Iaith ar Daith: Joe Ledley has had a glittering career as an international footballer, but he's now setting himself the goal of learning Welsh, with the help of Dylan Ebenezer.
ALSO: Cymry ar Gynfas
FFIT Cymru: An opportunity to hear about the experiences of one of this year's FFIT Cymru leaders, the Reverend Dylan Parry who is originally from Caernarfon but now serves the Bridgend area.
ALSO: Cymry ar Gynfas
Cynefin - Llundain: Heledd Cynwal experiences an unique tradition that celebrates the trading link between Wales and London, as herds of sheep cross one of London's most iconic bridges.
ALSO: Sain Ffagan
DRYCH: Alex Humphreys: Epilepsi a Fi: Alex Humphreys is a familiar face to S4C viewers as one of the weather presenters. But only the people closest to her are aware that she is living with the epilepsy condition.
ALSO: Stadiymau'r Byd gyda Jason Mohammad
Y Sŵn: A bold, energetic film that tells the story of Gwynfor Evans' stance for the establishment of a Welsh-language television channel. Written by Roger Williams and directed by Lee Haven Jones.
Also: Sain Ffagan
Stadiymau'r Byd: In this new series with Jason Mohammad we visit some of the most impressive and innovative stadiums and playing fields around the world.
ALSO: Garddio a Mwy
Cynefin: Ffion Dafis joins the Cynefin team to discover some of Llandudno's hidden wonders
ALSO: Qatar: Cymru yn erbyn y byd
Teulu, Dad a Fi: Second episode of the series which delves into the roots of the family of Love Island star Connagh Howard and his father Wayne. This week, in Ireland.
ALSO: Ysgoloriaeth Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel 2022
Rownd a Rownd: An exciting new character has arrived in Glanrafon, the fictional village of the soap opera Rownd a Rownd.
ALSO: Noson Lawen Dyffryn Ogwen
Teulu, Dad a Fi: Series that digs deeper into the roots and heritage of Connagh Howard and his father Wayne in Ireland and Jamaica.
DRYCH: Meddwl yn wahanol
Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol: Gŵyl Dewi
Cân i Gymru: As Cân i Gymru 2023 approaches, it's time to announce the songs that have made it to the shortlist for Wales's most anticipated competition, with Elin Fflur and Trystan Ellis-Morris presenting on the night.
1. Stori'r Iaith: A brand new series in which four familiar faces take us on a journey through the history of the Welsh language and their unique relationship with the language. This week – Alex Jones.
Stori'r Iaith: A brand new series in which four familiar faces take us on a journey through the history of the Welsh language and their unique relationship with the language. This week – Lisa Jên.
6 February 2023
S4C and the Welsh Government's Cymraeg 2050 department are proud to announce a Memorandum of Understanding, working towards the goal of having one million Welsh speakers and doubling use of the language by the year 2050.
Stori'r Iaith: A brand new series in which four familiar faces take us on a journey through the history of the Welsh language and their unique relationship with the language. This week – Sean Fletcher.
Rygbi Cymru: Y Gêm yn y Gwaed: Former Wales First Minister Carwyn Jones takes us on a journey through the dramatic history of Welsh rugby.
Sgwrs Dan y Lloer: This time Elin Fflur talks to singer, composer, dancer, DJ, actress and presenter Gwenno Saunders.
Sgwrs Dan y Lloer: This time Elin Fflur talks to the journalist Bethan Rhys Roberts.
Yr Amgueddfa: Actor Steffan Cennydd talks about his role in S4C's new drama and the pleasures of filming in his home town.
Canu Gyda Fy Arwr: The new series presented by Rhys Meirion begins with one of the biggest names in Welsh music – Huw Chiswell.