The story of discus Paralympic gold medalist Aled Siôn Davies MBE, the young athlete from Bridgend who enjoyed such success at London 2012. We go back to the start of his journey taking in the preparation and hard work before the Games and finishing with the incredible welcome he received back in Wales after the competition. This programme lifts the lid on his Paralympic victory and looks at the lasting effect his success will have on his life.
Series focusing on community papers in Wales, the papurau bro.
Opera star and born showman Bryn Terfel entertains us with songs by an array of operatic rogues.
Dai Jones, Llanilar visits Arthur Roberts and his family, at Ty Draw Farm, Bodfari, near Denbigh. As well as farming, Arthur sells animal feeds and enjoys taking part in sheepdog trials.
Political analysis and discussion from the National Assembly of Wales with Vaughan Roderick
Join Lisa Gwilym and a host of familiar faces for a nostalgic look back at the Urdd camps. Memories of visits to Llangrannog and Glan-llyn flood back to the campers and officials as they recall the community spirit, the activities, singing, laughter and longing. We hear about the laughter and the tears, the funny and sad stories and see great archive footage of campers in the '60s and '70s experiencing the great outdoors, as they leave home perhaps for the first time. Many became lifelong friends and the experience in the Urdd camps has made a lasting impression on many.
Snapshot of childhood in 2010 through the eyes of children and their parents.
Eisteddfod yr Urdd 2013 from Pembrokeshire.
Country and farming magazine including features on all aspects of agriculture and rural life. Following the programme is a seven day weather forecast for farmers.
Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.
Following tonight's drama based on the stories of Bois y Frenni and W. R. Evans, another chance to see this archive documentary about the primary school headteacher, college lecturer, language organiser, school inspector and 'eisteddfodwr' from Pembrokeshire. First broadcast in 1986.
James Lusted is a little man with a huge personality. He has many impressive achievements to his name, despite the fact that he is only 3 feet 7 inches tall. We accompany James and his family on a personal story of strength and determination, to hear first hand how he has conquered every challenge presented to him by his medical condition. We join James for a particularly testing challenge, as he embarks on rehearsals for his big part as a dwarf in the Christmas panto, 'Snow White'. This is a dream come true for James and a big chance to make his size matter! James Lusted will present a new series on S4C starting on Tuesday, Taith Fawr y Dyn Bach
At the start of the Urdd Eisteddfod 2013, the story of the birth of Mr Urdd is told by Wynne Melville Jones. We hear of the character's importance in the development of the Urdd following a difficult period in the movement's history during the late 1960s.
Focus on the arts with Lisa Gwilym.
Magazine series including features on fashion and cookery and advice on decorating your home, choosing a good book, finance and family health.
Dewi 'Pws' Morris visits pubs around Wales to meet the locals and learn some local history.
James Lusted is three feet, 7 inches tall and was born with Diastrophic Dysplasia. In this new series, he travels around Wales to meet people with various disabilities who live life to the full. In this programme he meets Charlotte Doherty from Anglesey. She was born with Cerebral Palsy but despite being in a wheelchair, she acts in dramas and presents a programme on Môn FM.
Current affairs from Wales and the world.
Bethan Gwanas travels along the Yangtze river to see the Three Gorges Dam that has tamed the destructive force of the river and changed the lives of the people that live on its shores.