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.
It's autumn and the Elves and Magi Hud are busy clearing up all the leaves. Suddenly the squirrels arrive with a mission to store acorns in the Great Elf Tree. Acorn Day has arrived, but the Coblyn Doeth, dressed as a squirrel himself, has a cunning idea to rid the tree of the acorns. Unfortunately this doesn't quite go to plan!
Everyone has a special place to sleep except Nensyn so the friends set about creating a surprise for him.
Peppa and Siwsi begin to play tennis and George is sad as they only have two racquets between them.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Igam Ogam is puzzled by a strange rumbling breeze that turns out to be someone snoring!
We join the Abadas having an 'aba-doo-be-dee' time rolling down a hill. Ben has another great game for them to play: the word game. He introduces them to an exciting new word! What's a 'boomerang' and where would be the best place to throw one?
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.
When Guto accidentally brings home Mr Puw's cat rather than a cart of freshly picked brussel sprouts, he has to find a way to lure the angry cat back into the garden while staying one step ahead of her claws!
Mawr's life is turned upside down when his small friend, Bach, calls by.
Boo Hoo Glitter Goo from Boris Bw Hw should be a great seller in Hairyland on Hilhairious Hair Day. Can Boris, dressed as the Hairyland superstar Flash Floppymop, convince the Hairies to buy some? Or will Bw Bach end up giving it all away to his friends. Boris will never learn that deception doesn't pay.
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; mad sketches and competitions; and programmes such as SpynjBob Pantsgwâr, Gogs, Pat a Stan ac Ysbyty Hospital, Saturday morning is better than ever!
It's Best Friends' Day and SbynjBob and Padrig are looking forward to give each other a present. But which one of them has the best present?
The comical antics of animated Stone Age characters - shown as part of S4C's youth season - Tro Ni / It's Our Turn
Pat and Stan - two fun-loving mates who manage to turn every event into the craziest of adventures!
The staff are all ill in hospital, and the most important person of all is stuck in bed. Tudur enjoys his new responsibilities, and Lois and Anni enjoy broadcasting on Radio Therapi FM. But one of them regrets stepping behind the radio desk as the entire hospital hears every word.
Yuta doesn't like lessons to be in Samurai. He closes his eyes when this happens. What will happen when his friend Yasuyo helps him face up to his fears? We'll see in this film from Japan.
In the last programme of the series, the historian and columnist Hywel Williams turns his attention to the Welsh body. Who or what is responsible for the state of our health today and how does this reflect on the state of our nation?
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits the beautiful Pennant, Gwytherin area, near Abergele, to meet some of the residents as they get back on track after the heavy snow of March and throw themselves into the seasonal tasks of summer and autumn.
As part of the Dyma Fi season, Ffermio meets members of the younger generation in rural Wales. Meinir is at the Anglesey Winter Show finding out how Elliw Wyn Roberts gets on in the competitions and Daloni talks to Guto Roberts from Conwy who has enjoyed success in the World Young Shepherd's competition.
This week, the farmers show off their sheep shearing skills and complete a milking task. Will the competitors come to a decision about how much food the Fferm Ffactor cow should have every day? More after Pobol y Cwm.
An opportunity to look back at the lives of three women who are over a hundred years old and discover their secrets for a long and happy life. Maria Heward from Llandudno is 104 and still lives at home alone, she cooks and cleans the house on a daily basis and goes for days out to town every week. Her lifelong friend, Lilian Owen, 101 lives in a home in Llandudno. She can read without glasses, her hearing is excellent and she believes you should live for the day. Author Mari Ellis is 101 and lives with her son Rolant at their home in Aberystwyth.
This week Dewi Pws visits the Drovers Arms, Ffarmers near Lampeter. It's a community run pub at the heart of the village. One of the board members, John Mathias, tells Pws how the pub is run and why it plays an important part in the history of the drovers. The programme ends with a medley of folk songs from local lads, 'Ar Wasgar'.
In a remarkable programme, former Wales international rugby player Dafydd Jones goes on a journey of discovery to find out what members of the Welsh rugby team of 1914 did during the First World War. Through his research, he discovers what their stories can tell us about the experiences of Welsh people during the First World War
Weekend news and sport.
We join presenter and opera singer Wynne Evans as he joins a group of young rugby players from Nant Conwy Rugby Club near Llanrwst and teaches them how to sing. Wynne gets to know the characters that live in the community during his five-day stay and has a go on the rugby pitch!
Rugby based chat show hosted by Jonathan Davies, Sarra Elgan and Nigel Owens. Join them on the eve of Wales's game against the All Blacks for fun and laughter with special guests Beca Lyne-Pirkis from the Becws series and professional boxer Barri Griffiths.