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.
Queen Rhiannon decides to take a day off, so Mali, Ben, Magi Hud and King Rhi have to look after the naughty twins for the day. But even all the Elves in the Little Kingdom can't help them keep them out of trouble.
Will everyone enjoy playing Baba Pinc's new game?
Today is sports day in Peppa's nursery school and there are many activities planned.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Igam Ogam can be a bit of a 'madam' and this can lead to trouble!
Abadoobedee! We're adding with the Abadas! What does today's word do, and where can it be found?
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 loses Nel's beloved squeaky rabbit toy, he must run the gauntlet of his enemies to get it back!
Bach's cookie vanishes - and Mawr looks guilty.
The last thing Boris wants to do is to go to a party. But, when he sees there's hairyberry cake to be had, he changes his mind. His attempts to steal the cake fail, and he eventually ends up having an accident with it, much to the joy of the Hairies, who think Boris is such a joker. The life and soul of their party, in fact!
Join the Stwnsh crew for two hours of fun, laughter and brilliant programmes!
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
Padrig the starfish finds out that he is a descendant of royalty. How will the new king reign and behave in Pant y Bicini?
When a new boss arrives at Ysbyty Hospital, the place is turned upside down. Who is she and what is her secret? Why is Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens in the hospital? One thing's for sure, DJ SAL and Radio Therapi FM will never be the same again! New hospital based comedy for kids.
Short films from Wales and the world, with stories about children who are facing a challenge. This film is from Wales, about a little girl who faces the challenge of letting go of something she's longed for, knowing that it is the right thing to do. Through facing her fears and taking responsibility Beca starts to mature.
Drama-documentary based on the experiences of children across Europe during the First World War. Today's programme tells the true story of 13 year old Justine Verbeek, from Belgium who lived close to the border with Netherlands. When the Germans catch her stealing corn she is fined a large amount of money, which her family must pay or she faces going to jail. One way of getting the money is to help her neighbours cross the border to the Netherlands but will she be successful?
In the second programme of the series, Hywel Williams investigates the decline of Christianity in Wales since the Second World War. Wales' chapels were once full to the rafters, but now the country is one of the most secular in Europe. What is to blame for this dramatic religious decline?
In a new series of Fferm Ffactor we get to know 10 farmers from all over Wales as they battle it out to win the Fferm Ffactor title and a brand new 4x4 Isuzu D-Max Yukon. This year, there'll be a new presenter at the helm; Ifan Jones Evans will encourage the contestants as they face a series of tough farming-related challenges. The official judges, Aled Rees and Prof Wynne Jones, return to cast a keen eye on their performances throughout the series. The sixth series returns at high speed as the farmers race against the clock to complete a tough farming assault course. The programme continues at 8.25pm.
In the final episode of the series, there's a Summer Fair in Botwnnog, and Ann and Penny are jammin'! Cafan and Faye's little family get to taste what they've grown, and there's an unexpected visitor in Ysgol Twm o'r Nant.
Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate - that's the main theme this week! Beca is back in Cardiff and is busy preparing for a baking demo in her local chapel. She also produces a show stopping chocolate cake to be auctioned on the night.
This week Ifor ap Glyn is in Senghenydd to show the local residents a film called 'Senghenydd: Portrait of a Mining Town'. To create a new film about the area, Ifor follows Helen Price as she traces the history of her grandmother's brother who was killed in the 1913 mining disaster.
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 this second episode of three Adam discovers how the lesbian and gay communities from London supported the miners' cause and meets the former Chief Constable of South Wales Police David East. He also has a confrontation with a strikebreaker and his wife. During his journey Adam will reassess his views about one of the most important industrial disputes in British history and discover whether his own views of the Strike have changed along the way.
The journey takes us from Newgale Sands, past Milford Haven and around to Rhoscrowther. Bedwyr will be collecting fossils, visiting a farm house restored in the traditional fashion and rowing up the Cleddau river.
Wali Thomas is facing what is probably the biggest personal crisis of his life. But sometimes help comes from places you'd least expect!
Weekend news and sport.
In the final programme of the series, we reveal how our home galaxy, the Milky Way, was created. Recent discoveries by scientists show there's a super massive black hole at the centre of our galaxy, and they now believe that this black hole is responsible for creating the billions of stars - including our closest star - the Sun. But the future of our galaxy is uncertain. A nearby galaxy called Andromeda is on a collision course with the Milky Way.
Highlights of the Ty Gobaith Hospice anniversary concert from Venue Cymru, Llandudno presented by Nia Roberts. There will be performances by the renowned tenor Gwyn Hughes Jones, Ysgol Glanaethwy, the folk group Calan and the singer songwriter from Caernarfon, Alys Williams.
Gareth Roberts and Gwyn Jones present highlights of the second weekend in the new European Rugby Champions Cup and European Rugby Challenge Cup. With focus on the Welsh regions we'll follow the Ospreys to Northampton and see the Scarlets face Leicester in their European Rugby Champions Cup games. Also Rovigo v Blues and Dragons v Newcastle in the European Rugby Challenge Cup.
In this dark, humorous monologue by Delyth Jones, Ceinwen (Eiry Thomas) is confined to her own home due to an unexplained weakness which has haunted her since childhood. But as she relives certain events in her life, we soon realise that things aren't as innocent as they seem and that there are some dark and disturbing secrets lurking beneath the surface.