Y Teulu Mawr, Stiw, Sam Tân, Bla Bla Blewog, Guto Gwningen, Halibalw, Octonots, Nico Nôg, Meripwsan, Traed Moch. Programmes for younger viewers.
Cartoon series for young children about a family of lively elephants.
Stiw does not win the Art in the Park competition but the Keeper wants his work to remain in the park because it attracts so many butterflies!
Some of the cliffs in Pontypandy are crumbling so Sam and Tom place warning signs marking the unsafe paths but Norman ignores the warnings.
Nain is looking after Blaidd and they set off for the grounds of Château Shampoo. Nain is going to do a painting of the Château and has given Blaidd a bone. He digs a big hole much to Boris's horror and gets filthy in the process. How will Boris get his own back?
After Benja gets lost in the woods, Guto and Lili give him a map to help him find his way home. But when the map falls into Mr. Cadno's hands the rabbits must work together to stop the fox from finding Benja's home.
Join the Halibalw gang for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
The Octopod is attacked by a colossal squid, who drags the ship down an abyssal trench, forcing Capten Cwrwgl and Harri to make a perilous swim outside to confront the gigantic beast.
The boat Wa Wa Chugg needs to be painted, so off they go to the dry dock where the water can be pumped out so that they can paint the parts of the boat that are normally under water.
Meripwsan discovers how to make a smoothie by using fruit and ice.
Cartoon series following the adventures of some pigs, a bull and a duck.
Great programmes and fun for youngsters: Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Dim Byd, SpynjBob Pantsgwâr, Ysgol Jac, Kung Fu Panda, Larfa, Pwy Geith y Gig?
The chimpanzees persuade Gwydion that the Heavenly Ghosts are angry with him, so he promises to be more pleasant with everybody... perhaps too pleasant?
Leave the remote alone and let us control your TV. Go on a journey deep into the depths of your channel listing, where if you stare hard enough, you might see 'Dim Byd'. Can Raymond hide the new welder for long enough to keep Margaret happy? Or will Cliff get the final word? In the meantime Gwyneth's' arms continue to grow.
SbynjBob is looking forward to his day today as he believes that this is going to be "the best day ever", but as the day goes on he becomes more disappointed. Will his special day end in tears or happiness
Joining Jac Russell and Ifan today are pupils from Ysgol Carmel, Ysgol y Groeslon, and Ysgol Bronyfoel near Caernarfon, and Ysgol y Faenol, Bangor.
Po is shocked when Shiffw informs him that today is "Dragon Warrior Challenge Day". If anyone can defeat Po in battle before sundown, he or she will become the Dragon Warrior. After coping with several challengers, Po has to face up to Hundun.
Red and Yellow get into trouble in a flood and have to do some fishing.
Lara Catrin has travelled the length and breadth of Wales visiting six secondary schools and the panel members have listened to over 70 auditions being co-performed to songs by six of Wales' most popular bands. Today the big day has arrived and it's time to find out who gets the gig! We'll then see the new band members getting together for the first time in Gwersyll yr Urdd Glanllyn before they are mentored by four famous people from the music scene. By the end of their time in Glanllyn, the band will have composed songs to be performed in front of a live audience at the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Flintshire. 7/8
With only a fortnight to go until the Euro 2016 big kick off, Owain Tudur Jones and Catrin Heledd, who form part of the S4C football coverage team, will be our studio guests. Owain faces a daring Wyt ti'n Gêm? challenge and Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle face the Y Naid Ola' obstacle course. Also, a look at the weekend's television highlights and the latest gadgets. Plus, a chance to win a pair of Beats by Dr Dre Headphones and iPod Nano.
Gardening and nature series with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym. With the weather warming up, Iwan explains the importance of watering young plants during the spring months, and using an old birdcage, Sioned creates a colourful hanging basket for the summer. Away from the garden, Meinir is busy looking for some rare newts in the company of wardens from the Denbighshire Countryside Service, while experienced gardener Awen Jones offers advice on the perfect wildlife-friendly shrubs.
In the third episode of a brand new series, Gareth Potter continues his journey along the Wales-England border and arrives in Welshpool. He meets farmers with their livestock in the famous market and talks to a group of feisty ladies in the old Cockpit. He also heads to a Bronze Age Hill Fort above the town with archaeologist and fellow musician Rhys Mwyn.
Today's programme looks at the important steps in the lives of children. We conduct an experiment to find out if children think in the same way as adults, look at the problem of childhood obesity in Wales and get a child's eye view of the world to discover the importance of play.
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits Hugh and Ann Tudor, on Tynberllan Farm, Llanilar, near Aberystwyth. It's lambing time and with over fifteen hundred sheep to tend, the family and staff are extremely busy. At least the sun is shining and the weather is favourable to turn the ewes out with their lambs. Two years ago, tragedy struck the family, when Hugh and Ann lost their youngest daughter Gwenno, in a car accident. But the work still needs to be done and Dai joins Hugh on the family's hill farm, Nant yr Hafod, near Clywedog Reservoir.
This week, Meinir follows Eddie and Bunty Morgan from Cilycwm, Llandovery as they prepare cattle for the Beef Expo in Bakewell near Sheffield. Daloni visits farmer Gareth Wyn Jones to find out more about the use of social media in agriculture and Alun is in a sheepdog auction in Bala.
Maes Garmon is a close-knit school and the pupils are very willing to help others - whether in sports lessons, by raising money or giving up their time volunteering. In this programme, we hear about Acer and Emily who train younger pupils in the school and from Llinos Cleary, the Additional Needs teacher.
Chef Bryn Williams returns home to the Vale of Clwyd for the last episode of the series, and cooks a whole local lamb on the barbeque for the youth team at Denbigh rugby club, to eat after their training session. Back in the kitchen, Bryn prepares lobster with garlic butter, served with twice cooked chips, and makes black pudding Scotch Eggs as a starter. In the alfresco kitchen in West Wales, Bryn puts gooseberries and elderflower cordial together to create a tasty pudding - a great way to end a meal. Last in series.
On 14 October, 1913, 439 miners were killed in the Senghennydd explosion - Britain's worst mining disaster. A century on, Dr Elin Jones tells the story, its effect on the local community and on Wales as a whole, and the importance of remembering.
Another chance to see this special programme from 2010 which profiled the composer and a raconteur of the first order. His songs and stories have delighted audiences throughout Wales. In this programme Rhys talks about his life and we're treated to some magical performances of some of his songs.
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. First shown in 2011.
Alex Humphreys looks forward to the Urdd Eisteddfod in Flint next week. The last time the festival was held in the area was in Mold in 1984, and this year it's being held on the ground of Flint High School. During the programme we discover how the local area have been preparing to welcome the festival, including a procession that saw 4,000 people come to Flint Castle in October. We hear from the Chair of the Executive Committee, Jeremy Griffiths, and Alex finds out how local youngsters have been preparing for the competitions and shows.
The training hots up as parents from Amlwch, Ffostrasol, Pwllheli and Ammanford form new teams to compete for the chance to play a match in France to coincide with Euro 2016. The managers John Hartson, Iwan Roberts, Owain Tudur Jones and Malcolm Allen, are determined to ensure success for their respective teams. Will Pwllheli's new clubhouse reach its new home? Ammanford's manager John Hartson shares his life experiences and Ffostrasol's youth policy starts to pay off. On Anglesey the Amlwch players face a difficult fitness session under the eyes of manager Owain Tudur Jones.
Weekend news and sport.
Back in 1975 the lads from Pontygwaith primary school football team gathered on the steps of what was the first Welsh-language school in Rhondda Fach. The photo of the event is re-created over thirty years later in the very same spot - but what of their lives - and the history of the Valley - since then?
Heledd Cynwal and Ioan Doyle present highlights from the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society's Spring Festival. The event, which takes part in Llanelwedd in mid-May is a celebration of country life and is one of the most popular weekend events in the Spring Festivals calendar. We'll experience some of the great exhibitions and the excitement from the main ring, taking a look at some of the animal shows - from dogs and poultry to horses and cattle. Heledd and Ioan also take a look at the gardening and forestry exhibitions and taste a wide variety of treats in the food hall.
Join Dilwyn Pierce, Dafydd Iwan, Eden, Côr Meibion Maelgwn, Eryl Davies, Siân and Emyr Gibson for more Noson Lawen entertainment from Holywell in Flintshire. First shown in 2006 and broadcast again at the start of the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Flintshire.