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A brand-new series of Sgwrs Dan y Lloer with Elin Fflur, as she talks about everything under the sun (or the moon!) with some of Wales' most famous faces. In the first episode of the new series, Elin chats to actress Bethan Ellis Owen. Get ready for a heart-warming interview.
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A new series about the mischievous twins and their magical powers. The last thing the family expect when visiting Llyn Tegid is to see a news crew filming someone claiming to have seen a monster! Loli is determined to find the creature! After freezing their Mum, the twins wait patiently to see if the beast with sharp teeth will make an appearance!
The hotel reunites two brothers who were raised in Bontnewydd Children's Home after 30 years apart. Ben and Cadi and their mothers Eleri and Jos are reunited, after spending time together in the special care unit for babies, and Gillian Hobbs has an emotional message for the hotel's social worker, Theresa Ryan.
Highlights of the fifth leg of the Welsh Triathlon Series. The first time this year's Series has come to the north and after a pause of about 6 weeks since the last race in Pembrokeshire, the battle to take the champions crown in 2022 is hotting up! Lowri Morgan and Gareth Roberts guide us through all the excitement of the series.
Another chance to see Aled Siôn Davies, the twice-over Paralympic champion, choosing three locations of personal significance. Aled's first choice is Whitesands beach near St David's, Pembrokeshire, where he spent many happy holidays. He also takes us to the London Olympic Stadium where he won a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games for the discus throw. Aled's third location is the National Indoor Athletics Centre in Cardiff.
In episode three, Ellie - leader of "Team Rebellion" - realises her dream of joining the Cheer Cymru team to compete in an international championship. She overcomes her struggle with low self-confidence thanks to help from the rest of the team, her sister, and of course, her little son who joins her every step of the colourful journey.
In the run up to the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, historian and broadcaster Ffion Hague embarks on a personal journey to find out more about Queen Elizabeth II who has been Head of State for 70 years. Ffion Hague is one of the few people who has spent time in the Queen's company. While the monarchy still divides opinion in Wales, according to Ffion there is no doubt that the Queen is one of the most influential women of our time.
A look back at some of the most memorable reunions of Gwesty Aduniad, and a chat with some of the people featured as we discover what happened after their reunion. This time: a look at those who came to Gwesty Aduniad to thank people who had played an important part in their lives.
We go behind the scenes at Swansea City AFC to reveal how it uncovers and develops tomorrow's footie stars. Filmed over a whole season this is the ruthless world of elite football where only the best make it. When Wales qualified for their first World Cup in 64 years, 6 of the squad were graduates of the Swansea Academy! With exclusive access to staff and players, we delve into the sacrifice and commitment needed and witness the disappointment of those who don't make the grade.
Team Anni and Team Aeron go head to head down on the farm in the final challenge. From herding lambs to driving a tractor, these will be the toughest challenges the teams have faced. The winners will be awarded the 'Fferm Ffactor' title and three thousand pounds for a charity of their choice.
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.
Birmingham 2022: Cymry'r Gemau is the story of five extraordinary individuals who've given everything to represent Wales at the Commonwealth Games: the lawn bowler, Anwen Butten; the discus and shotput thrower, Aled Sion Davies; twin boxers Ioan and Garan Croft and triathlete Non Stanford. The film takes a sneak peak behind the closed doors of athletics clubs across Wales and joins the athletes in the privacy of their family homes to discover what it takes to be a part of Team Wales.
In this series 3 people from the same area will step into the kitchen to prepare a three course meal for each other. Each of the three will be responsible for choosing one course each but they will not prepare or cook their chosen recipe. But will the food and the chat around the table be to everyone's taste' This time, we're in Tregaron.
A fun cooking and celebrity chat series in which we will follow 3 celebrities as they prepare and cook a three course meal to enjoy with each other - but-they don't find out until they reach the table which other celebrities are sharing their table for three. Each celebrity is responsible for choosing one course each but all three are required to prepare all three courses - how hot under the collar will they get in the kitchen' The celebs taking part in this episode are Catrin Hopkins, Dylan Cer
As John and Dilwyn come to the end of their journey, they visit Wales, Wisconsin where they marvel at the many signs the Welsh have left in the area - from Welsh flags to street names. Dilwyn is initiated into the Harley Davidson motorcycle chapter in the city while John learns that the Welsh launched Milwaukee's famous brewing industry. The two pals board the camper van for the final time to drive towards Wales from Wales.
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.
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.
Short series during the week leading up to the semi-final of the Qatar 2022 World Cup play-offs. Presented by Jason Mohammad, with a special guest panel, and a chance to build excitement and anticipation ahead of Sunday's big game. This is an opportunity for us to dig deeper into the depths of the game and look at the tactics of Wales and our opponents.
In this episode Heledd Cynwal will be getting to know some local characters in the mart that's still at the heart of this interesting market town and meeting the family of Bois y Crown, the last Tregaron drovers. Iestyn Jones visits a raised bog that is of international importance whilst Siôn Tomos Owen visits the home of a "swagman", and tells the story of Einion, a familiar name in Tregaron.
Heledd Cynwal will be taking a boat trip to the most southerly point in Wales, Flat Holm Island, and getting a behind the scenes glimpse at the work of the Senedd. Iestyn Jones will be coming up close and personal with Captain Scott of the Antarctic, and Sion Tomos Owen is on one of Cardiff's most famous streets, Womanby Street.
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.
Here we have Frank Letch's unique life story as he considers what impact having been born without arms has had on his life. This is an opportunity to enter Frank's world during a critical year in his life, with a substantial archive of Frank's life from the 1970s and 1990s and access to all aspects of his life and family. Here we find out how attitudes to disability have changed, and marvel at what the human spirit can achieve in the face of dire adversity.
A highly personal film from Nia Dryhurst, which explores the nature of familial bonds and the complex relationship she has with her sister, Llinos. When Llinos was about to join the army, Nia was preparing to be a nun; and the differences between them have grown even further over the years. Following an accident, it's time to see if they can heal the hurt and to see if two sisters can become two friends.
The annual 'prom' at secondary schools in Wales is a growing phenomenon. In an hour-long documentary that is part of the 'DRYCH' series - 'O'r Ysgol i'r Prom' follows groups of friends from year 11 in three schools across Wales - Ysgol Bodedern, Anglesey; Ysgol y Moelwyn, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Plasmawr School, Cardiff, as they prepare to celebrate their high-school proms.
Two Welsh companies have left their mark on the international horse market. From making deals with the wealthiest Middle Eastern Sheiks to transporting Welsh horses to some of Europe's most magnificent homes. In this programme, we follow Nebo Horse Transport Company near Llanrhystud and the Jones Family who own a stud near Llandeilo as they seek to protect their global reputation and businesses throughout a period of great change with Covid and Brexit.
Even though Dai Llanilar is best known as the face of Cefn Gwlad he also uniquely anchored three other popular long running shows on S4C - Sion a Sian, Rasus and the Royal Welsh. Fan, friend and co-presenter Nia Roberts celebrates his unique contribution to TV genres beyond the familiar Cefn Gwlad.
A special programme tracing the history of everything from the tatoos on Caryl Bryn to the Opera by Gareth Glyn. This year marks the sixtieth anniversary of the publication of Caradog Prichard's highly acclaimed novel 'Un Nos Ola Leuad'. 30 years later a film of the novel was produced and this year we see a composition of a brand new opera inspired by Caradog Prichard's original work. In a special programme we look at other works that are directly related or inspired by this incredible novel.
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.
Lleucu is under pressure to be perfect all the time, and one day a storm hits that's too much for her. But through the black clouds, a friend comes to offer Lleucu a hand and a glimmer of hope. This is a moving story about the power of friendship and the resilience of one young girl in her darkest hours.