Thu, 11 May 2017 Heno


Thu, 11 May 2017

Byddwn yn cwrdd a Chymry Ynys Manaw a dathlu canmlwyddiant Cor Rhydaman. We'll meet Welsh people on the Isle of Man and celebrate the centenary of Cor Rhydaman.


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-Hello and welcome to Heno.

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-Thanks to Lisa for telling her story

-in the film before Heno...

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-..as part of S4C's

-Mental Health Awareness Week.

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-This morning, our cameras were at

-the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay.

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-The charity, Hafal, that supports

-people with mental illnesses...

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-..launched its campaign for veterans

-living with the aftermath of war.

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-If you're on Twitter,

-follow the hashtag for the week...

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-..to learn more about this week's

-programmes and the help available.

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-Tonight, Daf Wyn prepares to welcome

-two major football teams to Cardiff.

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-In about three weeks, the biggest

-footballing event of the world...

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-..the UEFA Champions League final,

-is coming Cardiff.

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-There's a campaign in place to

-get us singing the National Anthem.

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-Gwawr Edwards sings it

-then chats about it...

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-..and I'll hear from Catrin Heledd

-who is very excited about it all.

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-I'm at the awards ceremony of

-the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.

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-You can see who will be winning

-these awards later in the programme.

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-There's a preview of the latest

-production by Theatr Bara Caws.

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-It's called Gair o Gariad and you

-could be a part of the production.

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-Tonight, I'm joined by the boxer

-from Pontyberem, Zack Davies.

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-His next big fight is in

-the Brangwyn Hall this weekend.

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-Welcome to Cardiff during

-an exciting time for our capital.

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-In three weeks, a huge championship

-in the world is coming to Wales.

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-Catrin Heledd enjoys her football

-so you must be excited.

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-I'm very excited and it's

-the highlight of the year for many.

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-It's the UEFA Champions League Final

-between Juventus and Real Madrid.

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-Gareth Bale could be playing

-if he recovers from his injury.

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-The legendary footballer,

-John Charles, played for Juventus.

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-It's going to be massive and all

-eyes will be on Cardiff and Wales.

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-The women's final

-is also in Cardiff.

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-Lyon are the current champions.

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-They play at Cardiff City Stadium

-a few days before the men's final.

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-It's an exciting time for the sport

-for both the men and women.

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-We held the Rugby World Cup a

-few years ago and now there's this.

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-It's thought that this event

-will bring 45 million to Cardiff...

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-..over the four days

-around the final.

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-It puts Cardiff

-on the international stage...

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-..and we hope it encourages people

-to visit our capital city.

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-The build up has started

-with the dragon in the castle...

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-..events across the city and a large

-ball outside Cardiff City Stadium.

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-The momentum for the event

-has already started.

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-We can hear the National Anthem

-so what's going on today?

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-It's quiet at the moment but we want

-people to come and sing our anthem.

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-We want video clips of people

-singing the National Anthem...

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-..to get the #voiceofwales trending

-so people talk about Cardiff.

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-Yes, it's the #voiceofwales

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-Gwawr has performed at the matches

-of the Welsh football team.

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-Wales is the Land of Song and

-singing is important in these games.

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-Yes, and I've sung before

-a number of international games.

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-The most recent was when the team

-came home after a great Euro 2016.

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-This is a great excuse for people

-to learn the National Anthem.

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-Some people call themselves Welsh

-but don't know the lyrics.

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-It also enables us to promote

-the world's best National Anthem!

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-Wales is the Land of Song

-and we need to promote that too.

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-Will you make a clip

-for the #voiceofwales on Twitter?

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-Yes, I'm sure I will.

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-Catrin enjoys karaoke

-so will you do a clip too?

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-My voice isn't the best and I love

-karaoke but it isn't for the world!

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-There's strength in numbers

-so shall we go for a sing-song?

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-Yes, come on!

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-OK, but we won't be filming it

-so it's back to you in the studio.

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-Thanks to Daf, Catrin and Gwawr.

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-Post clips of yourself singing the

-National Anthem to #voiceofwales

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-Later, Cor Glanaethwy will perform

-the National Anthem for us.

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-My studio guest

-regularly flies the flag for Wales.

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-It's the boxer from Pontyberem,

-Zack Davies.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You were last on the sofa...

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-..and was about to join Y Ffeit.

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-It was a great experiencee.

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-It was about boxing in Wales.

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-A lot of people have watched it.

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-I think there's a demand

-for a programme like this.

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-You've got a big night

-ahead of you on Saturday.

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-I'll be boxing in Swansea.

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-The city hasn't held a boxing event

-in many years.

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-It's a sell-out!

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-A lot of people who know me

-will be there.

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-Tell us who you are boxing against.

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-My opponent on Saturday

-is Lee Connelly.

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-He's from Sheffield.

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-I chatted with him

-on the S4C series.

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-I've done my research on him.

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-My family will be there.

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-Mam-gu isn't coming.

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-She would come to matches

-but keep her eyes closed!

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-There are only two nights

-before the fight.

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-What will you do before now

-and then?

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-The fight is at 10.00pm.

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-We'll have a weigh-in at 4.00pm.

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-I've done my training for today.

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-I've got to watch my weight...

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-..before the match on Saturday.

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-You have to lose a lot of weight

-for this fight.

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-I tend to carry about

-11 stone in weight...

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-..but need to weight about

-10 stone 2 oz.

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-That's for the fight on Saturday.

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-What do you eat in the run up?

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-I can't eat too many carbs

-over the next few days.

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-I'll stick to the protein.

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-I've had to drink six litres

-of water every day.

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-Are you ready for the fight?

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-I'm excited about the fight.

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-I've been boxing since I was young.

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-I hope to put on a good fight.

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-I hope to put on a good fight.

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-Thank you, Zack.

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-When buying tickets for the theatre,

-we expect to see a drama or show.

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-If you buy a ticket to the new

-production by Theatr Bara Caws...

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-..you can choose a song

-to feature in the production.

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-Here's Gerallt at Gair o Gariad.

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-Good evening,

-I hope you're well.

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-I'm Carwyn and this is Lisa.

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-Hiya!

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-My role in Gair o Gariad

-is to welcome the audience.

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-I'll be pouring glasses of Cava

-or water for those who are teetotal.

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-The audience takes its place as

-start our journey to celebrate love.

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-It could be romantic or between

-friends and depends on the audience.

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-Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like you

-all to raise a glass for lovers!

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-It could be those in love

-in this room...

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-The show is steered by music.

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-We rely on music and the dialogues

-take place through the music.

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-We argue through music

-and feel every emotion in that way.

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-Love songs play a huge part

-in reminding us of our first love...

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-..or creating memories and emotions

-of family and friends.

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-We always expect something different

-from Theatr Bara Caws...

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-..and the set of Gair o Gariad looks

-like it will follow that route.

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-This is an exciting

-and unique production.

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-The original was performed by the

-Uninvited Guests group from Bristol.

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-We've adapted it to Welsh

-to take on a tour of Wales.

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-What role does the audience play

-in the success of these evenings?

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-After buying a ticket, the audience

-is invited to fill in a form...

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-..choose a song

-and tell their story.

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-They can remain anonymous

-or tell us their story themselves.

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-The songs are intertwined into

-the show so every night is unique.

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-This show is quite unusual...

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-..in that Lisa and I play

-dramatic versions of ourselves...

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-..and the audience is an important

-part to the success of each night.

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-We rely on the musical choice

-of the audience members...

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-..so that we can all feel something,

-take a journey together...

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-..and celebrate love together

-in this room.

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-Gair o Gariad debuts

-next Wednesday and Thursday...

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-..at the Bara Caws studio on Cibyn

-Industrial Estate in Caernarfon...

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-..before going on tour.

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-After the break, we hear about

-the mental health charity, Hafal...

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-..that launched its latest campaign

-for veterans in Cardiff Bay today.

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-It's hotting up at the

-Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.

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-The night kicks off at 7.30pm.

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-There's also an exclusive

-performance by Cor Glanaethwy...

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-..of the National Anthem ahead

-of the UEFA Champions League.

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-Welcome back to Heno as S4C

-marks Mental Health Awareness Week.

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-At 10.30pm, you can watch

-a programme called Cysgod Rhyfel.

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-It follows four soldiers who were

-affected by their active service...

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-..in Northern Ireland,

-the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan.

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-Some 50% of soldiers who return from

-battle will suffer a mental illness.

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-Earlier at the Norwegian Church

-in Cardiff Bay...

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-..the charity, Hafal,

-and many influential charities...

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-..met in support of veterans who

-struggle with life after the forces.

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-Today, we're here to launch a new

-campaign called FORCES for CHANGE.

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-The Welsh movements who work

-on behalf of former soldiers...

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-..and the emergency services

-have joined forces.

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-If you've been in the armed forces,

-you're expected to be strong.

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-In my experience,

-my doctor was very experienced...

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-..but he wasn't aware

-of the services available...

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-..for those suffering

-after being in the armed forces.

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-I came across Hafal

-after doing my own research.

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-I wasn't given any assistance

-to find these services.

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-In Wales, there's lots

-of good work being done.

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-However, third-sector services

-and charities don't work together.

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-That's what we need to change.

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-People are more willing to discuss

-mental health issues nowadays.

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-We want to ensure that every service

-is aware of what we have to offer.

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-We also want to discover

-what else is available in Wales.

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-Our aim is to

-improve access to services...

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-..by providing all the information

-that's needed in a single place.

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-You can learn more about the work

-of Hafal by visiting www.hafal.org

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-Cysgod Rhyfel

-airs at 10.30pm on S4C.

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-One of the biggest film events in

-Wales is being held near our studio.

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-The Carmarthen Bay Film Festival

-sees the John Hefin Award tonight.

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-John Hefin was the talented director

-of many Welsh classics...

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-..such as Grand Slam and The Life

-and Times of David Lloyd George.

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-He's remembered with respect

-and admiration...

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-..and winning the John Hefin Award

-is one of the biggest honours.

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-Yvonne is at the event for us

-tonight.

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-Good evening, Llinos.

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-Let's hear more about the winner

-of this year's John Hefin Award.

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-The winner of this year's

-John Hefin Award...

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-..at the Carmarthen Bay

-Film Festival is Endaf Emlyn.

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-It's a lifetime achievement award

-for production and direction.

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-My story in this context starts

-in the cinema in Pwllheli as a lad.

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-I was amazed by the big screen.

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-My interest, aim and hope

-was to work in the film industry.

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-I moved to Cardiff

-and worked with the BBC and HTV.

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-The film that those children raised

-in the 1980s will remember...

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-..is Y Dyn Nath Ddwyn y Nadolig.

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-In the early 1990s,

-Endaf received further praise...

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-..with his film adaptation

-of the psychological novel...

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-..Un Nos Ola Leuad

-by Caradog Pritchard.

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-It was a huge challenge.

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-I doubt anyone else would have

-wanted to undertake such a task.

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-It's thanks to John Hefin that I got

-to make the film, Un Nos Ola Leuad.

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-John was involved with Film Cymru

-at the time.

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-Un Nos Ola Leuad was one

-of their most important productions.

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-It was a controversial process

-to go about adapting it.

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-Come on, the train's leaving.

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-He went on to produce and direct

-Y Mapiwr and Gadael Lenin.

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-Hurry up or we'll miss the train.

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-It was terrifying when we went to

-Russia as it was a turbulent place.

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-It was the early 1990s and

-during the dissolution of Communism.

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-Russia was very disorderly.

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-Endaf has had a successful career

-but what has been the highlight?

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-I say this very sincerely in that

-the highlight is getting this award.

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-I'm delighted to receive it...

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-..as it shows that there's

-a strong film industry in Wales.

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-Congratulations to Endaf Emlyn.

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-I'm now joined by the host

-of the night, Arfon Haines Davies.

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-Endaf is worthy of this award.

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-Yes, Endaf deserves the award.

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-I'm delighted that he's won.

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-I remember working with him

-in the 1970s...

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-..a long before your time, Yvonne!

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-He was a great co-worker.

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-This international festival has

-grown over the past five years.

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-Yes, it started five years ago.

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-..but it's over 500 this year.

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-There's all sorts of films.

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-This is a true international

-festival.

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-Kelvin Guy is one of the founders

-of the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.

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-Why did you establish this festival?

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-We established the film festival...

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-..because I was inspired by

-Wales' first silent film actor.

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-It's all down to him.

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-It's about encouraging

-new filmmakers.

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-Aled Wyn Phillips is a judge

-at the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.

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-What were you looking for

-in the short film category?

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-There isn't a lot of things

-to do in a short film...

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-..but it needs to capture you

-straight away.

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-That's great advice

-if you want to compete next year.

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-Good luck to everyone here tonight.

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-Action!

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-Thank you, Yvonne.

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-The boxer, Zack Davies, has been

-my studio guest this evening.

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-The boxing scene has grown.

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-I would train with Anthony Joshua...

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-..who fought in the Olympic Games.

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-What is your ambition?

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-It's great to see his success.

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-I hope to repeat his success.

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-Remind us about the fight

-on Saturday.

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-The fight is part

-of the Welsh Fight Academy.

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-The fight is at 10.00pm.

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-Thank you, Zack.

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-Earlier, we heard of the UEFA

-campaign called #voiceofwales

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-It encourages us to record ourselves

-singing our National Anthem.

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-One group has done that already

-and are the voices of the campaign.

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-Ysgol Glanaethwy can welcome

-Gareth Bale home for the final!

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-# Mae hen wlad fy nhadau

-yn annwyl i mi

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-# Gwlad beirdd a chantorion,

-enwogion o fri

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-# Ei gwrol ryfelwyr

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-# Gwladgarwyr tra mad

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-# Tros ryddid collasant eu gwaed

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-# Gwlad

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-# Gwlad

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-# Pleidiol wyf i'm gwlad

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-# Tra mor yn fur

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-# I'r bur hoff bau

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-# O bydded i'r hen iaith barhau #

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-That was fantastic!

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-Our thanks to Glanaethwy.

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-Thank you all

-for joining us tonight.

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-Until tomorrow, it's goodbye from

-me, Zack and everyone in Llanelli.

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Byddwn yn cwrdd a Chymry Ynys Manaw a dathlu canmlwyddiant Cor Rhydaman. We'll meet Welsh people on the Isle of Man and celebrate the centenary of Cor Rhydaman.