First broadcast in 1982, Noson Lawen has proved to be successful with an audience of all ages. The different weekly acts are often described as traditional entertainment, whether they were singers, choirs, musicians or comedians. By paying tribute to their Welsh roots, the audience used to sit on straw bales with acts performing on a typical farm trailer.
Over the years, the look and feel of the series has changed dramatically. The audience these days sit on comfortable seats, the sets are contemporary but the heart of the series still beats strongly. Noson Lawen is recorded at various centres all over Wales and have offered an early stage to some of the biggest talents in Wales including Bryn Terfel, Connie Fisher and Katherine Jenkins.
Phil Gas a'r Band in good spirits with their performance of Seidr ar y Sul in their first ever appearance on the Noson Lawen series.
A tale of romance on the Noson Lawen stage in Rhys Meirion's performance of the beautiful song titled Musica Proibita.
Mari Mathias performs one of her own compositions titled Ysbryd y Tŷ in a Noson Lawen recorded in Lampeter.
Fun on Noson Lawen with Ysgol Bro Teifi Ensemble's lively performance of an arrangement of a Welsh folk song which tells the story of the Bittern bird from the Beacons who goes to Chester market to sell apples!
Alejandro Jones from Trevelin in Patagonia performs Emyr Huws Jones' song Cofio dy Wyneb in a Noson Lawen in Lampeter whilst on his visit to Wales.
Côr Merched Ger y Lli and conductor Gregory Vearey-Roberts entertain the Noson Lawen audience with their performance of lyrics about the enhancing power of music in times of difficulty.
The Noson Lawen stage is filled with members of the local Urdd Gobaith Cymru choir as they entertain the Lampeter audience with a performance of Dangos y Ffordd (Robat Arwyn).
Wales and Patagonia unite in song on Noson Lawen with Rhys Meirion and Alejandro Jones' performance of Calon Lan set to the traditional tune Deio Bach.