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Programme logo
Genre News magazine
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) Welsh
News editor(s) Angharad Mair
Production location(s) Llanelli, Caernarfon
Running time 30 or 60 minutes (including advertisements)
Production company(s) Tinopolis
Original network S4C
Original release 17 September 1990 (1990-09-17) – 2003
1 March 2012 – present
Preceded by Wedi 7
Related shows Prynhawn Da
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Heno (Welsh for Tonight) is S4C's evening magazine television programme, broadcast at 7pm each weekday. Its afternoon sister programme is called Prynhawn da (Welsh for Good Afternoon).


Heno was first broadcast on S4C on Monday 17 September 1990,[1] made by production company Agenda (which became Tinopolis) in Swansea.[2] It was replaced by a similar programme, Wedi 7 (Welsh for After 7), in 2003.[3]

Heno returned on 1 March 2012[4] after Tinopolis won a £5.1 million contract.[5] The show is broadcast from Tinopolis's Llanelli studio. In May 2012 they re-opened their studio in Caernarfon (which they had recently closed) following complaints that the programme was too Llanelli-based. The Caernarfon studio created content about North and Mid-Wales.[5][6]


In its original run, Heno was broadcast at 6pm each weekday[1] but since its return it is now shown between 7pm and 8pm on Mondays to Fridays. Broadcasts are live, with a variety of guests chatting with the presenters in the Llanelli studio. Several reporters provide short items of interest from around Wales.[1]


It was originally presented by Angharad Mair, Sian Thomas, Iestyn Garlick and Glynog Davies (now a producer of the programme).[1] Mair and Thomas are still (2015) regular presenters.


  1. ^ a b c d Jones, Hannah (15 September 2015). "Happy birthday Heno! Thanks for the memories... and the mullets". Wales Online. Cardiff: Trinity Mirror. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
  2. ^ Barry, Sion (15 December 2010). "A business club date for Tinopolis executive chairman". Wales Online. Cardiff: Trinity Mirror. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
  3. ^ "Wedi 7; S4C, 7pm". Western Mail (in Welsh). 11 October 2008. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
  4. ^ Neilan, Catherine (23 March 2012). "S4C demands Tinopolis improves series". Broadcast. Media Business Insight. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
  5. ^ a b Tom Bodden (14 April 2012). "S4C show to reopen Caernarfon base after viewers' complaints". Daily Post. Llandudno Junction: Trinity Mirror. ISSN 2046-1445. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
  6. ^ "S4C to make Heno changes". South Wales Evening Post. Swansea: Trinity Mirror. 16 April 2012. ISSN 0307-5672. Retrieved 8 November 2015.

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