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Cyfle i ennill #100 neu fwy yn Mwy neu Lai ac adolygiadau o ffilmiau'r sinemau yng nghwmni Lowri Cooke. You could win #100 in the quiz and Lowri Cooke reviews the latest films.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Friday 3 February.

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-It'll be a weekend and a half

-with the start of the Six Nations.

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-There's plenty for you

-to enjoy today.

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-The phone lines for today's

-Mwy Neu Lai are open.

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-You could win over 100 but need to

-register by calling 08443 35 18 97.

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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-You can escape the weekend of rugby

-by going to the cinema.

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-Lowri Cooke has the latest releases

-included the animated film, Sing.

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-We've been celebrating

-Storytelling Week...

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-..and have the final instalment

-of Hi a Fi from Mari George.

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-Chris Jones tells us if Storm Doris

-and Storm Ewan are visiting Wales!

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-There's plenty for you to enjoy

-on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Friday so the Gossip Girls

-will put the world to rights.

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-Amongst the topics

-are Donald Trump...

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-..and whether he should be

-banned from visiting Britain.

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-We're running an opinion poll on

-Twitter and the question is:

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-Should Britain welcome a visit

-from President Trump?

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-Some 8% think we should welcome him

-whilst 88% disagree...

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-..and 4% don't have an opinion

-on it.

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-You can also contact us by emailing

-prynhawnda@tinopolis.com...

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-..or by calling 01554 880 880.

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-We look forward to hearing from you.

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-It's going to be a heated debate!

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-Wales play against Italy on Sunday

-so we've got some Italian cuisine.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dan.

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-We had a great response

-to Lisa's soup on Monday...

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-..so Dan is rustling up

-another soup for us today.

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-Due to our Italian theme, we've got

-the Italian dish of minestrone soup.

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-It contains pasta and vegetables.

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-It's great to serve

-during the rugby.

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-Heat some olive oil in a pan.

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-Slice some onions

-or shallots finely.

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-You can slice it into cubes.

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-Don't be too fussy.

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-It will soften in the soup.

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-Prepare it before

-or during the match.

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-I made your seabream the other week.

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-It was very easy and delicious.

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-The next step

-is the hard vegetables.

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-The carrots will cook in the pan.

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-It's packed with the vegetables.

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-Season with some salt.

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-Fry them lightly.

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-Next, we have some smoked bacon.

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-You don't have to add it.

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-The flavours of the bacon

-will be released into the soup.

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-You can also use lardons.

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-They are easier to use.

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-They can also be cheaper.

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-Stir in some celery.

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-Allow them to cook

-for a few minutes.

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-Pour in some tinned tomatoes.

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-Next, we have some courgettes.

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-I was lucky to get them.

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-I got them from a friend.

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-There's a shortage of courgettes

-at the moment...

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-..due to stormy in weather in Spain.

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-My friend couldn't find courgettes

-in the supermarket.

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-This is a great way

-of using courgettes.

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-They will be back in season

-by the summer.

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-There's also mention

-of a shortage of iceberg lettuce.

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-I also have some bouquet garni.

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-It's a bundle of herbs.

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-There's rosemary, thyme and parsley.

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-Finish with some tomato puree.

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-Allow it to simmer for 30 minutes.

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-Add the pasta and then serve.

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-The pasta cooks in the soup.

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-Soup is quite light.

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-But it makes a great meal.

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-It also warms you up.

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-There's still time to register

-for today's Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Register to play on 08443 35 18 97

-before the lines close at 2.30pm.

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-This is delicious.

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-After the break, Lowri Cooke reviews

-the new Trainspotting and Lion.

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-Mari George also has the final part

-of her story, Hi a Fi.

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-Welcome back.

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-There's still time to register

-to win some money in Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97 before

-our phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Next, we welcome Lowri Cooke

-to the studio.

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-She's joined us to review

-three films today.

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-We start with the much-anticipated

-T2 Trainspotting.

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-Choose life.

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-Choose Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

-and hope that someone cares.

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-I've missed you, man.

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-I've missed you, man.

-

-I've missed you too, Spud.

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-Choose looking up old flames wishing

-you'd done it all differently.

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-Do you still take heroin?

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-Do you still take heroin?

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-No.

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-Do you still take heroin?

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-And choose watching history

-repeat itself.

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-Hello, Franko.

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-Simon.

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-That music takes you back 20 years.

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-Yes, and I had a poster of

-Ewan McGregor on my wall...

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-..at university in Aberystwyth.

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-This is a great follow-up.

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-Time has left its mark

-on the main characters...

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-..of Renton, Spud and Begbie.

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-This is great for fans

-of the original film.

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-They all have their problems.

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-There's a story to this

-that brings them all together.

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-If you don't like strong language...

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-..then you should avoid this film!

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-It does help to have seen

-the original.

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-We're all 20 years older...

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-..and can empathise

-with the characters.

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-It's a very nostalgic film.

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-You might struggle

-because of the accents.

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-I loved Spud!

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-Next, we have the animated film,

-Sing.

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-I loved this film.

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-It doesn't have the same depth

-as the other Disney films.

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-Rosita, Rosita, Rosita!

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-Can I take your place please?

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-Sure, Johnny. Go ahead.

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-Get ready 'cos I'm warning you.

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-This stage is about to explode

-with major piggy power!

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-I am so sorry, I have no control.

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-Yeah!

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-OK, come on. You can do this.

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-# I stay up too late,

-got nothing in my brain #

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes. I'm fine, thank you.

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-How are you?

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-It's great.

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-My daughters enjoyed it.

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-This follows a koala

-called Buster Moon.

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-The film features the voices of

-Matthew McConaughey.

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-There's a lot of great characters.

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-There's also Taron Egerton...

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-..as the voice of Johnny.

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-He's originally from Aberystwyth.

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-The children might want to see Sing.

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-We're also looking at the film,

-Lion.

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-Lion is a real-life story.

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-You could think that this

-is a fairy-tale...

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-..but it's actually a real story.

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-It's the story of a boy.

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-He fell asleep on a train.

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-He was carried to Calcutta.

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-He ends up in a children's home

-and is adopted.

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-We meet the boy again

-in his twenties.

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-By this time, he wants to know

-more about his mother and brother.

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-I can't tell you the ending.

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-It's been nominated for six Oscars.

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-Nicole Kidman

-has been nominated too.

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-It's very emotional.

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-It's an incredible film.

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-The first half is very emotional.

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-Don't forget to cast your vote

-in our opinion poll on Twitter.

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-Should Britain welcome

-a visit from President Trump?

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-Get in touch with your opinion.

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-Drop us a line on 01554 880 880,

-or email prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

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-We've marked Storytelling Week all

-week with the author, Mari George.

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-Here's Mari to deliver her final

-passage from her novel, Hi a Fi.

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-"I've fallen in love," were her

-first words but she was lying.

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-A person in love

-wouldn't have to say such a thing.

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-"I'm going to marry Matholwch,

-the King of Ireland," she said.

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-The King of Ireland

-had proposed to her.

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-"But you don't even know him,"

-I said.

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-Branwen avoided any eye contact

-and said, "He'll do for now!"

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-"I'm doing the right thing,"

-she said.

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-I could say no more

-but merely gaze at the sunset.

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-She spent a day with him walking

-around the castle garden...

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-..and along the coast to Caernarfon.

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-This was followed by a feast and

-Branwen agreed to marry Matholwch.

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-Uniting two families by marriage

-was a great business transaction...

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-..for the castle and the country.

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-She could have refused

-but wanted to be a queen in Ireland.

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-It's the heartbreak

-caused by children...

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-..and here am I, the eve of her

-wedding, sewing a veil of silk.

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-I can't sleep and she'll arrive

-in her night gown soon...

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-..her hair flowing down her back.

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-I'll watch her in her white dress

-as she gives her virginal dance.

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-She'll spin around the room

-in a dress that encapsulates her...

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-..and her hair floating

-around her young shoulders.

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-"I'm happy, Mam," she'll say

-as she sees the longing in my face.

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-With that, a ray of light, red

-like a bed of blood shines through.

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-The cockerel crows...

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-..and horses stretch their legs and

-shake their mane.

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-I hear the maids rousing...

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-..and remember a similar day years

-ago when the birds refused to sing.

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-I think of the crows turning white

-in a wave of death.

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-I remember the axe.

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-We hope you've enjoyed listening to

-the story of Branwen by Mari George.

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-Chris from the S4C weather team

-has joined us.

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-Are we set for some stormy weather?

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-We had a lot of rough weather

-overnight.

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-It's still rough at the moment.

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-There's a lot of American

-nonsense...

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-..about the names of the storms.

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-You can hear more about it

-on the bulletin.

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-There's a yellow warning in place

-for strong winds...

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-..in Cardiff, Monmouthshire,

-Newport and the Vale of Glamorgan.

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-Yes, there's heavy rain.

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-It shouldn't be a massive storm.

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-There's more rain for the weekend.

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-It's going to be unsettled.

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-A lot of us will enjoy

-sunshine tomorrow.

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-There's more rain on Sunday.

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-Our Mwy Neu Lai phone lines remain

-open for the next couple of minutes.

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-Get dialling now for

-your chance to win some cash!

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-There's plenty still come today,

-so join us in a couple of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-There's plenty still to come today.

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-In a moment, we'll hear the views of

-our Gossip Girls about Donald Trump.

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-And we sample some gnocchi with Dan.

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-Don't move a muscle!

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-The phone lines for Mwy Neu Lai

-have now closed.

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-Please don't call us anymore.

-We'll call a lucky viewer later.

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-Next week is the 300th birthday

-of William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Our entire week will be filled

-with items to mark the occasion.

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-Next week on Heno and Prynhawn Da...

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-..we mark 300 years since the birth

-of William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-He was responsible for some

-of our nation's greatest hymns.

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-We'll discuss his life and work,

-visit places of importance...

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-..and hear many renditions

-of his popular hymns.

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-Join us next week,

-as we remember..

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-..the master hymn writer,

-William Williams, Pantycelyn.

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-Let's welcome our Gossip Girls.

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-They are Bethan Mair,

-Rita Jones and Gwenno Dafydd.

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-Before the girls air their views on

-Donald Trump's visit to Britain...

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-..let's hear what the people of

-Llanelli have to say about him.

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-He shouldn't be allowed here after

-the way he's treated other people.

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-We invited him here so I don't think

-we should retract that.

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-I don't know because

-his behaviour isn't the best.

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-Only time will tell!

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-People criticize Trump but he's

-the leader of the biggest nation...

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-..so we should invite him here

-to break down the barriers...

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-..that lie between countries

-so that we can move forward.

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-Thanks to the people of Llanelli.

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-We've been running an opinion poll

-on Twitter on this issue.

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-We asked if Britain should welcome

-a visit from President Trump.

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-Some 11% say

-he should be welcomed...

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-..whilst 85% believe that Trump

-shouldn't be allowed to visit...

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-..and 4% don't have an opinion on

-the matter.

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-Nia Davies from Crymych

-has called the show.

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-She doesn't think that

-Trump should visit Britain...

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-..because it would cause trouble.

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-Let's start with you, Rita.

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-What are your views on whether Trump

-should visit Britain?

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-I think we should.

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-I feel that we need

-the help of America.

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-I think America is needed

-if we go down the route of Brexit.

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-The country has welcomed

-worse leaders than Trump.

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-Trump has been invited...

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-..and we shouldn't retract

-that invitation.

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-1.6 million have signed a petition.

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-I've been protesting

-on the streets three times...

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-..since Trump became president.

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-He's been invited because

-of Farage's visit to America.

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-They were worried about this link.

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-I hate this man!

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-He's been made president.

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-He's been voted by the people.

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-He's kept to his word.

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-We have all the alternative facts.

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-He said that all he wants to do

-is nuts!

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-I think it's too soon to offer him

-a state visit.

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-The government of this country...

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-..is in ruins.

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-Nobody knows what they are doing.

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-I think this visit is part of

-the political panic...

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-..that has struck

-the British government.

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-I think they need to pull

-their socks up!

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-We're going to be like

-a Third World country...

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-..if we're not careful!

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-We don't want to upset America.

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-America only wants to be

-friendly with Britain...

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-..because of our NHS!

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-I think Donald Trump

-borders on being psychopathic!

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-The man has been invited

-to the country.

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-If we retract the invitation...

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-..then the country will have egg

-on its face!

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-He has duty to come to Britain.

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-I think that Trump

-has said that Britain...

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-..will top the list of his visits.

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-Oh, Rita!

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-I don't think so.

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-Our second story

-is about the Airbnb service.

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-Airbnb is when people can list

-or rent short-term lodging...

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-..in residential properties.

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-But how safe is this practice?

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-What are your experiences

-of using Airbnb, Gwenno?

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-I love it.

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-It's a fantastic way to people

-that you would never normally meet.

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-I'm self-employed.

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-This is a great way

-of making extra money.

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-I've met people

-from all over the world.

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-There's a website...

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-..and it has photographs

-of the home.

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-It's perfectly safe.

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-Would you stay in someone else's

-house?

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-I wouldn't want to stay

-in someone's home...

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-..and I wouldn't want

-anyone in my own home.

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-I wouldn't trust them.

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-I prefer to lock the door

-and keep myself to myself.

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-What about you, Bethan?

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-I have booked places on Airbnb...

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-..but I didn't get to stay there.

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-It's cheaper than a hotel.

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-It is risky.

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-I wouldn't want people

-going through my drawers!

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-They are in a separate room.

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-It's a spare room.

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-They don't go through my things.

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-People can sleep on my sofa.

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-Only friends would sleep on my sofa.

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-I don't have the room.

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-That's it from us for now.

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-If you've registered to play Mwy Neu

-Lai we could be calling you shortly.

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-Stand by your phones!

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-After the break, we also

-return to Dan in the kitchen.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to play...

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-Mwy Neu Lai.

0:31:410:31:43

-We should have a caller on the line.

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-It's Medwyn Owen

-from Aberffraw on Anglesey.

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-How are you?

0:31:590:32:01

-I'm great, thank you.

0:32:020:32:06

-It's a rough day

-and we've had a lot of rain.

0:32:060:32:12

-We'll ask you a series of questions

-and the answers are numbers.

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-You don't need to know the number...

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-..but simply if the answer is higher

-or lower than the previous number.

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-There's 10 for each correct answer.

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-Today's starting number is 99.

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-Your 60 seconds starts as soon as

-Mari asks the first question.

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-How many players in a rugby team

-- higher or lower than 99?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 15.

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-Correct - 15.

0:32:430:32:44

-How many days are in a week

-- higher or lower than 15?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 7.

0:32:480:32:50

-How many miles are between Wrexham

-to Swansea - higher or lower than 7?

0:32:500:32:55

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 140.

0:32:550:32:58

-How many months are in a year

-- higher or lower than 140?

0:32:580:33:02

-Lower.

0:33:020:33:03

-Lower.

-

-Correct - 12.

0:33:030:33:05

-How many years are in a century

-- higher or lower than 12?

0:33:050:33:08

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 100.

0:33:090:33:11

-Is half a dozen

-higher or lower than 100?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 6.

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-How many miles is the Welsh Coastal

-Path - higher or lower than 6?

0:33:180:33:22

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 870.

0:33:220:33:24

-How many letters in the word,

-CHWEFROR - higher or lower than 870?

0:33:250:33:28

-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 8.

0:33:290:33:31

-How many seconds in a minute

-- higher or lower than 8?

0:33:320:33:35

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 60.

0:33:350:33:37

-The Principality Stadium holds

-60 rugby fans? Higher or lower?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 74,000.

0:33:420:33:43

-Higher.

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-How many colours are in the rainbow

-- higher or lower than 74,000?

0:33:430:33:47

-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 7.

0:33:480:33:50

-Your time is up!

0:33:530:33:55

-Congratulations, you've won 110!

0:33:560:33:58

-Thank you for playing...

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-Mwy Neu Lai!

0:34:020:34:04

-Congratulations to Medwyn

-on winning 110!

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-If you're not watching

-the rugby this weekend...

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-..why not visit an event

-in our weekend Calendar?

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-Tonight, the Morriston Orpheus Choir

-has a concert...

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-..at the Baglan Community Church

-at 7.00pm and tickets are 10.

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-Their guests include

-the Cor Serenata ladies choir.

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-Theatr y Gromlech hosts the Crymych

-local Eisteddfod on Saturday.

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-Local competitions start at 1.30pm

-and the open events are at 2.30pm.

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-Ffarmers has a craft and produce

-fair from 10.00am until 1.00pm.

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-It's free entry and there's plenty

-of local produce to buy.

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-You can enjoy a bus ride with Mair

-Tomos Ifans and Bethan Wyn Jones...

0:35:110:35:17

-..organized by Literature Wales.

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-It's a tour of the Lleyn Peninsula

-starting from Aberdesach at 1.30pm.

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-For tickets, contact Ty Newydd in

-Llanystumdwy or Literature Wales.

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-End the weekend at Neuadd Bro Fana

-in Ffarmers...

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-..for a concert

-by the Lampeter Music Club.

0:35:370:35:41

-It starts at 2.30pm

-and features a host of performances.

0:35:410:35:46

-We've returned to Dan

-in the kitchen.

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-The minestrone soup

-you made earlier was delicious.

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-What's on the menu for us now?

0:35:590:36:03

-I'm making gnocchi with salami,

-garlic and courgette.

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-There's potatoes, flour,

-salt and pepper.

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-It's an easy process.

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-Gnocchi is quite bland.

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-Slice an onion finely.

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-Fry in plenty of butter and oil.

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-A touch of oil

-prevents it from burning.

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-Turn the heat up on the hob.

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-Alun can stir it for me.

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-Next, we add plenty of garlic.

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-Slice the garlic finely.

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-Sometimes you crush or slice garlic.

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-Does it make any difference?

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-Sliced garlic is more flavoursome.

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-You get chunks of garlic

-when it's sliced.

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-Season with salt and pepper.

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-Next we have more courgettes!

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-We are making the most of them!

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-Courgettes are packed with water.

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-Add a dollop of double cream.

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-Don't use single cream.

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-There isn't much fat in it.

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-Single cream doesn't thicken

-when heated.

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-The gnocchi has been blanched.

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-This dish will serve two people.

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-Contact us for the recipe/

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-Add a touch of basil

-and fresh parsley.

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-Finish with Italian salami.

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-Many viewers will enjoy Italian food

-over the weekend.

0:39:510:39:57

-That's one way of stirring it!

0:39:580:40:04

-There's a lot of salt

-in the gnocchi.

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-Build the dish.

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-The gnocchi is the base followed by

-the courgettes.

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-Then you had the folded salami.

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-This will cost you less than 5

-to serve five people.

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-Drizzle the sauce over it.

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-Let's sample it now.

0:41:030:41:09

-Let's try the gnocchi.

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-There's a strong garlic flavour.

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-That's it from us today.

0:41:190:41:23

-Next week we mark the 300th birthday

-of the hymnist, Williams Pantycelyn.

0:41:230:41:29

-And hear of a young mother's plight

-to raise funds for cancer treatment.

0:41:290:41:35

-The news and weather on S4C

-is followed by Pobl Port Talbot.

0:41:360:41:42

-Good luck to all the Welsh teams

-this weekend.

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