Programmes for youngsters: Hafod Haul, Guto Gwningen, Y Dywysoges Fach, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Bing, Ben Dant, Do Re Mi Dona, Digbi Draig, Sara a Cwac, Antur Natur Cyw, Meic y Marchog, Cei Bach.
It's a sunny day at Hafod Haul farm, and all the animals are very excited. Sara the hen has just had four pretty little chicks. Jaff offers to look after the chicks to give Sara a rest, however the chicks escape on an adventure around the farm. Jaff panics and tries to find them before Sara wakes up. But will he succeed?
Guto is left to babysit Nel Gynffon-wen but can't resist an exciting event at the Squirrel camp. He brings his sleeping sister along but has to rescue her when she wakes up and crawls away.
The Little Princess loves playing in the mud.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa make a crocodile. They also visit the children at Ysgol O.M. Edwards and create a large cardboard crocodile.
Join the Halibalw gang for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Bing's friends are coming to his house for a cake party.
Join the pirate Ben Dant, and a team from Ysgol Pencae, Cardiff on their adventure to find the treasure.
Join Dona Direidi and her sidekick Ned Nodyn, as they challenge youngsters from Ysgol Y Castell, Caerphilly to learn a song and perform it in front of an audience. Will they learn 'Pan Fydda i'n Fawr' in time?
Digbi is worried he's no good at being a dragon; he can't fly or breathe fire!
Sara plants seeds in the garden with Cwac. After a very long wait, little onions appear.
New series for pre-school children teaching them about animals and the natural world.
When Meic won't teach his dragons a signal they're able to do, they make up their own. But instead of calling Meic, they call the Vikings! To rescue Sbarcyn, Meic has to learn the new signal - and learn to be a better teacher!
Oh dear, Brangwyn has slept late, so there's nothing for it but to drive through the village like a mad man in order to arrive at his important meeting in time. But Prys Plismon and WPC Elin Huws have a surprise in store for Brangwyn.
Highlights from 'Sgwad Sêr Cymru' with Osian Roberts and Lowri Morgan as they meet some of Wales's up and coming athletes. We'll be looking at different kinds of sports from canoeing to weight lifting and from mountain biking to figure skating.
Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Mr Lloyd as he slips deeper into Megan's clutches. She is determined to implement the next step in her plan, but finds Mr Lloyd needs a lot of persuading. Rhys is embarrassed following the disclosure of his affair with David and tries to avoid everyone. The affair is also affecting Meical and Kay's relationship as Kay continues use Rhys as the K Kabs' mechanic.
David and Barry manage to persuade Rhys to go out and face people following the disclosure of the affair. How will Dani and her family react when they see David and Rhys out in public? Now that Megan has managed to persuade Mr Lloyd to propose to her, she is pleased he is eager to move forward with their wedding arrangements. Kelvin realises Lowri really wants to go on holiday and decides to make some arrangements. Will Lowri be happy with the surprise?
Today's programme joins a hymn-singing event in Seion Chapel, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant. Iona Jones conducts the singing with Eirlys Richards on the organ. There will also be a performance by a joint choir featuring children from two local schools.
The vital First Test between the All Blacks and the Lions comes from Eden Park, Auckland. The task facing the visitors is daunting to say the least - New Zealand haven't lost a test match here since 1994! Join Catrin Heledd and the team for highlights and analysis with commentary from Wyn Gruffydd and Dafydd Jones.
The last time the British and Irish Lions won a test series in New Zealand was in 1971. In a side full of Welsh players and a Welsh coach, this was a tour that changed the face of rugby forever, as for a short time Wales replaced New Zealand as the world power in rugby. Through never before seen archive and fascinating interviews with Gareth Edwards, JPR Williams, Delme Thomas and Derek Quinnell, this documentary tells the story of that amazing tour.
This 2016 series takes a contemporary look at traditional rural sports - the mighty, muscular, outdoor contests of the summer, which are as popular as they've ever been. Woodcutting, Tug of War and Shearing come under the spotlight this year - each filmed at national events all over Wales. Sarra Elgan Easterby presents the first programme which includes the ultimate test for Europe's leading lumberjacks, the Championship 5 event at Woodfest Wales in Caerwys, Flintshire. Will Clwyd Axemen's local hero, Elgan Pugh, master the five very different disciplines sufficiently to defend his prestigious title? Commentary from Ifan Jones Evans and Dafydd Cadwaladr.
Today's programme looks at the effect the General Election result will have on agriculture. Also, Alun hears about a ram compare project in Llansawel, Carmarthenshire and we find out how one supermarket is trying to connect with local producers.
Omnibus edition looking back at events in the fictional village of Cwmderi over the past week. With on-screen English subtitles.
A look back at some of the interviews featured in the present series. Alwyn Humphreys returns to Sunday School, we meet a bubbly character from Ruthin and a cricketer who is an Elder at Cysegr Chapel in Bethel. The hymns come from Cardigan, Trawsfynydd, Cardiff, Llandovery and Ruthin.
What's it like to live amongst the world's highest mountains? Actor Ffion Dafis travels the length of a new road which has penetrated right to the heart of the Himalayas. These mountains are giants - but are they big enough to withstand the encroaching pressures of the modern world?
In this remarkable programme, former MP and miner's son Adam Price goes on a journey of discovery to find out more about the dramatic history of the Miners' Strike of 1984-85. The strike, he says, that made him the man he is today. In this second episode of three Adam discovers how the lesbian and gay communities from London supported the miners' cause and meets the former Chief Constable of South Wales Police David East. He also has a confrontation with a strikebreaker and his wife. During his journey Adam will reassess his views about one of the most important industrial disputes in British history and discover whether his own views of the Strike have changed along the way.
Wynne Evans' challenge to create a choir from workers at three of Wales' biggest companies is coming to an end. But now the choir face their toughest challenge; to raise funds for cancer charity Tenovus by recording and selling a single. Wynne and the choir visit the world famous Rockfield studios in Monmouth to record their new song and the single goes on sale. But Wynne has one more surprise in store for his choir - an invitation to join him to perform on stage. Last in series.
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When a dead body was found in a back garden in South Wales wrapped in plastic, the 'body in the bag' made headlines around the world. But this week the detectives open their case file revealing how the person was killed.
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