Ceri wants to give her children toys for Christmas '83, but their father has other plans.
Comedy by Craig Hawes. A lonely bachelor who writes to female prisoners is in for a shock.
When Gwyn investigates a fire on a Welsh farm, he suspects the owners are hiding something
Bethan Roberts' play about Dawn, a fertility nurse with a knack for getting women pregnant
Living alone in a remote part of Wales, Neil comes face to face with his own vulnerability
Paul Dodgson's play examines his newly-acquired fear of driving.
Neil Ansell is living in solitude in a remote part of Wales and revels in the tranquillity
Marion and Richard's garden is thrown into chaos when a hand emerges from their hedge.
Neil Ansell takes over a dilapidated cottage in a very remote part of Wales.
Emily Steele's comedy drama about Dee, who has had issues with food since childhood.
A woman returns home for her mother's funeral and takes stock. Read by Beth Robert.
Can Johnny return everything he has stolen before he becomes a father for the first time?
A young Chinese girl has to translate sensitive information for her mother.
The discovery that a treasured drawing is fake triggers the final death of a relationship.
Ash lost her singing voice when her mum died. How can she get it back?
A searingly honest account of facing up to the reality of a partner's terminal illness.
Welsh poets read from their personal collections
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Farmer Eldryd and his radical daughter Siwan have different ideas about eco-management.
Dramatisation of Trezza Azzopardi's psychological thriller about a musical ghostwriter.
By Catrin Clarke. A mother and daughter wait for a soldier to come back from Afghanistan.
By Charlotte Greig. Young journalist Gemma is sent to interview a former restaurateur.
By Elizabeth Lewis. Charlie's family decamp to Italy, leaving him with his father-in-law.
Dramatisation of Welsh poet Dannie Abse's account of his life after the death of his wife.
By Tina Pepler. Two unlikely partners are brought together by their love for Wales.