Darllen 'Da Fi, Mwnci'n Dweud Mwnci'n Gwneud, Wmff, Cwm Rhyd y Rhosyn, Bla Bla Blewog, Sam Tân, Peppa, Cei Bach, Dona Direidi, Traed Moch. Programmes for younger viewers.
A Little Bear is small, but not as small as the smallest thing ever!
Monkey and Horse help the children to shake their heads, neigh and canter around the farmyard.
Wmff wakes very early one morning - way ahead of his sleepy mum and dad. So, he decides to give all his toys some breakfast.
Today's programme features a song about birds in Cwm Rhyd y Rhosyn and tells us how they got their colourful coats.
Nain has made a water fountain out of old bottles. But she's so tired she goes to sleep. Boris tries to pinch the bottles as they'd be perfect for his new Hairy Bean Bubble Bath. But he trips and spills hairy bean bubble bath all over the fountain. Of course Nain thinks Boris has made her work of art even better!
Mandy decides she wants to be a mountain climber and has to be rescued!
Peppa and George ar at the Seaside with Gran and Grandad Pig rescuing a little fish and returning it it to the sea.
Hooray! At last the big day has arrived, and Glan y Don is about to open its doors for the first time with a big party and a very special guest. Who is he - or she - I wonder? Everyone is desperate to know!
Dona Direidi's famous cousin Rapsgaliwn joins her in her pink bedroom. As they play, Rapsgaliwn remembers that it's his birthday. Dona organises a birthday party for him there and then.
Cartoon series following the adventures a pig, a bull and a duck. Today they secretly put lots of sugar in the apple pie prepared for supper, but there's a shock in store for them...
Join Lois, Alun and Barri for two hours of fun live from the Stwnsh Sadwrn studio. Today's programmes are Gwboi a Twm Twm, SpynjBob Pantsgwâr and Pengwiniaid Madagascar.
Leni and Gwg try to get their hands on the cup which is never empty.
As SbynjBob doesn't want to be late for work he decides he would be better off living in Y Crancdy.
When all the animals are snatched one by one while visting the secret new creatures, only Peniog can rescue everybody.
Documentary following broadcaster, Jason Mohammad, as he goes on a pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
On Corff Cymru this week, we'll be looking at the effect that diet and the environment have on our bodies. We'll discuss the significance of the switch from the hunter-gatherer way of life to farming and ask how our diet compares with a century ago. And what exactly is the microbiome?
Dudley is on Anglesey this week. He begins his journey at a bakery inLlangefni, Becws Mefus, and cooks a delicious recipe of Guinness bread. This bread makes a perfect accompaniment to mussels from the island. The picturesque location of Llanlliana cove is an idyllic place to cook a very simple but delicious dish using these ingredients. Dudley also mentors Siân Miriam, helping her to prepare a fish dish with a tomato, garlic and olive sauce and a riccotta pudding to please her friends and grandparents. Will the thank you meal be well received or will it be 'no thank you'! Dudley's journey then takes us to Valley to visit Cleifiog Uchaf country house, and after all that travelling, it's time to tuck into a delicious Lemon Meringue pie.
In this programme Tudur Dylan Jones and Mererid Hopwood travel to Pembrokeshire to follow the life history of Waldo Williams and discuss his poems. Shown to coincide with the Urdd Eisteddfod in Pembrokeshire.
It is obvious why the actor John Ogwen has chosen Eigra Lewsi Robert's novel, 'Mis o Fehefin' as his favourite novel. He played the part of Dic Pwal for a number of series in the television adaptation of the novel, Minafon.
On the eve of the Urdd Eisteddfod 2013, follow the once in a lifetime journey of five young performers who won the chance to perform in the Welsh Festival in Disneyland Paris.
Iolo Williams comes to the end of his journey in the Canadian province of Quebec with the Cree nation. They have lived a self sufficient life here for centuries surviving from the wild meat and fish that share their habitat. As a result of their remote location much of their traditional way of life still exists today. Iolo is on a wild adventure as he lives with the traditional Awashish family at their hunting camp. Learning about the traditional and hunting methods, Iolo finds out how these exceptional people have survived this terrain for centuries. But with times changing for the people and industry such as gold and uranium mines entering their fruitful land, what is the future for this unique nation?
On tonight's programmes, the crew are in Cardigan for the highlight of the week - the announcement of the winner of cariad@iaith 2013. West End singer Lucie Jones - one of cariad@iaith's celebrity learners last year - will be performing one of Wales' most popular songs. The learners will also record a Welsh song in the Flach Studios. The programme continues after Newyddion 9.
On tonight's programmes, the crew are in Cardigan for the highlight of the week - the announcement of the winner of cariad@iaith 2013. West End singer Lucie Jones - one of cariad@iaith's celebrity learners last year - will be performing one of Wales' most popular songs. The learners will also record a Welsh song in the Flach Studios.
Twenty years after being wronged by an adjudicator at the National Eisteddfod in 1968 a young man plans his revenge in this film from the archives. Shown again on the eve of the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Pembrokeshire.
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Today, we look back at a fantastic week at Manorafon Holiday Park. Aled Sam's hilarious voiceover takes us through the week's events - from the classroom to the beach - from nighttime socialising to waking up the next morning! Will the learners miss their home for the week when they leave?
Satirical documentary following a fictional family business in North Wales. We follow day-to-life at the 'Run Sbit company which provides Welsh lookalikes when real-life celebs are far too busy to take part in small time events.