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.
Cyw and Jangl are camping in the jungle but are starving! They have lost their recipe book so they have no idea how to cook with the ingredients they have. Jen and Jim are keen to help. They both like to cook and can't wait to start!
Blero has a pair of green socks waiting for him. He eats one, but loses the second and sets off to find it in Ocido.
Come and join Dona Direidi as she tries her hand at all sorts of different jobs. Today she's going to be a dog walker with Nia.
While playing in Grandpa Pig's garden, Peppa and George come across a snail. Grandpa pig shows them his bee hive.
There's a chameleon on the loose in Llan-ar-goll-en. It appears every now and then, but before anybody has a chance to talk to it, it disappears. This is a strange case for Prys and Ceri.
Some giant purple shellbobs are brought down to size Gee-ceffyl and an action-packed washing-line race!
Tryfan's a daring mountain biker, but will he be able to shake off his fall as he tackles the course on his big day? Will he get back in the saddle and race for what he's worth?
There's panic at a party! And there's a feeling that someone somewhere will need Fireman Sam's help in Pontypandy today!
It's a hot day and the dogs go to the water park - but the pool is empty!
Children from Ysgol Pwll Coch, Cardiff 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 Pwll Coch be able to help Seren?
Great programmes for youngsters on the weekend.
Abwydal-gi is in need of a renovation and there's no-one better to do the work for Algi than SbynjBob and Padrig. The two friends enjoy painting and building, clearing up and cleaning.
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, Mici Afal brings his talent contest to Cwm Doniol and the Doniolis are determined to win the prize for best act.
Media superstar Devil Daniels' Monster Hunter is hunting a sea creature that he believes is a menace, but the Nektons want to protect it. To make matters worse, the public are on Daniels's side!
Join Tudur, Mari, Hanna and Jack for comedy sketches, silly characters and plenty of laughter!
Beti has bought something and Macs' simple mistake leads our heroes into big trouble.
Ben and Gwen have arrived in the Riptide Rapids Zone, when Ben is stopped by the attendant as he is too short. In his disappointment he transforms to Med Rus Bach, so that he can jump in unnoticed.
Mirain and Gareth keep an eye on two teams as they go head to head in a series of snot-tastic games!
This programme follows the remarkable events that took place in the first ever second in history. Recently, scientists have made a series of breakthrough discoveries, revealing that more took place during that second than has happened in all the time since. It was when space and time itself were created. The programme meets Welsh scientists who work at CERN in Switzerland, and interviews some of the world's leading experts about this momentous second in our history.
A series looking at the work of the Wales Air Ambulance. In the first programme, the crew deals with a rugby player who has injured his back in a collapsed scrum and we hear the story of a man who suffered horrific injuries when he fell off a cowshed roof.
Our journey through Peter Smith's book, Houses of the Welsh Countryside, draws to a close. In this programme Aled Samuel traces the contribution the cottage has made to our architectural heritage, and examines how it can influence architectural practices of the future.
Once again the photographer Joe Bunni transports us on a tour of the Axores, Polynesia and Indonesia. We see the whales that help local fishermen catch fish, and we take a look at the nesting habits of a large leatherback turtle.
Alun visits the annual NSA ram sale in Builth, which has reached a special milestone. Daloni will be in the beautiful Lleyn Peninsular meeting a sheep breeder who has been attending the ram sale for 40 years, and Meinir will find out how one farmer has nearly doubled the price of their milk.
Chef Bryn Williams heads to South-West France to meet Carys Coverdale, who lives in the beautiful village of Tourrettes-Sur-Loup, near Nice. He visits 'Confiserie Florian' who specialise in sweet treats created from local flowers, leaves and fruits. The nearby mountain vineyard of 'Chateau De Bellet' produces both white and red wine and Bryn cooks a local speciality to compliment one of their tipples. Back in the kitchen, Bryn cooks a tomato tart with sardines, and bakes local 'fougasse' bread.
A new series about flowers, veg and all life's good stuff, with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym. Sioned transforms a small front garden in Waunfawr. Iwan is busy collecting mulch, and advises on what type to use, and where; and we get to see how well Meinir's mini wildflower meadow has established over the late summer months.
Most people own an interesting 'antique' in their home or attic - some have sentimental value only, others may well turn out to own a priceless treasure and some may be worth nothing at all! Experts John Rees and Yvonne Holder are on a mission to look for the family treasures of Wales but will the owners hang on to them or decide to sell? This time we delve into the attic of Angharad Lloyd from Carmarthen.
A talent series on a special search to locate the group or individual who will represent Wales at the Eurovision Song Contest in Belarus. This second programme will see more difficult auditions and decisions for the mentors as they have to decide who will be the lucky ones to step up to the masters class before they face their fate again.
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.
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Live PRO14 game between the Scarlets and the Southern Kings from Parc y Scarlets Stadium. K/O 6.30.
Phyl Harries introduces a special Noson Lawen from Llanelli with Tri Tenor Cymru - Rhys Meirion, Aled Hall and Aled Wyn Davies - Chris Needs, Miriam Isaac, The Cottle Brothers, Sam Morris, Parti Llwchwr and the Hywel Girls and Boys Choir.
Four and a half thousand musicians, singers, and dancers; over seven hundred and fifty thousand visitors from the Celtic countries. Each year the festival chooses one country to become an 'honorary country' and this year the privilege went to Wales. Join Bethan Rhiannon from the band Calan and singer and composer Gwilym Bowen Rhys for a memorable tour of music and much celebration in this special festival.
The last round of the Welsh Triathlon Series takes place on Anglesey, with a thousand athletes gathering for a weekend of races. The championship event features a spectacular sea swim and a demanding run in the forests and sand dunes of Newborough. The event draws athletes from around the UK for the beauty and the challenge of its course.
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