Pili Pala centres on a human but ‘bad medical practice’ decision that sets in motion a chain of events and repercussions that rollercoasters out of control. Sara Morris (Sian Reese-Davies - Craith/Hidden), a senior consultant in a Fetal Medicine Department puts her career at risk and her personal life under unbearable strain when, against the advice of colleagues, she agrees to take on her friend, Elin (Fflur Medi Owen) as a patient. A drama about family and friendships with universal themes: the perception of loyalty; the storm of betrayal; the desperation of infertility; and the moral and emotional dilemmas of termination.
Drama portraying the conflict between fictional journalists, advisors and politicians who are all members of fictional parties in Cardiff Bay. Following elections, a coalition is in power, between three parties, The New Conservatives, Nationalists and The Democrats with the Socialists in opposition.
Seacht (Irish for "seven") is a college drama series following the lives of seven college students (Brian, Caroline, Pete, Joanne, Eithne, Linda, Decko, Paddy, and Marcas) at the Arts Department of Queen's University in Belfast. The drama was broadcast on Irish language broadcaster TG4 and on BBC Two Northern Ireland.
The life of Aifric whose wacky family have just moved to a new town in the West of Ireland. The 14-year-old wants nothing more than to fit in but feels her family will not make it easy for her. Her mother is a new-age hippy who has banned television, while her father is a wannabe rock star, and her little brother is annoying.
In a road trip towards past and future, three destinies are coming across and together on Breton roads. Marie, a middle-aged businesswoman, is driving away from her relationship and problems at work. She meets Fañch, and old man holding a mysterious biscuits tin under his arm. Both of them will also come across with Klet, a young man whose step-brother is pursuing. He is trying to go to Roscoff where he wants to take a ferry towards Great Britain.
Seven students, a teacher... all together in the kitchen of a university residence! Come and discover Gwenola from the Monts d'Arrée mountains, Katell from St-Pol-de-Léon, Meriadeg the Breton separatist, Aleksandru the Romanian, Bleuenn the Parisian, among others. They all study at university. And they are all telling about their woes in the kitchen of the university residence: classes, love, clothes, food, girls, boys, work... Ken Tuch' is the most hilarious sitcom, written and played in a living Breton: the Breton spoken by the youths of the 2000s. There will be fun for young and old alike!
A documentary series by Perynn Bleunven and Mai Lincoln. (Kalanna Production)
Around the whole world, let's discover the children's best friends: their pets. Two-legged or four-legged, up in the air or down in the water, totally unusual or terribly cute, they will bring joy to the whole family... and more.