Ben a Mali a'u Byd Bach o Hud, Cymylaubychain, Peppa, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Igam Ogam, Abadas, Halibalw, Cwpwrdd Cadi, Bobi Jac, Y Teulu Mawr, Bla Bla Blewog. Programmes for youngsters.
Queen Rhiannon has a beautiful new teapot so delicate that no one is allowed to touch it. Mali accidentally breaks the teapot and tries to fix it with Ben's help.
It's the longest night of the winter and Lleuad wants a special shine so there's a bright moon all night.
Grandma Pig shows Peppa and George her hens. In another part of the garden something has been eating Grandad Pig's lettuce.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Igam Ogam tries to teach Roly how to count.
Ben joins the Abadas for the word game, and soon one of them goes searching for a creature that lives underwater and has a shell on its back - a sea turtle. Which of the Abadas would be the best one to search for the sea turtle?
Join the Halibalw gang for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
In the magical world inside Cadi's cupboard today, Cadi, Jet and Dani work on the railroad. But there's a problem! The train can't make it up the steep hill! Will taking away some of the trucks help the little train climb the hill?
Bobi Jac and Pengw Gwun go on a snowy adventure following footprints.
Mr Mawr organises a picnic in the park as a treat for his hard working wife, leaving the children in the capable hands of Granny and Grandpa. But judging by the chaos awaiting the parents on their homecoming the babysitters seem to be a far greater liability than the children!
Mam has made a sensational pumperdong (pumpkin) pie. Bw-bach is sent by Boris to get some for him but is distracted by Bitw. Boris disguises himself as the teacher and tries to steal the recipe but, as usual, his attempts fail and he is left with no pie and no recipe but tired out from doing 'lessons' with Bitw and Bw-bach.
Join Ger and Tuds for two hours of fun live on Stwnsh Sadwrn. Including games and a chance to win all sorts of prizes including 4 tickets to see the Lion King in Cardiff in The Big Prize. Today's programmes are SpynjBob Pantsgwâr, Gogs, Pat a Stan a Hendre Hurt.
Mr Cranci is worried that Algi is planning to steal the secret burger formula and he asks Sbynjbob and Padrig to be his spies.
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!
A programme for young people which imagines what farm animals get up to when we turn our backs!
Series which traces the story behind the photo. A group of children appeared on the cover of Ryan Davies' Christmas single in 1971. His two children are in the photo - but will they be able to find the others and recapture the moment on camera?
Ifor ap Glyn visits some of the holiest places in the UK. Today's themes are 'Trees' and 'Mountains'. Ifor hears about the Glastonbury thorn which blossoms every Christmas and Easter and the bleeding yew of Nevern. He also visits the place where St Twrog fought the devil and the hill in Lancashire linked to the start of the Shaker movement.
Alun visits Ysgol Uwchradd Tregaron to hear how pupils will benefit from taking part in an agricultural course; Daloni meets Manon Evans - a young woman who is taking over a family business and Meinir talks to Ioan Evans from Ceredigion.
Dr. Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales, looks at Gerald of Wales' battle to become the first Archbishop of Wales in the 12th century. Dr Morgan follows Gerald from his birthplace in West Wales to Canterbury Cathedral, where he assesses Gerald's life with Dr Rowan Williams, the first Welsh speaking Archbishop of Canterbury.
In a new series of interviews, barrister Gwion Lewis talks to prominent Welsh people about their lives and what has influenced them. In the first programme of six, Aloma Jones looks back at over fifty years of singing and entertaining.
As he explores his home patch author Harri Parri discovers some of Pen Llyn's scariest stories - from Bwgan Pant-y-Wennol (The Ghost of Pant-y-Wennol) and the story of Dorti Ddu (Black Dorti) - to the more magical myths of Meddygon y Ddafad Wyllt (the rodent ulcer healers).
Heledd Cynwal and Perthyn's team of experts place more of your family stories under the microscope. This week Perthyn follows Haf Madoc Wilson from Borth-y-Gest near Porthmadog as she embarks on an emotional journey to discover more about her grandfather's family. Is there any truth to the story that her ancestors owned a slate quarry in north Wales? Perthyn will reveal the tragedy that transformed the lives of Haf's family. And during the search, what skeleton will we find hidden in the closet?
In this special Christmas programme, chef Dudley Newbery will be showing us how to prepare for the big day. From sweet dishes to cooking the turkey, Dudley will show us how to cook the perfect Christmas meal and explain what can prepared beforehand. There will also be tips on what wine goes well with the food and on choosing the perfect Christmas present for use in the kitchen. Dudley will be back with a new series of the cookery challenge, Pryd o Sêr, in the New Year.
The series draws to a close with a visit to one of Dewi Pws' local pubs, the Penllwyd Du, Llangoedmor near Cardigan. The pub is renowned for its unusual sign displaying a man hanging from a scaffold and artist Nia Porter, daughter of the pub's owner, explains how she discovered a second hanging scaffold within the picture as she restored the original sign. Idris Reynolds traces the history of the pub and village and its connection with the Mabinogion and Richard Oernant tells us about the battle of Crug Mawr. Local four-piece group Radwm bring the series to a close with one of Pws' own songs, 'Os'.
Brython faces an enormous challenge when he must complete the famous, unfinished Book of Kells, while at the same time trying to protect the Abbey from the Vikings. A fairy and a monster are only two of the challenges which face him in this colourful animation for all the family.
Weekend news and sport.
In this Christmas show, opera singer and presenter Wynne Evans performs a selection of the nation's best-loved carols and Christmas songs. He will be joined by a studio full of guests who featured in his series 'Am Ddrama' where Wynne visited communities around Wales, getting to know the locals and teaching various groups of people to sing. These special guests will perform with Wynne in this musical show full of fun and Christmas cheer.
Eilir Jones presents an evening of Christmas entertainment in a special Noson Lawen from Denbigh. Joining Eilir will be Rhys Meirion, Caryl Parry Jones, Al Lewis, Miriam, Myfyr and Greta Isaac, Y Tocsidos Blêr, Côr Rhuthun a'r clych choir, Dewi Wykes, Erin and Elan Meirion and the Tri Digri.
The world premiere of a new work by the most performed living composer - Welshman Karl Jenkins. 'Adiemus Colores' takes us to Spain and Latin America. From the Brazilian Samba to the Argentinian Tango, each movement reflects a particular colour and mood - hence the Colores of the title. The performance features special solo parts by the American tenor Noah Stewart, the Portuguese singer Cuca Roseta and the talented Latvian accordion player Ksenija Sidorova. They are joined by the Llangollen International Eisteddfod Orchestra and a choir of Welsh singers. An international performance of a new international piece on an international stage - the Llangollen Pavilion - as part of Karl Jenkins' 70th birthday celebrations. Nia Roberts presents this exclusive broadcast. A musical and (quite literally!) colourful feast on S4C.