Great weekend programmes for younger viewers.
Today, pirates from Ysgol Dyffryn y Glowyr join Ben Dant and Cadi to challenge the smelly Capten Cnec.
On a wet summer's morning, three snails try to make themselves at home at Grumpy's. He's not at all pleased, and tries to shoo them away.
A science series with Tudur Phillips and his two friends, Sbarc the scientist and Nef the Nature Detective. The theme of this programme is 'The Heart'.
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa create a lucky hat for Twm and also create more hats with children from Ysgol Rhydypennau.
Jen wants to play 'nurse' and the opportunity arises when they hear that one of their jungle friends is ill. Who is it and how will they find the poorly creature?
Guto finds a mysterious key hidden in his father's journal and is determined to find out what it fits. But his insatiable curiosity leads him to Mr Cadno's home.
Trying to return a mysterious pot to its owner the Olobobs climb a rainbow and draw in the sky with magic paint!
When all the books in the house disappear, the twins go in search of the thief, deep inside a dark cave.
Jangl needs to go to hospital to have his tonsils out.
When he accidentally causes Chwit and Chwat to be endowed with the power of flight, Meic wants to rescue them himself instead of telling his Mum. But when the Vikings get hold of them, Meic learns that sometimes mother knows best!
What can we concentrate on today? Seren finds shiny paper in the park, the Captain discovers the joys of the slide and Fflwff puts some rubbish in the bin.
Lisi and Hana rescue a foxcub. Norman tells Hana that the fox cub is exactly like a dog, so she lets him out of the cage. Chaos follows and Fireman Sam is a very busy man!
Everyone is planning a surprise birthday party for Cwrsyn, but a major wind storm breaks one of the power windmills leaving the bay in a blackout.
If you're celebrating your birthday, you may be lucky enough to see your photo on today's Cyw!
Entertaining and educational animated series for nursery school children.
This time we meet the workers at Cwrw Llyn on the Llyn Peninsula in Cwmni. Then, in Pigion y Sioe, there's a chance to see highlights of last year's Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells.
In this week's Sgwad Ser Cymru, Osian and Nia meet canoeist Rhys Davies and mountain biker Emyr Davies. Following this, there's a chance to see the colourful property sellers in 'Ar Werth'.
As it's nearing Kylie's birthday, the K's decide to arrange a family trip to the cinema - a perfect opportunity for Lowri to spend some time with Philip. But when things don't go to plan, Lowri reaches an important decision about her future. Rhys is suffering whilst remembering David, and Mags insists on receiving more money from John. Gwenno insists that Carwyn doesn't spend too much - there's no need to over-do it whilst arranging the launch party of their new venture.
As Gwenno hasn't had the opportunity to catch up with Lowri since moving to the area, she decides to invite both Lowri and Kelvin for supper. Vince has been spending more and more time with Owain and Mari and Terry suspects that he may want to rekindle his relationship with Sophie. Rhys is having a difficult day as it has been a year since David passed away - but his day could have been much worse were it not for Dylan.
Profile of a sports club, this time featuring judo.
Another chance to see the late artist Osi Rhys Osmond exploring the power of colours. World famous designer Christian Lacroix and Cardiff-based design company Elfen give us their perspective on colour. Controversial psychological tests will try to prove once and for all whether our response to colour is instinctive or not.
In this programme, Professor Derec Llwyd Morgan traces the romance of 'Mym a Cnon' - Enid Picton Davies and Thomas Parry; poet Catrin Dafydd reads part of her short story 'Alice yn Steddfod Land', and we enjoy the poetry slam.
In the final episode Iolo Williams dives with sea snakes and moray eels at night and visits the most southerly part of the Reef, Lady Elliot Island, where he dives through a magical underwater tunnel. Iolo ends his journey by coming to a dramatic conclusion about what the future holds for the Great Barrier Reef.
Ironman Wales takes place amidst the castles and stunning landscapes of Pembrokeshire on the South Wales coast. After a 2.4 mile sea swim in the historic setting of Tenby, a challenging 112 mile bike ride takes in some big climbs before athletes face the 26.2 mile run to the finish. It offers the chance to qualify for the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawai. Enjoy coverage from this year's race in this programme.
Rally Turkey returns to the WRC after 8 years for the 10th round of the 2018 season. It promises to be a huge challenge as neither the drivers, co-drivers nor the teams have any experience in competing on the country's gravel roads. We'll have the full highlights with Emyr Penlan, Rhys ap William and Howard Davies.
On this episode of Ffermio, we consider the effect of the Quarantine Units on local shows. We'll also be discussing cows, milking and grassland in Anglesey; following Geraint Thomas' success in the Tour de France, and seeing how farming organisations have recently got on their bikes.
A chance to see Friday's PRO14 game between Cardiff Blues and Munster at the Cardiff Arms Park.
Weekend news and sport.
Omnibus edition looking back at events in the fictional village of Cwmderi over the past week.With on-screen English subtitles.
Once again the photographer Joe Bunni transports us on a tour of the Axores, Polynesia and Indonesia. We see the whales that help local fishermen catch fish, and we take a look at the nesting habits of a large leatherback turtle.
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This programme features special interviews with the three candidates in the running for the Plaid Cymru leadership. UKIP in Wales and the Welsh Conservatives have already chosen their new leaders and Plaid Cymru and Labour are yet to come. Although Plaid Cymru is the party under discussion, we will also be addressing the Labour leadership contest during the series.
On the eve of the Tet holiday in 1968, North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces launch surprise attacks on cities and military bases throughout the South, suffering devastating losses but casting grave doubt on promises from the Johnson administration that there is 'light at the end of the tunnel.' The President decides not to run again and the country is staggered by assassinations and unrest.
'National Hunt' race horses star in the final programme of the series looking at horses in modern day Wales. Presenters Brychan Llyr and David Oliver meet Janet Davies and her horses in the Vale of Glamorgan. Brychan sees how her horses are trained at the stables of renowned trainer Evan Williams and David visits the new foals. We see the horses compete on race day and we find out what it feels like for Janet to see her horses win or lose.