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Iaith ar Daith is back on the road for a brand-new series as six new celebrities go on the journey of a lifetime to learn Welsh. Taking part in this year's series are Joe Ledley, Adam Jones, Jessica Hynes, Aleighcia Scott, Neet Mohan and Jayde Adams.
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A series that looks at various situations that can cause worry to a small child; and how to ease those worries through singing, chatting and a lot of laughter! The feeling of being nervous is in question in Misho today, and Ola Ola makes it very difficult for a small child to attend Sports Day.
FFASIWN DREFN - PROGRAMME 4 In this series presenter Lara Catrin and professional organiser Gwenan Rosser will be sorting wardrobes and bedrooms all over Wales. 'A place for everything and everything in its place' is the aim. This week we'll be decluttering and transforming Meinir Williams Jones's wardrobe at her home in Anglesey.
Jason Mohammad presents the brand new Sporting Quiz show where brains meets brawn, Pen/Campwyr. Tirion, Kelsey and Morgan represent Swansea University Rugby Team as they answer sporting questions to gain an advantage against Welsh rugby hero James Hook in a series of virtual sporting challenges, to win a cash prize.
Series following Marian and Rob Evans from Llansteffan, who bought a farmhouse with land, a forest and a Norman castle. In the final episode, after a two year wait, we will see the first ever official wedding at Llansteffan Castle. Also, Ffion and Catrin have a taste of beekeeping, and we will hear about Marian's grand plans for the future of the farm and her businesses.
In this programme Meinir is re-designing parts of the garden in Pant y Wennol. Over in Pont y T¿r Sioned plants an interesting variety of catmint in the Italian garden, while Helen learns how they've dealt with box blight in Aberglasney. Rhys on the other hand discusses how they deal with white onion rot in the allotment.
Efan is still having great difficulty dealing with things, and with Llyr setting off for a business trip, he feels more unsteady than ever and the task of hiding his awful secret weighs heavily on his mind. Caitlin's world is turned upside down once again as her romantic bubble is popped by some unexpected news. Mair is still suffering following her mother's behaviour and she is extremely embarrassed. Sophie receives a telling off which is extremely embarrassing for her, and before the end of th
The big moment has arrived - the final weight-loss and transformation reveal for our Leaders with Lisa Gwilym, their families and friends. This is a celebration of their weight-loss journey over the last two months, supported every step of the way by our four experts. But the journey continues - how will they be in 6 months' Keep following their journey #ffitcymru
The doors are open once again in the first episode of a new series. Caris Bowen wants to thank someone special who supported her during difficult times as a teenager, and Peter Jones, asks for help, as he looks for his biological father. Chris Schoen from Penygroes welcomes Arleen from the USA to the hotel, where a special ceremony is prepared to commemorate the bravery of Chris' grandparents during WWII.
Repeat to mark International Womens Day. Some of history's most interesting figures, more often than not, women, are people who are in the shadows. Eirys Edwards, the wife of Sir Ifan ab Owen Edwards, who founded the Urdd was one of those people. As the Urdd celebrates its centenary, Mari Emlyn is on the trail of her grandmother Eirys' story.
Following an explosion by the KKK at a church in Birmingham, Alabama in '63 - where four children were killed - Welsh glass artist John Petts designed a window portraying Jesus as a black man. The window was installed in the church in '64 and named the 'Wales Window'. In 2022, the Urdd celebrates its centenary, and wants to resume the historic relationship between Wales and Alabama, as the Urdd's new choir travels there to partner with the University of Alabama gospel choir in Birmingham.
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 visiting an Edwardian house with a unique style in Bow Street, a beautiful old farmhouse near Llandeilo and a Welsh mansion that looks like a French chateux in the Swansea Valley.
Former dentist Matt York has landed a job in North Wales with Public Health Wales. This means that he, with his partner Robbie who is Deaf, are looking for a new home. Their host, Janine Hall, originally from England, moved to Blaenau Ffestiniog six years ago and has learned Welsh. Topics explored will include lack of affordable housing, airbnbs, diversity, disability and how easy is it to integrate into a small community.
With the Welsh property market on the rise, the role of the estate agent has become an incredibly busy one over the last two years. In this new series, we'll be following both fresh and familiar faces, as they navigate this tricky world of buying and selling. We join Ian Wyn-Jones as he shows a young couple, hoping to buy their first home, around a house on an estate in Caernarfon. Iestyn Leyshon is in for a treat when he visits a period property in Snowdonia National Park and Marc Morrish and L
In this episode, the journey continues to find a new name in the world of photography in Wales. The theme this week is 'fur and feathers' - a chance for competitors to meet special animals of all kinds, from the beloved to the unexpected. But who will manage to choose and take the best photo and who will leave the series'
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.
In the last programme of the series, Catrin Haf Jones and her panel of guests respond to the chaos in Ely following the death of two young boys there on Monday night. We hear the latest about the challenges facing the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board, and Gwern Gwynfil from Yes Cymru is here to chat about the recent campaigning.
Gareth the Orangutan presents Gareth!, his long-awaited television showcase where Gareth and his house-band, HMS Morris, host a variety of famous guests for a chats, games and a song. In this episode Gareth interviews actor and impersonator, Geraint Rhys Edwards along with pop star and Children's Poet Laureate of Wales, Casi Wyn.
Chapter 3: we drive north to a county that is a cross-section of mountains, forests and coast - Wicklow, Chill Mhantáin - considered the garden of Ireland. The family drives through the mountains singing a few local songs as they pass Lugnaquilla mountain, the highest mountain outside county Kerry. The family ventures to climb a huge new wooden tower in the Avondale house that was home to the politician Charles Stewart Parnell before learning about nature's spirituality from Shaman Hilary Healy.
Jason Mohammad journeys around some of the world's greatest and most iconic sports stadiums. In the first programme, Jason looks at stadiums that are examples of cutting-edge design and Technology, including the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Estadio Municipal de Braga, the Yanqing National Sliding Centre, the Aga Khan Stand, and the Sapporo Dome.
In the last episode of the series, our 3 creative designers - Gwyn Eiddior, Mandy Watkins and Carwyn Lloyd Jones face the challenge of transforming 3 spaces in a home near Cricieth. As always, the family have no idea of the designs. The designers have different budgets to work from -so who knows what the result will be' Will our make-over team succeed in transforming an old house into a new pad'
Following the recent documentary Bois y Rhondda, this series will follow the adventures of the young people of the Rhondda Valley as they adapt to the new world and face the challenges of life. In a warm series full of humour and tears, we take a look at the complexities of modern society, and the struggles that a younger generation faces when there are very few opportunities in the area where they grew up.
'Dyfodol i Dewi' explores comedian Eleri Morgan's moral struggle with bringing a baby into an uncertain world, due to climate change. Having vowed never to have a child of her own, because of the huge carbon footprint of Western babies, Eleri now finds herself with a shock pregnancy and 6 months to find ways to have a more eco friendly baby, and find some positivity about the future.
For the first time ever, the men's and women's rugby teams are competing in the World Deaf Rugby Championship in Argentina. Although they faced challenges, on and off the field, Deaf Rugby Wales were determined to overcome the difficulties and return home as double World Cup Champions.
This is the story of Terry, a student from Blaenau Ffestiniog and his bid to become a radio DJ. To succeed he'll have to overcome some real and personal challenges. Along the way we'll meet his family and friends and his heroes like radio DJ Ifan Jones Evans. This is Terry's story in his own words ¿ an extraordinary young man, with additional learning needs, who's determined to push the boundaries in every way.
Nant Conwy - an area rich in culture and natural wealth where several valleys and villages combine to create an interesting area for the team to discover. Heledd will dig, Ffion will learn more about the area's connections with the National Eisteddfod, Iestyn will follow the river to its source and Sion will tell the tale of one of the area's famous bridges.
One of Europe's flattest marathon courses that welcomes elite runners and recreational runners to the banks of the River Usk and the plains of Gwent. Lowri Morgan and Rhodri Gomer will guide us through the highlights of the 4th edition of the ABP Newport Wales Marathon and 10km.
Saint Fagan Museum reveals more of its treasures and stories. It's the busiest day of the year at the Musuem as thousands of visitors arrive to enjoy the annual food festival. While the 100-year-old slates on the Vulcan hotel need replacing and the stained-glass windows are given a new lease of life.
Alex Humphreys is a familiar face to S4C viewers as the presenter of the weather, Yr Wythnos and Heno. Only the people closest to Alex know she has epilepsy. Alex admits that she doesn't know much about the condition but she has reached a point where she wants to know more. During this programme, Alex will meet medical experts, a historian, and a number of people who live with the condition, with the aim of raising more awareness.
Former Welsh wingers Ieuan Evans and Shane Williams take a trip back to the Six Nations championship capital cities to reminisce and experience the cities from the fans' point of view. In this episode, the two go to Cardiff to reminisce and meet a hero, before travelling to Rome to venture the narrow streets in a small red car and see a sad ruin.
'Amser Maith Maith yn ôl' takes us back to the Middle ages and to Llys Llywelyn. It's quiet today. Llywelyn and his court have departed,they have moved onto another one of his courts. There is plenty of tidying to do and what are the two mischievous boys, Grwgyn and Gruffudd up to' It's quiet in Llys Llywelyn today. Llywelyn and his court have departed. There is plenty of tidying to do and Grwgyn and Gruffudd are behaving very strange ¿ what are they up to'
In this programme our estate agents are busy as usual! Dafydd Hardy has some luxurious new flats to sell in Menai Bridge and is arranging an open day to attract some new buyers. In the capital city, Marc Morrish has a rather unusual property to auction in the Roath area. We will also visit Machynlleth where John Hughes is selling up and relocating after 30 years of living in the town.
This time: Paris. A city full of love. A city full of culture. A city full of food. It's a historic trip, as the clash between Wales and the mighty Les Bleus well-known. But the boys are not here for the rugby - they want to taste the special Greek that this city, which is so famous for its food, can offer. Pizzas with the famous Yves Camdeborde, mushrooms growing in an old car park, cider and a pizza party of course. Ooh la la!
Elin Fflur and Trystan Ellis Morris will be presenting this year's main songwriting competition. Live from Aberystwyth Arts Centre, eight songs will be performed, all vying to be crowned the winner of Cân i Gymru, and the prize money of £5000. The winner will be selected by public voting only, so remember to have your say! Who will be the next to cement their name in the Cân i Gymru history books'
Ifan Jones Evans visits Blaennant y Mab farm, in Dryslwyn, Carmarthenshire where the three sons face a common dilemma. Alun, Daniel and Hefin are all keen to stay at home on the family farm - what's unusual is that they've found a way of doing so by setting up successful individual businesses. Bois Blaennant y Mab really are an enterprising bunch!
A brand new cookery series with Colleen Ramsey showing how she enjoys her life through food. In the last programme of the series, she shows us some 'fancy pants' creations, some look more complex than they are. Also, Colleen's Mum and Dad come over to enjoy a special dessert.
There's a buzz in Ysgol Uwchradd Glanrafon as pupils and teachers prepare for the Winter Fair. But when a thief steals one of the raffle prizes, four pupils must spend time in the punishment room until someone confesses... but who is guilty' A spinoff comedy drama from Rownd a Rownd.
The final episode of the series takes us to the South East to meet Lemfreck, the Newport-based musician, as he follows the city's tradition of revolution and tries to bring together the Welsh language and the MOBO Cymru scene. Performances by Lemfreck, Mace the Great, Lily Beau, Luke RV and Dom & Lloyd.
In this special episode we celebrate all that Aberaeron, the jewel in the crown of Ceredigion Bay, has to offer. Heledd Cynwal goes behind the scenes at Theatr Felinfach to learn about the community panto, Iestyn Jones has a go at playing an old traditional game and Sion Tomos Owen goes in search of local historical characters.
Another chance to see a documentary , which recently won at the Broadcast Awards 2023. Rhys Bowler breaks the taboo of sex and disability. He navigates a new and exciting long-distance relationship whilst juggling the complexities of his degenerative condition Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Questioning if there's more to life than just sex' Will he finally find true love'
A new series about the mischievous twins and their magical powers. Nedw Napan is missing! And there's no way Deian will go and stay at Grandma and Grandpa's house without his cuddly toy. With a little help from Mr Bin, the twins reach Hugo Hap-gipio, who is reluctant to give Nedw back and intends to re-home him. Will the twins be able to find Nedw before he leaves for his new home'
An evening of LGBTQ+ comedy filmed in front of a live audience at Cardiff Bay's historic Norwegian Church hosted by Al Parr. The stars of the show are some of Wales' best comedians - Priya Hall, Ellis Lloyd Jones, Leila Navabi, Chris Rio, and Sianny Thomas. The programme also includes a special performance by the Welsh Ballroom Community.
Garmon ab Ion leads the audience through a series of challenges based on game formats previously seen on Hansh videos. A mix of familiar faces from the channel and members of the audience, Garmon will try to answer the eternal question "Who is better: Gogs or Hwntws - Northerners or Southerners'" The contestants will go head to head against the channel's familiar faces in popular challenges e.g. 'Electrical Quiz', 'What's in the box''' and 'Never have I ever'.
During this programme of Iaith ar Daith we take a journey back on the language road trips of Steve Backshall, Rakie Ayola, James Hook, Chris Coleman, Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Joanna Scanlan and their encouraging mentors, as they travel the length and breadth of the country facing various linguistic challenges.
A 'sci-fi' series full of suspense. Mari comes face to face with her father at last. It's a race against time ¿ with danger lurking behind every corner in Itopia, will Alys and the others find a way to save Lwsi, or get hold of F.N. Stine in time to stop the update' Final episode of the series.
During the series Miriam Isaac finds out what preconceptions familiar influencers have about Wales. The last Episode will see winner of RuPaul's drag race UK Blu Hydrangea travel from Belfast to Ceredigion. Whilst spending two days in the area with Miriam and Serenity she will experience the strong LGBTQ+ community in rural Wales and see that life in Wales in not Drag !.
In this series, we will hear from the country's most experienced nurses and those who are new to the career about their experiences. In the final chapter of the series we follow Carys in the Rhondda, who visits Wil, we are with Megan in the Neath area, a first year student on placement with a learning disability nursing team, and then with Gwawr who is also a student on a hospice placement looking after patients who need palliative care.
Welsh Independence a hot topic, a complex topic, an intense subject. A topic where ⅔ of the country is raging behind their screens. Why does it feel as if everyone's talking about independence' Garmon grabs the proverbial bull's horns and writes a play to see how we got to this point in Welsh history.
This time, from Theatr y Stiwt, Rhosllanerchrugog, we discuss the situation at Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board and the issue of cancelling road projects in Wales and what the future holds for communities like Rhosllanerchrugog. Join the local residents and the politicians - Nia Griffith, Welsh Labour; Rhun ap Iorwerth, Plaid Cymru; and Liberal Democrat, Jane Dodds - to discuss answers to these burning questions.
A new face leads the Unit Thirteen car crew to show why so many people are obsessed with lorries in Wales. The lads can't understand why anyone likes the "boring, slow, ugly" things on the road - just a tool to do a job. It's really nuts how quickly they change their minds to tell you the truth...
Emma Walford and Trystan Ellis-Morris help Lleucu and Stephen from Llandysul say 'I do', with the help of a famous little yellow van in tow. And with their family and friends being busy bees pulling everything together within budget, there's a great buzz surrounding the big day with a special appearance from Emma's band-mates Eden.
A unique behind-the-scenes look at Saint Fagan's National Museum of History. After 6 months of restoration work, it's time for the scaffolding to come down on the refurbished Clock Tower. Gardener Ceri is having fun cleaning the floorboards at Kennixton Farm by stamping herbs into them!
With us about to step into the Six Nations, tonight Elin will travel down the A470 to meet former Wales and Lions star Gareth Davies. An opportunity to enjoy stories about Gwendraeth Valley in the sixties, Oxford education and a career that has taken him from Cardiff, to Australia, and to Leeds. Despite the successful career, nothing makes Gareth's heart happier now than being a Grandfather... and the occasional game of golf! Filmed October 2022.
Mahsa Amini's death in Iran sparked protests around the world. This week on Y Byd ar Bedwar, one of the Welsh activists, Parisa Fouladi tries to find out more about the reality of life in Iran and the situation of those who have had to flee. Parisa travels to meet her family in Los Angeles, which is home to one of the largest Persian communities in the world, and hears calls that more needs to be done to ensure human rights for the people of Iran.
In this series three talented crafters compete to win the privilege of displaying their work to the public on behalf of some of Wales's most important organisations. The task is to create a piece of work that the organisation can be proud of and want to show off to the world. But with only a month to create, each crafter will need skill, creativity and patience. This time, Snowdonia National Park will set the challenge of creating a bench for stargazing. But how will the crafters cope and who wi
When Margaret Thatcher's government breaks a promise to establish a Welsh language channel in 1979 it unleashes a wave of anger across Wales. This film portrays the efforts of the Welsh Language Society and Plaid Cymru to realise a television channel and Gwynfor Evans's declaration to fast until death over the matter. A unique film about one of the most colourful chapters in modern Welsh history.