Guinness World Records Cymru: A special programme which celebrates some of the attempts made by the people of Wales to break a world record. Each of the attempts is inspired by the traditions and culture of Wales.
Bregus: New series. Hannah Daniel talks about her character Ellie - the lead role in this dark and exciting psychological drama.
Iaith ar Daith: Six celebrities, who want to learn Welsh, six well-known mentors and lots of challenges to help them try out their new skills. The versatile actor Rakie Ayola heads off with her mentor and old friend actor Eiry Thomas.
Iaith ar Daith: Six celebrities, who want to learn Welsh, six well-known mentors and lots of challenges to help them try out their new skills. The nature TV presenter Steve Backshall is the first to go on an unforgettable journey with his mentor Iolo Williams.
DRYCH: Y Pysgotwyr: Documentary which offers a rare look inside the ancient sea fishing industry – the challenges, the dangers and the romance.
DRYCH: Rhondda Wedi'r Glaw: Documentary which looks at the devastating effect of the flooding caused by Storm Dennis on residents of the Rhondda Valley in February last year.
Y Llinell Las: A brand new series which shows exactly what working for the North Wales Police Roads Policing Unit looks like.
Fflam: A contemporary story of passion and grief that raises the question of whether rekindling an old flame will result in fingers being burnt? Interview with Aberystwyth born actress Gwyneth Keyworth who plays the lead character, Noni.
Sgwrs Dan y Lloer: Elin Fflur begins the second series by talking to well-known actor Mark Lewis Jones about his battle to give up alcohol and how running marathons has helped him through it.
Am Dro: Pedair taith, pedwar cystadleuydd - ond dim ond un enillydd. Mae'n amser mynd Am Dro unwaith eto! Cyfres newydd.
Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol: The story of Carol Hardy and how faith, love and hope gave her a second chance at life after being addicted to alcohol.
Pawb A'i Farn gyda'r Prif Weinidog: In a special programme, Betsan Powys interviews First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford from Welsh Government offices in Cathays Park, Cardiff.
Canu Gyda Fy Arwr: If you had the choice to share a stage with anyone, who would you choose? This is exactly what happens in a new series on S4C.