Singer Leah Owen and presenter Stifyn Parri join Margaret Williams as she guides them through a selection of their performances in the TV archives. The host is also joined by up-and-coming vocalist Lewys Siencyn.
Drama following the professional and personal lives of a group of teachers working at a Welsh language comprehensive school, dealing with a number of issues during and after the school day. The first half or each episode centres on the work-side, the second half on the home-side of their affairs.
After waking up with a hangover on Mark's sofa, Diane is forced to concentrate when she receives the detailed plan for the housing development. Meanwhile, Eifion struggles to understand why Macs refuses to take the medical tests.
Nia Parry and Matt Johnson send some of the learners back to school to teach a class full of children, while the rest of the group helps make sausages at a butcher's shop in Crymych. Continues after the News and Weather.
BBC1 Wales 22:35-23:05
Stories of the city's homeless, meeting people featured in last year's documentary series Swansea: Living on the Streets. They include Andy and his 72-year-old dad Cookie, both trapped by their alcoholism and both being constantly moved on by the police. However, Andy is so desperate to escape living rough he turns to the Church to help get him into a rehab programme. The film also catches up with Stevie, who too was struggling with addiction and considered breaking the law just to get a prison bed. A year later, his life has been transformed. Last in the series.
Rugby player Rhodri Gomer sets the learners a physical challenge at the Urdd Camp in Llangrannog, as they tackle the assault course and climbing wall. Plus, at the Penllwyndu pub in Llangoedmor a special guest is playing the piano and artist Rhiannon Roberts gives the learners an artistic project to complete in New Quay, Ceredigion.
An outraged Jinx demands that Macs explain his refusal to take the medical tests that could prove to be the key to saving Arwen. Meanwhile, Garry is unhappy that Kevin spoke to Hywel about Wil's place on the rugby team.
The crew heads to Cardigan, where the winner of this year's contest is announced. West End singer Lucie Jones - one of last year's celebrity participants - is on hand to perform one of Wales' most popular songs, and the learners are challenged to record a Welsh song in the Flach Studios. Continues after Newyddion 9 a'r Tywydd.
Pianist Nerys Richards and singer-songwriter Geraint Griffiths join Margaret Williams as she guides them through a selection of their performances in the TV archives. The host is also joined by young violinist Charlie Lovell-Jones.
Presenter and adventurer Lowri Morgan selects Si Hei Lwli, by Angharad Tomos, as her favourite novel. She speaks about the book's central theme of old-age as the aspect that resounds most with her, due to her family's personal experiences of caring for elderly relatives. Last in the series.
The programme revisits Caersalem Chapel in the heart of the Gwendraeth Valley in Pontyberem. It is close to the headquarters of Menter Iaith Cwm Gwendraeth, an organisation that has worked over the last two decades to promote the Welsh language in the area. Key personnel explain their objectives for the initiative and demonstrate some of the work it has achieved in the community. Local singer Gwenda Owen also performs a rendition of the hymn Mae D'eisiau Di Bob Awr with the Bois y Castell choir.
Connie Fisher and Ifan Jones Evans present coverage of the concert to open the Urdd Eisteddfod in Pembrokeshire, the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and art. The show features performances by young Clunderwen tenor Trystan Llyr Griffiths, Lowri Evans, Rhys Meirion, Elin Fflur and Einir Dafydd. They are joined by Iwan John, Aelwyd Hafodwennog, the Pembrokeshire Schools Big Band, Cor Aelwydydd Sir Benfro, and the winner of Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship 2012, Huw Ynyr. There will also be contributions by the casts of the Primary and Youth Shows.
Live coverage from the festival's main stage, where the Action Song competition for primary school children is underway. Plus, highlights of the event's first day, including the medal ceremony for Music Composition.
Meic becomes increasingly worried about Kevin's relationship with Debbie, and begs Sheryl to intervene. Meanwhile, Mark is rebuked for taking Dani to the Urdd Eisteddfod in the school's minibus.
Er bod Gaynor yn meddwl bod mater y cerydd anffurfiol ar ben, mae Mark yn penderfynu ei fod am fynd ar streic. Dydy Jinx ddim yn deall pam nad yw wedi derbyn ei ganlyniadau ar ol y profion yn yr ysbyty. Mark decides to go on strike in response to the formal rebuke, while Jinx cannot understand why he has not received his results from the hospital.
Y Lle: Ochr 1
Perfformiadau gan Swnami a Kizzy Crawford yn ogystal a sgwrs gydag Afal Drwg Efa a fideo newydd gan Ifan Dafydd. Magazine programme, featuring performances by Swnami and Kizzy Crawford. Plus, there is a look at Ifan Dafydd's latest video.
Week In, Week Out: Wales in Pain
BBC1 Wales 22:35-23:05
As painkiller prescriptions increase by 20 per cent in Wales, this programme investigates dependency on medication, including interviews with people who have become addicted to pills.
Macs confesses to Iolo why he is unable to be a donor to Arwen. Meanwhile, Sheryl asks Kevin about his relationship, but he misunderstands her motives. With on-screen English subtitles.
Adar Drycin: Waldo Williams
Can mlynedd ers geni un o feirdd mwyaf Cymru, ystyriwn eto ei fywyd a'r credoau a'i gwnaeth yn elyn i'r gyfundrefn ryfelgar a'i carcharodd. Mae'r rhaglen yn cychwyn yn y bwlch rhwng Waen Parc y Blawd a Pharc y Blawd. Dyma'r ddau gae yn y gerdd enwog, 'Mewn Dau Gae', sy'n esbonio agwedd Waldo at fywyd, sef 'bod dynion, yn gyntaf dim, yn frodyr i'w gilydd'. Pwysleisio cyfrifoldeb yr unigolyn at gyd-ddyn, at genedl ac at Dduw a wnaeth Waldo drwy'i oes. Another chance to see the profile of Welsh poet Waldo Williams as the Urdd Eisteddford visits the county of his birth, Pembrokeshire. Williams' ideals singled him out as an enemy of the establishment and ultimately led to his imprisonment. The programme uses his poem Mewn Dau Gae to illustrate his attitude to life and belief that all people are equal.
Coverage of events from the stage, focusing on competitions for youngsters from Wales' secondary schools. Featuring the Group Theatrical Performance Years 7-9, Monologue Years 10 and under 19 and Song from a Musical. Plus, highlights of the day's events including the Chairing Ceremony.
Kevin completely misunderstands the situation between him and Sheryl when they have dinner. Meanwhile, Jinx discovers he is a match for Arwen and takes a lot of satisfaction in telling Macs.
BBC1 Wales 20:00-20:30
Prince Charles makes a surprise visit during the Christmas rush to find out about the work of stall holders during their busiest and most profitable two weeks of trading. Thousands of people avoid the high-street stores and head to the market with their festive shopping lists, but not everybody has put their orders in on time.
Radio broadcaster Chris Needs and actress Gaynor Morgan Rees join Margaret Williams as she guides them through a selection of their performances in the archives. The host is also joined by young talent Rhodri Prys Jones.
Cyngerdd yr Urdd
A concert from the festival, featuring performances by Trystan Llyr Griffiths, Lowri Evans, Rhys Meirion, Elin Fflur and Einir Dafydd. Presenters Connie Fisher and Ifan Jones Evans are also joined by Iwan John, Aelwyd Hafodwennog, Pembrokeshire Schools Big Band, Cor Aelwydydd Sir Benfro, and Huw Ynyr - the winner of Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship 2012.