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-It's one of my favourites.
-It's by John Hardy.
-Tell us more about the award.
-They say that I'm having
-Y Selar award.
-The romance continues as we hear
-some of your love stories...
-..that include people
-who found love online...
-..and a couple
-who have been married for 70 years!
-Gerallt tells us about
-a special exhibition in Pwllheli.
-I'm at the gallery
-at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw.
-There's an exhibition to honour the
-two who established the gallery.
-It's Gwyneth and Dafydd ap Tomos.
-I also chat to Catrin Williams who
-is exhibiting work in China.
-We're also joined by Iestyn Wyn
-from Stonewall Cymru.
-The postman, Cefin Vaughan...
-..tells us about the challenge
-he set himself as he turns 40.
-We also step back
-to the Roman era...
-..to hear of a new blockbuster
-television series called Britannia.
-Stay tuned for all this and more!
-We start the programme
-with Heather Jones.
-Welcome to the programme.
-It's quite an honour to receive
-this award from Y Selar.
-It will be a big night in
-Aberystwyth and you deserve it.
-The event happens in Aberystwyth
-on Friday night.
-I've enjoyed singing and
-have been several groups.
-I've enjoyed singing
-for the people of Wales.
-There's also a special gig.
-I have to sing
-before I get the award.
-The gig is in Aberystwyth.
-I will be staying with my friend,
-She's my best friend and
-we will enjoy some wine!
-Let's go back to the 1960s.
-You used to sing with a band.
-I sung solo and with Bara Menyn
-many moons ago.
-I sang with Meic Stephens too.
-Bara Menyn was a professional group.
-We made records.
-The group only lasted a year.
-We were quite different.
-This was due to Meic's influence.
-He told me to wear
-my hair differently!
-You were also a fashion icon
-at the time.
-Meic came from London and
-had been to Manchester.
-He pushed our boundaries.
-We've got a few of your singles.
-These records are worth
-a fortune now.
-# Losing the language
-# And losing dignity
-# Losing inspiration
-# Losing poetry
-# Losing the crown of a community
-# Replacing it
-with a slang-ridden patois
-# Losing the old melodious tunes
-# Losing the resounding choirs
-# Losing the delicate strings
-of the harp
-# Replacing it with
-meaningless gabble #
-That was wonderful.
-That's an anthem.
-You look emotional.
-Yes, I feel emotional watching that!
-No Welsh was spoken in my home.
-Do you remember seeing the lyrics
-for the first time?
-Ray Smith sent it to me.
-It was an unaccompanied piece.
-Geraint told me the tune
-would sound great.
-It worked perfectly and has lasted.
-The old county of Dyfed has produced
-many long-distance runners...
-..such as Dewi Griffiths,
-Caryl Jones and Josh Griffiths.
-Yesterday, hundreds of children
-faced challenging conditions...
-..at the Dyfed Schools Cross Country
-Championships in Dinefwr Park.
-Rhodri Gomer was there too!
-Many of the world's best
-..honed their skill on cross country
-courses like this at Dinefwr Park.
-You need a specific talent
-to overcome these conditions!
-We didn't expect last night's rain
-as it was dry yesterday...
-..but this is cross country and
-everyone seems to have enjoyed it.
-How tough it was out there?
-It was really tough because
-of the mud and rain of recent days.
-It was horrible and not nice at all!
-The mud was splashing all over you
-and it wasn't very nice at all.
-Why do you enjoy
-cross country events?
-I love the feeling of achievement
-you get at crossing the finish line.
-Why are you so nasty
-to these children?
-That's one way of looking at it.
-Today's conditions are tough
-as the mud is up to their knees.
-It also tests them
-and the girls enjoy it too.
-Yesterday saw seven races for the
-secondary school runners in Dyfed.
-Each had their own reason
-for taking part.
-I like the competition
-because I'm quite competitive...
-..and the mud can be quite fun too!
-I do a cross country event every
-month to stay fit over the winter.
-I like track racing in the summer
-but this is difficult.
-I'm a triathlete so this provides me
-with training for my summer season.
-Dewi Griffiths and Caryl Jones
-have done this event.
-Dewi won the Welsh Championships
-five times but he started here.
-The course was muddy and slippery
-but I'm happy with my win.
-They struggle at first
-but it's a challenge.
-They can look back on it with pride.
-Congratulations to everyone
-who took part in that heavy rain.
-I hope you're not suffering today!
-After the break, we chat with
-Iestyn Wyn from Stonewall Cymru.
-There's a number of campaigns
-at the moment.
-Yes, that's right.
-There are a few events
-on our calendar.
-We hear of a new exhibition at
-the gallery in Plas Glyn-y-Weddw...
-..that pays tribute
-to those who started the gallery.
-There's also the autograss drivers
-who formed a choir and made a CD.
-It's Valentine's Day so we head
-into the break with a love story...
-..sent to us by our viewers,
-Kate Harwood and Kyle Muir.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-We want to thank everyone who sent
-a message over the last few days.
-It feels like months ago when Wales
-played Scotland in the Six Nations.
-The Welsh Anthem stopped and
-Kyle was on one knee and proposed.
-It was a very special moment
-that was shared with our friends.
-It's a bit crazy that the television
-cameras caught it...
-..but we can watch it back
-in the future.
-Everyone in the stadium was
-supportive and celebrated with us.
-It's great that other organizations
-support us too.
-There are many campaigns
-at the moment.
-The LGBT has to work and everyone
-has to work with them for rights.
-This work is incredibly important,
-Their work is incredibly important
-in Wales and across the world.
-We want to send a positive message.
-Wales is leading the way
-in terms of LGBT rights.
-Next, we head to Llanbedrog
-..to hear of the latest exhibition
-at the gallery in Plas Glyn-y-Weddw.
-Gerallt will explain it all.
-Welcome to Plas Glyn-y-Weddw Gallery
-As a programme, we always receive
-a warm welcome here.
-The current exhibition
-celebrates the legacy...
-..of Gwyneth and Dafydd ap Tomos,
-who founded this gallery.
-There wouldn't be a gallery in
-Llanbedrog were it not for them.
-It was 1979, when Plas Glyn-y-Weddw
-was in danger of being dilapidated.
-It was then that Gwyneth and Dafydd
-ap Tomos started on a venture...
-..that is a now a gallery
-of national importance.
-It's the turn of the gallery
-to thank the pair.
-As a gallery, we felt it was time
-for us to pay tribute to the couple.
-Gwyneth passed away in December 2016
-and we wanted to thank them.
-Portraits of Wales and Snowdon were
-the subjects of Gwyneth works.
-Legacy is an appropriate name
-for the exhibition...
-..that celebrates the couples
-How many people told you
-that you were making a mistake?
-Many people thought we were insane.
-We were shocked that my father and
-Gwyneth's mother didn't think it...
-..and that meant more than what
-anyone else said.
-As you look on the place today,
-you must be extremely proud.
-It took a lot of work, but it has
-become a home for Welsh artists.
-The images of you in this room are
-better than anything from Hollywood.
-The images are the style of the time
-in black and white.
-Many modern artists have contributed
-images to the exhibition...
-..and Rob Piercy from Porthmadog
-is one of those.
-It's an honour to be a part
-of this important exhibition.
-Gwyneth ap Tomos was important
-in my career.
-Through knowing Gwyneth,
-I exhibited my work in Cardiff...
-..which has led me
-from one thing to another.
-I'm so pleased to see that people
-are appreciating their work.
-The exhibition is an opportunity for
-modern artists to react to the work.
-These panels behind me will move
-to a permanent home upstairs...
-..thanks to funding from the Welsh
-Government to mark their work.
-Another artist exhibiting
-their work is Catrin Williams.
-How did you react to the work and
-life of Gwyneth ap Tomos?
-I created a landscape portrait
-You can see my experience of being
-in a lovely area...
-..with the teapot dance, wonderful
-culture and Gwyneth's welcome.
-This is a very exciting time for you
-as an artist.
-Your work is on the way
-to Chongqing in China.
-Yes, Oriel Tegryn - Martin Tinney
-Gallery is responsible.
-Over 100 pieces are going,
-four of the pieces are mine.
-They are celebrating the New Year
-and we're celebrating Welsh art.
-On Saturday 3 March at 2.00pm,
-Dafydd ap Tomos will hold a tour...
-..around the exhibition
-at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw.
-It will be very interesting.
-From all of us
-at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, goodbye.
-Don't forget about that guided tour
-in the gallery.
-Good luck to Catrin
-and her work in China.
-Do you know anything
-It's a sport where drivers
-speed around on grass and mud...
-..with the "pedal to the metal!"
-Some drivers and fans meet for
-another reason and that's to sing...
-..and the Autograss Allstars
-have just released their debut CD.
-Autograss drivers do a lot
-of fund-raising for charity.
-Four years ago when the last
-Band Aid single was recorded...
-..I posted on Facebook that
-autograss group should do the same.
-It started the ball rolling
-and the project grew.
-we revealed our plan to the world.
-# Fly me up to where you are
-beyond the distant star #
-We all met for the first time
-in Walsall in October...
-..and came to Llangennech
-in December to record it.
-We rehearsed in the school...
-..before recording the CD with
-Tim Hammil at Sonic One Studios.
-# A breath away's not far
-to where you are #
-Nobody in the choir had sung before
-other than in the shower or karaoke.
-We met in Walsall
-and I took the role of conductor...
-..and spent time with the sopranos,
-altos, tenors and bass singers...
-..to fine polish all they had learnt
-and incorporate a few things.
-It's been very odd because I'm
-familiar with working with choirs...
-..and autograss racing...
-..and never expected both worlds
-to meet in the middle.
-Our fund-raising target for Cancer
-Research UK has moved many times.
-It's a crucial charity
-that is important to many of us.
-# Oh-oh-oh-oh #
-I'm proud of what we've achieved.
-Everyone involved can't believe
-how successful the songs have been.
-We hope to raise a lot of money.
-There's no telling
-what our next project will be!
-# Will I see you again? #
-All the songs
-are available on iTunes...
-..and all proceeds
-go to Cancer Research UK.
-We've just received an email about
-an event tomorrow.
-It's RIFIW 2017 by Clwb y Dwrlyn...
-..which is the Welsh Society
-in Creigiau and Pentyrch.
-It's at the Pentyrch Rugby Club
-from 8.00pm tomorrow.
-It's a light-hearted look over the
-year through sketches and songs.
-All are welcome to the free event.
-After the break, we meet
-a postman from Pembrokeshire...
-..who has set himself a massive
-challenge as he turns 40.
-welcome to the programme.
-There's the Welsh influence on the
-latest series on Sky Atlantic...
-which is all about the Romans.
-We meet the couple from Talgarreg
-who have been married for 70 years.
Dai Jones a Meleri Williams fydd yn sgwrsio am gyfres newydd Cefn Gwlad, a chawn weld arddangosfa o anifeiliaid Lego! Dai Jones and Meleri Williams talk about the new series of Cefn Gwlad.