A famous face chooses three places of personal significance.
Bedwyr Rees goes in pursuit of the stories behind some of the place names along the Pembrokeshire coast.
Following the RNLI Porthdinllaen lifeboat crew.
From Montgomery to Budapest, poet Twm Morys traces the story of a poem every child in Hungary can recite from memory; a poem which symbolises freedom for the people of Hungary - but a poem with a strong Welsh connection. Twm Morys has translated the poem into Welsh and it has been set to music by Karl Jenkins.
A series following the Wern Vets practice in North East Wales as they help animals large and small to live healthy lives.
Homes and architecture in the Welsh countryside.
Dai Jones, Llanilar meets individuals and families living and working in rural Wales.
Remembering people of note through chat and archive film.
Six part series looking at the effects of immigration from England on the way of life in Welsh speaking communities.
In a searing polemic, historian Hywel Williams punctures the preconceptions the Welsh have cherished that Wales is a nation based on the 'community'. From where has this notion sprung? And is it all just a self-destructive cliché the Welsh have accepted and internalised? In his own unique style Hywel will interweave polemic, archive, music, and poetry to deconstruct this idea in a manner which is both excoriating and humorous in an intellectual tour de force that is bound to fire debate and raise uncomfortable questions.
A look through recent items shown on Heno or Prynhawn Da of particular interest to Welsh learners.
Rhys Meirion sings new arrangements of popular duets with famous Welsh singers and visits locations around Wales of personal importance to his guests.
Series following a year in the life of young doctors training at Cardiff University.
Derwyn Jones meets the world's tallest man in Turkey.
Countryside and farming magazine.
Gardening and nature series with Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards in the company of Meinir Gwilym.
Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.
Naturalist Iolo Williams travels across Northern America and Canada to live side by side with members of its native communities. He immerses himself in the lives of six different communities to learn more about their history, spiritual beliefs, and language while finding out how they live today in the modern world.
James Lusted is a little man with a huge personality. He has many impressive achievements to his name, despite the fact that he is only 3 feet 7 inches tall. We accompany James and his family on a personal story of strength and determination, to hear first hand how he has conquered every challenge presented to him by his medical condition. We join James for a particularly testing challenge, as he embarks on rehearsals for his big part as a dwarf in the Christmas panto, 'Snow White'. This is a dream come true for James and a big chance to make his size matter!
A powerful and moving film authored by 18 year old twins Kirstie and Catherine Fields from Llanelli, the only people in the world with Fields Condition. Gradually, this devastating illness has confined them to their wheelchairs and rendered speech impossible. Communicating through speech aids for the first time, they tell their remarkable story of their bravery and humour.
This programme tells the story of Meinir Siencyn, 34, who found out she had breast cancer in May 2013. We follow her from the initial days of her diagnosis through to the essential chemotherapy sessions and surgery. We get to know her and her partner Ems as the two of them learn to adapt to the massive changes in their lives. This is a moving story of a unique individual and a determined couple as they face cancer together.
Dr. Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales, looks at Gerald of Wales' battle to become the first Archbishop of Wales in the 12th century.
A chance to discover the peninsula of Pen Llyn with author and minister Harri Parri as he travels around his childhood home.
Series placing family stories under the microscope.
Series looking at the Rhondda and its people with local boy Siôn Tomos Owen.
Magazine series including features on fashion, style, antiques and cookery.
The tonguetwister "Rowliodd Lowri lawr yr allt" is difficult enough to say at the best of times, but even harder for those who can't pronounce their 'r's. We will examine this phenomenon as we hear from various individuals about their experiences. We'll follow one famous 'r'er in particular as he visits a speech therapist to try to cure the impediment. As well as hearing from numerous famous sufferers of the impediment we will be asking what causes the problem. Laziness? A genetic condition? Or maybe even the dialect and accent of a certain area? First shown in 2012.
Dewi Pws visits some of Wales's most interesting pubs.
Dewi 'Pws' Morris visits pubs around Wales to meet the locals and learn some local history.
Current affairs series with stories from around Wales and around the world.
Join us on a journey into the cosmos as we attempt to find out how the universe works.
A documentary following a Gwynedd man as he sets himself the ultimate challenge - to survive in the great outdoors in his local area of Porthmadog for 5 days and 5 nights. Carwyn Jones lives in a terraced house and works 9 til 5 but whenever he has the chance, he gets out of town and hunts, fishes and forages for his supper in the wild. This observational documentary is a testament to Carwyn's character as he pushes himself to the absolute limit - both physically and emotionally.
Series following Karen Pritchard and the youngsters at her dance school over a year.