Bobi Jac, Tili a'i Ffrindiau, Popi'r Gath, Meic y Marchog, Holi Hana, Bla Bla Blewog, Cwpwrdd Cadi, Octonots, Marcaroni, Cei Bach, Hafod Haul, Traed Moch. Programmes for younger viewers.
Bobi Jac enjoys a space adventure with Hamster.
Everyone is having fun in the garden but Arthur is frightened by Jack Crook. The lucky leaf which makes Arthur feel brave, can't be found!
Popi takes the crew to Elephant Jungle to search for the Big Purple Lily to make perfume for Alma.
Meic wants to win three trophies in one day, but when his dragons win the games instead, he tries to change the rules. In the end he learns to play fair, and discovers that a trophy for that is more knightly than any other!
Francis has a problem - everything has changed in his life since his grandmother came to stay. When his mother announced that grandmother was coming to stay, Francis was over the moon until he realised he would have to give up his bedroom and share a bed with his mother. Things went from bad to worse and Muzzy tried to get help and advice for him from 'Hana's Helpline'. But then, Francis spends a day in the country with his grandmother and realises that he is going to miss her when she goes home.
Boris tries to get hold of the Ha Ha Hairy cake by disguising himself as the famous chef, Monsieur Moustachio Magnifico. His attempts to make the cake funny don't work until, that is, Chihua Ha Ha gives chase while the Ha Ha Hairies are fetching plates from inside. So Boris has to leave in a hurry, but not before he has made the Hairies' cake funnier than they could ever have dreamed it could be!
Mae'r plant yn paentio lluniau ond maen nhw'n anghofio rhoi deg bys i un o'r dynion bach.
When the Octonauts find an unusual Sea Star on the beach, they search the ocean from top to bottom (literally) to help find its home.
Today Re has found a leaf to treasure. The only thing is the leaf is red and not green. Why? Well the explanation is in a brand new song from the maestro Marcaroni!
Hannah and her grandmother arrive at Glan y Don for the night as Hannah will be competing at the Eisteddfod in the town the next day. Following a delicious supper by Dan, they come across Capten Cled and Trefor, and end up chatting and singing away the night. Will Hannah have enough voice left to impress the judge at the eisteddfod?
It's the day to harvest the hay at Hafod Haul farm, but Heti is not feeling very well. Will Jaff and the animals manage to find a way to bring in the bales before the rain arrives?
Mali feels grown up as she's about to start school but she finds it difficult looking after a naughty little lamb.
In this programme, continuing to follow the Wales Coast Path, Shân Cothi learns how the sea inspires an artist in Cricieth; Lowri Morgan learns more about a special boat in Penarth; and Iolo Williams tries snorkelling in Martin's Haven.
Aled starts the series in Wales exploring his Welsh homeland and his musical inspirations as a child. He delves into the strong Welsh musical traditions and their love for music featuring the life of the most noted classical Welsh composer, William Matthias. We then head to the heart of Europe - Hamburg and onto Vienna- unfolding the life of classical music's great romantic, Johannes Brahms, both in his birth home of Hamburg and his adopted home of Vienna, featuring his long relationship with Clara Schumann.
Our journey through 'Wales: the 100 places to see before you die' continues with a visit to Llanandras and the Llangorse Lake. We marvel at the carpenter's skill at Llananno Church and visit the Neo-gothic Trefeca. Marian Delyth takes us on a visual journey to the Pales.
Jeremy Trumper is a farmer. He's 75 years old and has an obsession with the devil! A true wonder of the climbing world, the Devil's Tower in the cowboy state of Wyoming is an American National Monument and a prominent location in Stephen Spielberg's iconic UFO film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Together with his friend and mentor the legendary Eric Jones, the evergreen adventurer sets out to prove "you're never too old to achieve your dreams!"
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.
Alun takes a look at the state of the organic farming industry in Wales; Daloni finds out about a new campaign in the dairy industry; and Meinir is in Reading to meet Derrick Davies, a farmer who has been badly affected by the recent floods.
Bread is our main ingredient today and Bryn Williams is busy in the kitchen creating Italian style focaccia bread with tomatoes, soda bread with oats and simple bread sticks. He visits a bakery on the Llyn Peninsula, to see how they make their beer flavoured bread, and shows us how to make flat breads on the barbeque.
Today's programme will focus on the theme of forgivness, a key element in the Christian faith. Presenter Alwyn Humprheys will explore this theme with a family from Cardiff. Actor Wynford Ellis Owen was an alcoholic for many years, and this had an effect on his own life and that of his wife and children. Alwyn will discover why forgiving himself was central to moving forward, and how his daughters, Ruth and Bethan, dealt with forgiving their father.
The life and work of the late poet Iwan Llwyd portrayed by unique archive film and in depth interviews with Myrddin ap Dafydd, Hywel Bebb, Manon Wynn Davies, Iwan Bala, Geraint Lovgreen and the poet's brother, actor Llion Williams. The programme features film of Iwan Llwyd presenting and reading his work.
Another busy day in Bro Taf as some of the teachers make last minute changes to Brynmor's 'Stag Do' and Gemma's 'Hen Party'. Banning protesting is on Rhydian's agenda today but his new security cameras push one student too far. Wyn's dangerous liaison gets even more serious but can he escape the 'Stag Do' on time? When one of the men gets too drunk, it's down to Grug to save the day. Meanwhile over in the 'Hen Party' it's not only the wine that's full of bubbles. And Siân has something to tell Aled, but will he be ready to hear it?
In 1972, Caradog Prichard, author of the Welsh classic 'Un Nos Ola Leuad', went into hospital to have an operation for throat cancer. Soon after, he began writing his autobiography, Afal Drwg Adda (Adam's Bad Apple). In this drama-documentary of the same name, we see an honest portrayal of one of Wales's most important literary figures. The story is told in Caradog's own words as he lies in his hospital bed. The late Stewart Jones plays the older Caradog, while Llion Williams portrays his younger self. Judith Humphreys gives an emotional performance of his mother as she began to suffer from dementia. She was later admitted to the North Wales Hospital (Denbigh Asylum). First broadcast in 2011 and shown again as part of a week of programmes celebrating Welsh literature.