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?
It's Gwil's birthday and there's a mysterious trail of clues to follow.
It is sunny but Blero wants to chill out in the snow so he is lucky when the snowflakes come out to play!
Macsen has a problem with his Maths homework, and needs Loti Borloti's help. She has different ideas that could help him add and subtract, which include making tasty little chocolate balls! By doing these excercises Macsen realises he can solve the Maths problems and enjoy the task.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
When all the Gups go out of control, Barnacles and Kwazii leap onto the backs of speedy Sailfish to round them up.
Today TiPiNi arrives inLlanelli and with new friends from Ysgol Dewi Sant, Kizzy and Kai visit Parc Y Scarlets rugby ground and hear about the town's old name!
Today is Daddy Pig's Birthday, but he has to go to work. While he is in work Mummy Pig, Peppa and George prepare a special birthday surprise for him.
The Llan-ar-goll-en folk are preparing for a pirate-themed tea party! But the cake has disappeared! Perhaps Prys ar Frys and Ceri the detective dog can solve the mystery.
Great programmes for the weekend: Angelo am Byth, Ben 10, Ysgol Jac, Y Gemau Gwyllt, Bernard, Hendre Hurt, Sinema'r Byd: Y Botel Ryfedd.
Cartoon following Angelo, a 12 year-old boy, hoping to take control of his life, with the help of his friends.
A gang in helmets are busy looting the town when Macs is injured badly and Ben, as Talhaearn, hurriedly takes his grandfather to hospital. But will Macs get better?
Joining Jac Russell and Ifan today are youngsters from Ysgol Teilo Sant, Llandeilo and Ysgol Nantgaredig, Carmarthen.
This week, contestants from the South West face an archery competition and a coasteering challenge.
With the Olympic Games set to start, Bernard visits the Stadium where he will have a problem or two trying to get in.
A programme for young people which imagines what farm animals get up to when we turn our backs!
Short film from Serbia about a brother and sister who come across a bottle on the banks of a lake. A message on the bottle states that whoever drinks the potion inside will have whatever knowledge they wish for.
A series following teachers, pupils and parents at Ysgol Maes Garmon, Mold. Maes Garmon is the only Welsh medium secondary school in Flintshire. 85% of the pupils come from non-Welsh speaking families. Trying to promote and maintain language use is therefore a constant challenge. In this programme, we'll hear about the immersion course for young learners and the community project following the language's journey over the past 100 years.
Christmas is fast approaching and at Ysgol Maes Garmon, Mold, the final week of term is a busy one, packed with rehearsals for the Christmas Service. The community party also needs organising and the kitchen staff have to prepare for the school's Christmas dinner.
Actress Ffion Dafis takes us on a journey to her three chosen locations in the last in the series. She returns to Dolwyddelan in North Wales to revisit her childhood home. We go walking along the banks of the Menai Straits, before travelling along her third choice, the A470 between North and South Wales.
How do you protect one of the world's great mountain landscapes? BBC News correspondent Siân Lloyd meets the people of the Rocky Mountains, just as the wild bison arrives back in the mountains for the first time in 140 years, in the most spectacular fashion.
Intrepid sailors Dilwyn Morgan and John Pierce Jones continue their journey along the coast of Brittany to Benodet (Benoded) where they visit a traditional Breton market and John tries to make crêpes. They take a tourist boat to Quimper (Kemper) to visit the famous Cathedral and learn about its history before heading to Concarneau (Konk Kerne).
In the final programme until mid-August, Daloni asks whether Brexit offers opportunities to Welsh food companies. And Meinir is in a shearing exhibition which marks a special milestone for the Llanwenog Young Farmers' Club.
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Today, in the final programme until September, Sioned looks back on a visit she made to a Mold garden during April. The brief was to bring some much needed colour to the place in anticipation of a garden party the owner had planned for early July. Have Sioned's preparations been successful? Back at Pont-y-Twr, Meinir joins her for a spot of gardening and Iwan knocks up a tasty meal to celebrate the beginning of the summer holidays
Following their success in winning S4C's choral competition, Côr Cymru, in April, Côr Merched Sir Gâr will represent Wales in Riga in the Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017 competition. This is the inaugural competition and there's great excitement among the choir members as they prepare to perform in front of a live audience of 8,000 and thousands more across Europe on TV. The girls in the choir come from 7 different schools in Carmarthenshire and during the programme we'll meet the choir members and their conductor Islwyn Evans as they rehearse and prepare for the journey to Riga.
In today's programme, Ifan Jones Evans welcomes 'Moch Môn' and 'Harper Cymru' back to the farm. The two teams will have to hook ducks, catch chickens and create a calf feeder in a series of fun and exciting tasks to test their farming skills. The teams are competing for a place in the semi-finals!
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Tonight will be a memorable experience for Côr Merched Sir Gâr and their conductor Islwyn Evans as they represent Wales in the first-ever Eurovision Choir of the Year competition in Riga. Nine choirs from across Europe will compete for this prestigious title in front of a live audience of 8,000 at the Arena Riga. Trystan Ellis-Morris joins the girls in Latvia as they prepare for the competition and Morgan Jones and Elin Manahan Thomas will host the live final on S4C.
Wil Tân joins Rhys Meirion this week to discuss music and the people and places which have influenced him. We travel over 200 miles from Anglesey to Ireland to visit locations which have had a big influence on his musical life. There's also a chance to hear the two singers performing together to create unique duets of some well-known songs.
This year's Tour winner will be decided following a time trial on stage 20. Highlights of the action as the riders travel just 22.5km along the streets of Marseilles, starting and finishing in the Orange Velodrome.
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