Watcyn and Gruffydd Jones were two brothers who lived together in a smallholding on the Llyn peninsula in North Wales. Two batchelors living under the same roof, but who according to local sources never spoke a word to each other. The dramatist W S Jones, has brought together recollections of their neighbours and a local minister to provide this portrait of a lost era in Welsh rural life. This programme follows Wil Sam's self-portrait - Wil Sam gan W.S. Jones.
A comedy romp with three lovely travel agents Beryl, Cheryl and Meryl from Caernarfon, as they spend their annual holiday in paradise, otherwise known as Playas Las Americas, Tenerife. They go in search of three things - sun, sex and sangria, but this year they get themselves into very deep waters, and not because they go scuba diving! Part of S4C's comedy week.
The film is set at the time of the Rebecca Riots during the early part of the 19th century and tells the story of two brothers - one a farmer the other a minister. The farmer (Dafydd Hywel) is transported to Australia for a term of 14 years for wrecking a tollgate. His wife (Beth Robert) and brother (Dafydd Emyr) travel to Australia in an attempt to find him - their search leads them to the Australian gold mines and into a world far removed from their Welsh roots.
School based drama following the teachers at work and at play.
Sioned is angry with everyone and everything and her frustration isn't helped by a visit from Siôn. Hywel's state of mind worsens as he struggles to forgive Gaynor.
Catch up with all the week's events in Cwmderi in the omnibus edition. With on-screen English subtitles.
Drama series centred on three sisters who are members of a Country and Western band. Each one uses the group to escape from the monotony of everyday life.
Classic sitcom with Emyr Wyn, Janet Aethwy and Llion Williams.
An adaptation of the script from the hugely successful theatre project Tir Sir Gâr. A family is forced to decide the future of their farm following the sudden illness of the father. Will one of his children step forward to keep the family tradition alive? What is the relationship of the younger generation with the land? What is lost when people stop farming and leave the countryside? The drama by Roger Williams (author of Gwaith/Cartref) investigates the challenge facing farmers and the social changes taking place in rural Wales today. The cast of the original stage production, including Rhian Morgan and Dewi Rhys Williams, reprise their roles for this adaptation.