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After a long period of being unable to show original drama, the coming months will see a flurry of fresh and compelling series.
First to air is Fflam, a contemporary story of passion and grief that raises the question of whether rekindling an old flame will result in fingers being burnt?
A series following the journey of father and son, Wayne and Connagh Howard, around some of Wales' islands. During this programme, they visit islands along the Menai Straits, by boat and by kayak; Connagh has a 'spiritual' experience at St. Cwyfan's Church; and Wayne talks to the seals at Puffin Island!
Ellie soon realises the affect her secret life is having on her family. Menna can sense that things aren't right and Ellie knows it too well. With her guilt now like a ticking time bomb, she tries her best to make amends, but being 'caught out' is the least of her worries as intrusive thoughts begin to bombard her mind. Visions that disrupt and distort reality make her question her own sanity.
Iaith ar Daith (language road trip) returns to S4C in 2021. This year another six intrepid celebrity Welsh learners hit the road and travel the length and breadth of the country facing different linguistic challenges. Helping them along the way will be a celebrity mentor/friend. In the last of the series actors Joanna Scanlan and Mark Lewis Jones hit the road.
A series in which glorious aerial photography of Wales is blended with the words and works of some of our most valuable writers, poets, writers and singers - all inspired by the landscapes beneath. In the final episode, actor Matthew Rhys takes us through an early morning in Laugharne, with the unforgettable words of Dylan Thomas. Alun Wyn Bevan reminisces about growing up with Port Talbot's industry and the beauty of the Neath Valley; Aneirin Karadog takes us to the Brecon Beacons of his childh
Nurses - we rely on these dedicated men and women to take care of us from the beginning of our lives to the end. However, with one in three nurses leaving the post, there is a strain on the remaining nurse in Welsh hospitals. In a brand-new series, we will hear from the country's most experienced nurses and those who are new to the career about their experiences. This time, we visit Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff and Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, to see their good work.
Darts quiz show Oci Oci Oci is back for a second series, and this programme comes from Newcastle Emlyn, with teams competing from Aberystwyth, Talgarreg and Newcastle Emlyn. The series is presented by Eleri Sion & Ifan Jones Evans, with the three teams competing against each other to win a pot of money.
Potsh ¿ the show where 4 inexperienced cooks take over the kitchen. Leah and Dyfed will be helping the pink and blue teams as they try to win the Golden Pineapple! They will battle it out over three rounds. Firstly, creating a meal in 10 mins, then a suprise game awaits and to finish, the main course where they will follow a recipe...but some of the lines might be missing! In this programme Ysgol Y Creuddyn will be cooking Fishcakes
In this programme, estate agent Iestyn Leyshon mixes business with pleasure as he attempts to sell his neighbour¿s home in the village of Llanfihangel y Creuddyn.The house has been on the market for a year, but this week, things are looking up as a young family view the house for the third time. They¿re crossing everything that they¿ll receive an offer on their home so they can move to their forever house. Estate agent Dafydd Hardy is in Nant Peris this week. He¿s meeting one of ten people who a
Mari Lovgreen visits a young couple realising a lifelong ambition since taking on the tenancy at Tan y Ffordd, a council farm in Cemmaes, Machynlleth. Also: the children from S4C Priodas Fawr's early lambing at Llandeilo's Hope Farm, a Llanfynydd mother and daughter's flower arranging business, and Pennal stonemason Rhys Thorndike.
A documentary paying tribute to the late Euryn Ogwen Williams, one of the pillars of the creative industries in Wales and someone who was instrumental in establishing and developing S4C. In interviews with friends and colleagues, we hear about the innovation and the desire to push boundaries that characterized Euryn's life and work, and how the continuation of the Welsh language television industry is part of his legacy.
This year, for the first time in the history of Senedd elections, 16 and 17 year olds have the right to vote - and on tonight's programme with Betsan Powys, some of these new voters will have the opportunity to address and question the politicians. We hear which topics are important to them and what will influence their choice on May 6th.
A special broadcast from St David's Hall Cardiff as six talented young Welsh singers perform in the Welsh Singers Showcase competition - Osian Wyn Bowen, Jessica Cale, Kieron-Connor Valentine, Sarah Gilford, Rhys Batt and Rachael Marsh. All six will be competing for the title and for the chance to represent Wales in the prestigious Cardiff Singer of the World competition.
What will it be like for the children of Maesincla School this year' Will Santa be able to come to everyone's house in a pandemic' Will he be allowed to travel' These are just some of the children's worries as they think about Christmas. With no Christmas concert in the school hall, and no opportunity for Mum and Dad and Grandparents to come and see, the children have set about creating a rather different concert in their own bubbles. There will be plenty of singing and performances by familiar
Elin Fflur and Trystan Ellis Morris will be presenting this year's main songwriting competition. Live from the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff, 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 next to cement their name in the Cân i Gymru history books'
A fun Christmas programme for all the family, and a chance to praise and reward the Champions Champions! For over twenty years, Carol yr Wyl has proved to be a popular competition, with primary schools across Wales competing for the coveted trophy. Now, all the schools will go head-to-head, with two highly regarded judges, Mari Pritchard and Huw Foulkes, deciding first on the shortlist of ten songs or carols, before deciding on the top three.
Dai Jones spends time with the Plas Newydd Farm family, home of Gwilym and Jean Griffith and their children Medwen, Llinos, Nia and Dyfed. A chance to enjoy many cultural activities: eisteddfodau, concerts, training local children, singing in groups (eg the Conji group) and family Christmas traditions.
This is the unbelievable year of the Pandemic, and as it comes to an end, this is an opportunity to thank the heroes amongst us - including care home carers, those who sewed PPEs for hours, those who raised money for the health board, and those who lost loved ones. In the company of Elin Fflur, Owain Tudur Jones and other celebrities, we will give thanks and present the trophy by blacksmith Ann Catrin to our community stars on behalf of S4C and Wales as a whole; and Elin herself will be singing
Derfel Eifion considers himself a bit of an Internet Sensation if he receives over 10 likes on Facebook! In a world of icons like the Kardashians, he is determined that he will be Wales' next star... somehow! Currently, he works behind his mother's Deli counter. Over 2 episodes we'll follow Derfel as he tries to cope with running a Deli on his own, realising soon enough that it's a lot harder than it looks!
On his personal journey, the entertaining, eloquent farmer Gareth Wyn Jones tries to find out what an upland farmer in Wales can learn from New Zealand - from farmers who lost their subsidies in 1984 - which contrary to expectations created a situation that has made the country more competitive and innovative. Can Welsh farmers achieve a similar miracle'
In this exciting, risky programme, we're going to send someone on a free holiday - but there's an enormous catch. Two people, picked from their phone or social media contacts, will be joining them. Imagine going on holiday with your nan, and your neighbour or even your ex. The combinations of the unexpected are endless!
For guests who check in to Gwesty Aduniad ('Reunion Hotel') one thing's for certain: life's about to change forever. Nestled in the heart of the Welsh countryside, the guests at this hotel are here with only one thing in mind: to meet someone from their past. As Christmas arrives at Reunion Hotel, Taith Williams's long search for her biological family reaches its conclusion, and there are finally answers for Judith Davies in her search for her own blood family.
A programme summarising the highlights of the films created for the second Short Film Challenge. Building on the success of the first event, the challenge returns to celebrate LGBT+ history month. It will feature the Iris Prize Film Festival which will provide the judging panel and will also contribute to the sessions and masterclasses. The prize offers the winner £1,000 as well as a unique and personal mentoring session.
Join our 5 celebrity Welsh learners as they embark on their final challenge. Carol Vorderman, Colin Jackson, Ruth Jones, Adrian Chiles and Scott Quinnell reunite with their mentors to prepare a Christmas party to celebrate their journeys. Will the Welsh be flowing or their brains groaning'
From Cardiff to the Llyn Peninsula, singer songwriter Al Lewis takes us on a personal journey performing some Wales' biggest christmas songs. Along the way he will be joined by familiar faces from Kizzy Crawford to Gwenan Gibbard, Marged Sion and Wales' oldest Brass Band MelinGriffith. A musical feast to celebrate Christmas.
Following Covid, the chapels in Montgomeryshire and the area may well remain closed, with the possibility of no Plygain - the traditional Welsh Christmas service - this year. So the community set about organising a different kind of Plygain - there are tears and laughter when interviewing everyone about their peculiar memories, including recollections about pulls of giggles affecting each plygain party in turn over the years! A warm, community-based programme at the end of an emotional year.