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-Good evening and welcome to our

-first programme on a Friday in 2017.

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-It's cold outside, so put your feet

-up with us for the next hour or so.

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-It's the first time we've presented

-on the sofa together.

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-We used to do this every day

-on Planed Plant eleven years ago.

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-Yes, that's us with Alex Jones

-and we've haven't changed at all.

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-I wonder what happened to her!

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-Let's see where the Heno cameras

-are tonight.

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-I'm in Cardiff keeping fit with

-the fitness trainer, Anna Reich.

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-My New Year's resolution is to keep

-fit all year round and I'm sweating!

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-I'm at Ebenezer Chapel in Dinas

-Mawddwy for tonight's Plygain.

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-I'll be meeting some of those

-who make this service so special.

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-We also meet Cari Hughes,

-a young athlete from Anglesey.

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-She is representing GB in an

-international race in Edinburgh.

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-Don't worry, we don't have a

-mannequin challenge here tonight.

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-We will be looking

-at the fashion trends of 2017.

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-Piantel, a piano and harp combo,

-are also in the studio.

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-They are Annette Bryn Parri

-and Dylan Cernyw.

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-On the sofa tonight,

-the journalist Iolo ap Dafydd...

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-..and the actress, Catherine Ayres.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Iolo, it must be nice

-to be home in Wales.

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-Yes, I spend a lot of time

-in Turkey.

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-I'm back home for the flu!

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-A new series of Byw Celwydd

-starts on Sunday at 9.00pm on S4C.

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-But first let's return to Gerallt

-at the Plygain in Dinas Mawddwy.

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-It's one of the biggest nights

-in the area at this time of year.

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-Welcome to the Plygain service at

-Ebenezer Chapel in Dinas Mawddwy.

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-Earlier I caught up with a famous

-singing family from the area.

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-They are stalwarts of the Plygain

-here in Dinas Mawddwy.

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-# For the sake of this very morning

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-# As a little baby, a little baby

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-# Was born the root of Jesse

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-# As a little baby #

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-A successful Plygain wouldn't happen

-but for homes like Tyn-y-Pwll.

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-It's a truly musical home.

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-The family raised here is

-responsible to a large degree...

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-..for the success of the Plygain

-in Dinas Mawddwy.

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-# Suckling the breast of Mary #

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-Mag Pugh and four of her sons

-have singing in their blood.

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-Singing at the Plygain

-is the lifeblood of this family.

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-I will take in seven or eight

-over the season.

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-The first Plygain

-is at Y Parc in Bala.

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-I'll go to Darowen

-and even t Penymorfa.

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-I sing solos.

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-I live too far away to sing

-duets and trios with the others.

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-# In Bethlehem he appeared

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-# Christ our Lord God #

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-25 years of leading Parti Mawddwy

-must have been a pleasant affair.

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-Yes, we've had a lot of fun.

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-We try to get in about four or five

-rehearsals beforehand.

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-These are always fun

-as we try to learn new songs.

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-New songs will require

-more time to perfect.

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-# He was put there so cruelly #

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-All I do is turn up.

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-My brother, Arwel, leads the party.

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-I've been with him since he started,

-as has Gwyn.

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-A group of us come together to learn

-new songs and go over old ones.

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-We have to have a back-up

-in case others sing our songs.

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-# The true heir of the Father #

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-Our main aim is to keep

-the old traditions alive.

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-We don't want to start

-singing popular songs.

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-We want to continue

-singing the old words.

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-The words are what's important.

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-It is a religious service after all,

-not a variety night.

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-# A day when the blind shall see #

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-You are worth seeing

-and listening to.

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-You must be very proud of the boys.

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-I'm very proud of each

-and every one of them.

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-I give thanks for that.

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-The Plygain season is a happy time.

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-When we were children,

-we used to sing.

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-It's the singing that I remember.

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-That was at the Mawddwy church.

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-Christmas and carol singing

-is very close to my heart.

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-# In the stall in Beth'lem of Judah

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-# On Mary's knee #

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-That was an unforgettable experience

-at their home.

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-I'm joined by two from the choir.

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-I'm joined by Robert Wyn.

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-I have been singing for many years.

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-It's a family tradition.

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-It's an important night locally.

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-We try to keep things going

-in the area.

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-Singing is in your blood, Rhian.

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-My grandfather sang at a Plygain

-in the 1960s.

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-My mother also sang.

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-What are singing you tonight?

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-We will sing a lot of carols.

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-We stick to what we know.

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-It's a lovely night.

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-It's only on once a year.

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-We see some people only once a year!

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-There will be more on Monday's Heno.

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-Thank you, Gerallt.

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-It's time to catch up with

-the journalist, Iolo ap Dafydd.

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-It must be nice

-to be back in Wales.

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-Your home is Turkey.

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-You work for an independent

-television company out there.

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-I don't know where my home is!

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-Cardiff is my home really.

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-I work for a TV station in Turkey.

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-TRIPTYCH wanted an English station.

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-The new channel is started

-by foreign workers.

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-Then the locals are brought

-in slowly.

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-Nobody wanted the coup last year.

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-It's great to work with

-people across the world.

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-There are two other Welsh speakers

-there.

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-What kind of place is Turkey?

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-Many consider it a holiday

-destination.

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-Turkey is a huge country.

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-It takes two hours to fly across

-the country.

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-A Russian plane was shot

-over the country.

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-Putin stopped Russians

-going on holiday.

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-It was far from the resorts.

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-You have also been in the USA.

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-It was very interesting.

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-I was there for six weeks.

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-I went to Las Vegas first.

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-I met a film-maker there.

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-It was to look at the election.

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-It was about normal voters.

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-We filmed in Nevada and Arizona.

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-We filmed a guy called Jerome Evans.

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-He had been in school in Wales.

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-Your children have grown up.

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-Were you home over Christmas?

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-I was so ill with the flu

-after the bombing in Turkey.

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-I took days off to come home.

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-I had to work on Christmas Day.

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-I saw the family before Christmas.

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-It was at a family wedding.

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-My daughters are across the country.

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-One is in France.

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-You must come to Turkey!

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-Thanks for the chat, Iolo,

-and good luck for the future.

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-Time for a break now,

-but coming up...

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-..we'll be with Yvonne, who is

-preparing for her fitness session.

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-We also look forward to a new series

-of Byw Celwydd with Catherine Ayres.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-At the start of January, our gyms

-and fitness centres are packed out.

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-Getting in shape is one of the most

-popular New Year resolutions.

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-It's claimed that 98% of people make

-resolutions to stay fit and healthy.

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-I never make any.

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-You and I are part of the 2% who

-doesn't and I think it's pointless.

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-But I'm sure Yvonne doesn't,

-as she's hit the gym tonight.

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-Yes, I'm in my lycra tonight.

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-They're a bit snug after feasting

-on all that Christmas food!

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-But the new year brings

-resolutions to get fit.

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-I'm at instructor, Anna Reich's

-fitness centre in Cardiff tonight.

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-Thank you for the welcome.

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-Many people have made

-resolutions to get fit this year.

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-But what's the secret

-to sticking at it?

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-It's important to be realistic

-and don't be too strict in January.

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-Choose a few things

-to tackle on your list of goals.

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-Continue with a few more

-in February, March and so on.

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-Take your time and be realistic.

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-Don't just blame December

-for your weight-gain.

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-And January shouldn't be only month

-to get rid of it.

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-You have to be patient and it

-could take up to a year or more.

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-My friends, Nadine and Sharon

-are already working up a sweat!

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-Let's go through a few moves

-to get your body fit.

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-We'll perform four exercises

-for 30 seconds.

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-Squats firm and lift the buttocks.

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-Push your bottom out

-as far as you can.

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-Lift and clench. Can you feel it?

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-Breathe in on the way down

-and out on the way up.

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-Don't push your hips out.

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-Three more squats.

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-One...

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-..and the final one.

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-One, two, three and push.

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-To make it difficult,

-hold the position.

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-My bottom is tough as a nut!

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-The next exercise takes

-30 seconds to do at home.

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-Lunges are great for your legs

-and below the waist.

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-Hands on your hips, shoulder back

-and tighten your belly button.

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-Step forward, Push your hips,

-lift and step back.

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-We'll do the right leg. Breathe in.

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-Breathe out.

-Pull back and not forward.

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-What part of the body

-are we working on?

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-The bottom and the legs.

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-Another two - one...

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-And push... two.

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-And push, and a small jog.

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-You can do these exercises

-in the lounge and office.

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-Let's move over here.

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-If you feel more athletic,

-raise those legs higher.

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-Let's work on the back of the arms.

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-Many people complain about

-this part of the body.

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-Yvonne is doing the advanced move.

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-Make it easier by bending your legs.

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-Push up and down,

-touch the floor and straight up.

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-Stay close to the bench.

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-Bend those knees.

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-No broken arms? Great!

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-And push.

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-I was tempted to sit on your lap

-to make it tougher for you!

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-Do a knee-high jog.

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-The fourth and final exercise

-works the core.

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-Hands behind the ears.

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-Elbows touch the inside of

-your knees.

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-Breathe in and out.

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-Bend down so the elbow touches

-the inside of your leg.

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-I'm touching the inside of my leg.

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-I feel great! What about you?

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-Thanks for the advice

-to kick start the year.

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-I hope to see Alun and Mari

-in the gym soon!

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-Maybe!

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-Annette Bryn Parri and Dylan Cernyw

-otherwise known as Piantel...

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-..will join us for a chat later.

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-The actress, Catherine Ayers

-joins us for a chat now.

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-Many viewers are anticipating the

-return of series two of Byw Celwydd.

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-But for those of us who didn't see

-series one, tell us more about it.

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-It's a political drama

-set in Cardiff Bay.

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-It follows the story of

-Angahrad Wyn, a TV reporter.

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-She is married to the son

-of the prime minister.

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-She was living a lie.

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-She survived as a prostitute

-in London.

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-She had one client

-who turned up in the series.

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-They had mixed feelings

-for each other.

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-Now they have to work together.

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-They had to keep the secret.

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-Here's a snippet from the new series

-of Byw Celwydd.

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-Welcome back.

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-I can't imagine you're happy to

-see me, but thanks for the effort.

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-That's all water under the bridge,

-Angharad.

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-Onwards.

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-I had meant to get in touch.

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-I had meant to get in touch.

-

-Why, is the more to say?

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-Some tension there.

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-Where does this series pick up?

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-Three weeks have gone by.

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-We now have the fall out of

-my husband finding out.

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-He is willing to keep things secret.

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-But only if I keep things away

-from the public.

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-My husband now has all the power.

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-I try to get out of this jam.

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-You started out as

-a powerful character.

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-She is a great character.

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-These chances don't come up

-too often.

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-She is a modern woman.

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-She is juggling home and a career.

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-She is very determined.

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-She is also very fragile.

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-She has to live with these secrets.

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-Some of the actors in this series

-are the creme-de-le-creme in Wales.

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-There are some great actors

-in the cast.

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-It was fantastic.

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-I would have chosen them all.

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-I get to work with them all.

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-The location is great.

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-James Bond wasn't allowed

-to film there.

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-There have been changes in your

-personal life since series one.

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-Just before the first series,

-I got married.

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-In this series, I was pregnant.

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-Costumes were a problem.

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-I wore more floaty clothes.

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-Alby is my son.

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-Leo is his brother.

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-Hello, boys!

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-Time for your final reminder

-of our New Year's competition.

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-You can win a television or an iPad

-to cheer you up this January.

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-You can choose which prize you want

-but you need to answer our question.

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-What name is traditionally given

-to 6 January, which is today!

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-1) New Year's Eve, 2) Christmas Eve,

-or 3) Twelfth Night?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-All entrants must be 18 or over.

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-The phone lines close at 3.00pm

-on Monday 9 January.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you may still be charged.

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-For full terms and conditions,

-email us on heno@tinopolis.com

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-Good luck to you!

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-It's time for a break

-but when we return...

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-..Huw Fash is here with his models

-to look at fashion trends in 2017.

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-See you in a couple of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Following all the Christmas fuss

-and the holiday sales...

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-..I'm surprised that anyone would

-want to go shopping for clothes.

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-Believe it or not, the latest

-collections are waiting for you.

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-Huw Rees is here to give us a

-glimpse into the trends of the year.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It's great see Alun looking minimal

-tonight!

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-He looks simple in his suit!

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-The latest trends are out.

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-Very few collections

-are in the shops.

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-Sales have taken over the shops.

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-Clothes that come out in January are

-on sale in February.

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-Black Friday gives you 30% off.

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-Flick the magazines

-and surf for the trends online.

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-I was at the Julien Macdonald

-catwalk show six months ago.

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-He had a couture look.

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-Many men were wearing

-military jackets.

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-The military look is in.

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-Ruby is wearing a similar jacket.

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-The military look will be

-fashionable this year.

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-Be careful how you pass off this

-look.

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-It's black and navy.

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-There's velvet on the sleeves.

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-I move on to denim now.

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-Denim does bridge the seasons.

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-Denim has a strong influence this

-year.

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-Denim shirts have always

-been in fashion.

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-The jumpsuit is from M.i.H

-and costs 295.

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-The high street will follow

-this look within weeks.

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-Our models are all different sizes.

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-The measurements are suitable here.

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-The fit is great.

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-We also have some brogues.

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-Steffan Parry

-is from Megan's school.

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-He had an injury this morning.

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-Here's a shout out to him!

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-The dress is by Stylenanda

-from ASOS and priced 75.

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-There's a 1970s feel here.

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-Match it with some daps

-in the summer.

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-Italian leather in the bag.

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-Let's move on to the sport

-influence.

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-These aren't clothes for the gym!

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-This will be a strong look

-this year.

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-Inside the coat

-we have a crop top and skirt.

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-Wear the coat on its own if you

-want.

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-So much variety.

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-The four looks are so different.

0:32:410:32:44

-In the final part

-of tonight's programme...

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-..we enjoy a chat and a song from

-Annette Bryn Parri and Dylan Cernyw.

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-Otherwise known as Piantel.

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-Elin also meets a young athlete...

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-..who will run for Great Britain in

-cross-country in Edinburgh tomorrow.

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-Join us in a couple of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

0:33:130:33:15

-Piantel are with us tonight,

-the piano and harp combo.

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-They are Annette Bryn Parri

-and Dylan Cernyw.

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-I want to call you Annette Bryn

-Piano!

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-It's been over a year since we were

-last here.

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-How did it all start?

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-We came together as we are

-accompanists to choirs.

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-Cefin from Glanaethwy got involved.

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-We filled in as a favour.

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-It started from there.

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-Piantel has been around for 10

-years.

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-Ten years have passed.

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-So much has happened.

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-We have travelled and quarrelled!

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-What is on the CD?

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-There's a celebratory CD out.

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-We have a mix of new and old

-favourites.

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-There's Ava Maria

-and a Christmas collection.

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-Do you have a jamming session?

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-We need time to be together

-as our lives are so busy.

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-We have a special rapport.

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-We try to create a framework.

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-The CD is a combination of three

-other records.

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-We tend to decide what songs are on

-the CDs.

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-I get in touch with Annette

-about them first.

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-Some of them work.

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-We have performed them all.

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-We see which ones the audiences

-like.

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-What are you performing tonight?

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-Tonight, we'll be performing

-Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag.

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-We like playing songs

-by Robat Arwyn and Rhys Jones.

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-We are very lucky in Wales.

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-We have a concert in Galeri,

-Caernarfon.

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-It's a St David's Day concert.

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-We are also in Llandudno.

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-Do you sing these days?

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-Annette and Dylan

-accompanied me many years ago.

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-Tomorrow in Edinburgh, the world's

-best cross-country runners...

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-..including the Olympic champion,

-Mo Farah.

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-They'll compete in a series

-of international races...

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-..which is one of the main events

-in the British athletics diary.

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-Griffiths of Swansea Harriers...

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-..is Cari Hughes, a young promising

-athlete from Anglesey...

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-..who will receive her first

-international vest.

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-Elin has been to find out more.

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-January is that time of year when we

-want to banish that Christmas bulge.

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-Running doesn't come naturally

-for many of us...

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-..but Cari Hughes from Llanfechell,

-Anglesey, loves to don her trainers!

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-As a child,

-I competed in community races.

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-I started competing against other

-British girls and was successful.

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-One of my biggest triumphs

-was the British Cross-country.

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-I train with a group at three

-sessions a week at Treborth.

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-I run twice a week at home in the

-morning and night and go to the gym.

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-I run before and after school.

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-Do you have time to do homework?!

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-Do you have time to do homework?!

-

-Just about!

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-Cari belongs to a talented family.

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-Her brother has represented Britain

-in mountain running...

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-..and gained considerable success

-in the Island Games over the years.

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-We train every day together

-with sessions, hill and gym work.

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-It's handy to have her there

-as I've got someone to speak to.

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-But it's annoying

-when she runs faster than me!

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-It's certainly worth

-visiting your bedroom.

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-These are race numbers on the wall

-with the date and my finish time.

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-Cari will run for the British under

-20s cross-country team this weekend.

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-She was chosen out of 200 girls.

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-Among those travelling to Edinburgh,

-is a star from the running world.

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-It's an amazing feeling and

-he's a hero in the running world.

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-It'll never happen again,

-being on the same team...

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-..as someone who won the double,

-four times at the Olympics.

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-I have met him, and my coach took

-his book to Kenya for me.

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-My coach does a lot for us

-and we couldn't do it without him.

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-This says, "To Cari,

-keep on running, Mo Farah."

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-That's great advice.

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-Their home is awash with photos and

-trophies documenting their success.

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-But who do these youngsters follow?

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-The question is asked a lot

-and I don't know the answer.

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-I'm told that you help out

-with the training.

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-I'm their taxi driver!

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-I join them whilst their on

-the bikes in the morning.

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-It's dark, so I guide them along

-the roads and I look after them.

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-And it keeps you fit.

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-And it keeps you fit.

-

-I don't know!

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-I've never seen anyone transform

-their lounge into a gym.

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-Believe it or not,

-this was once a lovely living room.

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-It's completely transformed.

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-The price of having

-talented offspring.

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-Cari's ambition is to reach the

-Commonwealth and Olympic Games.

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-She's following the footsteps of her

-heroine, the athlete, Non Stanford.

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-Non Stanford won four Welsh

-School races consecutively.

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-I was fortunate to win it five times

-consecutively and break her record.

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-Look where Non Stanford is today.

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-Look where Non Stanford is today.

-

-She's doing really well.

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-I'd say you're on your way, Cari,

-and good luck to you in Edinburgh.

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-Keep us posted.

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-Good luck to Cari

-and the British team...

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-..at the championships tomorrow.

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-Good luck to Dewi Griffiths who

-will be running alongside Mo Farah.

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-Another event has reached us

-for this weekend.

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-The Ceredigion Urdd forum gig...

0:42:460:42:49

-..will be held at Victoria Hall,

-Lampeter from 8.00pm tomorrow.

0:42:490:42:55

-Piantel and the actress,

-Catherine Ayres...

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-..are still here in the studio.

0:43:000:43:02

-Watch the new series of Byw Celwydd

-on S4C this Sunday at 9.00pm.

0:43:040:43:09

-There are eight episodes.

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-It's a political drama.

0:43:260:43:28

-Your character will be up to no

-good!

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-My character will get in

-to some sort of trouble!

0:43:380:43:42

-We would like to wish

-all the best to Cor Glanaethwy.

0:43:540:43:58

-They are on their way to New York.

0:44:020:44:05

-Ella, hello!

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-I like to say hello to my

-granddaughter, Ela too.

0:44:090:44:12

-Don't forget about

-our New Year's competition.

0:44:120:44:15

-You can choose which prize to have

-but you need to answer our question.

0:44:150:44:18

-What name is traditionally given

-to 6 January, which is today!

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-1) New Year's Eve, 2) Christmas Eve,

-or 3) Twelfth Night?

0:44:220:44:26

-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

0:44:270:44:30

-For full terms and conditions,

-email us at heno@tinopolis.com

0:44:300:44:34

-That's all from us this evening.

0:44:340:44:36

-Prynhawn Da returns

-at 2.00pm on Monday.

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-On Heno, we'll have more from

-the Plygain in Dinas Mawddwy.

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-We'll be revealing the winner

-of our New Year's competition.

0:44:430:44:47

-Sulwyn Thomas and Richard Rees

-will be in the studio...

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-..to talk about 20 years

-of the Ffermio TV programme.

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-We leave you in the sound

-of Piantel.

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-Annette Bryn Parri and Dylan Cernyw

-play Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag.

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-Thanks for watching and goodnight.

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-APPLAUSE

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Yr actores Catherine Ayers fydd yn y stiwdio i son am gyfres newydd o'r ddrama boblogaidd 'Byw Celwydd'. Actress Catherine Ayers is in the studio as political drama 'Byw Celwydd' returns.