Ben a Mali a'u Byd Bach o Hud, Cymylaubychain, Peppa, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Igam Ogam, Abadas, Halibalw, Cwpwrdd Cadi, Guto Gwningen, Bach a Mawr, Bla Bla Blewog. Programmes for youngsters.
A snooty King and Queen invite themselves round for dinner to King Rhi and Queen Rhiannon's Castle to sample Magi Hud's cooking. Magi 'the best cook in the world', tries hard to cook 'special modern food' using her magic cookery book, but after everyone samples flavoured steam, they are soon calling for Magi's treacle pudding!
Rainbow is in a knot and needs some help.
Sara Zebra helps her father, the postman, deliver letters.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
A bored Igam Ogam badgers her friends to tell her a story but gets angry when the story doesn't feature her.
Seren and Ela are searching for clues around the garden to find Hari. But will they find him in time for the word game? Today's word will send a chosen Abada looking all around the house.
Join the Halibalw gang for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Join Cadi and her friends on a magical adventure in this animated series for pre-school children.
Guto, Lili and Benja race to rescue Nel's beloved blanket, escape Mr Cadno, and get back home before a brewing storm finally breaks.
Mawr tries to persuade Bach to leave bees alone.
A precious crimpy crawly has been found and the Hairies are intent on getting it back to the Forest of Frizz. Oh how Boris would like a precious crimpy crawly. People would pay to come and see it. But his plan to disguise himself as a famous explorer fails when he is outwitted by Chihua Ha Ha. Yet again!
Join Ger and Tuds for two hours of fun live on Stwnsh Sadwrn. With new games and a chance to win all sorts of prizes including The Big Prize as well as mad sketches and competitions, Saturday morning is better than ever! There are great programmes too such as Pat a Stan, Gogs, SpynjBob Pantsgwâr and Ysbyty Hospital.
Pat and Stan - two fun-loving mates who manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures!
The comical antics of animated Stone Age characters - shown as part of S4C's youth season - Tro Ni / It's Our Turn
The jellyfish migration is SbynjBob's and Padrig's favourite time of the year and they love to fish with their nets. But what has happened to SbynjBob's net? Has the magic net been stolen?
With Huw Stephens captive in Ysbyty Hospital and DJ SAL long gone, it's time for them both to start plotting. But when Lou Lewis visits the hospital, Glenise and Tudur begin to suspect that something is amiss. Can this important visitor save Ysbyty Hospital, or destroy it completely?
Short films from Wales and the world, with stories about children who are facing a challenge. Today's programme comes from Iceland and tells the story of Disa who follows her brother Tomi everywhere. They go fishing and we see their adventures at sea.
Drama-documentary based on the experiences of children across Europe during the First World War. The young German girl, Frieda Hartmann, 12 years old oed from Todtnau, Freiburg, was keen to help her older sister who is a nurse. She begins to help injured soldiers, but she soon realises that her task is quite different. Frieda learns the great dilemma of medicine at that time - wounded soldiers are only treated to keep fighting, not to cure them. The continuation of the war is the top priority.
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits Hywel Morris and his family at Tyn y Pant Farm, Llangynog, at the foot of the Berwyn hills. It's July and the weather is fine. It's a busy time for haymaking and we get a taste of the traditional Welsh way of life.
Alun will be visiting Glyn Jones, a contractor who is currently busy working on the maize harvest. Daloni meets butcher Glyn Davies to hear how he has recently expanded his business and Meinir will be on the outskirts of Swansea to see how farmers can adapt their sheds to improve productivity.
In the second episode in a series of eight, the battle continues as the farmers take on a variety of tasks in their bid to win the Fferm Ffactor 2014 title and a brand new 4x4 Isuzu D-Max Yukon. Ifan Jones Evans keeps the peace between the two judges, Aled Rees and Prof Wynne Jones as they present the contestants with a variety of farming-related tasks. This week, the judges assess the competitors' cooking abilities! Join them again at 8.25 to see their next tasks and find out who leaves the competition tonight!
A detective story that will show how Charles Darwin lied and cheated in order to be recognised as the discoverer of the Theory of Evolution. New research from the Cambridge archives and long forgotten shipping schedules for the Royal Mail now indicate that Darwin lied about the dates on which he received letters from a young beetle collector, Alfred Russel Wallace. We show how Darwin used the content of those letters to amend his notes at a time when he was struggling to find his own answer to the theory of evolution. Over 100 years after Wallace's death the programme reveals how Darwin's friends conspired to deny Wallace his rightful place as the first man to discover the Theory of Evolution.
Ifor ap Glyn will be in the Llyn and Eifionydd area this week showing an archive film called 'Yr Etifeddiaeth' (Heritage) to a group of local residents. To create a new film on this theme, Ifor will be asking Natacha Roberts, who recently moved to Porthmadog from Bangkok, to contemplate what heritage means to her.
In this remarkable programme, former MP and miner's son Adam Price goes on a journey of discovery to find out more about the dramatic history of the Miners' Strike of 1984-85. The strike, he says, that made him the man he is today. In the final episode Adam goes in search of his hero during the Strike, Arthur Scargill, and asks Neil Kinnock about the Labour Party's difficult relationship with the miners' cause. Adam also meets Kim Howells to discover how the Strike came to an end and he comes to some startling conclusions about the legacy of one of the most important industrial disputes in British history.
The final episode in the series takes us from Angle all the way to the end of the coastal path in Amroth. We'll be tasting some of the area's culinary delights, hearing about some unbelievable legends and visiting the birthplace of Welsh tourism.
Classic comedy with the Bryncoch United football team. In this episode, Brynaber challenge Bryncoch to a Trivial Pursuit competition.
Weekend news and sport.
Power-struggles, bloody feuds and vaulting ambition; the Wars of the Roses and the rise of the House of Tudor provide a dramatic backdrop to life in the courtly houses of Wales of the period. The year is 1525 and this documentary sets the scene for the living history series, Y Llys, where 17 people go back in time to experience life as it was during the Tudor period. The series starts tomorrow night.
Ulster v Dragons, live from Kingspan Stadium in the Guinness Pro 12. Kick off, 7.35pm. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
As we look forward to the Dove Men Autumn Internationals, another chance to see three giants of Welsh rygby - Gareth Edwards, Gerald Davies and Clive Rowlands - recall the British Lions' legendary 1974 tour to South Africa. At the time it was a country torn apart by the racially divisive policy of apartheid.
An honest and moving film portrayal of prominent Welsh actor Dafydd Hywel to coincide with Pobol y Cwm's 40th birthday celebrations. Dafydd is one of Wales's leading actors, and is colourful, deep thinking and sometimes outspoken. The cameras followed him for a period of six days as he visited some of the places that are important to him, giving us a glimpse of the man behind the actor.
A unique glimpse behind the scenes as the Pobol y Cwm team makes top-secret preparations to screen a special 40th anniversary edition of the iconic soap. To mark this exceptional TV milestone, actors and writers share memories and stories of how they first put Cwmderi on the map in 1974.