Thu, 07 Sep 2017 Heno


Thu, 07 Sep 2017

Trystan Ellis-Morris fydd yn trafod ei gyfres newydd 'Perthyn' a chawn sgwrs gyda seren pel-droed y dyfodol. Our guestTrystan Ellis-Morris discusses his new series on S4C, 'Pert...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Thursday's edition of Heno.

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-We also welcome our guest,

-Trystan Ellis-Morris.

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-Trystan, you've had a busy summer

-touring the Eisteddfods.

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-Yes, it's been hectic.

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-I also had three weeks in Canada!

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-You're now cosying up near the

-fire in your new series Perthyn.

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-I get to meet families

-and relatives around Wales.

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-I look forward to our chat shortly.

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-Rhodri takes a look around one of

-Aberystwyth's grandest buildings...

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-..that's recently been transformed

-into accommodation for visitors.

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-Ben Woodburn might be Wales'

-new footballing star...

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-..but there's another rising star

-who's currently making his mark.

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-Tonight, we'll hear about

-Mael Davies from the Swansea club.

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-Yvonne samples the latest delicacies

-at the RSPB Centre in Newport.

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-The cafe recently won a gold award

-for their fresh and local produce.

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-It's only September but it's time

-to start thinking about Christmas...

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-..and our Christmas

-Carol Competition!

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-Christmas is just around the corner,

-Trystan.

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-It's never too soon!

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-Trystan has a new series on S4C

-called Perthyn.

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-Tell us more about the series.

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-In the new series, Perthyn,

-I meet pairs of relatives.

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-In the recent episode...

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-..we visited the father and son,

-artists Aneurin and Meirion Jones.

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-I've filmed with fathers and sons

-and grandchildren and daughters.

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-It was great to spend time with

-Meirion.

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-We visited the place

-that inspires him to paint.

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-We've met the farmer and tenor,

-Trebor Jones and his grandsons.

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-Let's see a clip of the programme,

-Perthyn.

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-I'm very proud of them.

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-They get involved

-with local movements.

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-We sing a few melodies.

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-Trebor lives close to his grandsons.

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-His farm looks down on their home.

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-He offers a word of advice.

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-Their relationship is special.

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-I discovered how my relationship...

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-..differs with my parents.

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-My sister's relationship differs

-too.

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-We also meet other relatives in the

-series.

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-We meet successful business

-siblings.

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-We meet the opera singer, Fflur

-Wyn and her father, Rev Eirian Wyn.

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-Relationships are different

-in every family.

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-It was a great week to spend

-with Meirion and Aneurin.

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-Edleston House is one of the most

-important buildings in Aberystwyth.

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-The grand building

-was built over 150 years ago.

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-It's housed a lot of things

-in its time...

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-..but it has been renovated and has

-reopened as luxury holiday flats.

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-Rhodri went to see it.

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-Believe it or not, over the decades,

-these rooms housed a surgery...

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-..a consulting room

-and a nursing home.

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-It's also been the Royal Commission

-including a court...

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-..equipped with a cell to hold

-the town's perpetrators.

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-But it was actually an act of

-goodwill that saved Edleston House.

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-The local businessman, Emyr Davies

-purchased this gem from the council.

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-I already had three hotels

-in Aberystwyth.

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-This place came on the market...

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-..and I thought it would be ideal

-for holiday apartments.

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-The building currently contains

-five holiday apartments.

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-The biggest one has three bedrooms

-and there are kitchens and ensuites.

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-Extras include a Jacuzzi

-and a splendid garden.

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-But the selling point

-is actually its past.

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-The date of the building

-is on the house and it's 1898.

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-It was built by Dr John Bonsall,

-a member of a prominent family.

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-This was his home and surgery.

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-It developed into a nursing home.

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-Following this,

-it was used as a county court.

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-But then the place

-fell into disrepute.

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-The garden grew wild

-and the ironwork started to rust.

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-It was in a very sorry state.

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-Yes, indeed, the ironwork.

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-One of the striking features of the

-building is the balcony or veranda.

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-It's reminiscent

-of the old colonies.

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-They are more common in Australia,

-New Zealand or New Orleans.

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-You think of the American colonies

-in Maryland and Carolina...

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-..and places associated

-with Gone With The Wind.

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-I'd like to think that

-it was made in Aberystwyth.

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-Aberystwyth had many ironworks that

-exported produce across the world.

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-This is a wonderful example

-of the work they could produce.

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-It's a Grade II listed building...

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-..so any renovation work

-had to follow strict guidelines.

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-The place was in disrepair

-after being closed for five years.

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-We used a sandblaster

-on the front railings...

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-..and it needed six coats of paint.

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-We couldn't change the windows

-but had to repair them.

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-Things were recreated

-to how they were in the past.

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-You never know what to expect

-at a listed building...

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-..until you start the process.

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-The building needed new architraves,

-doors and windows.

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-They all had to match

-the original features.

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-This is the original staircase

-of the building...

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-..and I think it looks great

-after its renovation.

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-Aberystwyth is improving as a town

-and enticing more visitors.

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-It's great to have some luxury in

-Aberystwyth in a renovated site.

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-Every time I walk or drive passed

-this building...

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-..I'll smile as I know I was part

-of the project to renovate it.

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-It's competition time!

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-This week, we're giving you the

-chance to win an iPad or television.

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-We want to boost your spirits

-at the start of September.

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-Before we set tonight's question...

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-..congratulations to

-Mair Phillips from Whitland.

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-There's an iPad or television

-on its way to you!

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-To be in with a chance of winning,

-answer this simple question:

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-Who is the captain

-of the Welsh football team?

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-1) Ashley Jones, 2) Ashley Davies,

-or 3) Ashley Williams?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close

-at 1.30pm tomorrow.

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-All entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Email heno@tinopolis.com

-or visit the S4C website for terms.

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-Good luck to you.

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-After the break, Yvonne visits

-the RSPB Newport Wetlands Centre...

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-..to congratulate the award-winning

-cafe that serves local produce.

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-We also meet the footballer from

-Newcastle Emlyn, Mael Davies...

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-..who's the new talents

-of the Swansea City Football Club.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's been an important week

-in the history of Welsh football.

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-They've had two important victories

-against Austria and Moldova.

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-The young player, Ben Woodburn

-has also made quite an impression.

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-Wales' talent factory

-is working overtime at the moment...

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-..as there's another young player

-who's ready to make his mark.

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-Mael Davies from Newcastle Emlyn...

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-..has just signed his first

-professional contract with Swansea.

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-Rhodri Gomer

-went to meet him for a chat.

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-Since Mael Davies joined

-the Swansea City Academy aged 15...

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-..he's developed to be a fantastic

-defender for the Swans' Youth teams.

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-His performances for the under 18s

-team over the past seasons...

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-..has led to a new contract for the

-18-year-old from Newcastle Emlyn.

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-He now trains and plays

-with the under 23s squad.

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-I was told about the contract

-in January and it started on 1 June.

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-Since then, we've been training

-in Northern Ireland...

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-..and I've played two games

-during this new season.

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-The intensity is much more

-and everything is quicker.

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-You have to think quickly

-when the ball is at your feet.

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-He's very professional,

-works hard...

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-..and he gets on well

-with the coaches and other players.

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-He gives 100 percent on the field

-during every game.

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-We have to be patient as he's young

-but he's a very special talent.

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-When someone is willing to work with

-others, they have a good chance.

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-I started playing with Newcastle

-Emlyn when I was five years old.

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-I was signed by Cardiff City

-when I was nine years old.

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-Swansea recruited me when I played

-for the Under 16s team.

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-I gaining a scholarship and

-lived in Swansea for two years.

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-I'm now on

-my first professional year.

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-Mael has quickly settled into

-his new environment at Fairwood.

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-Every building is new,

-the pitches have been improved...

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-..and they've invested heavily

-in the facilities.

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-The first team is training now.

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-Do you have the opportunity

-to mix with the first team?

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-We interact often during

-our lunch times and gym sessions.

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-Last week, we played against

-an 11 a side game against them.

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-I was chuffed that we drew nil-nil

-and that nobody passed me.

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-When playing on this PL2

-or the Premier League 2 level...

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-..against teams

-like Manchester United...

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-..the aim of these players is to

-catch the eye of the firsts manager.

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-Paul Clement will be aware of all

-the players including Mael Davies.

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-The academy's job

-is to feed the first team.

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-We must get our players

-into the first team...

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-..and develop players

-that can play professionally.

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-Mael needs to get up to speed with

-the way we do things and the pace.

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-It's a big test

-in the first three months.

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-We'd like him to push

-for inclusion in that squad.

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-He needs to push for a starting

-place in the competitions we have.

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-What would you like to achieve

-during your footballing career?

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-I'd like to train with the firsts

-and play in the Premier League.

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-My dream is to play for Wales but

-I have to take one step at a time.

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-All the best to Mael.

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-Next, we take a spin down the M4 to

-the RSPB Wetlands Centre in Newport.

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-It's famous for its wildlife...

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-..but its cafe has recently won a

-gold award for using local produce.

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-Yvonne went to congratulate them.

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-I've come to a wonderful location

-that's surrounded by nature.

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-The Newport Wetlands is a stone's

-throw away from the city centre...

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-..and it's situated between

-the River Severn and River Usk.

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-It's home to interesting wildlife

-and stunning river landscapes.

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-Welcome to Newport Wetlands' centre

-that's been here for nine years.

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-Every year, we welcome

-100,000 people to the centre.

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-We're very busy at the centre that's

-at the heart of the nature reserve.

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-As you can see, we're surrounded

-by several reed beds.

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-The reed beds and their wildlife

-are our main attractions.

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-It isn't just the wildlife

-that attracts visitors...

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-..but also the produce

-that's served in the cafe.

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-And there's a reason to celebrate.

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-Congratulations to the staff...

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-..for winning the gold award

-for the produce served at the cafe.

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-What did you need to do

-to be awarded the accolade?

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-We're proud to have been awarded by

-the Soil Association Food for Life.

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-The team has worked hard to ensure

-that three-quarters of our menu...

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-..is freshly prepared here

-or locally.

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-At least 15 percent of our produce

-must also be organic and local.

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-The response has been very positive.

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-Yes, people enjoy the food

-that we serve at the cafe.

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-Those who visit want to see

-Welsh produce on the menu.

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-Myself and my staff worked

-really hard to make the contacts...

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-..and to be able to sell ethically

-and locally produced foods.

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-Over time, people have forgotten

-where their food comes from.

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-They don't know that local farmers

-produce food of a high quality.

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-They also forget about how

-food production affects wildlife.

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-We no longer sell produce

-with palm oil...

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-..as its production has detrimental

-affects on tropical rainforests.

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-We're using butter

-instead of palm oil.

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-We like to educate people

-when we sell them our food.

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-It's no wonder

-that you've won this award...

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-..as the food looks

-mouth-wateringly good.

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-Tell us about this meal.

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-These flapjacks and biscuits

-are from a Cardiff-based company.

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-The bara brith is from Ebbw Vale...

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-..and the Welsh cakes

-are from Cross Hands.

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-This delicious open sandwich is

-made on-site using local produce.

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-Would you like a Welsh cake?

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-Would you like a Welsh cake?

-

-Thank you.

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-Oh, fantastic.

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-Congratulations to you all for

-being honoured with this award.

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-Thank you.

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-Let's talk about Christmas.

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-There's only three months

-until the big day...

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-..and Prynhawn Da's Christmas Carol

-Competition for primary schools.

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-There's lots of preparation work

-involved in this competition.

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-Last year, Ysgol Llwynderw

-in Swansea won the coveted prize...

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-..and here are the judges to launch

-this year's competition.

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-The Christmas Carol Competition

-is back!

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-You can showcase your creative

-talents by pleasing our judges...

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-..Steffan Rhys Hughes

-and Elin Llwyd.

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-Are you going to step up

-to the challenge?

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-Christmas is my favourite time

-and I'm like a child in December.

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-Nothing beats a carol or Christmas

-song to get you in spirit of season.

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-It's a great competition

-with so much scope.

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-We're looking

-for a Christmas carol...

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-..but there are so many themes

-and musical styles you could follow.

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-We welcome any kind

-of Christmas carol or song.

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-# The melody of the chiming bells #

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-The melody should memorable

-and something we want to sing.

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-The lyrics are important and the

-way they marry with the melody.

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-# Christmas #

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-You could use the talents

-in the school too.

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-Parents who compose music or poetry

-could run workshops in the school...

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-..so that the children

-feel totally involved.

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-# We'll all unite to celebrate #

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-We want to hear the children's

-enjoyment in the song or carol.

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-I'm sure we'll enjoy it more

-if they are enjoying themselves.

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-# Jesus Christ arrived #

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-Wales is full of talented composers.

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-This competition is a platform

-for those compositions.

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-It gives the schools a new

-repertoire of Christmas songs.

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-Thirteen years of the

-Christmas Carol Competition...

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-..would be a great CD!

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-Let's hope

-this is the best year yet.

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-Our message

-is good luck to everyone.

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-Good luck to you!

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-# Kingdom of Heaven #

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-You're able to enter

-via the details on the screen.

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-Email or call us and don't forget

-the closing date is 27 October.

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-Tonight's studio guest

-has been Trystan Ellis-Morris.

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-Trystan is busy until Christmas.

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-I've been busy filming the

-new series of Priodas Pum Mil.

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-We have filmed four episodes.

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-There are two weddings on the way.

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-I will also start filming

-Tref a Tryst too.

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-We love that show in our house.

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-It's fun to film with Tref the dog!

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-On tomorrow's Heno, we look ahead

-to a very busy weekend of events...

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-..including Festival No 6 and

-the Ironman triathlon in Tenby.

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-We also chat to Gareth Jewell about

-the new S4C drama series, Bang.

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-Until tomorrow, goodnight.

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Trystan Ellis-Morris fydd yn trafod ei gyfres newydd 'Perthyn' a chawn sgwrs gyda seren pel-droed y dyfodol. Our guestTrystan Ellis-Morris discusses his new series on S4C, 'Perthyn'.