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Tue, 03 Jan 2017

Rhaglen gylchgrawn nosweithiol gyda straeon o bob cwr o Gymru. Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.


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-# Thanks to the Lord

-for baling twine

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-# The country lads

-are all baling now #

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-APPLAUSE

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-Hello and welcome to Heno and a huge

-thanks to the Welsh Whisperer...

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-..for starting our first programme

-of 2017 in style.

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-He's quite a character.

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-It's great to be back on the sofa

-after a break of eleven months...

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-..but wonderful to spend that time

-with my two boys.

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-Steffan is now three

-and Tomos is ten months old.

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-Thanks to everyone for their kind

-messages when Tomos was born.

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-Are you feeling a bit flat

-after Christmas and the new year?

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-You can win a television or an iPad

-and I'll set the question shortly.

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-Rhodri Davies shows us that

-2017 will be a great year...

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-..for Cardiff football club,

-Llywelyn the Great and many more.

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-Daf Wyn is in Pembrokeshire

-at Wales's first solar village.

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-Our cameras were also at Radio Cymru

-this morning...

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-..as the station marked 40 years

-with some very familiar voices.

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-It's a very warm welcome to Heno!

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-First, we congratulate the winner

-of our New Year's Eve competition.

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-The computer has chosen

-a name at random...

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-..and the television is going

-to Ian James from Llandysul.

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-The television

-will be in the post tomorrow.

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-You can see our New Year's Eve

-programme on Clic or the iPlayer.

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-Don't worry if you didn't win as

-there's another competition for you.

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-The winner can choose between

-either a television or an iPad.

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-This is the all-important question:

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-What name is traditionally given

-to 6 January?

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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 will 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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-Who is going to be

-hitting the headlines this year?

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-It's 800 years since Llywelyn

-the Great attacked South Wales...

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-..90 years since Cardiff City

-football team won the FA Cup...

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-..75 years since Rudolf Hess

-visited Wales...

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-..and Dame Shirley Bassey

-is 80 years old over the weekend!

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-What else is happening?

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-It's an important year as we mark

-the centenary of the death...

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-..of Hedd Wyn or Ellis Humphrey

-Evans in Passchendaele.

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-This is an opportunity to learn

-about his work and the poet and man.

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-We need to acknowledge

-all that he represents today.

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-We're in the midst of marking

-100 years since World War I.

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-This year marks the centenary of the

-Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium.

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-Some 70,000 British soldiers

-were killed.

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-A plaque will be unveiled to honour

-the Welsh who died at Flanders.

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-The turning point of World War I

-came about in 1917.

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-It was the year that

-America declared war on Germany.

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-The power and resources of America

-were injected into the war.

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-In 1917, Russia also witnessed

-two revolutions.

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-During the spring, the soldiers

-held a revolt against the Tsar.

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-The second was in October

-and November...

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-..when Lenin returned to Russia

-causing a communist revolution.

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-It will be interesting to see which

-and how these will be remembered.

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-Yes, it's 100 years

-since one political revolution...

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-..but it's also 500 years

-since a religious revolution.

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-It's 500 years since Martin Luther's

-theses about the Catholic Church.

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-In 1517, he started

-the Protestant Reformation.

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-Its effects

-are still felt to this day.

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-What other names apart from Martin

-Luther will enjoy the limelight?

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-It's 100 years since the death of

-the King of Ragtime, Scott Joplin.

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-It's 25 years

-since Tanni Grey-Thompson...

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-..won four gold medals and a silver

-at the Barcelona Olympic Games.

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-And in terms of literature...

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-This year, we'll all hear the name

-of Jane Austen.

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-It's 200 years since her death

-so people will re-read her books...

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-..such as Pride and Prejudice

-and Sense and Sensibility.

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-It's also a century

-since the birth of JFK...

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-..and 150 years since the birth of

-the architect, Frank Lloyd Wright...

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-..and 150 years

-since the birth of Marie Curie.

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-She's the first woman

-to win the Nobel Prize...

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-..and the first person

-to win the Nobel Prize twice...

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-..and one of few people to win

-the prize in two different fields.

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-In terms of sport,

-all eyes are on Usain Bolt.

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-He's set to retire after the World

-Athletics Championships in London.

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-Is there any ticket more valuable

-than the one to see his final race?

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-It could be for the most important

-football match of the year...

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-..for the final of the

-Champions League on 3 June...

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-..or a ticket to New Zealand!

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-In 2017, we'll see the Lions tour

-to New Zealand.

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-It's a great opportunity for them

-and I might get myself a ticket!

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-This year, the Six Nations is

-important because of the Lions tour.

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-Do you think they could win

-in New Zealand?

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-Britain has some great players.

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-They could win if they pick the

-right team and play the right game.

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-I'm 70 this month

-so I've got to retire...

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-..but I'll also ordain the first

-woman bishop in the Church in Wales.

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-I think I'm going out on a high!

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-Happy birthday to Radio Cymru

-on its 40th birthday.

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-No matter your thoughts

-on the Royal Family...

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-..it's 20 years since the death

-of Diana so we'll hear about that.

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-I don't use emojis but there will be

-a Welsh flag by the end of the year.

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-It would be the first official

-Welsh emoji.

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-We might get a red dragon next!

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-There's a lot of things to celebrate

-this year.

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-We'll have more on 40th birthday of

-Radio Cymru later in the programme.

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-Tonight's studio guest

-is quite a character.

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-He's described

-as Dai Jones Llanilar on Lucozade...

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-..and the Welsh Daniel O'Donnell

-with rougher hands!

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-Tonight, this performer and musician

-makes his debut on Heno.

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-The Welsh Whisperer,

-welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about yourself.

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-Where is the Welsh Whisperer from?

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-I'm from a small village

-in Carmarthenshire.

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-It stared when someone took

-a photograph of me...

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-..and I was leaning on a gate.

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-I was told that the photograph

-looked like the cover of an LP.

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-It all started from there.

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-The Welsh Whisperer is a fictional

-character.

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-You'll perform for us later.

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-What are you performing

-for us tonight?

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-Tonight's song

-is called Loris Mansel Davies.

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-A lot of people have travelled

-around Wales...

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-..and often get stuck behind

-a Mansel Davies lorry.

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-Your accent is quite mixed.

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-I do a lot of travelling.

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-That could be why my accent changes.

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-What songs do you sing on the CD?

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-I've launched my second album.

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-It's launched on Taro Du and Fflach.

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-It's a mixture of genres.

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-There's a bit of country music and

-techno.

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-Fflach is great and is in Cardigan.

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-Taro Du is also a great label.

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-What do you have planned for 2017?

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-I'm going to be doing a lot of gigs

-and touring...

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-..over the coming months.

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-I did a lot of gigs in 2016.

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-After the break, there's a reminder

-of our New Year's competition.

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-You could win either a television

-or an iPad.

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-Daf Wyn visits the first

-solar village in Wales.

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-Elin also has a story for us.

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-On tonight's programme,

-I'm going to be celebrating.

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-We're all celebrating and welcoming

-the start of a new year...

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-..but Radio Cymru

-is marking its 40th birthday.

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-You can hear all about it later.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Don't forget about

-our New Year's competition.

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-You can win either a television

-or iPad by answering this question:

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-What name is traditionally given

-to 6 January?

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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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-Good luck to you all.

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-Today, a Welsh institution is

-celebrating its 40th birthday.

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-Earlier, our cameras attended one of

-the biggest parties of the new year!

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-# I wake on a Saturday, turn on

-the radio and hear a harsh sound #

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-Forty years ago on 3 January 1977,

-Radio Cymru was born.

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-This milestone is being celebrated

-on Aled Hughes's morning show.

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-They have invited some voices of

-the past to join Aled for a party!

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-# Radio Cymru, Radio Cymru #

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-And one of those voices

-is Gwyn Llewelyn.

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-He was invited to read the

-morning news just as he did in 1977.

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-On the 40th birthday

-of Radio Cymru...

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-It's 40 years

-but it feels like yesterday.

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-Most of the people preparing today's

-bulletins weren't born in 1977.

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-It's quite terrifying.

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-It was an exciting time with

-an energetic and enthusiastic team.

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-This was the start of something new.

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-Let's have the sport

-from Catrin Heledd.

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-It started for me on 1 January

-which happened to be a Saturday.

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-Richard Rees and I were presenting

-a three-hour programme.

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-I was at Penrhyn Hall in Bangor

-and Richard was in Cardiff...

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-..but we managed to fill three hours

-and I have great memories.

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-That was slick, Dei Tomos!

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-I spoke to Hywel Gwynfryn

-and he hadn't been to university.

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-Gwyn Llewelyn had been on television

-before moving to radio.

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-Dei Tomos also knew all about

-the workings of radio.

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-These people are encyclopaedias

-of information.

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-At the start, the station only

-broadcast for three hours a day.

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-These days, they broadcast

-for over 19 hours a day.

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-This Welsh national station provides

-a wonderful stage for Welsh music.

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-This morning, Plu performed

-their versions of songs from 1977.

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-# Summertime is filling my heart

-and I won't return

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-# Mm-mm #

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-Radio Cymru has been incredibly

-supportive since Plu was formed.

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-It's given us many opportunities and

-we're honoured to be a part of it.

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-It's been interesting to meet up

-with old friends...

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-..some of whom have been dragged out

-of the woodwork!

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-I'm grateful for the invitation

-and I'm loving every second of it.

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-Where have those 40 years gone?

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-We're still here and can look

-forward to the next 40 years.

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-Today marks the start of a year

-of celebrations at Radio Cymru.

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-Happy birthday to Radio Cymru!

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-# Radio Cymru is our radio #

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-A very happy birthday

-to Radio Cymru.

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-Good luck to them

-over the next 40 years.

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-My studio guest will feature

-on Radio Cymru on Friday.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-I've got my own programme

-on Friday night.

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-What can we expect?

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-It's on between 6.00pm and 7.00pm,.

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-We'll have fun on the waves.

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-I might get to play my own music.

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-I started on Radio Beca.

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-I also worked on Mon FM.

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-I worked on Radio Cymru Mwy too.

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-I think the sun always shines

-in Pembrokeshire.

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-On Thursday, a new village will be

-opened and it's powered by the sun.

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-Is this the start

-of how we'll live in the future?

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-Daf went to have an exclusive look

-at the site.

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-In 2011, the owner

-of the Rhosygilwen estate...

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-..invested 2.7 million to create

-the first solar farm in Wales...

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-..to make a carbon-free area for

-North Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.

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-Six years later

-and the seed planted by that farm...

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-..has sprouted into a solar house.

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-The house is 100 square metres and

-80% was built using Welsh materials.

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-This is a very Welsh structure.

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-The solar house is a prototype.

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-It's made from wood and powered by

-electricity from the solar panels.

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-The walls are also insulated

-using newspaper.

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-We tried to commoditize it

-so that it can be reproducible.

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-We could build thousands and want

-to do that in the next ten years.

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-The solar house has proved to be

-a warm and affordable home...

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-..so a solar village has been built

-at the nearby site of Glanrhyd.

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-They are made from the local wood

-called larch in a nearby factory.

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-The man

-who works on the site is local.

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-These homes also don't cost a thing

-to run.

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-The sunshine of West Wales is used

-to produce the energy all day.

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-Any leftover energy goes to the

-National Grid and we're paid for it.

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-You get an electric car

-in the package...

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-..but it's only for short journeys

-such as shopping in Cardigan.

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-It sounds like the ideal place

-to live.

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-There's nowhere better!

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-The team want to get it finished for

-Carwyn Jones's visit on Thursday.

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

-

-We're insulating the house.

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-How do you insulate it?

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-One man has the blower and

-I feed the machine into the wall.

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-It's a messy job, as you can see!

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-This isn't any kind of insulation.

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-It's newspaper but is made

-to the required density.

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-There's a lack of affordable housing

-in Wales and Britain.

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-We want to show that it's possible

-to have a quality home.

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-People want to live here

-and that's our message to everyone.

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-It certainly looks like

-a wonderful place.

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-The Welsh Whisperer has been

-my studio guest this evening.

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-You had a busy 2016.

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-Yes, and I'm hoping for the same

-in 2017.

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-We've had a tweet from a viewer.

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-They want you to present Heno!

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-Thank you for joining me.

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-You can see all of tonight's items

-again on Facebook or Twitter.

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-Follow our pages and like our items.

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-Join me for another edition of Heno

-tomorrow at 7.00pm.

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-We close with the Welsh Whisperer

-singing Loris Mansel Davies.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a

-very good evening to you all.

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-# In the village of Llanfyrnach,

-I bid farewell to the moon

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-# I throw on the overalls

-on a chilly morning

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-# Travelling is my life,

-morning, noon and night

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-# Loading, tipping, hauling

-and burning oil

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-# I am a lorry driver

-but not for the likes of Stobart

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-# Mansel is my leader

-under the colours of red and grey

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-# I can be everywhere

-at the same time

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-# Stopping all the traffic

-in the villages of the world

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-# You can rev your engine

-and flash your lights

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-# Moan and wave your arms

-as you do with a passing caravan

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-# I'm the king of the road

-so blow your horn for all to hear

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-# I'm a Mansel Davies lorry

-and there's no passing me

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-# I'm Mansel Davies at 30mph

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-# I run a diesel engine

-but never speed

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-# I pay road tax twice

-for the left and the right

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-# But I prefer

-to sit right in the middle

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-# Some call me names and

-yell at me through their windscreen

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-# Asking me to pull in because

-the children are getting bored

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-# It's either me or the farmer

-who is the worst on the road

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-# But the country lads go in slow-mo

-so don't be angry

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-# You can rev your engine

-and flash your lights

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-# Moan and wave your arms

-as you do with a passing caravan

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-# I'm the king of the road

-so blow your horn for all to hear

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-# I'm a Mansel Davies lorry

-and there's no passing me

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-# Everyone hears my name

-and it tends to follow a curse

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-# It's on the tip of everyone's

-tongue but that isn't fair

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-# This is an important job

-as we carry cargo too and fro

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-# Upsetting all the tired tourists

-in their touring campervans

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-# You can rev your engine

-and flash your lights

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-# Moan and wave your arms

-as you do with a passing caravan

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-# I'm the king of the road

-so blow your horn for all to hear

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-# I'm a Mansel Davies lorry

-and there's no passing me

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-# I always stay within the law

-and never speed

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-# I'm one of the lorry lads

-who's going to a showground

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-# I help the Welsh police

-and the traffic cops of the world

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-# By making sure the speed freaks

-and everyone stays at a low speed #

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-APPLAUSE

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