Ben a Mali a'u Byd Bach o Hud, Cymylaubychain, Twm Tisian, Bob y Bildar, Igam Ogam, Wmff, Halibalw, Octonots, Chwedlau Tinga Tinga, Rapsgaliwn, Yn yr Ardd. Programmes for younger viewers.
King Rhi is bored and takes up the hobby of bird watching. Using his magic bird book, he spots a woodpecker taking up residence in the Great Elf Tree. The King is keen to attract more birds, so is pleased when another creature makes a nest in the Royal Castle. But the magic bird book can't help spotting this creature!
Bobo Gwyn loves storytime and today he hears a story which fires his imagination.
Twm Tisian wants to buy a balloon from the lady in the park, but he doesn't have enough money. He tries to raise enough money by selling some of his toys.
The adventures of Bob y Bildar.
Igam Ogam wants to make everyone smile, even when they don't want to.
What fun! Uncle Harry comes over to see Wmff, Walis and Lwlw, and he brings a balloon! Everything is going so well - until the balloon suddenly bursts...
Join the Halibalw gang for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
When a young dolphin follows Kwazii home, he has to babysit while the other Octonauts search for its mother!
Colourful stories from Africa about animals of the world. Today we find out why Hen pecks the ground.
A series for young children with Rapsgaliwn - 'The world's greatest rapper- in gold he's so dapper'.
All the friends in the garden have a bit of a fright today. Wali believes that there's a ghost standing in the garden, with a long nose and dark glasses! But is it really a ghost?
Today's programmes are Dennis a Dannedd, Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Fi yw'r Bos, Ben 10, #Fi and Crwbanod Ninja.
Dennis has been particularly naughty of late, therefore his parents decide to employ a nanny. But not just any nanny - it's Nanny Frost!
The ducks are being frightened by a big fish and the Penguins are the only ones brave enough to face it.
Competition searching for a young person who has the talent and the potential to succeed in whatever line of work they may choose in the future. This week, Ioan, Ceri and Emily prove their work skills at the Scarlets' rugby ground.
Ben and Gwen have arrived in the Riptide Rapids Zone, when Ben is stopped by the attendant as he is too short. In his disappointment he transforms to Med Rus Bach, so that he can jump in unnoticed.
Documentary series. We follow the story of Oliver, a pupil at Myrddin Special Needs Unit in Carmarthen.
Karai offers to side with the Turtles to defeat the Kraang.
On 26 October 1859, on the last leg of her 60-day journey from Melbourne to Liverpool, the Royal Charter was wrecked in one of the worst storms ever to hit Britain. 497 people drowned and no women or children survived. The loss of life was immense, but so too was the amount of gold on board - £80 million's worth - unearthed in Australia and lost at sea. And some of it still lies there. In this series, in the company of world champion gold hunter Vince Thurkettle, Gwenllian Jones Palmer, who is originally from Anglesey and now lives in Australia, delves deep to find the Royal Charter's treasure and those who owned it. In the first programme we see how Gwen and Vince get together to work out how they go about finding the treasure.
A documentary following Wales' most hard core KISS fan fulfilling his lifelong dream of seeing them play in Japan. Dan 'Bach' Griffiths has been obsessed with KISS ever since he saw them on Top of the Pops in 1979. He has seen them play all over the world, and has one place left on his list of places to see them play: the legendary Budokan Hall in Tokyo. We follow him on his journey from Aberystwyth to Japan where he talks openly about the true effect of KISS on his life and the sacrifices he's had to make in the name of rock and roll.
This week Daloni visits Gerallt Hughes from Anglesey; Meinir finds out how the rangers at Margam Park have teamed up with a local farm to sell venison and Alun is in Gower looking at changes to the landscape.
Dilwyn Morgan and John Pierce Jones head for Kinsale in County Cork this week, the location for one of the world's most select golf courses. As well as playing a round, they also dive to the bottom of the Irish Sea to see the wildlife under the waves and visit the busy and historical port of Cobh, at the mouth of Cork harbour.
The medical series presented by Dr Gwyn Jones and Dr Llinos Roberts. This week the programme comes from the Nightingale Centre and Genesis Prevention Centre in Manchester, a unique centre, which offers diagnostic and treatment services of the highest level to women and men with breast cancer. We will also look into the 2 day diet, created by the centre. This week's operation has a very special ending and Rhys Davies o Nercwys, near Mold shares his story of living with bone cancer.
A documentary about Welsh poet R.S. Thomas, to mark the centenary of his birth in 2013. Writer and academic Fflur Dafydd mbarks on a journey to discover whether R.S. Thomas truly arrived at the end of his search for a Welsh Nirvana. His journey west to the Llyn peninsula where Welsh speaking communities were strong and to a landscape rich in spiritual significance will be mirrored by Fflur's journey to meet the people who were his neighbours for over thirty years. She also visits locations which feature prominently in his work. R.S. Thomas is a prominent cultural figure in Wales and beyond, and this new documentary will paint a new fresh look at his life and legacy.
A series presented by Aled Jones focusing on classical music and the places which inspired the great composers. In the first programme we follow the great Danube River as it carves its way from Budapest in Hungary to Vienna via Bratislava. The dramatic history of Budapest reveals the works of the immensely talented Franz Liszt and those who came after him - Zoltan Kodaly and Bela Bartok. All shared a desire to create music with a distinctively Hungarian flavour. We finish with an overview of Vienna set to Beethoven.
A look at ground breaking research that will help scientists understand why the climate can change so quickly. The programme talks to Professor Siwan Davies who has won an award for her pioneering research into microscopic volcanic ash in mud and ice.
The final programme focuses on the year 1945. We learn about the importance of entertainment in breaking the monotony of military life, and the elation of POWs released as a result of the Allies' relentless march on Berlin. We hear of late night licences granted to celebrate VE Day, and the stockpiling of ration coupons to ensure those unforgettable street parties. As one of the most decisive episodes in Twentieth century history draws to a close, we hear a few final thoughts of those involved.
We follow eight well-known faces in Wales as they take on the challenges of a professional kitchen. They have no idea what to expect, but there is plenty of surprises in store and all under the watchful eye of Dudley Newbery and Bryn Williams. First shown in 2009.
A portrait of the bard and the writer, Harri Pritchard Jones who died recently.
Weekend news and sport.
Ospreys v Zebre in the Guinness Pro12, live from Liberty Stadium. Kick off is at 7.15. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
Meic Stevens performs to a studio audience in a special concert recorded some years ago. Enjoy fifteen of the prolific singer-songwriter's songs and ballads in this raw and inspiring performance. Experience his powerful protest ballads, his vibrant Breton inspired melodies and songs of love and longing - a catalogue of music spanning five decades. Join Meic in concert - a legend at his best.
Griff Lynch presents highlights of the annual 'Y Selar' music awards, held in Aberystwyth. The programme includes performances from Swnami, Candelas and Ysgol Sul plus interviews with some of the successful acts.
Heini, Marcaroni, Stiw, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Rapsgaliwn, Y Dywysoges Fach, Sam Tân, Nodi, Meic y Marchog, Do Re Mi Dona, Hafod Haul, Cwpwrdd Cadi. Programmes for youngsters.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme "Heini" has fun visiting a castle.
In the Big Wide World, the wind can transform things in a split second. Today Marcaroni hears a song about a bird and a tree being transformed by the wind. What a great idea for a song!
After watching a news report about an escaped elephant Stiw sets out to trap the animal.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa create a rocket and also journey to outer space in the company of children from Ysgol Bro Siôn Cwilt.