Programmes for younger viewers: Heini, Guto Gwningen, Octonots, Peppa, Llan-ar-goll-en, Meic y Marchog, Digbi Draig, Sblij a Sbloj, Sam Tan, Cacamwnci.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme "Heini" has fun playing golf and tennis.
When Guto forgets to get his mother a present for Mother's Day, his hurried attempts to put things right lead to adventure.
After Cregynnog and Harri crash their Gups, they team up with a Moray Eel and Grouper fish to pick up the pieces.
Peppa decides that only the girls are allowed to play in her tree house, so Grandad Pig has to build a special place for the boys.
Mrs Tomos has decided to leave Llan-ar-goll-en and the villagers ar broken-hearted. Is there any way to persuade her to stay?
Meic has Pa Troll help him sniff out a Troll Treat for a Troll Treat Pie - but doesn't split it with him as he's supposed to. When Pa comes to the castle, looking for his half, Meic learns that a good knight always shares!
Betsi is having a spelling test with Spellbook today. Digbi and Cochyn think she might need a little help!
During today's programme, the monsters are busy helping at the office - and somehow manage to lose the letter 'y'!
A large turtle has been spotted off the coast of Pontypandy, causing lots of excitement. Sam, Ben and Steele are in Neptune waiting for Mandy and Norman. They are late so the three have to leave without them. Mandy is angry with Norman but she notices a rowing boat so she and Norman start looking for the turtle with Norman rowing. They get into difficulties when the weather changes. Will someone rescue them?
Plenty of laughs in this comedy for pre-school children, full of sketches, jokes and fun!
A live show for youngsters on Saturday mornings. Today's shows are: Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Boom!, Larfa and Hendre Hurt.
Dwynwen can't cope with being outside the Zoo.
The science series returns with some adventurous experiments. Today, we'll discover how and why the body produces diarrhoea and the boys will compete in a climbing race with a twist.
Things in the Kitchen make great sounds. Yellow and the crew bang out some beats, then it gets weird.
A programme for young people which imagines what farm animals get up to when we turn our backs!
In the middle of the North Atlantic, at the edge of the Arctic Circle, lies an island on the knife edge of the world. Catrin Dafydd travels to the island to meet the people who live with whatever nature throws at them.
Comics, faggots and scooters - just some of the things Sion Tomos Owen puts on his map of the Rhondda this week. He visits Trealaw to see Anthony Bollard's amazing cave and calls in a festival at the Lion in Treorchy where he talks to the owner Adrian Emmett. We meet a man who producers thousands of faggots in Tylorstown and see Sion enjoying his favourite ice cream in the valley. We also visit a comic shop in Penygraig and meet one of the Rhondda's hidden heroes, scooter star Gary Bendwr.
All beds are taken on Ward Dewi today as the hospital prepares for the half-term holidays.
Author and presenter Bethan Gwanas travels back to the remote village of Gbara in Nigeria, to meet some of her former pupils she taught there with the VSO. First shown in 2010.
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Dai Jones, Llanilar enjoys rural game pursuits in the Dyfi Valley - fishing and shooting with warden Gareth Dixon, Penegoes. We also hear about the controversial flooding of a community to build Llyn Clywedog fifty years ago. Meleri Williams joins a group of Bala youngsters learning to tie fishing flies and Ioan Doyle learns how to train working dogs with Welsh captain Alan Rees, Drefach. Plus, the latest adventutres of Elis Morris, a city boy who's set his heart on the rural way of life.
Actor John Pierce Jones and presenter and comedian Dilwyn Morgan have arrived in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull without their yacht, Mystique, which is in need of repair in Bangor, Northern Ireland. They charter a boat - the Lotus - to continue their journey around the Scottish Coast but Dilwyn is not sure if John can sail this much larger yacht. However, they sail to the small harbour of Camas where John meets some Welsh compatriots.
West End star Gillian Elisa takes time out from the stage to set off home to Wales with her two dogs, Jessie and Bessie. They are on a light-hearted mission to discover just what makes Welsh dog lovers tick. Unexpected events turn the journey into a very personal one.
Today, Ifor ap Glyn will travel to Felinfach to show an archive film of the area to the locals, before enlisting the help of a group of young farmers to make a new film. Will they succeed, and what will the reaction be? First shown in 2009.
This programme follows the stories of four women during the Great War - a nurse in Manchester, a worker at the ammunitions factory in Pembrey; a clippie on the buses in Swansea and a V.A.D. who went to work in France. Elen Phillips traces the history of clothes before 1914, the introduction of trousers into women's wardrobes and the influence the war had on women's fashion.
Weekend news and sport.
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Join Dylan Ebenezer and the team for a Saturday evening JD Welsh Premier League clash at Cyncoed between the struggling students and the Champions elect (Kick-off, 7.00). A superb first half of the season saw many tip Cardiff Met as potential dark horses for the title. However, results have been disappointing so far in 2018. The New Saints' joy at lifting the Nathaniel MG Cup in January was tempered by the semi-final defeat in the Irn-Bru Cup last month. English commentary available.
Highlights of Bryn Fon's concert at the 2013 Denbigh and District National Eisteddfod Pavilion. See Bryn and his band perform a collection of their classic hits as well as a short acoustic set featuring Rhys Parry on guitar and John Williams on piano. Also, guest appearances by young singer songwriters Ynyr Llwyd and Casi Wyn.
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With Wales set to face Italy on Sunday, join Jonathan, Nigel and Sarra for more rugby banter and fun challenges. Tonight's guests are Welsh Whisperer and Gillian Elisa.