Heini, Pentre Bach, Stiw, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Rapsgaliwn, Y Dywysoges Fach, Sam Tân, Ben a Mali a'u Byd Bach o Hud, Meic y Marchog, Do Re Mi Dona, Hafod Haul, Abadas.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit.
Jac Do loves his new tree-house, and has just settled down for a mid-morning snooze. But suddenly, Nicw Nacw and Tomos Caradog decide to play football beneath Jac Do's tree, and he loses his temper. In the end, both the football and Jac y Jwc's bowler hat are also in the tree, and there lies the dilema - how to retrieve both without waking Jac Do once again...
Inspired by his favourite TV show, Stiw plays at being a detective and sets out to find Mam-gu's missing dentures.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa enjoy playing pirates and make a treasure chest for Twm. They also visit the children at Maenclochog Primary School who create a pirate ship.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
A series for young children with Rapsgaliwn - 'The world's greatest rapper- in gold he's so dapper'.
The Little Princess has lovely new shoes that she does not want to take off.
When Sara and Jâms get a new pet guinea pig from their uncle, Fireman Sam, it doesn't take long for it to escape.
Magi Hud is teaching the fairy girls some important fairy rules when she is blown away, trapped in a tree, dropped in a stream and covered in mud. Ben, Mali and the Smotyn the Ladybird come to her rescue.
Meic asks Trolyn to get the corgis ready for the Big Parade and promises to show him how to do it. But after getting distracted and leaving Trolyn to it, he learns that a true knight has to keep promises as well as make them!
Join Dona Direidi and her sidekick Ned Nodyn, as they challenge youngsters from Ysgol Bro Siôn Cwilt, Ceredigion to learn a song and perform it in front of an audience.
It's the day to harvest the hay at Hafod Haul farm, but Heti is not feeling very well. Will Jaff and the animals manage to find a way to bring in the bales before the rain arrives?
The Abadas are looking forward to playing the word game. Today's word is 'wheelbarrow'. Which of our three intrepid adventurers will be chosen to search for the word?
At the start of the Urdd Eisteddfod 2015, the story of the birth of Mr Urdd is told by Wynne Melville Jones. We hear of the character's importance in the development of the Urdd following a difficult period in the movement's history during the late 1960s.
Join Trystan Ellis-Morris as he meets soprano Fflur Wyn and her father, the Reverend Eirian Wyn. We will follow the ups and downs of a class of Welsh learners in a series of sketches called 'Y Wers Gymraeg', and in 'Corff Cymru' we'll be learning about our sense of hearing.
Brychan Llyr looks back on events at the Spring Festival, held in mid May, at the Llanelwedd Showground. The festival has fast become one of the most popular attractions of the season for small holders and gardeners. Meinir Howells looks at some of the main stock competitions, and gardener Eirlys Rhiannon gets inspiration and ideas for sustainable living.
Eight Welsh celebrities are ready to brave it out in the heat of the Pryd o Sêr kitchen - actress Rhian Jones, presenters Llinos Lee, Morgan Jones, John Hardy and Meinir Howells, Paralympian Aled Siôn Davies, Only Men Aloud musical director Tim Rhys-Evans and singer Toni Caroll. Who'll be the first star of the kitchen this year? Who will be chosen as the team captains as they get to grips with the challenges? Will we see tears? Will we see tempers boil over? One thing's for sure, they should be prepared to expect the unexpected as they experience the real pressure of Pryd o Sêr.
The teams have been chosen, and before the sun has risen the first challenge is revealed. How will the teams react as they work together under their captains for the first time? The location - Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge. The task - to prepare and feed stallholders and customers at this busy market. Will this challenge be too much for some so early in the morning? It's off to Amlwch next to feed 130 young people and parents of Côr Ieuenctid Môn youth choir. The menu will include produce from Anglesey. Will there be bickering between the groups? Will they be prepared to help each other now they are in two teams? Only time will tell as the eight experience the heat of a professional kitchen.
The pressure is on and it's time to knuckle down and concentrate. The teams face a full shift in two of North Wales's busiest professional hotel kitchens. Under the watchful eyes of two top chefs, they are given all sorts of tasks, preparing delicate starters, bread making, preparing and cooking meats of all sorts, not to mention putting together a selection of tasty deserts. Will they rise like soufflés or flop like pancakes under the pressure of the hot professional kitchen?
In this six-part series Sioned Edwards and her family attempt to transform a field into a garden at her grandparents' old farm near Ruthin, Plas Pont y Twr. Today, pigs from Wern farm next-door get the vegetable patch ready for planting potatoes.
The garden looks more like a building site and the strain shows as the machinery moves up a gear. The endless work and long hours begin to take their toll on Sioned and Iwan, and the trampoline proves to be their nemesis. At least Iwan has a new shed to hide in!
The garden is starting to take shape. Sioned looks for colourful climbers to plant around the veg patch and learns the art of willow weaving to make a fence. And Iwan checks an important grassland site in a cemetery on Halkyn Mountain.
Actor Richard Harrington is preparing to race in the Marathon des Sables - a gruelling multi-stage adventure through a formidable landscape in one of the world's most inhospitable climates - the Sahara desert. He is running to raise money for Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research and alongside him throughout the journey will be his friend, actor Mark Lewis Jones. They will have to run the equivalent of five and a half marathons in five or six days, a total distance of 156 miles. The first programme in the series follows their preparations as they race in the Snowdonia Marathon and in the 84 mile Druids Ultra Challenge.
Preparations for racing the Marathon des Sables continue as actors Richard Harrington and Mark Lewis Jones compete in the Barry 40 - a 40 mile race around a running track, testing not only their physical limits but also their mental strength. They are training for one of the toughest footraces in the world and a must-do for anyone undertaking the Marathon des Sables are the sand dunes at Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend - the biggest of their kind in the Northern Hemisphere. Mark ventures on a weekend training weekend there while Rich has to try to fit training around the opening of the Merthyr Arts Centre.
The Marathon des Sables needs little introduction. A 251km six-stage race across the Sahara desert with competitors carrying their own kit. On top of this, the temperature will be over 50 degrees Celsius. Dealing with the heat while racing will be one of the biggest physiological challenges faced by the actors Richard Harrington and Mark Lewis Jones. Before leaving for Morocco, they train in the heat chamber at the Porsche Human Performance Centre to help prepare for the extreme temperatures. It is also time for Rich to say his farewell to his mother who is suffering with inoperable cancer before leaving for Africa. It's time for the Marathon des Sables adventure to begin!
In the final episode of the series, Iolo Williams joins Moc Morgan to talk about wildlife and how to preserve it. The two men have been friends for many years and both have presented many nature programmes on television. They take us to three of their favourite locations - Ynys-hir, Dinefwr Park and the banks of the River Towy.
News and weather.
On the eve of a week of competing at the Urdd Eisteddfod in Caerphilly, we join the congregation at the town's Tonyfelin Chapel for the Urdd's hymn-singing event. Odette Jones leads the singing and we hear from some of the local youngsters who will be competing at this week's event.
Join Lisa Gwilym and a host of familiar faces for a nostalgic look back at the Urdd camps. Memories of visits to Llangrannog and Glan-llyn flood back to the campers and officials as they recall the community spirit, the activities, singing, laughter and longing. We hear about the laughter and the tears, the funny and sad stories and see great archive footage of campers in the '60s and '70s experiencing the great outdoors, as they leave home perhaps for the first time. Many became lifelong friends and the experience in the Urdd camps has made a lasting impression on many.
Tune in to S4C for the Opening Concert of the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Caerphilly, live from the Pavilion. Alex Jones and Tim Rhys-Evans present Matt Johnson, Only Boys Aloud, Kizzy Crawford, Phylip Harries, Bro Taf, The Tredegar Town Band, the cast of the Primary School Show and the cast of the Secondary Schools Show featuring local youngsters.
Presenter Aled Samuel, historian Dr John Davies and photographer Marian Delyth visit Harlech and Montgomery and take a look at Portmeirion through Marian Delyth's photographs. We discover Pennant Melangell and one of the finest mansions in Wales on the outskirts of Welshpool.
In this programme we take a look at a fine cross section of architecture in Denbighshire. The amazing buildings featured include the home of Catrin of Berain and the house of Henry Salesbury at Dolbelydr. We also have a rare peak at a thousand years of history at the ancestral seat of the Trevor family at Brynkinalt, Chirk.
The humour of author Harri Parri and the antics of the inhabitants of the fictional town of Porth yr Aur are brought alive by storyteller John Ogwen in a series of evenings recorded in front of the audiences of the Llyn Peninsula. Today, the audience of Nefyn hear all about Shamus Mulligan's 'special' varnish for the seats of Capel y Cei!