Nodi, Cymylaubychain, Peppa, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Ty Mêl, Pentre Bach, Bla Bla Blewog, Sam Tân, Cwpwrdd Cadi, Dwylo'r Enfys. Programmes for younger viewers.
Tessie's planning a honey sandwich picnic but her sensitive bees are frightened away by Jumbo's huge sneeze.
Bobo is excited to hear about the star that makes wishes come true.
Mummy and Daddy Pig take Peppa and George to the playing field. Suddenly it turns so foggy they cannot see a thing.
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Dr Chwilen comes to school to talk about bandages, and Morgan gets the chance to do some real practice.
When Jini misses the bus, she's lucky that Jac y Jwc is there to help - and to create havoc yet again!
Boris decides that Nain will definitely share her Hairy Pear Pie with him in the Forest of Frizz if he dresses up as the Fairy of the Forest. But he's wrong. Nain wants him to dance with her and to do fairy magic. So Boris ends up entertaining everyone but leaving without the pie.
Sam saves people in trouble at sea but can he fix a leaking tap?
Join Cadi and her friends on a magical adventure in this animated series for pre-school children.
From their magical and colourful home at the End of the Rainbow, our two heroes - Cawod and Heulwen - travel to earth to have lots of fun with children the length and breadth of Wales. Along the way they use Welsh Makaton - a signing language which supports communication. Mabli lives in Denbigh. Today, she'll be showing Heulwen how she helps Mam in the house, and prepares for her lessons in Stagecoach. Through playing Chwarae Chwilio, our lovely hero Heulwen learns how to do it - and she's warned by Mabli that if you want to perform on stage, you must practise.
Today's programmes are Gwboi a Twm Twm, Kung Fu Panda, Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Edi Wyn, Hafod Bedol, Ben 10.
When Gwboi discovers that people can use BOTH their hands, he trains his left arm to do everything his right arm can do. He soon realises this makes him the most efficient class clown in school.
While visiting Mantis' hometown, Po discovers his friend hasn't been entirely honest with the villagers as he has claimed to be the Dragon Warrior in order to impress his ex-fiancé. Po has to go along with the intrigue for a while.
Medwyn perswades the other animals to celebrate King Gwydion by offering sweets to them.
Edi Wyn has a fantastic imagination, and with his friends, Mimi and Guto, he enjoys causing havoc in a grown-up world.
An animated series following a group of children who visit Hafod Bedol, a ranch for horses.
A new series for S4C. Ben Degwel turns into Ben 10 when he discovers a mysterious device that gives him the power to change into 10 different alien heroes! In this programme we find out how he got his magic powers.
In 1912 Francesco Dallavalle left his home in Bardi, Northern Italy and settled in a mining valley in South West Wales. Almost a century later his great grandsons, who are twins, have left the Amman Valley and gone to Italy to play professional rugby in the Parma region - the land of their great grandfather. This is the story of the 16 year old twins - Dino and Marco Dallavalle - who have won a scholarship to join the Viadana Rugby Academy. First shown in 2012.
Actor Richard Harrington and his friend and fellow actor Mark Lewis Jones will face one of the toughest challenges of their lives as they attempt the Marathon des Sables - a gruelling adventure through a formidable landscape in one of the world's most inhospitable climates - the Sahara desert. They'll have to be self-sufficient and will have to run the equivalent of five and a half marathons in six days, a distance of 156 miles. This programme will follow the first three days of their challenge. No one can deny that finishing the Marathon des Sables would be an incredible accomplishment.
Series celebrating the castles of Wales through painting. In the last programme of the series presenter Osi Osmond visits castell Dinas Brân Llangollen where Richard Wilson painted a romantic and dreamy interpretation of the shattered remains. Eleri Mills and Dewi Tudur create new paintings inspired by the castle.
An insight into the lives of people who run fairgrounds - through the lives of the Studt family, Pwllheli. The Studt family can trace their ancestry back to the early days of the fair. Their family fairground would visit Pwllheli twice during the year, and this branch of the family eventually settled in the town and established a permanent fair there. This programme will include Chris Studt and his uncle Colin, who look back at their family history and the history of the fairground. They will also assess how this form of entertainment contributed to the lives of the people of Wales. There will be a chance to look at the 'people of the show' today, by visiting the families who continue to travel the land in their caravans.
Bethan's travels continue in Kenya this week as we join her halfway across the country in Naivasha. This is a town where more than 500,000 people are dependent on the flower industry. We'll follow Bethan as she visits Olij Rozen's farm, a farm where flowers collected at dawn are distributed in Europe's largest auctions the same day.
Today the riders face a 54km time trial. It's an opportunity for the specialists to close the gaps on the other riders. The stage starts in Bergerac and finishes in Périgueux. Join the crew for coverage of this crucial stage. Subsequent programmes subject to change.
The legendary singer Margaret Williams, the actress Hannah Daniel and the presenter Huw Evans show off the content of their wardrobes this week. Hannah shows us her eclectic 1980s inspired collection and Huw talks about his love of retro clothes.
Wales' first National Poet and the winner of the Crown at the 2012 National Eisteddfod is the guest in this edition of 3 Lle. Her three places of personal significance are Girton College, Cambridge, Strata Florida and the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
Weekend news and sport.
Another chance to see Huw Chiswell and Meinir Gwilym celebrating the music of Endaf Emlyn. As well as being a pioneering singer-songwriter since the early 70s, Endaf is also a successful film and television director. He was a member of two bands in the 70s and 80s, Injaroc and Jîp, and songs by these bands, as well as Endaf's solo compositions, will feature in the programme. The songs will be performed by Elin Fflur, John ac Alun and Delwyn Siôn together with contributions by presenters Huw Chiswell and Meinir Gwilym. Miriam Isaac also performs and the show ends with Endaf performing one of his best known songs.