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-Hello and welcome
-to Monday night's Heno.
-Congratulations to all
-our national rugby teams...
-..for their victories against Italy.
-Tonight, we're joined by a flanker
-and a rugby broadcaster.
-Forget about Sam Warburton
-and Gareth Charles.
-We welcome Caryl James
-and Sioned Harries.
-Sioned, many congratulations.
-How did it feel to be part
-of the winning side?
-It was brilliant!
-We look forward to the English
-Caryl, we'll have
-your reaction later on.
-The Wales women's rugby team
-were hugely successful in Italy.
-Our lads didn't do too badly either
-and we hear more about them later.
-You can also win a pair of tickets
-to see Wales take on England...
-..at the Principality Stadium
-it's only for the men's match.
-You might be wondering
-who is making all that racket.
-We've got a studio full of members
-of the Llanddarog YFC here tonight.
-We hope you enjoy the evening!
-On tonight's programme...
-..we hear how Llanelli is helping to
-raise funds for some talented twins.
-Elin's also got a feast for us.
-I'm in Galeri, Caernarfon tonight.
-I've got two stories for you
-about coffee and Bollywood!
-I'll chat with Nesdi Jones from
-Gerallt meets some people who roast
-We're joined by the S4C presenter
-and author of Llyfr Bach Paris...
-And Mabli Jones from
-Stonewall Cymru is here...
-..to highlight an important month
-for the gay community.
-We start with rugby tonight.
-As we're discussing the Italy match,
-do you fancy a slice of pizza?
-Sioned, you deserve a slice of pizza
-after your efforts on the weekend.
-Are you allowed to have some?
-I need to be careful
-with what I eat.
-But I deserve a treat!
-It was an exciting game.
-We knew that it would be tough
-The victory puts us in great
-..for the match against England.
-How did you celebrate?
-We didn't do much to celebrate.
-It was back to the hotel for supper.
-We flew back to Wales the following
-There was a lot of people at the
-I don't know how many people
-were in the crowd.
-There was a crowd of about 3,000
-We could hear the ten people
-..who were there to support us.
-You retired in 2014.
-I was watching the match at home.
-It's a shame I wasn't on the pitch.
-It's great to see their games
-on the television.
-They played a great game of rugby.
-The set pieces were great.
-Rowland Phillips is doing something
-The ladies had three great tries.
-Rowland must have celebrated.
-Rowland is a real character.
-He earns our respect.
-He's a former player.
-He can be strict too.
-He's one of the first to get us to
-..and yet also knows when to have
-Let's see some highlights
-from Saturday's match.
-His aim wasn't as accurate
-as we've seen in the past.
-A lovely pass from Parisse
-to Braam Steyn.
-They're over the try line!
-Italy finally have their try.
-Webb goes himself!
-Wales' best rugby in this game
-Scott Williams has men outside him.
-Jon Davies scores the try out wide.
-Jon Davies out to Liam Williams.
-A superbly worked out try.
-That's much better from Wales.
-Sam Davies, superb under pressure,
-to George North.
-George North seals Wales' victory.
-Well done to the lads.
-Enjoy your pizza.
-The lads had a nervous start.
-It was the worst start possible.
-The first half was awful.
-They turned it around
-in the second half.
-They lifted their game.
-George North scored a try.
-It was great to see.
-Women's rugby is on TV more often.
-Over the coming weeks, there's going
-to be more women's rugby...
-..so I'll get to commentate
-on the matches.
-I'm working with Scrum V
-with the team on the match-side.
-I'll also be a commentator with S4C
-when Wales play Ireland.
-You've had a day off.
-I got a day off from school today.
-It was great to have a rest.
-I'll be training tomorrow
-and on Thursday.
-We play at 11.30am on Saturday.
-We are quite confident.
-Thank you for chatting with us.
-Next, we turn our attention
-This is the story of a set of twins
-hoping to fulfil their dream...
-..of competing on the world stage.
-There's an element of tragedy to
-their story too as Yvonne found out.
-Carys and Hannah Davies
-are two talented sisters.
-Both have competed in gymnastics
-for many years...
-..and former members
-of the Calsonic Club in Llanelli.
-Both have moved to Cardiff
-to build their careers.
-I started when I was three and
-joined the squad when I was five.
-I started competing in small events
-before the bigger competitions.
-I was second in the Welsh
-in the British Championship.
-I represented Wales in Las Vegas
-and trained in Utah which was fun.
-You were also in the team
-that won the Celtic Cup.
-Yes, we won in Scotland.
-I train for 36 hours a week
-which is six hours a day.
-I get up at 6.00am to go training
-from 7.00am to 9.00am...
-..go to college and return
-to train from 4.00pm to 8.00pm.
-Last year, tragedy struck
-with the death of their mother, Kay.
-She was the mother of four
-and her death changed their lives.
-Kay was my sister.
-She started to feel unwell
-in October of 2015.
-She went into hospital
-for a number of tests...
-..before being diagnosed
-with pancreatic cancer.
-She died in June of last year.
-She was so important to me and
-went everywhere with Carys and me.
-She supported us through everything.
-Mam wanted Hannah and me
-to do all we could in gymnastics.
-She was very proud of us both
-and wanted us to do our best.
-Gymnastics makes me remember her
-and I do all this for Mam.
-Kay's friends and family gathered
-for an evening to remember her...
-..and raise money
-for Carys and Hannah.
-Some of the proceeds from tonight
-goes to Pancreatic Cancer UK...
-..but most of it will help the girls
-to live in Cardiff...
-..compete and buy equipment
-for the competing.
-It's important for us to help the
-girls to reach their full potential.
-Kay was quite a character
-but how do you remember her?
-I think of her as Sharon's baby
-sister who loved a real bargain.
-On Black Friday, she'd miss two
-hours of work to get those bargains.
-She was totally dedicated
-and very supportive of her girls.
-Yes, it was very important.
-She asked Sharon and her husband,
-Nigel to find the funds...
-..to keep them in Cardiff.
-What does tonight mean to you?
-We're grateful that people are
-supporting Carys and me tonight.
-It means so much that people
-are supporting Hannah and me.
-Kay was very proud of them and
-I'm sure she would still be proud.
-We hope they reach the Commonwealth
-Games in Australia next year.
-The whole family
-is very proud of them.
-Good luck to Hannah and Carys.
-That's it from us for now.
-After the break...
-..Lara Catrin chats about
-a new series of Pwy Geith y Gig?
-You can also win two tickets to
-the Wales v England rugby match.
-And there's warming roasted coffee
-at a brand-new centre in Caernarfon.
-Coffee of the Cofis!
-See you in a couple of minutes.
-Let's head straight to Elin
-at Galeri, Caernarfon.
-Is it as cold with you
-as it is down here, Elin?
-It's freezing and wet here.
-A cup of coffee warmed me up!
-Coffee is getting expensive.
-Earlier, Gerallt went to hear about
-a local coffee roasting business.
-Coffi Poblado is a new business...
-..which has just relocated to a
-bigger premises the Nantlle Valley.
-It's to fulfil the growing need
-for locally roasted coffee.
-A new premises and Coffi Poblado
-is a growing business.
-As you saw in the old roasting shed,
-we could roast 5kg in every batch.
-This new machine can roast
-up to 15kg in every batch.
-..Steffan has been to a meeting
-with growers in Colombia.
-It means direct trade
-and a fair price for the growers.
-Coffee prices on the global market
-are increasing a lot.
-One reason for this is the weather.
-We have never been
-outside of the global market.
-What affects us is the dollar
-dropping against the pound.
-I went to Colombia to learn more
-about the process over there...
-..and to find farmers
-from whom we can buy directly.
-We roast it here and then both of
-us can have sustainable businesses.
-Sion, I was about to call this the
-Rolls Royce of coffee machines...
-..but as it's from Italy,
-we should compare it to a Ferrari!
-The coffee machines are as
-important as the back stories.
-As you've heard from Steff, so much
-goes into every step of the chain...
-..before we get
-to an espresso at the end.
-We have a huge responsibility
-to treat the coffee properly...
-..and to tell the story
-of where it comes from.
-The Gisda Cafe in Caernarfon...
-..allows young people with learning
-difficulties to learn new skills.
-It has the same business principles
-as Coffi Poblado.
-One of our customers is the Gisda
-Cafe on the Maes in Caernarfon.
-They work with young people and
-it fits in with our business ethos.
-We also want to help community
-projects here in Wales.
-Coffi Poblado is fantastic.
-It's great with cream,
-sugar and warm milk.
-It's fantastic to drink
-and many people like it.
-People like the coffee
-and it's relaxing.
-The past three years have been very
-exciting for us at Poblado Coffi.
-Now we're at our new home in Nantlle
-and people are welcome to visit.
-The doors are open for you
-to learn about roasting coffee...
-..taste the coffee
-and also buy a bag to take home.
-Nothing beats some coffee.
-Join me later when I chat with the
-Bhangra sensation, Nesdi Jones.
-It's time to catch up
-with the presenter, Lara Catrin.
-Welcome to the programme, Lara.
-I've had some of that coffee.
-Let's hear more about
-Pwy Geith y Gig?
-Pwy Geith y Gig is back!
-If you're between 11 and 16 and want
-to join an exciting, new band...
-This is your chance
-to be in our new band.
-The closing date is fast-approaching
-so go for it!
-It's an exciting series.
-We're looking for eight people
-to form a brand-new band.
-The eight people will get to compose
-a new song with expert songwriters.
-we've got different genres.
-There's everything from Kizzy
-Crawford to Ed Holden.
-There's also the Llareggub Brass
-A different panel this year.
-In the last series,
-we had a different panel...
-..to the mentors.
-This series, the mentors are also
-the judging panel.
-Really big names.
-The eight people will get to compose
-a new song with expert songwriters.
-Anyone can take part.
-You get to write your own songs too.
-The panel in the last series...
-..could see that there were people
-who seriously wanted to take part.
-The members of the band will perform
-at the Urdd Eisteddfod in Bridgend.
-The closing date for entries
-is 10 February.
-for details of how to apply.
-You can choose to sing one of six
-..and the tracks can be found
-on the Pwy Geith y Gig website.
-You need to make a short film on
-your mobile phone...
-and not portrait form.
-Your book went down well.
-On your last visit to the studio...
-..you spoke about your new book.
-Yes, the book is about my life in
-You worked for two years there.
-I worked in an array of jobs.
-It offers tips on living in Paris.
-There were tips on places to eat.
-Thank you for chatting to us.
-It's been a successful start for
-Wales in the Six Nations Tournament.
-Let's hope it continues
-..as we play the old enemy England
-at the Principality Stadium.
-Tickets have sold out,
-but we've got a pair to give away.
-All you have to do is answer
-this simple question.
-Who is the new captain
-of the Wales rugby team?
-1) Alun Wyn Jones, 2) John Owen
-Jones, or 3) Owain Tudur Jones?
-Call us with your answer
-on 08443 35 12 44.
-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone
-company's network access charge.
-Entrants must be 18 and over.
-Our phone lines close at 3.00pm
-on Wednesday 8 February.
-Don't call us after the lines close
-as you may still be charged.
-For full terms and conditions,
-email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
-Good luck to you all!
-We'd also like to congratulate
-Lowri James from Pontrhydfendigaid.
-Lowri is the winner of last
-weekend's Facebook competition.
-An iPod Nano, Fitbit and Amazon Fire
-After the break,
-we mark LGBT History Month.
-Mabli Jones from Stonewall Cymru
-highlights the event's significance.
-We also celebrate the connection
-between Harry Houdini and Newport.
-Join us in a couple of minutes.
-The famous magician, Harry Houdini
-is closely linked to Newport City.
-The touring one-man show,
-A Regular Little Houdini...
-..celebrates their connection.
-Rhodri met the producer and star of
-the show, Daniel Llewelyn-Williams.
-Are you concentrating, kid?
-Chapter Three: Misdirection.
-I'm from Newport
-and was raised in the city...
-..and want to create a love song
-for the town.
-The town is downtrodden so I want
-to create something positive.
-That's why I wrote this show.
-I'm hanging over the mud but I can't
-drop in it or Mam will strangle me.
-There's something special about
-this show and Dan as an actor.
-It has universal appeal and is
-suitable for children and families.
-This is quite a rare quality.
-How is Houdini linked with Newport?
-Welcome to Newport!
-Whilst doing my research,
-I learnt that Houdini loved Newport.
-It's thanks to the wonderful
-The Lyceum Theatre is long gone
-but the legends of Houdini remain.
-This Jew from Hungary moved to New
-York before conquering the world.
-He performed in Newport three times.
-To promote his show, he challenged
-the police to lock him in a cell.
-He was arrested and put in a cell
-without any clothes.
-After four minutes,
-he escaped and was fully clothed!
-As if escaping from the cell wasn't
-enough to enrage the police...
-..Houdini went a step further
-on his next visit.
-He made a public promise to jump off
-this bridge into the River Usk...
-..whilst in shackles.
-This time, the police were waiting
-and determined to stop him...
-..but Houdini deceived them.
-He jumped into the water, escaped
-from his chains and swam ashore.
-These feats are prominent
-in the drama...
-..but this is the story of a boy
-It's about a boy from Newport Docks
-who is obsessed with Houdini.
-It's a story about human nature,
-perseverance, escapism and magic.
-And speaking of magic...
-I'm not a magician so I learnt the
-tricks for this show.
-I can't tell you
-too much about them...
-..or I'll be in trouble
-with the Magic Circle.
-This show has already enjoyed
-a lot of success.
-Last year, it was performed
-at the Hollywood Fringe...
-..and the San Diego International
-It won the best actor award
-at the Hollywood Fringe...
-..and best one-man-show
-in San Diego.
-At the end of the year, we take
-the show to New York for Christmas!
-Budapest, New York, Wisconsin,
-Yes, it's going to be a busy year
-..but this is an amazing story
-that's worth telling.
-I'm delighted that people will learn
-more about Houdini and Newport.
-You paid for a show, a spectacle,
-the greatest show on earth...
-..and I am the showman.
-The show is currently on tour.
-For more information,
-visit the website on the screen.
-February is LGBT History Month
-in the United Kingdom.
-Mabli Jones is the Campaigns,
-Policy and Research Manager...
-..with the charity, Stonewall Cymru
-and she joins us now.
-What is the importance of this
-The aim of LGBT History Month...
-..is to celebrate the contribution
-of the LGBT community.
-In the past, a lot of important
-people had to hide their sexuality.
-You had a conference on Friday.
-It's a time to celebrate equality.
-We held a conference in Cardiff
-It was a great chance
-for employers to meet...
-..to celebrate the diversity of
-We welcomed Ian Watkins
-formerly of Steps.
-He spoke about his journey in life.
-It's great to have high profile
-Ian's a great role model,
-He speaks openly about his life.
-Nigel Owens is a key sporting figure
-and prominent LGBT role model.
-He doesn't like telling people
-..but feels it's important
-to tell his story.
-What events do you have?
-This is an important month for us.
-A lot of schools will speak openly
-Many work places will be flying the
-There's a Pride Exhibition at the
-Social media is important to our
-You want people to support you.
-I think social media helps people to
-talk about these issues.
-People can share their experiences.
-One man in America has led to a lot
-At Stonewall in the last year...
-..we've seen that there are problems
-in terms of equality.
-It's not just Trump.
-There's been a huge increase
-in hate crimes.
-Thank you for joining us.
-Many of you have asked where Heno's
-New Year's Eve programme was filmed.
-After the break, we visit the
-castle which was our location.
-Before the break, let's take a look
-at your events in Monday's Calendar.
-..is at the Abergynolwyn Community
-Centre on Saturday 11 February.
-The afternoon meeting
-starts at 12.00pm...
-..and the evening meeting
-is at 6.30pm.
-Gareth Thomas of Capel Hendre
-judges the musical events.
-The folk tune and Cerdd Dant events
-are judged by Trefor Puw, Trefenter.
-Tudur Dylan of Carmarthen
-judges the recitals.
-Every Friday from 10.00am to 11.00am
-at Theatr Felinfach...
-..there's the Tic-Toc event
-with stories, dancing and singing...
-..for parents and children aged
-from 0 to three years old.
-The events are suitable
-for Welsh learners...
-..so come and enjoy stories,
-dancing and music with us.
-The Poet in a Bus tour with
-Myrddin ap Dafydd and Twm Elias...
-..is on Sunday 12 February at 1.00pm
-in the Llyn Maritime Museum.
-Come and join us!
-Welcome back to Heno.
-I'm in Galeri, Caernarfon tonight.
-My special guest is the Bhangra star
-from Criccieth, Nesdi Jones.
-Nesdi has released a new single
-called Mast Jawani.
-It sounds incredible.
-You're a huge star
-in the Bhangra community.
-You are a Bhangra star.
-People call me the real-life
-In India, I've had some number one
-How did you get into it?
-I fell into this world.
-It was a huge fluke.
-I fell into it.
-I worked in India and toured around.
-I started singing in Hindi.
-I uploaded a song on YouTube.
-It was seen by a huge star
-..and we released a song together.
-There is a TV programme about you on
-Over the summer, I tend to go to a
-..where I sing to about 100,000
-That's in Birmingham.
-It was great to hear people chanting
-My tattoo is in Punjabi.
-It says "I am good and all is bad."
-It's a mantra to me.
-I sing in Punjabi and Hindi.
-A Bhangra star saw my documentary on
-They offered to help me with the
-You can see Nesdi on S4C on Sunday.
-Stradey Castle is a stone's throw
-from our studio here in Llanelli.
-It's home to Patrick
-and Claire Mansell Lewis.
-Alun Williams visited it
-to find out about its history.
-Does this place
-look familiar to you?
-It's been the location for many
-films and Heno Nos Galan.
-But there's more to Stradey Castle
-than its films.
-The owner is waiting indoors
-to tell me more.
-What can you tell us about the
-history of this site, Patrick?
-The house was built by David Lewis,
-my great-great-grandfather in 1850.
-..who was an artist...
-..extended the house and built
-an art studio and the tower...
-..making this a massive house.
-Over the years,
-many people have lived here.
-At the turn of the 20th century,
-some 20 people lived here...
-..including my parents, seven
-children and various servants.
-There are architectural wonders
-to be found all over the castle.
-This has been the home of Patrick's
-family for many centuries...
-..but the castle has also opened its
-doors to many visitors.
-Many films have been made here...
-..and brides come here
-for their wedding photographs.
-We've had Doctor Who,
-David Suchet and Jack Whitehall.
-Not forgetting the team
-for Heno Nos Galan!
-People often ask about the location
-and it all happens here.
-They don't realize it
-as it's filmed in the night.
-The would recognize it
-if it was filmed during the day.
-The castle is full of historic
-artefacts and paintings.
-Have you ever seen a dining room
-quite like this one?
-How often do you eat here?
-How often do you eat here?
-Once a month.
-We host the Men's Breakfast
-for the parish of Llanelli.
-Ted Nicholas is our chef who's
-80 years old and an incredible chef.
-You all sit around this table.
-Patrick doesn't know the exact
-number of rooms in the castle...
-..but the cellar
-is our next port of call.
-In such a large house, you find
-a lot of secret rooms or walkways.
-There's a secret corridor
-in the underground cellar...
-..a few secret rooms in the basement
-The secret rooms
-have some interesting items.
-We've found a penny farthing
-I'll give you a push on it!
-I've never been here before
-but I've learnt so much.
-Thank you for taking the time
-to chat with me.
-We always enjoy visiting
-..to make our
-New Year's Eve programme.
-Lara Catrin and Mabli Jones
-have been our sofa guests tonight.
-The closing dates for Pwy Geith
-y Gig is Friday 10 February.
-There isn't a lot of time left.
-This is aimed at those aged 11 to
-You can choose from 6 tracks.
-Visit our website
-and download a track...
-..for you to sing along on your
-February is LGBT History Month
-in the United Kingdom.
-We hope everyone can visit
-the Pride Cymru exhibition...
-..that's at the Senedd Building in
-That's all for this evening.
-returns at 2.00pm tomorrow.
-All this week,
-..300 years since the birth
-of William Williams Pantycelyn.
-Dr Lyn Davies will be discussing
-the music of his hymns tomorrow.
-On Heno at 7.00pm,
-we'll be live from Ice Arena Wales.
-The Wales netball team take on
-the New Zealand Silver Ferns.
-There will be thousands of fans
-at the game.
-We'll be congratulating Nigel Owens
-on his latest honour...
-..and we'll have some timely advice
-on how to keep safe online.
-We'll also be previewing a new
-S4C documentary about Owain Doull.
-I do remember crossing the line.
-I only realized we had won when
-I looked up at the scoreboard...
-..and saw GB 1, World Record.
-Then it was relief,
-a mixture of joy and relief.
-Dear me, where did Doull
-get that strength?
-From where did he get that energy?
-He is the Welsh Hero,
-Owain Doull from Cardiff.
-We'll be discussing Medal Aur Owain
-Doull at 7.00pm tomorrow evening.
-Tonight, we've been joined by
-the Young Farmers of Llanddarog.
-Have you enjoyed your night?
-You've all behaved.
-We're getting pizza later.
-From all of us at Heno and from
-the Young Farmers of Llanddarog...
-..thanks for watching and goodnight.
Byddwn yn siarad a Nesdi Jones, cantores Bollywood o Gricieth, a bydd Alun Williams yng Nghastell Strade, Llanelli. We'll be speaking to Nesdi Jones, a Bollywood singer from Cricieth.