A series of programmes following the Welsh Whisperer on his journey through rural villages in Wales, meeting characters who are integral to their local communities. This week he travels to Carmarthenshire's largest village - Pontyberem - in the company of local bard Aneirin Karadog, who tells us about village life and the true meaning behind the village's name.
Kizzy Crawford and Huw Stephens present highlights from the 2021 Lleisiau Eraill (Other Voices) festival. This year, the festival had to move from its home in Cardigan to the National Museum in Cardiff. There was no audience but there was an eclectic feast of music from Ani Glass, The Gentle Good, Catrin Finch and Aoife Ni Bhriain, Juice Menace and Berwyn.
The nation has a hair emergency! But there is light at the end of the tunnel of untidy hair - the Salon doors are open once again! Join some of the favourite characters once again as we travel from Bangor to Caernarfon, to Colwyn Bay and down to Tregaron and Llanelli and across to Pontyclun. The tongues as well as the scissors will be sharp as the customers and the stylists put the world and the hair to rights!
Welsh rugby icon, Lions superstar and total ledge Shane Williams may have conquered the stages of world rugby, completed Ironman challenges and pushed himself to the limits on and off the field, but he's about to embark on the biggest cycling challenge of his life - 800 miles across Wales, visiting 50 castles along the way. Why' Well, to achieve a Guinness World Records title of course. 800 miles, 50 castles, 7 days, 2 wheels but only one man and the challenge of a lifetime!