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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-on this bright Wednesday afternoon.
-Anna Elias is having a makeover
-and is joined by her friend, Mari.
-Welcome to you both.
-On today's programme, the New Year
-has yet to reach one area of Wales.
-We'll have news of a special
-celebration in the Gwaun Valley.
-It's National Milk Day so that's
-what Alison Huw will be discussing.
-Gerwyn Morgan talks about his new
-book about Beulah in Ceredigion...
-..as we open up the covers
-of our Book Club.
-Hana Medi continues to travel across
-Wales to look at another collection.
-Today's collector is from Boncath.
-She takes this
-collecting business seriously.
-there are hundreds of them.
-Stay with us for the next 50 minutes
-or so and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We start with one of you having
-a makeover from Huw and the team.
-Anna Elias is a mother of three
-I'm from Llangyndeyrn.
-I've moved back there
-with my family.
-I'm married and have three children.
-We also have a budgie!
-What is your job?
-They call me Mary Poppins!
-I work on the Children's Ward
-I've lost my voice.
-I think I picked up a cold
-from one of the children.
-Mari nominated you for a make-over.
-She's a great friend
-and she deserves a treat.
-You are the boss too!
-I've been working at the ward
-for the longest.
-We've been there for over 20 years.
-Princess Diana also visited the ward
-when we were there.
-How many kids go through the ward?
-We get thousands of children
-coming to the ward.
-We take emergencies and those for
-We also welcome those children
-We provide them with early
-surgeries and treatment.
-You cheer up the kids.
-We also have a bag of tricks.
-Many children like this farting
-brain that makes a funny noise.
-It makes children laugh
-who are waiting for treatment.
-They're able to find Wally whilst
-It distracts them.
-A lot of tips there to take their
-mind off it.
-We're meant to wear black socks but
-I wear colourful ones.
-This makes a child smile
-and you make friends with them.
-You have a big year ahead.
-Mari, Anna has a busy year ahead.
-Anna will be married for 20 years.
-I hoped that we would go away.
-Sorry, Mam, I had to say that!
-What do you want Huw to do?
-I don't mind what Huw does today.
-My hair hasn't been cut in a while.
-You usually wear an uniform.
-There's an uniform in work.
-We wear purple shirts.
-They know we are fun!
-We tend to bring toys to children
-who we give medicine to.
-Enjoy your day with us.
-Most of us have already forgotten
-about our New Year celebrations.
-The fizz is flat
-and 2016 seems a long time ago.
-For some in Wales, however,
-the New Year hasn't arrived yet.
-They will be welcoming 2017
-on Friday morning, and this is why.
-The Old New Year is the original
-New Year which existed before 1752.
-That is when Britain
-got into line with Europe...
-..and adopted the Gregorian calendar
-instead of the Julian calendar.
-13 days were erased to ensure the
-accuracy of the Christian calendar.
-But not everyone
-was happy about this.
-Some areas continued
-to follow the old calendar...
-..like Cwm Gwaun
-in North Pembrokeshire.
-For the people of this valley,
-13 January is a very important day.
-Children and young people visit
-the farms in all weather to sing.
-They are warmly welcomed
-everywhere they go.
-They meet up at the end of the day
-to celebrate the New Year.
-Happy New Year!
-One of the those who will be
-celebrating this Friday...
-..is our next guest,
-He is the fifth generation
-to celebrate the Old New Year...
-..in the Gwaun Valley.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What will be happening?
-The children of the area will sing
-Calennig around the houses.
-Everyone enjoys and looks forward
-to 13 January.
-It's also a great excuse to have a
-day off from school!
-You get some money too!
-Financially, we make a lot!
-How much preparation is there?
-There isn't much preparation.
-We go over the songs and get ready
-How important is the tradition to
-It's important to keep this old
-Not everyone celebrates it.
-Back in 2010,
-we were stuck in the snow.
-We managed to get around
-We had a week off
-from school that year.
-You celebrate at night.
-There are celebrations in the
-evening and we enjoy some soup.
-We sit around the fireplace
-and sing traditions songs.
-We spread out over the houses.
-There about eight or nine
-of us squashed into a car!
-Dark-haired people are lucky in the
-It's good luck for a dark-haired man
-to walk in the house first...
-..at the start of the new year.
-You play a lot of rugby.
-Our rugby team
-has been very successful.
-You played the Cymoedd in the final.
-We didn't have a great time during
-..but lifted the cup in the end.
-You have won a Welsh cap.
-I won a cap for under 16s
-We beat the English too.
-I'm also training at the Scarlets
-I'm also at college.
-You are a busy man.
-It's tough to juggle
-the rugby and the college work.
-The aim is to win a Wales cap!
-Back to the Old New Year, what are
-I will rehearse the songs
-in the morning.
-Happy New Year to you!
-After the break,
-Alison Huw discusses milk products.
-See you in a few minutes.
-Welcome back and welcome also
-to Alison Huw.
-It's National Milk Day so going to
-you're talking about milk products.
-There's so many milk products.
-The milk industry is very important
-to us in Wales.
-People have turned off milk.
-It's sad to think that 6M glasses of
-milk are wasted in the UK every day.
-That's a lot.
-We throw it away at home.
-Milk is third on the list of foods
-that are most commonly thrown away.
-It's quite frightening.
-It's important to keep milk stored
-in the right way.
-You probably keep your milk
-in the door of your fridge.
-Every time you open the door, it is
-faced with a different temperature.
-It might be convenient
-but it's not right.
-You should keep it in
-the body of the fridge.
-Milk freezes very well.
-It defrosts quickly too.
-The colour will come back.
-It's worth freezing a few pints.
-I always freeze a couple of pints
-before going on holiday.
-Take it out when you get back
-and it will be fine in the morning.
-Milk does expand when it freezes.
-Take the top off first.
-What's the difference
-between these milks?
-There are many different milks.
-Gold top milk is out of fashion.
-It still only has 5% milk.
-Full-fat milk is actually
-a low-fat food and is under 5% fat.
-Full-fat milk contains about 4% fat
-which is quite low.
-It contains more Vitamin A and E
-than skimmed or semi-skimmed milk.
-There are more vitamins
-in full-fat milk.
-Vitamins A and D are in milk too.
-It is low in fat.
-There is no reason
-to stop having blue milk.
-It's a great source of calcium...
-..and is good for children
-and the elderly.
-Kids should have full fat milk.
-contains about 2% fat.
-It has more calcium
-that full-fat milk.
-It is the most popular milk.
-It tastes similar to blue milk.
-Skimmed milk is low in fat and
-calories but high in calcium.
-It has less taste
-and fewer vitamins.
-It's great for sauces.
-1% Fat Milk is a
-relatively new product.
-It contains 1% fat.
-Filtered milk apparently
-can be kept for up to 45 days.
-The fat is scattered
-around the milk.
-The milk is forced through
-small holes at high pressure.
-Some people do have allergies
-A2 milk has had the Casein A1
-protein taken out.
-This protein is associated with
-Lactose-free cow's milk is for
-people who can't digest lactose.
-Pro Active Milk
-is a relatively new product.
-It's aimed at those who are worried
-about cholesterol levels.
-Plant chemicals and natural steroids
-are mixed with skimmed milk.
-Kefir has been around for centuries.
-It is originally
-from the Middle East.
-High temperatures tend to make the
-milk go off in those countries.
-Natural yeast is added to milk and
-allowed to ferment for a few hours.
-Kefir is a bit acidic
-and is good for our digestion.
-Milk that has turned is great
-for making scones or soda bread.
-Anna Elias is here for a makeover
-from Huw and the girls.
-How are things looking, Huw?
-Things are shaping up well, here.
-I don't know who is more nervous
-- Anna or Abi, our new team member!
-Abi's gone all quiet
-and she's never like this!
-Welcome to the team, Abi,
-and we'll return to you shortly.
-What are plans for the hair, Ruth?
-It hasn't been cut in a long time.
-Anna's got curly hair, she likes
-the length, so we'll keep it.
-The layers have grown out.
-I've got a technical question
-Do you have to be more careful
-when cutting curly hair...
-..because the shorter the hair,
-the tighter the curls will be?
-It depends on the style of curl
-and Anna has quite soft curls.
-It isn't tight
-as the layers have grown out.
-But once I trim it,
-it will tighten slightly.
-Why haven't you had
-a haircut recently?
-Thanks for being honest!
-Ruth's enjoying cutting it.
-We'll shorten the layers
-and dry-blow it differently.
-I'll use a medium-size brush.
-It creates a curl,
-but not an everyday-style curl.
-Do you just wash and go?
-Do you just wash and go?
-Yes, I slip an Alice band in and go.
-You don't Ruth to create
-any fiddly styles.
-Why skin type does Anna have, Abi?
-Why skin type does Anna have, Abi?
-Her skin is quite dry.
-I'll apply some foundation
-We've picked out the clothes and
-this colour is great to match navy.
-If we use black clothing,
-we'll use this palette.
-Anna doesn't wear a lot of make-up,
-so she only needs a touch of it.
-I won't apply a lot of make-up
-because it will strange for you.
-You'll give Anna a step-by-step
-guide on how to apply the make-up.
-Anna's job entails her bending
-down with the children.
-Can she still wear her Alice band?
-She can wash her hair, leave it
-and just stick an Alice band in.
-But if she's going out, she can
-blow-dry it for a different look.
-Would you go to the trouble
-of doing this, Anna?
-Yes, if there's a special event.
-Ruth can get rid of people
-once she styles their hair!
-Ruth has made-over people for years
-and they're still her clients!
-Yes, it's lovely.
-Anna and I have to come to some
-compromise over the clothes now.
-Let's see how it goes
-as I'm always right!
-We look forward to seeing the
-final reveal a little bit later.
-Time now to tell you
-what's on tonight's Heno at 7.00pm.
-We're live in Llanberis for a new
-venture promising pizza and a pint.
-We'll also look at fitness walks
-at the National Botanic Garden.
-Angharad will be joined by
-two stars of Gwaith Cartref.
-Sue Roderick and Mabli Jen Eustace,
-also known as Llywela and Macsen...
-..will be telling us about
-the new series of the S4C drama.
-After the break, we'll discuss
-the new book by Gerwyn Morgan.
-See you in a few minutes.
-We open our Book Club with the
-author and historian, Gerwyn Morgan.
-He is here to discuss
-the new book...
-..Beulah: The Story of a
-Ceredigion Village and its People.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Where is exactly is Beulah?
-It's Hywel Teifi Edwards most
-important village in Ceredigion.
-What kind of place is it?
-Beulah is on the B4333 between
-Newcastle Emlyn and Aberporth.
-It is high up with the sea
-on one side...
-..and the Preseli on the other.
-It has changed a lot.
-The chapel has lost
-its influence a lot.
-It's important to write down
-I wanted to show the change
-in the village.
-It must be kept for the future.
-I have concentrated on the people
-and their stories.
-In the book, I tell the story
-of every house in the village...
-..and of every family
-which lived there.
-People should know who has lived
-in their houses.
-The farms are still run
-by old families.
-Beulah people are hard-working.
-When I moved there,
-everyone spoke Welsh.
-I married into the village.
-Only half speak Welsh now.
-Many villages around Wales
-face similar challenges.
-Our people leave for Cardiff or
-The chapel and the school
-was once everything.
-People move away for work.
-The numbers at the school
-You have penned more than one book
-I wrote another book in 2015.
-It was the 100th anniversary
-of the start of WWI.
-Only four died in WWI.
-It was called 'Beulah Remembers
-Another four died in WWII.
-This new book is more comprehensive.
-This new book
-took six years to write.
-The village has changed
-whilst I wrote it.
-I have missed some of the people
-who have died.
-Margaret Davies had noted
-down sayings from the village.
-I got them from her family.
-I want people to buy the book.
-There are many photographs
-in the book.
-I was lucky that an exhibition
-took place in 2009.
-I collected 500 photos for
-Where can buy a copy?
-The book is Beulah: The story of a
-Ceredigion village and its people.
-The book is 12.99
-and available in local shops.
-After the break, Hana takes a look
-at a collection of plates and shoes.
-And we'll see a transformed Anna,
-so stay with us for the big reveal.
-We continue with our series
-of collections now.
-Thanks to Beryl George who contacted
-us about her collection...
-..or should I say collections.
-Beryl certainly loves
-Plates, crockery, shoes and scrap
-books, there's a bit of everything.
-Hana went to see part
-of her collections.
-COLLECTS A BIT OF EVERYTHING
-Let's start at the beginning, Beryl.
-How did you start collecting
-I was given a plate by someone
-and we've always kept them at home.
-I get plates from everyone
-and receive them on birthdays.
-The collection is interesting
-because there's so much variety.
-This plate displays the church
-where I got married...
-..my daughter got married
-and her daughter got married.
-It's the Carreg Wen church
-Speaking of churches, I went to
-the Vatican with Merched y Wawr.
-I was looking around
-and spotted red at the Vatican.
-I went to kneel and had a shock
-as the priest was behind me.
-He recognized my accent and we
-chatted and he came from St David's.
-This plate is from
-the Trebor Edwards tour.
-I had to buy a plate
-and it cost 30.
-It features the menu and Trebor
-and the captain have signed it.
-This is the oldest plate I've got
-and I've got several school plates.
-The grandpa plate is amusing.
-The plate from America
-is also interesting.
-I've got Eisteddfod plates
-but there wasn't one from Bala.
-If they release them again,
-I'll most probably get one.
-This year sees the launch of plates
-to mark 50 years of Merched y Wawr.
-A plate has been released
-but I haven't bought it yet.
-to add to the collection.
-More to dust!
-There are hundreds of them,
-so where do you keep them all?
-I store some in a trunk
-in the hallway.
-I dust them now and again.
-You've also made your own plate.
-Yes, with Merched y Wawr
-at the pottery in Clunderwen.
-I made a plate with the names
-all of my grandchildren on it.
-Tomos, Dafydd, Guto,
-Glesni and Gwion.
-As well as displaying plates at home
-Beryl chats to groups about them.
-She also holds a quiz and donates
-all the money to cancer charities.
-Wherever I go to hold a quiz,
-people worry that they'll break.
-But I've got superglue and the only
-one that I've broken is this plate.
-I broke it myself at home
-and repaired it.
-You look after them quite well.
-There's no problem
-as they're quite tough.
-Beryl, you'll never run out
-of plates or shoes.
-When did you start collecting
-At the age of nine or ten, I had
-trouble getting shoes to suit me.
-I had a high instep
-and had to wear boys shoes.
-There wasn't much choice of shoes
-The man in the shop said I wouldn't
-have any trouble wearing high heels.
-He was right
-and it hasn't bothered me.
-As you can see, there are large,
-small ones and even rugby boots.
-I was given a shoe at Christmas
-that lights up.
-Is there one with
-an interesting story?
-They all have interesting stories.
-There's one that's a money box
-and decorated with mice.
-Those who don't like mice
-don't like to see it.
-Thank you, Beryl for your company.
-Thank you for showing me
-your wonderful collection.
-Anna Elias has been in the studio
-having a makeover this afternoon.
-Before we reveal all, Huw, remind us
-of how Anna looked earlier today.
-When Anna arrived at the studio...
-..she liked wearing practical
-She wore a heavy jumper and jeans.
-She matched it with boots.
-Being comfortable was important.
-The aim today was for something
-It's completely different.
-I was roasting in that thick jumper.
-I think this new look is great.
-Anna was shocked at first.
-The look is more formal.
-She loved the blouse.
-We added some accessories.
-It's cold as well.
-The fur is on the collar.
-Anna holds a handbag that is big
-enough to carry anything.
-Everything is one tone.
-There's a peep-toe shoe.
-You could wear tights too.
-The lace is also nice.
-The hair was trimmed with layers.
-The length was kept.
-Straighteners were used
-and the curls are tighter.
-Could you do it yourself?
-I've kept the make-up natural.
-She doesn't wear a lot of make-up.
-She does like to wear eyeliner.
-It's a natural look.
-I think I could find the time
-to create this look.
-Time is the problem.
-That's all from us this afternoon
-but Huw is back again tomorrow.
-There's no theme tomorrow.
-Dr Ann discusses head lice and Viv
-will have a collection of tools.
-Aled Jones: Dychwelyd Adref
-follows the news and weather on S4C.
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.