Programmes for younger viewers: Sbarc, Y Brodyr Coala, Ynys Broc Môr Lili, Blero yn Mynd i Ocido, Loti Borloti, Halibalw, Octonots, TiPiNi, Peppa, Llan-ar-goll-en.
Science series with Tudur Phillips and his two friends, Sbarc the scientist and Nef the Nature Detective.
Series for young children. I wonder who'll need the Koala Brothers's help today?
A mysterious and important guest arrives to see Lord Stagls sculpture garden.
Blero and his friends go to the funfair, but when the shrinkasizer comes out they end up in a giant mess.
Loti Borloti puts on her dancing shoes this week as she gives another child a helping hand. Beca is a member of her school's dance team, but she's having difficulty learning and remembering the dance routine. Through magic, a dance teacher appears who gives Beca a special dance lesson and Loti gives her a pair of brand new dancing shoes. By the end of the programme Beca is confident that she will remember the dance routine.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
When the Octopod loses all power, the Octonauts give it a jumpstart with the aid of some Electric Torpedo Rays!
Today TiPiNi has travelled to Llandeilo. With the help of friends from Ysgol Teilo Sant, Kizzy and Kai have fun learning about Carreg Cennen Castle and about a special person who gave his name to the town. This will be a great song!
Peppa and George are in bed when Grandma and Grandad Pig come for a meal. Grandma begins to read them a bedtime story.
Tara Tan Toc has lost her voice just hours before her magnificent concert in the village hall. Can Prys and Ceri find it before the concert begins?
Great programmes for the weekend: Angelo am Byth, Ben 10, Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Tylwyth Od Timmy!, Chwarter Call, Bernard, Hendre Hurt, Sinema'r Byd: Dod â Taid Nôl yn Fyw.
Cartoon following Angelo, a 12 year-old boy, hoping to take control of his life, with the help of his friends.
Ben and Gwen have arrived in the Riptide Rapids Zone, when Ben is stopped by the attendant as he is too short. In his disappointment he transforms to Med Rus Bach, so that he can jump in unnoticed.
When an old enemy of Penben visits the zoo, he doesn't believe that Penri the Puffin wants to become friends with him.
Every March the15th, Denzel Crocker gets even grumpier. Timmy has had enough and goes back in time to discover the reason for Denzel's problem.
In a special programme Poppy, Archie, Owen and Jodie from Yr Unig Ffordd Yw look back on a series full of LOLs!
Bernard is not very happy with being the tennis ball boy, and he gets very bored when the match between Lloyd and Zack goes on much longer than expected.
A programme for young people which imagines what farm animals get up to when we turn our backs!
A short film from the Czech Republic about an old man and his family.
How does light escape from the sun? We take a million year journey from the centre of the sun, following the path of light. We witness its fiery birth from nuclear fusion in the core, its 430,000 mile battle against gravity and magnetism, its escape from the solar surface, and the final leap into space.
Presenter Osi Rhys Osmond rediscovers the Welsh locations that have inspired artists over the last two hundred years, from JMW Turner's glorious portrayal of light and colour to the nostalgic railway posters of the 1950s. Using the places depicted in the historical paintings, Osi accompanies two contemporary artists as they visit the celebrated locations to create original work of their own. In today's programme, we visit Deeside in North Wales where Turner painted the foreshore near Flint Castle, one of his most admired watercolours. The two contemporary artists on location are Iwan Gwyn Parry and art student Gwennan Gruffydd. First shown in 2006.
In this programme, Ffion Hague will be looking at the life of Betsi Cadwaladr, an innovative and adventurous girl who travelled from Bala to the Crimea to nurse with Florence Nightingale. But there is much more to her, she travelled the world, received numerous marriage offers and her methods challenged nursing. Her name is now familiar throughout Wales because of the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board, but who was the real Betsi Cadwaladr?
In this 2005 series, Amanda Protheroe-Thomas studies some of the world's most fascinating creatures. Today, she travels to South Africa to see the local sharks and to visit the Great White Shark Research Centre in Gansbaai.
In a special edition of Ffermio, Meinir Howells looks back at the history of the dairy industry in Wales and talks to farmers and factory workers about their experiences. She also ventures to London to find out about the Welsh families who moved there to work in the dairy industry in the last century.
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Our journey through Wales' must-see places continues with presenter Aled Samuel, historian Dr John Davies, and photographer Marian Delyth. In this episode we will be travelling from Caernarfon Castle to Gwydir Castle, visiting Llanberis and Bodnant Gardens along the way, and taking a look at Tre'r Ceiri through the photographer's lens.
Our journey to Wales' 'must-see' places continues, with presenter Aled Samuel, the late historian Dr John Davies, and photographer Marian Delyth. In this episode we will be visiting Abergavenny, and taking a look at the Three Castles - Grosmont, the White Castle and Skenfrith. We'll also visit one of Wales' most spectacular castles at Raglan. We'll admire the World Heritage site at Blaenavon and take a look at Llanthony Abbey through the photographer's lens.
In a stunning wildlife series, Iolo Williams explores some of the world's northernmost reaches - a wilderness with spectacular wildlife. Iolo follows the lives of Nordic animals including the brown bear and the arctic fox as they battle against the elements in a land of epic beauty and harsh extremes. In this programme, the Arctic winter loosens its grip and the young offspring must grow up fast.
In this 2013 series, chef Dudley Newbery will be guiding Welsh stars on a gastronomic journey that offers twists at every turn. How will they cope? The budding chefs in this series are Robert Croft, Sarra Elgan, Rhun ap Iorwerth, Sara Lloyd-Gregory, Eiry Thomas, Gwyneth Glyn, Iwan John, Aled Samuel and Tudur Phillips.
In this two-part series, Lord Dafydd Wigley travels to Chicago and Montgomeryshire on the trail of his notorious third cousin, gangster boss Murray the Hump. For 40 years Murray the Hump's influence extended throughout America - from the ghetto to the White House. The series contains footage featured in the gangster's own home movies.
Join Dylan Ebenezer, Nicky John, Wales Assistant Manager Osian Roberts and the red-button-boys Mark Jones and Tomi Morgan at Park Hall for Sgorio's big JD Welsh Premier League fixture between Champions, The New Saints, and Welsh Cup holders Bala Town (kick-off, 5.15). Also, don't forget the Sgorio 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.
Weekend news and sport.
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In this programme, first broadcast in 1986, we meet two young footballers trying to make a name for themselves at Watford Football Club. At the time, Malcolm Allen had had a number of appearances for the first team and Wales, while Iwan Roberts had had just one game for the first team but had been a consistent goal scorer for both the youth and second teams. With 'Cofi' Tommy Walley as the youth team coach, Nic Parri joins them to find out what a working week is like for a professional football player.
This 1998 edition comes from Plas Y Bryniau, Aberaeron and is introduced by Peter Hughes Griffiths. Taking part are the Dwynant Choir, Dafydd Edwards, Gwawr Edwards, Catrin Finch, Cwlwm and Aelwyd Ceredigion.
The popular singer who accompanies Rhys Meirion this week has been performing for forty years and is a household name. Bryn Fôn will be sharing his stories with Rhys Meirion and talking about the places and people who have influenced him both professionally and personally. The two singers will explore the Nantlle Valley, which has a special place in Bryn's heart. They will also choose duets to sing together and create a fresh inteyrpretation of a few old favourites.
A 2016 series following the model Dylan Garner's nationwide search to find a perfect role model within the building industry. 14 builders will compete in various building and modelling challenges where the overall winner will receive a cash prize of £3500. In the first episode - every model needs a catwalk so the builders set one up and learn to walk on it!
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