Fun-filled programmes for younger viewers.
Igam Ogam is puzzled to find that the paint in the paint pools is 'all gone'.
A day at the beach turns into an emergency situation for the residents of Pontypandy.
What will Small do when there's a thunderstorm? And why is Big eating cherry pie in the cupboard?
Today the gang from Llanrug and Sant Curig are looking at and tasting all kinds of healthy food, and Talar and her Gran will be shopping in the market.
Eryn has built a sandcastle and flits off to collect decorations for it. Meripwsan sticks a leaf on top and it collapses. He has to fix it!
It's countries week on Ti Fi a Cyw and Laura and her father are playing with different flags.
Wibli has a very special, very unexpected friend - an elephant! He tries to show us why they are such good friends, but it seems Elephant can't really do any of the things Wibli can do. He's too big for hide and seek - he's too heavy to play on the slide so WHY does Wibli love him so much? Because Elephant is brilliant at being Elephant! He can shower you and lift you up and take you for elephant-astic rides under the stars - he really is the best friend you could hope for!
Rapsgaliwn - the world's greatest rapper (in gold he's so dapper!) will be visiting a water processing plant in this episode to discover how water reaches the tap! He will rap about his findings as usual at the end of the episode.
Mrs Baa's rummage sale to raise money for a new fountain is a bit of flop. Tada and Misi can't understand why nobody is interested in all the amazing things! And thanks to Boj's idea they re-use the leftover items to create a new one-of-a-kind fountain that money can't buy!
Gwenda the ladybird doesn't want to be alone this winter - but will she find a friend?
Bouncing Ball comes to visit, full of bounce, and causes havoc around Toytown!
Fun-filled programmes to entertain younger viewers.
Tili and her friends are creating a drama about the story of Little Red Riding Hood. But Fflur is very controlling. Will she be able to aologise and fill the stage with her friends?
It is a quiet and beautiful sunny day in the garden today and everyone is gardening happily until Fflach decides to help Wali. He accidentally drops a watering can on Wali's head, which makes him furious and Fflach and Wali fall out.
It's an exciting night for Lleuad tonight - her first harvest moon.
Mam has made a sensational pumperdong (pumpkin) pie. Bw-bach is sent by Boris to get some for him but is distracted by Bitw. Boris disguises himself as the teacher and tries to steal the recipe but, as usual, his attempts fail and he is left with no pie and no recipe but tired out from doing 'lessons' with Bitw and Bw-bach.
Ela's very tired today but is she too tired to play the word game? Join the Abadas as one of them heads off for another 'aba-doo-be-dî' island adventure to find today's object, 'a magnifying glass'.
Cartoon series for young children about a family of lively elephants.
Lwlw's been having ballet lessons, and she wants to show Wmff some of the moves.
Bobi Jac is on a tropical adventure and plays the upside down game.
Muzzy is upset - everyone thinks he is a baby because he is so small. Hana, Owen and Betty try to make him feel bigger but he realises that there are advantages to being small.
Join Dona Direidi and her sidekick Ned Nodyn as they challenge youngsters from Ysgol Llandysul to learn a song and perform it in front of an audience. Will they learn 'Y Fferm' in time?
Fun-filled programmes for younger viewers.
Igam Ogam wants everyone to listen to her making music.
More adventures with Fireman Sam.
Big's T-Rex toy goes missing. Big is upset but will Small tell the truth?
It's time to play, sing, learn a make! Today, it's a colourful day in Llanrug and Sant Curig and Fflur and her sister go to their karate lesson.
Meripwsan learns about reflections and shiny things. He spots a fly glittering in the sun, chases it and runs into Cwacadeil, rolling together into a shiny bucket.
Children teach adults with fun filled games. Morus is today's teacher as we play shop.
When Wibli finds an egg the last thing he expects to hatch out of it is a dragon!
Rapsgaliwn will be visiting an orchard to find out how apples are turned into apple juice in this episode!
Boj's friends are all practising to play in a concert in the park. But when Daniel breaks his guitar, Boj shows him that with a bit of improvisation he can still play at the concert. But what instrument is Boj going to play? He's sure to liven things up with his homemade one-man-band!
It's autumn, and the fields are scattered with dung-heaps left by the cows and deer - the perfect place for hungry insects!
The Chattering Teeth love having their photo taken.
Alun visits the NSA ram sale, one of the biggest of its kind in Europe - and before the event Meinir meets a young breeder who is hoping to get good prices for his animals. Alun is also in Ferryside to find out how one family manages the supply chain.
The sea is the theme of this week's programme. Richard Tudor will talk about his experiences as captain on some of the world's fastest yachts and David Arbonne Owens and Margaret Roberts talk about the families behind the Moelfre lifeboat.
Today, Iwan harvests some apples from the orchard and shows us how to store the crop for the winter months and Sioned divides the alchemilla mollis and introduces us to the polytunnel for the first time. Meinir experiences the ongoing problem of rubbish dumping facing the wardens of the Brecon Beacons National Park, while Helen Scutt visits the magical gardens of Bryan's Ground in Presteigne.
A selection of children's programmes to keep younger viewers entertained: Meripwsan, Igam Ogam, Rapsgaliwn, Sam Tân, Yr Ysgol.
Meripwsan discovers kites and the wind. He plays football while Eryn hangs out her washing on the line. Cwacadeil takes a bath in a tin tub and Wban flies a kite.
Igam Ogam makes a tiara for Birdie's birthday but likes it so much she regrets giving it away.
A series for young children with Rapsgaliwn - 'The world's greatest rapper- in gold he's so dapper'.
Dilys creates havoc when she goes fishing with Norman
Let's meet some new friends in Yr Ysgol. It's time to play, sing, learn and make! Today the youngsters from Llanrug Primary School and Sant Curig Primary School are on a treasure hunt for letters and Betsan will be cooking with Nain
Tune in to see old favourites and exciting new series for youngsters all over Wales.
Tiwdor and Diona guide you through a variety of sketches in their own special way. This week Tudur Twt will be interviewing Bradley Wiggins.
Children's cartoon following the adventures of Timmy and his Fairly Odd Parents who can grant wishes. But you must be careful what you wish for...
Pop artist Ani Saunders performs live in the studio and a new batch of musicians are sent to Monnow Valley studios to recreate a Welsh classic of their choosing.
Daily news and sport for young people.
Join Nia Roberts as she guides two sets of competitors through the various rounds as they aim for the £10,000 jackpot. Competing this week are two sets of friends: Gruffudd Arfon and Aled Emyr from Caernarfon and Gethin Jones and Siôn Hughes from Bangor.
Nigel Owens' travelling show reaches Carmarthenshire, with actress Gillian Elisa and the Reverend Beti Wyn James on the wrong side of the hidden cameras! How will Beti Wyn react to an amusing offer from a man from North Wales and what will Gillian say when things don't go to plan in a local café? Will the locals be 'game' for some fun and will Beti or Gillian excel in the amusing studio challenge as they try to guess different types of dogs?
Wil Tân joins Rhys Meirion this week to discuss music and the people and places which have influenced him. We travel over 200 miles from Anglesey to Ireland to visit locations which have had a big influence on his musical life. There's also a chance to hear the two singers performing together to create unique duets of some well-known songs.
Four competitors undertake a series of lorry driving tasks which will test their skill, patience and bravery. Following growing concern about a serious lack of qualified lorry drivers in the country, this competition tries to tackle the problem. The drivers come from all walks of life and have no previous experience so the road ahead may prove very challenging indeed! In the end, only one person can go on to become a fully-fledged LGV driver! Who will it be?
Anti Karen is a colourful character to say the least - an amazing lady with a sharp tongue and quick wit. Over the past 15 years she's been known as 'Anti Karen' by hundreds of younsters at her dance school in North Wales. This new series follows a year in the life of Karen and the dancers as they travel around the UK competing. There are tears of joy and frustration, highs and lows but more importantly there is dancing! This week we get an insight into Karen's life and the impact on family life as she prepares for yet another registration. She has hopes for the future and is under pressure from dancers and parents as she sets about choosing the under 12 'A-Team'. Will she make the right choices?