Dic Jones won the Chair in the Patagonia Eisteddfod in 1965. The chair followed Dic back to Wales on a ship two years later. Before his death, Dic promised the Chair would return to Patagonia to Luned Gonzalez and in this programme we follow its journey home.
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits various farms, places and rural events in Wales.
Over the past twenty years China has developed from one of the earth's poorest nations to one with a burgeoning economy, growing faster than any other country in the world.
Dylan Iorwerth tells the stories of three Welsh women who were part of the Spanish Civil War from its beginning in 1936 to the very end in 1939. He will follow their journeys from the Basque Country across the Pyrenees, to Catalunya and France. These three women have more or less been forgotten in Wales, but their story is only part of the bigger picture. Thousands of others were killed and forgotten but now, a new discovery means there is hope their memory will live on. This 80 year old story has great resonance today.
Dudley Newbery cooks on location around Wales.
Country and farming magazine including features on all aspects of agriculture and rural life.
Countryside and farming magazine.
Gardening and nature series with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards in the company of Meinir Gwilym.
Series following seven women in Llangefni as they organise the town Carnival.
Singer Gwawr Edwards was born into a farming family in Bethania, Cardiganshire. Music runs in the family as her father Dafydd is a popular tenor and her sister Menna an accompanist. So it's no surprise that Gwawr chose a career in singing. 2015 was a special one for Gwawr. With her career going from strength to strength, she also became a mother for the first time. To top it all, Gwawr was invited to sing in The North American Festival of Wales in Columbus, Ohio. This was no ordinary invitation; it had huge personal significance for Gwawr. At the beginning of the 19th Century almost every member of the Edwards family emigrated to Ohio. The trip therefore provided an opportunity for Gwawr to follow in her ancestors' footsteps and introduce Nel to the Ohio clan.
Professor Siwan Davies leaves her laboratory in Swansea University, where she is a scientist researching historic climate change, to visit Greenland to see what is happening in the current climate change. 5-part series.
Six-part documentary series looking at the notion of 'Family' in modern Wales.
Archaeologist Dr Iestyn Jones uncovers hidden secrets at sites around Wales that may change local history forever!
Dewi Llwyd chairs the discussion show where four panelists answer questions from the audience.
A round up of the arts in Wales.
As the National Eisteddfod visits the area for the first time in over a century, join Twm Morys as he travels from the Black Mountains to Abergavenny. The poet and musician will be re-visiting the area where he lived as a teenager, challenging the views of some academics about the Welsh language and meeting up with historians, poets, musicians and a group of Welsh schoolchildren along the way.
Gwion Lewis talks to prominent Welsh people about their lives and what has influenced them.
Highlights of events at the Literary Pavilion at the 2015 National Eisteddfod.
In this crime series, Mali Harries learns about the work of Wales' detectives and reveals the secrets of some of their most harrowing cases.