Great weekend programmes for younger viewers.
Today, pirates from Nant Caerau School join Ben Dant and Cadi to challenge the smelly Capten Cnec.
Bing and Fflop play hide and seek on the way to Pajet's shop.
In today's programme we join the crew for more fun in Neath.
When all the Octonauts are trapped in a dangerous blob of Marine Mucilage, the Vegimals must step up and build a new GUP called the GUP-V to rescue the crew in time for the Christmas meal!
Join Dona Direidi and her sidekick Ned Nodyn as they challenge youngsters from Ysgol Evan James, Pontypridd to learn a song and perform it in front of an audience. Will they learn 'Ailgylchu' in time?
When Benja gets lost in a network of underground tunnels, Guto and Lili set out to find him.
During today's programme, Sblij and Sbloj visit a florists - and somehow manage to lose the letter 'rh'!
A new series about mischievous twins who have secret superpowers. Mam has come down with a horrible cold and Deian and Loli go on an adventure to find some wild flowers to cheer her up. But the flowers don't want to be picked.
A series for children helping them overcome their fear of going to hospital.
In the park's garden, the Captain is watering the soil so Seren can plant some seeds. But what flower has already grown there Fflwff?
It's been snowing in Pontypandy and the local newspaper is running a competition to find the best photo of Pontypandy in the snow.
The pups are learning the ancient art of Pup-Fu! They'll need it to get back Sensei Farmer Bini's ancient martial arts scroll, after Mayor Campus's Kit-tastrophe Crew use their Cat-Jitsu skills to steal it!
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.
Nia Parry has the pleasure of taking a peek inside the homes of some of Wales? well known personalities. Every home is different and often reflects the character that lives there. Following this a chance to meet some of Wales? rising sporting stars in ?Sgwad Ser Cymru.?
As Dani begins to pick up on Lowri's behaviour, Philip suspects that he and Lowri should be more cautious in keeping their secret. Jac feels the pressure in trying to keep his family's history a secret but all the talk of Christmas arrangements makes life difficult for him. Someone has been creating a mysterious website for the boat yard and although Carwyn is angry with the person responsible, the results are pretty favourable for the business. And with Wyn away, Mags has an idea.
It looks like Jac's background is going to jeopardise his future with Dani. As the net tightens, he turns to the only one that can help him. Philip was only trying to help by telling Lowri that Mathew knew of their hidden relationship. Lowri does not respond in the way that Philip had hoped. Vince has the feeling that he isn't welcome, so there's only one thing for it, and, finally, Arthur is accepted as a Slej team member. Let's hope the team welcome this move, rather than regret it!
Profile of a sports club.
Tonight's Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol comes from the village of Rhosllanerchrugog, as we celebrate the life and work of one of Wales' biggest musical talents, the multitalented musician John Hughes, 50 years after his death. We will hear many of his carols sung by the congregation of Capel Penuel, learn about him through the eyes of local school children from Ysgol I D Hooson, and Huw Edwards chats to John's nephew, world-famous conductor Owain Arwel Hughes.
The words of the poet from Clwyd, John Ceiriog Hughes, create a picture of an idyllic rural life and extol the virtues of Welsh countryfolk. But in an age when the British Empire's power was increasingly felt worldwide, how much of a Welshman was Ceiriog himself?
It's Judgment Day for our eight stars. Will the harsh comments made previously by our panel of experts motivate the teams? It's time to find out as they fine tune the Michelin star menus, sharpen the knives and work together as a well-rehearsed kitchen brigade. This challenge will dish up more pressure than any Olympic Games, live broadcast or stage performance. Will the teams be able to handle the pressure, as food producers from Anglesey, the management team from Welsh Lamb and Beef, and a loc
Highlights of the match between Pembrokeshire College and Llandrillo College as well as results from other matches in the Welsh Schools and Colleges League.
Huw Stephens presents Gig Y Pafiliwn 2018 from Cardiff's National Eisteddfod back in August, featuring Band Pres Llareggub and Geraint Jarman and band. Recorded live from the Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
This time on Ffermio, Meinir will be looking at the facts and effects of TB disease. Alun will be in a show for all sorts of poultry in Telford where Welsh competitors reign, and Daloni will be keeping feathery company on a farm in Talybont.
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.
On the third Sunday of Advent, we're in the Rhondda Valley celebrating the significance of light and candles, as we listen to memories of ex-miners of the importance of light. We celebrate Diwali - the festival of light, with a Hindu family in Cardiff, and we'll also enjoy a performance by young singer Steffan Rhys Hughes. The congregational carols come from Carmel Chapel, Treherbert.
This week Ffion Dafis visits communities in Northern Ireland living in the shadow of walls. 20 years after the Good Friday Peace Agreement, some areas are as divided today as ever with towering walls keeping the Catholic Nationalists and the Protestant Unionists apart. Ffion meets inspirational people from both communities who are fighting to undo the damage caused by generations of division and hostility.
A powerful, emotional biopic film based on the tragic history of the singer, pianist and talented composer from Treforest, Morfydd. After moving to London to study at the Royal Academy of Music, she enjoyed the company of D H Lawrence, Ezra Pound and other bohemians of the period. In 1917 she married Ernest Jones, psychoanalyst and friend of Freud. But just over eighteen months after that Mofydd died at the age of 26 following an operation at her father-in-law's home in Mumbles.
This time, the programme looks at all the cases in our courts of people creating indecent images of children. We take a look at the case of former MP Simon Thomas, and the sentence that he recently received.