A series following the work of Hywel Dda Health Board's community nurses in the west throughout the pandemic. In the fifth programme, we follow Aelwen who is a healthcare assistant in Pembrokeshire dealing mainly with very sick patients, and also follow Sharon, a midwife in the Ammanford area, who helps Jessica to give birth to her second child at home.
Emma Walford and Trystan Ellis-Morris help a group from a special charity called 'Seren' in Blaenau Ffestiniog to renovate a garden. With the help of skilled designer Gwyn Eiddior and with only £5000, the two presenters roam the community looking for enthusiastic volunteers and local companies to help with the project. Tens of people and tons of materials will be needed to complete the project but even then, will it be possible to complete the ambitious plan over the weekend'
Highlights of the 2022 Welsh Singers Competition from Dora Stoutzker Hall, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. 5 enthusiastic young singers will compete for the title - Dafydd Allen, Erin Gwyn Rossington, Kieron-Connor Valentine, Jessica Robinson and Osian Wyn Bowen. We will get to know the five as they aim to represent Wales in the World Cup of classical music singing - Cardiff Singer of the Year 2023. Heledd Cynwal and Elin Manahan Thomas present.
39 years since it was composed, Dafydd Iwan and the song Yma o Hyd has reached number 1 and is on its way with the fans to the World Cup in Qatar. A special documentary that has followed Dafydd and the song's special journey with the fans and players of the national football team since the first performance in the game against Austria back at the beginning of the year. We learn about the history of the song along with the journey it has been on over the last 8 months in reaching number 1 in the