Eisteddfod T: A chance to enjoy the new-style Urdd National Eisteddfod, a week-long competitive festival for young people that takes place digitally this year.
Merched yr Awr: A special musical program mixed with performances and documentary elements, which celebrates the music and contributions of four of the most influential women in the music world today.
Iaith ar Daith: The radio and TV presenter Adrian Chiles goes on a road trip to learn more about Welsh traditions – and to learn the language – with his mentor Steffan Powell.
Iaith ar Daith: The author and actor Ruth Jones goes on an emotional trip to learn Welsh with her mentor and friend Gillian Elisa.
35 Diwrnod: Parti Plu: A group of friends get together to celebrate a wedding of one of the gang – but there is a dark secret which threatens to cast a shadow over the big day. Brand new drama.
Iaith ar Daith: Five celebrities go on a road trip to learn Welsh. This brand-new series starts with Carol Vorderman and her language mentor weather presenter Owain Wyn Evans.
Fferm Ffactor Selebs: A tractor-full of some of Wales's best-known faces will be venturing into the farmyard for a brand-new series of Fferm Ffactor!
DRYCH: Dau Ffrind, Un Aren: How far would you be prepared to go to save your best friend's life? The story of two friends who have been on a difficult and emotional journey.
Cymry ar Gynfas: The musician and archaeologist Rhys Mwyn is the Welsh icon being portrayed by the mixed media artist Luned Rhys Parri.
Ysgol Ni: Maesincla: The amazing story of Alfie, a brave boy aged just 10 who is fighting against blood cancer but promises never to give up his fight.
Cymry ar Gynfas: Brand new series which brings together six Welsh icons with six artists in order to create six unique portraits.
Helo Syrjeri: A returning series following the staff and patients at Blaenau Ffestiniog's Health Centre during the cold winter months.
Cân i Gymru: It's that time of year again when some of the biggest talents in the world of Welsh pop battle it out for the Cân i Gymru title. Elin Fflur and Trystan Ellis Morris present the evening from the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
Ysgol Ni: Maesincla: For an entire year, cameras have been recording everyday life at a primary school in Caernarfon, a school where discussing emotions is just as important as reciting tables.
Corau Rhys Meirion: Rhys Meirion visits Pembrokeshire to discover if singing in a choir can help you learn the Welsh language.
Heno Nos Sadwrn: Good news for Heno fans! The popular magazine show will be broadcast on a Saturday night from 8 February as well as Monday to Friday.
DRYCH: Miss Universe: Will Emma Jenkins bring the Miss Universe crown back to Llanelli? We follow her journey from rural Carmarthenshire to the world's greatest beauty contest in Atlanta.
Chwe Gwlad 2020: We look forward to the Guinness 2020 Six Nations with Clwb Rygbi presenter Gareth Rhys Owen.
Pobol y Cwm - Ruth Jones: What brings the well-known actor and writer Ruth Jones to the streets of Cwmderi? Find out more about her experience on Pobol y Cwm.
Nyrsys: A new series which visits some of Wales's busiest hospitals and looks at the challenges facing nurses in Wales today.
Pobol y Cwm: Actor Mali Harries looks forward to portraying the challenges which lie ahead for her character Jaclyn Parri.
Heno Nos Galan: The Heno team will be looking back over the year in a special programme on S4C on New Year's Eve, with special guests, music and lots of fun.
Christmas 2019: Read our round-up of S4C's Christmas schedule - there is sure to be something to please everybody!
Ffoadur Maesglas FC: A short film available to view on S4C's online entertainment platform Hansh which follows Syrian refugees Muhunad and his son Shadi on an emotional journey from their new home in Aberystwyth to Manchester United's stadium.
Rownd a Rownd: Ceri Elen Morris is joining the cast of Rownd a Rownd and her character Fflur turns the lives of several of the other characters upside down.
Craith: Three young actors Annes Elwy (Mia Owen), Steffan Cennydd (Connor Pritchard) and Siôn Eifion (Lee Williams) answer questions about their characters and what it's like to work on such a challenging drama.
Junior Eurovision: Y Ffeinal: An interview with Erin Mai from Llanrwst before the grand final of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Poland, where she will be representing Wales.
Craith: DCI Cadi John is back with a new case to solve after an elderly man is found dead in his bath. Dark and shocking crime drama.
DRYCH: Aros am Aren: The truth behind the smile – a documentary film about the actor and comedian Iwan John who needs a new kidney to save his life.
DRYCH: Y Côr: A heart-warming and poignant film which documents the battle to keep Trelawnyd Male Voice Choir going.