Programmes for youngsters: Igam Ogam, Dwylo'r Enfys, Oli Dan y Don, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Cwpwrdd Cadi, Meic y Marchog, Heini, Boj, Yn yr Ardd, Nodi, Marcaroni, Cei Bach.
Igam Ogam thinks it's funny to frighten her friends.
Fflur's a lovely dancer - both tap and modern. Today she teaches Heulwen to dance and the two of them prepare for a show. Brilliant!
Oli and Beth have to move caskets but because of Beth's carelessness one flies towards Oli and breaks his wing.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa enjoy playing cowboys and make a plaque out of rope. They also visit the children at Maenclochog Primary School.
Join the Halibalw gang for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Cadi and her friends dress up as deep sea divers and travel under the sea where they help an octopus appreciate the benefits of having eight arms.
When Meic loses the Jewel of Glyndreigiau he declares that his mission is to find it. Sbarcyn is particularly pleased to hear it may have been dropped in a pie, as he will have to eat all the pies to help Meic discover its whereabouts!
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme "Heini" visits a garden centre.
Boj and his buddies form a rock 'n' roll band. But when Rupa and Mia walk out due to musical differences Boj needs a boj-a-boom idea for something they can both play together to reunite the band. Could Mr Clipaclop's old double bass hold the key?
Wali is feeling sad in the garden today. He has a sore eye and has to wear an eye patch like a pirate. Fflach tries to think of a way to comfort Wali so he organises a big adventure for all the friends in the garden.
Tessie's planning a honey sandwich picnic but her sensitive bees are frightened away by Jumbo's huge sneeze.
Today's story is about a pair who don't always like the same thing but still get on very well with each other. It wouldn't do for everyone to be exactly the same after all! And this idea makes Marcaroni's nose twitch which as we know is a sign that fun and games are ahead - there's a new song on the way about an unlikely but very happy couple called - Mr a Mrs Jones!
It's Prys' first day at work as Cei Bach's new policeman and before the end of the day, Prys is involved in his first case: Trefor, the parrot, is missing!
Lowri Morgan's journey through some of the world's great traditional festivals takes her to the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Every year, thousands of Berber people gather in the small town of Imilchil for two reasons - to buy and sell at the huge Harvest market and to celebrate marriage ceremonies rooted in the Romeo and Juliet stories of Berber legend. It's a proud culture and rather suspicious of outsiders, but Lowri has privileged access to a bride and groom as they join dozens of other couples in the marriage event. It's a heady festival scene - musicians and dancers, donkeys and camels for sale and an aphrodisiac salesman!
Join Nia Parry as she gives us an insight into the lives and homes of some of Wales's familiar faces in a new series of 'Adre'. This week we'll be visiting the home of the multi-talented Siân James. Following this, Nia will be taking us on a journey around Wales visiting different areas and meeting interesting people in Milltir².
Gareth's behaviour and actions are creating big problems for Glenda, especially when she discovers stolen items in his bedroom. When Glenda finally realises where they were stolen from, things get even worse. Ken causes problems for Kay when he decides to make some home brew and while David is licking his wounds after his failure at the auction, Siân is looking for a good friend. Luckily, she doesn't have to look far.
Even with Vince's offer of help, it looks like the fizz will quickly go out of Ken's plan to make some home brew. Glenda begins to wonder whether it was a good idea to offer Gareth a place to stay. Will learning more about his past help her change her mind? When David finds out who bought the land he was bidding for at auction, he is shocked and angered - but he's learnt a great lesson in business. Lowri's mistake at work leads Carys to an unexpected business idea.
This is the big day out for the players and supporters of Wales' rugby clubs - three consecutive SSE SWALEC finals at the Principality Stadium. First up, live and exclusive coverage of the Bowl Final where Taffs Well take on Burry Port. Kick off is at 1.00. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
The second game of the day sees two Division One East title rivals going head to head for Plate honours. Penallta v Bedlinog live, presented by Gareth Roberts. Kick off is at 3.15. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
The big match of the day sees a tasty battle of the West as 2007 winners Llandovery meet Carmarthen Quins, who narrowly beat Cross Keys in the semi-finals. All the action, live and exclusive from the Principality Stadium with Gareth Roberts. Kick-off, 5.35. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
News and weather.
Comedian and presenter Tudur Owen takes on a bold new challenge. He wants to reconnect a traditional Welsh town with a traditional trade that's been lost and revive the old skills that once flourished there. He's heading to Anglesey and the town of Menai Bridge where he's on the hunt for their missing fish. But there's no local catch to be found in town even though it's nestled right next to the stunning waters of the Menai Straits. He sets out to help the townspeople as they track down the island's fish and stage the first quayside fish market in over fifty years.
Another chance to enjoy the drama series set in London and Ceredigion following the lives of the Jenkins family in the 1920s. In this episode, Esther and Ifan christen baby Ifan and Martha, Jane's sister, falls out with her family because she believes they are being hypocritical.
The late Sian Pari Huws reveals how harbours, large and small, dotted along our coastline, helped create the modern Welsh nation. From the 1850s until the mid twentieth century the sea was our link with the outside world, and the sea brought the world to Wales. First shown in 2006.
A new gardening and nature series with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards, Meinir Gwilym and Twm Elias. It's April in the garden at Pont-y-Twr, and Iwan and Sioned are getting ready for the growing season ahead. Sioned pots some summer bulbs in the greenhouse while Iwan explains how to successfully sow seeds, and how to prune young fruit trees. Away from the garden, Meinir Gwilym visits RSPB Cymru's Lake Efyrnwy Nature Reserve, and Twm Elias opens our eyes to some of the delightful spring flowers we can all enjoy this time of year.