A house and home series with Aled Samuel with each programme reflecting a different theme.
A look at some of the world's most interesting hotels, with Aled Samuel and interior designer Leah Hughes, taking in the history, design and architecture of the buildings as well as their unique wow factor.
Aled Samuel guides us through 100 places in Wales to see before you die with Dr John Davies and Marian Delyth.
Famous Welsh faces take us to three locations of personal significance. 2017 series.
A series of easy-watch, one-off dramas.
Well known faces choose their favourite novels.
Real-life stories as we follow Welsh estate agents at work.
Second series of the adventure programme where applicants compete for an Adventure package worth £10,000 and the chance to be Ar y Dibyn's Wales Year of Adventure champion.
Items from Heno and Prynhawn Da of interest to Welsh learners.
Russell Jones's adventure to Kenya and Tanzania to meet the people and see how they live on the land.
One of a series of short films reflecting life and people in Wales.
Comedy sketches and music with Caryl Parry Jones and friends.
Harpist Catrin Finch went on an emotional journey while composing a concerto based on the life of poet Hedd Wyn who died 100 years ago in July 1917, during the First World War. Catrin's grandmother was from Germany, and while visiting Hedd Wyn's family in Trawsfynydd, the awful possibility of relatives from both families facing each other on the battlefield came to her mind. In this programme we experience the passion of the new concerto as it receives its premiere in one of the world's leading concert halls - the Konzerthaus in Berlin. First shown in 2014. The 2017 National Eisteddfod Concert, to be shown on S4C on Friday night, commemorates the centenary of Hedd Wyn's death.
Series following John Pierce Jones and Dilwyn Morgan on a sailing trip to Brittany.
Documentary series from the archive looking at interesting lives or events.
Some of Wales' well-known figures take a trip down memory lane as we watch classic television moments from the past.
A series looking at the 'Cool Cymru' era - when popular Welsh music put Wales on the world map.
Nia Parry takes a peek at the clothes collections of celebs and members of the public.
Music-themed panel show with presenter Huw Foulkes and team captains Aled Hall and Elin Manahan Thomas.
Practise your Welsh with this series for learners. It contains various strands which change throughout the year.
A selection of programmes for Welsh learners.
Channel hopping comedy.
In today's programme, Ifan Jones Evans welcomes 'Moch Môn' and 'Harper Cymru' back to the farm. The two teams will have to hook ducks, catch chickens and create a calf feeder in a series of fun and exciting tasks to test their farming skills. The teams are competing for a place in the semi-finals!
Countryside and farming magazine.
Gardening and lifestyle series with experts Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym.
Author and presenter Bethan Gwanas travels back to the remote village of Gbara in Nigeria where she taught with the VSO almost 30 years ago. First shown in 2010.
A programme following the history of the service industry in Wales by those who worked, and are still working, within the industry. First shown in 2004.
Tudur Owen and Daniel Glyn perform stand up in the Glee Club, Cardiff. Some of the country's best comedians in one of the capital's best comedy clubs.
Tunes, comedy and fresh faces. A taste of online content @hanshs4c.
Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.
Archive entertainment and music from the Noson Lawen stage.
Half a century after they first sang together, legendary singing trio Hogia'r Wyddfa celebrated their anniversary at the National Eisteddfod of Wales Pavilion in Denbighshire in August 2013. Joining them on stage for this special Noson Lawen were Dilwyn Morgan, John Ogwen, Trebor Edwards, Tara Bethan, Y Tri Digri, Wil Tân, Piantel, the Hendre Cennin Quartet, Trio, Trelawnyd, Dyffryn Peris and Dwyfor Male Voice Choirs and the young, local group Enfys. This programme is being shown again following the recent death of Hogia'r Wyddfa member, Elwyn Wilson Jones, or Elwyn Llanbêr, aged 79.
Steffan Rhodri follows Welsh produce to the UK and the world.
Beca Lyne-Pirkis prepares a feast for different groups of people in locations around Wales. It's party time!
Following Welsh couples as they get ready to tie the knot. Can their family and friends organise the wedding for £5,000, with only a few weeks to prepare?
A series of interviews with starts of the screen.
Magazine series including features on fashion, style, antiques, books and cookery.
Join Huw Stephens as he guides three teams through a series of multiple choice rounds in the hope of winning £1,000.
EXTREME COMEDY WARNING! The Sbariwns series could be upsetting if you (a) do not have a sense of humour and (b) believe the Welsh countryside to be a place of peace and natural harmony. If you meet any of the gang of three responsible be warned. They may make you laugh dangerously.
Quiz show for couples testing their knowledge of each other.
Six-part series looking at the private world of Funeral Directors - the people living in the land of the dead.
Cerys Matthews traces the history of 12 of Wales' most popular folk songs in this six-part series.
Live coverage and highlights from the 2017 Royal Welsh Agricultural Show in Llanelwedd.
In this series of 'Y Ty Cymreig' we will travel to the thirteen old counties of Wales in turn taking a closer look at the architecture particular to each area. Leading the way will be Aled Samuel together with Dr Greg Stevenson and his trusty companion, Minti.