Programmes for children: Jen a Jim a'r Cywiadur, Blero yn Mynd i Ocido, Boj, Peppa, Llan-ar-goll-en, Meripwsan, Y Diwrnod Mawr, Sam Tan, Patrol Pawennau, Asra.
Today, Jen and Jim are going on a trip to the North Pole to look for Jangl's hat, handkerchief and a missing sock. They are both looking forward to spending time in the snow!
Talfryn's giant sneezes go a long way so Blero and his friends must help to wash Ocido clean of all the bad germs flying around.
Boj, Mimsi and Tada are excited to get an invitation to join the Wffs for a family picnic. But they get the wrong idea and think a picnic involves taking everything from 'inside outside', not just the food. When rain forces them to take everything back in, Boj has an idea for an 'outside inside' picnic.
Peppa and her family visit Dinas y Tatws, a new park with a vegetable theme.
Beti Becws is preparing her world famous cheese, the 'awful smelling' cheese, and as the name suggests the cheese smells awful. But the bad smell isn't enough to deter the thieves and in the blink of an eye someone has stolen it - but who?
Meripwsan is going for a walk but loses the map and the compass. Luckily he finds some colourful footprints and follows them home.
Lucy and her family live in Mid Wales in Montgomeryshire. On the farm they keep a special breed of sheep - Jacob sheep. Lucy is a willing helper in the laborious task of preparing Jacob sheep skins, and with the rugs finished, she meets shop owner Daloni Metcalf to see if she would be willing to sell the rugs in her shop.
Bronwen, Siarlys and Ben get into trouble while going out to sea to search for whales. They're going to need some help from Sam to get them back to dry land safely!
A group of upset kittens make a mess in Adventure Bay. Pups to the rescue.
Children from Ysgol y Garnedd, Bangor visit Asra this week.
Live show with fun, games and guests! Plus, SpynjBob Pantsgwar, Mwydro, Larfa, Crwbanod Ninja.
The jellyfish migration is SbynjBob's and Padrig's favourite time of the year and they love to fish with their nets. But what has happened to SbynjBob's net? Has the magic net been stolen?
Ten minutes, one list and much mulling things over! Young people discuss lists of all sorts, this week concentrating on special powers.
Red, Yellow and Brown get trapped in the freezer. If they stop moving they will become bugsicles.
After slipping out against the wishes of Sgyryn, the turtles fight against Iestyn Stockman, a mad inventor in a mechanical suit.
Chef Bryn Williams returns home to the Vale of Clwyd for the last episode of the series, and cooks a whole local lamb on the barbeque for the youth team at Denbigh rugby club, to eat after their training session. Back in the kitchen, Bryn prepares lobster with garlic butter, served with twice cooked chips, and makes black pudding Scotch Eggs as a starter. In the alfresco kitchen in West Wales, Bryn puts gooseberries and elderflower cordial together to create a tasty pudding. Last in series.
The Welsh family is changing. Within the last half a century, the traditional model of 'Mum and Dad and 2.4 children' has all but disappeared and been replaced by a different kind of family unit, one that's altogether more colourful, more complex and more interesting than before. In this programme we will be focusing on 'Trystan', who is living with Tuberous Sclerosis.
Finally, the boys arrive in Italy; the spiritual home of the pizza. The historical town of Bardi is the first destination as they learn about Welsh connections the town is proud to boast about. And it's true that all roads lead to Rome - but has Smokey Pete got what it takes to navigate the busy Roman roads and the gladiatorial challenges they present? Three wheels. Two boys. One ambition. World Champions!
It's been another busy, emotional and exciting week at Ystwyth Vets, with our cameras following the team every day! The vets have had an unusual few days with a pack of Coatis from Borth Zoo causing mayhem for Iwan, trying to make a break for it. Kate performs innovative surgery on Lad the sheepdog, and Gethin battles to save a cow with a twisted stomach.
Aled Jones travels to Australia and the harbour city of Sydney. He takes us on a guided tour behind the scenes of the iconic Sydney Opera House. We also explore the musical world of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Opera Australia and the Australian Chamber Orchestra with its emerging artists programme. A stunning experience visually and musically.
We'll hear how the hot weather has affected the agriculture industry and discuss the change in VAT rules. We also join Gareth Wyn Jones on one of his busiest days in the shearing season and hear Cain Owen's reflections on her first year in University.
Join Nia Parry as she gives us an insight into the lives and homes of some of Wales's familiar faces in 'Adre.' Every home is different and often reflects the character of the person who lives there. This week we'll be visiting the home of the multi-talented Aeron Pughe.
Stage 8: The wind could play a pivotal part in today's eighth stage, from Dreux to Amiens. If it gusts, echelons could form, with every team battling for position at the front of the peloton.
How are scientists trying to create endless safe and clean energy for the future by copying what the sun does? The process is called nuclear fusion and it could provide an answer to all the world's energy problems. We'll find out how two Welshmen are contributing to this pioneering research in the UK and France.
How the history of radio and radar depends upon the talent, innovation and bravery of Welsh scientists and the remarkable Welsh landscape.
In this special edition of 'Cefn Gwlad', Dai Jones, Llanilar visits the picturesque area of Heol Senni, Sennybridge, near Brecon between June and October 2011. Dai hears the story of how the local residents fought against the threat of drowning the valley, some years ago. He also meets one of the area's oldest characters and follows the seasonal work on some of the farms. As well as visiting the area's sheepdog sale, ram sale and suckling calves sale, Dai is entertained by the local youngsters.
Ifan Jones Evans welcomes us to the 'Sgubor' again and joining him this time are Team Owain from Anglesey and Team Robert from Cwm Gwaun. Which team will impress the judges as they undertake more tasks in their quest to win the 2015 series' title and the Isuzu D-Max Yukon 4x4? 4/8
Things are getting harder for our family chefs. In today's semi-final, they must follow a complicated master class perfectly and prepare a stunning roulade, all against the clock. The pressure is rising as only one family will be going through to the grand final. This will be the end of the road for two hopeful families. Competing today are the Rowlands family from Llandeilo, the Llaeth a Llechi (Milk and Slate) family, from Anglesey and Deiniolen and the Cooke Girls from Denbigh.
Weekend news and sport.
Another chance to jon Bedwyr Rees as he follows the Llyn coastal path from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, investigating the area's place names and history. Today, he tries his hand at trout fishing in the River Seiont, learns about salmon netting in the Menai Straits and looks at the history behind the village name of Trefor.
Mari Lovgreen is in Carmarthen in this archive edition to present an entertaining evening with a host of popular entertainers. Performing on stage are Hogia'r Wyddfa, singers Gwion Jones (star of the musical Oliver), Rhian Mair Lewis and Steffan Rhys Williams, comedian Ifan Gruffydd, Calan, Trinity College Carmarthen Choir and young local group, Pennod 5.
A problem with the computers means Linda doesn't know where Kyffin Williams should be and a familiar enemy from the past returns to cause problems for Caren.
Stage 8 highlights from Le Tour de France. The wind could play a pivotal part today, on the road from Dreux to Amiens. If it gusts, echelons could form, meaning every team will be battling for position at the front of the peloton.
Darts quiz presented by Eleri Sion and Ifan Jones Evans where teams compete for a cash prize. Darts teams from the Wellington, Deiniolen; Caernarfon Football Club and the Ty Newydd Hotel in Aberdaron compete today.
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