The entire series by Hanna Jarman & Mari Beard is now available to watch on Hansh's YouTube channel!
True crime podcast obsessed Carys is single for the first time since growing boobs. 27 and forced to move back into her parents' house she finds herself back where she was 10 years ago - no job, no boyfriend and no idea what's going to happen next.
Following the argument with Kylie, Kay carries on as if nothing had happened and both her and Ken are shocked when they realise that Kylie was serious about moving out. Despite the fact that she is expecting his baby, Sophie is finding it hard to spend time with Dylan a he is beginning to notice, which in turn puts Mel in an awkward position. As Iestyn is still struggling Gwenno reaches the end of her tether and decides to take an unexpected step in order to save their relationship.
A hero from Stradey to the Arms Park and national and international rugby grounds beyond Wales, Ray o'r Mynydd, to give him his bardic name, was a commentator, broadcaster, actor and nationalist, fully deserving of his place among the greats of the nation. Gareth Bale's breathtaking performance of Owen Thomas' brilliant script, translated into Welsh by the poet T James Jones, celebrates the life of an icon on the occasion of his 70th birthday.
The family living at Ty Crwn appears to be normal - Hari, 15, Meg, 13 and Enfys, who's 7. But they're harbouring a big secret. The children are living alone, without their parents. Apart from some occasional cover-ups to hide their situation the children live happily enough! But their world is about to be turned upside down, when a businessman moves into the area and takes a fancy to their home, with the intention of demolishing it and building a five star hotel on the site. When he discovers