First broadcast in 1982, Noson Lawen has proved to be successful with an audience of all ages. The different weekly acts are often described as traditional entertainment, whether they were singers, choirs, musicians or comedians. By paying tribute to their Welsh roots, the audience used to sit on straw bales with acts performing on a typical farm trailer.
Over the years, the look and feel of the series has changed dramatically. The audience these days sit on comfortable seats, the sets are contemporary but the heart of the series still beats strongly. Noson Lawen is recorded at various centres all over Wales and have offered an early stage to some of the biggest talents in Wales including Bryn Terfel, Connie Fisher and Katherine Jenkins.
Pedair performs their artful arrangement of a traditional Welsh song titled 'Cân y Crwtyn Gwartheg'.
Sam Ebenezer performs 'Nwy yn y Nen' on Noson Lawen, a gem song from the 70s.
Aelwyd Pantycelyn students ensemble performs an arrangement of a song by Gwilym Bowen Rhys titled 'Garth Celyn'.
Welsh Whisperer entertains the Noson Lawen with one of his cult status songs - 'Ni'n Beilo Nawr'.
Pedair present a song by singer and songwriter Meinir Gwilym – a longing for a better world after the dark days of the 2020 lockdown.
Steffan Rees sings about the Plumlumon roadside rock adorned with the 60s painted 'Elvis'.