S4C will broadcast a special programme on Monday, 20 May presenting highlights from the Royal Welsh Spring Festival 2012 at the famous showground in Llanelwedd.
Dai Jones and Shân Cothi will bring all the buzz and excitement of Wales's prime national festival for smallholding, gardening and sustainable living.
The Festival will be held on the weekend of 19 and 20 May, and is a colourful platform for a wide variety of exhibitors and competitors.
From beekeeping, poultry, sheep, goats, dogs and cattle to hawks and vintage machinery, the whole of the countryside comes to the showground. Among the highlights will be the Premier Open Dog Show, the Cattle Parade and one of the best displays of pig breeds at any UK show.
Popular S4C presenter Dai Jones said, "This show reflects the affection Welsh people have for the countryside. It is extremely popular and attracts a bewildering range of livestock, products and produce as well as a wonderful mix of visitors from both town and country. The atmosphere is very different from the Royal Welsh Show and the topics discussed on the showground are also different, but rural matters are at the heart of this festival too."
One of the most important attractions will be the 'Green Horizons Sustainable Living Exhibition' and Dai Jones welcomes the attention given to 'green' issues here.
Dai Jones, Llanilar adds, "A great deal of Government and European Union funding goes towards supporting schemes that protect our environment, so green issues are important to every farmer.
"In my opinion, as a farmer, a balance needs to be struck between green and sustainability policies and the needs of the agricultural industry on a daily basis. The festival is a great opportunity for people to discuss these complex issues and have their say about work and leisure in the countryside."