Digwyddiadau '10 visits Sioe Môn and Cardiff Multicultural Mela
This is the first time the series has visited the Anglesey Agricultural Show and the Cardiff Mela.
The first stop for presenters Mari Grug and Morgan Jones is the Anglesey Show, with two one-hour programmes bringing the day's highlights on S4C the same night. The programmes will be completely up to date, bringing the Show's events to the screen within a few hours.
The two programmes feature a variety of the events the show has to offer, from showing stock to horse classes, a traditional crafts exhibition and countryside pursuits such as fly-fishing, falconry and sheepdog trials. There is also a food tent which exhibits the best produce that the island and the local area have to offer.
The programmes will also follow families who are competing with their animals for the first time. We'll also see some preparations for the show before the big day.
Then it's a complete change of scene for Mari and Morgan as they delve in to the sounds and colours of the Cardiff Multicultural Mela.
Cardiff Multicultural Mela
The event is held in Cardiff Bay, and it is now in its fourth year. Last year the event drew a crowd of over 14,000. Mela is a Sanskrit word meaning 'gathering' or 'to meet' or 'a fair' and the event aims to celebrate the Punjabi, Pakistani, Bengali and Hindi cultures of South Asia through music, dance, food and art.
Performing on the Mela main stage will be some big names from the world of Asian music, including Imran Khan and the Bombay Rockers. Bollywood dancers will be taking to the stage along with dancers from the various other traditions.
With a fair, rock-climbing wall, food and goods stalls and music workshops, Mari and Morgan will be ready to give anything a try as they mingle with the crowd.