Weekend programmes for youngsters: Heini, Guto Gwningen, Octonots, Peppa, Blero yn Mynd i Ocido, Halibalw, Loti Borloti, Olobobs, Da 'Di Dona, Rapsgaliwn.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini takes a look at a miner's life in the coalmines.
When Benja is especially impressed by Lili's cleverness, Guto mistakenly thinks they no longer need him in the gang. But when Lili and Benja get trapped in Mr Puw's garden Guto soon realises his friends need him more than ever!
Capten Cwrwgl's niece and nephew, Martha and Arthur, help their uncle to try to save three walrus pups on a drifting ice floe. Will the Capten be able to finally earn the Walrus Rescue Badge - the only badge he doesn't have?
Peppa and her friends and family are looking forward to a trip to the seaside where they can make sandcastles, but when they arrive at the beach there is too much snow!
Pero seeks help when Talfryn has a broken finger, so Blero and his friends save the day and discover bones are amazing.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
In this series we meet Loti Borloti in her magical Italian restaurant. With the help of her magical pasta machine and members of 'Team Loti' she gives a helping hand to many children in need. This week Loti Borloti is called to Twm's home. He refuses to eat vegetables and try new foods, so Loti explains to him the importance of eating healthy if he wants to be a strong and successful football player. She shows Twm how to cook a healthy pizza using special ingredients, and they enjoy tasting it.
When Groan Up tries on some roller skates the Olobobs have to create King Jelly to provide a soft landing.
Come and join Dona Direidi as she tries her hand at all sorts of different jobs. Today she's going to work at a bakery with Geraint.
A series for young children with Rapsgaliwn - 'The world's greatest rapper- in gold he's so dapper'.
Great programmes for the weekend: Pat a Stan, Y Dyfnfor, Tref a Tryst, Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Chwarter Call, Kung Fu Panda, Lois yn erbyn Anni!
Pat and Stan - two fun-loving mates who manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures!
Ant and Fontaine are sure they can control some young fans visiting the Aronnax. But when they have to rescue a whale calf, success depends on them and all the hyperactive kids working well together. What could go wrong?
Join Tref, the mischievous dog and his best friend, Trystan for more fun and competitions.
Dwynwen can't cope with being outside the Zoo.
Tudur, Mari, Hanna and Jack are back with more fun in the comedy sketch show. With new characters and a few old favourites there will plenty of smiles, silliness and laughter!
Po and Mantis visit a unique festival, against Shiffw's explicit orders. They both have experiences which get out of hand, with poor Mantis having a close shave.
Learning to cheerlead with Caergybi Dance crew is today's challenge for Anni and Lois.
To many historians, Llywelyn ap Iorwerth was the greatest of the Welsh Medieval Princes. He was a military leader and a diplomat who was determined to modernise his kingdom. The remains of his castles are still seen today in places such as Dolwyddelan. First shown in 2006.
Another chance to see Iolo Williams and the late Hywel Teifi Edwards walking along the scars left by the trenches of the First World War that stretch from the North Sea coast, through Belgium and France to Switzerland. The Great War took the lives of 35,000 Welshmen and Iolo and Hywel visit the sites of all the major conflicts. Today, they travel to the town of Amiens on the banks of the River Somme to remember some of the War's bloodiest conflicts.
This time Beca cooks up an Italian feast for the people of Cardigan. Beca will bake two pizzas, a classic Margherita and a luscious garlic and prawn pizza, before heading out to sea to catch local brown crab for her super simple, yet tasty linguine. TV and radio presenter Dot Davies will be helping Beca to prepare a classic Italian dish 'fritto misto' and will also be judging the baking competition. As usual, drinks expert Arwel Owen will have a selection of Italian wines on hand to complement
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits Meirion Evans, Gwynfaes, Cynwyl Elfed, Carmarthen. This is the home of the famous stallion, Gwynfaes Culhwch; who won the George Prince of Wales Cup in 2002.
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In this programme, Aled will visit Elfed Williams' ambitious garden on Anglesey where he's created a Tudor parterre. Emba Wimbush will guide Aled around her family's eco garden in an eco-village outside Crymych; and Aled will be entertained in Marc and Diane's historic garden in Coytrahen, where they sometimes hold jazz concerts for friends and family.
Alun is at the Winter Fair finding out more about the market for red meat in Wales. Daloni is at Tyddyn Cae farm in Pwllheli visiting a family with a new milking system and we'll catch up with young famers who took part in the Menter Moch Cymru scheme. It's time to judge the pig carcasses at the Winter Fair.
This week we follow a crew from Pembrokeshire to the town of Ypres in Belgium to take part in the Menin Gate Armistice Day Service. It's an emotional time too for the Rees family of Midway Motors as they prepare for a Vintage Show to commemorate Wyndham and Stanley Rees who established the business 60 years ago. And Richard Brothers make a large investment as they buy a new bus for a new service in West Wales.
In the final programme of the series, the students are now dealing with patients with more challenging symptoms. In Bangor, Jess and Rhodri are working in the A&E department and dealing with someone who has fallen out of a tree.
Another chance to see this documentary following the recent death of John Albert Jones. The weather was treacherous late on Saturday night, 9 February 1963. It had been one of the worst winters for decades with snowdrifts blocking many roads. The conditions however did not deter three young Welshmen who were heading for Bala. On the face of it they seemed distinctly different. Emyr Llewelyn was a university student and a member of a distinguished literary family from Cardigan - 'Bois y Cilie'.
This series looks at the world of horses in modern day Wales and is presented by Brychan Llyr and David Oliver. In this episode, we will be following a busy and successful few months with the Jones family of Menai Stud near Llandysul. The stud is a familiar name in the Welsh pony and cob world and is a successful family business. Brychan helps Peter and his family out when preparing the horses for the Royal Welsh Show and David joins the family when they compete at the Horse of the Year Show in
In this 2016 series Jude Cisse, the WAG from Anglesey, introduces us to her colourful life as she relaxes with friends. In this programme, she goes on holiday to Mallorca and stays in a fashionable house by the sea. She spends her time sunbathing, jewellery shopping and drinking champagne with friends on a luxury boat!
Ifor ap Glyn travels the world tracing the history of the toilet. Today, he visits Roman latrines in Spain and a 130 year old working toilet at the House of Lords in Westminster. First shown in 2012.
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Goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams takes us on a journey to three places of personal significance in today's programme. Firsly, Owain returns to his home village of Penygroes to where his footballing career began - some goal posts made from pieces of scaffolding in the family's back garden. Owain's second location is the coastal village of Trefor in North Wales, where he and his brothers spent many an afternoon fishing in the bay. The beach holds many memories of summers there with his family. We tra
In this Christmas show, opera singer and presenter Wynne Evans performs a selection of the nation's best-loved carols and Christmas songs. He will be joined by a studio full of guests who will perform with Wynne in this musical show full of fun and Christmas cheer.
The robin, mistletoe, yew and pine trees, holly and ivy are all connected to Christmas. But how did these associations come about? In a special festive programme, Iolo Williams uncovers the wild nature of Yuletide. The most conspicuous winter plants and animals play a role in many of the traditions including Father Christmas and his reindeer, feasting on wild goose, collecting cranberries and nuts and decorating the house and tree. But Christmas past was not a safe period for wildlife; the red s
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Classic comedy drama series following Bryncoch United's football team. In this episode, the team's tactics - laying dirty - grab the attention of the local press, Radio Cymru and the FA. How will Arthur Picton react? The FAW's Head of Public Affairs, Ian Gwyn Hughes, features in this programme from the archives.
Eilir Jones presents an evening full of laughter and music to an appreciative audience from the Bryn Terfel Theatre in Bangor in the first of the new series. With Alys Williams and her new band, Elgan Llyr, Sioned Terry, Mei Emrys, Merin Lleu Caradog, Cadi Gwen, Cor Canwy and Cari Lovelock.
Highlights from the Cerdd Dant Festival held this year in Llandysul. Join Nia Roberts as she looks back at this unique one-day cultural event.
Tudur Owen performs stand up on stage at the Richard Burton Theatre in Cardiff.
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