Wed, 15 Mar 2017 Heno


Wed, 15 Mar 2017

Bydd Llinos Lee yn cael cwmni'r bocsiwr Zack Davies a chawn sgwrs gyda Rebecca Trehearn, sydd wedi derbyn enwebiad ar gyfer Gwobr Olivier. Llinos Lee is joined by boxer Zack Dav...


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-Hello and good evening.

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-Welcome to Wednesday night's Heno

-live from Llanelli.

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-There's plenty coming up for you

-over the next 30 minutes.

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-We start with Daf Wyn's story.

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-I've come to a special kitchen

-which is run by Michael Wignall.

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-It has two Michelin stars...

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-..and a Llandybie man is busy

-making a name for himself here.

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-I chat to the boxer, Zack Davies.

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-He's busy making a name for himself

-in the boxing world...

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-..and stars in the new S4C series,

-Y Ffeit.

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-Mother's Day is next weekend

-and you can surprise your mother.

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-There are hampers of goodies to win

-and the details will follow shortly.

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-I also ventured to London

-to chat to this starlet last week.

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-Hello, I'm Rebecca Trehearn and I'm

-nominated for an Olivier Award...

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-..for my role in Show Boat

-in the West End.

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-You can hear more about it later.

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-Gerallt's at an exhibition

-by Paul Eastwood in Wrexham...

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-..which poses the question

-where will Wales be in 100 years.

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-But we start tonight with the

-young chef, Steffan Davies...

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-..who is busy making a name for

-himself in the culinary world...

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-..and has gained

-a lot of recent success.

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-Daf went to find out more.

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-In 170 acres on the outskirts of the

-Dartmoor National Park in Devon...

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-..sits the magical five-star hotel

-of Gidleigh Park.

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-"Once upon a time" is the sign

-that welcomes you as you enter...

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-..because the owners want you

-to be part of their fairytale.

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-Michael Wignall is the executive

-head chef of its restaurant.

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-He has two Michelin Stars

-and five AA rosettes.

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-Steffan Davies from Llandybie is in

-the team and has a few awards too!

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-Tell me how you ended up

-working at Gidleigh Park, Steffan.

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-Michael Caines was the chef and I

-met him at Springboard FutureChef.

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-I did work experience and won

-an apprenticeship five years ago.

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-He left last January and

-was replaced by Michael Wignall.

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-The menu is totally different and

-great but that's how I started here.

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-What's it like to work at Gidleigh

-Park with its two Michelin Stars?

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-This is my first job and there's no

-better place to start your career.

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-How do your family and friends react

-when they come here?

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-They can't believe it and

-have seen nothing like it before.

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-My family come here a lot and

-everyone who comes here loves it.

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-Steffan has recently won

-some major cooking competitions.

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-I won the Junior Chef of Wales

-competition a fortnight ago.

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-I'm also part of

-the Welsh Culinary Team.

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-Last September, we took part in

-the Culinary Olympics in Germany...

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-..and came home

-with two gold medals.

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-What sort of food did you make

-in these competitions?

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-I had to prepare a three-course-meal

-for the Junior Chef of Wales...

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-..so had scallops, Welsh beef

-and an apple and caramel dessert.

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-It's a busy lunch service so can I

-see you at work in the kitchen?

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-Yes, of course.

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-Steffan and the other chefs

-have a long day...

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-..preparing breakfast, lunch, dinner

-and everything in between.

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-It's more than a meal

-but an experience for the senses.

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-You don't win two Michelin Stars

-and five AA rosettes on a whim!

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-Oh, wow!

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-What's this?

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-It's eel, apple, horseradish,

-white chocolate and bacon.

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-Yes, try it.

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-I've never had eel but I'm sure

-it's nice to get two Michelin Stars!

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-Shall I try it together?

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-Shall I try it together?

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-It's up to you.

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-And there's caviar too.

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-Oh, wow!

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-It's deserving

-of two Michelin Stars!

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-He's an integral part of the team...

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-..like anyone from commis chefs

-to head chefs.

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-Everyone brings something to the

-team and Steffan brings his part.

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-It's important for me

-that everyone gets on...

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-..and puts their own personality

-and ideas on the plate.

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-How stressful is it to work

-in this kind of kitchen?

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-Today, everyone is calm

-and knows what they are doing...

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-..but it can get very heated during

-a busy service!

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-What are your hopes

-over the coming years?

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-I want to keep working and

-learning from chefs such as Michael.

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-The final goal

-is to have a place like this myself.

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-It looks great.

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-It's time for a chat with the boxer,

-Zack Davies.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You will star in a new S4C series,

-Y Ffeit.

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-Tell us a bit about yourself.

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-I started boxing at the age of 11.

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-My grandfather and his brothers were

-boxers.

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-I started in Ammanford.

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-I now live in Cardiff.

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-I'm a lightweight.

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-I enjoy boxing.

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-I live in Cardiff and train in

-Cardiff.

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-I have a well-known trainer.

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-Tell us a bit about the series.

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-It will show highlights of the best

-Welsh Pro Boxing and MMA bouts.

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-Y Ffeit is a six-part series.

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-The show will be hosted from

-different locations every week.

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-The first episode is from

-an evening of boxing...

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-..at Merthyr Tydfil

-Leisure Centre.

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-Boxing uses hands alone...

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-..but MMA uses the entire body

-to fight.

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-I'm a pundit on the programme.

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-How does the programme work?

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-They will record the first fight on

-the 25 March...

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-.and will air it

-on the first programme.

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-Brett Johns is making a name for

-himself.

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-We hear more about Welsh boxers

-these days.

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-Y Ffeit airs every Wednesday

-from 29 March on S4C at 9.30pm.

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-We'll chat again later.

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-Mother's Day falls on 26 March

-which is next weekend.

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-If you don't know how to spoil

-your mum on this special day...

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-..don't worry as we've done

-all the hard work for you!

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-There are three hampers up for grabs

-for three special mothers.

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-Here are the details.

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-Sunday 26 March is Mother's Day.

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-It's a chance to celebrate

-all mums throughout Wales.

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-We've got three hampers full of

-goodies for three special mothers.

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-If your mother deserves a surprise

-on Mother's Day...

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-..write to us explaining why she's

-so special and worthy of a hamper.

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-The best story will receive

-a hamper before next Sunday.

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-Email us at heno@tinopolis.com,

-or contact us via our Facebook page.

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-Send us your stories and nominations

-before 3.00pm on Monday 20 March.

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-It's National Science Week.

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-This week, we've met contributors

-in fields from biology to physics.

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-Manod Williams specializes in

-bio-veterinary at Aberystwyth.

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-My name is Manod Williams.

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-I'm a teaching fellow at Ibers

-and specialize in livestock...

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-..and more specifically

-in dairy cattle.

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-I've got a great interest in the

-behaviour patterns of dairy cattle.

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-It's relevant for production

-and the welfare of livestock.

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-I focus on using GPS to map the

-location of cattle in the field.

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-It measures their performance,

-how often they graze...

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-..the quality of the grass

-and how often do they rest.

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-This helps improve performances

-and monitors for 24 hours a day.

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-Science is needed to be used

-on farms on a daily basis...

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-..and it doesn't just

-involve dairy cattle.

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-Farmers record daily performances...

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-..so we are using science

-without realizing it.

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-Feeding the industry via

-research work in several fields...

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-..will help livestock farmers.

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-Technology is required to improve

-welfare and performance in business.

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-It also helps the industry

-take any future steps.

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-It's time for a short break,

-but stayed tuned for all of this.

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-Good luck to the horse, To Be Fair.

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-After the break, I'll chat about my

-nomination for an Olivier Award...

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-..for my role in Show Boat.

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-Paul Eastwood's exhibition also asks

-us where will Wales be in 100 years.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Last week, I was in London visiting

-the Rhyl starlet, Rebecca Trehearn.

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-The last time she was on Heno, she

-told Daf about her role in Show Boat

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-As a result of this gig,

-she's received some exciting news.

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-My name is Minnie Goetze.

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-I'm recording this to a cassette

-tape as my life has gotten crazy.

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-If you're listening to this

-without my permission, stop now.

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-Just stop!

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-Thanks for making the time in

-your busy schedule to chat with me.

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-You're currently appearing every

-night at the Southwark Playhouse.

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-Yes, and thank you for coming

-all the way to see me.

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-What are you doing at the moment?

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-I'm in The Diary of a Teenage Girl

-at the Southwark Playhouse.

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-It runs until 25 March and I love it

-but it's different to Show Boat.

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-Before this production, you were

-on the West End in Show Boat.

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-What was it like?

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-What was it like?

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-It was fantastic!

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-We came from Sheffield and didn't

-really expect it to be so special.

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-I worked with the Welshman, Daniel

-Evans who is an amazing director.

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-# I used to dream

-that I would discover

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-# The perfect lover some day #

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-After your fantastic performance

-in that show...

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-..you've been nominated

-for an Olivier Award.

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-Yes, and I didn't expect it when

-we started the show in Sheffield.

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-Everyone wants the award as it's

-like the Oscar of the theatre world.

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-The production has been nominated

-for the Best Musical Revival Award.

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-How did you learn of the nomination?

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-How did you learn of the nomination?

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-Twitter!

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-Did you just read it on Twitter?

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-Did you just read it on Twitter?

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-Yes, I was in bed and read it.

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-I'm a proper girl so have

-to ask about what you'll be wearing.

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-I don't know but will go shopping

-this week for something new.

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-Do you know the other women who have

-been nominated in your category?

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-Yes, and I've seen them all perform

-and they are all amazing.

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-Emma is a good friend

-so the musical world is very small!

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-Will you be looking around the room

-at the ceremony?

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-Yes, I want to spot the celebs

-and will probably be star struck.

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-It's at the Royal Albert Hall

-which is a glorious building.

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-Will you be nervous?

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-Will you be nervous?

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-I'll have butterflies in my stomach.

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-# Oh, I can't explain

-why he should be

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-# Just the one,

-one man in the world for me #

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-What does a nomination for an

-Olivier Award mean for your future?

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-I hope these successes

-are constructive.

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-I don't expect

-my career to change overnight...

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-..but I've been developing my career

-since I was a child.

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-I hope it brings

-more interesting work.

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-Do you have an ambition?

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-I'd love to do a brand-new show...

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-..work on Broadway

-and with the National Theatre.

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-Good luck and all of Wales is hoping

-that you win that Oliver Award.

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-Congratulations to you.

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-# Because he's just my Bill #

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-Good luck to Rebecca.

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-If you know someone with a garden

-that's striking, intriguing...

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-..fascinating or historical,

-then S4C want to hear from you.

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-Here are the details.

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-There's no place better to get

-some inspiration for the garden...

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-..than in a garden centre.

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-Although it's winter, there's

-plenty going on under the soil.

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-There's nothing entertaining about a

-couple of worms shuffling around...

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-..or a few bulbs

-sprouting out of sight.

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-From the spring, we're filming

-a series about gardens in Wales.

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-Not just any old gardens, mind you,

-but some very different gardens.

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-Gardens full of hedges and trees...

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-..prickly gardens...

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-..gardens with collections, but I'm

-not sure about pigs on motorbikes.

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-Gardens with interesting

-arrangements...

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-..or colourful gardens.

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-Or maybe it's just a garden

-to enjoy.

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-Any kind of garden,

-be it square, round or triangular.

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-If it's interesting

-and you'd like us to film it...

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-..get in touch.

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-It could be you on the programme.

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-Don't forget to get in touch.

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-What will Wales look like

-in 100 years?

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-Will the Welsh language still exist?

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-They're just some of the questions

-posed by the artist Paul Eastwood...

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-..with his current

-art installations at Wrexham.

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-Gerallt's been to admire his work.

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-"Segrgrair" is the name of

-Paul Eastwood's art installation...

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-..that combines projections,

-sound and graphics.

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-Paul was raised in English but had a

-Welsh language education in Wrexham.

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-"Segrgrair" looks at the future

-of being Welsh in this area.

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-"Segrgrair" is an unfamiliar word

-and I've never heard of it before...

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-..so what does it mean?

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-I'm told that it has

-two possible meanings...

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-..namely a beautiful relic

-or a holy relic.

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-I chose this word because

-we live in a bilingual world...

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-..and a lot of people

-want two words for everything.

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-I wanted a word in Welsh

-that reflected my ideas...

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-..so I chose the word, "Segrgrair."

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-Why put it in neon lights

-in this exhibition?

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-I wanted some sort of light

-that pointed to something.

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-When I entered the word into Google,

-I only had one page of results...

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-..so I wanted to shed some light

-on the word of "Segrgrair"...

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-..and give it a new meaning

-in this century.

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-You discuss Welsh, being Welsh

-and the architecture of Wrexham.

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-Where does the police headquarters

-in Wrexham fit into your exhibition?

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-It's a perfect example

-of the 1970s Brutalist architecture.

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-It gives a snapshot

-of Wales and Wrexham.

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-You don't hear Welsh on the street

-so where can we converse in Welsh?

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-I think about a door

-or the architecture of a room.

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-You step through the door

-and can converse.

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-It's important

-to think of architecture...

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-..when you think about the

-opportunities to use the language.

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-What are you hoping to achieve

-with this exhibition?

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-I've imagined the demise of the

-Welsh language in a century.

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-The exhibition

-interprets all my concepts.

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-When you look for a picture

-to represent the language...

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-..you realize that the best things

-you have are the words...

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-..which is why I chose to use words

-in this video and script.

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-The Segrgrair exhibition is held at

-11 and 12 Chester Street in Wrexham.

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-It runs until 1 April,

-so pay it a visit.

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-If your mother deserves a surprise

-on Mother's Day...

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-..write to us explaining why she's

-so special and worthy of a hamper.

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-Email us at heno@tinopolis.com,

-or contact us via our Facebook page.

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-The boxer, Zack Davies

-has been my studio guest tonight.

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-Zack stars in a new S4C series

-called Y Ffeit which starts soon.

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-Y Ffeit airs every Wednesday

-from 29 March on S4C at 9.30pm.

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-The first programme will be filmed

-on the 25 March.

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-I'll be a pundit.

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-What is next for you?

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-I have a fight in Swansea in May.

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-Thank you, Zack.

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-That's it from Heno, but Prynhawn Da

-entertains you from 2.00pm tomorrow.

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-Dr Ann opens the surgery doors and

-there's plenty of fashion from Huw.

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-Angharad joins you on Heno tomorrow.

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-Gerallt visits a brand-new cafe on

-the Maesgeirchen estate in Bangor.

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-The musician, Ryland Teifi

-returns home from Ireland.

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-He drops in for a chat and song.

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-Rhodri Davies also traces the

-history of the iconic Rolls Royce.

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-Until tomorrow, it's goodnight

-from the team in Llanelli.

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Bydd Llinos Lee yn cael cwmni'r bocsiwr Zack Davies a chawn sgwrs gyda Rebecca Trehearn, sydd wedi derbyn enwebiad ar gyfer Gwobr Olivier. Llinos Lee is joined by boxer Zack Davies.