Popi'r Gath, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Sara a Cwac, Wibli Sochyn y Mochyn, Y Brodyr Coala, Bing, Halibalw, Octonots, Tili a'i Ffrindiau, Syrcas Deithiol Dewi, Llan-ar-goll-en.
Owi finds a young turtle who has lost its mother.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Cwac is playing with his favourite toy, Robot. Sadly Robot breaks and so Cwac dresses up as a robot himself.
Now you see him, now you don't! Wibli is bouncing up and down on his very own trampoline and Soch Smotiog comes along with his balloon and watches him.
It's another new day for the Koala Brothers and their friends. I wonder who'll need their help today?
Bing plays with a new orange balloon but when he bounces on it too enthusiastically, it pops. Bing is sad to lose his new toy but Flop helps him put the balloon fragments in the Bye Bye Box.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
The Octonauts help a group of algae-eating fish stand up to some aggressive damselfish, who are harming their own reef by over-farming it with algae.
Tili is hosting a doll's tea party and the friends are disappointed to discover that the delicious food is all pretend, especially when they're all so hungry. Tili decides to open a restaurant with real food so her friends can enjoy snack time together, but running a restaurant single-handed is much harder than it looks and the friends start to realise that the best way to enjoy sharing a meal is to share the preparation too!
Ling has been hurt and cannot perform in the show - who can take her place on the trapeze? Can 'Daredevil Heulwen' fly again?
Beti's recipe book goes missing as the village cookery competition approaches. Can Prys and Ceri solve the mystery?
SpynBob Pantsgwâr, Henri Helynt, Kung Fu Panda, Ysbyty Hospital, Crwbanod Ninja, Dim Byd, Sinema'r Byd.
The adventures of SpongeBob and friends.
Cartoon about a mischievous schoolboy.
When Shifu throws out his back, thanks to Po, the panda must stand in as the master of the Jade Palace while an important bureaucrat visits.
Ysbyty Hospital has won the award for World's Best Hospital, and Glenise tries her best to destroy Tudur's special day. No-one is keen to take part in Lois's exercise class, and to top it all, a very expensive ring has gone missing.
Meici and Doni prove they are just as important as Leo and Raph when it comes to fighting the enemy.
The four that are left in the competition have to mummify a heifer and dress a dead bantam hen in this week's Embalm Factor.
Film from the Czech Republic about Meical who likes playing computer games while his family enjoy cycling. Things will change when a trip to the country turns into a big adventure!
In this series, Iolo Williams goes on an extraordinary journey to the remotest and wildest locations in western Europe. His adventure begins in the middle of the Atlantic on the Azores. He swims underwater with sharks, whales and manta rays, and travels to Portugal to see one of the most amazing birds in the world.
This series follows youngsters receiving medical treatment in some of the country's biggest hospitals. Today we hear the story of George Phillips from Drefach and his battle to overcome the symptoms of spina bifida and Sasha Evans from Ffestiniog who has cerebral palsy. As well as attending hospital appointments, they both face the challenge of changing schools.
In the final programme of the series we hear the story of four children with TOF - Tracheo-Oesophageal Fistula. Alys Morgan from London, Cian Griffiths from Porthmadog, Begw Morys from Llanystumdwy and William Johnson from Scunthorpe were born with a condition which makes it impossible to swallow. They all underwent major surgery at the start of their lives to disconnect their food pipes from their windpipes. We follow their progress from the initial surgery to the present day.
Following protests in the supermarkets by farmers about the price of lamb and milk, Meinir Alun and Daloni take a look at the situation and speak to farmers and experts about the problems in the industry.
Whether they come here on holiday or to live, the English make a lifestyle choice when they come to Wales. But, living in a Welsh-speaking area mean subscribing to a way-of-life where the community comes first. What does the future hold for the Welsh countryside? Is its fate to privilege individual choice over and above communal support and action?
Join Ifan Jones Evans and the crew for the Tregaron Trotting Club Welsh Festival of Harness Racing. You can watch all the day's main races including the Welsh Classic heats with commentary by Wyn Gruffydd and Megan Taff and reports from Hywel Davies. You can also register now for the Watch and Win competition with a chance to win £500. Register on the Rasus website s4c.cymru/rasus or by phoning 0844 811 5530 (calls cost 5p a minute). Between 4.15 and 5.15 the races will be broadcast live online before we rejoin the team on S4C. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
Monster truck, 500 trucks and an all Wales tug of war competition - just a taste of what's on offer in tonight's programme. Ifan Jones Evans and Meinir Howells visit one of the largest truck and transport shows in Britain - the All Wales Truck and Transport Show held recently in Carmarthen. As well as the visual feast provided by the trucks and the exhibits in the main ring, there will be plenty of real characters ready with their funny stories and top tips on how to survive life on the road.
The second day's racing at the Tregaron Festival reaches a climax with the Little Welsh Dragon for three year olds and the Welsh Classic Final. Join Ifan Jones Evans and the crew to see who will take the prizes and find out who wins today's £500 in the Watch and Win viewers' competition. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
Weekend news and sport.
Eilir Jones presents an entertaining evening to an appreciative audience from Caernarfon, in the company of Bryn Fôn and his band, Dylan and Neil, Dewi Rhys, Côr Seiriol Choir, Meinir Wyn Roberts, Gwenllian Mai Elias, Beth Frazer and folk group Plu.
To celebrate John Ogwen's 70th birthday in 2014, he recorded a special programme for S4C. This was the first time for him to perform a show of this kind on the Channel. In a wonderful warm and homely show, John shares stories from his life, as well as some pieces of funny poetry and literature of his own choosing, that will no doubt bring a smile to our faces. He is joined for this special programme by singer Gwyn Hughes Jones, Penrhyn Male Voice Choir and vocal group Hogia'r Bonc.
Highlights of a special concert held at Theatr Hafren in Newtown in May 2014. It marks the tenth anniversary of Ysgol Theatr Maldwyn and features a number of talented, young performers including Luke McCall, Sioned Besent, Rhodri Prys Jones, Manon Lewis and current West End star, Steffan Harri. The performances include classic Cwmni Theatr Maldwyn repertoire such as the musical 'Pum Diwrnod o Ryddid' (Five Days of Freedom) and the oratorio 'Gair ar Gnawd' (Word Made Flesh) as well as pieces from contemporary shows, popular Welsh songs and classical music. Nia Roberts presents the broadcast and meets a number of the young performers, as well as Penri Roberts - who, along with Linda Gittins and the late Derec Williams, founded this performance school. They were, of course, also the founders of the iconic Cwmni Theatr Maldwyn in the early 1980s. This broadcast is also a tribute to Derec Williams, who sadly passed away, in May 2014.
A comedy romp with three lovely travel agents Beryl, Cheryl and Meryl from Caernarfon, as they spend their annual holiday in paradise, otherwise known as Playas Las Americas, Tenerife. They go in search of three things - sun, sex and sangria, but this year they get themselves into very deep waters, and not because they go scuba diving!