THE popular S4C series, Cynefin, is back and this week the journey continues with a visit to the Gwaun Valley.

Presenter Heledd Cynwal enjoys the company of local characters while archaeologist Iestyn Jones takes a deeper look at the history that has helped define the area in question and Siôn Tomos Owen recounts local tales and mythical stories.

Join them to hear about the incredible stones of Cwm. Memories are also rekindled as Gwennie James, a lifetime resident, remincises being a young child at the school, Ysgol Llanychllwydog,

“I used to walk three miles to school with my sisters and every playtime we use to run up to the hills to play,” said Gwennie.

“I have now been working at the school for over 30 years in charge of the nursery and some of those I cared for, their children are now here. The school was built by the community for the community and it will be here for years to come.”

Hedydd Hughes gives an insight into the unique vocabulary of the area while her daughter Carys Mai Hughes accompanies Heledd on a cycle journey that takes in some breathtaking views and visits ‘Parc y Meirw’, the Field of the Dead, where the last war between the Welsh took place, the Princes of the North against those of the South.

And Carys takes great pleasure in explaining that the Princes of the South were the victors.

Join Heledd, Iestyn and Siôn to find out more as they take us around the Gwaun Valley this Sunday evening, 13 January at 8pm.