Weekend programmes for youngsters: Heini, Guto Gwningen, Octonots, Peppa, Blero yn Mynd i Ocido, Halibalw, Cacamwnci, Igam Ogam, Da 'Di Dona, Ahoi!
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini visits a Soft Play Centre.
Guto and his friends venture to Owl Island to find the mysterious "Hen Rwdlyn" mentioned in Guto's father's journal.
A storm washes Pegwn onto a mysterious, rocky island where he meets a band of lobster-like insects. But he and the Octonauts must catch a baby tree lobster that ended up in the Octopod and bring him back to the remote island.
Peppa and her family are going to the school fair and the main raffle prize is a balloon ride.
Blero and his friends enter a race in Ocido and the various vehicles speed off. But who has the power to win the mystery prize?
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
This week Loti Borloti visits Beti who's sad after falling out with her best friend Ani because they both wanted to sing the same song in a competition at school. Loti helps Beti to write a song about her friendship with Ani and they make her a special jewellery box as a gift. At the end of the programme Beti and Ani are friends once again.
Igam Ogam can't sleep so neither can anyone else.
Dona goes to work at a primary school with Mrs Evans.
Today, pirates from Nant Caerau School join Ben Dant and Cadi to challenge the smelly Capten Cnec.
Great programmes for the weekend: Y Brodyr Adrenalini, Y Dyfnfor, Kung Fu Panda, Ci Da, Chwarter Call, CIC, Pat a Stan, Gwboi a Twm Twm.
Animated mayhem with the amazing Adrenalini brothers from Rend?osia. Xan, Adi and Enk who attempt the most incredible stunts.
Devil Daniels - Monster Hunter thinks he's hunting a siren - a mythical creature whose song lures sailors to their doom. The Nektons discover it's actually a rare whale with
When two Croc Bandits have a spat in front of Po and Mr Ping, no one is content, so Po tries his best to get things back to normal.
Dafydd and Neli meet a family from Bala who train sheepdogs, Neli has a night's stay at a luxury hotel for dogs, Harri and Taylor review gadgets for dogs and Neli has an obedience lesson.
Join Mari, Tudur, Hanna and Jack in the comedy series Chwarter Call. Plenty of fun and laughter with 'Teulu'r Windicnecs', 'Y Ditectif' and 'Pop Ffactor'.
This time, Owain and Heledd get a goalkeeping lesson from Wales's Owain Fon Williams; we take a look at the Parlaympic sport, Goalball, and Pwllheli FC face the kicking challenge.
Pat and Stan - two fun-loving mates who manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures!
Leni and Gwg try to get their hands on the cup which is never empty.
101 year old entrepreneur Hugh Lloyd Jones will tell his story. Hugh is a former Mayor of Aberconwy. He says that everything he touched turned to gold. Hugh switched on the mains switch which gave the town of Llanfairfechan electricity for the first time. We will also hear his incredible story and the part he played in the D-Day Landings. First shown in 2015.
Whether they come here on holiday or to live, the English make a lifestyle choice when they come to Wales. But, living in a Welsh-speaking area mean subscribing to a way-of-life where the community comes first. What does the future hold for the Welsh countryside? Is its fate to privilege individual choice over and above communal support and action?
Today's episode features Dr Tomos, who was previously a guitarist in a famous Welsh rock band. Now training to be a GP, he finds himself confronted by a case of suspected meningitis.
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.
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The crew will be looking at the significance of Michael Gove's announcement for farming in Wales and visiting the Oxford Farming Conference. Aled will be finding out how an old craft is helping a good cause in the Pandy Tudur area.
This time, James Lusted talks to Deio Brunelli and Troy Maclean about the role of sport at Ysgol Hafod Lon, Penrhyndeudraeth, and meets a young sprinter from Cardiff, Tomi Roberts-Jones. Brian Roberts from Tanygrisiau will also be travelling at speed - not in his wheelchair, but in his racing car and he'll tell us how he broke a world record on a four wheeled bike.
In this remarkable series, Iolo Williams goes on a journey of discovery to find out about the health of the Great Barrier Reef in Northern Australia. In this third episode he'll travel to Lizard Island where he will dive with sharks, before travelling to Magnetic Island where he'll meet wild koalas who have made the military forts on the island their home. He'll dive one of the largest coral structures in the world - the Monolith, before meeting a descendant from the local Islander tribes of Ab
Documentary about a young mother and her baby who is deaf.
'National Hunt' race horses star in the final programme of the series looking at horses in modern day Wales. Presenters Brychan Llyr and David Oliver meet Janet Davies and her horses in the Vale of Glamorgan. Brychan sees how her horses are trained at the stables of renowned trainer Evan Williams and David visits the new foals. We see the horses compete on race day and we find out what it feels like for Janet to see her horses win or lose.
In the final programme, Jude whisks us away to the sun again, to her second home in Marrakech, Morocco; Villa June. She is very comfortable with the North African culture and takes us to the souks to barter for bargains, and to traditional night clubs to dance. At the end of the holiday, she prepares for a photo shoot for OK! magazine. The pictures are great and the headline gets lots of attention - 'I'm hopeful that I will get married again - I love being a wife!'
Weekend news and sport.
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It may still be very early in the year but it's time for the first final of 2018 as Dylan Ebenezer, Nicky John and the red-button boys get ready for the Nathaniel MG Cup Final between Cardiff Met and The New Saints at Park Avenue in Aberystwyth (Kick-off, 5.15). Christian Edwards' students will be looking to create history as they line up for their first-ever final. However, they face a huge task as they meet the holders who are eyeing their tenth League Cup success, fourth in succession, but cr
Bethan Gwanas presents an evening brimming with laughter and music at the Bryn Terfel Theatre in Pontio, Bangor. Featuring Elfed Morgan Morris, The Welsh Whisperer, Cordia, Deiniolen Silver Band Ensemble, Cor Dre, Glesni Fflur and Gethin Fon, Eve Goodman and Gwilym.
Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford lend a helping hand to the family and friends of Rhys and Sophie who are organising their wedding in Deiniolen. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark about the arrangements and the crew have to organise the big day in just a few weeks and on a budget of #5,000.
It's the official opening of Elfed and Oksana's Deli and the villagers come together to support the new venture. Mr Jarman takes advantage of the occasion to complain that Myfanwy is helping Gethin settle back into the community but it's Llinor who appears to be most upset by Gethin's appearance as the memories of Sioned Trefor's mysterious death come flooding back. While Eurig is still seriously ill in hospital Terwyn arranges his first funeral but his lack of experience brings more worries f
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Tonight, Swansea born comic Dan Thomas regales us with family stories and tales of unexpected connections with the Free Wales Army in a show recorded at the Richard Burton Theatre in Cardiff.