• Want to lose weight and transform yourself? Entries open for the new series of FFIT Cymru

    15 January 2019

    A television programme which aims to transform the health and fitness of five people is accepting entries for the new series.

    Cwmni Da, the televison company which produces S4C's FFIT Cymru is encouraging people to put their names forward to be part of the next series, by visiting the website, s4c.cymru/ffitcymru, and clicking on the 'Apply Now' button.

  • New company to provide subtitling service

    S4C has announced that Cyfatebol has won the contract to provide the channel's subtitling service.

    Cyfatebol will provide English subtitles, including English subtitles for live programmes and those delivered close to time of broadcast and Welsh subtitles for S4C over the next four years.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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