Programmes for younger viewers: Heini, Guto Gwningen, Octonots, Peppa, Llan-ar-goll-en, Meic y Marchog, Digbi Draig, Sblij a Sbloj, Sam Tan, Cacamwnci.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit.
When Benja takes charge of a strawberry harvest raid on Mr Puw's garden, he learns that it's harder than he thought to be a good leader.
Dela teams up with her little sister, Cadi, to solve a mysterious disappearance in a kelp forest.
Grandad Pig has built a little train by the name of Glenys. When Peppa and George go for a ride on her, there is plenty of room for their friends as well.
It looks like there's a hungry thief in the village as Beti's wonderful porridge has disappeared from the bakery. Can Prys and Ceri find the culprit?
Meic needs a story for the Queen's party - but practising it, he makes things up to get everyone's attention. It's not until all the preparations are in a complete mess that Meic learns not to interrupt people when they're busy!
It's Dragon Day, and this year, Digby's determined to beat his best-ever flying record.
During today's programme, the monsters visit the library and somehow manage to lose the letter 'll'!
Sara and Lili get lost on the mountain while following a lamb. Will Sam Tan and the helicopter be able to rescue them?
Plenty of laughs in this comedy for pre-school children, full of sketches, jokes and fun!
A live show for youngsters on Saturday mornings with a chance to see Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Boom!, Larfa and Hendre Hurt.
Lleu Lleuad needs the penguins help to escape from the most frightening zoo officer in the world - Officer X.
In this episode we'll be playing a didgeridoo with fire, Ianto has a nightmare and rock band 'Ffug' will attempt to shatter a glass with noise.
The gang try some berries that don't go down well and Red's reluctance pays off, until he joins in...
A programme for young people which imagines what farm animals get up to when we turn our backs!
Sitting in the eastern Mediterranean is the beautiful island of Cyprus. Nine thousand kilometres of stunning coastline. Beti George takes us on a journey to meet some of the islanders - the Greek Cypriots in the south and the Turkish Cypriots living in the north.
Sion Tomos Owen goes back to his old school to celebrate Ysgol Gymraeg Ynyswen's 65th birthday. He meets one of the school's first pupils and the children create a cartoon of Sion. He then enjoys a cuppa in the famous Carpaninis cafe with Julie MacMillan who has learnt Welsh and now teaches the language to others. Then it's up the Bwlch for a picnic with Ffion Evans before coming back to Ynyswen School for the summer fair. And there's another chance to catch up with the Glyncoli family around th
In the last in the series - infectious diseases, multiple teeth extractions and a nurse says a tearful goodbye.
In this 2010 programme, full of the colour and sounds of Africa, Bethan Gwanas takes a journey back to the village of Gbara to meets some of her former pupils and finds out how village life has changed in the last quarter of a century.
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This week, Dai Jones, Llanilar joins a group of farmers and businessmen at the Llyn Triathlon - an event which combines shooting, darts and golf comeptitions to raise money for local charities. Ioan Doyle tackles Eifion Jones, Dyffryn Banw's latest agricultural inventions, Mari Lovgreen meets Rhodri Owen, a fourth generation carpenter from Ysbyty Ifan and we meet a mobile business which raises smiles serving chips in Pembrokeshire.
Join 'Bois y Caca' (Waste Water Employees) as they get to grip with the content of your toilet! This is not a job for the faint hearted. You definitely need a strong stomach and a great sense of humour to do this work! We know little about what happens to our body waste as it disappears down the loo, but this programme will change your perception forever and reinforce the idiom "where there's muck, there's brass".
In this hour-long documentary presenter Alex Jones, who became a mother for the first time in 2017, travels the country meeting and chatting to other Welsh mothers. She will ask the age-old questions that have plagued mothers for years - can we really have it all? How do we achieve the ultimate work/life balance and how do we define what makes a good mother?
This week, Ifor ap Glyn travels to Brynsiencyn in Anglesey where he'll be showing archive footage of a 1950s derby football match between Brynsiencyn and Dwyran. He then leads a group of locals as they create a new film about football. Will they succeed in re-establishing the village football team, and what will the community think of the new film? First shown in 2009.
Wales v France from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff as the 2018 NatWest 6 Nations draws to a close. Kick off, 5.00pm.
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Assembly Member Adam Price starts his journey in his hometown of Ammanford, Carmarthenshire. We follow him to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, were he spent 9 years as an MP, before heading to the world-famous Harvard University in the United States, where Adam studied for his Masters in Public Administration.
This one-off special episode celebrates the contribution of women to the world of popular music in Wales during the '60s and '70s. With a collection of vintage songs by female artists of the era released by Sain recording company, this programme tracks down some of the women who stole the limelight across Wales and beyond half a century ago. For the first time, women were paving the way for future female artists within popular entertainment. But where are they now? And are they still singing?
Highlights of this famous annual race down France's rural spine where all the big names of cycling will be battling it out to be the first to arrive in the sunshine of Southern France. The very best pictures of the week's racing and of the exciting finale in Nice with Rhodri Gomer, Wyn Gruffydd and Rheinallt ap Gwynedd.
Following the rugby, join Jonathan, Sarra and Nigel as the Wales men gear up for tomorrow's game against France. Tonight's guests are Lloyd Macey and Maggi Noggi.
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