Weekend programmes for young viewers: Heini, Guto Gwningen, Octonots, Ynys Broc Môr Lili, Bobi Jac, Halibalw, Dona Direidi, Olobobs, Patrôl Pawennau, Asra.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini cleans the house.
When Lili's father decides to move the family out of the Lake District, Guto comes up with a clever, but dangerous, plan to change Dr Gynffon-gwta's mind.
While diving down to the Midnight Zone, the Octonauts are attacked by bomber worms.
A barometer warns of a bad storm on its way to Ynys Broc Môr.
Bobi Jac plays a bouncing game in the countryside.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
This week Huwi Stomp calls in to see Dona Direidi in her pink home. Huwi is worried because the bird table he has built is not attracting many birds. Dona decides to help Huwi create a special bird cake for the birds to eat.
Gyrdi is very good at tidying up - so good that the Olobobs can't find any of their things!
When Mabli the monkey escapes from her cage on the train, Gwil and the PAW Patrol go on a wild chase to search for her.
Children from Ysgol Tregarth 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 Earth be able to help Seren?
Programmes for youngsters: Pat a Stan, Y Dyfnfor, Ysbyty Hospital, Larfa, Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Pigo Dy Drwyn, SpynjBob Pantsgwâr, Boom!
Pat and Stan - two fun-loving mates who manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures!
An artificial intelligence programme to run the sub and protect the Nektons tries to stop their rescue mission because it's too risky. When they try to shut her down, she takes over completely to save them from themselves!
A new visitor arrives at Ysbyty Hospital, and Anni assumes he's the big boss. Glenise isn't happy at all but Lois and Anni are eager to please him. What exactly is the new boss hiding from the gang?
The new guy is very temperamental and easily explodes. Red, Yellow and Brown try to keep him calm.
Gwydion is being more of a pest than usual, so the Penguins decide to go on holiday - to the moon.
Mirain and Gareth keep an eye on two teams as they go head to head in a series of snot-tastic games!
There's a new Viking-themed promotion at the Krusty Krab, so SpongeBob is determined to find out everything there is to know about Vikings. And what better way to find out about Vikings than to talk to them himself?
Today, there'll be more myth busting with Ianto, and a look at liquid nitrogen, which can instantly freeze things and cause explosions!
How will life on Earth come to an end? With an asteroid the size of a car hitting our planet every day, this latest episode in the Cosmos series reveals the threats that could destroy our world. From comets to gamma rays, from volcanoes to rogue planets, we'll find out the likelihood of these fatal events striking Earth. By looking back at the past 5 extinction events that have hit Earth over its 13 billion year history, this programme reveals how scientists are already preparing for the worst.
In the final programme of the series Osi Rhys Osmond visits Rhyl, where artist L S Lowry painted a sombre and expressive image of the harbour. The two contemporary artists on location are Ivor Davies and Huw Jones. First shown in 2006.
The story of Thomas Picton - the soldier from Pembrokeshire who became the first governor of the island of Trinidad. The story begins in Gibraltar where he was a young soldier and finishes at Waterloo when he became a famous officer. But between the two there was a very dark period in the life of Thomas Picton. A period that raises very difficult questions about his and the British Empire's role in a history that is now considered a disgrace; slavery.
Iwan visits a garden in Llangybi, to prune a tree that's grown to large for its surroundings, while Sioned offers advice on the types of plants that can provide some colour well into the autumn. Meinir is at the local garden centre to show how you can breathe new life into plants from the 'bargain bin'.
Our journey through Wales continues with presenter Aled Samuel, historian Dr John Davies, and photographer Marian Delyth. In this episode we visit Caerphilly Castle and Castell Coch. Marian Delyth takes us on a visual journey to Pontypridd, and after a magical visit to St Fagans National Museum of History, we discover the splendour of Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff.
Our journey through Wales continues with presenter Aled Samuel, historian Dr John Davies, and photographer Marian Delyth. In this episode we visit The Centre for Alternative Technology near Machynlleth and the towns of Aberaeron and Newtown. Marian Delyth takes us on a visual journey to Aberystwyth and we'll also be visiting Strata Florida.
This week, we'll be following climate professor, Siwan Davies, on her journey around one of the world's most sustainable countries, Costa Rica. Here, the country's amazing wildlife and spectacular landscapes are coming under increasing pressure from the devastating effects of climate change.
Beca Lyne-Pirkis is in her element as she bakes all sorts of breads and creates a scrumptious sandwich for her husband. She'll also be giving her brother a hand with the cooking as he prepares an American themed barbeque.
As the success of the older KP Stars in Blackpool encourages Karen to take her younger groups to compete in Cheerdance UK, we uncover the dynamics of the relationship between Anti Karen, her pupils and their parents. The youngest group causes her problems, but they are far easier to handle than a slightly older group who are ready to shake their pom-poms in public for the first time. Yes, the mothers are ready to compete under Blackpool's bright lights. But will Karen be teaching from the sidelines or out there on the dancefloor?
This week we'll find out how fire crews work with the public to help prevent dangerous situations. We'll also see them being put through their paces as they work with the Ministry of Defence to prepare for all types of emergencies. Carmarthen Fire crew respond to a call in the Llanarthney area and advise the family on home fire safety. Plus, we meet a business owner from Penybont near Llandrindod who is grateful for the advice he was given by the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.
Ironman Wales takes place amidst the castles and stunning landscapes of Pembrokeshire on the South Wales coast. After a 2.4 mile sea swim in the historic setting of Tenby, a challenging 112 mile bike ride takes in some big climbs before athletes face the 26.2 mile run to the finish. This prestigious event enjoys big crowds and offers athletes a chance to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. The race attracts thousands of triathletes, including some of the world's leading pros. Lowri Morgan presents with commentary from Gareth Roberts.
Join Dylan Ebenezer, Nicky John and the red-button-boys at Park Avenue as Aberystwyth manager Nev Powell faces his former club for the first time since leaving the Citizens in 2016 (Kick-off, 5.15). Powell led Bangor City to several successes during his nine year tenure but he's facing a huge task at Park Avenue as he tries to get Aber back into the top six and into European competition. While Powell has seen and done it all in the Welsh Premier League, Kevin Nicholson's managerial career is just beginning. So far, he's had a successful start as he moulds a team full of experience and young talent. Don't forget Sgorio also provides a goals and results service as well as an extended match preview from 4.30 on s4c.cymru/sgorio. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
This week's programme comes from Neigwl Plas, Botwnnog, Llyn and was first broadcast in 1987. The late Stewart Jones is the evening's compere and the guests include Bryn Terfel, Alwyn Siôn, Young Farmers from Y Rhiw, Conji, Lleisiau Llanddwyn, Siân Eirian and Ifas y Tryc.
The Final! After weeks of competing it's time for the grand final, where the three finalists will be competing for a cash prize of £3,500, to be the face of the magazine 'Professional Builder' and to model clothes for the world famous brand, Dickies. The building challenge will push their skills and abilities to their limits before the competition ends with a re-enactment of a classic photo in the modelling challenge! Who will be crowned the winner of Ffasiwn Bildar 2016?