DRYCH: Ti, Fi a'r Babi: Life has changed completely for the head of BBC Radio 1, Aled Haydn Jones in the past eighteen months. Documentary, DRYCH: Ti, Fi a'r Babi (You, me and the baby) reveals all that has happened.
DRYCH: Bois yr Academi: A documentary which goes behind the scenes at Swansea City's state-of-the-art academy to tell the story of three talented Welsh boys hoping to be in the one per cent of academy players who make it as a professional.
Pobol y Penwythnos: A new series which looks at the interesting ways people spend their weekends – an exciting hobby, setting up a business or voluntary or conservation work.
Y Fets: Ystwyth Vets in Aberystwyth open their doors once again offering a behind the scenes look at their amazing work with animals big and small. New series.
Eisteddfod yr Urdd: Looking forward to the long-awaited Urdd Eisteddfod 2022 from Denbigh.
Y Byd ar Bedwar: Forty years on, Paul Roberts of Llanberis and Ceri Jones of Dwygyfylchi share their harrowing stories of losing loved ones in the Falklands War.
Y Golau: Alexandra Roach stars in an exciting new drama along with Bafta Best Leading Actress winner Joanna Scanlan and Iwan Rheon.
Iaith Ar Daith: This time DJ Katie Owens goes on an unforgettable journey to learn Welsh. Her friend and fellow DJ Huw Stephens will be keeping her company and setting some challenges along the way.
Pobol y Cwm: Alaz: Welsh soap Pobol y Cwm highlights the terrible experiences of refugees through the story of Alaz – played by young Kurdish actor Taro Bahar.
Iaith Ar Daith: This week's episode is full of laughs as comedian Mike Bubbins embarks on an unforgettable journey to learn Welsh with help from his friend and fellow comedian, Elis James.
Teulu'r Castell: A new series following a local business woman and her family who have bought Llansteffan Castle - and have big plans for the future.
Iaith Ar Daith: The popular series is back! This time Rev Kate Bottley goes on a journey to learn Welsh with the presenter and journalist Jason Mohammad by her side as her mentor.
Rybish: S4C viewers will be able to watch more Rybish (Rubbish) on the channel as the popular comedy returns for a second series.
FFIT Cymru: FFIT Cymru is back with a new series which is full of positive and inspiring ideas to share with the nation..
Gweinidog Iechyd Mewn Pandemig: A special programme which offers a behind-the-scenes look into the work of Wales's Health Minister Eluned Morgan during the Covid pandemic.
Dathlu Dewrder: A special programme which says a big thank you to several groups and individuals for their amazing work. In the company of Elin Fflur and Owain Tudur Jones.
STAD: A new series of the iconic drama which is full of the fun and adventures of the residents of Maes Menai, the most colourful council estate in the north.
DRYCH: Lloches: Documentary which looks at the life of those who have sought refuge in Wales.
DRYCH: Y Ceffyl Blaen: A special documentary about two Welsh companies who are making their mark on the international horse market.
DRYCH: Dylanwad Jess Davies: Documentary on Instagram influencer Jess Davies who discusses what it's like to live your life on line with 150,000 followers.
DRYCH: Fi, Rhyw ac Anabledd: Rhys Bowler from Treforest, who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy discusses sex and disability - a topic that is important to him.
Ysgol Ni: Moelwyn: A new series which offers a fly-on-the-wall look at the pupils, teachers and day-to-day life at secondary school Ysgol y Moelwyn in Blaenau Ffestiniog.
6 Gwlad Shane ac Ieuan: Shane Williams and his hero Ieuan Evans will come together to visit each of the Six Nations host cities – Cardiff, Rome, Paris, Edinburgh, London and Dublin.
Enid a Lucy: The adventures of the two unlikely friends continue in a new series of this dark comedy starring Eiry Thomas as Enid and Mabli Jên Eustace as Lucy.