Programmes for youngsters: Hafod Haul, Twt, Dwylo'r Enfys, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Boj, Digbi Draig, Gwdihw, Nico Nog, Meic y Marchog, Patrol Pawennau, Jen a Jim a'r Cywiadur.
Heti accidentally falls down the side of the ditch while collecting blackberries. Will Jaff and Pedol manage to rescue her?
The Admiral has been in touch to let everyone know he's coming to visit the habour. T?t tries to do all the jobs for the Admiral's visit himself but realises he needs to ask for help to get everything done.
Heulwen finds Heti walking the dog on the beach. There are so many fun things to see at the seaside - from shells to driftwood! Looking up, the girls see a brilliant castle. What a brilliant place for a fun day!
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa make an elephant box for Twm. They also visit the children at Ysgol O.M.Edwards and create cardboard animals.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Daniel and Carwyn both want Boj to play with them and not the other. When Boj finds Mr Clipaclop stuck in his boat on the pond, his boj-a-boom idea not only rescues Mr Clipaclop with the aid of Carwyn's helicopter and Daneil's tractor toys, it also creates a game they can all play together!
On a wet summer's morning, three snails try to make themselves at home at Grumpy's. He's not at all pleased, and tries to shoo them away.
Today we'll see a bearded dragon, some cows, sheep, cats and flamingos!
Dad teaches Megan how to take photographs with his mobile phone and Megan tries to take photos of the beautiful scenery. Unfortunately, her assistant succeeds in appearing in every photograph!
Meic is so keen to show off his tracking skills that he rushes ahead impetuously and, scoffing at the trail Sbarcyn thinks he's found, gets everyone lost! He has to learn that a big part of tracking is being slow and careful!
According to Dad's screams, there is a mouse in the house! Deian and Loli try to warn the mouse that it isn't safe for her to stay but where else can she go?
Mr Parri's van slides onto the frozen bay during a delivery! It is up to the PAW Patrol to save the van and the new pup food inside of it.
It's Plwmp's birthday today. He has received an unusual gift, a key! To find the present, the crew have to discover what the key opens first.
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 highlights from the Milltir? series.
Carys leaves Tom with Barry as she has to go and meet a client. But, unbeknown to Carys, Barry is also busy and passes the responsibility on to another member of the family. Robbie is still in the dog house with Lowri and tries his best to seek forgiveness from his mother with a little help from Ken. Rhys receives some information for Sian, but how will John feel when he gets the details second-hand?
Everyone is worried following the accident and they eagerly await news of Tom and whether the doctors can wake him. Mathew decides to make an excuse so that he doesn't have to go shopping with Sophie and the children to Llandudno, but his little white lie is sure to catch up with him soon. As a problem rises for Meical and Michelle, they may be lucky enough to find a solution just around the corner.
Mike Parker author of the Rough Guide to Wales explains how Thomas Johnes, Hafod, created a visual trick in the landscape at Cwmystwyth. First shown in 2012.
As Cerys continues her journey looking into the origins of Welsh songs, she discovers some interesting facts about our most famous hymn, Cwm Rhondda, and how it saved the day at the 1928 Treorchy National Eisteddfod. We also learn about the establishment of the Welsh Folk Song Society, as Cerys looks into the origins and importance of the folk song, Tra Bo Dau.
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We visit Gwent this week as the Dragons entertain The Blues North in the Welsh U18s Regional Competition. The Dragons have made a strong start to their season, and will be hoping to continue their impressive run at Ystrad Mynach. Former Dragons scrum half Wayne Evans joins Lowri Wynn and Rhys ap William for this encounter.
This week, Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford lend a helping hand to the friends and family of Trystan and Jasmine who are organising their wedding in the Vale of Glamorgan. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark about the arrangements and the crew have to organise the big day in a few weeks and on a budget of #5,000!
As we join the workers at freight company Mansel Davies & Son this week, it's Christmas Day. But although people around Wales are celebrating this special occasion, the lorries are still busy with the farm collections and milk delivery. We also meet the Davies family and see Kaye celebrating his 80th birthday.
In this programme from 2012, chef Bryn Williams competes in a mackerel fishing competition. He will then prepare three mackerel recipes in the kitchen - marinated mackerel, mackerel pate and a dish which combines mackerel with chorizo and broad beans.
Jon Gower traces the story of the castle - here in Wales and across Europe. How do you defend a castle? Throughout its history, the castle's architects worked tirelessly to ensure it was strong enough to withstand the fiercest attack.
This time the Arctic Circle awaits Lowri. Over eight days, she will have to race in the windiest, toughest foot race on Earth - 350 self-sufficient miles through Yukon up to the banks of the Arctic Ocean. The 2nd programme sees Lowri training 110 miles per week. She trains in an industrial freezer and discusses with ex Royal Marine and Paramedic, Eurwyn Davies, the physical dangers she will face. Lowri also visits North Sweden for important lessons in 'survival' with the Special Forces. First sh
In the third programme, we'll see Lowri's emotional journey as she attempts to complete 100 miles non-stop. Her last minute preparations are fuelled by nerves and she seeks support from her friend, sport psychologist Ross Hall. The programme will also follow Lowri as she travels the 12 hour journey from Whitehorse to the race start in Eagle Plains, Yukon. First shown in 2011.
Omnibus edition looking back at events in the fictional village of Cwmderi over the past week. With on-screen English subtitles.
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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 artist Cefyn Burgess.
Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Sion Tomos Owen visit Merthyr Tydfil to seek out the town's more interesting and hidden tales. From the wealth and splendour of the old ironmasters and the town's industrial past to the working class revolutionaries of the Merthyr Rising, the town has an historic past and an exciting future ahead. As well as learning about the world's first steam train journey we visit Dowlais Boxing Club to hear about the town's boxing heroes and get an alternative view of musici
Broadcaster Beti George lost her partner, David Parry-Jones, last year. After David was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2009 Beti became his carer. Despite his death, Beti is determined to continue her battle to improve the lives of those living with dementia. Many carers turn to Beti with their concerns and at the National Eisteddfod in Anglesey she met families to find out how their lives could be improved. Beti then presented her findings to politicians at the National Assembly. The pro
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.
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