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Wed, 19 Apr 2017

Cawn gwrdd a rai o redwyr dewr Marathon Llundain, a'n gwestai fydd y cyn-chwaraewr rygbi Clive Rowlands. We'll meet brave London Marathon runners, and our guest is Clive Rowlands.


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-This is what else we have for you

-between now and 8.00pm.

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-We're joined by the former

-rugby coach, Clive Rowlands...

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-..and the actor, Julian Lewis Jones.

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-and bodybuilding!

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-There's more brave viewers

-who are running the London Marathon.

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-We hear about a new literary

-festival in Llandeilo.

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-Elin and Alun are teasing

-their taste buds tonight!

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-I'm at Pontrug to learn

-about making the perfect cup of tea.

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-It's the cusp of National Tea Day

-but I've been celebrating all day.

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-I like my tea black

-with plenty of sugar!

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-Forget all the artificial sugar

-with Elin Fflur.

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-Nothing beats the flavour

-of traditional Welsh pure honey.

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-It's a very warm welcome to Heno.

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-but topical question.

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-Where is the Lions rugby team

-touring this summer?

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-1) France, 2) New Zealand,

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-I'd say 1,000 is a real fortune.

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-It's only Wednesday and we've had

-some big announcements already.

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-Yesterday, Theresa May called

-for a snap General Election.

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-Today, Warren Gatland

-has revealed his Lions team...

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-..that will go on tour

-to New Zealand this summer.

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-Twelve Welsh players have been named

-in the squad of 41.

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-Leigh Halfpenny plays for Toulon,

-Ross Moriarty is in Leicester...

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-..Talupe Faletau plays for Bath

-and George North is in Northampton.

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-The Ospreys players

-are Dan Biggar, Alun Wyn Jones...

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-..Justin Tipuric and Rhys Webb.

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-There's a trio of Scarlets...

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-..are Liam Williams,

-Jonathan Davies and Ken Owens.

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-The Blues player, Sam Warburton

-has been chosen to captain the team.

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-Congratulations to them all.

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-Tonight, we're joined

-by Clive Rowlands.

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-He chose and managed the Lions team

-for the tour of Australia in 1989.

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-What do you think about the Welshmen

-who have been chosen for the squad?

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-I'm happy with the selection.

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-I'm delighted that Ken Owens

-and Ross Moriarty have made it.

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-They deserve it.

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-I can't believe that only two from

-the Scottish team are in the squad.

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-Scotland played well against Wales

-and Ireland.

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-We have to be as tough as we can.

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-I feel sorry for Launchbury.

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-I've seen him play for Wasps.

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-I would have taken him

-with Alun Wyn Jones.

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-He would have been perfect

-for New Zealand.

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-I don't think the England captain

-deserved to go.

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-He is a New Zealander.

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-He will be returning to New Zealand.

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-What about Sam Warburton

-as the captain?

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-I thought Alun Wyn Jones

-would be named captain.

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-But Sam was wonderful

-in the things that he said.

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-He said some wonderful things

-about the players...

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-..the New Zealand players

-and the country.

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-I didn't expect it.

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-He will have to play well to be

-in the team.

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-I agree with Clive.

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-I saw Launchbury play on Sunday.

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-He was fantastic.

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-He passes well.

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-I feel for the Scottish players.

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-I would have liked to have seen

-the Gray brothers in the line-up.

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-Gatland doesn't want to do something

-which is ordinary.

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-What will they be doing in the

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-We used to meet a fortnight

-before the tour.

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-The clubs still have

-some games left.

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-Some of the players

-might get injured.

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-I can't believe Julian and

-I feel the same.

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-In recent weeks, we've met some of

-those running the London Marathon.

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-The marathon is on Sunday.

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-Tonight, we meet

-a few more brave runners...

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-..and hear about the charities

-that they've chosen to support.

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-Two weeks ago, Tracey called me and

-said her guide runner was injured.

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-He wasn't able to run in London

-so I had the SOS call to help her.

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-I finished running around the track

-last year with Steffan.

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-I needed another challenge because

-you can't just stop running.

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-I had a look and thought I'd run

-the London Marathon for charity.

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-I wanted to help other disabled

-children getting into sport.

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-I couldn't refuse Tracey after all

-I experienced as her guide runner.

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-I'm excited but nervous

-as marathons are long and painful.

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-One trip and Tracey and I

-could be flat on our faces!

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-I need to concentrate and

-the last section will be tough...

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-..as the body and mind

-will be tired.

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-I'd like to run under four hours.

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-I'd like to run under four hours.

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-Keep that to yourself!

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-It's too late now.

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-This is my first marathon but

-I've done a half marathon before.

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-I've been training since October and

-had a few setbacks but am on track.

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-I'm running to fulfil a dream.

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-My sister and I watched Dad running

-and we'd watch the London Marathon.

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-I'm running for Barnardo's as Dad

-worked for them for over 20 years...

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-..so it's always been part

-of our family.

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-Barnardo's isn't just about adoption

-and fostering...

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-..as they help young carers to take

-a break from caring for parents.

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-I was given a target of 1,800

-and I'm almost at that target.

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-I counted the money I've got at home

-and on my Just Giving page...

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-..and I'm on target

-but want to smash it.

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-I'm excited about the day as all the

-crowd will be shouting and cheering.

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-through the 26 miles.

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-I'm doing the marathon

-because I wanted a challenge.

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-I haven't set a target time

-as I'm running for charity.

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-The girl running with me hasn't done

-a marathon either...

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-..and we hope to cross

-the finish line together.

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-I've got tendonitis in my ankle

-so need to rest.

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-I did 16 miles last week so will

-keep my feet up until the marathon.

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-Shane Williams is from the area

-and he's running again.

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-I hope to catch him

-but he's a fast runner.

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-I started running eight years ago

-and have done a few marathons.

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-I'm very excited about running

-the London Marathon.

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-My charity is the Pulmonary

-Hypertension Association.

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-A close friend

-was diagnosed two years ago...

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-..and she will only improve

-with a heart and lung transplant.

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-It's very serious and

-I wanted to do something for her.

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-It's tough to find the oomph

-to run in the winter...

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-..but easier when the days

-are longer.

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-I'd like to do it in five hours

-or four and a half hours...

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-..but will take selfies on

-the bridge and at Cutty Sark...

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-..so it might slow me down

-but I'm really excited.

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-We'll hear from more runners

-in the London Marathon later.

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-Have you run a marathon?

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-I couldn't do a car marathon.

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-Clive has got to leave us to go

-to a special family celebration.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-It's my son's birthday.

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-Dewi is 50.

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-I'll have a glass of something

-to celebrate.

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-After the break, Alun discovers

-why we should protect Welsh bees.

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-Gaynor Jones and Elinor Wyn Reynolds

-chat about the Llandeilo Litfest.

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-We've also got this...

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-We were on a spectacular beach

-in Pembrokeshire.

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-I've shot in Wales a lot and always

-enjoy it. That's not PR but a fact.

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-Yes, the actor Bill Nighy tells us

-about a film he shot in Wales.

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-Make sure you come back

-after the break to find out more.

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-Next, we enter the bee world.

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-It's the start of a new season

-but our bees are in danger.

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-Bees are hit by many diseases,

-but how can we help?

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-We sent Alun Williams

-to find the answer.

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-Welcome to Cwrt Henri where

-I'm joined by Gruff the beekeeper.

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

-

-I'm very well, thank you.

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-Can you explain what we have here?

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-This is a hive

-that I started last year.

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-You can see the queen that I raised

-last year.

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-They survived the winter and

-have been moved to a larger hive.

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-The queen will lay about 1,000

-to 1,500 eggs so need more room.

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-We're hoping to have some honey

-in the next four weeks...

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-..and I can start collecting honey.

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-How many bees have you got here?

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-In mid summer, this hive could have

-about 70,000 bees...

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-..but there's currently

-about 20,000 to 30,000.

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-How did your interest in beekeeping

-start?

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-I've always been interested

-in farming and beekeeping.

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-At my parents home in Crwban, there

-wasn't room to keep sheep or cattle.

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-I could only keep bees

-and that's how it all started.

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-It isn't very common.

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-How many bees have you got?

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-At the moment, I've got about 70,000

-in the whole of Carmarthenshire.

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-You've got plenty to keep you busy.

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-Your wife, Angharad is here so

-what are your thoughts on all this?

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-It's great that Gruff does this.

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-Unfortunately,

-honey bees are under threat...

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-..due to changes in the climate

-and chemicals...

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-..so bees can no longer survive

-without beekeepers.

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-Gruff is helping

-to sustain the bee population.

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-I don't help Gruff from day to day

-as I don't like getting too close...

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-..but I'm ready to help him collect

-the honey and put it in jars.

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-I think Gruff

-is doing a great thing.

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-I've got one of your jars of honey.

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-Can you tell us how the honey

-reaches the jar, Gruff?

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-It's very simple.

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-We remove the frame from the hive,

-slice off the wax...

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-..place it in the spinner

-and filter it coarsely once...

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-Pfft! Sorry!

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-We remove any part that isn't edible

-and it goes straight in the pot.

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-And it's delicious.

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-Don't worry,

-I'll bring some back to the studio.

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-Thanks to Gruff and Angharad!

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-I hope Alun remembers

-to bring back that honey!

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-The Llandeilo Litfest

-takes place over four days...

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-..from Thursday 27 April

-until Sunday 30 April.

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-This new festival will offer a range

-of activities at various locations.

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-The organizer, Gaynor Jones and

-participant, Elinor Wyn Reynolds...

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-..have joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about the festival.

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-The Llandeilo Litfest

-is a brand-new festival.

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-Four years ago,

-there was a series of festivals...

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-..that were held in Dinefwr Park.

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-Someone organized a book fair.

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-They thought of organizing

-a book festival.

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-It starts on Thursday.

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-There's something for the old

-and young.

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-There's events for all sorts

-of people.

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-The Welsh language is important

-to the festival.

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-The Welsh language is the main focus

-of the festival.

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-We've got an event about

-William Williams Pantycelyn...

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-..and Lisa Fearn is at the Gin House

-in the night.

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-Elinor Wyn Reynolds has an event

-on Friday.

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-There's also an event

-for Welsh learners.

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-What will you be doing, Elinor?

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-This is great for getting me

-out of the house!

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-Thank you, Gaynor!

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-Aneirin Karadog and I have been

-organizing events...

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-..where we have a fun,

-informal night...

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-..that has poetry and

-all sorts of things.

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-We're going to have the night

-in Llandeilo...

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-..with Eurig Salisbury

-and many more.

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-We'll have poems on various themes.

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-These festivals are popular.

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-These festivals are great.

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-There was a festival in Laugharne

-a few weeks ago.

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-It's a great way of bringing people

-to an area.

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-The public like to meet authors.

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-Yes, and I chat

-with Branwen Davies...

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-..and Iestyn Hughes about their book

-on Welsh Woollen Mills.

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-Sarah Reynolds chats about learning

-the Welsh language.

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-It's going to be great to meet these

-authors.

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-You read the work from a new

-perspective.

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-The Llandeilo Litfest

-is held from 27 to 30 April.

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-On Friday, the new film,

-Their Finest opens in our cinemas.

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-The film is set in 1940

-during the Second World War.

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-The early reviews claim it's a film

-to make you laugh and cry.

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-Over half of the film

-was shot in Wales...

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-..at Freshwater beach, Porthgain,

-Haverfordwest and Swansea.

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-Last night, the stars of the film

-were at its premiere in Cardiff.

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-Bill Nighy is here and it's great

-to see this famous actor in Cardiff.

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-He stars in the film

-and is supporting it.

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-It adds gravitas to the occasion.

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-Wales has become more well-known

-than ever before...

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-..as a fantastic location

-for all sorts of films.

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-We were really lucky because we came

-in October when it should be wet...

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-..but it was beautiful

-autumnal sunshine.

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-We were on a spectacular beach

-in Pembrokeshire.

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-I've shot in Wales a lot and always

-enjoy it. That's not PR but a fact.

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-Mrs Cole?

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-Where is she?

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-Cut!

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-Could someone please get Mr Hilliard

-out of Dunkirk?

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-It's important

-to make films in Wales.

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-It helps promote Wales as a location

-outside London.

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-There's the mountains, the sea,

-the countryside and cities.

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-Wales has everything you need

-for making a film.

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-I've heard a lot about the film...

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-..and it's fantastic to have

-Bill Nighy in Wales.

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-I'm looking forward to seeing it.

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-It's a romantic comedy set in 1940

-in London during the Blitz.

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-It's a cracking good night out.

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-They will laugh as we've taken it

-around the world and everybody has.

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-Everyone seems to cry and it gives

-you something to think about.

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-Hello... oh, certainly.

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-No, it's just that the caption

-at the end is going to be...

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-.."He's not listening

-but the enemy might be!"

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-It's a joke for women who think

-their husbands never pay attention.

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-It's an important international film

-with a flavour of Wales...

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-..because we'll see it on the screen

-and we should be proud of it.

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-We're proud to have the celebrities

-here and I'm sure I'll enjoy it.

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-It's great to see the stars out

-in Wales.

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-After the break, Julian Lewis Jones

-chats about bodybuilding.

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-Julian is presenting a new programme

-about a giant of the sport.

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-Tonight, I'm in Pontrug to learn

-about making the perfect cup of tea.

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-There's all sorts of tea to be had.

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-You can hear all about it

-in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Arnold Schwarzenegger and Hulk Hogan

-are two names that spring to mind...

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-..when you think about bodybuilding.

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-This Friday, S4C has a programme

-about the Welsh Schwarzenegger...

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-..or Flex Lewis as he's known.

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-Julian Lewis Jones presents

-the programme and he joins us now.

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-You've been interested in the sport

-of bodybuilding for many years.

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-Yes, I've had an interest

-in bodybuilding for many years.

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-I started weightlifting

-when I was a teenager.

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-It helped with an illness

-I had when i was in my teens.

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-It was my dream to go to America...

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-..and be a coach in bodybuilding.

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-That has changed!

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-I became an actor!

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-Who is James Lewis or Flex Lewis?

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-Flex Lewis is a superstar!

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-He's won Mr Olympia so many times.

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-Let's see a clip of

-Flex Lewis: Schwarzenegger Cymru.

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-What I done was...

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-..I bought the Arnold encyclopaedia

-and that's how I won the show!

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-Thank you very much.

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-My Olympia is the world's biggest

-professional bodybuilding event.

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-James Flex Lewis

-has won four consecutive awards.

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-In this programme, I join Flex as he

-aims for his fifth Olympia title...

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-..and look at the role

-of bodybuilding in Wales.

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-How much weight have you lost?

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-It's just over seven stone.

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-I'll also look at Flex's influence.

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-Seeing a Welshman reach that level

-is a real inspiration to us.

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-Flex Lewis!

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-He's huge!

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-He's from Llanelli.

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-Yes, he's from Dafen in Llanelli.

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-His parents still live in the area.

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-He's grounded.

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-He's a real Llanelli boy.

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-He lives in Florida with his family.

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-It's a shame that he hasn't been

-recognized in Wales...

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-..because this man is at the top

-of his game.

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-It's a difficult lifestyle.

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-I couldn't do it.

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-It's very disciplined.

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-Watching him training

-is one thing...

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-..but then there's also the diet

-that you have to consider.

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-There are two categories

-in the Mr Olympia.

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-Flex competes in one category

-that is all about weight.

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-He's a hero for many.

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-It's amazing that this man is so

-successful in the world.

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-He's done this in America.

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-I think he's so determined.

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-He should be a hero.

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-Thank you, Julian.

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-This week, we celebrate

-National Tea Day.

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-It's claimed that Welsh people have

-been drinking tea for 400 years.

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-Today, you can purchase tea

-in a variety of flavours.

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-To celebrate this special day, Elin

-has been to meet a tea connoisseur.

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-You've heard some interesting

-stories about the drink, Elin.

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-Good evening to you all.

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-Yes, I've heard some very

-interesting stories about tea.

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-I'm in Pontrug.

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-This company is making the best cup

-of tea possible.

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-Earlier, I visited a special tearoom

-in Llangefni that is quite unique.

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-The Oriel Daniel Tearoom

-is on the high street in Llangefni.

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-It's run by John Morris

-and his son, Rhys.

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-Rhys is responsible for the cooking

-and the artwork...

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-..whilst John welcomes customers

-in his own unique way.

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-I've never had such a warm welcome

-in a cafe before.

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-Can you explain your attire to me?

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-As I mentioned earlier...

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-..Uncle Henry was a butler

-to the Marquis at Plas Newydd.

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-I was invited to Plas Newydd and it

-was like entering a different world.

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-As I child, I thought the Marquis

-and Marchioness were film stars.

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-I watched my uncle serve tea

-and I'll show you how he did it.

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-You couldn't serve tea to the

-Marquis without white gloves.

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-When the Royal Family visited...

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-..my uncle had to wear his bowler

-hat and gloves to welcome them.

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-I feel like royalty

-because this is a real treat for me.

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-Let me give you some milk too.

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-Enjoy your cup of tea.

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-Enjoy your cup of tea.

-

-That's lovely, thank you.

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-John and Rhys

-offer a very unique experience.

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-They have customers from all over

-the world as well as the local area.

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-I love coming here because these

-sorts of places are very rare.

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-The china cups are great.

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-It's wonderful as it gives you

-a full experience of a Welsh town.

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-It's all through

-the medium of Welsh.

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-I love coming here.

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-The company is interesting

-and you get delicious scones.

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-It's a wonderful place to socialize.

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-I'm one of the few people

-who remembers Plas Newydd as a home.

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-People come here thanks to my link

-with my uncle and the Marquis.

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-They want the same experience

-and to take my photograph.

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-I've got a long day and I can't

-come here without having some cake!

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-You're not leaving

-unless you've had a homemade scone.

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-My son, Rhys can bring one for you.

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-It's a home-made scone freshly made

-this morning for our own jam too.

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-Thank you, but I won't be able

-to get out of the door now!

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-Yes, it was certainly

-a unique tearoom.

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-I did get through the door!

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-Thanks to John.

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-I'm joined by Megan Jayne Jones,

-the owner of Ffika.

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-Tell us about the company.

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-The company specializes in tea

-and coffee.

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-I came home from working

-in Australia.

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-I wanted to open something

-when I got home...

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-..and here's my van!

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-Rhodri Roberts from Cristobal

-also joins us.

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-My company is a supplier for Meg.

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-I've got some of the produce here.

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-I sell over 100 different teas.

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-There's some asama and rooibos.

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-There's also tea with vanilla and

-other flavours.

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-What is the favourite?

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-I've got some assam for you.

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-It's our best-seller.

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-Good luck to you!

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-Back to you in the studio.

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-We've also been enjoying some tea

-in the studio.

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-I'll take some milk.

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-I like builder's tea

-with a lot of sugar!

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-I don't like posh tea.

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-This is delicious.

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-I just like a drop of milk.

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-Oh, Rhodri!

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-You can grab a quick cuppa

-whilst we take a short break.

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-When we return, we meet more people

-running the London Marathon.

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-We'll also be calling one lucky

-viewer to play Fancy A Fortune?

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-Make sure you stand by your phones.

-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Yes, it's time to play...

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-..Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-The computer has chosen some

-phone numbers at random.

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-Julian Lewis Jones joins us to

-spin the wheel in Fancy A Fortune?

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-Stand by your phones if you

-entered tonight's Fancy A Fortune?

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-Tonight, we asked you to name the

-location of the Lions tour.

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-The answer is New Zealand.

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-Let's get dialling.

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-The dialling code is 02920.

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-It's ringing.

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-Hello, it's Sian and Rhodri

-from S4C's Heno.

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-Who am I talking to?

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-Hello, it's Sian and Rhodri

-from S4C's Heno.

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-Who am I talking to?

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-It's Bethan Samuel.

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-I'm in Creigiau.

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-Julian will give the wheel a spin

-and we'll see how much you've won.

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-Where is our wheel going to stop?

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-Congratulations, you've won 75.

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-Are you happy with that?

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-Thank you very much.

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-Anything is great!

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-A huge congratulations to you.

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-Tune in next Wednesday for

-another game of Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-We've already met some of the London

-Marathon runners this evening...

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-..but there's even more!

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-Many of our viewers are taking part

-and I take my hat off to you all.

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-Let's hear more of your stories.

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-I'll be running the London Marathon

-for the second time this year.

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-I've been fortunate to compete in

-the Berlin and Snowdonia marathons.

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-I'll be raising funds for the

-charity, Children With Cancer UK.

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-By living in this area, you can take

-on a variety of different routes.

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-During the weekends,

-I like to head up the mountains.

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-I'd prefer to be up there daily, but

-I have to do some tarmac training.

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-This is my first marathon and

-I've only ever run 5K in the past.

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-I've been training around Pwllheli

-and it has been great.

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-I'm excited for the marathon,

-but I'm also very nervous.

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-I'm doing the marathon in memory of

-Mam, who passed away two years ago.

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-I'll be raising funds

-for Pancreatic Cancer Action.

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-My husband and children will making

-the journey to London with me.

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-I've heard the atmosphere is amazing

-and I hope the crowds will help me.

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-This is only the second road

-marathon that I've done...

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-..as I'm usually a mountain runner.

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-I couldn't turn down the opportunity

-given to me by Eryri Harriers.

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-I'm excited and look forward to

-experience the unique atmosphere.

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-I've never taken part in a race

-where there are so many spectators.

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-I'm taking part in the marathon

-to raise money for a charity...

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-..and in memory of Dad,

-who passed away three years ago...

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-..and in memory of my mother-in-law

-who passed away last year.

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-A week ago, I competed a 21 mile

-run and I'm starting to taper.

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-I'm excited to start the race.

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-Our first marathon together was

-in Liverpool and it was very hot.

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-It's just over a week since we

-completed the Manchester marathon.

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-Our legs are still improving, but we

-hope to be able to relax slightly.

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-I attended a London college and have

-always wanted to run the race.

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-It will be special to run around

-the areas I'm used to...

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-..from a different point of view.

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-It will be a different experience

-to run alongside each other.

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-He doesn't usually like to run

-with me because I'm too slow.

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-This is my first marathon, but I've

-previously completed half marathons.

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-I'm nervous and confident.

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-I've been training twice during

-the week and once on the weekends.

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-I never imagined I would be able

-to run this much.

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-I'm raising money for the charity,

-North Wales Cancer Appeal.

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-My father received treatment

-at Bodelwyddan last year...

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-..and I wanted to give

-something back.

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-We've been told to only run 20 miles

-in the run up to the marathon...

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-..which means I have another 26.2

-to do.

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-I hope the crowd will carry me

-with their muscles!

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-I enjoy running and

-I can't wait to complete it.

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-Good luck to all of the runners.

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-Make sure you send us a photograph

-and your time for Monday's Heno.

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-Julian, Elinor and Gaynor have been

-our studio guests this evening.

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-We're all enjoying our tea here.

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-It's apt that Elinor is here

-on the same night as Julian...

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-..because she also interviewed

-Flex Lewis for Heno in 2005.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-I worked for Tinopolis.

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-I had to interview this man.

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-I was told that he was going to be

-big!

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-Let's see a clip.

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-I've got to be careful

-with what I eat.

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-I eat salmon, oats,

-turkey and bananas.

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-We know all his secrets.

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-It's great that he's recognized

-in Wales.

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-Yes, and he's done so much in the

-bodybuilding world.

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-He wants he to say

-"Hello, Llanelli Boy!"

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-Flex will know what I'm talking

-about.

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-Flex: Schwarzenegger Cymru

-airs at 9.30pm on Friday on S4C.

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-Remind us the dates for

-the festival in Llandeilo.

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-The Llandeilo Litfest

-is held from 27 to 30 April.

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-It's for everyone.

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-People can learn about their authors

-and making films...

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-..and scriptwriting.

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-There are events all over the town.

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-There is a car park at the school

-and a shuttle bus to the town.

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-Thank you.

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-That's all we have time

-for this evening.

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-The past hour has flown by.

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-Thanks to our guests

-for their wonderful company...

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-..and congratulations to Bethan

-for winning 75 in Fancy A Fortune?

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-Prynhawn Da returns

-tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-On Heno, we welcome the Olivier 2017

-award winner, Rebecca Trehearn.

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-She'll perform one of the songs

-from Showboat for us.

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-We can't wait to welcome Rebecca

-to the studio.

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-Until tomorrow, goodnight.

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Cawn gwrdd a rai o redwyr dewr Marathon Llundain, a'n gwestai fydd y cyn-chwaraewr rygbi Clive Rowlands. We'll meet brave London Marathon runners, and our guest is Clive Rowlands.