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Wales' most famous graffiti message became an international cause célèbre earlier this year after the passionate message 'Cofiwch Dryweryn' (translation: 'Remember Tryweryn') on a Ceredigion wall was almost destroyed on two separate occasions.
The graffiti was originally painted in the early 60s on a wall of an old ruin near Llanrhystud on the A487 main road between Aberaeron and Aberystwyth in an act of rebellion by a young Welsh nationalist Meic Stephens.His passionate plea was never to forget the UK government's decision to drown the Welsh village of Capel Celyn near Bala, Gwynedd in 1965to create a reservoir for Liverpool City Council.
In this emotional and personal documentary Stephens' son, the presenter and DJ Huw Stephens looks at the phenomenon which is 'Cofiwch Dryweryn' and asks why a new generation of Welsh people have been inspired by the wall.
In a journey of discovery, the BBC Radio One, BBC Radio Cymru and S4C presenter learns more about his late father's reasons for painting the graffiti. He also discovers what motivated the highly respected author and editor to learn Welsh as a young man, having been brought up in the Valleys' village of Treforest, Pontypridd at a time when learning Welsh was not widespread nor fashionable.
Frankie the spaniel is haemorrhaging badly and needs emergency treatment. Sam the sheepdog has symptoms that are baffling Kate he vet. Scampi the cat needs tricky surgery following a fight and Dolly the schnauzer needs to have some teeth out but is she too old to withstand the effects of anaesthetic' Tune in for all the goings-on!
Series of hour long programmes with Dai Llanilar leading a team of young presenters. This time, Ioan meets Llanberis Mountain Rescue Team, Meleri learns to recognise birds in Llyn Vyrnwy, a look at the rural pub which is the beating heart of Llanfihangel yr Arth, and Junior Cefn Gwlad learn new tricks from Gran.
A series following the model Dylan Garner's nationwide search to find the perfect mechanic to be a role model for the industry. Ten contestants will compete in various mechanical and modelling challenges and the overall winner will receive a cash prize of £3000. In the first episode - from the pit-stop to the catwalk, who will cross the finishing line first and impress the judges'
The new JD Cymru Premier season kicks off live, as Pen-y-bont meet Barry Town United. It will be a historic occasion for the home team, under the legendary Rhys Griffiths, as they play their first ever game in the national top division. All the action with Dylan Ebenezer, Wales assistant manager Osian Roberts, former Wales striker Malcolm Allen and Nic Parry. English language commentary is available with two decorated former Cymru Premier managers, Mark Jones and Tomi Morgan. Kick-off 8.00.
Chris Roberts' big loves are Caernarfon, Roxy the dog and creating epic food! In this series, he uses fantastic local products to create cool meals for family and friends. This time, Chris will cook a whole lamb with fire and smoke on his assador at the 'Good Life' festival in Flintshire and in Ysgubor Goch, Caernarfon - his biggest challenge to date! But will the Cofis and the hipsters love the lamb' Chris will also cook epic burgers with his mate Steff mate for the music crew Doniau Cudd.
From a poor background on Anglesey, he became one of the crucial people in the mission to send a man to the moon. That, in short, is the story of Tecwyn Roberts, one of the leading NASA scientists who played a central role in designing NASA's famous Mission Control Centre in Houston, Texas in the 60s, creating a NASA routing and communications network that enabled the world to see iconic images of Neil Armstrong walking on the moon. Comedian Tudur Owen traces Tecwyn's amazing history.
Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford lend a helping hand to a crew of family and friends who are organising a wedding in the Carmarthen area for local couple Elin and Steven. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark; with the crew having to organise the biggest day of their lives within a few weeks and on a budget of five thousand pounds!
Ffion Dafis's journey around some of the world's most iconic walls continues. Nearly 50 years since the island was split in two by a green line, the boundary still exists separating the Turkish Cypriots and the Greek Cypriots from each other. With the scars as painful today as ever, Ffion hears powerful stories from both sides about the effect of separation, and meets inspirational individuals who are calling for unity on the island of Cyprus.
A musical documentary film, a product of the imagination of musician Cian Ciarán - based on the legend of Rhys and Meinir, the most romantic and tragic love story in the Welsh language. Combining classical music, poetry, animation and archive film, the documentary presents a fresh and exciting interpretation of the legend. The worldwide première of Cian's first orchestral composition, Rhys a Meinir - performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales - was held in November 2016. Using a recording
Undoubtedly the toughest race in the 2019 series and arguably the toughest triathlon in Britain, this event begins with a swim in the freezing waters of the mountain lakes at Capel Curig. Then a massive 70 kilometre bike stage takes competitors on a tour of the most beautiful views in Snowdonia, but with the penalty of its most gruelling hills to be conquered on the way. The final 10 kilometre run takes the competitors' tired legs up and down Moel Siabod - an unforgiving mountain climb and desce
This year's 44th Castell Howell International Snowdon Race will be held on Saturday 20th July and this programme features highlights of the whole race. A race with open category and elite runners from all over the world challenging each other to be the first over the finish line. Some athletes will have their eye on breaking Kenny Stuart's long standing 1985 course record of 1 hour 2 minutes and 29 seconds. Could it happen this year'
The French Quarter Festival in New Orleans is America's largest free festival and the Band Pres Llareggub brass band has been invited to play - the only band from the United Kingdom to have the opportunity. New Orleans is the capital for American Jazz and Blues music and the crew get the opportunity to learn more about the music that has so influenced their sound, and to experience the colour and fun of the musical city on the Mississippi's banks.
In the first of a new series, Trystan Ellis-Morris and Emma Walford lend a helping hand to family and friends responsible for organising the wedding of Elliw and Steen in Ceredigion. The bride and groom are left completely in the dark about the arrangements and the crew have to organise the big day in just a few weeks and on a budget of £5,000! As it's a December wedding, the theme will have a festive feel - but will the bride and groom be happy with the decisions made on their behalf'