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.
Well known faces choose their favourite novels.
Series following the adventures of Caradoc Jones and cameraman Alun Hughes around the world.
Sugar and spice and all things nice - baking series with Beca Lyne-Pirkis.
Items from Heno and Prynhawn Da of interest to Welsh learners.
A series presented by Osi Rhys Osmond, celebrating the castles of Wales through paintings by various artists.
A series of programmes from 2001 following Dewi 'Pws' Morris on his travels around the world.
More interesting visits to rural Wales with Dai Jones, Llanilar.
In this edition from 2001, Dai Jones Llanilar, travels to the Penllyn area of Meirionnydd to meet some of the characters and choirs keeping the singing tradition alive in this beautiful part of the country. We'll also be reminiscing about the past with Bob Roberts, Tai'r Felin, who'll be treating us to a rendition of 'Moliannwn'.
Nia Roberts invites contestants to pick out the lies hiding within a series of facts.
Dilwyn Morgan and John Pierce Jones sail to Ireland on their small yacht, the Mistress Wilful. Six part series.
A selection of programmes for Welsh learners.
Practise your Welsh with this series for learners. It contains various strands which change throughout the year.
Off the wall comedy series.
In this 2005 series, Tweli Griffiths studies the distinctive cultures, art and architecture of religions that once lorded over vast and powerful empires.
Series following the model Dylan Garner's nationwide search to find the perfect role model within the building industry.
Countryside and farming magazine.
Gardening and lifestyle series with experts Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym.
This 2005 series follows the travels of Amanda Protheroe-Thomas as she studies some of the world's most fascinating creatures.
Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.
Following the final 24 hours of Mike Phillips' professional rugby career. A lifetime dedicated to rugby. But now it's coming to an end. Shown again before Mike features in a new S4C series tomorrow night.
Beca Lyne-Pirkis sy'n paratoi gwledd o fwyd i grwpiau o bobl mewn gwahanol rannau o Gymru. Mae'n amser parti!
In this programme from 1990, we meet two relatives with a strong bond. Gwynn Angell Jones went as a six month old baby with his missionary parents to India, while his cousin Howell Jones, whose parents were also missionaries, was born in China. The two cousins share no blood ties, as Gwynn was adopted, but they feel a strong sense of belonging to the same larger family. Both men reflect on their early childhood and on the work of their parents as missionaries in remote areas.
Magazine series including features on fashion, style, antiques, books and cookery.
A series which follows the development of the Requiem as a musical form over the centuries.
Join Huw Stephens as he guides three teams through a series of multiple choice rounds in the hope of winning £1,000.
Tension and real-life drama as we follow members of the Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.
Six-part series looking at the private world of Funeral Directors - the people living in the land of the dead.
Dr Huw Morgan from Machynlleth is a solar scientist and his work on the sun has taken him all over the world - from Wales to Hawaii to the Sahara Desert. First shown in 2007.
Following a family and individuals living a 1910 lifestyle in a Welsh country manor house.
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.
Series following Karen Pritchard and the youngsters at her dance school.