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Tue, 10 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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-Hello and welcome to Heno

-on this Tuesday evening.

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-We're live from Machynlleth,

-home of Owain Glyndwr's Parliament.

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-Tonight, another country is centre

-stage and Gerallt has the story.

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-Friends from the Basque Country are

-enjoying an evening at Caffi Alys.

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-I'm enjoying some Basque cider...

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-..and you can learn more about

-some of the activities later on.

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-Talking of nations,

-just over 100 years ago...

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-..Welshman D W Griffith directed

-the film, The Birth of a Nation.

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-We'll hear about a new film

-with the same title...

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-..but which isn't as contentious.

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-We also enter Aladdin's magical

-world in popular West End musical.

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-We meet one of the musicians,

-Nerys Richards from Pembrokeshire.

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-On this side are violin 1, violin 2

-and me on the cello over here.

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-There's a grand piano over here.

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-Back in Wales, it's a big year for

-Merched y Wawr as it's turning 50.

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-Tegwen Morris, the Chief Executive,

-joins me in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It's going to be a busy year

-for you and all the members.

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-It's going to be very busy.

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-But first, we're off to Machynlleth.

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-Gerallt has been hearing about

-the traditions the Basque Country...

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-..and its minority language.

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-It has been a day full of variety,

-Gerallt.

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-Yes, indeed, Mari.

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-I have been to meet a few talented

-people.

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-Before we talk about

-the Basque artwork...

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-..what effect has

-this part of Spain had on you?

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-I went to the Basque Country

-in Northern Spain in September.

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-I stayed in the lovely region of

-San Sebastian, a marvellous city.

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-I was also able to travel

-into the countryside for a day...

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-..to the Lecunberri region.

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-They speak the Basque language there

-as they do in San Sebastian.

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-The language makes it

-a very special place.

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-It's busy here at Ysgol Bro Hyddgen

-as the students enjoy themselves.

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-What is the Basque inspiration

-behind the artwork?

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-In the rural areas of the Basque

-country there are many farmhouses.

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-They have three or four floors.

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-On the top level...

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-..they hang a frame on the ceiling

-and hang all kinds of things on it.

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-Chairs, teapots,

-all kinds of things.

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-Here in the art room, they are

-making bits and pieces to hang up.

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-Before Christmas, we didn't know

-much about the Basque Country.

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-I hadn't heard of it.

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-It seems that the Basque Country

-is very similar to Wales.

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-One thing I've created is a frying

-pan with eggs and bacon in it!

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-I like this piece

-because it stands out.

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-I love food,

-especially fish and chips.

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-I've made a basket

-with fish, chips and onion rings.

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-It has been a good experience for

-the children and the department...

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-..to work with Luned.

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-The Basque element is something

-completely different.

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-I think everyone's

-enjoyed themselves.

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-In the Tannery in Machynlleth...

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-..you can see work by Juan Gorriti,

-a prominent Basque artist.

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-Luned Rhys Parri knows

-and admires his work.

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-He is a great and prolific artist.

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-He's produced all kinds of art,

-including paintings and sculptures.

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-He likes to paint these objects

-a certain blue colour...

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-..which is called Gorriti Blue.

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-We're very fortunate

-that Gorriti's work...

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-..has been brought here from the

-Basque Country in Northern Spain.

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-We can see it here in all its glory.

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-Meic Llewellyn, the co-ordinator

-of this event, joins me.

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-When did the connection start?

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-The connection started

-about 20 years ago.

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-It's since bands from Wales started

-visiting the area.

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-The week has already

-been a great success.

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-It has been a great success.

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-We've had a great week.

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-Over 17 Basque people turned up.

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-We have had entertainment and

-a look to the future.

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-Gail Jenkins in the owner

-of Siop Alys here in Machynlleth.

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-I have made pinchos for people.

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-It's a spear that holds the tapas.

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-I hope it's as good as the cider!

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-Josune Garmentdia is from

-the Basque country in Spain

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-How have you enjoyed the welcome

-here in Wales?

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-It has been a nice experience.

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-We are far from each other.

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-People have been interested

-in our culture.

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-We are quite similar.

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-We appreciate language in the

-same way.

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-Thanks for the welcome.

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-A great week in Machynlleth.

-Back to you in the studio.

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-If you'd like more information about

-the tour by the Basque people...

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-..visit www.showmewales.co.uk.

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-50 years ago in the village

-of Parc near Bala...

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-..one of Wales' most influential

-women's movements was born.

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-Merched y Wawr was established...

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-..by women who were unhappy

-with the English nature of the W.I.

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-This local branch has grown to

-become a national institution.

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-There are now thousands of members

-in almost 300 branches.

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-They will all be celebrating

-its 50th anniversary during 2017.

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-Here to talk about what's on the

-agenda is the CEO, Tegwen Morris.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You have a busy year ahead of you.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-Pembrokeshire branches have had

-celebrations already.

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-Cushions have been made

-for cancer sufferers.

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-We also have a project.

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-We're asking members for all

-kinds of material for this project.

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-We want photos, letters, cartoons,

-recipes or any personal collections.

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-We want to show the effect

-the movement has had on Wales.

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-Ceredigion have organized

-three events.

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-Where did you research?

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-We have been looking at our

-archives.

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-We have been looking at media

-archives too.

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-We have found some treasures there.

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-The members have the

-best material.

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-They have all kinds of treasures

-in their drawers.

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-Tell us about this collection in

-front of us.

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-A collection of ten products have

-been made into a collection.

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-Some of the products are here.

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-Every member will get a free bag.

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-A membership card for life will be

-given too.

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-It will give you money off products

-across Wales.

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-The brooch is 1,500 in gold.

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-The silver one in under 100.

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-Mari Eluned has created a necklace.

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-There is also a glass daffodil.

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-There is also a glass daffodil.

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-That is 25.

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-We'll also have a commemorative

-plate and a mug.

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-So many nice things.

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-Merched y Wawr have helped to raise

-money for many charities.

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-Will you be raising money

-for a charity this year?

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-This year,

-we are collecting memories.

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-We all get to share our memories.

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-Local charities

-are always supported.

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-That will continue this year.

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-We don't have a national campaign

-this year.

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-Merched y Wawr are always in the

-Eisteddfod.

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-We'll also be celebrating at

-the Urdd and National Eisteddfods.

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-Merched y Wawr are donating

-the crown this year.

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-On the Wednesday, we have a history

-of the 50 years.

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-From Merched y Wawr

-to women on bikes.

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-Congratulations to Eluned King

-and Ffion James...

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-..on their success at the British

-Cyclo-cross Championships.

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-In Bradford on Sunday...

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-..Eluned from Towy Riders won gold

-in the Women's U16 category.

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-Ffion won bronze

-in the Women's U23 category.

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-Good luck to them both in the future

-in what is a very muddy sport!

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-After the break, two films,

-two centuries but the same title.

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-I'll have the story of this new film

-and another with the same title...

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-..which came out in 1915 and is one

-of the most contentious films ever.

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-A Welsh American

-was responsible for it.

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-We'll also go behind the scenes of

-a popular West End musical, Aladdin.

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-We'll be guided by a busy member

-of the orchestra, Nerys Richards.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're off to the cinema

-straight away...

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-..where the film The Birth of

-a Nation is showing at the moment.

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-A film with the same title

-was released over 100 years ago.

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-Whilst the new one has been praised,

-the original was very contentious.

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-It was produced and directed

-by a Welsh American...

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-..and Rhodri has the story.

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-The Lord has spoken to me.

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-Visions of what's to come.

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-The rise of good against evil.

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-What are we going to do?

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-What are we going to do?

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-We'll fight.

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-The Birth of a Nation

-tells the story of Nat Turner...

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-..in the Southern States of America

-in the 1830s.

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-He was a black man

-who had learnt to read.

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-Despite being a slave,

-he preached around the estates.

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-In a way, he kept

-the slaves under control...

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-..on behalf of their

-white masters.

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-When he saw what went on at the

-farms, he started a revolution.

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-I pray you sing a new song.

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-It's a true story and a labour

-of love for the director and star...

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-..Nate Parker.

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-Parker wanted to take the title

-of the famous film from 1915...

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-..and retell the story

-on behalf of black Americans.

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-If the new film gives

-the proper context to the story...

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-..the original romanticizes

-some of the most controversial...

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-..and loathsome characters

-in American history.

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-Many people know that there are

-problems with the original film.

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-It basically praises

-the Ku Klux Klan.

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-It's the American Civil War from

-the standpoint of the white man.

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-Were the slaves

-thinking about revolution...

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-..or even about taking power.

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-A kind of hysteria grows and

-the answer is the Ku Klux Klan.

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-That sounds racist

-because the film is racist.

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-There is no doubt about it.

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-The film was based on a famous

-novel, The Clansman.

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-It was made by a Welsh American.

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-D W Griffith, or David Llewellyn

-Wark Griffith, was definitely Welsh!

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-His forefathers came from Wales

-but he was born in Kentucky.

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-D W Griffith had a Welsh heritage

-but his father was very imaginative.

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-One of his stories

-was about the family's history.

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-He claimed that they came

-from a long line of Welsh kings.

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-D W Griffith's father

-was quite a character.

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-He was known as

-"Roaring" Jake Griffith.

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-He was a Confederate Colonel

-during the American Civil War.

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-I think there's a similarity between

-those Southerners and the Welsh.

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-They are still going on

-about the South rising again.

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-They still feel apart from America,

-their own nation.

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-When it was released,

-the film was counted as a classic.

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-Griffith was the father of cinema

-for generations of Americans.

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-It's difficult for us to watch

-The Birth of a Nation today...

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-..because of its racist element.

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-However, if we can somehow

-see past that, and it's not easy...

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-..then it's a terrific film.

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-Made in 1915, it's over three hours

-long and has huge, expensive sets.

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-It also has a cast of thousands and

-D W Griffith's use of the camera.

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-Before D W Griffith, there were

-no close-ups or montages.

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-On the other hand,

-the story extols the Klan.

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-To appreciate the new film,

-you have to watch the old one.

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-An ironic use of words maybe,

-but you can't whitewash history.

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-You have to see the weaknesses

-in D W Griffith's film...

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-..in order to appreciate

-Nate Parker's film even more.

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-Despite the racism

-in the original film...

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-..without it, we wouldn't have

-Nate Parker's film to applaud.

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-Rebel!

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-You waiting on something?

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-You waiting on us.

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-# We will rise #

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-That film certainly

-looks worth seeing.

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-We're off to London now, to the West

-End, the land of musical theatre.

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-Nerys Richards from Newport,

-Pembrokeshire, knows the place well.

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-She's in the orchestra

-for the magical musical, Aladdin.

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-Daf Wyn took up a few minutes of

-her busy schedule for a quick chat.

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-How does it feel to be playing in

-such a big show at in the West End?

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-We are right in the centre,

-in Soho on Old Compton Street.

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-I sometime think I'd like

-to work somewhere a bit quieter.

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-Every night, I travel in on the Tube

-with my cello.

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-It often doesn't feel like coming

-to work because I love it so much.

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-The music is great.

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-My part on the cello is good.

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-I play it almost every night

-so I have to like it!

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-I also have a couple of solos.

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-It's very interesting.

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-The film is very magical.

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-Does that come across on stage?

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-Does that come across on stage?

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-Definitely.

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-We feel it in the pit because

-the music is quite magical too?

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-On this side are violin 1, violin 2

-and me on the cello over here.

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-There's a grand piano over here.

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-A double bass and a keyboard.

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-How many are in the orchestra?

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-How many are in the orchestra?

-

-There are 15 of us.

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-You are busy at the theatre

-but what else are you up to?

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-I freelance with the

-English National Opera.

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-I did Tosca last Saturday.

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-Last week, I also did Ibiza Classics

-with Pete Tong!

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-That's a bit different to Disney.

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-I enjoy the variety.

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-You also work with Radio 1.

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-I have to get up early on Monday

-to go to Maida Vale...

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-..to record with Olly Murs

-for Radio 1 Live Lounge.

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-Then I'm with Graham Norton

-in the evening.

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-You are quite busy.

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-You are quite busy.

-

-That's the spice of life!

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-You also have a baby.

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-My daughter is 18 months old.

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-Seren Haf has already had

-one harp lesson from me!

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-What's coming up in 2017?

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-I'll be here for at least a year

-and they're even saying five years.

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-It is so sold out.

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-It's quite tiring looking after

-the little one.

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-That's what I do in the daytime.

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-I come to work when she's in bed.

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-It's a good balance.

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-This place will be packed

-within the hour.

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-Thank you for the chat.

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-Thank you for the chat.

-

-Thank you.

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-Now you can go and do some work!

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-# Never had a friend like me #

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-Tegwen Morris has been

-my studio guest this evening.

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-Nerys and her sister have performed

-for Merched y Wawr.

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-Yes, we hope to have them back in

-the future.

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-Every event is a challenge to

-arrange.

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-I love going to the Royal Welsh

-Show.

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-There will also be a residential

-event this year.

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-I'm sure there will be many

-highlights.

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-We love seeing all of the members

-enjoying themselves.

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-We welcome people to contact us with

-their memories,

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-That's all from us this evening.

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-Prynhawn Da returns at 2.00pm

-and on Heno at 7.00pm...

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-..we're live in Llanberis for a new

-venture promising pizza and a pint.

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-Also, we'll look at fitness walks

-at the National Botanic Garden...

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-..and one of S4C's most loved drama

-series returns to the small screen.

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-Two of the stars of Gwaith Cartref

-will be in the studio.

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-Llywela and Macsen, played by

-Sue Roderick and Mabli Jen Eustace.

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-Until tomorrow, goodnight.

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