Y Teulu Mawr, Tili a'i Ffrindiau, Byd Carlo Bach, Bob y Bildar, Igam Ogam, Byd Begw Bwt, Halibalw, Octonots, Chwedlau Tinga Tinga, Sam Tân, Llan-ar-goll-en.
Cartoon series for young children about a family of lively elephants.
When Tili manages to make Arthur's bad knee better, she decides she's going to be Doctor Tili. But Tili is a bit too enthusiastic at diagnosing her friends and starts administering medical help even when it's not wanted. The friends must try to explain to Tilly that part of being a good doctor is being able to listen!
Little Carlo and his friends are excited by the sounds of the jungle. Do you know which sounds the animals of the jungle make?
More adventures with Bob and his friends.
Igam Ogam can't sleep so neither can anyone else.
Welcome to the world of Begw Bwt. Begw is a colourful character, always in her element as she welcomes her little friends to the magical and comical world of our Welsh folk songs. In each programme Begw Bwt gives us a dramatic introduction before we are taken to the land of folk songs along with Catrin Finch accompanying on the harp. During this programme we are introduced to the folk song Ton Ton Ton.
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!
Colourful stories from Africa about animals of the world. Today we find out why Vulture is bald.
Mandy wants to be a round the world yachtswoman.
There's a chameleon on the loose in Llan-ar-goll-en. It appears every now and then, but before anybody has a chance to talk to it, it disappears. This is a strange case for Prys and Ceri.
Today's programmes are Y Brodyr Adrenalini, Dennis a Dannedd, Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Y Barf, Dreigiau: Marchogion Berc, Ludus, Sinema'r Byd.
The Brothers cross a river and meet their worst enemy.
Dennis looks after the school parrot over the weekend.
Dwynwen keeps screaming in fear every night waking everyone up, so she and Penben decide to face the beast that's frightening her.
In a secret cave somewhere in Wales, Y Barf and his faithful sidekick Noni have a problem! Their arch enemy Arch-Elin is trying to stop the children of Wales from writing poetry! Will Y Barf and his bardic friends succeed in defeating her? Can a Rap save the poetry of Wales? This episode of Y Barf will give you the answers!
A fierce storm threatens Berc and it's a race against time to get the animals of the island to live together with the dragons, without fearing them.
Ludus is planning to transform the world into one giant app. Will the three brave heroes from Pembrokeshire be able to defeat the super villain and escape back to Earth? You can play along with the programme too by downloading the app to your phone or tablet.
Short films from Wales and the world, with stories about children who are facing a challenge.
This week, actor Steffan Rhodri continues to cross continents in his quest to find out more about produce and goods exported from Wales. This time he's in the Middle East and visits the stables of the Dubai Royal Family to see horse weighing equipment from Wales in action. He'll roll up his sleeves in the kitchen of a smart Dubai hotel to use cheese from Caernarvon in a special dish and take a trip through the desert to see how murals from Denbighshire give colour and pattern to the local architecture.
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits Eifion and Mary Jones and the family at Cilfeithy Farm, Kidwelly, where they have an excellent dairy herd which has won many awards over the years. It's June and the silage harvest is in full swing.
This week, Alun Elidyr visits Worthy Farm, a prize-winning dairy farm which is also home to one of the world's best known music festivals, Glastonbury. Daloni Metcalfe visits a farm near Llaneurgain where they have adapted the milking pattern and Meinir Howells calls on the Rattray family near Aberystwyth to see their award-winning Beltex sheep.
The Welsh family is changing. Within the last half a century, the traditional model of 'Mum and Dad and 2.4 children' has all but disappeared and been replaced by a different kind of family unit, one that's altogether more colourful, more complex and more interesting than before. In this programme we will be focusing on 'Adoption'.
It's a big day in the Stradey Park Hotel for seven sisters from Penygroes as they celebrate Gwyneth's 70th birthday. On a glorious summer's day they reminisce over the scones and clotted cream. After falling off his bike and breaking his leg, head chef Stuart heads back home to his mum's house for some home cooking and takes inspiration from her orchard. And soon to be married Gareth and Rhian come for a wine tasting session, but the groom is not impressed with the rosé!
A young boy from Nefyn is rushed in with breathing difficulties, a teenager from Pwllheli is admitted after suffering concussion and a week old baby from Bangor is transferred to Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool. Another busy day on the Children's Ward in Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor.
Over 8,000 people have been killed and millions need help after the huge earthquake which devastated large swathes of Nepal last month. Y Byd ar Bedwar travelled there to speak to those who've lost everything and in a special programme the team asks why some communities are still waiting for aid to arrive.
Vince is in a great mood following his kiss with Cathryn, but things are destined to change when it becomes apparent that Geoff saw them. Sophie's new business is going from strength to strength until Alwyn puts all her plans in jeopardy and this in turn causes problems for everyone in the house. Over at Llio and Iolo's house, Llio has had enough of Carys' laziness and insists she goes searching for a job. Will Barry be pleased to see her at the Ty Pizza? And will Ken's plan to cheer up Kay be successful?
Vince is shocked to discover Sophie has moved in with Cathryn, which is sure to create an awkward situation for all three of them. Will Cathryn and Vince have to re-think things about their new relationship? Or will Sophie apologise to Terry and Glenda, which would make things easier for everyone? It's Kay's birthday and everyone is trying their best to make her happy, but with visits from both Meical and Ron it's unlikely her wish of a quiet birthday will come true. Llio is shocked to see that Carys and Barry have become very close!
Weekend news and sport.
Roy Noble presents an evening of entertainment first shown in 1989. Taking part are the school choir from Ysgol Dyffryn Aman; singer William Whittle; the Brynaman dancers; one of Roy Noble's former fellow students, Dafydd Iwan and the folk group, Ar Log.
Brychan Llyr looks back on events at the Spring Festival, held in mid May, at the Llanelwedd Showground. The festival has fast become one of the most popular attractions of the season for small holders and gardeners. Meinir Howells looks at some of the main stock competitions, and gardener Eirlys Rhiannon gets inspiration and ideas for sustainable living.
A look back at the competition for choirs held recently in Aberystwyth. Following the semi final rounds for male voice choirs, ladies, children, youth and mixed choirs, the winners of each category came together to compete in the grand final.
Nia Roberts look forward to this year's Urdd Eisteddfod in Caerphilly at the end of May. She finds out how local youngsters have been preparing for the competitions and shows, and talks to the Chair of the Executive Committee, Sara Davies.
A light-hearted journey through the Rhymney Valley with Gareth Potter and Marc Lugg. First broadcast in 1990 and shown again as the Urdd visits Caerphilly.
In the final episode we find out how the Regimental Sergeant Major feels as he thinks about leaving the Army after twenty years in the Guards and we hear whether the recruits in Catterick successfully 'pass out' to join the iconic regiment.
In this second programme we follow the crew as they develop their dream of creating a community kitchen, which sells cheap healthy food to the people of the Caernarfon area. We see how married life treats Sgaw and Catherine and the kitchen will be on the road serving food on Bonfire Night on the local council estate. But will the healthy food sell and will the night go with a bang? Or will it be another disappointment for the crew? And what does the future hold for the boys now that the food van is ready and everybody has received their training? The journey is only beginning for the youngsters at 'Cegin Cofi'.