Programmes for youngsters: Ben Dant, Digbi Draig, Dwylo'r Enfys, Sbridiri, Jen a Jim Pob Dim, Ynys Broc Mor Lili, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Deian a Loli a'r Sws Llyffant, Dathlu 'Da Dona, Meic y Marchog, Tili a'i Ffrindiau, Sam Tan, Patrol Pawennau.
Join the pirate Ben Dant and a team from Ysgol Maesincla on their adventure to find four golden keys and a chest full of treasure.
When Digbi chases after a cone that's rolled down to Betsi's house, Glenys orders Teifion to keep Digbi away from his friends while she joins them instead.
In this series, Heulwen's travelling over the rainbow in search of adventure with some very special Welsh children. Along the way we learn three new Makaton signs, not forgetting the fun phone calls from Ffion! Today Heulwen lands in the middle of Cardiff's fashion week, and she's looking for Elen. Join them as they have an opportunity to do some shopping, learn how to be a model, and meet a very special Miss from Wales.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa make a hobby horse, and create a farm with the children from Ysgol y Babanod Abergwaun, Fishguard.
Deryn has made a new friend, Ystlum the bat and has decided she'd like to become a bat herself, sleeping in the daytime and playing at night. Who else will be awake to play with her?
The whole island is heading to Iarll Carw's beach house for some summer fun!
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
After Deian persuades Loli to kiss his pet toad, a horrible spell is cast on Loli. Deian has to face his fears - and worse than that, the Witch of the Dark Swamp - to try and reverse the spell on his twin sister.
Join Dona Direidi in a fun filled party, full of games, dancing and singing. Today, Joshua will be having a fancy-dress party with Tara Tan Toc.
Meic is so keen to have more stuff for the Big Swap than anyone else that he collects things that don't belong to him. He finally learns to ask before he takes - but not before some of his things are taken - by the Vikings!
Tili is very busy. With everything going on she's fed up of being herself and decides to rest. The friends decide to become Tili for the day, but before long they miss being themselves.
Moose opens his Winter wonderland on Pontypandy Mountain. But disaster strikes when Sara, Jams and Norman go ice skating.
When Clwcsan-wy gets trapped in a Corn Field Maze, the PAW Patrol races to the rescue!
If you're celebrating your birthday, you may be lucky enough to see your photo on today's Cyw!
Entertaining and educational animated series for nursery school children.
Bore Da is a weekly series which guides viewers through some of the items shown on Heno or Prynhawn Da during the previous week, and visits people and places of interest to those learning Welsh.
Join Geraint Hardy for 'Codi Pac' as he takes a leisurely journey around Wales. This week, he'll be in Fishguard to see what the town has to offer - from places to stay to things to see. Following this, there's a chance to see 'Cwmni', a series profiling different companies in Wales. In this episode, we meet the workers at Cwrw Llyn on the Llyn Peninsula.
Following his time in jail, Kelvin seems to be having difficulty settling into life back home, but Ken has a plan that could help everyone. Unfortunately, the results aren't as successful as he had hoped. Jason has a plan on how to win back Erin's love, and Michelle is getting a little carried away with ideas of how to spend Ron's inheritance. Mags is also interested in money - and in finding out how Rhys managed to find enough to buy the garage.
After ruining a romantic night in with Lowri, Kelvin continues to upset people, and in particular, Terry, who has had enough. It looks like it's time for Kelvin to start building bridges. To help him get his break-up with Erin, Jason concentrates on the business, which provides the ideal opportunity for Barry to take advantage of his younger brother. Mags' mission to uncover the truth about Rhys and the garage is warming up and so is the welcome Vince receives from Sophie and the children.
Profile of a sports club this week focusing on wheelchair rugby.
Iolo Williams goes in search of the wildlife living in Welsh towns. Today, Iolo finds a heron flying to pick up his daily sausage in a Llanberis garden and sees a vixen and a fox cub collecting bones from a garden in Aberdare. He watches a badger dropping in for supper at a house in Aberystwyth, finds a slow worm hiding under plastic in Porthmadog and sees red squirrels at home in a housing estate in Llangefni.
In February 1870 a young man from Ffaldybrenin arrived in Yantai, one of a wave of early missionaries to China. According to some, Timothy Richard was the most important missionary to China ever, from any nation. But he was much more than that, he saved the lives of thousands of people by fighting hunger, he got to know the Emperor and he campaigned for the development of the country.
For Harri there are some people who are larger than life. He learns about what drives people such as Cardiff University scientist and entomologist Dr Hefin Jones, and hears about the sailors of Cilie from Jon Meirion Jones. In Rhos near Wrexham, Harri meets his old friend and tennis player Elfyn Richards, before arriving at a Liverpool hospital to meet Professor Mari Lloyd-Williams. On his journey, Harri tries to understand what puts the 'tiger in the tank' of these 'special' people.
In a special documentary, broadcast again during the 2018 World Cup, Gary Slaymaker travels to Zurich to meet 'The King of Football', Pele. The programme looks at the history of Wales' campaign in the 1958 World Cup, the only time Wales has played in the competition. The documentary remembers in particular the Wales v Brazil quarter final when the 17-year-old starlet Pele broke Welsh hearts with the only goal of the game. First shown in 2008.
George Best - heralded the pop star of football and sometimes called 'The fifth Beatle' due to his 'rock and roll' lifestyle. He was famous on the football pitch for his amazing skill, and off it for his ability to party. He shocked fans when he retired, aged 27, at the peak of his career. In this documentary, we hear from his family and team mates as they talk about the man behind the hero.
Highlights of the Pembrokeshire Coast Triathlon, round two of the Welsh Super Series. After a swim in the Atlantic Ocean and a challenging bike ride on the steep and scenic local roads, the race finishes with a clifftop run that takes competitors high above the sea on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path.
The crew looks at the pig industry and the various systems at work - from large to small scale businesses. We meet a young farmer who has taken advantage of the tourism industry and hear about an exciting opportunity for farmers who want to expand their business.
Weekend news and sport.
Omnibus edition looking back at events in the fictional village of Cwmderi over the past week. With on-screen English subtitles.
John Ogwen explores the art and architecture of Judaism in this programme from 2004. He takes us to the Temple Israelitico in Rome, the Cordoba Synagogue in southern Spain, the Dohany Street Synagogue in Budapest and finally Temple Emanu-El in New York.
Hen Blant Bach brings two unlikely generations together to share their day care. It's a unique social experiment created for pre-school children and older adults to share time, space and activities. Under the watchful eye of a team of psychologists from Bangor University we see what happens when this age gap is bridged and the transformative effects it can have. The first Daycare centre to take part is in Garnant, Carmarthenshire.
Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Sion Tomos Owen visit Merthyr Tydfil to seek out the town's more interesting and hidden tales. From the wealth and splendour of the old ironmasters and the town's industrial past to the working class revolutionaries of the Merthyr Rising, the town has an historic past and an exciting future ahead. We also visit Dowlais Boxing Club to hear about the town's boxing heroes and get an alternative view of musician Joseph Parry's house.
This week, the programme investigates claims that the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board is still failing. In the street surgery, the people of Dolgellau put their questions to the MP Liz Saville Roberts and the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis faces Guto Harri's questions.
This time Iestyn Leyshon faces a huge challenge as he tries to sell a historical property outside Aberystwyth. Dafydd Hardy has to roll up his sleeves to introduce a new service into the business and in Ruthin, Glyn Owens searches for a new family to renovate an old school.
Appendix, sepsis and a fit - three very different conditions need treatment in the final programme of the series.