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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-at the start of another week.
-We hope you all had a good weekend.
-It's a proper Monday
-in terms of the weather.
-Yes, it's dark and wet so snuggle up
-in front of the fire and join us.
-Catrin Gerallt casts her eye
-over the weekend headlines.
-This is what else we have for you.
-Regular viewers will recognize
-today's guest in the kitchen.
-Sian Roberts rustles up a curry
-using Christmas leftovers.
-Angharad Pearce Jones is at the
-Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre...
-..to view its latest exhibition
-Marion has tips on the essential
-items for our make-up bags.
-Dr Elin Jones chats about 2017
-being the Year of Legends in Wales.
-Join Owain and me for all this on
-your Monday edition of Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-as is customary for a Monday...
-..by looking at
-the weekend headlines.
-Catrin Gerallt joins us today.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What stories have caught your eye?
-We start in the world of politics
-and a cartoon featuring Theresa May.
-Brexit has been dominating
-the headlines again.
-The cartoon featured
-in The Sunday Times...
-..under the headline of "That's
-One Way To Flush Your Enemies Out."
-It about the argument
-between Theresa May...
-..and Sir Ivan Rogers.
-Sir Ivan was the UK ambassador
-for the EU...
-..but he has resigned.
-Sir Ivan was meant to meet
-with David Cameron...
-We don't know what is going to
-happen in the world of politics.
-David Cameron has stayed
-in the shadows...
-..since his resignation.
-Some people have agreed
-with Sir Ivan Rogers...
-..in that it will take many years...
-..for Brexit to come into effect.
-A lot of right wing parties
-have come to the fore...
-..all over Europe.
-If Britain is successful
-..then it could have
-a domino effect...
-..all across Britain.
-Theresa May looks like a witch
-in the cartoon!
-It isn't the best image for her.
-Another headline looks towards
-the Church in Wales.
-This year marks 20 years...
-..since the Church in Wales
-ordained its first women priests.
-Yes, that's right.
-I was very happy
-to see this headline.
-Some 61 women were ordained
-..20 years ago.
-I was the correspondent
-with Radio Cymru...
-..and reported on the story about
-the ordination of women.
-A lot of people spoke out about
-All of the worries have disappeared.
-people have accepted women priests.
-All the cathedrals across Wales...
-across the weekend.
-We'll also see the
-first women bishop...
-..who will be ordained at the end
-of the month.
-It was a weekend of celebration
-for one of Wales's greatest stars.
-The singing sensation,
-Dame Shirley Bassey...
-..celebrated her 80th birthday
-We had to celebrate this birthday.
-Wales On Sunday had a lot of
-..about her career
-that has spanned over 60 years.
-She's been called a diva...
-..but has also managed
-to sustain her career...
-..and is still a great singer.
-I suspect she was the first major
-star from Wales.
-She has produced over 30 albums and
-over 100 singles.
-She continues to fill concert halls.
-Yes, she continues to fill concert
-Her voice is still very strong.
-Tom Jones has paid tribute
-to Shirley Bassey.
-He remembers her walking off his
-She looks fantastic.
-Today is your final chance
-to enter our New Year's Competition.
-You could win an iPad or television
-by answering this question:
-What name is traditionally given
-to 6 January?
-1) New Year's Eve, 2) Christmas Eve,
-or 3) Twelfth Night?
-Call us with your answer
-on 08443 35 12 44.
-Get dialling now
-as you've got nothing to lose.
-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone
-company's network access charge.
-All entrants must be 18 or over.
-The phone lines close
-at 3.00pm today.
-Don't call after the lines close
-or you may still be charged.
-For full terms and conditions,
-email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
-Good luck to you!
-Nothing beats a curry to warm us up
-at the start of January.
-After the break, Sian Roberts
-has a family recipe using leftovers.
-Angharad Pearce Jones also visits
-the Zoomorphic exhibition...
-..at the Llantarnam Grange
-Arts Centre in Cwmbran.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-I'm delighted to welcome someone...
-..who was a regular contributor
-to our programmes in the past...
-..but Sian Roberts is making her
-debut in the kitchen today.
-Welcome to the programme.
-You were Sian Bassett in the past.
-It's my debut in the kitchen.
-What are you making for us today?
-The first dish is a family recipe
-for a curry...
-..that uses leftovers
-from the Christmas period.
-You can use any vegetable for this.
-Before you start...
-..you should soak some ginger
-in some water.
-It means you can use
-the whole thing.
-You also need to rest some rice
-The ginger softens in the water.
-It means you can use
-all of the ginger.
-I bought fresh ginger this weekend.
-It's very good for you.
-Fresh ginger is much nicer for you.
-A lot of people don't know
-how to treat fresh ginger.
-You should peel it.
-This has been left in water
-to soak for an hour...
-..and it has all softened.
-I've fried some onions...
-..and can add some garlic
-and the ginger.
-Chop it finely...
-..as it gives a better flavour.
-Could you add meat to this dish?
-When I have a Sunday dinner...
-..I don't have a lot of meat left
-as I've got two sons...
-..so I just use the leftover
-You can use parsnips and
-I don't know the Welsh term
-for a butternut squash.
-You could ask the viewers!
-Next, we add the spices.
-They are coriander, turmeric
-Add a touch of flour...
-..as it helps to thicken the sauce!
-You also add some tomato puree and
-I'm using fig chutney...
-..but you can use any chutney.
-There's also some red curry paste.
-I used half a teaspoon
-of the spices...
-..and about a teaspoon
-of the curry paste.
-I don't like my curries
-to be too spicy.
-I like to try them.
-Men challenge each other...
-..on eating the hottest curries!
-Some of my friends like to eat raw
-Add some vegetable stock to it.
-You need a minute or two
-to fry the spices...
-..before adding the stock.
-This is a healthy dish...
-..as it contains a lot
-of the superfoods.
-This is a family recipe.
-I'll add the stock...
-..before telling you the story
-behind the recipe.
-Add the stock a little at a time.
-I was living in Africa
-when I was a child.
-My father worked
-in a geology museum.
-We had a curry every Saturday.
-This is Mammy's recipe for a curry.
-I love a curry.
-Curry and lasagne are two of the
-main dishes in Britain.
-After all the stock
-has been added...
-..you add the sweet potato.
-It needs long enough for the
-vegetables to cook.
-Last week, Angharad Pearce Jones was
-at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre...
-..to view its latest exhibition
-But what does that mean?
-The Zoomorphic exhibition...
-..looks at the connection
-between mankind and animals.
-The transformation of people
-to animal form has been a part...
-..of folk stories, mythology
-and religion for millions of years.
-Some of the pieces
-touch on mystery and magic...
-..and others concentrate on the way
-we personalize animals.
-Gladys Paulus has done just that
-in this piece.
-She's given human qualities
-to these pets.
-Some of us worship our pets
-and put them on a pedestal.
-Gladys' work is made of felting,
-which is the wool of an animal.
-Animals are often found
-..to explain or analyse
-the human condition.
-The English pieces include Animal
-Farm, The Wind in the Willows...
-..and Alice in Wonderland whilst
-you have the Mabinogion in Welsh.
-Roald Dahl was another author
-who used animals.
-This piece by Jackie Needham
-reminds me of Fantastic Mr Fox.
-Jackie uses animals in her work as
-they remind her of childhood tales.
-She also uses animals
-to convey terrible events.
-After the loss of her mother,
-she made animals for her siblings...
-..to reflect the different ways
-that they dealt with their loss.
-As small children, we play with toys
-in the form of animals.
-Teddies and bunnies are usually
-sleeping comforts at bedtime.
-However, there's also the fear
-of beasts that hide under the bed.
-There are two sides
-to the image of animals.
-The work of Christie Brown
-..and the practice of using clay
-to create sculptures.
-By adding animal parts,
-they are more terrifying and eerie.
-It shows that we're not alone on the
-planet and not the most important.
-Kerry Jameson's pottery is a mixture
-of mythological and the every day.
-The pieces have animal heads
-with the natural human posture.
-The two yellow characters remind me
-of Super Furry Animals' costumes.
-The exhibition continues
-in a smaller space of the gallery.
-You'll see more work by the
-same artists and many new ones.
-The work of Adrian Higgins discusses
-the uncomfortable relationship...
-..between animals and mankind.
-He returns to his childhood
-with pieces inspired by wolf tales.
-They have cruel qualities but only
-follow what comes natural to them.
-Louise Jones-Williams is a curator
-of Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre...
-..and has done an incredible job of
-collecting and exhibiting the work.
-I'll remember the exhibition
-long after leaving Cwmbran today.
-The Zoomorphic exhibition
-at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre...
-..runs until 28 January.
-After the break...
-..Marion reveals the essential items
-for our make-up bags.
-Last year saw the Wales
-Year of Adventure.
-Later, Dr Elin Jones chats about
-the 2017 Year of Legends.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-At the start of year, a lot
-of people enjoy a spring clean...
-..especially after removing
-the Christmas decorations.
-It's an ideal time to sort out our
-make-up bags and wash them too...
-..but the classics are as popular
-as ever and worth keeping.
-Marion Fenner joins us
-to chat more about it.
-Some of the classics
-are worth keeping.
-Some of these items are very old.
-Our first product is by Olay.
-In 1952, it was called Oil of Ulay.
-You can use this on the face
-There are so many products
-in the brand today.
-We all have it on the shelves
-of our home.
-It continues to be sold today.
-Next, we have Max Factor.
-This is a creme puff.
-This takes us back to Hollywood.
-This made the skin of the stars
-A lot of people would use this.
-You could have a refill of this.
-Next, we have Pond's.
-This is from 1914.
-I remember using this many years ago
-This is very thick.
-The make-up comes off with one wipe
-My favourite is Nivea.
-This is still as pure today
-as it was 100 years ago.
-It comes from the Latin word
-This is the first product
-using oil and water.
-Next, we have Anne French.
-This is from 1838.
-This is light
-and is full of moisture.
-This is a great make-up remover.
-It gives the skin a glow.
-Next, we have Pear's.
-I remember the adverts.
-This dates back to 1789.
-Pears' realized that glycerin
-was good for the skin.
-Women used to do a lot of bad things
-to their skin.
-Next, we have Brylcreem.
-During the Second World War...
-..the soldiers were called
-the Brylcreem Boys.
-This is back in fashion.
-Next, we have Yardley.
-It dates back to 1770.
-People couldn't afford
-to buy perfume.
-I remember Mam-gu used to smell
-Next, we have Chanel No 5.
-used to wear this to bed.
-There were ten different versions.
-Next, we have Estee Lauder.
-She only had five pots of cream...
-..and she spilt it in the store.
-The smell travelled through
-Thank you, Marion.
-We're always delighted
-to receive your photographs.
-It was an unusual morning at Priordy
-Chapel in Carmarthen yesterday.
-was more like a hair salon!
-For three years, Ffion Parsons,
-a young member of the chapel...
-..has been growing her hair.
-Yesterday, she cut her hair to raise
-money for the charity, Myeloma UK.
-There was enough hair
-to make three wigs...
-..for children who have lost their
-hair due to medical treatments.
-Ffion raised 1,800
-so a huge congratulations to her.
-Last year, it was the
-Wales Year of Adventure...
-..and 2017 has been earmarked
-as the Year of Legends.
-The historian, Dr Elin Jones
-joins us to discuss this further.
-Do you welcome this celebration?
-I celebrate the Year of Legends
-The aim of the year is to
-Some of the stories that have been
-chosen are strange choices.
-They've chosen to highlight Roald
-Dahl, Tolkien and Dylan Thomas.
-These tales aren't special to Wales.
-Merlin is connected to Wales
-and to Ireland.
-We have so many great tales
-They have opted
-for international tales.
-I think that they would
-have chosen tales...
-..that are unique to other
-I wouldn't be surprised if some of
-the people who have chosen these...
-..don't know enough about our tales.
-There's a difference
-between tales and stories.
-Tales can inspire other tales.
-Tales develop over years...
-..and have a connection
-with a special place or person.
-It would also have
-a national connection.
-Tales are fantastical.
-A story can have correct facts.
-There are facts
-and you can research the stories.
-There's a painting about the various
-tales of Wales.
-This shows the different tales
-of Wales and different areas.
-I was given this as a gift
-from a friend in Germany.
-She loves Welsh tales.
-It shows Wales and the number
-of tales that we have in Wales.
-On 22 February 1797, French troops
-known as the Black Legion...
-..landed at Carreg Gwastad,
-The local cobbler, Jemima Nicholas
-went into the fields...
-..and saw a dozen French soldiers.
-There are some tales with no facts.
-We have tales in Caerphilly.
-We should celebrate all of these
-We should advertise these compared
-to the stories we all know.
-We made the connection
-of Bendigeidfran's head...
-The Mabinogion is a literary
-treasure throughout Europe.
-The tales linked with Wales are
-The mountain is known locally as
-A popular tale tells of the dramatic
-landslide on the north side...
-..which was caused by an earthquake
-or lightning strike...
-..at the moment of
-This is also a romantic location.
-My favourite tale is from our area
-and is about Sion.
-I love the story.
-This is important to Wales.
-It dates back many years...
-..and many people continue to speak
-of this tale.
-After the break, we return
-to Sian Roberts in the kitchen.
-She has another recipe using
-the leftovers in our cupboards.
-We've had a message on Twitter
-from one of our viewers.
-Dinah Jones was happy with the
-newspaper review by Catrin Gerallty.
-We close today's programme
-in the kitchen with Sian Roberts.
-Earlier, Sian had a recipe for
-a curry using Christmas leftovers.
-The curry has been cooking
-during the programme.
-You can use any vegetable
-or any meat for the curry.
-The next recipe is the
-perfect accompaniment to the curry.
-This is a recipe for a raita
-to serve with the curry.
-You'll need half a grated cucumber.
-I've removed the skin.
-There's less water without the skin.
-You shouldn't drink a lot of water
-if you have a lot of chilli.
-There's a lot of water in cucumber.
-You want to remove the water.
-Use a clean tea cloth and wring out
-the water in the cucumber.
-The water drains away.
-Wash the tea cloth after using it!
-Add some mint leaves and some salt
-to the cucumber and yoghurt.
-You can also add some pepper.
-If the curry is too hot, this
-will help to keep the heat down.
-I had a friend
-and he was from India...
-..and he removed all traces of water
-from the table...
-..when we had a curry.
-He would only let us have yoghurt.
-You can serve all sorts of things
-with a curry.
-It can be nice to have a tray
-of extras when you have a curry.
-I've also got some naan.
-You don't have to ask
-for naan bread...
-..because naan means bread.
-Make sure that the vegetables
-have cooked before you serve this.
-You currently work
-in the food industry.
-Yes, my company focuses
-on food events and workshops.
-I speak of Welsh foods.
-We also look at some of the recipes
-from other countries...
-is a multicultural city.
-We get to meet a lot of people.
-We have many Americans
-on our tours.
-We don't go around Cardiff
-and appreciate the buildings.
-Mari Grug from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-What delights have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-Join Owain and me for tonight's Heno
-It's the season for the Plygain
-Tonight, we hear about the tradition
-of the Plygain.
-Gerallt is live at a Plygain service
-at the Fron Goch Garden Centre...
-..and there's a traditional Plygain
-There's news of
-an interesting karate event...
-..at the Sgwd yr Eira waterfall
-in the Brecon Beacons.
-We're joined by the presenters
-of S4C's Priodas Pum Mil.
-and Trystan Ellis-Morris...
-..want to encourage those people
-who recently got engaged...
-..to take part in the next series
-of Priodas Pum Mil.
-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.
-Carys Tudor has her household tips.
-Cathy Irons has advice for those
-visiting their local pharmacy.
-Ward Plant follows the news
-and weather on S4C.
-It's a fly-on-the-wall documentary
-about Ysbyty Gwynedd.
Cyfres gylchgrawn gydag eitemau coginio a ffasiwn a chyngor am bopeth o addurno'ch cartref i ddewis llyfr da. Magazine series including features on fashion, style, antiques and cookery.