In this special documentary broadcast during Dry January 2020, Ffion Dafis goes on a personal journey to encourage an open conversation about our relationship with alcohol. By raising a mirror to her own relationship with the drug, Ffion asks wider questions about the destructive relationship between society and alcohol.
Sunday, January 19, 21.00 S4C
Coverage of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest final in Gliwice, Poland, where Erin Mai will be representing Wales.
Sunday, November 24, 3pm S4C
Rondo are extremely proud to have an in-house ambassador. Lleucu Gruffydd was nominated by Ceredigion Archives to be one of the National Library’s new Archive Ambassadors due to her work on the Cynefin television series. Lleucu will be contributing to the Archive Wales launch in Aberystwyth on the 25th of November.
Heledd Cynwal, Iestyn Jones and Siôn Tomos Owen start a new series of Cynefin visiting Wales’ northenmost town; a town which, at one time, was one of the most important towns in the world. We get to hear about the sailors who sailed the seven seas from Amlwch Port, learn about a war hero from the Great War as well as being allowed to wander through the incredible underground tunnels of the Mynydd Parys copper works.
Sunday, November 3, 8.25 S4C
12 x 60″
One of the most colourful television double acts on S4C will venture further than ever before in a brand new series – Codi Hwyl America. This time, popular Anglesey actor John Pierce Jones and comedian and entertainer Dilwyn Morgan leave their beloved sailboat behind and head for the United States, which figures high on both friends’ bucket lists. Traveling across country in a camper van, they are on the road to prove to themselves that age is not a barrier to new adventures.
In the first programme, they visit Ellis Island where John has family connections, they meet some of the newest Welsh immigrants in the Big Apple and play baseball with a youth charity based in East Harlem. And the first leg of their journey in the camper van turns out to be bumpier than expected!
Monday, October 21, 8.25 S4C
6 x 30″
Do you have memories relating to the Britannia Bridge, especially the 1970 fire and the subsequent rebuild? Do you have any home movie footage from the period?
Rondo Media, a Caernarfon based production company, are looking for home movie footage of the Britannia Bridge, Menai Bridge and surrounding areas from the 1960s through to the present day. The footage could be from boats on the straits, footage of the fire, the rebuild or the opening day of the road bridge. Anything which gives a sense of place and time. This is for a documentary for S4C and BBC celebrating the history of the Britannia Bridge.
We are also interested in speaking to people who have been in any way involved with the bridge over the years, especially eyewitnesses to the fire and people who were involved in the remarkable rebuild.
If you’d like to share your story, or if you’ve got any video footage, please contact us:
The search for a Junior Eurovision star is back on our screens for 2019. This is our opportunity to discover a young performer to represent Wales in the prestigious Junior Eurovision 2019 competition which will be held this year in Poland. In the initial programmes, we meet a wide range of talented, young performers during the selection process.
Chwilio am Seren
Tuesday, September 03, 20.00 S4C
60’ x 3
Final – Wales
Tuesday, September 24, 20.00 S4C
Junior Eurovision: Y Ffeinal
Live coverage from Gliwice, Poland
Sunday, November 24, 15.00 S4C
The second Eurovision Choir competition will take place at the Partille Arena, Gothenburg, Sweden. 10 of Europe’s best amateur choirs will attempt to impress a panel of international choral stars by performing a selection of music, unaccompanied, and in a variety of different styles. Representing Wales will be the winner of the Côr Cymru 2019 competition, Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion. Morgan Jones presents, with a half an hour taster following the choir as they prepare before the competition.
Côr Eurovision 2019 – Y Daith i Gothenburg
Friday, August 2, 18.35 S4C
1 x 25″
Saturday, August 3, 19.00 S4C
1 x 135″
Rondo producer at prestigious international festival
One of the themes at Galway International Arts Festival this year was walls and boundaries. Following the excellent response to Y Wal (The Wall or An Balla on TG4), Caryl Ebenzer (Y Wal producer – Rondo/ S4C) along with Síle Nic Chonaonaigh (presenter of the TG4 version) and some of the international contributors, were invited to speak about the experience of co-producing this special series.