Mon, 16 Jan 2017 Heno


Mon, 16 Jan 2017

Rhaglen gylchgrawn nosweithiol gyda straeon o bob cwr o Gymru. Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli

-for your Monday edition of Heno...

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-..on the night that an iconic club

-in Liverpool is 60!

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-Many of us, just like Doreen Jones

-from Aberaeron...

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-..have fond memories

-of the club on Mathew Street.

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-Liverpool and The Cavern Club

-was the place to be on a Saturday...

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-..to see this unknown group

-called The Beatles.

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-If you're like Doreen and have fond

-memories of The Cavern Club...

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-..contact us via Twitter

-or by emailing [email protected]

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-We look forward to hearing

-your memories over the coming hour.

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-It's Monday so Gerallt Pennant

-went back to school today.

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-Yes, I'm back to school but

-this is a special forest school.

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-There's singing, lessons, food

-and a whole lot more and I love it!

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-Thank you, Gerallt.

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-Rhodri Gomer also meets Hefin Evans

-from Llannon...

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-..who has signed his first contract

-in professional cycling.

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-Jyoti Upadhyay has travelled

-5,000 miles from Kathmandu...

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-..and we look forward to welcoming

-her to the Heno sofa.

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-We're also joined by the

-Encore stage school from Ammanford.

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-They'll perform a song

-that is very close to their hearts.

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-# "I'll send an angel

-to watch over you tonight

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-# "I'll send an angel

-to comfort you"

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-# The sound of your voice

-is enough to shatter all my doubts

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-# "I will send an angel to you" #

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-How do you have an hour or two of

-fun whilst getting close to nature?

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-You need some children, mud and warm

-clothes and you get a forest school.

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-Gerallt enjoyed all that

-this morning at Penrhyn Castle...

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-..when he joined

-the Wild Elements team.

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-Everyone is having fun in

-this scheme called Wild Elements...

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-..and the children are getting

-experiences in the bucket load.

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-Yes, and we want to get more

-children into the outdoors...

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-..to have an array of experiences.

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-They can climb trees, search

-for caterpillars in the forest...

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-..and cook on the open fire.

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-Being outside helps

-to heighten their senses...

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-..as they feel the leaves beneath

-their feet and play in the mud.

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-What is your story

-with this forest school?

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-I'm originally from Swansea.

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-I'd go to the Nature Kindergarten

-in Swansea before moving here.

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-After moving to North Wales, I've

-started a Nature Kindergarten here.

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-The children and parents

-also cook...

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-..but I doubt anyone would eat

-anything from your Mud Kitchen!

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-No, but Nora gets to come outside

-for two hours.

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-It's great because she can

-make a mess with the mud.

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-This isn't Nora's first visit.

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-This isn't Nora's first visit.

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-No, we came last term.

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-Is that nice?

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-This is our second term

-and it's great.

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-You both enjoy it.

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-Yes, it's lovely

-to spend time together...

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-..away from the television

-and in the outdoors.

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-Well done!

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-It's almost time for you and Archie

-to go home, Selina.

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-I suspect you've both had fun.

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-I suspect you've both had fun.

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-Yes, we've had a lot of fun.

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-He loves making a mess in the mud.

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-What about the other parents

-and children?

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-What will you remember about today?

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-It's great to put on the wellies

-and get outdoors for a change.

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-The children love it but the parents

-are having a great time too.

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-Yes, everyone benefits from it.

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-People don't realize that this helps

-the adults to relax.

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-A bit of mud

-also helps the immune system.

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-There's many things you can get in

-the same place at the same time...

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-..without having to work

-too hard for it.

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-Our aim at Wild Elements

-is to get more children outdoors...

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-..to enjoy nature and learn about it

-in an informal environment.

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-It's hoped that they will protect

-the Welsh wildlife in the future.

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-The Encore stage school is one of

-the best of its kind in Wales...

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-..for nurturing the future talents

-in the world of music and dance.

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-In November, news broke about the

-death of one of their teachers.

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-Rebecca Evans, who taught dance...

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-..was tragically killed

-in a car accident on the M4.

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-Rebecca was pregnant and her baby

-was also killed in the accident.

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-Her husband and four-year-old son

-was also in the car...

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-..and they were saved

-thanks to the Wales Air Ambulance.

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-It's a tragic tale but the school

-wants to celebrate Rebecca's life...

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-..and raise awareness

-about the important charity.

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-We're joined by Elin Wyn Murphy...

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-..and some of the talented children

-from the school.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Before we chat about your recording

-of the song, Anfonaf Angel...

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-..tell us a little bit about Encore.

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-Encore was established

-three years ago.

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-I called Becca.

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-She was my sister's best friend.

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-I knew she couldn't refuse.

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-We started three years ago.

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-The girls have had a lot of fun over

-the years.

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-I've been helping Elin and Becca

-since the start.

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-I did a lot of work backstage.

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-We did the show Peter Pan.

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-I played Wendy in Peter Pan.

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-How old are you?

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-I'm nine years old.

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-The school has children of all ages.

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-Some of them are younger than me.

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-We have children aged

-from four to 18.

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-We'll be back in school tomorrow.

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-Rebecca was an important part

-of the team.

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-We were there at the start.

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-She was the backbone of the school.

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-She was really important.

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-A lot of the children came out

-of their shells...

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-..thanks to Becca.

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-You've recorded Anfonaf Angel.

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-I sang the song at Becca's funeral.

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-I wanted to record it

-for the family...

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-..with the children of Encore.

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-We chose to release the song...

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-..to raise money for the

-Wales Air Ambulance.

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-It's 1,500 per visit...

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-..for each helicopter

-to go to a crash site.

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-Our viewers can contribute.

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-You can donate to Encore

-via our Just Giving page.

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-Text ESSA99 to 70070 to donate 5

-to our cause.

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-You're doing something wonderful.

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-There's also a concert.

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-We want a concert to celebrate

-Becca's life.

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-We want to show our appreciation

-for her life.

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-We'd like to welcome anyone

-who wants to join us.

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-It's important for us to raise money

-for the Wales Air Ambulance.

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-This charity does

-need a lot of help.

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-It's only funded by the people of

-Wales.

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-We look forward

-to Encore's performance later.

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-After the break,

-Rhodri Gomer travels to Llannon...

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-..to meet Hefin Evans who is making

-his name in the cycling world.

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-Jyoti Upadhyay is also

-making her way to the studio.

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-She'll chat about her life

-in Kathmandu...

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-..and her Fairtrade business

-that supports local residents.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we hear of another promising

-name from the cycling world.

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-Hefin Evans is 19 and has recently

-joined a special cycling team.

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-Rhodri Gomer went to Llannon

-to wish him all the best from Heno.

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-The main aim of the RDP

-or Road Development Programme...

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-..is to offer opportunities

-to the cyclists of the future...

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-..to train and compete

-in a professional environment.

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-Over the next six months...

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-..the team of four that includes

-three Welshmen and an Englishman...

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-..will live, train and race

-in Brittany.

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-They include Hefin Evans

-from Llannon in Carmarthenshire.

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-The team was formed by David Bees.

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-David is an ex-pro for Wales

-and Great Britain.

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-The team is for riders under 23...

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-..who want to concentrate

-on cycling abroad and in France...

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-..with the hope of joining

-a professional team in the future.

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-Yes, we're proud of him because

-it hasn't been easy for Hefin.

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-He isn't from a family of athletes!

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-Our children are talented

-and are willing to work hard.

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-It was difficult to tell him

-to go for it...

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-..but he's done well and

-I have to let him fulfil his dream.

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-I'll be living in Brittany for

-six months from February to August.

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-We hope to develop the team

-and improve our skills.

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-We'll also be taught about healthy

-eating and eating well during races.

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-The importance lies on being

-a professional rider in the future.

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-I didn't consider the practicalities

-of letting him go...

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-..but the director of the team,

-David Bees is very organized.

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-He knows what needs to be done

-and it made our lives much easier.

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-Where does his interest

-in cycling stem from?

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-We'd go cycling a lot

-when the children were young.

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-Hefin didn't enjoy it that much

-and my husband towed him a lot!

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-He watched the Tour de France

-on television in 2010...

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-..and he said it was what

-he wanted to do.

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-I've raced across Britain and

-won a few championships in Wales.

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-My next step is France

-so I'm progressing at the moment.

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-I hope this continues

-into the future.

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-Hefin's journey started

-with the Towy Riders in Carmarthen.

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-It's the same club that nurtured

-Scott Davies and Manon Lloyd.

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-The club is successful because

-the coaches are excellent.

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-The children are inspired and

-want to be big names in the future.

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-What's your long-term goal

-in the cycling world?

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-I'd like to represent Wales

-and Britain in the future...

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-..and take part in the World

-Championships and Tour de France.

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-First, I've got to give 100%

-and keep going.

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-Good luck to Hefin.

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-We'll keep an eye out for him

-in the future.

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-Before Christmas, we saw Daf Wyn and

-Steffan travel to Everest Base Camp.

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-During their journey, they met

-Jyoti Upadhyay from Aberystwyth...

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-..who currently lives and works

-in Kathmandu.

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-We asked Jyoti to stay in touch

-and tell us when she was in Wales...

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-..and we were delighted

-to receive her email.

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-Welcome home, Jyoti

-and welcome to Heno.

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-Thank you.

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-It's wonderful to be here.

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-You have an incredible story.

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-You've lived in various countries.

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-I came home before Christmas.

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-I'll be home for a few weeks.

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-Tell us a bit about yourself.

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-I was born in Neath.

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-Mam and Dad were doctors

-in South Wales.

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-We moved to Aberystwyth

-when I was two years old.

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-I was educated in Aberystwyth...

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-..before moving to London

-for university.

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-Nepal has family connections.

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-My parents were from Nepal

-and India...

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-..and we spent our summer holidays

-in those countries.

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-I didn't think a lot

-about moving to Nepal...

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-..but I lived there for about seven

-or eight years.

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-What's it like in Nepal?

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-How does life in Nepal

-compare to Wales?

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-Nepal is a lovely country.

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-It's very beautiful.

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-Two members from your team came

-to Nepal last year.

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-It's one of the poorest countries

-in the world...

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-..but it's also full of history

-and art.

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-You have worked with celebrities.

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-I've done a lot of different jobs.

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-I got to work in a large hotel...

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-..and that's where the celebrities

-and royalty would stay.

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-I met Demi Moore.

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-She was lovely but she could be

-difficult at times.

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-You've diversified into jewellery.

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-It's very detailed.

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-I've brought a few things

-to show you.

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-I started my own company

-about three years ago.

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-It's all Fairtrade.

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-I design some of the pieces...

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-..and I also look

-after the producers.

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-I get to travel the world too.

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-I started the business

-three years ago.

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-After the earthquake in Nepal...

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-..I wanted to make a difference

-in the country...

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-..and help the people in the

-country.

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-I sell a lot of the produce

-in America and Germany.

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-Do you sell these in Wales?

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-We're not selling in Wales yet!

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-I'd love to find a seller for us.

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-I'm going to America in a fortnight.

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-I'll be back in Nepal in February.

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-Go and make a cuppa

-whilst we take a short break.

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-In a moment, you can see

-Ieuan Jones' amazing Salvi harp.

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-We hear about the new S4C series

-called Loriau Mansel Davies a'i Fab.

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-Those who have seen the adverts

-will be singing that catchy song!

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-# I am a lorry driver

-but not for the likes of Stobart

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-# Mansel is my leader

-under the colours of red and grey

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-# I can be everywhere

-at the same time

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-# Stopping all the traffic

-in the villages of the world

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-# You can rev your engine

-and flash your lights

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-# Moan and wave your arms

-as you do with a passing caravan

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-# I'm the king of the road

-so blow your horn for all to hear

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-# I'm a Mansel Davies lorry

-and there's no passing me #

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-A new series starts

-on Wednesday at 9.30pm on S4C...

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-..called Loriau Mansel Davies

-a'i Fab.

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-I'm sure everyone has been caught

-behind one of these lorries...

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-..but we haven't seen

-behind the scenes until now!

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-Off to London!

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-# I'm Mansel Davies at 30mph #

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-We try to employ local people.

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-We've progressed from

-five lorries to 130.

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-# I am a lorry driver

-but not for the likes of Stobart #

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-There's a problem in Acton.

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-# Mansel is my leader

-under the colours of red and grey #

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-We've got three companies.

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-It's 28,000 litres.

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-I was slightly worried

-because I'm a girl.

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-My batteries run low occasionally.

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-I'm on a diet today.

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-# I'm the king of the road

-so blow your horn for all to hear #

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-It's going well so far.

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-# I'm a Mansel Davies lorry

-and there's no passing me #

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-We're joined

-by Stephen Mansel Davies...

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-..who is one of the sons

-of Mansel Davies...

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-..and the fifth generation

-of the family.

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-Welcome to the programme, Stephen.

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-Thank you.

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-Why did you decide to allow

-the cameras behind the scenes?

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-We weren't sure at the start...

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-..but I'm glad that we

-agreed to it.

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-You don't regret it yet.

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-I've seen the first programme.

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-It's worth watching.

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-It's a six-part series.

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-You've seen the first episode.

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-Yes, and I'm very happy with it.

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-We gave them a free-hand

-with the filming.

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-Emyr, Matthew and Joe

-just got on with it.

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-They were allowed to film anything.

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-Did you refuse to let

-them film anything?

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-We gave them free rein.

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-I left it all in their hands.

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-We wanted people to see our

-day-to-day tasks.

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-Do we get to meet the characters

-of the company?

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-There's a lot of real characters

-in our company.

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-It's a lot of fun.

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-They are professional

-but they have fun.

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-There's 300 people in the business.

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-I like to think that we have a lot

-of fun...

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-..but they are all professional.

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-We have to ask you about the song.

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-I've heard

-the Welsh Whisperer's song...

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-..and people keep telling me

-about it.

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-I know that he lives in North Wales.

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-He's welcome to come and visit us.

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-We can't wait to see the series.

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-Loriau Mansel Davies a'i Fab starts

-on Wednesday at 9.30pm on S4C.

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-It looks like a lot of fun.

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-Next, we venture from

-the world of lorries to harps.

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-Wales is awash with harpists and one

-of has just received a unique harp.

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-You won't find another one like it

-so we sent Daf to London to see it.

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-The harp is the national instrument

-of Wales.

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-Wales has a history of harpists

-dating back to the 11th century.

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-Plucking the strings is

-as popular now as it has ever been.

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-We can boast harpists such as Catrin

-Finch, Claire Jones and Ieuan Jones.

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-Ieuan recently purchased a special

-Christmas present for himself.

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-Yes, a harp

-but this isn't any old harp.

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-It was made for him by the

-world-famous Italian company, Salvi.

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-I've been playing Salvi harps

-for my whole life.

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-Over the last ten years, they have

-wanted to create a better sound.

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-By travelling and playing

-instruments around the world...

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-..I've seen the way in which

-the harps have altered.

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-They are easier to play

-which is great...

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-..so I eventually decided

-to commission my own harp.

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-I saw a harp in their factory

-and I knew it was what I wanted.

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-Why has it taken so long?

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-I've played the harp around the

-world and wanted an unusual one.

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-I wanted one harp to bring my career

-to a close so it had to be special.

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-After a year of designing

-and building...

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-..the unique harp is ready

-and truly stands out.

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-It's blue and has white gold...

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-..as opposed to yellow gold which

-is typical on a traditional harp.

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-There's blue felt and a chrome

-mechanism as opposed to brass.

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-Can I be cheeky and ask..?

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-Can I be cheeky and ask..?

-

-No!

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-It was a lot of money and I could

-have bought two or three harps...

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-..but I can only play one at a time

-and this marks the end of my career.

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-Ieuan had two Salvi harps

-from the 1980s.

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-One is at his home but the other

-has been taken back to Italy.

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-They wanted one harp for the museum

-of special edition harps in Italy.

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-I said that they could have one but

-I wanted a special replacement..

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-..and that's how it came about.

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-The blue harp had its British

-premiere before Christmas...

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-..at the Jewin Welsh Chapel's

-Christmas Concert.

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-It's sound mesmerized

-the London Welsh.

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-In 2016, Ieuan not only

-received this harp...

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-..but was made a fellow

-of the Royal College of Music...

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-..where he continues to lecture.

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-What are your plans for 2017?

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-I'll do a lot of same but will

-work more in Italy which I love.

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-Yes, because you have a harp

-from the country!

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-It will be going back before long

-and I'll teach more pupils too.

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-It looks like an incredible harp!

0:30:570:31:09

-Jyoti Upadhyay spends a lot of time

-in London.

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-Yes, and I love it there.

0:31:180:31:23

-It's very interesting there.

0:31:230:31:26

-Elin Wyn Murphy is one

-of our studio guests this evening.

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-You worked in the London West End.

0:31:300:31:34

-Yes, that's right.

0:31:350:31:42

-Yes, I was in the West End

-before I had four children.

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-I did a few shows.

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-I was in Pirates of Penzance.

0:31:510:32:00

-I was also in the controversial

-Jerry Springer.

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-I was also in Peter Pan.

0:32:120:32:18

-I'm still in contact with people

-at the West End.

0:32:180:32:26

-You performed with Elton John.

0:32:260:32:29

-I did backing vocals for Elton John.

0:32:290:32:33

-I'll never forget it.

0:32:340:32:36

-Do you miss that stage?

0:32:360:32:38

-Yes, I do.

0:32:390:32:43

-I loved the wigs and make-up

-and the costumes.

0:32:440:32:47

-They're all mixing with the celebs!

0:32:480:32:50

-In the final part

-of tonight's programme...

0:32:500:32:53

-..the Encore stage school

-gives an emotional performance...

0:32:540:32:58

-..of Anfonaf Angel

-by Robat Arwyn and Hywel Gwynfryn.

0:32:580:33:02

-We reminisce about Liverpool's

-The Cavern Club that's 60 years old.

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-Do you have any memories

-of the early days of the club?

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-Did you see The Beatles

-or go there for a stag or hen party?

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-Contact us with your memories on

-Twitter or email [email protected]

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-First, let's hear about some events

-taking place across Wales.

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-On Wednesday 18 January

-at Llanfair Ardudwy...

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-..there's Plygain service

-that starts at 7.00pm.

0:33:450:33:50

-It's the sixth time for Llanfair

-to host a Plygain...

0:33:500:33:54

-..and every event is wonderful.

0:33:540:33:57

-On Friday 20 January,

-there's the Ar Wasgar concert...

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-..with our guest, Ifan Gruffydd

-at Bro Fana Hall in Ffarmers.

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-It starts at 7.30pm

-and tickets are 5.

0:34:090:34:12

-Proceeds go to the Carmarthenshire

-Royal Welsh Appeal...

0:34:120:34:16

-..and the Dinefwr Ward

-at Glangwili Hospital.

0:34:170:34:19

-Come and join the fun!

0:34:200:34:22

-On Friday 20 January at 7.30pm in

-Mynydd Seion Chapel in Abergele...

0:34:230:34:28

-..the Emrys ap Iwan Society

-hosts an evening of board games.

0:34:280:34:35

-Come and joins us for some fun

-and a cuppa.

0:34:350:34:39

-# Zepo zepo zepo zeparee #

0:34:390:34:42

-Come and see our new panto

-for the whole family.

0:34:430:34:46

-Bali Wali Honco is

-at Neuadd Ogwen Hall in Bethesda...

0:34:460:34:50

-..on Friday night

-and Saturday afternoon.

0:34:500:34:52

-Buy your tickets from the Neuadd

-Ogwen website or at Siop Ogwen.

0:34:530:34:57

-Bali Wali Honco!

0:34:570:35:01

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

0:35:160:35:18

-All are invited to a service to mark

-the birthday of David Lloyd George.

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-It's held at his graveside

-in Llanystumdwy tomorrow.

0:35:220:35:26

-It's a century since he was made

-Prime Minister during the Great War.

0:35:260:35:32

-The service starts at 10.00am but

-moves to the school if it's raining.

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-It's set to be a special morning in

-Llanystumdwy so go along if you can.

0:35:410:35:47

-One of Liverpool's most famous clubs

-marks 60 years today.

0:35:470:35:52

-The Cavern Club opened in 1957

-and showcased the area's talent...

0:35:520:35:57

-..including Cilla Black

-and The Beatles.

0:35:570:36:03

-They marked the event by unveiling a

-statue of Cilla Black this morning.

0:36:030:36:09

-Earlier in the programme, we asked

-you to contact us with your stories.

0:36:090:36:16

-Thanks to Jan Davies

-from Carmarthen...

0:36:170:36:19

-..for sending us a photograph of

-four sisters enjoying a birthday...

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-..at The Cavern Club in 2015.

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-Gwilym Phillips

-also has fond memories...

0:36:270:36:30

-..of many fun nights

-at The Cavern Club during the 1960s.

0:36:310:36:37

-Let's return to the 1960s and

-the golden age of The Cavern Club...

0:36:370:36:42

-..with Doreen Jones from Aberaeron.

0:36:420:36:45

-When I went to a girls college

-in Wrexham...

0:36:480:36:51

-..I found myself in a hostel

-with girls from Liverpool.

0:36:510:36:57

-I didn't understand them

-and they didn't understand me!

0:36:570:37:02

-However, they were such kind girls

-and we became firm friends.

0:37:020:37:07

-They would take me everywhere.

0:37:070:37:11

-Liverpool and The Cavern Club

-was the place to be on a Saturday...

0:37:110:37:14

-..to see this unknown group

-called The Beatles.

0:37:150:37:22

-The Beatles were neatly dressed

-with a collar and tie.

0:37:230:37:30

-Their hair was neatly cut and styled

-and they looked lovely.

0:37:300:37:35

-That's what attracted us

-but their music was wonderful too.

0:37:360:37:42

-They played all the songs

-that became their big hits.

0:37:430:37:48

-They were first performed

-at The Cavern Club.

0:37:480:37:52

-There was plenty of energy

-in their music...

0:37:520:37:56

-..more so

-than some of today's music.

0:37:570:38:01

-My favourite was Ringo Starr

-on the drums.

0:38:020:38:06

-He was wonderful.

0:38:060:38:10

-When he had time to play a solo,

-it's was certainly worth hearing.

0:38:100:38:17

-I haven't heard anything like it

-even to this day with modern bands.

0:38:170:38:23

-Are you still a number one fan?

0:38:240:38:28

-Are you still a number one fan?

-

-Yes, I'll follow them until the end.

0:38:280:38:31

-Happy birthday to The Cavern Club.

0:38:350:38:38

-Would you like to take part

-in the Heno Supper Club on Monday?

0:38:380:38:43

-If you haven't seen our Supper Club

-before, here's what you can expect.

0:38:440:38:48

-The food is ready

-so take a look at this.

0:38:510:38:54

-I'm joined by 16 women.

0:38:550:38:56

-I'm joined by 16 women.

-

-It's great to get everyone together.

0:38:560:38:58

-Will you be alright

-after another glass?

0:38:580:39:00

-Where do we start?

0:39:000:39:02

-There's canapes...

0:39:020:39:03

-There's canapes...

-

-..garlic, celery, courgettes, feta.

0:39:030:39:05

-Squid will add flavour.

0:39:050:39:07

-Squid will add flavour.

-

-That's a good idea.

0:39:070:39:10

-We've had a few tips.

0:39:100:39:11

-We've had a few tips.

-

-I'll try that on Saturday.

0:39:110:39:13

-It's ready and looks fantastic.

0:39:130:39:15

-It's ready and looks fantastic.

-

-I love it.

0:39:150:39:17

-It's delicious.

0:39:170:39:18

-CHEERING

0:39:180:39:22

-Next Monday, our Supper Club

-prepares for St Dwynwen's Day.

0:39:230:39:32

-If you'd like to welcome one

-of our presenters, our cameras...

0:39:320:39:37

-..and one of Wales' best chefs

-to your home...

0:39:370:39:40

-..contact us on Twitter, call 01554

-880 880 or email [email protected]

0:39:400:39:52

-Elin Wyn Murphy and Jyoti Upadhyay

-have been our studio guests.

0:39:580:40:06

-Where will your travels

-be taking you next, Jyoti?

0:40:060:40:09

-I'm going to a trade fair in America

-in a fortnight.

0:40:090:40:21

-The trade fair is in New York.

0:40:220:40:28

-Your work helps the people of Nepal.

0:40:280:40:40

-All the funds from my business

-goes to the crafts workers.

0:40:440:40:50

-This is the whole point

-of being Fairtrade.

0:40:510:40:56

-We work with 11 craftspeople.

0:40:570:41:01

-I'd like to sell in Wales.

0:41:010:41:05

-Elin is performing tonight

-with the Encore stage school.

0:41:050:41:15

-Since coming on air...

0:41:150:41:27

-..we're only 10 short

-of raising 3,000...

0:41:280:41:34

-..for the Wales Air Ambulance.

0:41:340:41:41

-You must be proud of the children.

0:41:410:41:45

-I'm so proud of the children.

0:41:450:41:47

-They all get on so well.

0:41:470:41:50

-They are all stars

-in their own right.

0:41:510:41:54

-Thanks to everyone

-who has helped us.

0:41:550:41:57

-Thank you.

0:41:570:41:58

-Heno returns tomorrow at 7.00pm.

0:41:590:42:01

-Tara Bethan chats to Mari about

-the series, Darren Drws Nesaf.

0:42:010:42:04

-Rhodri Gomer will be live

-from Pontyclun.

0:42:050:42:07

-We also have a sneak peek at the

-exhibition by artist, Anthony Evans.

0:42:080:42:12

-We close with the Encore stage

-school performing Anfonaf Angel.

0:42:120:42:19

-Enjoy the rest of your evening

-and goodnight.

0:42:190:42:23

-# The hum of the city awakens me

0:42:400:42:49

-# For a second

-I believe you're here

0:42:490:42:56

-# I hear the low hum of your voice

-calling softly

0:42:560:43:05

-# "I'll send an angel

-to watch over you"

0:43:060:43:13

-# "I'll send an angel

-to watch over you tonight

0:43:130:43:21

-# "I'll send an angel

-to comfort you"

0:43:210:43:29

-# The sound of your voice

-is enough to shatter all my doubts

0:43:300:43:40

-# "I will send an angel to you"

0:43:400:43:46

-# Sometimes amidst

-the bustle of life

0:43:580:44:05

-# I feel lonely and depressed

0:44:050:44:12

-# But when I'm on my knees,

-I see through my tears

0:44:120:44:21

-# And I remember the words

-you said to me

0:44:210:44:27

-# "I'll send an angel

-to watch over you tonight

0:44:280:44:37

-# "I'll send an angel

-to comfort you"

0:44:370:44:44

-# The sound of your voice

-is enough to shatter all my doubts

0:44:440:44:53

-# "I will send an angel to you"

0:44:540:45:00

-# You are the angel

-that's always here

0:45:020:45:07

-# Looking after me wherever I am

0:45:070:45:14

-# You are my angel,

-my guardian angel

0:45:140:45:22

-# I remember the words

-you said to me

0:45:230:45:29

-# "I'll send an angel

-to watch over you tonight

0:45:300:45:38

-# "I'll send an angel

-to comfort you"

0:45:380:45:46

-# The sound of your voice

-is enough to shatter all my doubts

0:45:460:45:55

-# "I will send an angel to you

0:45:560:46:02

-# "I'll send an angel

-to watch over you tonight

0:46:020:46:11

-# "I'll send an angel

-to comfort you"

0:46:120:46:19

-# The sound of your voice

-is enough to shatter all my doubts

0:46:190:46:29

-# "I will send an angel to you

0:46:290:46:37

-# "I will send an angel to you" #

0:46:380:46:50

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Rhaglen gylchgrawn nosweithiol gyda straeon o bob cwr o Gymru. Nightly magazine with stories from all over Wales and special guests.


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