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Byddwn yn gwahodd gwylwyr i'r stiwdio i drafod tri pheth sy'n golygu'r byd iddynt a byddwn yn trafod etifeddiaeth William Williams Pantycelyn. Carys will give us her tips for th...


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli

-for 50 minutes of Prynhawn Da!

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-In a moment, we get useful advice

-from the solicitor, Angela Killa.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-We mark 300 years since the birth

-of William Williams Pantycelyn...

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-..as the musician, Dr Lyn Davies

-discusses Pantycelyn's hymns.

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-There's a plea by a mother to raise

-funds for her cancer treatment.

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-Carys Tudor brings romance to our

-homes to celebrate Marriage Week.

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-Daf Wyn and Lisa Fearn spend an

-afternoon with a group in Pumsaint.

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-Trimsaran-born Ros Garrat-Moore

-reveals her prized possessions.

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-This is footage of her performing

-on the programme a few years ago.

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-You can enjoy all this and more

-on Tuesday's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme by talking

-about holidays in the school term.

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-There was a recent court case

-about Jon Platt...

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-..who took his daughter to Florida

-during the school term...

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-..and refused to pay a fine of 120.

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-Our resident solicitor,

-Angela Killa has joined us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What can you tell us

-about this story?

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-Jon Platt was fined 120 for taking

-his daughter to Disney World...

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-..during school term time.

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-The school had not given permission

-for the absence.

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-Jon Platt refused to pay the fine

-and was taken to court...

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-..by the local council.

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-The magistrates agreed that taking

-a child out of school for a week...

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-..did not mean that

-they were not attending regularly.

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-He argued that his daughter had

-only been absent for eight days.

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-The father claimed his daughter

-still attended school regularly.

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-The High Court agreed

-with the magistrates decision.

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-The local council weren't happy.

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-I'm sure he didn't expect to have

-this much attention.

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-The council are to blame here.

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-The Department of Education

-has tried to stop headmasters...

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-..from letting children

-go on holiday during term time.

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-Michael Gove wanted to be strict

-about absences at school.

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-The headmaster of the school has

-the right to give the permission.

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-This is delivered

-by the local council.

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-If you don't pay a fine you will be

-dealt with by the council.

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-You will be fined 60 first

-and then 120...

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-..if you don't pay within a month.

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-This can also lead to community

-service and imprisonment.

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-Holidays during the school holidays

-are more expensive.

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-Travel companies establish

-extortionate price hikes...

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-..during school holiday periods.

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-Holiday prices are significantly

-lower during school term time.

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-Families are unable to afford to pay

-these prices during school holidays.

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-It could mean children lose out

-on holidays and life experiences.

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-Many parents would say that

-it is cheaper to pay the 60...

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-..than paying more to go

-on holidays.

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-Every local council deals with

-this matter with a different code.

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-If I took my children out of school

-in term time...

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-..I would explain to the headmaster

-how it would benefit them.

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-The older a child gets...

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-..the more important it is that

-they attend school due to exams.

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-I wouldn't advise parents to take

-their child out of school...

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-..during term time.

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-Many schools also have

-to regulate their figures.

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-After the break, we hear more about

-William Williams Pantycelyn...

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-..and learn about his work

-as a poet and writer.

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-There's also the story of an appeal

-to help Nicola White from Pembrey.

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-Welcome back.

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-This week,

-we're celebrating 300 years...

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-..since the birth

-of William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Today, we're looking at his hymns

-with the musician, Dr Lyn Davies.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-William Williams Pantycelyn...

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-..is recognized as one of

-the greatest poets in Europe.

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-William Williams Pantycelyn

-has written hundreds of hymns.

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-Many of his hymns

-appear in Caneuon Ffydd.

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-I live in the Towy Valley.

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-I know about the area...

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-..where William Williams Pantycelyn

-lived.

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-The land is very difficult to work.

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-He would travel the country...

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-..on a pony...

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-..when he preached and sold tea.

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-He was a true poet.

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-Many of his hymns

-are the best of our nation.

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-His faith was very important to him.

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-He got to the nature of man,

-God and Christ.

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-This was a man...

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-..who knew his faith inside out.

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-What are the features of his work

-that make him a talented poet?

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-In some of the books...

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-..William Williams Pantycelyn

-isn't praised as a poet.

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-In his period, we have to think

-that he would travel the country...

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-..and understood the metre of songs.

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-We know of the descriptions

-of the time...

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-..when there were Methodists...

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-..and people who would sing

-an array of songs.

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-He used popular hymn tunes.

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-We remember his hymns because

-in the 19th century...

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-..they were more strict

-in terms of the metres...

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-..and solfa.

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-That was an example of his work.

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-That hymn tune was written

-by William James.

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-He was an engineer.

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-He wasn't a musician.

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-Hyfrodol was set to many lyrics...

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-..by William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-You can't think of the hymn tune

-of Cwm Rhondda...

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-..without thinking of the lyrics

-of Bread of Heaven.

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-We often think of the tune

-Amazing Grace.

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-It's a popular tune.

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-We remember it being sung

-by Iris Williams.

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-The verses are full of excerpts

-from the Bible.

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-John Hughes penned a memorable

-hymn tune in Cwm Rhondda.

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-It has an amazing climax.

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-It's so memorable.

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-I've heard it being sung

-in Patagonia...

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-..with my wife, Elinor.

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-It was very emotional.

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-Three weeks later,

-I was in the Madras area...

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-..near the area of

-the church of St Thomas...

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-..and I heard Cwm Rhondda

-being sung there too.

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-It's a true anthem.

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-It's iconic!

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-A lot of our music is iconic.

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-You've set some of William Williams

-Pantycelyn's verses to music.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-I don't know who told you!

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-Next, we meet a young mother

-from Pembrey called Nicola White.

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-Nicola is battling with cancer...

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-..and trying to raise 75,000

-for specialist treatment.

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-Before we chat with

-some of Nicola's friends...

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-..let's hear from the lady herself.

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-I was first diagnosed with cancer

-when I was 15 years old.

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-It's called osteosarcoma

-which is a type of bone cancer.

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-I've had chemotherapy and numerous

-amounts of surgery to save my leg...

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-..but I had to have an amputation in

-2011 so it just keeps coming back.

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-I finished chemotherapy on the NHS

-as there's nothing more they can do.

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-We're trying to raise money

-for proton beam therapy.

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-We're trying to raise 75,000

-as quickly as possible...

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-..so that we can take Mam to

-Switzerland to have an operation...

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-..so that it stops her

-from having cancer ever again.

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-You can buy Save Nicola t-shirts

-and jumpers too.

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-I've written a letter to thank

-the people who have supported Mam.

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-I'm very grateful to everyone.

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-I'm extremely grateful to everyone

-who has raised money for me.

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-Please give Mam some money.

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-If you're watching this,

-please will you donate.

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-Two of Nicola's friends

-have joined us today.

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-Laura Carr and Emily Carr,

-welcome to the programme.

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-You are a relative, Emily.

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-Yes, I'm her cousin.

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-Nicola cannot have cancer treatment

-on the NHS...

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-..so needs proton beam therapy

-in Switzerland.

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-How is Nicola now?

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-The family have had a tough time.

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-Nicola is very positive.

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-The family has had a difficult time.

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-There's a lot of us

-in the Save Nicola team.

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-We feel as if everyone

-in Llanelli is supporting Nicola.

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-We've raised a lot

-of money already.

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-I think we've raised 20,000

-to date.

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-A lot of that is through donations.

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-We've had a curry night.

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-There was also some meetings

-on the beach...

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-..where people did a lot of burpies!

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-There's also a sky dive in Swansea

-coming up.

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-I won't be doing the skydive!

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-Two people

-will be doing the skydive.

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-Nicola's sister-in-law

-is doing the skydive.

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-What about the bake-off?

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-We've got a bake-off

-in Swiss Valley.

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-It's on Sunday.

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-Anyone can donate a cake for us

-to sell.

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-We don't need any

-more Victoria sponges.

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-You have thought of everything.

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-There's a concert to raise money

-for Nicola...

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-..on Saturday 4 March at 7.30pm.

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-The concert is at St Mary's Church

-in Burry Port.

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-There's also a sponsored bike ride.

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-They are cycling from

-the Severn Bridge to Pembroke.

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-We're all on social media...

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-..and welcome people

-to get in touch with us.

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-The schools have been incredible.

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-All the staff have bought

-the Save Nicola t-shirts.

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-I think the school

-raised over 1,000.

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-It was amazing.

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-When is the concert?

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-The concert is on 4 March in

-St Mary's Church in Burry Port.

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-All are welcome to contact us.

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-There's still plenty to enjoy today

-in a matter of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-In a moment, we enjoy afternoon tea

-with a cooking club in Pumsaint.

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-Ros Garrat-Moore discusses

-some of her treasured possessions.

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-First, we enjoy five minutes

-of romance with Carys Tudor.

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-Welcome to the programme, Carys.

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-Thank you.

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-You make me sound like a therapist!

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-It's Marriage Week, Wales

-has celebrated St Dwynwen's Day...

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-..and Valentine's Day

-is on the horizon.

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-Today, we're looking at ways to

-inject some romance into our homes.

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-My bed is going to be like this...

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-..but there's only room for me

-in it!

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-There's something old fashioned

-about it...

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-..and it reminds me

-of my grandmother's bed.

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-The bed cover is 36 from Dunelm.

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-It's great with the cushions...

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-..that are 4 each from Tesco.

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-They are a bit of fun.

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-There's a picture of some hearts

-in a row...

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-..that is 9.99 from Dunelm.

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-It ties with some hesian ribbon.

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-I've got more hearts

-and frames on the table.

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-The glass candlestick is 25

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-It looks much more expensive...

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-..and is very heavty.

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-I love the pair of

-heart-shaped mugs.

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-I haven't tried drinking

-out of them!

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-There are others

-with heart patterns on them.

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-On the bottom of the table...

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-..there's a row of tealights.

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-They are 1 each.

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-They are from Asda.

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-You can spell anything you like

-with those letters.

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-They are a real bargain.

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-Next, we've got some items

-to snuggle up with...

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-..and the teddies are relaxing on

-the furry throw...

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-..which is 25 from Dunelm.

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-It's still the winter so you need

-something to cuddle up...

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-and it's great for a film night.

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-You can use these

-through the winter.

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-There's a heart-shaped frame.

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-You can put a family photograph

-in it.

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-It's a great gift.

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-It's 17.50.

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-You can also have some fake flowers.

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-They are great quality

-at the moment.

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-Silk flowers can gather dust.

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-Check the label to see

-if they can be washed.

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-You can blow off the dust

-with the hair dryer!

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-Place them in a plastic bag with

-baking soda and give it a shake.

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-The soda removes the dust!

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-You can make your own arrangement.

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-It's a great addition to the room.

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-We recently had an item about gifts

-for St Dwynwen's Day.

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-You can watch that item again online

-via the iPlayer or Clic.

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-Thank you, Carys.

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-We're always delighted to be invited

-to your events...

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-..and we recently attended a tasty

-event in Pumsaint near Lampeter.

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-The new Pumsaint Cookery Club

-welcomed Daf Wyn, our crew...

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-..and the Prynhawn Da cook, Lisa

-Fearn to a special afternoon tea.

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-Dolau Cothi near Lampeter

-is famous for its gold mines...

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-..but Pumsaint Village Hall held

-something of value a fortnight ago.

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-You could enjoy a real feast

-at their special afternoon tea.

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-Funds were donated to renovate

-the hall and they had crockery...

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-..so we decided to put the crockery

-to use.

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-A fortnight ago, we had an evening

-of cawl and music...

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-..and that's followed

-by this afternoon tea.

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-Tell us about this production line.

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-We're filling the scones

-with cream and jam.

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-Everyone has made something to bring

-some variety to our afternoon tea.

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-You've certainly

-got plenty of variety.

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-Do you enjoy an afternoon tea?

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-Do you enjoy an afternoon tea?

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-Yes, I like the traditional tea.

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-These days, a lot of people enjoy

-smart teas with Prosecco.

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-We haven't got to that stage yet!

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-What do I need to do?

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-This is some cheesecake

-so we'll keep that separate.

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-What about the pancakes?

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-How many do you want?

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-I'll keep some for the crew

-so we'll have about ten!

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-Whilst we prepare the plates

-for the afternoon tea...

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-..the Prynhawn Da cook, Lisa Fearn

-prepares a St Dwynwen's Day menu.

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-What's on this romantic menu?

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-There's faggots and peas... no!

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-There's some mocktails with orange

-juice, pineapple and Grenadine.

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-I've got chocolate fondants

-with the liquid centres...

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-..chocolate brownies

-with cherries...

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-..and something less romantic in

-the homemade bread, bacon and syrup.

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-The hall was full to bursting

-and all eyes were on Lisa.

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-This is the same batch of dough

-made with 600g of flour.

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-Can you see the difference?

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-There was plenty

-of mouth-watering delicacies.

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-It's exactly the same process

-as making brownies.

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-Lisa rustled up a feast that was fit

-for a king and everyone had fun.

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-How was it, Lisa?

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-I need a coffee or a cocktail!

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-No, the mocktail.

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-It's gone well and everyone enjoyed

-the bread, bacon and syrup.

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-What have you got? Cheesecake?

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-Yes, and it's delicious.

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-What will you have next?

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-What will you have next?

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-I need to try a bit of everything!

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-The tea is wonderful and I haven't

-seen so much food in a long time.

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-We've come from Aberaeron today.

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-Why have you ventured so far

-and into a new county?

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-We're real Cardis over there!

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-What did you enjoy the most?

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-What did you enjoy the most?

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-The cookery demonstration.

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-And meeting you.

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-And meeting you.

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-Thank you, we'll come again.

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-It's an amazing success and it's

-the first time for us to do this.

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-Have you had enough food?

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-Yes, I will have had plenty

-by the time I finish!

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-Contact us with your questions

-or comments for our experts.

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-Call us on 01554 880 880

-or email prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

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-Thanks to the ladies for inviting us

-to their afternoon tea.

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-After the break, Ros discusses

-some of her treasured possessions.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What delights have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-I like the glasses!

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-I had an eye test this morning.

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-I can't wear my contact lenses.

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-Rhodri Gomer

-is at the Ice Arena Wales...

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-..where the Wales netball team take

-on the New Zealand Silver Ferns.

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-The netball match is set

-to attract thousands of fans.

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-Rhodri tells us about tonight's

-documentary...

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-..about the cyclist, Owain Doull.

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-Medal Aur Owain Doull

-airs on S4C tonight...

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-..and follows the life of the first

-Welsh speaking athlete...

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-..to have won an Olympic gold medal.

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-Daf Wyn is in the village of

-Mynyddcerrig in Carmarthenshire...

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-..as the village honours

-one of its most famous sons.

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-I'm joined in the studio

-by Hywel Glyn Ifans.

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-Hywel has some advice about

-protecting yourself online.

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-These are the details to win an iPad

-or television in our competition.

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-The Ice Queen

-leaves her mark everywhere.

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-The light is perfect to take

-that great, seasonal photo.

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-Venture out with your camera

-and show us your winter.

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-There's an iPad or television

-for our winner.

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-You have until midday on 24 February

-to take part.

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-Send your photos to Prynhawn Da,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE...

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-..or to prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

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-You can also enter via Facebook

-or Twitter via @PrynhawnDaS4C...

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-..or on Instagram

-via @HenoPrynhawnDa

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Get snapping

-and send us your wintry photographs.

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-We close today's programme

-with Ros Garrat-Moore.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Ros joins us to reveal some

-of her most prized possessions.

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-We've already mentioned that

-you're originally from Trimsaran.

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-I grew up in Trimsaran.

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-My mother lived there all her life.

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-My father was from Pontnewydd.

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-I spent my childhood there.

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-I live in Carmarthen now.

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-I also spend time in Llansawel.

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-One of your items

-is a piano pencil pot.

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-This is a very small piano!

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-It says "Play Me" on it!

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-This pencil pot took pride

-and place on my mother's piano.

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-As a child, I would hear my mother

-giving lessons after school.

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-I would sit with the pupils.

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-She would hold pencils in this pot.

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-I come from a musical family.

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-It comes from my mother's family.

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-Many of my relatives

-played instruments.

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-I've performed for most of my life.

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-I have performed in Wales

-and further afield.

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-Many people from England

-enjoy Welsh music.

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-This pamphlet

-is from a musical show.

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-The show travelled to

-Portmeirion Hercules Hall.

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-I've worked for over 20 years

-with the pianist, Wynford James.

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-We performed here several times.

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-We also performed at many hotels

-in North Wales.

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-We also popped into this studio

-to perform.

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-Wynford was my accompanist.

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-It could be that piano!

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-I've also acted in several films.

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-I learnt Italian.

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-I also won a part

-in an Italian film.

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-I've got a great interest

-in Italy and it's language.

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-I've got a picture

-of Sunny Cove in Tenby.

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-I used to sing at Cardiff Castle.

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-I also composed songs.

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-I would walk around Penarth

-and Lavernock...

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-..and write songs.

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-I left Cardiff

-and wanted to live by the sea.

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-Fortunately, I bought a place and

-lived in this area for a few years.

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-I lived there for eight years.

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-I currently rent the flat

-in Tenby for holidaymakers.

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-People get to share my paradise!

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-There's also a hat.

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-This hat belonged to my father.

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-He played rugby.

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-We would make traditional shows.

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-They are all about Wales.

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-We would wear costumes in the shows.

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-They were about rugby

-and the Six Nations!

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-One lucky viewer enjoys some

-pampering from our makeover team.

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-Loriau Mansel Davies a'i Fab

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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Byddwn yn gwahodd gwylwyr i'r stiwdio i drafod tri pheth sy'n golygu'r byd iddynt a byddwn yn trafod etifeddiaeth William Williams Pantycelyn. Carys will give us her tips for the home.