Worship and song from Llanllawddog Parish Church in Cenarth, Carmarthenshire. There is a performance by one of the community's most well-known characters, tenor Washington James, and also featured is the work of Melita Fowler, who runs the local museum.
A dramatic adaptation of the script from the hugely successful theatre production Tir Sir Gar, written by Roger Williams. Members of a family are forced to decide on the future of their farm following the sudden illness of the father, and one of his children contemplates stepping forward to keep the family tradition alive. The tale investigates the challenge facing farmers today and the social changes taking place in rural Wales. Starring Rhian Morgan and Dewi Rhys Williams.
The presenter and his angling friend Rhys Llywelyn head to Australia to explore the country's fishing industry. In the first programme, they visit Sydney's world-famous fish market, and face a surprise climb to the top of Sydney Tower, before feasting on some delicious catches at a barbecue.
Rhaid i Moc dawelu meddwl Diane ar ol i stori am gau'r gangen leol o Fanc Dyfed ymddangos yn y papur. Ceisia Sheryl wynebu bywyd bob dydd ond mae'r stori am y trais wedi lledaenu drwy'r cwm ac mae pawb yn fwy na pharod i fynegi eu barn. Moc tries to ease Diane's mind when she reads that the Cwmderi branch of Banc Dyfed is closing, while Sheryl tries to move on with her life as her news spreads.
BBC1 Wales 21:00-22:00
Jonathan Davies' life has been touched by tragedy, which shaped him as a man and a player. Here the former rugby union and league star talks about his career, his family life and his upbringing in Trimsaran, while footage shows what a great athlete he was. Today, he is best known for his work behind the microphone, but few people realise just how much effort he also puts into raising money for charities close to his heart. Contributors include Rob Jones, Jeremy Guscott, Rob Andrew, Sean Fitzpatrick and Shaun Edwards.
Musician Gwyneth Glyn takes to the Acapela stage, weaving together Welsh poetry and Urdu songs as she performs alongside Tauseef Akhtar from Mumbai. Plus, appearances by RT Dixie Band and Richard James.
Cefin Roberts directs hymn singing from the Chapel of the Trinity in Pwllheli, the venue for the festival of sacred song that was held to end last year's activities at the Urdd National Eisteddfod in Glynllifon. A number of local talents perform, including Sian and Alys Crisp.
Diane insists on holding a public meeting to discuss the closing of the bank, and is adamant that Moc attends. Meanwhile, Sheryl feels alienated within the community as she faces up to life without Garry.
The presenter and his angling friend Rhys Llywelyn fish for mako shark in Tasmania, before travelling over the island's beautiful landscape in a seaplane. Afterwards, they move on to Port Arthur to visit one of Australia's most significant heritage sites, and complete this leg of their journey by going their separate ways for a day - with one of them hoping to catch black sea bream and the other trout.
Ed reaches breaking point and sacks Gemma, but she has a plan to be reinstated. Meanwhile, Jinx begins to lose patience with the medical team treating Arwen. With on-screen English subtitles.
Coach Tour Guide
BBC1 Wales 22:35-23:05
The comedian tries his hand at being a coach tour guide, escorting a busload of Welsh pensioners to Antwerp and Bruges - but the closest he's ever come to giving a guided tour is showing a builder to the toilet in his flat. His talent with an audience proves of little use when he has to reel off a list of facts about Belgium, and getting his elderly charges out of bed in the morning is a major challenge.
Alternative rock band Peasant's King performs in the studio, along with home-grown folk singer Gareth Bonello, who is currently recording his third album, and Senegalese kora player Seckou Keita.
Comedi byrlymus yng nghwmni tair o ferched enwocaf Caernarfon yn ystod eu gwyliau blynyddol ym mharadwys, sef Playas Las Americas, Tenerife. Dim ond un peth sydd ar meddwl y tair wrth iddyn nhw hedfan i gyfeiriad eu hoff westy, ond y tro hwn mae yna fwy o gyffro na'r arfer yn eu disgwyl. Comedy about three travel agents from Caernarfon, who search for sun, sex and sangria as they enjoy a fun-filled holiday in Tenerife - until they land themselves in hot water.