|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|News editor(s)||Angharad Mair|
|Production location(s)||Llanelli, Caernarfon|
|Running time||30 or 60 minutes (including advertisements)|
|Original release||17 September 1990 – 2003 |
1 March 2012 –
|Preceded by||Wedi 7|
|Related shows||Prynhawn Da|
Heno was first broadcast on S4C on Monday 17 September 1990, made by production company Agenda (which became Tinopolis) in Swansea. It was replaced by a similar programme, Wedi 7 (Welsh for After 7), in 2003.
Heno returned on 1 March 2012 after Tinopolis won a £5.1 million contract. 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.
In its original run, Heno was broadcast at 6pm each weekday 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.
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