Programmes for younger viewers: Ben Dant, Digbi Draig, Dwylo'r Enfys, Sbridiri, Jen a Jim Pob Dim, Ynys Broc Mor Lili, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Deian a Loli a'r Blodau Parablus, Dathlu 'Da Dona, Meic y Marchog, Tili a'i Ffrindiau, Sam Tan, Patrol Pawennau.
Join the pirate Ben Dant, and a team from Ysgol Y Gelli on their adventure to find four golden keys and a chest full of treasure.
Taking some nuts in a barrel up to Cochyn's treehouse seems an easy task for a smart goblin and an intrepid dragon. But is it?
Heulwen goes on an adventure today with Cian as they search for pirates. They find a special map, but can they find the treasure?
An arts series for pre-school children. In today's episode, Twm and Lisa create different snakes with children from Ysgol Bro Sion Cwilt.
Llew's selling ice cream for 5 pence a cornet today. Mwnci the monkey pays with five coins but Panda only has one. He must have lost the rest. Can his friends help him find the missing money?
Heti is too proud to ask for help when she gets stranded out at sea.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Deian and Loli are at Grand-dad's house and they're bored. So they use their powers to freeze the adults so they can go to Granddad's shed to play with the little train set.
Join Dona Direidi for a fun-filled party, full of games, dancing and singing.
Meic wonders which animal is right to go on his shield. It can't be the slow, clumsy, silly wild boar he's trying to catch! Until it turns out to be really fast, sneaky and clever, and Meic learns not to judge a book by its cover!
Tili devises a Silent Game so she can have some peace and quiet to read, but the friends are still silent even after Tilly finishes her book. How can she persuade them noisy again?
Someone or something is chewing through cables and ropes in Pontypandy. They're about to be caught red-handed on a flight in a hot air balloon!
When Fflamia decides to take a break from the PAW Patrol, the pups jump into action to bring him back!
If you're celebrating your birthday, you may be lucky enough to see your photo on today's Cyw!
Entertaining and educational animated series for nursery school children.
Bore Da is a weekly series which guides viewers through some of the items shown on Heno or Prynhawn Da during the previous week, and visits people and places of interest to those learning Welsh.
Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford will lend a helping hand to the family and friends of Rhys and Sophie from Deiniolen as they make preparations for their wedding. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark and the crew have to organise the biggest day of their lives in a few weeks and with a budget of #5,000.
As Meical and Michelle prepare to leave for Newport, the strain on the family is quite clear. Britney isn't happy with the arrangements and packing boxes isn't Meical and Michelle's only worry. Kelvin finds himself at home for the day with Mia as she is unwell, but his negligence could put the little girl in danger. Following his sacking as Mags' spy, Arthur is determined to retrieve his expensive 'bug' from the garage but how will he manage that with Rhys, Wil and John there all the time?
It's the end of an era as Meical and Michelle prepare to say farewell to Cilbedlam, but before leaving they need to persuade Britney that a new start is a good idea. Arthur has some information which could help Mags and he's hoping she will pay well for it. Lowri is still angry with Kelvin following his behaviour yesterday, and the tension is obvious to everyone in the house. Ken decides to try and help them make up. Rownd and Rownd will take a break over the summer and will be back on air in Se
We join members of an archery club this week.
This time, Iolo finds thousands of birds flying to town to spend the night. On Cardiff's busiest street, wagtails are keeping warm above shoppers. A huge flock of jackdaws assemble at the end of the day on a Llanelli industrial estate. There's an amazing aerial display by starlings around Aberystwyth pier. Iolo also finds thrushes and waxwings, beautiful birds from Scandinavia, flying to supermarkets in Llansamlet and Caernarfon to eat berries.
Highlights of a spectacular festival of cycling in Cardiff, with thousands of riders taking part in this closed-road event. The route takes in some of Wales' most breath-taking scenery, over brutal climbs and with a backdrop of historic castles, before riding into the Welsh capital for the finish, roared on by the crowds.
For over four decades The Volvo Ocean Race has had a mythical hold over some of the greatest ever sailors. It is the longest and toughest professional sporting event in the world. 45,000 nautical miles, four oceans, six continents and 12 cities which this year, includes Cardiff. It's a test like no other. And this year, among the world's elite sailors, one Welshman - Bleddyn Mon - is facing the biggest challenge of his sailing life; made even more special as he's a Welshman sailing home.
Stage 9: Fifteen cobbled sectors await the peloton on today's stage, along the route from Arras to Roubaix. Survival will be the name of the game for the general classification favourites.
Another chance to see Alex Jones's three favourite locations. She takes us on a journey to Carreg Cennen Castle near the Amman Valley, a place that holds many special childhood memories. Her second stop is Cardiff, her home for over 10 years, working as a television presenter. London is the final location, where Alex now lives and works as presenter of the popular flagship programme on BBC1, 'The One Show'.
Ex-PoW DT Davies, aged 95, returns on a pilgrimage to the places where he was held prisoner by the Nazis. By his side are his three sons, who learn for the first time, how he escaped the enemy and gain new insights into the value of freedom and the terrible price paid to secure it in the Second World War. First shown in 2013.
This short film, about two sisters and a brother in their nineties, reveals a portrait of family life in a rural village outside Aberystwyth.
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.
Weekend news and sport.
Omnibus edition looking back at events in the fictional village of Cwmderi over the past week. With on-screen English subtitles.
Presenter John Ogwen explores the art and architecture of Islam in this programme from 2004. His journey begins in Djenne, Mali, West Africa, where he discovers the Djenne Mosque before continuing on to the Jama Masjid Mosque in Dehli, India, the Muslim Mosque of Haghia Sophia in Istanbul, the Great Mosque of Cordoba, Spain and finally, to the New York Mosque.
Nia Roberts and Trystan Ellis-Morris present highlights of the 2018 Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod. The programme features the best of the week's main choral, dance, vocal and instrumental competitions and more impromptu performances from the town and the Eisteddfod field. We'll re-live the magic of the week - from the colourful international parade to the highlights of the 2018 Choir of the world competition.
Documentary film following Huw Jack Brassington's attempt to complete the hardest five-day mountain race in the world, The Beghaus Dragons Back Race. We'll follow his inspirational journey and experience his highs and lows, as he attempts to run 315km down the mountainous spine of Wales. Will he manage to run five ultra marathons in five days having never attempted one before?
The day?s highlights as the cyclists take on 15 cobbled sectors on the road from Arras to Roubaix. Survival will be the name of the game for the general classification favourites.
This week, the programme asks whether Wales's farmers are over-reliant on subsidies. Rural affairs Minister, Lesley Griffiths AM, and controversial columnist Rod Liddle face Guto Harri's questions.
Aberstwyth's charismatic estate agent, Iestyn Leyshon, is hoping he can find a new home for a first-time buyer. But the buyer is already worried about one small problem. Ruth Tottey, who works for Dafydd Hardy, has to have a quiet word with one of her clients and Marc Morrish, an enthusiastic auctioneer from Cardiff, is ready to sell over thirty properties in an auction.