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.
-We also welcome our guest,
-Trystan, you've had a busy summer
-touring the Eisteddfods.
-Yes, it's been hectic.
-I also had three weeks in Canada!
-You're now cosying up near the
-fire in your new series Perthyn.
-I get to meet families
-and relatives around Wales.
-I look forward to our chat shortly.
-Rhodri takes a look around one of
-Aberystwyth's grandest buildings...
-..that's recently been transformed
-into accommodation for visitors.
-Ben Woodburn might be Wales'
-new footballing star...
-..but there's another rising star
-who's currently making his mark.
-Tonight, we'll hear about
-Mael Davies from the Swansea club.
-Yvonne samples the latest delicacies
-at the RSPB Centre in Newport.
-The cafe recently won a gold award
-for their fresh and local produce.
-It's only September but it's time
-to start thinking about Christmas...
-..and our Christmas
-Christmas is just around the corner,
-It's never too soon!
-Trystan has a new series on S4C
-Tell us more about the series.
-In the new series, Perthyn,
-I meet pairs of relatives.
-In the recent episode...
-..we visited the father and son,
-artists Aneurin and Meirion Jones.
-I've filmed with fathers and sons
-and grandchildren and daughters.
-It was great to spend time with
-We visited the place
-that inspires him to paint.
-We've met the farmer and tenor,
-Trebor Jones and his grandsons.
-Let's see a clip of the programme,
-I'm very proud of them.
-They get involved
-with local movements.
-We sing a few melodies.
-Trebor lives close to his grandsons.
-His farm looks down on their home.
-He offers a word of advice.
-Their relationship is special.
-I discovered how my relationship...
-..differs with my parents.
-My sister's relationship differs
-We also meet other relatives in the
-We meet successful business
-We meet the opera singer, Fflur
-Wyn and her father, Rev Eirian Wyn.
-Relationships are different
-in every family.
-It was a great week to spend
-with Meirion and Aneurin.
-Edleston House is one of the most
-important buildings in Aberystwyth.
-The grand building
-was built over 150 years ago.
-It's housed a lot of things
-in its time...
-..but it has been renovated and has
-reopened as luxury holiday flats.
-Rhodri went to see it.
-Believe it or not, over the decades,
-these rooms housed a surgery...
-..a consulting room
-and a nursing home.
-It's also been the Royal Commission
-including a court...
-..equipped with a cell to hold
-the town's perpetrators.
-But it was actually an act of
-goodwill that saved Edleston House.
-The local businessman, Emyr Davies
-purchased this gem from the council.
-I already had three hotels
-This place came on the market...
-..and I thought it would be ideal
-for holiday apartments.
-The building currently contains
-five holiday apartments.
-The biggest one has three bedrooms
-and there are kitchens and ensuites.
-Extras include a Jacuzzi
-and a splendid garden.
-But the selling point
-is actually its past.
-The date of the building
-is on the house and it's 1898.
-It was built by Dr John Bonsall,
-a member of a prominent family.
-This was his home and surgery.
-It developed into a nursing home.
-it was used as a county court.
-But then the place
-fell into disrepute.
-The garden grew wild
-and the ironwork started to rust.
-It was in a very sorry state.
-Yes, indeed, the ironwork.
-One of the striking features of the
-building is the balcony or veranda.
-of the old colonies.
-They are more common in Australia,
-New Zealand or New Orleans.
-You think of the American colonies
-in Maryland and Carolina...
-..and places associated
-with Gone With The Wind.
-I'd like to think that
-it was made in Aberystwyth.
-Aberystwyth had many ironworks that
-exported produce across the world.
-This is a wonderful example
-of the work they could produce.
-It's a Grade II listed building...
-..so any renovation work
-had to follow strict guidelines.
-The place was in disrepair
-after being closed for five years.
-We used a sandblaster
-on the front railings...
-..and it needed six coats of paint.
-We couldn't change the windows
-but had to repair them.
-Things were recreated
-to how they were in the past.
-You never know what to expect
-at a listed building...
-..until you start the process.
-The building needed new architraves,
-doors and windows.
-They all had to match
-the original features.
-This is the original staircase
-of the building...
-..and I think it looks great
-after its renovation.
-Aberystwyth is improving as a town
-and enticing more visitors.
-It's great to have some luxury in
-Aberystwyth in a renovated site.
-Every time I walk or drive passed
-..I'll smile as I know I was part
-of the project to renovate it.
-It's competition time!
-This week, we're giving you the
-chance to win an iPad or television.
-We want to boost your spirits
-at the start of September.
-Before we set tonight's question...
-Mair Phillips from Whitland.
-There's an iPad or television
-on its way to you!
-To be in with a chance of winning,
-answer this simple question:
-Who is the captain
-of the Welsh football team?
-1) Ashley Jones, 2) Ashley Davies,
-or 3) Ashley Williams?
-Call us with your answer
-on 08443 35 12 44.
-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone
-company's network access charge.
-The phone lines close
-at 1.30pm tomorrow.
-All entrants must be 18 and over.
-Don't call after the lines close
-or you will still be charged.
-or visit the S4C website for terms.
-Good luck to you.
-After the break, Yvonne visits
-the RSPB Newport Wetlands Centre...
-..to congratulate the award-winning
-cafe that serves local produce.
-We also meet the footballer from
-Newcastle Emlyn, Mael Davies...
-..who's the new talents
-of the Swansea City Football Club.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-It's been an important week
-in the history of Welsh football.
-They've had two important victories
-against Austria and Moldova.
-The young player, Ben Woodburn
-has also made quite an impression.
-Wales' talent factory
-is working overtime at the moment...
-..as there's another young player
-who's ready to make his mark.
-Mael Davies from Newcastle Emlyn...
-..has just signed his first
-professional contract with Swansea.
-went to meet him for a chat.
-Since Mael Davies joined
-the Swansea City Academy aged 15...
-..he's developed to be a fantastic
-defender for the Swans' Youth teams.
-His performances for the under 18s
-team over the past seasons...
-..has led to a new contract for the
-18-year-old from Newcastle Emlyn.
-He now trains and plays
-with the under 23s squad.
-I was told about the contract
-in January and it started on 1 June.
-Since then, we've been training
-in Northern Ireland...
-..and I've played two games
-during this new season.
-The intensity is much more
-and everything is quicker.
-You have to think quickly
-when the ball is at your feet.
-He's very professional,
-..and he gets on well
-with the coaches and other players.
-He gives 100 percent on the field
-during every game.
-We have to be patient as he's young
-but he's a very special talent.
-When someone is willing to work with
-others, they have a good chance.
-I started playing with Newcastle
-Emlyn when I was five years old.
-I was signed by Cardiff City
-when I was nine years old.
-Swansea recruited me when I played
-for the Under 16s team.
-I gaining a scholarship and
-lived in Swansea for two years.
-I'm now on
-my first professional year.
-Mael has quickly settled into
-his new environment at Fairwood.
-Every building is new,
-the pitches have been improved...
-..and they've invested heavily
-in the facilities.
-The first team is training now.
-Do you have the opportunity
-to mix with the first team?
-We interact often during
-our lunch times and gym sessions.
-Last week, we played against
-an 11 a side game against them.
-I was chuffed that we drew nil-nil
-and that nobody passed me.
-When playing on this PL2
-or the Premier League 2 level...
-like Manchester United...
-..the aim of these players is to
-catch the eye of the firsts manager.
-Paul Clement will be aware of all
-the players including Mael Davies.
-The academy's job
-is to feed the first team.
-We must get our players
-into the first team...
-..and develop players
-that can play professionally.
-Mael needs to get up to speed with
-the way we do things and the pace.
-It's a big test
-in the first three months.
-We'd like him to push
-for inclusion in that squad.
-He needs to push for a starting
-place in the competitions we have.
-What would you like to achieve
-during your footballing career?
-I'd like to train with the firsts
-and play in the Premier League.
-My dream is to play for Wales but
-I have to take one step at a time.
-All the best to Mael.
-Next, we take a spin down the M4 to
-the RSPB Wetlands Centre in Newport.
-It's famous for its wildlife...
-..but its cafe has recently won a
-gold award for using local produce.
-Yvonne went to congratulate them.
-I've come to a wonderful location
-that's surrounded by nature.
-The Newport Wetlands is a stone's
-throw away from the city centre...
-..and it's situated between
-the River Severn and River Usk.
-It's home to interesting wildlife
-and stunning river landscapes.
-Welcome to Newport Wetlands' centre
-that's been here for nine years.
-Every year, we welcome
-100,000 people to the centre.
-We're very busy at the centre that's
-at the heart of the nature reserve.
-As you can see, we're surrounded
-by several reed beds.
-The reed beds and their wildlife
-are our main attractions.
-It isn't just the wildlife
-that attracts visitors...
-..but also the produce
-that's served in the cafe.
-And there's a reason to celebrate.
-Congratulations to the staff...
-..for winning the gold award
-for the produce served at the cafe.
-What did you need to do
-to be awarded the accolade?
-We're proud to have been awarded by
-the Soil Association Food for Life.
-The team has worked hard to ensure
-that three-quarters of our menu...
-..is freshly prepared here
-At least 15 percent of our produce
-must also be organic and local.
-The response has been very positive.
-Yes, people enjoy the food
-that we serve at the cafe.
-Those who visit want to see
-Welsh produce on the menu.
-Myself and my staff worked
-really hard to make the contacts...
-..and to be able to sell ethically
-and locally produced foods.
-Over time, people have forgotten
-where their food comes from.
-They don't know that local farmers
-produce food of a high quality.
-They also forget about how
-food production affects wildlife.
-We no longer sell produce
-with palm oil...
-..as its production has detrimental
-affects on tropical rainforests.
-We're using butter
-instead of palm oil.
-We like to educate people
-when we sell them our food.
-It's no wonder
-that you've won this award...
-..as the food looks
-Tell us about this meal.
-These flapjacks and biscuits
-are from a Cardiff-based company.
-The bara brith is from Ebbw Vale...
-..and the Welsh cakes
-are from Cross Hands.
-This delicious open sandwich is
-made on-site using local produce.
-Would you like a Welsh cake?
-Would you like a Welsh cake?
-Congratulations to you all for
-being honoured with this award.
-Let's talk about Christmas.
-There's only three months
-until the big day...
-..and Prynhawn Da's Christmas Carol
-Competition for primary schools.
-There's lots of preparation work
-involved in this competition.
-Last year, Ysgol Llwynderw
-in Swansea won the coveted prize...
-..and here are the judges to launch
-this year's competition.
-The Christmas Carol Competition
-You can showcase your creative
-talents by pleasing our judges...
-..Steffan Rhys Hughes
-and Elin Llwyd.
-Are you going to step up
-to the challenge?
-Christmas is my favourite time
-and I'm like a child in December.
-Nothing beats a carol or Christmas
-song to get you in spirit of season.
-It's a great competition
-with so much scope.
-for a Christmas carol...
-..but there are so many themes
-and musical styles you could follow.
-We welcome any kind
-of Christmas carol or song.
-# The melody of the chiming bells #
-The melody should memorable
-and something we want to sing.
-The lyrics are important and the
-way they marry with the melody.
-# Christmas #
-You could use the talents
-in the school too.
-Parents who compose music or poetry
-could run workshops in the school...
-..so that the children
-feel totally involved.
-# We'll all unite to celebrate #
-We want to hear the children's
-enjoyment in the song or carol.
-I'm sure we'll enjoy it more
-if they are enjoying themselves.
-# Jesus Christ arrived #
-Wales is full of talented composers.
-This competition is a platform
-for those compositions.
-It gives the schools a new
-repertoire of Christmas songs.
-Thirteen years of the
-Christmas Carol Competition...
-..would be a great CD!
-this is the best year yet.
-is good luck to everyone.
-Good luck to you!
-# Kingdom of Heaven #
-You're able to enter
-via the details on the screen.
-Email or call us and don't forget
-the closing date is 27 October.
-Tonight's studio guest
-has been Trystan Ellis-Morris.
-Trystan is busy until Christmas.
-I've been busy filming the
-new series of Priodas Pum Mil.
-We have filmed four episodes.
-There are two weddings on the way.
-I will also start filming
-Tref a Tryst too.
-We love that show in our house.
-It's fun to film with Tref the dog!
-On tomorrow's Heno, we look ahead
-to a very busy weekend of events...
-..including Festival No 6 and
-the Ironman triathlon in Tenby.
-We also chat to Gareth Jewell about
-the new S4C drama series, Bang.
-Until tomorrow, goodnight.
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'.