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Bydd Daf Wyn yn darlledu o Faenclochog a byddwn ni ym Methesda yn cael hanes panto cynta'r dref ers 10 mlynedd. Cheese tasting in Cardiff and the first panto in Bethesda for 10 ...


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-Welcome to Heno.

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-Your weekend starts here.

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-Friday is finally here.

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-Can you believe

-it's already the 20 January?

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-It's going full steam ahead,

-as they say!

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-It's strange that you say that

-as Daf Wyn has travelled home...

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-..for a commemorative event

-about the Preseli train service.

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-It's opening night

-of a series of events.

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-It's 100 years since the closing of

-the Preseli railway.

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-We start with a showing

-of a special film tonight.

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-There's plenty of excitement brewing

-at Neuadd Ogwen Hall in Bethesda.

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-The community is performing a panto

-that's completely bonkers!

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-Bali Wali Honco is the panto.

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-Make sure you stay tuned!

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-It's National Cheese Lovers Day.

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-And nobody loves cheese

-more than our Yvonne...

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-..especially when

-the wine is flowing!

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-Cheers and good evening.

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-We are celebrating

-with those who love cheese.

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-We're joined by Paul Pugh

-and his mother, Nesta.

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-They've got a message to share

-about the effects of alcohol...

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-..following Paul's

-horrific experience.

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-And the television producer,

-Dylan Llewelyn is also here.

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-He discusses the programme,

-Hillsborough: Yr Hunllef Hir...

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-..which will broadcast next week.

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-It's a personal story for you.

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-You were at the disaster.

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-You witnessed the events unfold.

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-It makes it harder

-to tell the story.

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-We all have out personal stories

-from that day.

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-First, we step back in time to catch

-the 7 o'clock train to Puncheston...

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-..in North Pembrokeshire.

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-Daf Wyn is waiting for us there...

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-..in an evening that marks

-an important event for the locals.

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-What's going on, Daf?

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-Good evening you both.

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-Welcome to Ysgol Casmael.

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-We are marking 100 years since the

-closing of the Preseli railway.

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-WHISTLE

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-It opened back in 1895 and ran

-from Clynderwen in the east...

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-..via Maenclochog, Rosebush,

-Puncheston, Little Newcastle...

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-..and towards Letterston.

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-It carried passengers,

-goods, livestock...

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-..and slate from Rosebush Quarry.

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-Without the quarries behind us,

-the railway wouldn't have existed.

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-The boom came when Cropper

-and Macaulay developed the railway.

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-They transported the slate

-by building a railway.

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-They went as far as London.

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-They went as far as London.

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-Rosebush slate was placed on

-Westminster Palace roof in London.

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-Apart from the workers in the quarry

-and exporting slate on the train...

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-..tourists enjoyed this park that

-is still under development today.

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-They created two artificial lakes

-ideal for fishing...

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-..and across the Preselis, stables

-were built near the Preseli Hotel...

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-..which is Tafarn Sinc today.

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-The quarry and lake thrived, and as

-you can see it's remained like that.

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-But the Great War

-was in its third year...

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-..and there was an increasing demand

-for men and supplies from all over.

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-In January 1917, tracks were taken

-between Clynderwen and Letterston...

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-..and sent to help

-the campaign in France.

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-People were dismayed by this and

-several petitions were presented.

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-GWR manager, Mr Potter kept the line

-from Clynderwen to Maenclochog open.

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-But he got rid of the train

-between Maenclochog and Letterston.

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-Although the tracks

-are no longer present...

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-..the legacy of the railway at North

-Pembrokeshire remains visible today.

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-This shows appreciation to Edward

-Cropper and his wife, Margaret...

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-..and Joseph Macaulay for developing

-the quarry and the village here...

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-..which saw the arrival of work,

-industry and local enterprise.

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-This is their way of saying thank

-you for placing Rosebush on the map.

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-That was some interesting history.

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-I didn't know anything about that.

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-Why are you noting

-this special date?

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-Last summer

-I went to a local flower festival.

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-I found this poster there.

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-It was the one notifying

-the closure of the railway.

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-I thought it would be nice to do

-something to note the date.

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-We're holding events in each

-of the four communities.

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-Was it difficult to compile it all?

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-It's been a lot of work to bring

-it all together.

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-We've had several meetings!

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-We're showing a special film

-made by the local school.

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-The film brought back

-lots of memories.

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-I was a child when it closed.

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-It was very exciting to hear

-the trains when we were children.

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-Twm has come along to see it.

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-I also had a starring role.

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-I have fond memories of that time.

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-I used to play in the quarry.

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-They are happy memories.

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-Rev Richard Davies is here.

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-What is being held here

-this weekend?

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-We've got an exhibition

-in Maenclochog tomorrow.

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-There's a talk and a walk

-to the tunnel.

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-We have a special service on Sunday.

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-You must be looking forward.

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-We're looking forward

-to all the events.

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-It will be nice to remember

-the line.

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-Heno cameras were here for

-the film's launch 22 years ago.

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-We're joined by Paul Pugh

-and his mother, Nesta.

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-Paul is here to promote a campaign

-that he's taking around schools...

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-..to highlight

-the dangers of alcohol.

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-Before we chat about the campaign,

-you've got a story to tell us.

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-Because ten years ago,

-four men attacked you for no reason.

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-He had no idea who they were.

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-He had been playing football

-and went to the pub with friends.

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-He was always the last to leave

-but on this occasion he left first.

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-The men came out of another pub,

-knocked him to the floor...

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-..and kicked him in the head

-until he lost consciousness.

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-I can see

-that you're emotional about it.

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-Paul was left in a coma.

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-I've had to learn to speak,

-walk and eat all over again.

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-The four were jailed for the attack.

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-Paul didn't recognise any of them

-and they didn't know him.

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-They're back out again.

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-I don't think they understand

-what they did.

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-They've served their time

-but I'm still serving mine.

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-It makes me very sad.

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-We started a new campaign.

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-It's called Paul's Pledge.

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-We go to schools, college,

-universities, youth clubs.

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-What's the response like?

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-We do presentations

-about the consequences.

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-The children

-are so quiet when we talk.

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-Some of them are very moved.

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-The boys and girls are all affected.

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-I hope it means that the message

-is getting through.

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-This is something

-that they will remember.

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-It will stay in their minds.

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-They won't forget meeting you.

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-Let's hope that it prevents

-anyone else being attacked.

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-Parents approach us to say their

-children have talked about...

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-..having met Paul.

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-It happened so easily.

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-It's every parents' nightmare.

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-It's been a tough ten years.

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-When I talk to them, my situation

-is real and they can see it.

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-I'm not a film or a dramatisation.

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-I am real.

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-People have to know

-when to stop drinking.

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-This could happen to them

-or their friends.

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-People are still drinking too much.

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-It continues to happen.

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-PC Sharon Davies

-comes to the talks with us.

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-She's fantastic.

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-She introduces Paul

-and plays the 999 call recording.

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-You have returned to where

-the incident happened.

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-I've been back to the spot

-where the attack happened.

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-It didn't affect me.

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-I didn't have any flashbacks.

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-I've had excellent therapy

-over the years.

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-I could deal with the memories.

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-It was nice to go back

-and feel that.

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-You work closely with the Police.

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-We work closely with the police

-and travel all over Wales.

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-Where are you on Monday?

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-We will be at Brecon College

-on Monday.

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-We'll be with the Police Cadets

-there in the evening.

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-On Tuesday

-we'll be at Crickhowell School.

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-It's Coedcae on Wednesday.

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-It's a busy diary!

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-After the break...

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-..Elin attends the opening

-of the Bethesda pantomime.

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-Bali Wali Honco is totally bonkers,

-and Elin is in her element!

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-And we chat to Dylan Llewelyn.

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-His programme is about

-the Hillsborough Disaster.

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-Dylan was there on the day it

-happened and witnessed everything.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Neuadd Ogwen Hall

-is bursting with excitement...

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-..as a crew of Bethesda people stage

-the town's first panto in ten years.

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-Bali Wali Honco is the name

-and it's totally bonkers.

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-Who better to send to meet the crew

-than our Elin Fflur.

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-CHEERING

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-It's January and panto season.

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-Oh no it isn't!

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-Oh yes it is, including here

-in Bethesda.

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-Llechen Las theatre company are back

-on stage after a ten year break.

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-This weekend, their opening their

-show Bali Wali Honco.

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-Oh no they're not!

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-Oh no they're not!

-

-Yes they are.

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-They're not.

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-They're not.

-

-They are.

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-I was part of the community cast for

-Chwalfa a year ago.

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-We felt we wanted to fill the gap

-in our lives after that...

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-..so we decided to reform the

-Llechen Las group.

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-We wanted to be part of something

-bigger than the play itself.

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-This really is a community coming

-together.

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-Bali Wali Honco was written by the

-group's Gaynor Ellis Williams.

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-The story is entertaining, romantic

-and playful - perfect for a panto.

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-I play Sofia and I'm very shapely.

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-We don't have enough men so I have

-to play the dame character.

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-The show is about a local business

-being broken up by bad men.

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-I am Zippo Zappare and I love being

-in the panto!

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-My business is very successful and

-this panto if so much fun.

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-I am Zippo Bach and I meet the most

-beautiful girl in the world.

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-The Llechen Las group are working

-with the Crawiau youth group.

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-They're taught by a familiar face

-from Rownd a Rownd.

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-We were offered the opportunity to

-be part of the panto.

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-I thought it would be a nice, easy

-way to start off.

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-It's rather run away with itself.

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-We get to be owls and be naughty.

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-You're goodies on one side and

-baddies on the other.

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-We have so much fun and we can play

-games and act as well.

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-Dilys, you look spectacular!

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-Dilys, you look spectacular!

-

-Do you think so?

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-We have to be in character as it is

-panto after all.

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-I don't think I've seen anyone dance

-quite like you.

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-I can jive as well as the next man!

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-Still got it, Dilys?

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-Still got it, Dilys?

-

-Oh yes!

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-It brings some Welsh into

-the community.

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-I've noticed that the parents

-bringing the children along...

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-..are often not Welsh speaking but

-they want the children to learn.

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-We hope people will come along and

-support us.

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-This weekend is the first of many

-productions hopefully.

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-Bali Wali Honco!

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-CHEERING

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-Bali Wali Honco runs tomorrow

-at 2.00pm at Neuadd Ogwen Hall.

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-Good luck with the pantomime.

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-It's time hear about a special

-programme on S4C next week.

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-It's called Hillsborough:

-Yr Hunllef Hir...

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-..and produced by Dylan Llewelyn.

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-Welcome to Heno.

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-Thank you.

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-This programme has a personal story.

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-It is a very personal story.

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-I can't believe it was 28 years ago.

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-It still casts a shadow over me

-and many others.

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-I've learnt a great deal.

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-Here's a snippet from

-Hillsborough: Yr Hunllef Hir.

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-The gate was opened and the crowd

-flooded...

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-..onto the already full terrace.

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-The crush that ensued

-was unbearable.

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-96 men, women and children were

-killed on 15 April 1989...

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-..at the Hillsborough Stadium,

-Sheffield.

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-They were crushed to death

-on the terraces at Leppings Lane.

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-What I saw that day still casts a

-shadow over me.

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-When I'm working on a Saturday and

-hear a goal at Hillsborough...

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-..it takes me straight back.

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-For almost 25 years I've struggled

-to talk about it.

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-I know I'm not the only one.

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-It's a horrific story.

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-You witnessed the event.

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-This documentary

-is different as you were there.

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-It came from my guilt for having

-been there but having survived.

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-I had a ticket for Leppings Lane

-the previous year.

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-It was just chance that my ticket

-was for a different stand that day.

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-I don't know what happened to the

-person who was where I had been.

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-The guilt stays with you forever.

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-It's stayed in your mind.

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-Is this why you made the programme?

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-I wanted to make the programme

-for many years.

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-I've talked about the campaign

-for justice.

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-I've never spoken about my feelings

-about the day and the guilt.

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-It is a bit of a catharsis.

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-I hope it will help me.

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-The other people we spoke to

-had been affected in a similar way.

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-They didn't want to talk about it

-or bother others.

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-I do feel some relief for

-having finally talked about it.

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-I hope it has helped others.

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-What makes this documentary

-different others...

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-..in the English language?

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-It's a programme

-about people's experience of it.

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-No Welsh people were killed but

-there were hundreds of people...

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-..from Wales there on the day.

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-We spoke to Alun Wyn

-who escaped on the day.

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-We see the effect it had on him.

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-We hope that justice

-will bring those...

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-..who lost loved ones some peace.

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-We wait to see if people

-will now be prosecuted.

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-We've spoken to players

-like Ian Rush.

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-John Barnes was also there

-and spoke to us.

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-They were affected too.

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-We spoke to Barry Devon who lost his

-son and Julie who lost her brother.

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-Talking to families who lost

-relations the same age as me...

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-..was very difficult.

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-People were there to play football

-and to watch football.

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-The events will stay in

-our memories forever.

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-Hillsborough: Yr Hunllef Hir

-airs next Tuesday at 9.30pm on S4C.

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-In the next part...

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-..Yvonne is in her seventh heaven

-as she celebrates Cheese Lovers Day.

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-A plateau of cheese tastes great

-washed down with some wine, Yvonne.

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-That's a great idea!

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-How often do you eat cheese?

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-I would eat it every day if I could.

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-You've enjoyed a feast already.

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-We'll enjoy some more

-during the break.

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-The 2016 Tir na n-Og Award winner,

-Griff Rowland is back at school...

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-..to encourage pupils

-to enjoy reading.

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-Join us after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-Today is Cheese Lovers Day.

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-But those of you who love cheese

-don't need an excuse to enjoy it!

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-It doesn't matter

-if you're not a cheese expert.

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-Our own expert definitely knows the

-difference between her gorgonzola...

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-..and her Caerphilly!

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-Isn't it, Yvonne?

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-Yes, I do, Rhodri.

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-How should you eat cheese?

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-Caer-fully! Ho, ho, ho!

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-I'm in the best place tonight

-- Cana Deli in Cardiff.

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-We're celebrating Cheese Lovers Day.

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-I'm joined by the perfect person

-- she sells and produces cheese.

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-Elin Jones, good evening.

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-Why do think cheese

-is so popular these days?

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-Cheese is versatile and enjoyed at

-breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.

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-People appreciate interesting cheese

-and their palates have developed.

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-They don't stick to cheddars

-and plain cheeses.

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-They're happy to sample stilton,

-brie and sheep and goat cheeses.

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-You've been home producing cheese

-on Anglesey this week.

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-We've got the tough task

-of sampling it tonight.

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-I look forward and thank you.

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-My friend enjoys eating cheese.

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-Good evening, Diane.

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-I've heard you like eating cheese

-for breakfast.

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-Yes, but without the wine!

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-My son lives in Brixton

-and in London they enjoy brunch.

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-I had a breakfast there,

-that included cheese.

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-I spoke to Elin and it's on their

-specials, called Brixton Breakfast.

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-It includes halloumi cheese,

-avocado, egg and sourdough.

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-It's delicious and it tastes better

-than the one in Brixton.

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-They should add the name, Diane,

-to the title of it!

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-Only if I had a nicer name!

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-I'll sample it tomorrow morning.

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-Sian is enjoying her cheese

-but what is your favourite?

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-I like all sorts of goat cheese

-from France and Wales.

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-I like hard or soft cheese and

-Siriol Wyn cheese from Anglesey.

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-It's superb!

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-Eurof, what are you eating?

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-I love cheese and am eating

-a brie cheese from Anglesey.

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-I like any French cheeses but

-my favourite is vignotte cheese.

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-We ate it on our first

-wedding anniversary.

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-Vignotte is my favourite but there's

-a feast of lovely cheese like this.

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-Your husband is so good

-and says the right thing, Diane!

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-Martin, how often do you eat cheese?

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-I eat it twice a week

-and enjoy it with some red wine.

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-Continue to eat and enjoy.

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-Llyr likes warm cheese.

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-I've settled in Cardiff but when

-I return home to West Wales...

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-..my mother melts

-camembert with garlic.

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-Why do you enjoy it so much?

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-It's the taste

-and with a bread dip and wine.

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-Dion enjoys holding

-cheese and wine parties.

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-On New Year's Eve we held a party

-with a few college boys.

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-It was fantastic.

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-I hope you invite us the next time.

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-From me, Elin and all our friends,

-we'll continue to enjoy cheese.

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-All we have to say now

-is Happy Cheese Lovers Day!

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-We fancy cheese for supper!

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-The Search For Mister Lloyd won the

-Tir Na Nog English Prize last year.

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-The prize is given to authors

-of children's books in Wales.

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-Today, the author, Griff Rowland...

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-..who is a director on

-Coronation Street and Hollyoaks...

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-..was back in his hometown of Bangor

-for a Authors Tour.

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-Let's find out more.

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-The main aim of the author tours

-organised by the Book Council...

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-..is to promote books for children

-and young people.

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-We hope to boost sales of Welsh and

-English books in Wales.

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-We're been fortunate to take

-Griff Rowland on tour this week.

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-He's been to Cardiff and are now

-ending up at Ysgol Tryfan.

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-This is where he went to school so

-it was strange to see him...

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-..standing behind the desk at a

-school where he was a pupil.

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-I'm sure he feels the same.

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-I had English lessons

-in this room too.

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-It's been a pleasure and an honour.

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-My book is filled with memories of

-the corridors and rooms here.

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-The book is called

-The Search for Mister Lloyd.

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-It's about a boy called

-Mostyn Price who lives in Bangor.

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-He races pigeons

-and goes to Deiniol High.

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-He goes in search of his lost racing

-pigeon and ends up in London.

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-The story is split between Bangor

-and London.

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-I was born in Bangor

-and went to college in London.

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-Bringing an author into a classroom

-creates an energy...

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-..and an enthusiasm for literature.

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-It's often sacrificed because of

-lack of curriculum time.

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-As the winner of the Tir Na N'og

-award, he's the perfect choice.

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-We're glad he was willing

-to take part.

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-Griff was a pupil here

-so it was special that he came in.

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-His stories were fun.

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-I enjoyed listening to him

-talking about his characters.

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-It's made me want to do some

-creative writing.

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-I've never met an author before

-so it was nice to speak to him.

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-It's nice to hear their questions

-and see their enthusiasm.

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-I hope they enjoy the book

-and go on to read more fiction.

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-Monday sees the launch of our

-winter photography competition.

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-After the break, we'll show some of

-last year's entrants to inspire you.

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-We also have

-the weekend weather forecast.

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-But before the break,

-here's your Calendar of events.

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-Join us at The Daffodil Inn for a

-coffee morning from 10am until 12pm.

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-Funds raised go to a first responder

-in Llandysul and Newcastle Emlyn.

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-Vale of Clettwr Hunt will also

-be meeting, so come and support us.

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-Come to the Botanical Gardens

-for our food fair, this weekend.

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-There will be food and drinks

-from local producers...

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-..including from The Apprentice

-winner, Alana Spencer.

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-The gardens from 10.00am

-until 4.30pm and entry costs 3.

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-We can't wait to welcome you.

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-Why not celebrate St Dwynwen's Day

-differently this year?

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-There's a wine tasting evening

-in Caernarfon at Clwb Canol Dre.

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-Entry costs 20 with wine

-and cheese included in the price.

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-Purchase your from Palas Print.

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-All of the proceeds go towards

-the Caernarfon Food Festival 2017.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-What takes place behind the scenes

-at your local archive?

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-How do they collect the historical

-documents involved with the area?

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-Archifdy Caernarfon Archives offers

-people the chance to learn more.

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-Let's take a look at how

-local history is stored safely.

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-There's a warm welcome for everyone

-at Caernarfon Archives.

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-We have taster sessions this weekend

-but we are open three days a week.

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-The sessions are an opportunity to

-look at how we archive...

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-..and protect local history.

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-One of things we offer

-is a preservation service.

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-You can bring your documents,

-Bibles, maps and plans here.

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-We'll check that you are preserving

-them properly.

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-You can bring them along

-to the taster days.

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-We keep documents about the old

-Caernarfon county in this room.

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-We've got family histories

-and local history.

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-The doors are open to everyone this

-weekend and throughout the year.

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-Since filming at the

-Archifdy Caernarfon Archives...

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-..we've heard that all of tomorrow's

-sessions are fully booked.

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-More sessions will be arranged

-for the future...

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-..and we'll bring those

-all-important details to you.

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-The weekend has started and here's

-Yvonne with your weather forecast.

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-January has been dryer than usual

-especially in South East Wales.

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-This weekend,

-we can expect further dry spells.

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-The sun has been shining for

-Cheese Lovers Day but still chilly.

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-It will remain chilly tonight

-and will freeze in some places.

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-About -6 in parts of Powys.

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-There'll be clear skies

-with a light wind.

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-Early tomorrow, expect frost.

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-The weather remains settled

-for any of your plans.

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-High pressures will remain, but

-overcast in the west and south.

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-The best of the sunshine

-is in the north and east.

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-It's great weather for walking

-around Snowdonia.

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-It will be cold so wrap up and

-Sunday remains cold but more cloudy.

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-It will be dry with a few specks

-of rain on higher ground.

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-On Monday morning,

-expect misty conditions...

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-..so be careful

-when travelling to work.

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-Whatever your plans, enjoy

-and back to you in the studio.

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-Thank you, Yvonne.

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-We always enjoy seeing your entries

-in our seasonal photo competitions.

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-On Monday, we'll launch our

-winter photography competition...

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-..with our new judge,

-Sioned Birchall...

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-..from the Sioned and Nia

-photography company.

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-We'll give you all the details

-on Monday night.

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-Here are some highlights from last

-year's competition to inspire you.

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-Over the year, we received

-hundreds of your photographs.

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-And the wind and rain certainly

-didn't hinder you or your cameras.

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-The 2016 winner was Emily Thomas...

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-..with this photograph of the

-Penyfan summit on a winter morning.

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-The sun's rising in the background.

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-Beautiful!

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-Spring had sprung

-with nature at its very best.

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-The winner, Andrew Scourfield had

-an image that epitomizes the season.

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-Andrew captured the shot

-in Rhandirmwyn...

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-..with his daughter, Megan, walking

-on a trunk in a field of bluebells.

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-The Welsh weather

-was quite calm last summer.

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-Cari Davies found some sunshine

-abroad and won the competition...

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-..with a parasol and sunglasses.

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-Perfect!

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-We were holidaying in Spain

-and I decided to take a selfie.

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-I took the photo on my mobile phone.

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-I was shocked to win

-as I've never entered before.

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-I had the honour of judging the

-autumn photography competition.

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-Autumn is ideal for taking photos

-with the lighting and colours.

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-The winner was Ruth Clement

-with her snapshot near a lake.

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-The colours and reflection

-topped it all off.

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-Winning meant a lot to me because

-I haven't photographed for a while.

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-I had a camera for Christmas

-and it's become more of a hobby.

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-It certainly means a lot to me.

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-Dylan Llewelyn

-has been our studio guest tonight.

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-Hillsborough: Yr Hunllef Hir

-airs next Tuesday at 9.30pm on S4C.

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-What can we expect from

-the programme?

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-It's a simple documentary

-about people's stories.

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-Their grief, their loss

-and their fight for justice.

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-It's been a painful programme

-to make...

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-..but it has also been therapeutic.

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-We've all suffered,

-victims and survivors alike.

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-On Monday's Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm...

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-..Gareth prepares a romantic meal

-for St Dwynwen's Day...

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-..and we also hear about the

-important work of Women's Aid Wales.

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-We return on Monday at 7.00pm.

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-We hear from Cerys Matthews, Yws

-Gwynedd, Ffion Dafis and Sion Eifion

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-We launch our winter

-photography competition.

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-There's a chance to win a hamper

-to celebrate St Dwynwen's Day.

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-We also enjoy a song and chat

-from the singer, Heulen Cynfal.

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-Until Monday, enjoy the weekend.

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-Thanks for your company, goodnight.

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Bydd Daf Wyn yn darlledu o Faenclochog a byddwn ni ym Methesda yn cael hanes panto cynta'r dref ers 10 mlynedd. Cheese tasting in Cardiff and the first panto in Bethesda for 10 years!