Andrew Tamplin fydd yn bwrw golwg dros bapurau'r Sul a bydd Catrin yn y gegin yn coginio pei porc ac afal. Andrew Tamlplin looks back at the papers and Catrin cooks pork and app...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-live from Llanelli.
-It's a happy Monday considering
-what happened on Friday night.
-Wales beat Ireland!
-The Welsh beat the Irish.
-It was a great night and we'll hear
-more about it in a moment.
-Andrew Tamplin is here to review the
-stories in the weekend newspapers.
-We'll chat about rugby
-and a host of other things.
-This is what else we've got for you.
-Catrin dishes up an apple and pork
-pie and delicious Viennese swirls.
-Emma offers beauty advice and
-has the latest trends of the season.
-Gerallt's socializing in Rhoshirwaun
-and hears of a new project.
-Betsan O' Connor and Enfys Hatcher
-encourage people to become teachers.
-There's all this and a lot more
-during the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-Andrew Tamplin is here to review
-the weekend and today's newspapers.
-Today, Nicola Sturgeon
-has asked for the right...
-..to hold another Referendum
-for Scottish Independence.
-It's great timing, Andrew.
-Yes, that's right.
-The vote for Scottish Independence
-will be held...
-..between autumn 2018
-and spring 2019.
-The Referendum will be held after
-the terms of Brexit are known.
-It's interesting timing.
-Parliament will cast its vote
-on the Lords amendment tonight.
-We'll move onto Brexit in a moment.
-Scotland has already had a vote.
-Can they have another one?
-It's going to be interesting...
-..to see how Theresa May
-will respond to this.
-It was a close vote last time.
-It's going to be interesting to
-see what is going to happen.
-Scotland also know that will be
-I wonder if leaving Europe...
-..is going to be a key policy
-in this Referendum.
-Last Ditch Bid was the headline
-for her last attempt.
-It's Nicola Sturgeon's last bid
-She doesn't want Brexit.
-This could influence Brexit.
-Brexit is the word that is found
-across all the newspapers today.
-All the newspapers
-are full of details...
-..and it's quite confusing.
-Today, the House of Commons will be
-discussing and casting votes...
-..on the latest in the Brexit Bill.
-Votes will be cast at 6.00pm...
-..before it returns to be discussed
-at the House of Lords.
-If everything goes as expected...
-..Theresa May will have the power
-to launch Article 50...
-..as early as tomorrow.
-You could watch the vote if you
-haven't got anything better to do!
-It's thought that the House of Lords
-will support Theresa May.
-It could be very interesting.
-A lot of people are uncomfortable
-with the whole Brexit vote.
-We have to chat about the
-Welsh success on Friday night.
-A lot of the papers spoke about
-the Welsh victory.
-People are finally smiling.
-It makes you feel good.
-It's one thing to say that
-it's all about the taking part...
-..but it's wonderful to win!
-It makes you feel good.
-Nothing beats it when the team wins.
-This is a long-term issue.
-Where does the future lie
-for the team?
-Wales has only given three new caps
-in the last few years...
-..so there are questions over
-the future of the Welsh team...
-..in terms of the World Cup.
-Wales has won one game.
-The team hasn't had a good season
-Let's turn our attention to schools.
-The Daily Mail had a story...
-..about the latest subject
-to be taught in schools.
-Children will now be taught
-the art of mindfulness.
-British children are amongst
-the most unhappy in the world.
-Yes, that's quite horrifying.
-The article shows that schools
-are looking at ways...
-..to make the children happier.
-is a Buddhist practice...
-try to live in the moment...
-..and it's meant to help deal
-with anxiety and stress.
-The mindfulness lessons will cover
-bullying and online bullying.
-There's also an interesting story
-about online bidding.
-Money never seems to stay
-in my wallet for long enough...
-..before I spend it!
-A man in Salford has sold a new 5
-note on eBay for 60,100.
-He managed to secure this amount
-because of the serial number.
-Check your wallets!
-Catrin is in the kitchen and her
-first dish of the day is a pie.
-Yes, I'm making
-an apple, cider and pork pie.
-It's quite simple.
-You can serve it this week.
-It should keep people happy.
-I think everyone likes pies.
-It's still quite cold...
-..so it's ideal weather for the pie!
-Let's make the most of the weather.
-The filling contains
-some finely chopped onions.
-I've putting these in a saucepan.
-We've also got some celery.
-Celery is a great basis
-for these recipes...
-..and it has a lot of flavour.
-It adds a lot of flavour.
-You're meant to burn
-..when you eat celery...
-..as opposed to what's
-in the celery.
-Not when there's a cheese filling!
-There are also some large apples.
-You can use cooking apples
-..or eating apples.
-Cooking apples are quite bitter.
-You don't want this recipe
-to be too sweet.
-This is left to soften.
-Let's turn to the pork.
-This recipe is for two people.
-I've got about 500g of pork.
-I've removed a lot
-of the excess fat.
-You don't have to do this...
-..but the fat does contain
-a lot of flavour.
-You want to fry the meat.
-Brown the meat in the pan.
-Next, apple and pork
-is great with sage.
-I've got some fresh sage.
-Dried sage has a stronger flavour...
-..so you would only need
-about half a teaspoon.
-Dried herbs tend to have
-a stronger flavour...
-..than the fresh herbs.
-There's also a bay leaf.
-This also adds more flavour.
-Make sure you season the meat
-with salt and pepper.
-You want to seal the meat...
-..and it will also
-add colour to the sauce.
-We don't have time for this now.
-Let's move to the next stage.
-Add three tablespoons of flour...
-..as this will help
-to give a thick sauce.
-Don't add all the flour at once...
-..or you will get a lot of lumps.
-This is left to cook
-for about an hour.
-Add 440ml of cider.
-There's also some chicken stock.
-You need about 250ml of stock.
-Bring this to the boil...
-..and then allow it
-to simmer for about an hour.
-You want the meat to be nice
-Let's turn to the pastry.
-You need 500g of plain flour...
-..and 250g of butter.
-I'm making individual pies.
-You can make a larger one...
-..but it will take longer to cook.
-The smaller ones
-cook in a quicker time.
-Add a touch of water
-to bind the flour.
-Roll out some pastry.
-I'm doing this very quickly.
-Spoon the filling into a bowl...
-..and add the pastry top.
-Let me show you one I made earlier.
-Catrin returns later
-with a delicious dessert.
-After the break...
-..Emma shares her beauty advice and
-looks at the new season's colours.
-Gerallt's also at Rhoshirwaun Hall
-with the Bro Madryn Churches group.
-We hear more about it shortly.
-Next, we've got some beauty advice.
-Emma casts her eye
-over the latest spring hues.
-Congratulations to you, Emma.
-You've had a new role.
-I'm the new brand ambassador
-for Look Fantastic.
-I was chosen from 1,000.
-They were excited to have me
-on the team.
-We're going to be seeing your face
-online and billboards everywhere.
-They heard about my work
-on Prynhawn Da.
-I've been looking through
-new products for you today.
-Bloggers are the ones that
-are setting trends these days.
-We begin with L'Oreal.
-I love L'Oreal products.
-We all liked these
-types of products.
-We tend to have different skin types
-on different areas of the face.
-These have been made by L'Oreal...
-..for the different areas.
-There's one for a glow,
-one to add colour to your face...
-..and another to rid of spots.
-It's 5.99 from L'Oreal.
-The next product by L'Oreal
-is True Match.
-I've been wearing recently.
-It feels great on the skin.
-This is great for those with
-dry skin or combination skin.
-It looks natural...
-..and comes in different colours
-to suit everyone.
-Next, we have Maybelline.
-This is a palette.
-If you have a spot on the skin...
-..the green colour will cover it.
-A lot of brands are seeing that
-people want to be make-up artists.
-You'll find this product
-in many different forms...
-..by different brands.
-Our next brand is Huda Beauty.
-I waited months for this palette.
-Glitter has been a massive trend
-However, this will take you ahead
-to the spring and summer.
-These colours are very strong
-when you see them.
-They are of a great standard...
-..and you won't have to use a lot.
-It's 56 from Huda Beauty.
-You pay for the quality.
-Collection is a recognizable brand.
-A lot of companies put a variety
-of products together...
-..to make your face look great.
-Collection have also done it.
-For those on a budget,
-this is great.
-It contains a variety of products.
-This is great for those
-Next, we have Revlon.
-Brow layering is very popular.
-You get a gel and pencil in this.
-Our final item is by Maybelline.
-Everyone wants the salon nail look.
-This is a metallic gel product.
-Thank you, Emma.
-We always welcome invitations
-to your community events.
-Gerallt visited Rhoshirwaun Hall
-on the Lleyn Peninsula...
-by Bro Madryn Churches group.
-An event was held to appoint Helen
-Franklin as the area evangelist.
-Rhoshirwaun had a night to celebrate
-and congratulate Helen Franklin...
-..as she started a new chapter
-in her career as an area evangelist.
-After much preparation,
-the celebrations began.
-Reverend Richard Wood is one
-of the organizers of the night.
-Everyone has arrived
-and is enjoying the food.
-What's the aim of the night and what
-are your hopes for the evening?
-It's a night full of entertainment
-The climax is when we see Helen get
-her licence and start her new role.
-According to these documents,
-I give you permission...
-..a licence and authority
-to perform the role of a lay reader.
-Congratulations but what does this
-new role and position mean to you?
-It's a new role and I want
-to help people in the churches...
-..so that they can talk to family
-and friends about Jesus Christ.
-Rhoshirwaun Hall is full of friends
-who are enjoying a hog roast.
-Yes, there's also a quiz,
-folk dancing and music.
-How important is the appointment
-of Helen to the area?
-to have a specific person...
-..who has been called
-to do this work.
-She has a lot of experience
-so is perfect for the role.
-We wish you every blessing as you
-start your role as an evangelist.
-How important are these evenings
-for your diocese?
-This is our first evening of this
-kind so we're looking to the future.
-Everyone is having a good time and
-looking forward to working together.
-This new method of working
-is something that we welcome.
-You're using the village hall for
-this event as opposed to the church.
-Is it important for you to be
-at the heart of the community?
-Yes, and everyone
-is very happy to be here.
-This is the church in the community
-as opposed to being a building.
-Congratulations to Helen.
-After the break,
-Betsan O'Connor and Enfys Hatcher...
-..discuss a recruitment drive
-in the education field.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Next, we welcome Betsan O'Connor
-and Enfys Hatcher to the studio.
-They discuss a new campaign
-at tomorrow's ERW conference...
-the next generation of teachers...
-the image of the profession.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-Tell us more about ERW.
-Betsan is the Managing Director
-ERW is Education
-Through Regional Working.
-ERW is a regional
-school improvement consortium.
-The campaign aims to recruit
-and retain teachers in Wales.
-The campaign is launched tomorrow
-with a Discover Teaching conference.
-We want to establish a positive
-perception of teaching as a career.
-It's to improve the working life
-of current and future teachers.
-We'll use positive role models.
-Short videos and other bitesize
-multimedia have been prepared.
-There'll be attractive ways
-about routes to teacher training.
-Let's see a clip
-from your recruitment video.
-You arrive at school and you're
-welcomed with smiling faces.
-They say, "Good morning, miss!"
-The main advantage of teaching...
-..is sharing your enthusiasm
-with the next generation.
-You work with children who are
-at their most innocent and unique.
-I have a child at home but also
-have 30 children in my classroom...
-..and we have a close relationship.
-That was a preview of the video.
-You appear in the video, Enfys.
-This is my sixth year as a teacher.
-What attracted you to the field?
-I didn't know what to do.
-I'm a very social person.
-Education was a natural step for me.
-I did a teaching training course
-I'm a teacher at
-Ysgol Henry Richard now.
-Was the job what you expected?
-It was a massive shock to step into
-the job after university.
-No two days are the same.
-I teach a number of different years.
-There's plenty of variation.
-Why do you need a campaign
-like this to attract people?
-Wales has been slow
-of attracting teachers.
-We want to provide information
-to graduates and older people.
-We want to attract all
-sorts of people.
-Many people can start teaching
-having been in a different job.
-We are appealing to people
-from different fields.
-A lot of people
-also leave the field.
-We want to retain our good teachers.
-We want them to be happy
-in their jobs.
-The video talks of strategies
-to keep our teachers happy.
-We also discuss deputies and
-progression in the career.
-The profession has many avenues
-I've worked my way up to the head
-There are so many different avenues
-you can take in education.
-You have developed so quickly.
-You've developed into the head of
-department within five years.
-I'm luck to have the opportunities
-given to me.
-Morale can also be low.
-Morale can be low in all jobs.
-Morale can be low in all jobs.
-You get tough and easy days.
-There is a way through it.
-Ysgol Henry Richard
-has a positive body of staff.
-My mouth is already watering.
-After the break, we'll sample
-Catrin's Viennese swirls.
-First, a quiz from our antiques
-Can you guess what this is?
-It's rare from the 1850s, is made
-of brass and has a wall bracket.
-Join us after the break
-when I'll reveal what this is!
-Have you guessed what this is?
-No, it isn't a genie's lamp...
-..but a lamp from the Netherlands
-and dates from 1850.
-It held whale oil in the pot.
-The wick was lit
-and it would hang on a wall.
-It's very rare and worth about 200.
-Thanks to Viv
-for showing us that lamp.
-I didn't know what it was.
-made an apple and pork pie.
-I didn't eat this.
-Someone else dived in.
-I've had a sheltered upbringing.
-I've never had these biscuits.
-These are my favourite.
-Viennese swirls are on the menu now.
-I'm going to use a food mixer
-You need 250g of soft
-There's also 250g of plain flour.
-This is quite rich.
-I've also got 25g of icing sugar.
-This is better than sugar...
-..because you don't want
-the sugar to crystallize.
-There's also 25g of cornflour.
-This will give them
-a great texture.
-It's as simple as that.
-Mix it all.
-These are going to be piped.
-You want a star-shaped nozzle...
-..and a piping bag.
-It's a large nozzle.
-Let's turn this off...
-..so that we can hear each other!
-That's all it takes.
-This should make about 18 biscuits.
-You will need two biscuits...
-..as they will form a sandwich.
-You want them to be the same size.
-I've drawn a circle on the
-..to give me a template
-for the biscuits...
-..so that they are the same size.
-Let's pipe these out.
-Start from the outside.
-We need to go from the outside...
-..and work into to the middle.
-These will spread out...
-..so don't pipe them
-too close together.
-These are baked
-for about 15 minutes.
-They should be allowed to cool...
-..before you form the sandwiches.
-These taste better
-on the day they are made.
-They will be nice and soft.
-Don't make too many...
-..so that you can eat them all
-on the day that you made them!
-There's also some butter icing...
-..which is going
-to provide the filling.
-Spread this on the biscuit...
-..and add some strawberry jam.
-Add the lid.
-Sprinkle icing sugar on top of it.
-That pie was delicious.
-I loved it.
-I was the one who scoffed the pie!
-What delights have you got for us
-on Heno tonight?
-Join Llinos and me for
-tonight's hour-long Heno at 7.00pm.
-We look back at the match...
-..with former rugby international,
-joins us in the studio...
-..to chat about this year's
-Richard Burton Memorial Prize.
-The prize is given to a performer
-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.
-We celebrate British Science Week...
-..with some of
-the talented scientists of Wales.
-Many of you will have seen
-Can i Gymru over the weekend.
-Tonight, Elin chats with the winner
-of this year's Can i Gymru.
-We get to hear the winning song
-in this year's Can i Gymru.
-The winning song was Rhydd
-by Cadi Gwyn Edwards.
-I don't know how to eat these.
-I'm sure I'll make a mess.
-Oh, that's nice.
-I think I'm wearing it.
-That's it from us today
-but we'll return tomorrow.
-We've got handy tips for home decor,
-buying a property and making a will.
-Dr Elin Jones also launches
-a series on women in history.
-There's another chance to see Ward
-Plant after the news and weather.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Andrew Tamplin fydd yn bwrw golwg dros bapurau'r Sul a bydd Catrin yn y gegin yn coginio pei porc ac afal. Andrew Tamlplin looks back at the papers and Catrin cooks pork and apple pie.