Programmes for younger viewers: Asra, Ben a Mali a'u Byd Bach o Hud, Popi'r Gath, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Bobi Jac, Sbarc, Holi Hana, Octonots, Yr Ysgol, Tili a'i Ffrindiau, Chwedlau Tinga Tinga, Cei Bach.
Children from Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth visit Asra this week. The hotel on planet ASRA is running out of power. Stars must be won in order to win power. Will the little people of the earth be able to help Seren?
Out playing in the meadow, Mali, Ben and their friends find a broken toy robot. Mali fixes it with magic, but the robot does not behave as they thought it would, and soon it is trying to clean out the whole castle.
Alma is collecting flowers to dry and has one left to find. Popi goes on an adventure and Alma's wish comes true.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa create a piggy bank from newspaper. They also visit the children at Ysgol Cynwyl Elfed and make papier mâché bowls.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Bobi Jac plays a bouncing game in the countryside.
Science series with Tudur Phillips and his two friends, Sbarc the scientist and Nef the Nature Detective.
Douglas the duckling is fed up with everything and everybody, he is driving his mother out of her mind with his moaning and groaning around the house all day. He is invited out for a trip in the car with Hana and Francis and the car breaks down. Owen tries his best to repair the car but Douglas just moans and seems to get even more miserable. But as the afternoon turns into evening the young duckling cheers up as he realises that there are wonderful things to be seen in the sky at night and they all enjoy a picnic under the stars.
While exploring the Arctic, the Octonauts' ship, the Octopod, gets trapped in the ice. Only Cwrwgl's skilful navigation - and the help of a friendly Narwhal - can get them free.
Today the gang from Llanrug will be making a musical instrument and Llio will be going to her dance class.
Everyone is having fun in the garden but Arthur is frightened by Jack Crook. The lucky leaf which makes Arthur feel brave, can't be found!
Colourful stories from Africa about the animals of the world. Today we find out why Porcupine has quills.
Mari and Prys have been in Cei Bach for quite some time now and things are going well for them at the hotel. But the time has come to make a few changes and Mari begins by asking Dan to become the manager of the kitchen. Dan is overwhelmed and everything seems to be going well until Mari's grandmother arrives.
This award-winning programme celebrates the friendship of two men, two countries and one journey and is a testament to world renowned climber Eric Jones's fascinating life. Eric shares his stories and memories, with young climber Ioan Doyle, from Bethesda, on an unforgettable journey along the spine of the Andes in Patagonia.
In this series, Welsh learners spend a few days with a family who live their lives almost entirely through the medium of Welsh. This week, Esther Lenan from Indonesia will be joining the Lewis family from Alltwalis, near Carmarthen. Following this, you can see an episode of 'Ceffylau Cymru'.
Carys doesn't know what to do about the baby. Without knowing for sure who the father is, how can she decide what to do for the best? Her head is spinning from the effects of the drugs and she is relying heavily on Llio for support. Will she decide to confess all to Barry? At the shop, Philip is happily preparing for Alwena's return home from Spain but he receives a phone call during the afternoon that ruins his good mood.
After dropping a bombshell about the baby, Carys is determined to try to revive her relationship with Barry. Llio tries to persuade her sister to move in with her but Carys is determined to persevere with Barry. Finally, Barry agrees to talk to her but is Carys ready to hear what he has to say? The Ks receive some good news from the laboratory in France. They now need to decide how to spend the money - surely that won't be difficult? Erin starts playing a dangerous game when she tries to get her claws into Iolo.
The second round of the prestigious National Trophy Series live from Abergavenny. With cycling growing rapidly in popularity due in part to the remarkable success of Welsh cyclists such as Geraint Thomas, Owain Doull, Luke Rowe, Elinor Barker and Becky James, this is an opportunity to see one of the most exciting events on the British cycling calendar. The live broadcast will focus mainly on the two headline races of the afternoon, the Women's and Men's elite races, but there will also be highlights of other races held in different categories over the weekend. Join Geraint Hardy as the cyclists manoeuvre their way around the challenging Abergavenny Park course, with experienced downhill racer Emyr Davies on hand to analyse the action. And a visit to Abergavenny wouldn't be complete without a profile of David James and his daughters Becky, Ffion and Megan - a family who are synonymous with cycling and who have achieved so much locally, nationally and on the world stage. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
A powerful and moving film authored by 18 year old twins Kirstie and Catherine Fields from Llanelli, the only people in the world with Fields Condition. Gradually, this devastating illness has confined them to their wheelchairs and rendered speech impossible. Communicating through speech aids for the first time, they tell their remarkable story of their bravery and humour.
There should be plenty of sunshine on the gravel and asphalt stages of the Costa Daurada's Rally Catalunya. The unique mix of surfaces and the enthusiasm of the Spanish fans make this rally a popular event. Following Osian Pryce's recent wins in the Fiesta DMack Sporting Challenge, will there be another podium for the Welshman in Spain?
News and weather.
A special edition to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster. Bernard Thomas was a nine-year-old schoolboy in Aberfan when disaster unfolded in his classroom. He tells Y Byd ar Bedwar of his pain at losing close family and friends and reveals how the past half-century of suffering has scarred his life.
It's time to move on. Terwyn takes responsibility for the funeral and when he asks for Eurig's assistance the memories of his previous life as a funeral director come flooding back. Cerian is keen to avoid him slipping back into his old ways and therefore Sheridan's offer to buy the company seems even more appealing. Myfanwy agrees to marry Elfed and Oksana but she's unable to enjoy the festivities as a restless Sioned continues to torment her. Gethin leaves the village, to start afresh, but Sioned still appears regularly, increasing Myfanwy's anguish. With Terwyn deciding to go in one direction, and Eurig in another, Myfanwy comes under increasing pressure to decide how she is going to move on into the future. Last in series.
Iwan does some essential upkeep in and on the greenhouse, and takes cuttings from the blackcurrant bushes. Sioned visits a local nursery to choose the first plants for the new border in the garden. Meinir is near Dolgellau to learn about the efforts of local fishermen to eradicate one of Britain's most invasive plants, while gardening expert Awen Jones show us how to care for some of our most popular household plants.
Gwenallt is widely known a Christian poet, but this programme shows that at one point during his life he was very far from being this, before returning to his faith during his middle age.