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The five leaders have been chosen. The fitness and diet plans have been prepared. The only thing left to ask is – will you be joining the FFIT Cymru journey this year?
The countryside of Wales is a beautiful place, but there's an ongoing battle to protect land, people and animals from being plagued by pests. Rats, moles, starlings and squirrels - when they arrive in abundance they upset nature's equilibrium and something must be done. In this documentary we will hear the stories of the farmers and follow the professional pest controllers as they come to the rescue and endeavour to protect farmers, their stock and their crops from these pesky pests.
Sixteen contestants. Two sheds. A bit of luck. And one winner. When the contestants are divided into two teams, they must choose one person to answer for the shed. The winning team is through to the next round, but the losing shed is out of the game until the next programme. This happens again and again, until one person wins £2,000 and a place in the grand final at the end of the year, where they could win £10,000.
Join Huw Edwards and the congregation of Salem Chapel, Llangennech as we sing and listen to some of the favourite hymns of Easter led by local musician Allan Fewster. We will celebrate the highlight of the Christian calendar - Christ's resurrection. We will hear familiar Bible readings, musical performances from Sian James, Côr Ysgol Llangennech and Côr Ysgol Y Strade and share some stories that will make us think and meditate for a small moment.
With the day of 'Yr Iard's activities approaching, Carwyn hints he'd be highly appreciative if all the family were to muck in and help prepare. It's impossible for Iestyn to help since he's started working at Ty Pizza. Despite Gwenno's efforts to help them both compromise, the two are as stubborn as each other. As an experienced driver, Iestyn doesn't think he'll have a lot of trouble mastering how to drive Jason's scooter, but Kylie insists that he's careful. But when was the last time Iestyn l
A live game at the top of the JD Welsh Premier League between The New Saints and Caernarfon Town. TNS will be aiming to be crownd Champions for the eighth consecutive time, against the undisputed surprise package of the season - Caernarfon Town. All the action with Dylan Ebenezer and former Carmarthen winger Sion Meredith, while the former international striker Malcolm Allen will be in the commentary box with Nic Parry. English language commentary is available with two former managers in the lea
Flowers, veg and all life's good stuff, with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards and Meinir Gwilym. Meinir shows us how her new pond has established itself in the garden over the winter months. Has any wildlife come to call it home' As Iwan welcomes a champion veg grower to the garden in order to try to understand why on earth his parsnips are so wonky, Sioned shares with us an idea on how to transform a bin storage compound into a feast to the eyes.
Lisa Gwilym presents and follows the third week of our five leaders' food and fitness scheme. Wonder what type of week the five have had' And how much less will they weigh' With almost 60% of the population of Wales overweight or obese, remember you can also follow the transformation plan on s4c.cymru/ffitcymru.
Jake Phillips, Connah's Quay defender, will be joining Dylan Ebenezer and Malcolm Allen on the Mwy o Sgorio sofa this week, to discuss all the big Welsh footballing stories. There will be a special feature on the Women's Welsh Cup final as well as an insight into an unusual league in Cardiff. We'll see the latest from the JD Welsh Premier League to the sounds of the track of the week, while another team tries to beat the Cicio'r Bwced challenge.
For guests who check in to Gwesty Aduniad ('Reunion Hotel') one thing's for certain: life is about to change forever. Nestled in the heart of the Welsh countryside, the guests at this hotel are here with only one thing in mind: to meet someone from their past. Tonight Taith Williams, and her father, David, arrive at the hotel with one purpose in mind: to start the search for Taith's birth mother, Lucía, who gave her up for adoption in Guatemala City over twenty years ago.
Series following the staff and patients of a health centre in Blaenau Ffestiniog. With over six thousand patients on the books, who knows which problem will come through the door next! On this occasion, Dr. Rachel sees one patient suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, psychiatric nurse Iola sees one local man who wants to start treatment to wean off cocaine, and caregiver Gwilym receives treatment for his painful knee.
In the final programme, Tudur Owen is in Lampeter where a local group are trying to loosen the grip that big business has on the fashion world as they design, make and sell their own unique clothes. In the group there are new designers, workers from the Dewhirst clothes factory that closed 15 years ago, as well as clothes shop owners from the high street. They all share the dream of making Lampeter the go-to place for the best clothes.
In 2011, sixteen year-old Llywelyn Williams lost his leg following an accident with a car while skateboarding. In this programme, his family and friends recall that fateful day and give us an insight into his drive, will and determination to return to his passion, the sea and surfing. We follow Llywelyn as he prepares to be the first athlete from Wales to participate in the ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship held in La Jolla, San Diego.
Short film telling the story of timeless love, with a twist in the tale. As Dylan cares for his dying wife, Gwen, he relives bittersweet memories of their long and happy life together. Dawn breaks and Gwen dies. Returning to the sea shore where they first met, Dylan allows the waves to claim him. The screenplay is based on the short story that won first prize in the 2014 Rhys Davies Short Story Competition.
On his personal journey, the entertaining, eloquent farmer Gareth Wyn Jones tries to find out what an upland farmer in Wales can learn from New Zealand - from farmers who lost their subsidies in 1984 - which contrary to expectations created a situation that has made the country more competitive and innovative. Can Welsh farmers achieve a similar miracle'
Series of hour long programmes with Dai Llanilar leading a team of young presenters. This time, Dai looks back in admiration at some of Cefn Gwlad's memorable stockmen since filming started in 1983. Also, we are home with Mari mid lambing season, Rhys visits the Hoelion Wyth Eisteddfod, caterers Cegin Fach y Wlad are at Carmarthen mart, and Junior Cefn Gwlad are with Anglesey dairy goats.
Team Anni and Team Aeron go head to head down on the farm in the final challenge. From herding lambs to driving a tractor, these will be the toughest challenges the teams have faced. The winners will be awarded the 'Fferm Ffactor' title and three thousand pounds for a charity of their choice.
Tonight's programme is the last in the series and comes from the Senedd in Cardiff Bay. Dewi Llwyd will be chairing the debate between a local audience and the panel which includes Paul Davies AM, the Conservative Leader in the assembly; Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price AM; Dr Zo¸ Morris Williams, a GP in Pontypridd; Blaenau Gwent Labour AM Alun Davies and Sara Moseley, Director of Mind Cymru.
A programme that celebrates courage and says thank you to the young heroes in our society - those individuals who, despite their young lives, have been through the mill, but who have shown great courage, often when their days are very dark. There will also be a special evening at the Strade Park Hotel where all the families and other heroes will assemble to present the children with a special trophy that celebrates their courage.
To mark the centenary of the death of Hedd Wyn on 31 July, 1917, another chance to see the Oscar-nominated film starring Huw Garmon in the title role. Poetry was Ellis Evans' passion and his life's ambition was to be chaired at a National Eisteddfod. He achieved this at the Birkenhead Eisteddfod of 1917. Unfortunately, he never knew of his success as he was fighting the Germans in the trenches of Ypres, where he died during his first day on the Western Front.
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.
Award winning film about the escapades of Kenneth, a young lad who creates havoc wherever he goes. He sings boy soprano, plays the euphonium badly in the local brass band and pretends he's a famous surgeon. By the end of the saga his home village is on its knees! Starring Trystan Roberts and Wynford Ellis-Owen.
As Christmas gets nearer Sharon tries to get to grips with her life after the death of her boyfriend Scott Lyn is celebrating her engagement but as usual Janet can't share in her happiness. Three sisters, one millennium and one large gig on the horizon. Will Alan manage to save his skin and attract an audience to the concert' Film based on the series Tair Chwaer( Three Sisters) by Siwan Jones. Starring Donna Edwards, Jonathan Nefydd, Llio Millward, Dewi Rhys Williams and Sara McGaughey.