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Monday-Friday, June 17-21, BBC Wales on S4C, 8pm
Mae'r newyddion am y trais yn lledaenu ac mae pawb yn y cwm yn fwy na pharod i leisio'u barn. Ond er iddi geisio symud ymlaen â'i bywyd, mae Sheryl yn poeni am Kevin, ac ar ôl beth ddigwyddodd yn y garej, mae'n awyddus i wybod beth mae'n fwriadu wneud nesaf. A fydd Kevin yn dial arni hi a Garry? Beth fydd cam nesaf Sheryl, a sut fydd Garry yn ymateb?
Wedi i'r stori am gau'r gangen leol o Fanc Dyfed ymddangos yn y papur lleol, ceisia Moc dawelu'r dyfroedd, gan fynnu na wnaiff adael i'r fath beth ddigwydd tra ei fod ef yn reolwr.
Wrth i Sioned ddechrau derbyn y gwirionedd am yr Hepatitis B, clyw am ganlyniadau Cadno ac Eifion a does dim all unrhyw un ei wneud i godi ei chalon. Ac er bod Macs wedi gadael y Cwm, mae'i gysgod yn parhau i fod dros berthynas Hywel a Gaynor yn ogystal.
The news of the rape spreads throughout the village, and everyone has an opinion. But as she tries to move on with her life, Sheryl is worried about Kevin and what he'll do next after the incident at the garage. Will he exact his revenge on her and Garry? What will be Sheryl's next move, and how will Garry react?
When the local paper runs a story that the Cwmderi branch of Banc Dyfed is closing, Moc tries to quell the storm, insisting he will never let such a thing happen.
As Sioned starts to face up to life with Hepatitis B, she hears about Cadno and Eifion's results and there's nothing anyone can do to cheer her up. And despite the fact that Macs has left the Cwm, he remains an unwanted presence in the relationship between Hywel and Gaynor.
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Saturday, June 15.
Polecats and baby owls, ferrets and falcons, snakes and hedgehogs - get up close to some of these neighbours on a wild family day out in Cardiff. Join the BBC Summer of Wildlife TV presenters and discover your extraordinary wildlife neighbours at National Museum Wales, Cardiff on Saturday, June 15.
The council is among the first in Wales to sign up to the Welsh Procurement Policy that requires public sector organisations to spend as much of their money locally as possible.
Swansea Council already spends £75 million every year with Swansea-based businesses and suppliers, and a further £58 million a year with businesses and suppliers based elsewhere in Wales.
The term "Hidden gem" has been used many times over the past few weeks at Wyndcliffe Court. "Magical", "stunning", "glorious" - are just some of the words used by visitors in their feedback. The reaction from the public since the Grade II listed gardens opened to the public on 3rd May has been one of shock that they didn't know it existed, awe at its incredible gardens and delight at the sculptures it has on show.
The Urban Bat Project is looking for people who would be prepared to arm themselves with an electronic bat detector and help collect data on the number and species of bats living in Swansea.
An exhibition of pictures of Welsh wildlife and the environment by members of the Cardiff Naturalists Society at the West Wharf Gallery, Jacobs Building, Cardiff.
The work will include pictures of a wild range of our wildlife, environment, birds, plants, animals and geology, and will include some rarities that have been discovered by members of the society and on society events.
On their launch night, Thursday 2nd May, from six to nine-thirty p.m., Alexandra, Alex and Christine at Wyndcliffe Court Sculpture Gardens in St Arvans, Monmouthshire, sipped Pimm's, wine and champagne on the terrace and allowed their invited guests to view the Elegance and Form Spring Sculpture Show for the first time. Around 150 local dignitaries, owners of local tourist attractions, photographers and press mingled with the sculptors and their guests and a good time was had by all.