Programmes for children: Jen a Jim a'r Cywiadur, Blero yn Mynd i Ocido, Da 'Di Dona, Peppa, Llan-ar-goll-en, Olobobs, Y Diwrnod Mawr, Sam Tan, Patrol Pawennau, Asra.
A rope, net, shovel and a paddle have reached the Pob Dim Shop and Jen is going to use them for sports day on the beach. Cyw and friends are excited but who will win each competition?
When Blero finds a dusty sock underneath his bed, he goes to Ocido to find out why it makes him tearful.
Come and join Dona Direidi as she tries her hand at all sorts of different jobs. Today she's going to work in a veterinary surgery with Llinos.
Mummy and Daddy Pig take Peppa and George to the playing field. Suddenly it turns so foggy they cannot see a thing.
One by one, the Llan-ar-goll-en animals are disappearing. Can Prys solve this mystery without Ceri's help?
With Sgodyn Mawr stuck up a tree there's nothing for it but to create for her the biggest, fastest slide-and-dive ever!
Fron the Rhondda to Norway, on her big day, Saga's going to surprise her grandfather with a brand new song she's composed specially for his birthday celebration at his cabin in the snow.
Norman is filming the "best ever" spy film and he is Jac Pond. Jams plays his double when nasty things happen and there are many incidents. Sam Tan and his crew must work hard.
Aled's has lost his backpack on his first day at school so the PAW Patrol agree to help him look for it.
Children from Ysgol Eifion Wyn, Porthmadog visit Asra this week.The hotel on planet Asra is running out of power. Stars must be won in order to win power. Will the pupils from Ysgol Eifion Wyn be able to help Seren?
Great programmes for youngsters on the weekend.
Padrig and SbynjBob are really excited when they discover there is a new, dangerous ride at the fair and they can't wait to go on it.
In this new, fun, children's series we'll follow the adventures of the mischievous Donioli brothers, Luigi and Louie and their young niece, Liwsi. In this programme, Cwm Doniol's fire station is looking for volunteers and the Doniolis can't wait to get started, but things soon get out of hand.
Ant and Fontaine hunt for one of the rarest ocean creatures - the colossal squid.
Join Tudur, Mari, Hanna and Jack for comedy sketches, silly characters and plenty of laughter!
Beti has bought a special machine for Macs and Crinc. Macs thinks he's cleverer than a machine. Is he?
Ben is famous as a hero and is recognised for his bravery everywhere he goes. As Gwen is a bit jealous Ben gives her a lucky charm as a present.
Mirain and Gareth keep an eye on two teams as they go head to head in a series of snot-tastic games!
How will life on Earth come to an end? With an asteroid the size of a car hitting our planet every day, this latest episode in the Cosmos series reveals the threats that could destroy our world. From comets to gamma rays, from volcanoes to rogue planets, we find out the likelihood of these fatal events striking Earth. By looking back at the past 5 extinction events that have hit Earth over its 13 billion year history, this programme reveals how scientists are already preparing for the worst.
In this chapter Joe Bunni comes face to face with some of the creatures who live in the high seas. He participates in a dangerous dive to look for sharks, and joins Dr. Hans Gruber in a unique lab to study marine life.
On this episode of Ffermio, we consider the effect of the Quarantine Units on local shows. We'll also be discussing cows, milking and grassland in Anglesey; following Geraint Thomas' success in the Tour de France, and seeing how farming organisations have recently got on their bikes.
Chef Bryn Williams travels to Lyon in central France for this episode where he visits the world famous food market of 'Les Halles Paul Bocuse' with Lyon resident Carys Evans. He also gets to sample the cuisine at a special type of local restaurant, the 'bouchon', including a slice of cow's head and the house speciality of a pike 'quenelle'. Bryn is inspired by the city's produce and prepares a 'coq au vin' on the BBQ, gives a Lyonnaise salad a new twist, and bakes a pink praline tart.
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, Nia visits the home of the archaeologist and musician Rhys Mwyn.
New series, featuring flowers, veg and all life's good stuff, with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym. Iwan shows us some fast growing crops we should all consider before the weather turns. Sioned plants two pots, one for an autumn display and the other for winter, while Meinir shows us the results of Owain Roberts' experiment with hydroponic tomatoes. We also join Twm Elias at Powis Castle, as he takes us around the extensive gardens to show off some of the prize specimens.
Elin Vaughan Crowley is keen to transform a skirt given to her by her mother - can our vintage expert create a new masterwork by upcycling? Her father, Edward, has two old motorbikes and is considering selling them in order to contribute to buying a brand-new kitchen, but what is their value? Vince and Anwen run a caravan park, but will the small box and the collection of pottery that have been sitting next to the fireplace be worth anything?
This year, for the first time ever, Wales will be competing as a single nation in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The tour in search of a child to represent the country of song begins with this series. In the first programme, we enjoy auditions across Wales, in Llandudno, Aberystwyth and Cardiff.
Weekend news and sport.
Live game from the PRO14 as the Dragons play Zebre at Rodney Parade. Kick-off 5:15.
Two of north Wales' giants meet in a live game from the JD Welsh Premier League, with Dylan Ebenezer and former internationals Owain Tudur Jones and Malcolm Allen. There have been big changes at Llandudno over the summer, with 16 new players in Iwan Williams' squad. Many see Connah's Quay as favourites to dislodge The New Saints at the summit of the Welsh Premier and their strong start to the season includes a win against the Champions. K/O 7.30, Maesdu Park. English commentary is available.
An appreciative audience from Bangor joins Ifan Jones Evans, along with Bryn Fon and his band, Gwawr Edwards, Caryl Hughes, Hannah Stone, Glanaethwy Choir, Cefin Roberts, Y Tri Digri, Dafydd Wyn Jones, Sera and Jenn.
Another chance to join Dewi Pws on a journey to meet tattoo-adorned characters from across Wales. Dewi will find out who gets tattoos and why. Each person has their personal story and their own reasons for getting a tattoo - as a memento, to pledge allegiance or as a declaration of patriotism. Will their stories inspire Dewi as he tries to decide whether or not to get a tattoo himself?
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