Nia Roberts presents a unique event as Llangollen Pavilion presents works on the theme of Peace: The first live performance of Paul Mealor and Mererid Hopwood's new commission of 'Peace'; a performance of Richard Vaughan's work 'Walking Through the Darkness'; a performance by soloist Rhian Lois, and a joint commission by harpist Catrin Finch and rapper Mr Phormula. Also choirs CF1, Johns Boys and the youth voices of Denbighshire, Flintshire and Anglesey; plus international choirs on the screens.
An exciting programme that's part of a week celebrating Welsh beaches! Stuart and Siân from Gwynedd are the lucky couple who have won the chance to get married live on a beach on S4C! After winning a national vote the pair have no say over any of the details of their big day and have to trust that their friends, family and Emma and Trystan the presenters will organise the perfect wedding for £5K. In the second episode... the big event!
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'