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-Hello and welcome
-to your Thursday edition of Heno.
-I've got some interesting guests
-in the studio tonight.
-There's the DJ, Huw Stephens,
-the presenter, Aled Sam...
-..and the journalist, Nia Medi.
-I look forward to chatting
-with all three of you tonight.
-Our cameras have hit the roads again
-and Daf Wyn is in Swansea.
-I'm in a very wet Swansea.
-Do you recognize this car?
-It's the AC Cobra driven
-by the Ifans brothers in Twin Town.
-The iconic film is 20 years old
-and it's being celebrated tonight.
-What have you got for us, Gerallt?
-Stay exactly where you are.
-Theatr Bara Caws is rehearsing their
-farce, Dim Byd Ynni by Emlyn Gomer.
-The company is marking 40 years...
-..and there's going to be a big
-party at the National Eisteddfod.
-Forget yoga, flower arranging
-..because Mari has found
-a new way to relax.
-Making your own pottery
-has become very popular.
-I've come to the Gwili Pottery to
-learn about the appeal of this art.
-Good evening to you.
-Welcome to Singleton Park
-It's a very wet evening.
-The wet weather
-isn't dampening our spirits.
-The iconic film, Twin Town
-was released 20 years ago.
-I'm a little young to remember
-when Twin Town was released.
-Rhodri Davies traces the history
-of the cult classic, Twin Town.
-Yes, Twin Town
-is one of those films.
-Any Welsh person of a certain age...
-..remembers when they saw the film
-for the first time.
-It made a massive impact...
-..and gave a very unusual portrayal
-of Wales and Swansea...
-..but the locations
-and faces are so familiar.
-Excuse me, can you take me?
-OK, thank you.
-# Just listen to the music
-of the traffic in the city
-# Linger on the sidewalk
-where the neon signs are pretty #
-Twin Town was released in 1997
-which is 20 years ago.
-It was the period of Cool Britannia
-This is one of the opening locations
-of the film.
-Two dodgy policemen meet their drug
-dealer in the cafe across the road.
-It reflected a lower strata
-Danny Boyle did the same
-It was a hidden, unfamiliar world
-that truly existed.
-Trainspotting was very dark
-whereas Twin Town played for laughs.
-Welsh films were historic and
-modern films were sedate and twee.
-All of a sudden, this monster
-landed in our cinemas...
-..full of bad language,
-drug taking and wild behaviour.
-It had well-known Pobol y Cwm actors
-misbehaving in the best way.
-It's full of memorable
-and fantastic quotes...
-..but most are filled
-with foul language.
-I can't quote a lot of the lines
-from Twin Town at 7.00pm on Heno!
-# Sing it with
-all the saints in glory #
-This is Bonymaen Rugby Club that
-doubled as Bryn Cartwright's club.
-It's where Fatty had his accident
-and where Williams played rugby.
-The twins also came here
-in their Cobra and ruined the pitch.
-The twins are the least
-interesting characters of the film.
-They are immature brothers
-who live in each other's pockets...
-..and behave like rapscallions.
-The main plot is them seeking
-revenge for their father's accident.
-Their father, Fatty is adorable
-and we all know someone like Fatty.
-Bryn Cartwright is the main baddie
-and we know these types of people.
-The soundtrack featured the Manics,
-Super Furries and Catatonia.
-It all came together and people saw
-something new coming out of Wales.
-has survived because of it.
-This is where
-it all comes to a head.
-A drowning, a burial and a choir can
-only be found at the Mumbles Pier.
-The film concludes here with
-Fatty's funeral and a singing choir.
-The brothers escape to Africa
-after the funeral.
-People think of the Mumbles Pier
-as the site of Fatty's funeral...
-..and Bonymaen Rugby Club as the
-place the twins raced their Cobra.
-Twin Town is a real cult classic.
-A lot of people have visited Swansea
-as a result of this film.
-I'm joined by the director
-of Twin Town, Kevin Allen.
-It's been 20 years
-since the film was released.
-I can't believe it!
-Why is the film so iconic?
-I don't know.
-It's turned into something.
-You can never tell that this
-is going to happen.
-It seems to have grown.
-I'm really chuffed with it.
-What was the inspiration
-behind the film?
-It was loosely based on a
-documentary I made for the BBC.
-There were themes in that...
-..that could be transferred
-into a film.
-There is going to be a follow-up
-to Twin Town.
-The follow-up film is called
-Tin Town and based in Llanelli.
-I know that area well.
-All my family is from Llanelli.
-Llanelli is nearby
-but very different to Swansea.
-It's about time Llanelli
-had some of the action.
-What's happening here tonight?
-It's the showing of Twin Town.
-We've got hot dogs
-and a question and answer session.
-There's a surprise
-at the end of the film.
-It's something to do with the choir.
-Carys Howells Jones
-is a Twin Town superfan.
-My husband and I can recite scenes
-from the film.
-I'm from Llanelli.
-I know the locations from the film.
-We'll have more from Swansea
-later in the programme.
-Thank you, Daf.
-Do you remember Twin Town, Huw?
-I loved Twin Town!
-I was 16 when it was released.
-The soundtrack was great too.
-It's a great idea to show
-that film there.
-it'll be a brill atmosphere.
-How is life, Huw?
-I've had a great time so far.
-There's been Glastonbury.
-I'm also going to the Eisteddfod
-and Festival No 6.
-You share your time
-between Cardiff and London.
-Huw is presenting the Pavilion Gig
-at this year's National Eisteddfod.
-This year's Pavilion Gig
-is a sell out.
-The Pavilion Gig is held on the
-Thursday night of the Eisteddfod.
-The line-up includes Yws Gwynedd,
-Yr Eira, Alys Williams...
-..Mr Phormula, Owain Llwyd
-and Welsh Pops Orchestra.
-It will be recorded for the future.
-All the bands enjoyed it last night.
-I'm the compere of the night.
-It's an easy job.
-I've seen the Instagram stories
-from the Eisteddfod this week.
-It's great to see Ed Holden
-performing with an orchestra.
-There's so much talent
-on Anglesey and from North Wales.
-Ed Holden is from Anglesey.
-Maes B is 20 years old.
-I'm too old for Maes B...
-..so am only there as a DJ!
-I'll be there on Friday night.
-Huw is a DJ on Radio 1
-which is celebrating 50 years.
-It's a great milestone for Radio 1.
-was the first presenter on Radio 1.
-There's a pop-up radio.
-It features a lot
-of the past presenters.
-You are fantastic on the radio.
-I work in the evenings on Radio 1.
-Aled Hayden Jones
-is now your boss at Radio 1.
-Yes, Aled is my boss now!
-Aled is also doing a lot on S4C.
-I haven't seen him
-since his appointment.
-Radio Cymru is 40 years old too.
-Yes, I still work on Radio Cymru.
-Alun Tan Lan has done a session
-for my programme at 8.00pm.
-I played Swnami on Radio Cymru
-and Radio 1.
-Thank you, Huw.
-After the break, I'll be welcoming
-Aled Sam to the studio.
-There's also a preview of the latest
-production by Theatr Bara Caws.
-Daf also has more for us
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Gerallt has been enjoying himself
-with the actors of Theatr Bara Caws.
-The team is preparing
-for a busy week of performances...
-..at the Eisteddfod.
-Gerallt has had a sneak preview
-of their farce called Dim Byd Ynni.
-Betsan Llwyd and the cast of Dim Byd
-Ynni are counting down the days...
-..until that first performance
-at Theatr Fach y Maes on Sunday.
-This year's Eisteddfod mark
-a milestone for Theatr Bara Caws.
-It's an important year for Theatr
-Bara Caws as we mark 40 years.
-We're celebrating in many ways and
-Gwasg Carreg Gwalch has a book...
-..about the 40 years of Bara Caws
-and will be sold at the Eisteddfod.
-Dim Byd Ynni, a new farce by Emlyn
-Gomer is our celebratory production.
-doing in the cupboard?
-It's a good place for storage.
-Geriach is our butler.
-He's probably looking for something.
-He's probably looking for something.
-With a bread knife in his back.
-I play Candi Mel, Miss Llwyd,
-Dyddgu Ddu and Prompt.
-There's a lot
-of panicking backstage...
-..quick costume changes
-and remembering the correct cues.
-I haven't done this before but
-there's a lot of freedom in a farce.
-You can do things such as jumping
-around on chairs so I'm enjoying it.
-After you, Carnbern.
-Thank you, I won't forget this.
-Stay exactly where you are.
-It's all set in the study of Sir
-Felix ap Llywarch in Dolbythwyrdd.
-A lot of things happen in the drama.
-There's a murder, theft, blackmail
-and all sorts of things.
-If you want to know
-the identity of the murderer...
-I think I'm going to make a cuppa.
-Would you like a cuppa?
-Would you like a cuppa?
-No, thank you.
-That's a shame!
-That's a shame!
-Happy 40th birthday
-to Theatr Bara Caws, Betsan.
-You've chosen to do a farce
-which will make us think and laugh.
-A farce is an interesting
-genre of theatre.
-Dim Byd Ynni by Emlyn Gomer has all
-the traditional farcical elements.
-Doors open and close and people
-get caught together and so on.
-The farce is based on a new
-and corrupt energy company.
-It's also about the power
-of these large energy providers...
-..that is very relevant to Anglesey.
-A farce is entertaining
-so after a tiring day on the Maes...
-..join us at 7.30pm at Theatr Fach
-y Maes from Sunday to Wednesday.
-What's the point
-in keeping a dog...
-..and maintaining two fires
-in an old house?
-I don't know.
-I don't know.
-So that's that.
-After Gwasg Carreg Gwalch launches
-the book at the Eisteddfod...
-..there's a party that's open to all
-who's been involved with Bara Caws.
-It's for actors, technicians,
-audience members and supporters.
-Join us at the launch at Theatr
-Fach y Maes at 2.00pm on Friday...
-..or celebrate at Caffi'r Theatrau
-from 3.00pm onwards.
-Good luck to everyone
-at Theatr Bara Caws.
-Visit the Theatr Bara Caws website
-for full details.
-All are welcome at their birthday
-party at 2.00pm on Friday...
-..in the Theatr Fach y Maes.
-It's time for a chat with Aled Sam.
-Welcome to the programme.
-You're going to the Eisteddfod,
-I'll be at the Eisteddfod
-I'll be launching my new book.
-I want to start with your column.
-Aled pens a weekly column about
-life and people in Golwg magazine.
-You're on the back page.
-It's a bit like the
-"And finally.." that you get...
-..at the end of the News At Ten.
-What do you write about?
-I don't focus on anything specific.
-Do ideas come to you easily?
-Things come to me sometimes...
-..and I get four of five ideas
-in a week or so.
-There are other times
-when I get writer's block.
-I enjoy it.
-It's a weekly challenge.
-People enjoy it...
-..because it means
-I got to produce the book.
-The new book is an accumulation
-of your columns from Golwg magazine.
-Aled's new book is Ac Yn Olaf:
-Myfyrdodau Canol Oed.
-It's odd to see the book.
-"Aled Sam is one of our
-That's what it says on the back.
-I didn't write that!
-I don't know who wrote that.
-The columns have been edited
-for the book.
-There's enough columns
-to make another book.
-There are a lot of photographs.
-We can see you on Barry.
-We can see you in Barry.
-I was on a Sunday School trip.
-There's a photograph of my caravan.
-I'd forgotten the keys
-for the caravan.
-That was a low point!
-We can see myself relaxing at home.
-That was a weak point.
-I like the next one of the car.
-That's my Merc!
-It's done 240,000 miles.
-My wife hates it.
-Good luck with the book launch.
-You've appeared in the series,
-Gerddi Cymru on S4C in recent years.
-A new series called Pobl a'u Gerddi
-will be starting on S4C soon.
-The new series
-is about private gardens.
-It's similar to 04Wal
-from many years ago...
-..but is based on gardens.
-It should air in October.
-Thank you, Aled.
-Tune in to S4C tonight at 9.30pm
-for Josh Griffiths: Mr Marathon.
-The Gorslas runner will compete
-in Sunday's World Championships.
-He's a success story and here is
-a clip from tonight's programme.
-The London Marathon on 23 April
-saw a 23-year-old Welshman...
-..cause the biggest shock
-in the history of the race.
-I never thought he'd do something
-like that in a million years.
-He must be an international to do
-that time and he wasn't breathless.
-He's done something that thousands
-of athletes are envious about.
-Don't forget to tune in at 9.30pm.
-Aled enjoys going for a run.
-I don't run like Josh.
-I've seen Josh take part in
-the Park Run at Llyn Llech Owain.
-He's done amazingly well.
-He deserves his success.
-After the break...
-..Emma offers advice on suitable
-make-up for teens to wear at school.
-Join me in Singleton Park.
-It's the 20th anniversary
-of the film Twin Town.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Welcome to Singleton Park
-The cult film, Twin Town is being
-screened here on its 20th birthday.
-I'm joined by Mr and Mrs Cartwright
-from the film Twin Town...
-..or Sue Roderick
-and William Thomas.
-Are you surprised by the turnout
-It's fantastic to see the car.
-We didn't expect this at all.
-I can't believe this after 20 years.
-Why do you think that
-the film was such a success?
-It's a great film.
-It stands the test of time.
-It's as good now as it
-was when it was released.
-It's still funny.
-We had a lot of fun when we made it.
-It was still hard work.
-What are you doing here tonight
-apart from watching the film?
-I'm having a Dandelion and Burdock!
-We're here to promote
-the new film of Tin Town.
-There's also a question and answer
-I don't know if I have a favourite
-I love it
-when Fatty falls off the roof.
-I can't repeat the line.
-Good luck with Tin Town.
-Earlier, you mentioned you were
-too young to remember Twin Town...
-..when it was released 20 years ago.
-I happen to know that you watched it
-ahead of tonight's screening.
-Did you enjoy it?
-You'll have to say that again.
-Did you enjoy watching the film?
-Yes, I've got my own copy.
-I going to get the cast to sign it.
-I remember the film
-when it was released.
-Are you a fan of Twin Town, Nia?
-Unfortunately, I'm old enough
-to remember when it was released.
-There's so many great one-liners.
-It's time for us to catch up
-with the journalist, Nia Medi.
-Nia has just been on a holiday
-with a difference in Greece.
-Tell us about it.
-We're all aware of the recent
-refugee crisis in Greece.
-We all read the statistics.
-I didn't really understand
-what was happening.
-I knew about the war in Iraq
-I wanted to know more about it.
-I decided to fly to Greece.
-A friend of mine had been
-a volunteer in the country.
-I flew to Athens to stay with
-a refugee from Iraq called Zena.
-Zena and her children
-escaped the war in Iraq.
-Zena was my host and I stayed
-with her at her apartment.
-I didn't see anything of Athens.
-It was all about her personal story.
-Was she happy to share the story?
-Yes, she was.
-She insisted that I stayed
-..and didn't want me
-to stay in a hotel.
-She only wanted me to hear
-Zena comes from a middle-class
-background and she was well off.
-Zena's husband refused to join the
-militia in Iraq and fled his home.
-Zena has yet to be reunited with her
-husband who is somewhere in Europe.
-Zena and her children set out on a
-2,000km walk to the Turkish border.
-The family are still yet
-to be reunited.
-There's a long process.
-It's very complicated.
-That was just one of the stories
-that started this journey for me.
-I wanted to visit the camps.
-I've got a lot of photographs.
-I can't show the photographs
-of the people...
-..as we have to be cautious.
-I wanted to visit
-the Moria refugee camp.
-Over 2,000 asylum seekers
-live at the Moria camp.
-I was able to chat to refugees
-of all cultures at the Moria camp.
-I met a lot of the families
-in that camp.
-Their stories were similar
-to that of Zena.
-Has it changed your life?
-Yes, I've written
-an article about it.
-It's online at the moment
-on the BBC website.
-I realized that our problems
-are quite pathetic...
-..when you compare them
-to that of those people.
-Everyone has problems.
-This has put it all
-Do you keep in contact?
-I'm still chatting with Zena.
-I had a video from one of
-the children too this morning.
-Thank you, Nia.
-Wearing make-up for the first time
-can be baffling for teens at school.
-How much make-up is acceptable
-and what's best for your skin?
-Our beauty expert, Emma Jenkins
-is here to answer your dilemmas.
-Today, I've returned to school
-to show these girls...
-..how they can wear pretty make-up
-that's suitable for the classroom.
-Choose a foundation
-that matches your skin tone.
-I'm using Infallible by L'Oreal...
-..as it stays put all day
-and controls oil.
-By using a brush to apply make-up...
-..you'll use less of the product
-and achieve a more natural look.
-Add a dab of concealer to areas
-that need more coverage...
-..including the under-eyes,
-on spots or patches of redness.
-This palette from Rimmel will
-add shape and colour to the face.
-..and the highlighter on the upper
-cheek-bones, brow bone and nose.
-Are the rules surrounding
-wearing make-up to school?
-Our school hasn't banned make-up.
-However, there's a fine line between
-acceptable everyday make-up...
-..and something that's
-better suited to the weekend.
-We don't want to encourage pupils
-to wear make-up to school...
-..but if they're going to do so,
-we want them to be sensible.
-There's a culture of wearing layers
-of make-up amongst youngsters.
-Do you think that it's suitable
-for the classroom?
-There are several reason
-why pupils choose to wear make-up.
-They feel under pressure
-from their friends.
-They also enjoy experimenting
-and it boosts their confidence.
-The school aims to promote
-..in and out of the classroom.
-At this age, pupils tend
-to develop spots or blemishes...
-..so wearing a little make-up
-can help them feel more confident.
-Bea has joined me
-and I've already perfected her skin.
-Fill in the brows using a
-fine pencil to mimic natural hairs.
-Use a good mascara
-to define and open up the eyes.
-Lip liner is a wonderful way
-to shape the lip.
-This one from NYX looks perfect
-with a little natural gloss.
-I do wear cosmetics to school but I
-don't wear a full face of make-up.
-I like the look
-because I love the eyebrows.
-It's also easy to recreate at home.
-I like the look
-because it's very natural.
-It's a great look for school
-and I really like it.
-I'll try to get up 15 minutes
-earlier to recreate this look.
-And there's more advice from Emma
-on Prynhawn Da tomorrow afternoon.
-Nia also produces a programme
-on Radio Cymru called Atebion.
-The programme deals with issues
-that matter to young people...
-..and image is among
-the most popular topics.
-Yes, a lot of people
-worry about their image.
-I was looking at that clip.
-The Internet has changed everything.
-They all focus on vlogs.
-A lot of young people know
-Boys also wear make-up now.
-I wear make-up now
-because I'm on telly.
-I'd do your make-up on Bandit!
-It's time for a break but there's
-still plenty to enjoy tonight.
-I'm at the Gwili Pottery to make my
-own crockery which is very popular.
-Join me after the break to see
-if I've been successful or not!
-Would you shell out 2,000 a year
-to attend a pottery course?
-A few hours behind a potter's wheel
-helps relieve stresses of the day.
-But Mari found a cheaper way
-of making crockery in Wales.
-Wales isn't short of potteries.
-There's Nantgarw, Porth Llwyd
-and Ewenny to name but a few.
-Today, I've come to the
-Gwili Pottery in the Towy Valley.
-The Gwili Pottery began in the 1970s
-and Mam has been here for 20 years.
-What do you make here?
-We make mugs, plates,
-teapots, cookie jars...
-..and personalized items
-in Welsh and English.
-We'll do our best
-to meet your needs.
-Viewers of Heno and Prynhawn Da
-are familiar with a special plate.
-This is the Salt of the Earth plate
-to thank you for all you do.
-We've been lucky enough to make
-the Salt of the Earth plates...
-..and have made hundreds of them
-so they are all over the place.
-The mother and daughter realize that
-people want to make their own items.
-They want to paint their own
-crockery or work on the wheel...
-..so we've opened at Pontarsais for
-people to give it a go themselves.
-Lowri Johnston is one person
-who enjoys getting creative.
-I'd never made my own crockery...
-..but saw an episode of the BBC's
-The Great Pottery Throw Down.
-During the episode, I knew I wanted
-to try it so looked for lessons.
-If I've had a hard day, I can switch
-off for two hours and it's great.
-I make items for the home such as
-mugs, vases, plates and small bowls.
-I've started my own collection and
-make pieces for friends and family.
-The Gwili Pottery
-welcomes people of all ages.
-It can be so messy
-when you do things at home.
-It should keep them entertained
-for the afternoon...
-..but after ten minutes, the
-kitchen's a mess and they are bored.
-This place has a kiln and a wheel
-that you cannot recreate at home.
-Having this on your own doorstep
-in the countryside is very special.
-I've worked here for a few years
-but it doesn't feel like work.
-It's a lovely job
-as I can relax whilst painting.
-I'm currently working
-on our popular Howie pattern.
-I'd usually decorate
-the whole plate...
-..but this is a commission where
-they just want a patterned edge.
-Children, babies and
-even grandparents come and try it.
-We've done hen parties,
-birthdays and retirement presents.
-It helps to chill out
-and give me some time out.
-After hearing of its benefits, I got
-behind the potter's wheel myself.
-# My darling
-# I've hungered for your touch
-# A long... #
-Oh, I don't think pottery making
-is for me!
-Mari fancied herself as
-a bit of a Demi Moore there.
-Here's an interesting fact for you.
-But did you know that it's 27 years
-since the film, Ghost was released?
-I feel old enough knowing
-it's 20 years since Twin Town.
-I'd love to try it.
-I think I did something in school.
-It's very popular.
-Huw Stephens, Nia Medi and Aled Sam
-have been my studio guests tonight.
-We are looking forward to the
-National Eisteddfod next week.
-is looking for young people...
-..who can make clips
-for the Eisteddfod.
-It's a great opportunity.
-Huw is having a busy summer
-of festivals and the Eisteddfod.
-I'm presenting the Pavilion Gig...
-..on the Thursday night
-of the Eisteddfod.
-It sold out in minutes.
-It'll be shown on S4C
-later in the year.
-I've got a few festivals and I'll
-start my countdown for Christmas!
-We aren't ready for
-Christmas Cracker Competition yet!
-Aled is launching his new and debut
-book at the National Eisteddfod.
-I'm launching the new book
-on Wednesday at the Eisteddfod.
-I love this book.
-It's only 7.
-That's the price of a portion
-of chips at the Eisteddfod!
-I'll be buying a copy.
-And that's all from Heno tonight.
-Daf is in Swansea tonight,
-but where are you tomorrow?
-I'm home in Cardigan for the beer
-barrel relay at the local carnival.
-If you're on the high street
-come over and say hello at 7.00pm.
-Thousands will flock to Anglesey for
-the National Eisteddfod next week...
-..and we count down to the
-festival's opening ceremony.
-The DJ, Elan Evans
-joins us in the studio.
-Until tomorrow, goodnight.
Byddwn yn fyw o'r Gwyr ac yn clywed am raglen am y rhedwr Josh Griffiths. Featuring a live broadcast from Gower and a look forward to the S4C programme about marathon runner Josh Griffiths.