Hafod Haul, Twt, Dwylo'r Enfys, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Boj, Digbi Draig, Gwdihw, Nico Nog, Meic y Marchog, Deian a Loli a'r Parti Pen-blwydd, Patrol Pawennau, Jen a Jim a'r Cywiadur.
Jaff accidentally gets locked In the back of Ifan Pencwm's van. Will he manage to find his way home to Heti and Hafod Haul?
The Harbour Master is teaching T?t about the stars and learns he could use the stars to help find his way at night. HP challenges T?t to an orienteering-by-night competition, HP with his computer and T?t with the stars.
Jake's always happy when he's on his bike. Because it's his birthday, Heulwen joins Jake and his sister Molly to make a special cake. That's after they've been for a great bike ride. What fun!
In this programme Twm and Lisa make a monster tissue box for Twm. They also visit the children at Ysgol Bro Sion Cwilt.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Mia shows Boj her new pet - a ladybird in a box - but it flies away. They find the little bug in Mr Clipaclop's rose garden but he explains they need to let it fly free. Boj has a boj-a-boom idea how Mia can still see her pet and set it free!
When Betsi tries to water her thirsty apple tree, the raincloud she creates succeeds in trapping her, Digbi and Cochyn high up in the sky.
Today we'll be following the lambing season and finding out how little fish called Garra Rufa can help keep our feet clean!
Morgan and Megan keep their pocket money in their piggy bank and today they're going to spend some of it on the sweet boat next door. Nico, of course, has a say in what they're buying so that he may enjoy some of the delicacies!
Meic and Efa battle to win a knightly favour. But, trying to outdo each other doing good deeds for the blacksmith, they just ruin things for him! It turns out that working together is a much better way to win a queen's favour.
It's a busy morning at Deian and Loli's house, and the sour milk is a disaster! There's no sign of a fresh bottle by the doorstep, so Deian and Loli go on an adventure to look for the Milk Float.
Fflamia is training for the fastest firepup race and Gwil decides to get the other pups to help motivate him through the actual time trial. Will Fflamia be able to become the fastest firepup in the world?
There's a strange noise coming from the roof of Cyw's house and the crew are convinced there's a ghost in the roof. Can Jen and Jim discover what is actually making the noise?
If you're celebrating your birthday, perhaps you'll see your photo on today's Cyw!
Entertaining and educational animated series for nursery school children.
Items from Heno and Prynhawn Da of interest to Welsh learners.
Eleri Sion presents the quiz show 'Llyncu Geiriau', where two teams of Welsh learners compete against each other to remember, translate and create as many words as possible. To follow, there's a chance to see highlightsfrom the Milltir? series.
Barry and Carys sort things out following a row about how much time Llio spends at their house. And as soon as Rhys has changed two tyres on Barry's car, he promises to take Carys and Tom out for the day. While a few people are looking forward to having some down time, Wyn is far from relaxed as he tries his best to look after his business ventures and Siwan. Barry and Carys take one step forward but unfortunately move two large steps back.
Wyn is confident that today is going to be a better day than yesterday, but looking back it's difficult to imagine it being any worse. Barry is determined to find out where the money he kept hidden in the kitchen drawer has gone. Carys isn't impressed that he suspects Llio and she suggests Barry looks closer to home to find the thief. Arthur is the next person on Barry's list of suspects, but he is totally adamant he knows nothing.
Mair Tomos Ifans performs her work for children in schools and festivals in Wales. In this short film from 2012, she talks about her work and tells one of her tales - Y Dyfrgi Coch - (The Red Otter).
Cerys Matthews continues her journey tracing the history of songs which have Welsh origins or some connection with the Land of Song. This time she discovers the history behind the old-favourite, 'All Through the Night' or 'Ar Hyd y Nos'. She then moves onto the story behind the song 'Pererin Wyf,' or 'Amazing Grace', which was made famous in Wales in the 1970s by the singer, Iris Williams. She explains the origins of the original words and its connections to slavery and civil unrest in America.
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Rygbi Pawb returns with all the action from the Under 18s Welsh Regional Competition. It's the Blues' derby this week. The region's team from the North faces their team from the South in a tasty encounter at Sardis Road, Pontypridd.
Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford lend a helping hand to family and friends responsible for organising a wedding in Chwilog for Gareth and Emma. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark about the arrangements and the crew have to organise the big day in just few weeks and on a budget of #5,000!
A series following freight company Mansel Davies & Son. We go behind the scenes at one of Wales' most successful companies. The family-owned company is located in Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire, in the heart of rural Wales and has ensured that goods reach their destination for over a hundred years. In the first episode we meet the family, trace their history and get out on the road with one of the characters - milk lorry driver Dai Hands. Plus a prank is played in the office - but who's responsible?
Jon Gower traces the history of the Castle - here in Wales and across Europe. How were these huge, impregnable fortresses constructed centuries ago, without the aid of modern technology? It's a thrilling story - and Wales plays a central part.
Eighteen months after finishing the Jungle Marathon in the heart of the Amazonian jungle in Brazil, Lowri Morgan has accepted another extreme challenge. Once again, she will push her body and mind to its limits. This time the Arctic Circle awaits her. First shown in 2011.
In this episode Beti George visits three places that have played an important part in her life. They are the Greek island of Samos, Coed y Bryn near Llangrannog and Nant y Moel, near Bridgend. Beti George will present a personal account of her experiences of Alzheimer's and her campaign to improve services for people living with the disease and their families on S4C on Tuesday night.
Daloni is in Llyndy Isaf talking to scholarship holder Teleri Fielden about her first three months on the farm. Alun visits Aberystwyth University to find out more about their degree in Agriculture and Meinir visits members of the Welsh Sheepdog Society which is celebrating 20 years of protecting this special breed.
Omnibus edition looking back at events in the fictional village of Cwmderi over the past week. With on-screen English subtitles.
Weekend news and sport.
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Join Nia Parry as she gives us an insight into the lives and homes of some of Wales's familiar faces. Every home is different and often reflects the character of the person who lives there. This week we'll be visiting the home of musician and actress Sian James.
Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Sion Tomos Owen visit Bro Emlyn seeking out the area's lesser known tales. From fire breathing dragons and bloody battles to traditional industries and crafts, the area has a wealth of stories. As well as taking part in Cenarth's annual coracle race, they find out who, or what, the Wiber was and are privileged visitors to a very special church on the site of the old Prisoner of War Camp in Henllan.
Lowri Driscoll, a local nurse, catches the eye of Dylan Harris. Cadi and Vaughan learn more about the tough life that Mali led when they go and visit her school friend, Sara Dean. Unwelcome visitors descend on Dylan and Iona Harris' house when they call to enquire if any of the residents noticed anything unusual the night before the discovery of Mali's body.
Sixty three year old grandmother, Nia Ceidiog embarks on a year long journey which will take her to the bright lights of a major bodybuilding competition. She's relatively fit but will she overcome the trials and the barriers along the way? Will a dairy-free, non meat eater be able to grow enough muscle? As a yoga teacher, will the lifestyle changes needed sit comfortably? Will she get close to that stage and take the huge step onto it - in a crystal encrusted bikini?
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A new series following the life on one of the busiest children's wards in North Wales. For two months, 24/7, cameras followed the staff and patients of Ward Dewi in Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor. Today, we hear the story of premature twins, born two weeks early, and a little boy who gets rushed off to Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool.
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