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Gwahanol fathau o gawl fydd ar y fwydlen yn y gegin heddiw a chawn gip ar gasgliad o esgidiau ornament bach. The recipe slot features various types of soup for a cold winter's day.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-at the start of another new week.

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-We hope you had a great weekend.

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-This is what we've got for you.

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-Lisa is busy preparing

-a soup and baked Alaska.

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-Our Collections series continues

-with Hana in Llanon near Aberaeron.

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-Today's collector has a shoe fetish,

-but they're not the ones we wear.

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-These are a bit too small for that!

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-Daniel Jenkins Jones looks back at

-a weekend of birdspotting at home.

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-Emma Jenkins has some essential

-grooming advice for men.

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-We've got something for everyone,

-so stay tuned to Sian and myself.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-But we start with a look back at

-the weekend newspapers with Heledd.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We start with events from America.

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-There has been bad news

-from America.

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-President Trump has banned people

-from seven countries.

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-The countries affected are...

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-..Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya,

-Somalia, Yemen and Iraq.

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-He claims top be protecting the USA.

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-Nigel Farage has praised him.

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-He is saying that every Muslim

-is part of ISIS.

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-It's similar to Germany

-in the 1930s.

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-It is utter racism.

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-He mentioned this before

-being elected.

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-Many people here voted for Brexit

-for similar reasons.

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-People are connecting Muslims

-with terrorism.

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-Trump has ignored the courts

-in the USA.

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-That also happened in Germany.

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-Mo Farah has hit the headlines

-because of this.

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-He's been caught up in it.

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-Trump didn't expect this reaction.

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-All these people

-are allowed to got here.

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-Some of them are refugees.

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-Saudi Arabia isn't on the list.

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-He has business interest there.

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-15 of the 19 terrorists in 9/11

-were from Saudi Arabia.

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-It's not about terrorism.

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-We haven't heard the end of this.

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-Theresa May met him last week.

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-She is looking for business partners

-post Brexit.

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-Some people have complained

-about Brexit.

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-USA have different standards

-for foods for example.

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-There will still be

-a lot of bureaucracy.

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-Theresa May has agreed a 100M

-trade deal with Turkey.

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-Britain will help develop fighter

-jets for the Turkish Air Force.

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-Do we want to just sell arms?

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-It's been done for many years.

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-There has been an increase

-in arms sales recently.

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-Turkey have a poor human rights

-record.

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-The UK sell arms to many people.

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-That is not good for human rights.

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-Refugees come

-from war-torn countries.

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-Truths can be very complicated.

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-Lies can blind people.

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-There has been talk of fake news.

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-Fake news is big this year.

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-Trump dismisses things as fake news.

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-MPs are to investigate threat

-to democracy from 'fake news'.

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-They'll seek to determine an

-industry-standard definition...

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-..of fake news.

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-Do search engines

-and social media companies...

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-..need to take more responsibility

-in controlling fake news?

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-People should be told

-what is fake news.

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-The BBC have shown

-a lot of fake news.

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-They have had to report lies as well

-as truth in the Brexit debate.

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-They have to show both sides.

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-We all know about the 350M a week.

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-That was a lie.

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-Democracy has to show the truth.

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-We also discuss fake news on

-Thursday.

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-Still to come on Prynhawn Da...

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-..Lisa makes a soup in the kitchen

-that's perfect for a day like today.

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-Hana Medi takes a look at

-a collection of various shoes.

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-This week is Storytelling Week.

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-To celebrate, we'll enjoy a daily

-excerpt of a story on Prynhawn Da.

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-The author Mari George delivers

-her first passage from Hi a Fi.

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-'HER AND ME'

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-I called her Branwen despite

-her being like the sunshine.

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-My Branwen, my only daughter,

-in memory of the crows of war...

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-..that became white

-under the deadly sun.

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-The night she was conceived,

-I was thinking of someone else.

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-In the sweat and dark kisses of our

-drunken union, I loved another.

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-But that was fine.

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-I gave myself that right.

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-I'm sure many women do the same.

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-That other person was everywhere.

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-In my mirror, the fingerprints

-on my wine glass...

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-..in my stomach, my heart,

-in the song of every small bird.

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-The night before her birth,

-I dreamt that I had gone mad.

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-That was no surprise.

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-My head was heavier

-than my pregnant body.

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-Llyr's words would echo in my ears,

-insulting me and making me ugly.

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-No surprise either that the

-warm water of my self deceit...

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-..that protected Branwen, did

-flow from my body on that night...

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-..when I was swimming in the river,

-mingling with the cold water.

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-Within three hours,

-I was lying on dry cloths...

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-..giving birth

-without uttering one cry.

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-Physical pain doesn't hurt those

-who have given up on feeling.

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-After giving birth to strong

-children like mine...

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-..Branwen's birth was different.

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-Very, very different.

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-Welcome back.

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-Lisa is making soup for us today.

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-Before this, let's hear what is

-your favourite soup or broth.

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-What is your favourite soup?

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-Leek and potato.

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-Why is that?

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-Why is that?

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-Because it's lovely.

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-Cawl, if there's some to be had.

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-Cawl, with plenty of vegetables.

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-Chicken and pumpkin.

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-Leek and...

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-..no, I've changed my mind,

-curried parsnip.

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-I can make that myself.

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-Tomato.

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-I like tomatoes.

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-Vegetable soup.

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-Carrot and coriander,

-as long as it's tasty.

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-What is your favourite soup?

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-I don't like soup!

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-I liked cock-a-leekie soup.

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-What about you?

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-I love French onion soup.

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-We all make our own soups now.

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-It's easy to make.

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-Some people are scared!

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-I love Welsh Cawl.

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-I made a lobscouse yesterday.

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-I start with frying one chopped

-onion for about 6 to 7 minutes.

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-You fry it to caramelize

-and give it a deeper flavour.

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-You can use a slow cooker.

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-It's the base of most soups.

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-This is a simple soup.

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-You can also make watercress soup.

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-Add a chopped garlic clove and fry

-for another couple of minutes.

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-I've got carrots and ginger.

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-You don't have to add it.

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-Take off the skin of the garlic.

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-Chop it up.

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-Add some ginger.

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-Press a spoon against the ginger.

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-You don't waste a lot of the ginger.

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-It's easy to waste.

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-It has a strong taste.

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-You need the ginger

-because of what it's called!

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-Add the carrot and sweet potato.

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-Put in three large potatoes.

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-I'm using 250g of carrots.

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-There is about

-400g of sweet potato.

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-There's no real rules to follow.

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-Add what you have.

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-As a relish,

-I'm chopping sweet potato thinly.

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-Make sweet potato fries.

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-They are very healthy.

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-They are just like chips.

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-They are great for fussy kids.

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-Add some seasoning to the soup.

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-Use a litre of vegetable stock

-and bring to the boil.

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-Simmer for about 15 minutes

-until the vegetables are soft.

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-At the end, I'm adding three

-tablespoons of coconut milk.

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-Blitz it all in a food processor

-until smooth.

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-It's a thick soup.

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-Serve with the chips.

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-If you've got a shoe fetish like me,

-then you'll enjoy this next item.

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-But today's collector doesn't have

-shoes you wear, as Hana discovers.

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-Derwen Stud is home to some of the

-world's most beautiful horses...

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-..and home too to Myfanwy Lloyd.

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-Myfanwy loves her horse but she

-also loves collecting small shoes.

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-COLLECTING SMALL SHOES

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-My first question is how did you

-start collecting these small shoes?

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-My mother started it all.

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-She brought me a glass shoe

-when I was 13 years old.

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-The collection stemmed from that.

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-Do you buy them yourself

-or do you get them as gifts?

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-I do buy a lot of them

-but I also get a few as presents...

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-..from friends, from people who've

-been on holiday or at Christmas.

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-Some go back to 1890.

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-This small green on with shells

-and sand on it is very old.

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-It's one of my favourites.

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-My husband brought one back

-from London.

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-It is made from brass

-and is actually a snuff box.

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-It's quite valuable

-because it's so unusual.

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-The one made from slate

-is very interesting.

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-It's for holding thimbles.

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-Maybe it was used by a tailor...

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-..or made by a slate worker

-as a gift for his wife.

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-I don't know.

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-Sometimes, it's nice to wonder

-who made them and for what purpose.

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-I only have two solid silver ones.

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-They are very unusual

-and very expensive.

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-It's used to keep pins

-when you're sewing.

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-I have a pair of riding boots

-made of pewter.

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-They came from a pub

-and were used to measure spirits.

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-One of them is decorated

-with a dragonfly.

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-It's very colourful in blue,

-green, white and yellow.

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-Somebody's been very busy

-painting that one.

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-There are shoes of all sizes

-in the collection.

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-From the biggest to tiny ones.

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-Whatever their shape,

-size or colour...

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-..there's a safe place for them all.

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-When I had 250 of them,

-I had a cabinet made for them.

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-I had a job making

-the carpenter understand...

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-..that I wanted

-a lot of narrow shelves.

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-We came to an understanding and

-the cabinet is full to the hilt.

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-Do they come out often to be dusted?

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-I take them out one shelf at a time

-to dust them twice a year.

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-Myfanwy's family has been involved

-with horses for centuries.

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-Despite this, there's no horse

-in the collection.

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-No, it's odd that there's no horses.

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-I have dogs, cats, chicks, and birds

-but no horses.

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-I've never seen one with horses.

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-Seeing all these small shoes...

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-..would make one think

-that you like shoes of all kinds.

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-Do you have a lot of shoes to wear?

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-No, I'd never thought of that

-until you asked!

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-I don't have a big collection

-of shoes to wear.

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-Nobody's asked me

-that question before.

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-One pair has caught my eye.

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-I really fancy these tiny ones

-made of crystal.

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-Yes, crystal and they're tiny

-and topped with some gold.

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-They catch the sunlight

-and are very beautiful.

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-Thanks for allowing me to take

-a look at these wonderful shoes.

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-You are welcome.

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-I've got many shoes I don't wear,

-but they're the ones that fit me!

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-This soup is delicious too.

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-Get in touch if you would also like

-to share your collectibles with us.

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-You can contact with your stories or

-with your questions for our experts.

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-It could be a culinary query,

-or fashion dilemma.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Over the weekend, thousands of us

-were counting birds...

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-..as part of the RSPB's

-The Big Garden Birdwatch.

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-It's the biggest survey of its kind

-in the world.

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-Daniel Jenkins-Jones is the Head

-of Public Affairs at RSPB Cymru...

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-..and he joins me

-to tell us more about it.

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-I understand that it all started

-as a children's event.

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-It started 38 years ago in 1978

-with the programme, Blue Peter...

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-..that was presented by Peter Perves

-and John Noakes.

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-It started in 1979 and was for the

-RSPB's Young Ornithologists Club.

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-It was an experiment to get

-children interested in nature.

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-It wasn't scientific at the time

-but it has grown and grown.

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-Over the weekend, we hope 500,000

-people of all ages across Britain...

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-..will have completed the survey.

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-These days,

-it has become scientific.

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-All the information gathered

-from the participants...

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-..means our scientists assess the

-figures from one year to the next.

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-They can see how our garden birds

-have changed since 1979.

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-It appeals to everyone

-because anyone can do it.

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-Yes, it's scientific

-but anyone can gather information.

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-It's important and this comes under

-the modern term of citizen science.

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-It's the first step to help

-conservationists with their work.

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-People hear about the dire situation

-of our world and wonder what to do.

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-This is something small to do with

-a cuppa and a chocolate biscuit!

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-We've learnt a lot

-about the thrush and starling...

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-..that the population

-of both birds since the 1970s...

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-..has fallen over the years and

-this supports our other surveys.

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-It's thanks to people like you and I

-that we've learnt this.

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-Has any species of bird thrived

-when you thought it was dwindling?

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-A number of birds in the top ten

-were not there in the 1970s.

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-One of those is the goldfinch

-which is a beautiful bird.

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-The old Welsh name

-is "Teiliwr Llundain."

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-You can imagine the Welsh

-seeing this smart looking bird...

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-..and thinking that it had been

-to London for its feathers!

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-More and more people are now feeding

-birds in their gardens.

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-They are thriving but wouldn't have

-been in the top ten in the 1970s.

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-There's also the small long-tailed

-tit that suffers in harsh winters...

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-..but harsh winters aren't as common

-these days...

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-..so they are slowing making

-their way up our top ten every year.

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-Are there any birds that remain in

-Britain as opposed to migrating...

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-..as a result of our milder winters?

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-Yes, the Eurasian blackcap

-is still quite rare...

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-..but more and more are remaining

-in our gardens.

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-They would arrive in the summer

-with their glorious tweets...

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-..before returning to Southern Spain

-or Northern Africa...

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-There's a population from Germany

-that remain in Wales all year.

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-Those that live in Wales

-still travel to North Africa...

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-..but the German birds travel to

-Wales so they must know something!

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-It's primarily about birds but you

-also learn about climate change.

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-The birds are guiding us

-in the right direction.

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-Yes, and Wales is a mining country.

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-Miners took canaries into the mines

-to detect any dangerous gases.

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-The bird population acts in the same

-way as that canary.

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-They are faltering for many reasons

-and that includes climate change.

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-The patterns in the populations

-of our garden birds...

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-..is reflecting the same issues

-as those in our countryside.

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-People will think that this

-all happened over the weekend...

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-..but it has been extended

-to the Monday for this year...

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-..so people can still take part

-in the birdwatch.

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-Yes, and do it quickly

-before the sun goes down.

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-Visit our website and download

-our The Big Garden Birdwatch pack...

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-..that are available in Welsh.

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-Spend an hour watching the birds

-that in our garden.

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-I'd also like to thank those

-who have already done the survey.

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-It's just as important to let us

-know if you haven't seen anything.

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-A lot of people take part,

-see nothing and don't tell us.

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-And squirrels.

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-Yes, squirrels and mammals and

-all the details are on the website.

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-We want to know about all the

-creatures, not just the birds.

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-There's a few hours left

-to take part.

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-Thank you and we look forward

-to hearing of this year's results.

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-For once I'm in the beauty corner.

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-It's time for me to

-sort out my beauty regime.

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-Emma Jenkins is here with some

-advice on how to treat our skin.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Many men forget

-to look after the skin.

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-It's the biggest organ.

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-You should moisturize.

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-I don't use moisturizer.

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-It will keep you looking young!

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-I don't normally look after my skin.

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-I've noticed that my skin

-is getting drier.

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-I'm indoors for my job but outdoors

-for my Ironman training.

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-Does that affect your skin?

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-Many men work outdoors.

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-They see a difference

-in their skin condition.

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-Just use a facewash and moisturizer.

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-Your skin can become dry

-if you're outdoors all the time.

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-It can start to flake and peel.

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-This Bulldog product will inject

-more moisturizer into the skin.

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-Do it day and night.

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-You have to apply it

-every morning and night.

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-Is it expensive?

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-It isn't that expensive.

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-It's important that you do it.

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-Just do it!

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-This L'Oreal product

-is great for normal skin.

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-Don't scrub the skin.

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-Use circular motions

-with your fingertips.

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-Circular motion!

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-Lather it over the skin.

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-Don't strip the skin.

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-Don't rub the skin.

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-Wash it off and pat dry

-with a towel.

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-It can create wrinkles

-and make the skin sensitive.

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-Apply moisturizer.

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-Owain, you can look shiny!

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-The final product is for oily skin.

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-Use a moisturizer without oil.

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-Face masks are great.

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-Face scrubs are great for stubble.

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-It prevents ingrowing hairs.

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-These scrubs are from Nivea

-and Mancave.

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-Scrubs with plastic are banned.

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-The grit in the FA Cup scrubs have

-been banned.

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-I will have to give these products a

-go.

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-Also use hand creams.

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-Join us in a couple of minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-It's Baked Alaska Day on Wednesday.

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-Lisa has a simple method of

-making this classic dessert.

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-This dessert seems complicated.

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-It's something nuts to cook on TV.

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-There are three different types

-of meringue.

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-You can use plain sugar.

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-You can also use a bain marie.

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-There is a also a Swiss and Italian

-meringue.

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-There's also a method where you

-prepare beforehand.

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-Measure the sugar and water.

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-Allow the sugar to melt.

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-Check the temperature.

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-The temperature reaches 122C.

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-I've also got some egg whites.

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-The egg whites don't rise

-as well if the bowl isn't clean.

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-You don't want any fat

-in the bowl.

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-Clean the bowl with some lemon

-to kill any fat or dirt.

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-Whisk the eggs.

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-Use the food processor.

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-Pour the sugar mixture slowly into

-the processor.

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-The sugar mixture will cook the

-eggs.

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-The secret is to leave the

-processor to run slowly.

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-The mixture will cool

-and turn into a meringue.

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-The meringue is made.

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-You have to keep it whisking.

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-The mixture has cooked the eggs.

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-It's important to keep your eyes on

-the cooking process.

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-You have to serve it immediately.

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-Pull the baked Alaska

-out of the oven.

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-Drum roll please!

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-Let's open it up to see the centre.

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-I've never heard of a baked Alaska.

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-It's hot outside

-but there's ice cream inside.

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-Place the ice cream in some

-clingfilm and place it inside.

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-It's lovely!

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-You can use an Arctic roll.

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-Let's grab a spoon.

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-I couldn't find an Arctic roll.

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-I've used brioche rolls instead.

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-Cover it all with the meringue.

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-You need to keep an eye

-on everything.

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-Pipe the meringue.

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-Mari has joined us

-in the kitchen.

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-Don't forget to join us at 7.00pm.

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-The British Heart Foundation wants

-us to give up chocolate in March.

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-We hear more about the campaign.

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-Rhodri Davies chats to Archbishop Dr

-Barry Morgan about his retirement.

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-He's also 70 tomorrow.

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-We also meet Jayce Lewis who is

-a talented metal-rock composer.

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-Tudur Morgan joins us for a chat

-and also performs for us.

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-Tudur has released a new CD.

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-There's a fork for Mari.

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-The recipe and our contact details

-are on your screen now.

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-You can view our recipes online

-at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Contact us if you've got a culinary

-question for one of our chefs.

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-The pudding lasts

-until the ice cream melts!

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-You are making a mess here!

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-I've made a larger one in the past.

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-That's it from us today.

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-We continue to celebrate

-National Storytelling Week...

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-..with the next instalment

-of our story, Hi a Fi.

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-Lowri Steffan joins us

-with her home style tips.

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-Another busy day in Ward Plant

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Gwahanol fathau o gawl fydd ar y fwydlen yn y gegin heddiw a chawn gip ar gasgliad o esgidiau ornament bach. The recipe slot features various types of soup for a cold winter's day.