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  • Cynefin


    Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Sion Tomos Owen will guide us along the shores of the Menai Straits, which separate Anglesey from the mainland. They will get up close and personal with the sea creatures that live in the Straits, and will recount the history of how man has crossed the water in this incredible corner of Wales.

  • Dan Do

    Dan Do

    Join Aled Samuel and Mandy Watkins as they travel across Wales looking at a variety of tasteful and interesting homes. In this programme we'll be featuring a farm house that has combined the old with the new, a beautiful Victorian house with an eclectic style, and a modern house that's full of colour and personality.

  • Cymru ar Ffilm

    Cymru ar Ffilm

    Beti George shares highlights from the BBC Wales archives - films that document the end of the traditional Welsh way of life and the birth of a new Wales.

  • Eryri: Pobol y Parc

    Eryri: Pobol y Parc

    A series about the people who live and work in Snowdonia National Park. Herding wild horses and looking for old bombs, kayaking and killing rhododendrons, protecting rare animals and snowboarding, all in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

  • Olion: Palu am Hanes

    Olion: Palu am Hanes

    Archaeologist Dr Iestyn Jones uncovers hidden secrets at sites around Wales that may change local history forever!

  • Pobol y Môr

    Pobol y Môr

    From first light at Pwynt Leinws to sunset on Llandudno Pier - a day at the seaside in the company of environmentalist Nia, boatman Stan, wild swimmer Carole and Pier shop owners Robin & Eira.

  • Sgwrs dan y Lloer

    Sgwrs dan y Lloer

    On this week's Sgwrs Dan y Lloer, Elin Fflur will be joined by broadcaster and composer Gareth Glyn. In front of a blazing fire in his Anglesey garden we hear about his Dad's influence on him, his college days at Oxford, a decades-long career on the radio and his great pride in becoming a grandfather. An episode that will warm your cockles on a chilly October evening.

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