Chwedlau Tinga Tinga, Dwylo'r Enfys, Hafod Haul, Sbridiri, Halibalw, Twt, Marcaroni, Tomos a'i Ffrindiau, Igam Ogam, Guto Gwningen, Heini, Holi Hana, Ben Dant.
Colourful stories from Africa about the animals of the world. Today we find out why bees sting.
Join Heulwen as she lands in Cardiff and looks for Gwern. Gwern loves music and wants to be a drummer, so Ffion organises a special visit to a music studio, and they make a CD!
The hens decide to play a trick on Heti and Jaff by pretending there is a fox in their pen. After a few false alarms, Heti and Jaff get fed up with their trickery. But that evening when a fox does actually roam close by, will the hens be safe when their cry for help is ignored?
An arts series for pre-school children. In this programme Twm and Lisa make a crocodile. They also visit the children at Ysgol O.M. Edwards and create a large cardboard crocodile.
Join the Halibalw crew for lots of fun, laughter, singing and dancing.
Today is race day and everyone is keen to win at least one race. The boats are always happy to offer each other encouragement, no one more so than Mari.
Oh dear - the clock's lost its tock! What a sorry state of affairs - but don't worry, there's a song on the way! When Marcaroni's nose twitches, the friends in the tower will sing and dance and the clock will get its tock back! Hooray!
The adventures of Tomos and friends.
Igam Ogam is convinced that no-one can beat her at tag.
When Guto and his friends go into the woods at night to catch a jar full of glow-worms for Nel Gynffon-wen's night light, they discover she isn't the only rabbit afraid of the dark.
A series full of movement and energy to encourage young children to keep fit. In this programme Heini is exercising on a building site.
Cyril is always in trouble because he forgets everything. How will Hana help out?
Join the pirate Ben Dant, and a team from Ysgol Pontsian on their adventure to find the treasure.
Eleri Siôn presents a new quiz show 'Llyncu Geiriau' where panellists compete against each other in a number of linguistic rounds. Next up is a programme from the series #Fi - about young people and their lives. Then, there's a chance to meet various guests chatting to Nia Parry and Matt Johnson.
Neither Ron nor David are happy about Jac moving in with them but under the circumstances, they can't really complain to Dani in case she begins to suspect something is wrong. Siân realises Alwyn's grief is affecting his business but finds it difficult telling him. Things are a little tricky for Mathew as he tries to find some money to take Sophie away to a luxurious hotel for the weekend - but will borrowing Philip's bank card and meeting a mysterious woman solve his problems?
Ron is not having a good day! Despite Arthur's protests he will have to take Iris out on her first ever driving lesson. Ron also finds himself in trouble when he looks through Jac's post. Poor Siân is at the end of her tether after Alwyn leaves without telling anyone where he's going. Ken is thinking about his fiftieth birthday and he's a little upset that his family haven't arranged any celebrations. Kylie is determined to arrange a surprise of some sorts but will she manage to please everyone?
In this day and age why do couples still believe in getting married and living together for better for worse as long as we both shall live? In Cymar Oes we compare the experiences of three married couples who want to be, or have been, together for ever. Broadcast again on St Valentine's Day.Valentine's Day.
A feast of music performances from Pritchard Jones Hall in Bangor to celebrate the composer Gareth Glyn's 60th birthday. Among the performers are Catrin Finch, Fflur Wyn, Jeremy Huw Williams, John Eifion, Cefin Roberts, Côr Ieuenctid Môn, Côr Aelwyd yr Ynys, Ysgol Glanaethwy and Beaumaris Band. First shown in 2011.
Live coverage of the Guinness PRO12 clash at Irish Independent Park, Cork between Munster and the Ospreys. Kick off, 5.00. English sound-track available via the red button on Sky, Freeview or Virgin Media. Freesat viewers should use the audio selection option.
Join us from the Tabernacle Chapel in Bridgend for a Cymanfa Ganu hymn-singing celebration. The conductor is Iwan Guy with Huw Tregelles Williams on the organ. The programme contains a selection of well-loved hymns and soprano Gail Pearson is joined by young tenor, Robert Lewis, for a beautiful duet by Mendelssohn.
Roy Noble visits one of the valleys in Blaenau Gwent and begins his journey at the regenerated site of the old steel works in Ebbw Vale. Further down the valley in the village of Cwm, Roy meets Gianina, sister of the late actor Victor Spinetti and Jeff Davies who lives in Victor's old home. The village of Six Bells near Abertillery, and Nantyglo, are the next stops for Roy before he completes his journey at the old Market Hall Cinema in Brynmawr for an external screening on the town's square.
The heat has been turned up in the Pryd o Sêr kitchen and the cooking has moved up a level. Our two teams are given master classes by two of Wales's top up and coming young chefs. Their task is to create two three course menus to Michelin star level. The joking stops and the pressure is on. Will there be shouting, will there be hysteria and will the teams handle the criticism of the panel of experts who will be tasting the food prior to the wedding day? But most important of all, will they please the bride and groom?
In this special episode of Corff Cymru we'll be taking a scientific look at that unique feeling - Love. Dr Katie Hemer travels to Bangor University to look at research that attempts to discover how love affects the brain. Dr Anwen Jones discusses aphrodisiac food and whether there's a way to the heart through the stomach. We'll ask the question, 'is there such a thing as love at first sight?' We'll also conduct a special experiment in order to find out more about the science of attraction.
As concern regarding Elinor's health increases, members of her family are forced to answer some difficult questions, personally, professionally and morally. With Meirion, for once, genuinely worried about his wife, he makes some extremely unusual decisions at work, causing more than one to raise an eyebrow, including Angharad, Catrin and Megan Ashford. While Owain is clear that Angharad should not use personal information to further her career, Harri is keen to remind her of her journalistic duties and her duty to reveal the truth, above all else, whatever the cost. Caught between the two men in her life, Angharad knows that one will be disappointed. Who will she choose to please?
An absorbing documentary looking at the lives of three talented poet brothers - John Gwilym Jones, T. James Jones and Aled Gwyn - raised on Parc Nest farm, Newcastle Emlyn. On a return visit, all three brothers reflect on the influence of their parents and their former home as well as talking about their poetry. First shown in 2007.
In this programme Dylan Iorwerth time travels to Alabama, Tennessee, New York, London and Aberystwyth. He follows a key journey undertaken by John Griffith, Y Gohebydd (the Reporter) - a radical, an influential thinker and important communicator of his time.