Fri, 03 Nov 2017 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 03 Nov 2017

Heddiw, bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 neu fwy yn Mwy neu Lai; bydd criw'r Clwb Clecs yn rhoi'r byd yn ei le a Gareth Richards fydd yn coginio. Gareth Richards will be in the kitc...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Friday's Prynhawn Da.

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-The end of the week comes around

-quicker and quicker.

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-You all know what to expect

-on Prynhawn Da before the weekend.

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-You could win 100 or more by

-entering our game, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-To register, call 08443 35 18 97

-before the lines close at 2.30pm.

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-The fire safety officer, Dylan Evans

-has tips for a safe Bonfire Night.

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-There's news of a ground-breaking

-music, dance and play group.

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-Our Gossip Girls, Bethan, Elena

-and Gwenno have their say.

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-Today, we ask: is it too early

-to be playing Christmas music?

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-That's what you can expect

-on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme in

-the kitchen with Gareth.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What's on the menu, Gareth?

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-This is ideal for Bonfire Night.

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-I'm making a spark and spice soup.

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-The soup is nice and warming.

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-I've got the soup and

-the rocket rolls!

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-Start by adding olive oil

-to this orange pan.

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-Warm the olive oil.

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-Add a clove of garlic and

-two onions.

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-I'm using white onions so it doesn't

-affect the colour.

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-I'm adding heat and spark

-with the two red chillis.

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-I've removed the seeds.

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-Let's turn to the butternut squash.

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-It can be difficult to peel.

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-It can be quite tough to eat.

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-Remove the skin and cube it.

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-Chop it into small pieces.

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-You need one butternut squash

-for this recipe.

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-You can buy one ready chopped.

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-Add this to an ovendish.

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-This is softened in the oven.

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-Season the butternut squash

-with some black pepper.

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-This is baked at 180 degrees Celsius

-or gas mark 4 for 20 minutes.

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-It needs to soften in the heat.

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-After about ten minutes,

-the onions will have softened...

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-..and you can add the

-butternut squash.

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-It's a great colour.

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-It reminds us off the autumn.

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-Next, we add some gluten-free

-bouillion.

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-This is left to cook

-for about hour...

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-..for it all to soften and cook.

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-This has to be blitzed.

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-Take it off the heat and add two

-tablespoons of creme fraiche.

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-We serve this

-with some rocket rolls.

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-You need to buy one of these!

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-This is a croissant pack.

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-I've never seen these before.

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-You can buy it from the supermarket.

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-It should all come out as one.

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-Simply follow the lines.

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-There's six in a pack.

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-Don't open it

-until you're ready to use it.

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-I've fried some sausages

-with 90% of meat...

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-..that have apples in them.

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-Next, we add some onion marmalade.

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-This is left to caramelize.

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-The sausages and onion marmalade

-and blue cheese...

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-..need to be wrapped

-in the croissant mix.

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-There are a lot of strong flavours

-in this.

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-It's a good idea to use the

-croissant mix.

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-I'd never thought

-about using it like this.

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-I've never used it before.

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-Sprinkle some black onion seeds

-over the top.

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-They can be served

-around the bonfire in some cups.

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-We can decorate the top with some

-creme fraiche.

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-You need some spark on the top with

-some red chilli,.

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-Press the croissant on some sticks.

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-It's easier to eat.

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-Thank you, Gareth.

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-Gareth returns later

-with a parkin pudding.

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-There's still time to register

-to play, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-To register, call 08443 35 18 97

-before the lines close at 2.30pm.

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-You could win 100 or more

-before the end of the programme.

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-After the break, Dylan Evans has

-safety advice for Bonfire Night.

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-We also hear more about

-Carmarthen's Movin Monkeez.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-People always get very excited

-about Bonfire Night...

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-..that falls on this Sunday.

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-Every year, it's important to

-discuss the dangers of the event.

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-Dylan Evans is a fire safety officer

-and he joins us now.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-It's important to stay safe.

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-Yes, the message is still important.

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-This is a special event

-for families.

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-As a fire brigade,

-we want people to be safe.

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-Attend organized events.

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-You should follow the rules...

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-..if you plan to hold

-your own exhibition.

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-Fireworks can only be purchased to

-those aged 18 and above.

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-Fireworks can only be purchased

-by those aged 18 and above.

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-You have to make sure the

-standard of fireworks is safe.

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-They should contain the CE stamp.

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-Don't buy them

-off the back of a lorry!

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-You have to be safe.

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-What about holding events at home?

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-You and another adult of your choice

-must be the only ones...

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-..to ignite the fireworks.

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-Do not leave anyone else,

-especially children to do so.

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-Light one firework at a time.

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-Fireworks can only be purchased

-by those aged 18 and above.

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-Sparklers are considered as

-fireworks and the same law applies.

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-Sparklers can be very hot.

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-Put each sparkler into a bucket

-of water immediately after it stops.

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-Keep the fireworks at arm's length

-when you light them.

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-Keep a water-filled bucket at hand

-for any crisis.

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-You need to have things to help you

-in case of emergency.

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-If things get out of hand,

-make sure you call the fire brigade.

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-You have to tell the fire brigade

-if you've organized a bonfire.

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-There's a lot of information

-on the website.

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-You shouldn't burn any cylinders,

-tyres, paint or aerosols.

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-You can't burn any furniture made

-from sponge.

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-Fireworks can be sold to the public

-in the UK.

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-There is no licence or training that

-allows a member of the public...

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-..to buy fireworks in category four.

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-It is not a legal requirement

-to obtain any type of license...

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-..to buy consumer fireworks.

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-If any clothes catch fire,

-drop to the floor and roll...

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-..until the flames ar put out.

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-Don't run around.

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-It was a busy night last year.

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-In Carmarthenshire,

-it was relatively quiet...

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-..but we work

-with Dyfed Powys Police...

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-..to go in to schools

-and tell them to be safe.

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-We want people to be safe.

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-Don't throw fireworks.

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-Throwing fireworks is dangerous

-and illegal.

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-Throwing a firework on the street

-or at another public place...

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-..is an offence.

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-A new dance and play group recently

-opened for pre-school children.

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-It's the first of its kind in Wales

-so we went to hear about it.

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-Movin Monkeez is a series

-of lively, fun sessions.

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-They combine music, exercise

-and dance for pre-school children.

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-Movin Monkeez is part of a national

-venture that started in 2011...

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-..but I've just joined it and

-changed it to Mwncis Mentrus...

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-..and it's the first group

-of its kind in Wales.

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-The sessions focus

-on children who can walk...

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-..but we welcome those who can crawl

-or are starting to walk.

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-One parent said that her child

-wasn't a confident walker...

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-I think the children

-find it very beneficial.

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-It helps to boost confidence

-and learn skills for exercising.

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-It's very difficult to find this

-outside of rugby or football clubs.

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-This is very unique and beneficial.

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-When Megan was small, there was

-a lot of different classes...

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-..where we could socialize

-with other parents and children.

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-There's nothing for children her age

-who are on the verge of nursery.

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-It's great to have something that

-helps to develop their skills...

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-..and socialize with other children.

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-As a teacher

-of the foundation phase...

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-..I see children starting school

-and lack some physical skills.

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-They aren't confident as they have

-been wrapped in cotton wool...

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-..and haven't been allowed

-to run freely.

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-At some sessions, the group meets to

-move and play musical instruments.

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-We also play with the parachute

-and other important props...

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-..to sustain their interest

-and nurture their physical skills...

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-..such as throwing and balancing

-to prepare them for school.

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-# Twinkle, twinkle, little star #

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-It's all bilingual

-so we sing in Welsh and English.

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-We speak Welsh at home so

-this helps her to learn English...

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-..and children from non-Welsh

-speaking families can learn Welsh.

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-We've been to three sessions

-and look forward to coming back...

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-..to learn more and grow together.

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-At present, I have weekly sessions

-at Carmarthen Library...

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-..every Monday

-from 9.30am to 10.30am.

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-I'm also at the Holy Trinity

-Church Hall in Newcastle Emlyn...

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-..every Wednesday

-from 10.00am to 11.00am.

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-All are welcome to join me

-and Milo the Monkey!

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-It looks like a great group!

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-There's very little time left to

-register for today's Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 18 97 and

-you could be 100 richer by 3.00pm!

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-After the break, our Gossip Girls

-put the world to rights.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-The phone lines for today's

-Mwy Neu Lai have now closed.

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-Please don't call any more

-as you will still be charged.

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-Today's Gossip Girls

-are Bethan, Elena and Gwenno.

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-Our first topic is simple: is it too

-early to be playing Christmas music?

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-A number of shops are already

-full of Christmas merchandize.

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-What do you think, Bethan?

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-I have to do a shout out

-to Sharon David.

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-They've been watching

-Christmas television channels...

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-..since last month.

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-What you do in your own home

-is different...

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-..to what you see and do in shops.

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-I try and be nice to these workers

-at Christmas.

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-They have to put up a lot.

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-They have to hear these songs

-for three months.

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-Once half term is over...

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-..you can think of Christmas.

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-This started a long time ago.

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-We're in a period

-of rememberance too.

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-We should start

-after Rememberance Sunday.

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-The shops are just trying

-to make money.

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-I love the Christmas preperations

-more than the day.

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-I usually have a hangover!

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-You meet up with friends,

-have mulled wine and start shopping.

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-Gwenno has started early.

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-She's in her sparkles!

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-I thought I would make an effort.

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-I thought we were celebrating the

-birth of Jesus Christ at Christmas.

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-There was a programme on S4C...

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-..that said only 4% of us attend

-chapels and churches at Christmas.

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-The meaning of Christmas

-has been lost.

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-There's a time for everything.

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-We should look at

-the true meaning of Christmas.

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-This is a period of making money

-for many shops.

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-They make 20% of their profit

-for the year at Christmas.

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-They try and stretch it out

-as much as they can.

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-I don't agree with it.

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-Let's move to our next topic.

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-A plane was recently flying

-from Manchester to Mexico...

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-..and was forced to land when

-a drunken passenger caused uproar.

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-This week, that girl

-was sentenced to 20 days in prison.

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-This incident has raised the issue

-of banning alcohol on planes.

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-What are your thoughts on this?

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-She's just one person.

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-I enjoy the period in the airport

-prior to getting on the plane.

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-I have actually missed a plane

-because I was in the bar.

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-I didn't get drunk on the plane.

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-That's the one memory of the

-holiday.

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-That's wrong in many ways.

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-I don't think we should ban alcohol.

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-A lot of people like to drink

-alcohol to calm their nerves.

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-Should people be restricted?

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-I was an air stewardess

-with British Airways.

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-These people are on the plane

-for safety.

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-The plane company is responsible

-for the people on it.

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-They make a lot of money

-from selling alcohol on the plane.

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-How will they be able to restrict

-the amount people drink?

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-The bottls of wine on the planes

-are very small!

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-They want to make money and keep

-people safe.

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-My sister is scared of flying.

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-I think one gin

-helps her on a plane.

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-This woman will get home

-and probably cause problems there.

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-They should have stopped her.

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-Our final topic looks at the adverts

-for beauty products, make-up...

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-..and hair products.

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-Most of these adverts contain young

-and beautiful models and actors.

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-Is it high time that they used

-older actors for these adverts?

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-Yes, I think this makes sense.

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-If you buy baby powder, you don't

-want to see a pensioner using it.

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-We want to see the results

-of using the product.

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-I've been using the same make

-since I was 14.

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-I think we should spread

-the thought of beauty.

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-Everyone is beautiful.

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-My problem is there's a difference

-between anti-age and anti-wrinkle.

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-They will change the photo

-with airbrushing.

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-We want to see more natural images.

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-The phone lines have closed

-for today's Mwy Neu Lai.

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-After the break, we call one

-lucky viewer to play Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Gareth returns

-to rustle up a parkin pudding.

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-First, let's hear of your

-weekend events in our Calendar.

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-Tonight sees a male voice concert

-at the Tabernacle in Machynlleth...

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-..with the Dyfi Male Voice Choir,

-the Aberystwyth Male Voice Choir...

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-..and the tenor, Huw Ynyr.

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-It's at 7.00pm and in aid of Hospice

-at Home in the Machynlleth area.

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-At Neuadd Bro Fana in Ffarmers...

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-..there's a concert with the

-Newcastle Emlyn Rugby Club Choir.

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-It's 5 for adults and 3 for

-children and it starts at 7.30pm.

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-Saturday sees the Coleg Meirion

-Dwyfor open day at Glynllifon...

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-..where there's a host of things

-to enjoy from 11.00am to 3.00pm.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to play...

-Mwy Neu Lai.

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-We should have a caller on the line.

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-It's Kelly Williams

-from Treherbert.

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-How are you?

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-I'm great, thank you.

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-I'm nervous.

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-We'll ask you a series of questions

-and the answers are numbers.

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-You don't need to know the number...

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-..but simply if the answer is higher

-or lower than the previous number.

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-There's 10 for each correct answer.

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-Today's starting number is 3.

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-Your 60 seconds starts as soon as

-Sian asks the first question.

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-Good luck!

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-How many days are in a leap year

-- higher or lower than 3?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 366.

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-What is two dozen

-- higher or lower than 366?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 24.

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-Are there higher or lower than

-24 letters in the word TACHWEDD?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 8.

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-How many legs does a dog have

-- higher or lower than 8?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 4.

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-Are there higher or lower

-than 4 months in a year?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 12.

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-Does a kilogram have higher

-or lower than 12 grams?

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-Lower.

-Incorrect - 1,000.

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-How many sides does a rectangle

-have - higher or lower than 1,000?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 4.

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-What is 10 + 10 + 5

-- higher or lower than 4?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 25.

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-Is it higher or lower than 25 miles

-from Cardiff to Corwen?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 145.

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-Does the Principality Stadium have

-higher or lower than 145 seats?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 70,000.

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-Is a football game higher or lower

-than 70,000 minutes?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 45.

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-Your time is up!

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-Congratulations, you've won 100!

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-Thank you very much.

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-It's a great amount to win

-for the weekend.

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-Thank you for playing...

-Mwy Neu Lai!

0:32:270:32:31

-Congratulations to Kelly Williams

-from Treherbert.

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-We close today's programme

-in the kitchen with Gareth.

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-The soup you made earlier

-was delicious.

0:32:480:32:52

-What's next on the menu?

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-The next recipe

-is for a parkin pudding.

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-I've got something warming

-for you first.

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-This is a ginger, apple

-and lime drink.

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-It will warm you up.

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-Start with 8oz of butter.

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-This has to go in the pan first.

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-It's spread out across the pan.

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-What is a parkin pudding?

0:33:430:33:47

-A parkin pudding is similar

-to a ginger cake.

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-It's a pudding eaten

-on Bonfire Night.

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-Add 100g of soft brown sugar.

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-We've also got about four

-tablespoons of treacle.

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-Coat the spoon with some oil...

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-..so that the treacle

-slides off easily.

0:34:240:34:29

-We need four tablespoons

-of this treacle.

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-It's a great colour.

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-This will all melt.

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-The butter should stop the sugar

-from burning.

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-We also need half a tin

-of dark treacle.

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-I'm trying to count the calories.

0:35:210:35:24

-Don't bother trying

-to count the calories!

0:35:250:35:30

-Let's turn to the dry ingredients.

0:35:300:35:39

-We've got about 8oz

-of self-raising flour.

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-Sieve the flour to remove any lumps.

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-We've also got two teaspoons

-of baking powder...

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-..and mixed spice and

-some ginger powder.

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-It's been blitzed!

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-It helps to add texture and fibre.

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-I think that's everything.

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-with some greaseproof paper.

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-..as this makes it easier to handle

-and line the tin.

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-Pour the wet ingredients

-into the bowl.

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-There's also two beaten eggs.

0:37:240:37:30

-This is a very wet mixture.

0:37:300:37:39

-The baking powder

-will help this to rise.

0:37:400:37:47

-Make sure you mix this

-with a metal bowl.

0:37:470:37:52

-You don't want to beat out

-any of the air.

0:37:530:37:56

-Mix it all together.

0:37:560:38:04

-It's ready to be poured

-into the tin.

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-This is baked at gas mark 4.

0:38:110:38:22

-I think you need another pudding.

0:38:220:38:26

-We want toffee apples.

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-They are common for Bonfire Night.

0:38:320:38:44

-We've got 50g of butter and

-50g of sugar and more treacle.

0:38:470:38:59

-This is left to create

-a toffee sauce.

0:38:590:39:04

-This is going to coat the apples.

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-Remove the centre of the apples.

0:39:080:39:18

-Line a dish with the apples.

0:39:180:39:24

-Turn up the heat under the pan.

0:39:240:39:36

-This is left to bake.

0:39:400:39:47

-Let's show you what happens

-after ten minutes.

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-I think we're ready to serve.

0:39:520:39:56

-We have the parkin cake.

0:39:560:40:01

-It should store in a box for a week.

0:40:020:40:04

-Rhodri from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

0:40:050:40:09

-Welcome to the programme.

0:40:090:40:11

-Thank you.

0:40:110:40:13

-I hope you all like treacle!

0:40:140:40:16

-It's another busy night.

0:40:160:40:18

-Join Mari and me for tonight's

-hour-long Heno at 7.00pm.

0:40:190:40:27

-Richard Rees chats about

-the Radio Cymru Christmas Chart.

0:40:270:40:30

-He needs your help.

0:40:300:40:36

-You have an interesting story

-for us, Owain.

0:40:360:40:39

-Join me as I meet members of the

-ThunderCat Poweboat Racing Team.

0:40:390:40:43

-I loved it.

0:40:430:40:47

-It was a lot of fun.

0:40:480:40:51

-Friday night is music night

-and Mei Emrys is performing for us.

0:40:510:40:58

-He has a new album.

0:40:580:41:01

-There's the details

-of our rugby competition...

0:41:010:41:04

-..to win tickets to see

-the Wales v Australia match...

0:41:050:41:08

-..as part of the

-Autumn Internationals.

0:41:080:41:18

-That looks delicious.

0:41:190:41:22

-That's all for today and this week

-on Prynhawn Da.

0:41:230:41:26

-Prynhawn Da returns on Monday

-to start another new week.

0:41:260:41:29

-The news and weather on S4C

-is aptly followed by a programme...

0:41:300:41:34

-..on the history

-and appeal of fireworks.

0:41:340:41:37

-Enjoy your weekend and

-a very good afternoon to you all.

0:41:370:41:41

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0:41:460:41:48

Heddiw, bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 neu fwy yn Mwy neu Lai; bydd criw'r Clwb Clecs yn rhoi'r byd yn ei le a Gareth Richards fydd yn coginio. Gareth Richards will be in the kitchen.