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Bydd y camerau mewn caffi newydd sbon ar stad Maesgeirchen Bangor. The cameras visit a new cafe on Bangor's Maesgeirchen estate and Ryland Teifi calls in for a chat and to perfo...


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-Hello and welcome to Thursday

-night's Heno live from Llanelli.

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-Tomorrow is St Patrick's Day.

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-The musician, presenter and actor,

-Ryland Teifi is home from Ireland.

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there #

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-It's great to have you here and

-I look forward to our chat later.

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-We're at Fron Goch Garden Centre on

-the outskirts of Caernarfon tonight.

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-Their cafe's won best restaurant in

-a garden centre throughout Britain.

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-We hear about a vintage Rolls Royce

-found at an old garage in America.

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-Our Gossip Girls also want to hear

-your opinion on the day's hot topic.

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-I've rallied on the streets.

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-If I posed naked, sales would slide!

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-Last night, we asked you to nominate

-your mums for a Mother's Day hamper.

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-You need to send us a message

-to explain why she's worth spoiling.

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-Thanks to those who have already

-sent us some wonderful messages.

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-If you missed the details,

-this is how you can nominate.

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-Sunday 26 March is Mother's Day.

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-It's a chance to celebrate

-all mums throughout Wales.

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-We've got three hampers full of

-goodies for three special mothers.

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-If your mother deserves a surprise

-on Mother's Day...

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-..write to us explaining why she's

-so special and worthy of a hamper.

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-The best stories will receive

-a hamper before next Sunday.

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-Email us at heno@tinopolis.com,

-or contact us via our Facebook page.

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-Get in touch now and we look

-forward to reading your stories.

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-Regular visitors at garden centres

-enjoy a cuppa as much as the plants!

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-The cafe at Fron Goch Garden Centre

-near Caernarfon is quite a success.

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-They've won best restaurant in a

-garden centre throughout Britain.

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-We went to congratulate them.

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-It's ten years since the restaurant

-opened at Fron Goch Garden Centre.

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-The Garden Centre Association has

-given Melanie Sewell many awards.

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-This year, they've done one better.

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-Congratulations to you, Melanie.

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-The Fron Goch Garden Centre

-Restaurant...

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-..is the best restaurant in all

-the garden centres of Britain.

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-What do you know about the judges

-and the way they do their work?

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-They arrive at any time

-during March, April and May...

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-..to check that we serve quality,

-fresh and nutritious food.

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-They monitor staff, check customer

-feedback and the food we make.

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-You're obviously serving

-jacket potatoes but what else?

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-There's a chicken pie, lamb stew

-and ham with parsley sauce.

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-How long have you been working here?

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-How long have you been working here?

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-Eight years.

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-What are the favourite dishes?

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-They enjoy lasagne

-and the chicken pie.

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-How much longer do these need?

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-They need another hour

-but I've got some I made earlier.

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-It's almost lunchtime so you're

-too busy to be talking to me.

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-Congratulations to you all

-in this kitchen.

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-I'm getting used to the hot kitchen

-but you've been here six years.

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-Yes, and I love working here.

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-It doesn't feel like work because

-we're like one big happy family.

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-We have our regular customers

-and know what they want...

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-..so can plate up

-before they reach the counter.

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-The Fron Goch Restaurant

-is wonderful.

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-The food is always delicious

-and the service is excellent.

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-You always get a fantastic meal.

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-I've been to many similar places

-but this one is the best.

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-They are Welsh, offer first-class

-service and the staff are wonderful.

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-It's the best place we ever visit.

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-Fron Goch is a great place,

-in an ideal location with good food.

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-I come here with my lovely friends.

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-My wife and I enjoy the cream teas

-in the afternoon the most.

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-I've also got a free voucher

-as I buy so much here!

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-You have some faithful customers.

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-Yes, it's a community and

-they come here to make new friends.

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-It's wonderful to look out

-and see them enjoying themselves.

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-There's a hardworking team

-behind each cuppa and cake!

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-Ten years ago, we had a team of six

-and are now a fantastic team of 68.

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-They deserved to be praised.

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-They deserved to be praised.

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-Yes, definitely.

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-Congratulations to you all.

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-Congratulations to you all.

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-Thank you.

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-Congratulations

-to Fron Goch Garden Centre!

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-Tomorrow is St Patrick's Day.

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-The musician and actor, Ryland Teifi

-resides in Ireland and joins us now.

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-Welcome home and welcome to Heno.

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-The children will be celebrating

-tomorrow...

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-..and have a day off.

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-I often spend St Patrick's Day

-in Wales.

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-Gwyl Cwlwm Celtaidd is on S4C

-this Saturday at 8.00pm.

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-Let's see a clip

-of Gwyl Cwlwm Celtaidd.

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-I'm always happy to visit

-the city of Glasgow.

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-This year, I've brought a friend.

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-It's a wonderful city

-with a friendly population.

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-The music during the festival

-is out of this world.

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-There's all sorts of music

-to be heard.

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-It's the perfect combination

-for Kizzy and myself...

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-..who are taking a journey

-and ready to join the fun!

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-Join Ryland and Kizzy Crawford on

-a musical journey around Glasgow...

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-..at the Celtic Connections Festival

-in Glasgow on Saturday night.

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-This festival is all over Glasgow.

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-It's the biggest winter festival

-of its kind.

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-You also have a personal project.

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-Waters Wide involves musicians from

-Celtic countries holding concerts.

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-Waters Wide is a show that combines

-Irish, Welsh and Scottish music...

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-..songs, stories, dance and poetry.

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-We celebrate the arts

-of all three countries.

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-Scotland and Ireland work closely.

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-Wales is often by the wayside.

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-Yes, but until now!

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-It's always been a dream for us

-to be part of this connection.

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-I think this new event can be shown

-to the world.

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-You can enjoy an acoustic evening

-with Ryland at Felinfach tomorrow.

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-Tomorrow's gig

-is at Theatr Felinfach.

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-I'm delighted to go back there.

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-I joined the Newcastle Emlyn rugby

-choir the other night.

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-It was great.

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-After the break...

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-..there's the link between Wales

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-We need your opinion on one of the

-burning issues of our Gossip Girls.

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-Aberystwyth's Professor Eleri Pryse

-celebrates British Science Week.

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-Welcome back.

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-A vintage Rolls Royce was recently

-found in a garage in America.

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-It's particularly interesting

-for the Welsh because of its owner.

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-Evan Morgan or Lord Tredegar was

-both controversial and interesting.

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-Rhodri Davies shows that Morgan

-isn't the only Welsh link...

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-..with the world's

-most famous automobile.

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-The name of Rolls Royce

-continues to stir your imagination.

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-Some view the latest restoration as

-a crime against an original classic.

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-Evan Morgan, one of the most

-exotic lords of Tredegar...

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-..and owner of the original car

-would appreciate this work.

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-Evan would have been delighted.

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-He loved life and made modifications

-to the Rolls Royce himself.

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-He's one of the most colourful

-Morgans in history who enjoyed life.

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-Yes, Evan Morgan

-was an interesting character.

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-He was the Pope's right-hand-man

-yet was a plasticising occultist...

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-..a British spy but supported the

-Nazis and married but a homosexual.

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-People attended huge parties

-at Tredegar House.

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-The guests included

-H G Wells, Augustus John...

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-..Tallulah Bankhead,

-Fatty Arbuckle and many others.

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-He hosted black masses

-in the cellars.

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-Nobody knows what happened down

-there and we don't want to know!

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-Evan Morgan organized all sorts

-of mischief at Tredegar House...

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-..but 30 miles up the road

-in Monmouth...

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-..sat the home of the man

-who created this most famous car.

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-Yes, Charles Rolls was a Welshman.

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-He prominently stands in the shadows

-of another legendary figure.

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-There's a noticeable statue

-in the square...

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-..that is more prominent

-than the one for Henry V.

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-Charles Rolls was a character that

-was produced by the Victorian era.

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-He wanted to develop the best car

-at that time...

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-..that would be built in Britain.

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-The family home of Charles Rolls,

-The Hendre, sits near Monmouth.

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-He loved adventure

-of all description.

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-He once flew from the town in a

-balloon and landed at the house.

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-The site is currently a golf course

-that's overrun with buggies...

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-..but the name lives on.

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-The first car was the Silver Ghost

-and it's a classic to this day.

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-Rolls felt that his work with cars

-had reached its climax...

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-..so set his sights on flying.

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-He crossed the Channel and returned

-without stopping in the middle.

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-The newspapers said

-he was the first Englishman...

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-..to make a non-stop double crossing

-of the English Channel.

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-He conquered the Channel

-but it conquered him in the end!

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-He was killed at a young age

-in an air show in Bournemouth...

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-..and his body was brought back

-to be buried in St Cadoc's Church.

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-His story should be told

-and we need to bask in his glory.

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-If we're celebrating Rolls,

-what about Evan Morgan?

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-His achievements

-were slightly different.

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-He enjoyed going to Rome

-in the Rolls Royce...

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-..and there was a bar in the back

-which isn't unusual.

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-It also had an altar that could be

-a Christian altar or a black altar.

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-Evan was a real character

-and a show-off.

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-Owning a Rolls Royce like that

-was the mark of a true show-off!

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-It's an interesting story.

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-Viewers of Friday's Prynhawn Da will

-know all about our Gossip Girls!

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-What's your opinion?

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-It's a fantastic way to meet people.

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-They looked a total mess.

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-I don't want anyone

-going through my drawers.

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-It shows desperation.

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-Everyone's child is blameless

-but Johnny isn't as perfect.

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-We need America.

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-Trump is psychopathic.

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-Trump is psychopathic.

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-I hate him.

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-If we have Brexit, we need America.

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-I don't have a problem with Playboy.

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-It's a magazine

-which also has images online.

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-Sales would drop if they had

-a photograph of me naked.

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-You only get this

-with our Gossip Girls.

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-One major talking point is the new

-memorial at Llanelli's Stradey Park.

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-The inscription is only in English

-and doesn't feature any Welsh.

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-This is the question that

-we're posing to our Gossip Girls.

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-As opposed to making

-any complaints...

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-..should the Welsh pay for a Welsh

-language memorial at Stradey Park?

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-This is how the opinion poll looked

-before the start of the programme.

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-Some 68% said yes, 32% said no

-and 0% didn't have an opinion.

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-You have until 2.00pm tomorrow

-to share your views with us.

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-Contact us via Twitter or Facebook

-or call 01554 880 880.

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-We've been celebrating

-British Science Week on Heno.

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-Tonight, Professor Eleri Pryse

-from Aberystwyth University...

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-..chats about her contribution

-to science in Wales and the world.

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-I'm Professor Eleri Pryse...

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-..and I lecture in Physics

-at Aberystwyth University.

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-My research is centred around

-Ionospheric Physics.

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-Physics enables us to understand

-the world that surrounds us.

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-It helps us understand everything

-from the tinniest of particles...

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-..to the largest of structures such

-as the planets, stars and universe.

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-My interest lies in the part

-of the Earth's atmosphere...

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-..that borders space and is the

-electrical atmosphere or ionosphere.

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-The aurora is one of the visible

-sections of this atmosphere.

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-These are the lights that

-can be seen in the high latitude.

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-The ionosphere

-also affects radio waves.

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-It's important to know the effects

-of this part of the atmosphere...

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-..on the signals sent

-from satellites to the Earth.

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-It's heart-warming to see more women

-enter the world of Physics.

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-I hope to raise awareness and boost

-the enthusiasm in this science.

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-The musician, Ryland Teifi has

-been my studio guest this evening.

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-You're performing

-in Theatr Felinfach tomorrow.

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-People can hear the new album.

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-It was released just before

-Christmas.

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-People can hear all sorts of songs.

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-What are you

-performing for us tonight?

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-Tonight's song is called Nol.

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-Good luck to you

-with the Waters Wide project.

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-We have a website.

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-People can visit it for more

-details.

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-Thank you, Ryland.

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-Don't forget about

-our Mother's Day competition.

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-You could win a hamper

-by writing a few simple sentences...

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-..about why your mother

-is worthy of a surprise.

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-We close with Ryland Teifi

-performing the song, Nol.

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-Until tomorrow, goodnight.

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-# Standing on the path

-beside the river near our home

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-# Clearing the brambles and dust

-under the burning sun

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-# Searching for strongest memory

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-# But nobody

-remembers this area like you

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-meet the rivers by the wall

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-# Lads foul-hooking the fish

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-# Searching for strongest memory

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-# But nobody

-remembers this area like you

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Will you come back

-and search for the end of summer?

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-# Hiding in the chapel and

-tasting the wine behind the curtain

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-# Searching for strongest memory

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-# But nobody

-remembers this area like you

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-# Searching for strongest memory

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-# But nobody

-remembers this area like you

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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-# Back there

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Bydd y camerau mewn caffi newydd sbon ar stad Maesgeirchen Bangor. The cameras visit a new cafe on Bangor's Maesgeirchen estate and Ryland Teifi calls in for a chat and to perform a song.