With the recent launch of the S4C autumn schedule of programmes, and fundamental changes to the schedule coming in to force, it's an exciting time for the Channel.
Among the recent changes is the launch of Clwb, a new sports service which includes a packed Sunday afternoon show with live football and rugby along with coverage of a variety of other sports and discussions on the week's top stories.
But what do you think about S4C’s programmes and the services it offers?
An S4C Viewers’ Evening will take place on Wednesday evening, 17 September, at 7:00pm in Ruthin Rugby Club.
Viewers will have an opportunity to give their feedback on S4C programmes and services and to share their thoughts about what they would like to see on the channel in the future.
There will be a chance to meet and discuss with S4C’s Chief Executive, Ian Jones, and the Chairman of the S4C Authority, Huw Jones.
As well as the launch of Clwb, the past few weeks have seen many new series kicking off on the channel. Among them is the new baking series Becws with The Great British Bake Off contestant Beca Lyne-Pirkins; the new entertainment show for Saturday nights, Llwyfan; and a second series of Tyfu Pobl, following pupils at Denbigh's Ysgol Twm o'r Nant, and Ysgol Brynhyfryd, Ruthin, among others, as they attempt to grow their own vegetables for the first time.
The Viewers’ Evening is an opportunity to share your views on these programmes or any other element of S4C’s service.
Light refreshments will be available on the night, a loop system and translation equipment will also be provided.
For further information contact the S4C Viewers’ Hotline on 0870 600 4141 or email@example.com