundon presents the science and stories behind our rain.

Presenter for BBC ALBA: Anne Lundon

Series Producer: Huw Maredudd 

Producer & Director: Dylan Williams

Producers: Joanna Young, Euros Wyn, Máire Bhreathnach, Mairéad Ní Thréinir

Co-production: MacTV, Cwmni Da, Below the Radar, LIC China, funded by Screen Scotland, BBC ALBA, TG4, Creative Wales, NI Screen's Irish Language Broadcast Fund and TVF International.

Broadcaster: BBC Alba

Screen Scotland funding: The series accessed £100,000 from The National Lottery and Scottish Government through Screen Scotland’s Broadcast Content Fund.


Presented by Anne McAlpine (Anne Lundon) (Landward, BBC News) for BBC ALBA, An t-Uisge / Rain Stories explores how rain has influenced our cultures and traditions since time began.

Scientists study it, communities pray for it and governments have tried to control it; An t-Uisge / Rain Stories asks what rain actually is, and why it’s more important now than ever as the world deals with the climate crisis and looks for solutions.

Anne at National Centre of Meteorology UAE.Anne at National Centre of Meteorology UAE. Courtesy of BBC Alba.

More information

 An t-Uisge / Rain Stories begins on BBC ALBA on Wednesday, April 6 at 9pm. Each programme will also be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer for 30 days afterwards.