Stiw, Dwylo'r Enfys, Dona Direidi, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Abadas, Marcaroni, Sam Tân, Cymylaubychain, Guto Gwningen, Rapsgaliwn, Nodi, Ben Dant.
Stiw tries his luck at delivering mail to his family and friends.
Heulwen finds Heti walking the dog on the beach. There are so many fun things to see at the seaside - from shells to driftwood! Looking up, the girls see a brilliant castle. What a brilliant place for a fun day!
This week Einir comes to play with Dona with a guitar. They both sing together and Dona is sad that she cannot play the guitar. Einir comforts her by showing her how to make her own musical instrument.
An arts series for pre-school children in the company of the colourful character Twm Tisian and his friend Lisa.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Roll up, roll up! The Abadas are playing Hari's super throwing game, but things are tougher than they seem. Who will be able to find today's word?
Uncle Roli comes a-visiting today with a long tale about Seimon Swnllyd, who was so noisy he lost his echo! Marcaroni's thrilled when he learns what an echo is - and of course this sets his nose a-twitching and his knees a-banging. This can only mean one thing! There's a song on the way!
Mandy and Norman try to hunt down the crafty fox with the help of Tom and Moose while Elvis sits his advanced driving test.
Bobo is excited to hear about the star that makes wishes come true.
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.
A series for young children with Rapsgaliwn - 'The world's greatest rapper- in gold he's so dapper'.
Sly sets Gobbo a challenge: Can he spoil the fun in Toytown on his own?
Join the pirate Ben Dant, and a team from Ysgol Pencae, Cardiff on their adventure to find the treasure.
John Hardy is joined by witnesses of the demonstrations on Trefechan Bridge fifty years ago. Meic Stephens, Geraint Jones and Rhiannon Parry took part in the protest, Wyn Morris was a policeman at that time and Phill Davies was there with his father who was a photographer.
Beca will be stepping back in time to recreate some of her favourite Eighties' foods for a specially themed party. From prawn cocktail vol-au-vents to fondant fancies, these are retro treats that Beca loved as a kid in the Eighties! If you have a sweet tooth there are homemade marshmallows and popping candy for that sugar rush!
Today's programme focuses on our sense of taste. What is umami? Dr Anwen Rees puts her tongue to the test as she learns about the basic tastes and Dr Katie Hemer travels to London to take part in the world's largest multi-sensory experiment.
On the menu this week, 'Galwch Acw' - a cookery series for Welsh learners with tutor Ioan Talfryn and presenter Gareth Roberts. This is followed by 'Pigion Cegin Bryn' - where chef Bryn Williams prepares delicious recipes.
Dale still believes his brother is suffering from a cold but Barry takes a turn for the worse as the chemotherapy begins to take effect. And to top it all, Carys has started to become more and more suspicious. Dani is disappointed when she discovers a note from Sophie to her father - who knows what she'll do when she gets angry! Arthur's plan to sell Anti Jean's painting seems to be falling apart just as he thinks he has managed to get away with it. But who could have guessed Iris' reaction?
Meical tries his best to get Wyn and Dani back on speaking terms but things don't look promising. Alwena isn't at all impressed with Philip's Christmas decorations and is determined they should make more of an effort. Sophie's plans to get her hands on Wyn are taking effect at last. Carys finally finds out about Barry's illness and knows exactly what she needs to do.
A programme providing an insight into the life of an international rugby referee as we follow Nigel Owens' journey from the start of his career as a sixteen year old to refereeing the biggest game in world rugby, the World Cup final - ten years after he refereed his first international game. His journey off the pitch though has been a difficult one. Growing up, Nigel battled with bulimia and an addiction to steroids as he battled with his sexuality, which resulted in him attempting suicide before openly coming out as gay. We hear about Nigel's views on homophobia in the game and how he overcame adversity to reach the pinnacle in his profession.
Join Dylan Ebenezer and Geraint Hardy for all the latest from the world of sport. There will be highlights from the Dafabet Welsh Premier league, including Airbus' daunting trip to face the champions, The New Saints. We will also have all the rugby headlines as the regions return to Guinness PRO12 action. There will also be rugby highlights from the Principality Premiership. Clwb will also bring you the best of Wrexham's latest match in the Vanarama National League, as Mansfield travel to the Racecourse, along with the latest from the world of Welsh rallying from the Ralïo team. There will also be a special feature on the Cardiff Celts' Volleyball team.
We follow the climber and shepherd Ioan Doyle as he ventures into the world of sheep farming on the Carneddau near Bethesda, Snowdonia and tries to set up a business selling lamb, with his partner Helen, while also trying to pursue his career as a climber. In the first episode, Ioan scans sheep for the first time and hopes to double his flock. But to make ends meet, he also needs to work as a 'contractor'. All this, plus trying to push his climbing to new heights.
News and weather.
A series exploring the place names and history found along the Llyn Peninsula. In this episode, the journey goes from Nant Gwrtheyrn to Porth Ty Mawr. We'll hear about the herring industry in Nefyn, a rock connected with a strange legend and a shipwreck which led to a new place name arising along the coast.
Who are the Welsh? What links us to the rest of the world? And what sets us apart? Jason Mohammad, Beti George and Dr Anwen Jones trace the epic journey of our DNA - and they reveal the existence of some extraordinary genetic clusters in Wales. These clusters may be the Welsh equivalent of Scotland's clans, and can be traced back to ten powerful men who are likely to have lived in Wales less than 2,000 years ago. Astonishingly, 18% of Welsh men today are direct descendants on the male line of these ten patriarchs. And for one of today's sporting heroes, our DNA test suggests a connection to one of these genetic clusters he could not possibly have imagined.
Beca travels to Parma to meet her old friend Simona. They'll take a whistle-stop tour of some of Simona's favourite 'foodie' places including a traditional pizzeria and a dairy specialising in parmesan cheese. Back in Wales, Beca will show us how to cook some simple Italian dishes including a deep pan pizza and one of Beca's favourite classic desserts, a Tiramisu.