A new fly-on-the-wall S4C series follows the lives of Wales' most iconic singing duo, Tony & Aloma.
The duo now run The Gresham Hotel in Blackpool where many of their loyal fans come to stay and hear them perform. The four-part series Tony ac Aloma: I'r Gresham, which begins on Saturday, 14 April, is a memorable portrayal of the duo.
The cameras of TV production company Cwmni Da have followed them at the famous hotel in the seaside town of Blackpool for several months. The Gresham Hotel has been a magnet for people from Wales since Aloma, her partner Roy, and Tony first opened the hotel twenty years ago.
They come to hear classics like 'Mae gen i gariad', 'Dim ond ti a mi', 'Tri Mochyn Bach', 'Caffi Gaerwen', 'Ddoi di'm yn ôl i Gymru' - songs that helped the duo sell over 100,000 albums since they first performed together back in 1964.
Their ardent fans have not forgotten them, even though they have been in 'exile' in northern England for so long and busloads of Welsh people come to stay at The Gresham every year to enjoy a weekend in the fun seaside town, reminisce and relive the good old days in the company of the duo, Aloma Jones and Tony Jones.
Aloma, now a doting grandmother, faces a daily battle against fatigue as she has ME. But the duo are still performing despite everything. In the first programme, Aloma feels the strain as she prepares for the launch of their first joint autobiography. A bus load of fans have travelled all the way from Anglesey to hear the duo perform once again - but will they make an appearance before the night is over?
As the series progresses, we follow Tony and Aloma as they make the journey back to Wales to launch their book and go behind the scenes at the Gresham Hotel where New Year's Eve is celebrated in style.
Later in the series, the duo host a traditional Welsh Cabaret for their fans at the hotel with their old friends Hogia'r Wyddfa and prepare to record what they say will be their last song, Cofion Gorau (Best Wishes), with Welsh music producer Dyl Mei and popular country band Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog.