"I've learned to expect the unexpected," laughs Tudur Owen.
The comedian from Felinheli presents Sioe Tudur Owen, the comedy and chat series that returns to S4C on Friday, 22 March. With an array of guests, a new set and a new character there's plenty to look forward to in this series.
Despite careful forward planning for each show, most of it is done off the cuff. That's what makes it so much fun says Tudur. "You can't plan these things too rigidly - I've accepted that I have to expect the unexpected and get on with it!" But according to Tudur there are a few planned surprises coming up in the new series too.
"We've made a few changes," explains the comedian. "This time each show will have a different theme, from fitness to fashion and magic."
Singer and actress Shân Cothi and Sgorio presenter Morgan Jones will join Tudur in the first programme and the theme of the show will be holidays.
"Morgan's travelled a lot and we'll hear all about his travels. Shân is a country girl and never went abroad with her family as a child; she had a week's holiday at the Eisteddfod and a week at the Royal Welsh Show. It was the same for me, being brought up on a farm, our holiday was at the Royal Welsh Show, but then when I reached eighteen there was no stopping me!"
A few audience members will also share their holiday snaps with the nation - albeit unwittingly. Tudur will be revealing their holiday pics to one and all, so watch out for those dodgy passport photos!
There will also be a few visual changes on the new series. Each week half the stage will be decorated to reflect the week's theme and the other half will be transformed into a bar.
"I joke on the show that people of Caernarfon don't like to be too far from a bar so I've made sure they have one close by!" says Tudur.
Behind every bar there's an able barman and on Sioe Tudur Owen, Glyn Peips is the man in charge. New character Glyn will appear on the show every week, topping up drinks and being generally grumpy!
"We're going to have some fun with Glyn Peips! And that's the aim really, for everyone to have a good time. I want the live audience to have a great night because I think that comes across on TV, so the people at home enjoy the show too."