Nid oes dull mwy uniongyrch o drosglwyddo gwybodaeth a barn na thrwy gyfrwng teledu, ac y mae TWW yn enwog erbyn hyn am rymuster a choethder eu rhaglenni trafod.
Yn y gyfres Pawb â’i Farn bu tri Chymro adnabyddus yn trafod pwnc o ddiddordeb arbennig bob wythnos, gyda John Eilian yn y gadair, ac mewn cyfres arall, Gŵr Gwadd, bu panel o dair merch yn holi rhai o wŷr a gwragedd amlycaf y genedl.
Y mae Mr. Raymond Edwards yn un arall o gadeiryddion llithrig a deallus rhaglenni TWW.
The cultural pattern of Wales, which has emerged over the centuries, now has added expression through the modern medium of television.
This website illustrates some aspects of the Welsh programmes produced by TWW at their Pontcanna Studios, Cardiff, for viewers served by the St. Hilary transmitter of the Independent Television Authority.
Each month the Welsh programme Land of Song is seen throughout Great Britain by some ten million viewers — the largest audience ever obtained by a Welsh programme series. It is the most consistently successful musical programme ever presented on television.
The groups of singers who appear in the programme were formed and trained by TWW musical director Norman Whitehead and, with the programme centred on the imaginary village of Llantelly, director Christopher Mercer places the show in a different setting each month.
Other musical programmes presented by TWW have included Trysor o Gân, an intimate programme featuring leading Welsh instrumentalists and singers and Hoff Alawon, in which distinguished guests selected their favourite music.
After varied experience in the London theatre, Ivor Emmanuel gained a significant personal success in TWW programmes. On independent television he has become an ambassador of song for the land of his birth.
Following the particular success of his work with the Pontcanna Children’s Choir, he and the children were selected to appear in the 1960 Royal Variety Performance in an excerpt from Land of Song.