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Bydd Vaughan Roderick yn tafod ei gysylltiadau teuluol ag emynydd mwyaf Cymru, William Williams Pantycelyn. Vaughan Roderick talks about his connections to William Williams Pant...


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-Hello and welcome to Heno, live

-from Llanelli on Thursday evening.

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-The team to challenge England

-on Saturday was announced today.

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-Thankfully, George North

-and Dan Biggar are fit to play.

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-Let's hope we win!

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-Before we go any further,

-I've got a question for you.

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-What's the connection between

-the broadcaster, Vaughan Roderick...

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-..and the tenor, Trystan Llyr?

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-The answer is

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Vaughan and Trystan are my guests.

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-Vaughan learnt he is related to the

-hymnist by tracing his family tree.

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-And Trystan will perform one of his

-hymns at the end of the programme.

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-He's home for a week from

-the Opera Studio in Zurich.

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-It's a warm welcome to the pair

-of you and we'll chat later.

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-Have you ever wondered how your food

-works its way through your body?

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-Daf Wyn visited Ysgol Cwm Rhymni

-for an unusual pop-up exhibition.

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-Welsh Language Music Day is tomorrow

-and there's an upcoming record fair.

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-Sign 2 Sing Day also raises

-awareness about being deaf.

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-Our cameras went to Ysgol Y Ffwrnes

-in Llanelli to hear more about it.

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-I'm sure many viewers are fans

-of the sci-fi series, Doctor Who.

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-But what is the connection between

-Ysgol Cwm Rhymni and the series?

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-The Arts Council of Wales

-has sponsored its new project.

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-Daf Wyn spun off in his Tardis

-in search of the answer.

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-Pop-ups are popular at the moment.

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-There are pop-up restaurants,

-shops and exhibitions...

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-..that only open for a short period.

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-Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni is home

-to a pop-up with a difference.

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-The school have been working

-on this creative project.

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-Pupils have learnt about

-the digestive system in Science.

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-I wanted to improve the way

-they placed everything in order...

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-..and their scientific terminology.

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-The project brings it all alive

-and improves the task for them.

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-We turned to the craze of escape

-rooms and worked along these lines.

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-A large body was created for pupils

-to travel through and act as food...

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-..to see what happens

-when food is digested.

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-Ten Year 9 pupils were involved with

-the creation of this large body.

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-They were assisted by Arwel Jones,

-the set designer for Doctor Who...

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-..and Sherlock.

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-It was their idea and I presented

-examples to see if they suited.

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-Last week, we started to built it.

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-Arwel would bring ideas to us

-and we would decided if we liked it.

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-It's great that someone like him

-is working with us.

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-It's taken three weeks to create and

-I thought it would take one or two.

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-There's a reason for this

-change of learning method.

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-There are changes in the curriculum

-for working in a creative manner.

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-This will be extremely vital

-for the next generation.

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-Versatility and creativity

-will be important for their future.

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-Welcome to the stomach

-where the children are tested.

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-We've got two types of acid here.

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-They have to neutralize one of them

-and see which one kills bacteria.

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-Argh!

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-I'm a foreign bacteria

-and you're not going anywhere.

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-Only one thing destroys me

-and that's stomach acid.

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-Argh!

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-We're inside the duodenum.

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-The duodenum distributes

-enzymes from the pancreas.

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-The enzymes break food down

-into glucose.

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-It's stored in your system

-and creates energy.

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-We've soaked up water with sponges

-and squeezed it into a bucket.

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-What's the purpose of this?

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-It symbolizes the role

-of the small intestine.

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-I like the section

-with the sponges and water.

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-It shows how the body

-separates solids and liquids.

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-Hold your nose as we've reached

-the back-end of the tour.

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-We put dirt in the pipe and it

-similizes how fibre is digestive.

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-It turns into faeces

-and makes the system work better.

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-It's a great way of learning.

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-It's great for those

-who don't like written work.

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-It's a fantastic experience.

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-What we've learnt in the classroom

-has been brought to life here.

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-I can't explain how happy I am to

-take part in something like this.

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-They've truly enjoyed and it has

-stirred an interest in the subject.

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-They've immersed themselves

-into the project.

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-My first guest is the broadcaster

-and politcal correspondant...

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-..Vaughan Roderick.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-You have found that you are related

-to William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-I've always known this.

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-We had a few items at home...

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-..that was called Pantycelyn...

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-..that came from the farm...

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-..but they weren't owned by

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Radio Cymru asked me

-to go back to Pantycelyn...

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-..to learn more about it.

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-I did wonder about doing it

-at first...

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-..in case I didn't like

-William Williams Pantycelyn!

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-Thankfully, I didn't find someone...

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-..who was narrow-minded...

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-..but learnt that he was a man

-I would have liked to have met.

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-I shared this journey

-with my sister, Sian.

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-Every family has its own legends.

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-My family has a tradition

-of red hair.

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-It's thought that this came

-from the Pantycelyn family.

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-My family also had William

-Williams Pantycelyn autograph.

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-It was in a book.

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-We found a strand of hair

-in the home of Howell Harries...

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-..and it belonged to

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-It was bright red!

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-I suspect someone

-had been colouring it!

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-I visited many places...

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-..for this special radio programme.

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-William Williams Pantycelyn

-had a religious conversion...

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-..when he listened to

-Howell Harris preaching...

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-..so we went to that house.

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-You can also visit the home

-of William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-It's incredible.

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-You step back in time

-when you're there.

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-You can still hear the programme

-on the radio.

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-Congratulations to the chef,

-Bryn Williams on his engagement...

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-..to Sharleen Spiteri

-from the band, Texas.

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-The news was announced on

-the Chris Evans Show this morning.

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-She said Bryn may have been prompted

-to propose after ten years...

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-..because Wales are top of the

-league table in the Six Nations.

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-Congratulations to them!

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-After the break Ysgol y Ffwrnes

-tell us more about Sign 2 Sing Day.

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-And we look forward to a performance

-by the tenor, Trystan Llyr.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Our second half of the programme

-has a musical theme...

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-..as tomorrow marks

-Welsh Language Music Day.

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-There was exciting news about the

-Anglesey Eisteddfod's Pavilion gig.

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-Yws Gwynedd, Alys Williams

-and Mr Phormula are performing.

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-The band, 9Bach has also been

-nominated for a Radio 2 Folk Award.

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-It isn't a public vote but we have

-our fingers crossed for the band.

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-Let's hope they win another award

-to put on the mantlepiece.

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-Music fans should visit Aberystwyth

-on Saturday for a special event.

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-# I'm happy all alone

-in a rock and roll dream

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-# Rock and roll #

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-A record fair will be held at

-The Old College in Aberystwyth.

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-All sorts of second-hand records

-and CDs will be on sale.

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-There will be over 20 tables

-with a wide variety of music...

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-..including jazz, funk, soul,

-Welsh music, singles and CDs.

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-On the day, we'll sell a new edition

-of the Y Blew poster...

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-..which was originally

-released 50 years ago.

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-# Here we are together now #

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-Y Blew

-were the first Welsh rock band.

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-They were ahead of their time

-and they set a benchmark...

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-..that formed the Welsh rock scene.

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-# We will hear the town clock #

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-There's been a surge of interest

-in vinyl records...

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-This has created a growth

-in general sales...

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-..which is great for the industry

-and for bands.

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-The fair will open at 10.00am.

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-I can guarantee that a wealth of

-records and CDs will be on sale.

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-It sounds great so call over on

-Saturday if you're a vinyl fan.

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-I'm delighted to welcome

-my next guest.

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-We're lucky to have him here for a

-pit stop journey home from Zurich.

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-Trystan, welcome to Heno.

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-Thank you.

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-How is life in Zurich?

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-Zurich is wonderful.

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-It's a bit expensive in Switzerland.

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-It's my first time home

-since November.

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-It's going to be great to spend

-the week at home.

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-What are you doing in Zurich?

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-I've been working on

-a lot of operas.

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-I went straight into Pagliacci

-alongside Robert Alagna.

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-It's all go out there.

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-It's wonderful.

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-I took part in a great

-competition too.

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-You came second.

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-I wasn't meant to compete.

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-It was a competition called Mozart.

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-Singers from across the globe

-were nominated for the competition.

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-Were you nervous?

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-It was judged by a lot of experts.

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-I wasn't nervous.

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-I did finish in second.

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-..as it was in French.

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-I just heard them mention my name.

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-Bryn Terfel sent me a text message

-to congratulate me.

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-I'll sing a William Williams

-Pantycelyn hymn later.

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-Tomorrow is Welsh Language Music Day

-but also Sign 2 Sing Day.

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-The annual campaign raises awareness

-about being deaf.

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-As part of the drive,

-a special song is being signed.

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-Ysgol Y Ffwrnes is taking part

-and our cameras paid them a visit.

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-# Come and stand by my side

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-# How does it feel

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-# What do you see?

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-# With your arms open wide

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-# Where could you go? #

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-We've been busy rehearsing

-and recording the song, Together...

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-..for the celebrations

-of Sign 2 Sing.

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-Kirsty Davies approached me

-to ask us to be a part of it...

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-..as we have pupils

-with hearing impairments.

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-Businesses, choirs, schools, Scouts

-and Rainbows are coming together.

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-We collect 1 for every child to go

-towards the SignHealth charity.

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-Everyone will assemble in the hall

-to sign the song.

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-# Put your hands up,

-hold your head high #

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-We've been singing a song

-about deaf people.

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-I'm friends with deaf people

-and want to learn to help them.

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-Everyone has worked together.

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-..and to support our students

-and our signing club.

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-We do a lot of fun tasks

-in the club.

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-We play sign games

-and we learn lot of new things.

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-I've learnt how to sign animals,

-colours and many other things.

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-I come to school with my brothers,

-Caio and Gruff.

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-Caio is deaf.

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-As he's grown up,

-he's had to have hearing aids.

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-Deaf people sign so that

-others know what they want.

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-In the beginning, we only had one

-child who could sign at the school.

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-These days, everyone can sign,

-especially the staff.

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-It makes me very proud of the school

-and I'm happy to be a part of it.

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-# We are better off together

-if we only try #

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-Thank you.

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-Many have entered but you can still

-enter our photography competition.

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-Here are the details.

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-We are in the grip

-of winter's cold weather.

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-The Ice Queen

-leaves her mark everywhere.

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-The light is perfect to take

-that great, seasonal photo.

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-Venture out with your camera

-and show us your winter.

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-There's an iPad or television

-for our winner.

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-You have until midday on 24 February

-to take part.

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-Send your photos to Heno, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE...

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-..or to heno@tinopolis.com

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-You can also enter via Facebook

-or Twitter via @HenoS4C...

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-..or on Instagram

-via @HenoPrynhawnDa

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Get snapping now and we look

-forward to seeing your photos.

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-The broadcater, Vaughan Roderick

-has been my studio guest tonight.

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-Vaughan has discussed

-tracing his family tree.

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-Vaughan discovered he's related

-to William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-It was part of a radio programme.

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-What's the response been like?

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-I've had a great response...

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-..to my programme about my relation,

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-I think a lot of people

-know his name.

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-People don't realize that he was an

-interesting man too.

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow with

-Nerys' menu for Saturday's rugby.

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-Join Rhodri and myself

-tommorrow night.

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-We mark Welsh Language Music Day

-with a performance from Bendith.

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-Alun Williams props up the bar

-at Tafarn Sinc, Pembrokeshire.

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-And Roy Noble chats about

-the latest series of Cymoedd Roy.

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-We leave you with Trystan Llyr

-celebrating 300 years...

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-..since the birth of the hymnist,

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Here's Richard Vaughan's arrangement

-featuring the melody, Llwynbedw...

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-..and the words of Pantycelyn's

-Iesu, Iesu, 'Rwyt Ti'n Ddigon.

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-Goodnight.

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-# Jesus, Jesus,

-thou my only pleasure

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-# Naught like thee

-this world contains

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-# In thy name is greater treasure

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-# Than in India's golden plains

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-# And this treasure

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-# And this treasure

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-# Jesus' love for me obtains

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-# Oh, my God! How rich Thy mercy

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-# Oh, my the power of Thy grace

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-# All the power of hell and heaven

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-# Will not stand before Thy face

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-# All creation

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-# All creation

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-# Come and go at Thy command

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-# Jesus, lovely is the aspect

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-# Of thy gracious face divine

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-# Eye hath seen no fairer object

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-# On this beauteous world of thine

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-# Rose of Sharon

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-# Rose of Sharon

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-# Heaven's glories in thee shine

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-# Rose of Sharon

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-# Rose of Sharon

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-# Heaven's glories

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-# In thee shine #

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-APPLAUSE

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Bydd Vaughan Roderick yn tafod ei gysylltiadau teuluol ag emynydd mwyaf Cymru, William Williams Pantycelyn. Vaughan Roderick talks about his connections to William Williams Pantycelyn.