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Y cyflwynydd Morgan Jones fydd yn y stiwdio i son am ei waith fel Llywydd Band Pres byd-enwog y Cory. Morgan Jones is in the studio to talk about his role as President of the Co...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Wednesday's Heno.

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-It's great to have your company.

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-My studio guest is the presenter,

-Morgan Jones.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You've been busy preparing

-for a special tour.

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-With three friends, I'm cycling

-to Belgium for the Cory Band.

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-You've also got a weekend of singing

-ahead of you.

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-The semi-finals of Cor Cymru 2017

-are taking place this weekend.

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-They're at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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-We'll chat more later.

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-On tonight's programme...

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-..Geraint hears more about the

-barber who has had national success.

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-Sophie Collins is quite the star

-with a scissors and shaving blade.

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-For those interested in quilting, we

-have news of a quilting festival...

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-..which will be held in Llandudno.

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-We take a look at the history behind

-the Welsh area names of Cardiff.

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-It's the last chance to enter our

-competition to win a hamper...

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-..full of equipment to keep the

-family happy over half term.

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-Keep watching

-to find out the details.

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-We begin with the presenter,

-Morgan Jones.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You have a connection to the

-Cory Brass Band, tell us more.

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-You live in North Wales and

-the band are in South Wales.

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-I am President of the Cory Band.

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-Cory won the Band Cymru contest

-a few years ago.

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-I met the musical director

-at that time.

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-We have similar ideas

-about brass bands.

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-Have you performed with them?

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-I have been at concerts

-and narrated at them.

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-We won the British Open

-in September.

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-Cory Band is defending

-its European Brass Band title...

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-..on 28-29 April in Ostend, Belgium.

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-I said I'd cycle to Belgium.

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-It's expensive to go

-to these competitions.

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-I'll be cycling the 371 miles

-from Treorchy to Ostend.

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-Philip Harper is the

-Cory Band Musical Director.

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-Philip will cycle 84 miles

-from Gloucester to Treorchy.

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-He will meet us with his baton and

-give it to me.

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-We will then give him the baton

-back in Ostend.

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-They are defending their title.

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-wonderful Cory Brass Band.

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-They are wonderful.

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-What makes them so special?

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-They are normal people

-with amazing talents.

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-They have been the best in

-the world for ten years.

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-They have won the quadruple.

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-It includes three British titles and

-the European title.

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-They're the only ones to do it.

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-The band was established

-many years ago.

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-Brass bands are connected to the

-South Wales valleys.

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-They have conquered the world.

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-The continue to develop

-young talents.

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-The Cory Academy feeds

-the senior bands.

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-It's a great way to nurture young

-talent.

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-During the winter, it's great

-to cwtch up under a quilt.

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-Quilts keep us warm and for many

-they are small pieces of art.

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-There's a special festival in

-Llandudno which celebrate quilting.

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-They are certainly worth seeing.

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-The festival started 15 years ago

-and takes place every February...

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-..here at the Pavilion

-and at the Llangollen Museum.

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-These contemporary quilts are

-for hanging on walls, not for beds.

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-One of the exhibitions is of by the

-Quilters' Guild contemporary group.

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-This exhibition is made up

-of quilts from Britain...

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-..the Czech Republic,

-Slovakia and Germany.

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-They have been shown

-across the world.

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-There are quilts

-for everyone's taste here.

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-From large, traditional quilts

-to be used on beds...

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-..smaller ones for a newborn baby

-or child...

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-..to quilts that are traditionally

-hung on walls and contemporary ones.

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-There is something for everyone

-encompassing various techniques.

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-Come to Llangollen, there's nowhere

-like it for a good walk...

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-..and then come to see the colours

-of these wonderful quilts...

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-..which we have prepared for you.

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-Make sure you call

-in at the festival.

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-Schools across Wales close

-for half term on Friday.

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-Our competition prize will keep your

-children happy on these long days.

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-Next week is half term

-and we're going to have some fun.

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-You can have some fun too

-with the Heno competition prize.

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-It's a fantastic package of board

-games, a rugby ball, a football...

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-..books, a tennis set

-and DVDs to keep us all busy.

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-All you have to do is answer

-this simple question:

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-Where does Harry Potter

-go to school?

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-1) Hogwarts, 2) Llandovery,

-or 3) Llandudno?

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-I'd love to win this prize.

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-So would I.

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-So would I.

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-Me too.

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-Good luck, get dialling and compete.

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-Our thanks to the children

-of Llanddarog school.

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-Let's have that question again:

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-Where does Harry Potter

-go to school?

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-1) Hogwarts, 2) Llandovery

-or 3) Llandudno?

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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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-The phone lines close at 3.00pm

-on tomorrow.

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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 heno@tinopolis.com

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-Good luck to you all!

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-There's only just over

-a week remaining...

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-..to enter our seasonal

-photographic competition.

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-Winter is the theme and here's

-some inspiration from Ruth Clement.

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-Ruth won our Autumn competition and

-Alun met up with her on the Gower.

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-Congratulations on winning

-the competition, Ruth.

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-What does winning this mean to you?

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-It means a lot to me

-as I've never won anything before.

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-I'm super chuffed as I only started

-taking photographs a year ago.

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-It means a lot to me.

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-You sent in three entries.

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-Was the one that won your favourite?

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-Was the one that won your favourite?

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-Yes.

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-This means a lot as it was taken

-locally and the area is beautiful.

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-How did your interest

-in photography begin?

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-Two years ago, I was struck down

-with a surprising illness...

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-..and then last year,

-I received a camera for Christmas.

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-Photography has been a focus for me

-to spend time outdoors.

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-It has been a part of my recovery.

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-Are you going to continue with

-photography in the future?

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-I would like to do a photography

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-I'd like to do something different

-to the landscape images.

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-We'll have to wait and see.

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-Congratulations once again on

-winning our photography competition.

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-Thank you very much.

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-If you'd like to win an iPad

-or television just like Ruth...

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-..then please send in your photos.

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-There are many ways of entering and

-the details are on your screens now.

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-The competition closes

-on Thursday, 23 February.

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-Do you enjoy taking photographs?

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-I'm not that good.

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-I live on the coast.

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-It's more beautiful than the Gower!

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-What type of camera do you use?

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-I take pictures and

-put it on Twitter.

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-I never use a camera!

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-Still to come after the break...

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-..Rhodri Davies looks into some

-of Cardiff's Welsh place-names.

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-And we'll meet Sophie Collins and

-a few of her customers in Harlech.

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-Sophie is the best wet shave barber

-in Gwynedd...

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-..and has hopes of

-becoming the national champion.

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-Stay tuned to find out more.

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-Welcome back to Heno.

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-A bit if a debate now as we look

-into Welsh place-names in Cardiff.

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-These names are an important part

-of the city's character.

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-Why does the Heath

-have two Welsh names?

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-Where did the Welsh name

-for Grangetown derive from?

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-Are you confused?

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-Rhodri Davies has been to a special

-session at the Glamorgan Archives...

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-..to try and clear up some

-of the history behind the names.

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-If you take the time to look when

-walking along the city streets...

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-..you'll be surprised at some of the

-Welsh names that come to light.

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-How many residents of Grangetown

-would be familiar with Trelluest?

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-The late historian, John Davies

-lived in Grangetown...

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-..and he is responsible

-for the name, Trelluest.

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-He took the word, lluest,

-which were huts in Ceredigion...

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-..and transferred it to create,

-Trelluest.

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-This is a very conscious creation.

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-The Grange was the old name for the

-Welsh speakers of the city.

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-The clash between the old and the

-modern is obvious again...

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-..with Mynydd Bychan or Waun

-for the Heath area.

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-Language has obviously been an

-integral part of the city's history.

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-The names on the Cardiff outskirts

-are witness to that.

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-The centre of the city was small.

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-It stretched from the castle

-to the bottom of St Mary's Street.

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-It was a small area and the

-surrounding farms were Welsh.

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-This continued until the beginning

-of the 20th Century in Rhiwbina.

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-Many Welsh speakers farmed in

-Llysfaen until the mid 20th Century.

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-Within walking distance of the city,

-you get Welsh speakers...

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-..along with fields and farms

-with Welsh names.

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-They also spoke a unique Welsh.

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-While the residents of Whitchurch

-are used to the Felindre area...

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-..many might question

-the spelling of Velindra...

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-..not because of the 'v' at the

-start but due to the final 'a'.

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-This is a perfect example of the old

-traditional dialect of the area.

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-The dialect of the South East

-of Glamorgan and Gwent...

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-..is known as Wenhwyseg.

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-A trait of this dialect was the end

-of word letter change...

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-..from an e to an a.

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-We're used to the people

-of Gwynedd doing this...

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-..but it also happened in Cardiff.

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-Today, through the stories

-and archive...

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-.. Welsh speakers

-have a treasure of information.

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-It's been a very interesting evening

-and I've learnt a lot.

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-I've learnt that I live in Cimdda

-Llandaf and not Victoria Park.

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-We discovered a lot about

-the mixed history of the city...

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-..and that both languages existed

-side by side for centuries.

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-I live in Canton or Treganna and

-there has been disagreement...

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-..about the history and identity

-of the names.

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-My family have lived in Cardiff

-since the start of the 19th Century.

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-I'd never heard anyone

-use Y Waun or Waun Ddyfal...

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-..but I was aware of Mynydd Bychan.

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-Languages mix and

-change over the centuries.

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-People enjoy hearing the history.

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-you can view a 1840 map online...

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-..along with old newspapers.

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-Many of these things can be done

-from the comfort of the home...

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-It's certainly a very interesting

-and useful resource.

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-Speaking of Cardiff...

-..thanks to Eleri and Mark Jones

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-They had a lovely experience at the

-Principality Stadium on Saturday.

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-Wales v England in our competition.

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-They tell us there was an electric

-atmosphere at the game!

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-Thank you for getting in touch

-and for your kind words.

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-Morgan Jones is

-my studio guest this evening.

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-There will be no sport for you

-this weekend.

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-The semi-finals of Cor Cymru 2017

-are taking place this weekend.

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-They're taking place at

-Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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-There is a lot of singing

-to be done.

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-The categories are Youth,

-Children's, Mixed, Female and Male.

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-Four take part in each category.

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-The final will take place

-on Sunday, 9 April.

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-There is a 4,000 prize.

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-Everyone wants to win this accolade.

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-These are the winners of

-two years ago.

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-There is so much excitement

-in the theatre.

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-I have worked in huge stadiums.

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-This is just as good.

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-Cor Cymru has some old names

-taking part.

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-This year,

-we have new choirs taking part.

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-When will we see

-this on our screens?

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-It will be on S4C on

-the fifth of May.

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-Well then, girls,

-how do you like your men?

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-With a beard or clean shaven?

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-Men in the Harlech area are

-very lucky that Sophie Collins...

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-..looks after their hair

-and beards.

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-She's won a competition

-as the best wet shave in Gwynedd.

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-She will now take part in

-the national finals in Cardiff.

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-Gerallt went to meet Sophie

-and a couple of her customers.

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-A tidy haircut, trimmed beard

-and a chin as smooth as silk.

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-Sophie Collins' customers expect

-just that at her Llanbedr barbers.

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-The lads are obviously delighted.

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-Tomos, is it a nice feeling?

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-Nice and smooth, fresh

-and ready for the weekend.

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-How long have you been

-one of Sophie's customers?

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-Since she's been here

-and previously in Dyffryn.

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-She does a great job

-or I wouldn't come back.

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-What's the main difference between

-having a professional shave here...

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-..and shaving at home?

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-It's so smooth and there's no blood

-as there is when I cut myself!

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-You make a mess of things.

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-You make a mess of things.

-

-Yes, a terrible mess!

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-Sophie is into the regional finals

-of the British Best Wet Shave.

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-Good luck to her

-and she deserves to be there.

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-She's worked hard at two locations

-around here.

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-Sophie, the shop is busy today.

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-Tell us about the salon.

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-and I'm very busy.

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-What are the popular styles

-in the chair?

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-Fades, shaving and beards.

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-Fades, shaving and beards.

-

-Everything.

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-In March, you'll be in Cardiff

-to represent Gwynedd.

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-What will happen there?

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-Shaving in front of three judges.

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-Are you a bit nervous?

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-I'm more nervous...

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-I'm more nervous...

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-..than working here!

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-I used to have a small beard and

-it's more effort than a clean face.

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-I've only recently grown a beard.

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-Fair play,Sophie looks after me.

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-She trims and oils it for me

-every three or four weeks.

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-And your hair too.

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-And your hair too.

-

-Yes.

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-Good luck to her in Cardiff.

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-I hope she wins

-and puts Gwynedd on the map.

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-Cardiff calls and the regional

-finals are up next for Sophie.

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-The message from her Llanbedr

-customers is as clear as day.

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-Good luck in Cardiff, Sophie.

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-Good luck in Cardiff, Sophie.

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-Thanks, lads.

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-Congratulations to Sophie

-and good luck in the next round.

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-Would you like a pamper from Sophie?

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-I don't mind some pampering.

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-I only shave when I have to.

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-Will you be shaving your legs for

-the cycle?

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-I love cycling but I'm not shaving

-my legs!

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-We are cycling to Ostend.

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-We are raising money for Cory Band.

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-You can donate via

-the JustGiving page.

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-Eryri is superb for training.

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-Good luck as President of Cory Band.

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-That's all from us this evening.

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow at two

-with gym fashion tips with Helen...

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-..and financial advice

-from Gweirydd ap Gwyndaf.

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-On Heno at 7.00pm, singer

-Beth Frazer will be in the studio.

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-Beth is back from having pioneering

-cancer treatment in Australia.

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-We'll be live from a community Iris

-film festival in Llandudno...

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-..and we'll learn more about

-the St David's Day Awards shortlist.

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-From Morgan and myself, goodnight.

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Y cyflwynydd Morgan Jones fydd yn y stiwdio i son am ei waith fel Llywydd Band Pres byd-enwog y Cory. Morgan Jones is in the studio to talk about his role as President of the Cory Band.