Sali Mali, Wmff, Byd Carlo Bach, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Guto Gwiningen, Syrcas Deithiol Dewi, Loti Barloti, Sam Tân, Dwylo'r Enfys, Ben Dant.
Jac Do is determined to win Sali Mali's Easter egg hunt.
Wncwl Harri gives Wmff a small trumpet, and with Lwlw and Walis's help, they form a band. Everybody thinks this is great fun, except for Wmff's parents, of course...
Carlo likes to grow vegetables. Who else likes to eat vegetables?
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
When Guto decides to set Mr Cadno and Tomi Broch against each other, he soon finds out that breaking the food chain is harder than it looks.
Brân might be strong, but he has two left feet when it comes to dancing!
Loti Borloti puts on her dancing shoes this week as she gives another child a helping hand. Beca is a member of her school's dance team, but she's having difficulty learning and remembering the dance routine. Through magic, a dance teacher appears who gives Beca a special dance lesson and Loti gives her a pair of brand new dancing shoes. By the end of the programme Beca is confident that she will remember the dance routine.
Mike and Helen throw a garden party to celebrate their wedding anniversary, but disaster strikes when Mike leaves the paper napkins on the electric stove!
Heulwen goes on an adventure today with Cian as they search for pirates. They find a special map, but can they find the treasure?
Join the pirate Ben Dant, and a team from Ysgol Gymraeg Bronllwyn on their adventure to find the treasure.
Join Tudur, Anni, Lois and Barri for two hours of laughter and competitions live from the Stwnsh Sadwrn studio. Keeping them company this week are youngsters from Ysgol Brynrefail. Today's programmes are: Oi! Osgar, Crwbanod Ninja and Dim Byd.
A cartoon following the adventures of Oscar the lizard and friends in the arid desert.
The Turtles must face a new enemy, but there's something familiar about the fiend who is threatening, not only take over the city, but Sgyryn's mind too.
Gagzy's climbing the walls on serious acid while Clive's got skunk coming out of his ears on this week's 'top gear'. Surreal comedy show.
The teenage years are a challenging period for most teenagers; some challenges are exciting while others are difficult. But some young people face challenges over and above the expected challenges of most teens - which shape their destiny and have a bearing on their development. Today we meet Harriet, Manon, Nia and Evan who have all lost a parent at a very young age. In their own moving words, they share with us their experiences of loss and grief.
Lowri Morgan looks at the work of the Wales Air Ambulance. Today, the North Wales crew is called to a racetrack on Anglesey and we hear the story of the workers stuck on a mountainside who needed the help of the air bound paramedics.
What was it like to step back in time to live for three weeks in 1910 and then readjust back to life in 2013? The 18 brave time travellers who took part in S4C's living history series, Y Plas, share their experiences.
Jason Mohammad explores the history of the Temple Mount, Jerusalem. Two thousand years ago, Herod's temple - the temple of Jesus Christ - was said to be the most beautiful building in the world. Today, it's the site of fierce conflict, but why?
Robin McBryde, former rugby player and forwards' coach for the Welsh national team, has chosen 'Neb Ond Ni' the novel that won the 2011Prose Medal for the '6 Nofel' series. The novel's unique style appealed to Robin and in the programme he meets up with the author, Manon Rhys, in the village of Llandwrog, the backdrop to the novel's events.
Connie Fisher's life changed overnight when she won the reality series 'How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria', and the lead role of Maria in The Sound of Music at the London Palladium, but there is more to the Pembrokeshire girl's tale. This is Connie's story.
Although a Welsh national icon, the harp holds an important place in the musical history of cultures worldwide. Catrin Finch visits some unexpected locations while tracing the history of the harp, including Venezuela and Ethiopia and guides us through the instrument's expansive and unique musical repertoire. First shown in 2006 and broadcast again as part of Folk Week on S4C.
An engaging and poignant portrayal of the Welsh folk song historian, the philosopher and light entertainment producer, Dr Meredydd Evans, who celebrates his 95th birthday this year. Through a series of extended interviews at his home in the remote village of Cwm Ystwyth, as well as contributions from friends, admirers and family members, this is a close-up portrait of an indefatigable campaigner for justice to Wales and the Welsh language who has also directly contributed to its culture. Looking back at his long and varied career, this is Mered's swansong, where he voices his opinions on important issues that are close to his heart.
The family living at Ty Crwn appears to be normal - Hari, 15, Meg, 13 and Enfys, who's 7. But they're harbouring a big secret. The children are living alone, without their parents. Apart from some occasional cover-ups to hide their situation the children live happily enough! But their world is about to be turned upside down, when a businessman moves into the area and takes a fancy to their home, with the intention of demolishing it and building a five star hotel on the site. When he discovers their secret, what will happen to the three children? A musical film, about children trying to cope in the big, wide world on their own. The film is full of humour but under the surface there is sadness, intensity and love.
Another chance to see forty memorable moments from C'Mon Midffild's five series and two films in two special programmes. In the first programme we see clips from 40 down to 20, chosen by you the viewers and some of the cast of C'Mon Midffild. You can see the second programme next Saturday night.
Weekend news and sport.
In the wake of the renewed interest in traditional Welsh music, a number of musicians got together at 'Ffwrn' in Fishguard to share their favourite folk songs and melodies. The second of two programme features performances by Gareth Bonello, Richard James, Katell Keineg, Angharad Jenkins, Patric Rimes, Gwenan Gibbard, Brychan Llyr and Lisa Jên.
A special programme focusing on the Celtic Media Festival, held this year in St Ives, Cornwall. Aneirin Karadog will be introducing viewers to the festival which celebrates the best in broadcasting from Wales, Cornwall, Ireland, Brittany and Scotland and Gwenno Saunders will be showing us there's more to Cornwall than picture postcard views.