S4C
Menu

Navigation

Press

  • Network premiere of Huw Stephens’ Anorac

    25 March 2019

    A film about Welsh music starring presenter Huw Stephens is to be given its first television screening on S4C.

  • Prosiect Z wins RTS award

    S4C's horrifying adventure series for Young people, Prosiect Z has won an RTS (Royal Television Society) award in the best children's programme category.

    The game series Prosiect Z produced by Boom Cymru follows a group of school children as they complete task to escape from the school without the 'Zeds' – zombies who have a virus that can endanger the world!

  • We Share the Passion: S4C unbeatable on Welsh sport

    17 March 2019

    2019 has already provided some wonderful sporting memories and S4C's unrivalled coverage will give viewers the best access to Welsh athletes competing on the world stage.

  • FFIT Cymru hits the classroom to launch children’s health campaign

    13 March 2019

    Making the right lifestyle choices a habit during childhood can lead to a happy and healthy life. That is the message of a new campaign led by S4C health transformation series FFIT Cymru, which is being shared with primary schools across Wales.

  • One step closer to Central Square

    On Monday (25 February 2019) 34 S4C technical staff will transfer to the employment of the BBC. This is the latest step as the channel prepares for co-location with the BBC in Central Square, Cardiff at the beginning of 2020. From then the BBC will be responsible for broadcasting and distributing S4C content, on television and online. The BBC will also be responsible for the remainder of S4C's technical infrastructure.

  • Dai looks forward to a new series of Cefn Gwlad

    Following treatment before Christmas, Dai Jones is back on our screens and looking forward to a brand new series of Cefn Gwlad on Tuesday, 19 February on S4C.

    As he continues to recover at home in Llanilar, Dai will have the chance to look back at some of the memorable characters he has met over 35 years of introducing Cefn Gwlad on S4C.

  • New partnership between S4C and Mudiad Meithrin

    S4C and Mudiad Meithrin have announced a brand new partnership to share their commitment to creating opportunities to use, enjoy and hear the Welsh Language.

    The main objective and purpose of Mudiad Meithrin's work is to offer the chance for every young child in Wales to take advantage of early years services and experiences through the medium of Welsh.

  • Megan wins T Glynne Davies Scholarship

    S4C has announced that postgraduate student Megan Davies has won the channel's T Glynne Davies Scholarship for 2018-19.

    Megan, 23, originally from Pontarddulais near Swansea, is currently a student following the MA Broadcast Journalism course at Cardiff University's School of Journalism, Media and Culture.

  • S4C now available in HD on Virgin Media Channel 166

    Virgin Media TV customers can now enjoy S4C programmes in stunning high definition, just in time for the 6 Nations Rugby Championships.

    As part of a renewed partnership between S4C and Virgin Media, Virgin's TV customers can now tune in to S4C's huge range of content, and view S4C programmes in excellent HD quality.

  • Production news

Can’t find what you’re looking for?