Programmes for youngsters: Ahoi!, Digbi Draig, Sbarc, Sbridiri, Jen a Jim Pob Dim, Guto Gwningen, Olobobs, Deian a Loli wrth Droed yr Enfys, Ysbyty Cyw Bach, Meic y Marchog, Shwshaswyn, Sam Tan, Patrol Pawennau.
Today, pirates from Ysgol Bronllwyn join Ben Dant and Cadi to challenge the smelly Capten Cnec.
Glenys finds a map showing where the nuts for the Nut Hunt are hidden and joins in the game; she wants the special prize! Cochyn always wins the Nut Hunt, but not this time; Glenys and Teifion quickly find each nut with ease.
A science series with Tudur Phillips and his two friends, Sbarc the scientist and Nef the Nature Detective. The theme of this programme is 'The Ear'.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa create an indoor garden for Twm and also create vegetables with children from Ysgol Myfenydd.
Jangl is trying her very best to count the many shooting stars zipping through space today, but it's proving difficult. Will Jen and Jim Pob Dim's egg timer help make the counting easier?
When Benja and Nel get lost in the woods during a game of peek-a-boo, can Guto use this very same game to help them elude a prowling Mr Cadno?
Diggy Piggy helps Deeno to find a home for all the 'stuff' he has filling up his den.
After ruining their best clothes, Deian and Loli must go on an adventure to clean them. They follow the magic bubbles until they find Anti Greta Golchi, can she help them?
Plwmp has something stuck in his trunk. What can be done to help him?
When Meic hears a special knight is coming to Glyndreigiau, he forgets about his promise to play with Trolyn and prepares a knightly welcome. But he soon learns that a knight should welcome all guests to the castle - even trolls!
What's all this washed up on the shore? The tide has left some rubbish behind, and the Captain, Fflwff and Seren help to clean it up.
There's squabbling, and there's also some rowing! Who will need the help of Fireman Sam in Pontypandy today I wonder...?
When the animals don't show up in time for the circus to start, Gwil and the Paw Patrol step in to help.
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. It's time to see whose birthday it is today!
Join Nia Parry for the second of two programmes following the 2018 Welsh Learner of the Year competition held at the Cardiff National Eisteddfod. We meet the finalists and find out who won the title at the awards ceremony.
In the last of the series, Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford will lend a helping hand to a crew of family and friends who are responsible for organising a wedding in Dolgellau for couple Will and Lora. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark and the crew have to organise the biggest day of their lives within a few weeks and on a budget of five thousand pounds!
Wil leaves home and moves into halls of residence at the local university in Bangor. Erin will miss him - or the car at least!, and John is shocked when he finds out how he managed to make his way there. As Gwenno prepares for the yard's open day, Glenda informs her that the cafe provides an outside catering service, and Gwenno must think of a little white lie. When Dylan offers to buy Rhys a drink in Copa to apologise for his recent behaviour, the men manage to get their wires quite crossed!
It's the day of the open day at the boat yard and the family are both excited and anxious - everyone apart from Iestyn who would give his right arm to be elsewhere! Erin realises, whilst out for a driving lesson with her father and Sian, that arguing behind the wheel is not a good idea. One of the prizes at the open day is a ride on a jetski and Robbie is determined to win. But unfortunately for Philip and Lowri, Robbie receives a surprise of a very different kind.
Profile of a sports club - this time we profile a football club.
In this programme Tudur Dylan Jones and Mererid Hopwood visit the village of Trefin and in the ruins of Trefin Mill they present the most well-known of Crwys' poems, "Melin Trefin". The other two poems featured in the programme are Gweddill and Y Garreg Filltir.
Cardiff is the venue for one of the main weekend games in the JD Welsh Premier League. The Saints try to capture the championship for the eighth consecutive season - and for the thirteenth time in their history. The Met have consistently competed since their ascent to the league, and it's their hope to reach Europe after missing out by a whisker during the last two seasons. Join the Sgorio crew for all the excitement live from Cyncoed Campus Stadium, Kick-off 12.45. English commentary available.
With the Wales Rally GB taking place next week, we'll be looking forward to this highlight in the Welsh racing calendar, examining the stages, and giving advice on where to watch the rally; join Emyr Penlan, Howard Davies, Osian Pryce and Hana Medi for all the excitement. We'll also be in Ireland at the Wexford rally, following all the Welsh people competing, so don't miss out.
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.
Another chance to see the PRO14 game between the Cardiff Blues and the Cheetahs that was played on Friday at the Cardiff Arms Park.
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.
We start the new series in Llanrwst, at the 2019 Conwy County National Eisteddfod Proclamation Cymanfa Ganu, conducted by local multi-talented musician, Trystan Lewis. Nia chats to Eisteddfod Chief Executive Betsan Moses, about the importance of religion within the Welsh festival, and Ryland talks to Maureen Hughes, one of the 2019 Eisteddfod's honorary presidents, and an active member of the community. We will also enjoy a performance by local choir, CoRwst.
In the last programme of this incredible series, we travel to the Arctic in the company of photographer Joe Bunni and his companion Mario Cyr of north Canada. As well as on the trail of the Polar bear, Joe swims with walruses - and we see him escaping from one of them just in time!
Having to leave your home is one of the worst things that can happen to anyone. But, a year ago, that's exactly what happened to families on Cyfyng Road, Ystalyfera, once their back-gardens had suddenly disappeared. How have the families coped with the stresses and strains of the last twelve traumatic months?
This time, Ron Davies faces Guto Harri's questions, and after the summer, Guto asks if our efforts to attract tourism deserve 5 stars. Do we need more spend and marketing on tourism in Wales? He also hits the street with David Davies in Monmouth.
Public support for the war declines, and American men of draft age face difficult decisions and wrenching moral choices. After police battle with demonstrators on the streets of Chicago, Richard Nixon wins the presidency, promising law and order at home and peace overseas. In Vietnam, the war goes on and soldiers on all sides witness terrible savagery and unflinching courage.