Fun-filled programmes for younger viewers.
Igam Ogam thinks that saying 'Sorry' means she can do whatever she likes and not get into trouble.
When Sara and Jâms realise Bronwen is about to welcome the millionth customer to the cafe, they think of ways to celebrate the occasion.
Blero accidentally drops his jam sandwich, but why does it fall down and not up? He goes to Ocido and rockets up to the moon to find out why.
Jen a Jim Pob Dim is a maths series that takes full advantage of S4C's popular 'Cyw ' characters to introduce Foundation Phase maths to young children. The 'learning' will be blended into humorous, highly visual stories, so that our viewers learn alongside our characters as they go on adventures to space, under sea, the jungle, farm, garden and the beach. Every new location offers an opportunity for a great story and excellent learning experiences. Today, Jen wants to play 'nurse' and the opportunity arises when they hear that one of their jungle friends is ill. Who is it and how will they find the poorly creature?
Meripwsan learns that patience is a virtue.
Children are the bosses in this fun series. Today Laura is camping in her tent.
Wibli is in the deepest jungle searching for a very special creature - one that very few people have ever seen. It is known as the Dwmbwn Porchwl.
Menna wants to take Nico for a walk to visit two handsome swans but Nico is not too keen. Despite their beauty, will they be well behaved and innocent?!
Boj and Mia are invited round to Rwpa's for pizza. But Mia is worried - she can't eat food where everything is mixed up like on the top of pizzas. Boj is the opposite; he loves Mimi's special smoothies straight from the blender. Maybe with a little help from Mimi's mix-it-up song Boj can help Mia enjoy dinner?
Barti Felyn and Ianto the cat-pirate are telling the story of Brave Barti's adventures on the high seas! Unfortunately, while the story is being told Barti's valuable sea-chest disappears from under their noses! This is quite a mystery for Prys and Ceri, the two detectives!
Tessie wants to beat Mr Wobbly Man in the Cakey Bake competition.
Fun-filled programmes to entertain younger viewers.
Twmffi wants a biscuit, even though he knows biscuits aren't really breakfast food. But when he decides to secretly sneak one out of the jar he ends up making a terrible mess. Maybe no one will notice if he pretends it wasn't him. But then Arthur gets the blame and Twmffi knows he must find a way to make things right.
Elen lives in West Wales, near Cross Hands but was born in Surrey, where her great friend Holly still lives. They keep in touch, on Skype usually, but an invitation comes for Elen to spend the Easter weekend with Holly and this will be her Big Day - her very first sleepover.
Animation for young children.
Nain has made pots. Lots of pots. Boris decides that her favourite pot would make the perfect container for his fruity furballs which he'd like to hide from everyone else. But Boris inadvertently gets caught up in pot decorating, pot delivering and finally he's left with no fruity furballs and no pot after a day of artistic endeavour.
After racing their go-carts in the garden, Ela, Hari and Seren play the word game with Ben. But who will be chosen to go in search for today's word?
Cartoon series for young children about a family of lively elephants.
Walis, Wmff's friend, goes everywhere at full speed. He must be taught to slow down - before an accident happens!
Bobi Jac and Nibbles the Rabbit go on a surprising farm adventure.
Patsy the pig is a very untidy pig and her friends keep falling over her things and hurting themselves. Beti is also very untidy in the office and Owen, the owl, is spending time helping her sort out her files, while Francis is helping Patsy sort out her locker.
Heulwen has landed in Llansannan today, and she's looking for a friend called Grace. As she finds Grace in Ysgol Bro Aled, they soon discover that a very special some one is celebrating their birthday, so they quickly get started on the party preparations.
Fun-filled programmes for younger viewers.
All the children are fed up with Patsy because she is so untidy and keeps leaving her things in everybody's way but she can't understand why nobody likes her anymore. Betty in the office is also disorganised and Owen helps her to file everything away while Francis helps Patsy to keep everything in her locker.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini is exercising on a building site.
Sbonc has a new toy bone that squeaks, but this soon causes a problem.
An arts series for pre-school children in the company of the colourful character Twm Tisian and his friend Lisa.
It's sports week on Ti Fi a Cyw. Will Morus be better than Robin at playing rugby?
When a band of desperate mice mistake Benja for a hero, they enlist him to retrieve their stolen peas. And Benja gets more than he bargained for.
Boris flatly refuses to let Bw-Bach look after Chihua Ha Ha for the day. He is not keen on Chihua Ha Ha especially when the dog sniffs out Boris's hidden stache of fruity furballs. Boris decides to get his own back on Chihua and prove that he isn't the smartest dog in Hairyland. But Chihua sniffs out his plan by following his nose. Because Chihua is a whole lot smarter than Boris Boo Hoo, that's for sure.
Carlo wants to sing a song in the circus, but he can't sing in time or in tune. Could Enfys, with a feather duster, be of some help to poor Carlo?
It's Sports Day and although Boj has never competed in anything like this before he accidently wins all the medals. With only the parents' race left, can Boj think of a boj-a-boom idea that will help his buddies to win a medal each?
Bing plays with a new orange balloon but when he bounces on it too enthusiastically, it pops. Bing is sad to lose his new toy but Flop helps him put the balloon fragments in the Bye Bye Box.
Huw Edwards charts the astonishing changes which created modern Wales. Since the Second World War, the country has changed more rapidly than ever. Yet, somehow, in a world of international trade and global communications, our sense of ourselves as a nation has survived and strengthened. In this final episode, Huw traces the story of his own family through the last 70 years. They were among tens of thousands who migrated from rural Wales to the industrial Valleys. Now, as they move home again, and change the kind of work they do, they witness at first hand the events which have shaped the nation and created our modern Wales.
A selection of children's programmes to keep younger viewers entertained: Ty Mêl, , Holi Hana, Heini, Guto Gwningen, Hendre Hurt.
Sionyn makes Morgan giggle in the classroom and Miss Goch Gota is not very happy.
Elen's problem is that she keeps losing her way - even around the school! Hana can help solve her problem.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini is outside looking at nature.
When Guto accidentally destroys the Squirrels' store of nuts with one of Mr Sboncen's misfiring inventions, he sets off with his friends to perilous Owl Island to replace them!
A programme for young people which imagines what farm animals get up to when we turn our backs!
Tune in to see old favourites and exciting new series for youngsters all over Wales.
A series where four young people travel to Uganda in Africa to work on charity projects, under Arwel Phillips' leadership. Will the new library be finished and will it impress the pupils? After three weeks of hard work, how will they feel about leaving Uganda, and has the whole experience changed their perspective on the world? Last in series.
Igion thinks he can put Twllddant in touch with his long lost family - but is it all a cunning plan by Alwyn?
Cartoon following Angelo, a 12 year-old boy, hoping to take control of his life, with the help of his friends.
Beti George shares highlights from the BBC Wales archives - films that document the end of the traditional Welsh way of life and the birth of a new Wales. Our grandparents didn't live to eat, they ate to live. But simple home-made fare rapidly lost ground to supermarket shopping, microwave cooking and the magnificent choice from across the globe.
Highlights of the grass-racing season in Wales hosted from Tregaron Races. Ifan Jones Evans presents the best of the action from Welsh Classic Saturday, including a comprehensive review of the season with both BHRC and Wales & Borders racing clubs.
In the final episode of the series, Iolo Williams joins Moc Morgan to talk about wildlife and how to preserve it. The two men have been friends for many years and both have presented many nature programmes on television. They take us to three of their favourite locations - Ynys-hir, Dinefwr Park and the banks of the River Towy.
The Gobi - a desert of extremes; boiling in the summer and freezing in the winter. Join Ffion Dafis as she travels to Asia's largest desert and meets the inhabitants of the Gobi who brave extreme elements on a daily basis. This is a desert on the verge of a significant turning point in its history where the effects of industry can be see on the land and are changing the old nomadic way of life forever.