Sali Mali, Wmff, Byd Carlo Bach, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Stiw, Syrcas Deithiol Dewi, Loti Borloti, Sam Tân, Llan-ar-goll-en, Ben Dant. Programmes for younger viewers.
Jac Do gets hot under the collar when he lands in a bowl of treacle toffee!
It's a very hot day, and everyone is feeling the heat. Then, Lwlw's mother fills Lwlw's paddling pool with some cold, refreshing water.
Wil Carlo's map lead him to the pirates' treasure?
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Elsi gives up going to the aquarium in order to look for her lost bear, Twmi. Stiw and Taid make Elsi a pretend aquarium to cheer her up and Elsi is in for a big surprise!
Heulwen should be practising with Li and Ling but she's too busy talking to Eira on the computer.
Efa is upset after she searches everywhere for Cadi the cat. When the magical pasta machine spells out Efa's name Loti Borloti goes to help her find her cat, and they both make posters with a photo of Cadi on them to distribute around the block of flats. After seeing one of these posters a neighbour comes to the door with a surprise for Efa - Cadi the cat!
Norman has forgotten his mother's birthday. James suggests a surprise party but Norman gets impatient when baking a cake and the oven catches fire.
Radli Migins's magic bike, Elsi, had disappeard. Is Abracadebra to blame? Perhaps Prys ar Frys and Ceri the detective dog can solve the mystery?
Join the pirate Ben Dant, and a team from Ysgol Pencae on their adventure to find the treasure.
Join Tudur, Anni, Lois and Barri for laughter and competitions live from the Stwnsh Sadwrn studio. Keeping them company this week are a crew from Ysgol Y Strade. Today's programmes are Pengwiniaid Madagascar, Dennis a Dannedd, Gwboi a Twm Twm and Crwbanod Ninja.
Can the Crew cope without Penben?
Animation featuring the Beano character Dennis the Menace and his dog.
Following a particularly awesome crash landing, Fanboy's brain pops out of his head and he loses his memory. Will Fanboy snap out of it in time to save Chum Chum from being friend-snatched by Yo?
Sgyryn tries to persuade Raphael that Leonardo's act of mercy with the Purple Dragon gang is not a mistake.
Broadcast from the Plaid Cymru, The Party of Wales, 2014 Spring Conference in Cardiff.
Dewi Prysor looks at the Welsh connection in the history of recorded music. He learns about the Welsh roots of the huge publishing company EMI, attempts to record his own voice using some early technology, and visits Sain recording studios near Caernarfon for a special interview with one of its founders, Welsh music icon Dafydd Iwan.
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.
The sea is the theme of this week's programme. Richard Tudor will talk about his experiences as captain on some of the world's fastest yachts and David Arbonne Owens and Margaret Roberts talk about the families behind the Moelfre lifeboat.
In this week's programme Hannah goes for a tattoo to Mark Creighton's shop; Candelas perform at the Saith Seren, and in the nearby village of Minera, the Ty'n y Capel pub opens its doors - another community owned venture. In the football club's academy, scouts from the big clubs are looking for future stars.
Join Dylan Ebenezer and the Sgorio team, for the Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League's match of the day between The New Saints and Bangor live on S4C (kick-off, 3.15pm). Historically, fixtures involving these two teams have been competitive affairs, and although there's a considerable gap between them in the league table this season, the competitive edge will be as sharp as ever this afternoon. As the Saints aim for a consecutive hat-trick of titles, a third place finish at the end of the campaign is the Citizen's target. With two experienced managers in charge, Craig Harrison and Nev Powell will have both teams thoroughly prepared for the battle, and equally determined to secure a victory that will keep their dreams alive. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
Weekend news and sport.
'Glanaethwy Senior Choir' welcomes 'Gondwana Chorale', one of Australia's most prestigious youth choirs, to stage a unique concert here in Wales. We follow these two enthusiastic groups of young people as they get to know each other ahead of their big night. The concert will be broadcast later this evening on S4C.
Tenor and prominent member of Only Men Aloud, Wyn Davies, presents an evening of wonderful choral entertainment with talented youngsters from opposite sides of the world; the Glanaethwy Choir from North West Wales and the National Gondwana Chorale from Australia.
In this new six-part series, Hywel Gwynfryn revisits places and people he has filmed during his long and varied broadcasting career. In the first programme, Hywel revisits Skokholm island off the Pembrokeshire coast - an island he first visited back in 1966 for a 'Heddiw ' report. He speaks to Nia Stephens about her life as warden on the island and finds out about its history as a bird observatory. He also revisits the island's lighthouse - a unique building he visited 48 years ago. Finally, he meets Dylan Ebenezer at the Emirates Stadium, London home of the Arsenal football team and talks to Dylan about his career as a sports journalist and his love for the Gunners. Dylan first appeared on 'Rhaglen Hywel Gwynfryn' in 1982 as a young boy of 8 to talk about his obsession with Arsenal. Hywel also meets a new face each week and in this programme he talks to Dr Alan Wyn Jones, a cosmetic specialist who has a surgery in Killay, Swansea, about his work preserving and keeping the face young.
In the final programme in the series we'll catch up with Ffion Carlton Lewis, Pam and Veloria and the characters from Rhyl. Sioned Grug will see her dream come true as West End stars perform her show on stage and some rugby internationals join Cameron Jenkins.
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.