Programmes for children: Jen a Jim a'r Cywiadur, Blero yn Mynd i Ocido, Da 'Di Dona, Peppa, Llan-ar-goll-en, Olobobs, Y Diwrnod Mawr, Sam Tan, Patrol Pawennau, Asra.
The Cywiadur interrupts Jen's reading time. It's Cyw and Bolgi. They have come across a sad little bear. The bear also has a pile of books. Will reading a story help to cheer up the little bear?
Blero has to save Ocido from a falling comet and make sure that Mayor Oci has his bath as usual.
Come and join Dona Direidi as she tries her hand at all sorts of different jobs. Today she's going to work as a radio presenter with Sarah.
Peppa and George have lost their ball as the grass is so long. Can Grandad and Betsi help?
Who took Dr Jim's hair? This is a tricky mystery! Can Prys ar Frys and Ceri the dog-tective solve the mystery before Dr Jim's head gets cold?
When giant rocks appear all over the forest, Swifty Lifty encourages Gurdy to say hello to his visiting family!
On his big day, Huw's going to travel west to hopefully come up close and personal to his favourite creature - the snake. But when it comes to the crunch will he be brave enough to do it? Would you?
Moose and Tom are the "Wild Men" of Pontypandy and both teach the pioneers to make willow animals. The combination of campfire and wood does not bode well!
Gwil and the Pups attempt to rescue a baby bat sleeping in the Town Hall but it flies away and causes trouble around town.
Children from Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth visit Asra this week. The hotel on planet ASRA is running out of power. Stars must be won in order to win power. Will the little people of the earth be able to help Seren?
Great programmes for youngsters on the weekend.
Beti needs spectacles in order to see what she's doing. Macs and Crinc decide to help out, Oh dear!
Join Tudur, Mari, Hanna and Jack in the comedy series, Chwarter Call. Funny sketches, silly characters and plenty of laughter!
In this new, fun, children's series we'll follow the adventures of the mischievous Donioli brothers, Luigi and Louie and their young niece, Liwsi. In this programme, Gwyneth Davies calls on the Doniolis to complete some work on the farm, but the brothers have no idea where to begin.
Ant and Fontaine are sure they can control some young fans visiting the Aronnax. But when they have to rescue a whale calf, success depends on them and all the hyperactive kids working well together. What could go wrong?
Iolo Williams continues his exploration of some of the world's northernmost reaches - a wilderness with spectacular wildlife. It's mating season on the Arctic Tundra and in this deadly frozen landscape a stunning cast of animals, including bears, wolves and musk oxen, clash in a life and death battle against the elements and against each other in the never-ending fight for survival. First shown in 2015.
A unique look at the work of the Wales Air Ambulance. Today, the crew deals with a biker after an accident with a car in Betws y Coed and we hear how one young man is rebuilding his life after a collision with a van left him with horrific injuries.
Huw Edwards charts five centuries of the history of the Welsh in London. In the second episode the world of trade comes under scrutiny: from the time of the Drovers and the Garden Girls to the hundreds of Welsh dairies that sprang up across the city. Alongside the growth in trade came the growth of the Welsh chapels across London, both as cultural and spiritual centres.
Dr Barry Morgan, former Archbishop of Wales, follows in the footsteps of Gerald of Wales, who in the 12th century travelled to Rome in his bid to become the first Archbishop of Wales. In this episode, Dr Morgan travels from Calais to the Great St Bernard Pass in Switzerland.
This time we will be looking at a scheme worth #1,000 to improve red meat businesses; and the challenges over a year which have forced a farmer from the Hermon area to finish milking. With an increase in rural crime, we look at how two police authorities are getting together to tackle thieves; and we also look at sheep selling for thousands of thousands in auctions!
Former Royal Marine, Captain Owen Davis, goes on a journey to find out more about some of the 17 Welshmen awarded a Victoria Cross during the First World War. As well as the sailor from Anglesey who was part of the Royal Navy's secretive campaign against the German U-Boats, Owen learns about the world's first fighter pilot from Caernarfon. As the Welsh Guards celebrate their centenary he hears about the coalminer who joined the fledgling regiment to fight in the trenches of France and Flanders.
Flowers, veg and all life's good stuff, with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym. Iwan visits Craflwyn Estate near Beddgelert to control an invasive and aggressive plant. Sioned will be showing us how household plants can purify the air around us, and Meinir will be showing a family in Rhostrehwfa how to lay a lawn.
We discover more about the first Mizo language dictionary and native Mizo necklaces, whose owner is Former Reverend Aneurin Owen, born to parents who were missionaries at Mizoram. We also meet enthusiastic antique collector Blodwen, who doesn't like her Charlotte Rhead plate and hopes she will discover it's of great financial value. But will she have furniture of greater value hiding in the house?
Mared Jarman is very artistic and has produced stunning work. But Mared has severe impaired vision. As a child, she was diagnosed with Stargardt Disease. This programme follows 18 year old Mared as she leaves the family home and starts living an independent life. She's determined to live life to the full. We'll hear her family's thoughts and feelings and see Mared in the recording studio with her sisters and father, Geraint Jarman. First shown in 2013.
Joni Jones was one of the flagship productions of S4C when it launched in 1982, telling the story of a young boy growing up in Pen Llyn during the Second World War. But nearly thirty years later what has become of Joni and the other young actors who starred in the series?
Weekend news and sport.
Live coverage of the 2018/2019 Principality Premiership game between Pontypridd and Ebbw Vale, from Sardis Road. English soundtrack available. Kick off 5.15.
Live coverage of the JD Welsh Premier League football match between The New Saints and Connah's Quay, from Park Hall. It's the Saints who have ruled in recent years but Connah's Quay is a huge threat this season. After winning the last match between the two clubs, the Nomads hope to repeat the feat at the champions' stomping ground. Join the Sgorio crew to witness changes on the horizon in the League. English soundtrack available. Kick off 7.45.
2018 was the Year of Wales in Lorient - a fantastic celebration of Wales' place in the Celtic World. This first programme within two half-hour music specials brings you exclusive performances from across the festival, in full. Along with a wealth of some of the best Welsh artists, the programmes will also feature performances from across the Celtic world. A musical treat all round!
A lively and varied compilation of comedy and music from 2001 featuring Glan Davies, Hywel Gwynfryn, Dai Jones and the well-known linesman from Bryn Coch, Wali Tomos (Mei Jones) Tonight's programme will also include musical items by Pentatonic and Delwyn Sion.
The cameras have been eavesdropping at Llanharan, Caernarfon, Bangor and Llanybydder, and the stylists Alun, Jason, Colin, Carys, Cara, Catrin and Rhian will be listening and advising the customers at the salon, barbershop and nail bar. Will there be familiar faces in the chair this week? The salon is not just for hairdressing! This is the modern confessional box, where customers share all sorts of secrets!
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