Weekend programmes for youngsters: Heini, Guto Gwningen, Octonots, Peppa, Sara a Cwac, Halibalw, Cacamwnci, Igam Ogam, Da 'Di Dona, Ahoi!
A series full of music, movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini visits a train station.
Guto and his friends set out to taste the sweetest dandelions in the world, only to find that they are protected by the meanest character in the entire valley!
When surfing snails are swept out to sea, it's up to Dela and the Octonauts to save them.
Daddy Pig is winding the old cuckoo clock. As the clock strikes the hour a wooden bird jumps out shaking its feathers and singing 'Cuckoo!'
Today Sara and Cwac meet Siani Scarffiau and her angry bag
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Cacamwnci is back with more funny and silly sketches! With new characters such as Mr Pwmps, Wil Ffarm and Siwpyrtaid and a few old favourites like Teulu Siang di Fang, Dai Disgo and Plismon Preis. Be ready for a belly full of laughs!
Igam Ogam is an early riser and can't understand why all her friends don't want to wake up at the crack of dawn too.
Dona goes to work in the post office with Cefin.
Today, pirates from Ysgol Bronllwyn join Ben Dant and Cadi to challenge the smelly Capten Cnec.
Great programmes for the weekend: Y Brodyr Adrenalini, Y Dyfnfor, Kung Fu Panda, Ci Da, Chwarter Call, CIC, Pat a Stan, Gwboi a Twm Twm.
Animated mayhem with the amazing Adrenalini brothers from Rend?osia. Xan, Adi and Enk who attempt the most incredible stunts.
The Nektons are trying to identify a unique life form. They've never seen it - they've only heard its sound - 'Bloop'. Just as Ant discovers its true nature, a huge underwater mining machine threatens to destroy it!
When Master Mugan from the Garnet Palace comes to the Jade Palace to find a new Kung Fu Master, Tigress volunteers, but when Tigress in not enjoying her new life, she has to count on Po to help her escape.
This week, Dafydd is in Snowdonia with the mountain rescue dogs and we meet four Bernese mountain dogs.
Join Mari, Tudur, Hanna and Jack in the comedy series Chwarter Call. There'll be plenty of fun and laughter with Postman Chav from 'Rong Cyfeiriad' as he raps on the streets on his round.
Cic - a must-watch for all young football fans. The Wales Women's football team invite us to a training session, Owain challenges Heledd to a beach soccer match and there's a kicking challenge for Bethel FC.
Pat and Stan - two fun-loving mates who manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures!
Gwboi a Twm Twm get fed up with each other's company when they both have colds.
Presenter John Ogwen looks at the use of the sword in the Middle Ages from the Crusades to Owain Glyndwr and the spectacle of the tournaments. Actors Matthew Rhys and Ioan Gruffudd talk about the dangers of stage fighting with swords.
The Croeso i Gymru programmes have shown that the Welsh language's on-going battle of survival in its rural heartlands is more complex than the stark black-and-white picture thrown at us by the 2011 census figures. The programmes haven't been shy of showing the problems brought by the continuing arrival of people from over the border. But they have also shown that many of our Welsh-speaking communities manage to respond with both energy and imagination. This final programme will try to pinpoint
A little girl breaks her arm doing gymnastics and grandad's soup saves the day in an attempt to get a young lad to eat after having his tonsils out.
Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Sion Tomos Owen visit Anglesey and Holy Island seeking out the area's more interesting and hidden tales. From the Skerries and Britain's largest colony of Arctic Terns, through the port town of Holyhead to the beauty of Llanddwyn Island, the sea has influenced the life and landscape of the area over the centuries. As well as visiting Wales' only working windmill, we hear about the persecution of St Gwenfaen and hear from a man who was attacked by the Great Train R
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In this series, Nia Parry has the pleasure of taking a peek inside the homes of some of Wales' best-known personalities. Every home is different and often reflects the character of the person who lives there. Today we visit the home of singer Dafydd Iwan.
Actor John Pierce Jones has fulfilled his dream of buying a boat. The problem is, he can't sail! In this two-part series we see him learn the ropes with experienced sailor Dilwyn Morgan. In the first programme, John takes his first steps and then sails with Dilwyn round Pen Llyn from Pwllheli to Caernarfon. There will be a new series of Codi Hwyl in the spring.
Broadcaster Beti George lost her partner, David Parry-Jones, last year. Yet she is determined to continue her battle to improve the lives of those living with dementia. At the National Eisteddfod in Anglesey she met carers and their families to find out how their lives could be improved. Beti then presented her findings to politicians at the National Assembly. The programme combines her personal experience of grief with her public battle to challenge politicians to do the right thing.
In this special episode of Corff Cymru we'll be taking a scientific look at that unique feeling - Love. Dr Katie Hemer travels to Bangor University to look at research that attempts to discover how love affects the brain. Dr Anwen Jones discusses aphrodisiac food and whether there's a way to the heart through the stomach. We'll ask if there is such a thing as love at first sight. We'll also conduct a special experiment in order to find out more about the science of attraction.
Weekend news and sport.
Weather forecast for Wales.
Another chance to see Wales against England at Twickenham in the NatWest 6 Nations Championship.
Cardiff Blues v Toyota Cheetahs from Cardiff Arms Park. Kick-off, 7.35. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
Dilwyn Morgan presents from Llyn and Eifionydd with a host of artists from the area. Featuring Gwyneth Glyn, Twm Morys, The Hendre Cennin family, Anni and Megan Llyn, Patrobas, Cor yr Heli, Alaw Tecwyn and Aelwyd Chwilog Choir.
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Several characters finally admit to a guilty secret. Gethin takes the blame for stealing Elfed's credit card and Gwern finally admits he lied. Llinor also admits she lied about Gethin, following Sioned's death. She has a letter, which has remained hidden for fifteen years, which will shed some light on the events of the past. Should Myfanwy follow Sioned's own advice and let bygones be bygones?
Join Jonathan, Nigel and Sarra and their guests, tenor Robin Lyn and TV presenter Emma Walford, for more banter and challenges on the eve of the Wales v England clash in the NatWest 6 Nations.