Fri, 04 Aug 2017 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 04 Aug 2017

Bydd Gareth Richards yn y gegin, a bydd cyfle i chi ennill can punt neu fwy! Gareth Richards will be in the kitchen and you are in with a chance of winning win a hundred pounds ...


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli for

-the final Prynhawn Da of the week.

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-It's Friday, once again!

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-Next week will be very busy

-with the Eisteddfod at Bodedern.

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-Yes, I need to pack

-for the Eisteddfod.

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-I need to pack for the Edinburgh

-Fringe Festival too...

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-..but will be back

-for the Eisteddfod on Friday.

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-You could be watching from

-your caravan at Maes C already.

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-We've giving away a great hamper

-for the weekend...

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-..that includes games, books,

-snacks, wine and a whole lot more.

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-You can win all this by calling

-the number on the screen...

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-..and we'll reveal

-the question shortly.

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-Gareth has recipes to suit a picnic

-or any other occasion.

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-We start a new series based

-on the most welcoming B&Bs in Wales.

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-Today, we're in the Gwaun Valley.

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-Danny Grehan and Nerys Jones chat

-about a new drama, Bred in Heaven.

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-As the title suggests,

-it's all about rugby.

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-The Gossip Girls

-discuss an array of topics...

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-..including the possible appointment

-of a woman as a new Bond.

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-Join Mari and me for the next

-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-There's no better way to start the

-weekend than with our competition.

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-You can win a whole host of things

-for the weekend.

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-Do you need to add

-some spark to your weekend?

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-We've got the perfect prize

-for your weekend.

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-You can win reading books,

-colouring books and puzzle books.

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-There's the perfect picnic

-that includes sweets and crisps...

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-..not forgetting

-some delicious drinks.

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-We've also got games

-to entertain you in all weathers...

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-..and beauty products

-for men and women.

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-Add some colour to your day with

-some cool decorations for the home.

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-All you have to do

-is answer the following question:

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-Which runner is retiring after

-the World Athletics Championships?

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-1) Usain Thunder, 2) Usain Bolt,

-or 3) Usain Lightning?

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-Good luck to you!

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close at 3.00pm.

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-All entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Email prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

-or visit the S4C website for terms.

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-You've got under an hour to compete

-so get dialling now.

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-We've arrived in the kitchen and

-Gareth has recipes for picnics...

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-..or any other occasion

-if the weather is against us.

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-Welcome to the programme, Gareth.

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-Can we use this food indoors

-or outdoors?

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-This can be eaten indoors

-our outdoors.

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-You can have a picnic

-in the garden...

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-..or in the house.

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-We're going on

-a three-course picnic.

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-I've got a mint and cheese mousse.

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-This is the starter.

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-The main dish is for

-a Prynhawn Da Picnic Pie!

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-It's Friday

-and I was feeling lazy...

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-..so I bought the shortcrust pastry.

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-You need about 500g of pastry.

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-Roll it out.

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-How's the pate?

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-It's lovely.

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-I like this idea.

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-The pastry is ready for the tin.

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-Grease the muffin tin.

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-It's important for this dish.

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-Cut the greaseproof paper

-into squares.

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-Place them into the muffin tin

-with a cutter.

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-You need a ring of pastry...

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-..to go into the muffin tin.

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-We're making 12 pies.

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-The pastry can be pressed into

-the greaseproof paper packets.

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-Let's move to the filling.

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-It's pork mince.

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-It contains 5% fat.

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-You don't want too much fat

-in your meat for this pie.

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-You can use beef or other meat.

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-I've also got some sausages

-flavoured with paprika.

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-Add some breadcrumbs.

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-There's also more smoked paprika.

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-We've also got some

-finely chopped parsley.

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-Picnics need to be full of flavour.

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-Add some to the pastry.

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-This pie is going

-to have a hidden centre.

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-There's more to this pie

-than you would think.

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-The middle section

-is going to be a quail egg.

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-Boil these for two minutes.

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-Blanch them in cold water and peel.

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-Arte these eggs easily accessible?

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-These can be found in most shops

-and supermarkets.

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-It's like a Scotch egg pie!

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-Add more to protect the egg

-when it's cooking.

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-Beat some egg.

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-The clock is ticking!

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-Brush this over the pastry.

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-The pies are ready to eat...

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-..and are in the picnic basket.

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-Let's get tasting.

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-You can see the egg in the middle.

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-I like that.

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-Thank you, Gareth.

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-After the break,

-I meet Lilwen McAllister.

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-She runs a B&B that has won a whole

-host of awards from Visit Wales.

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-Danny Grehan and Nerys Jones chat

-about the drama, Bred in Heaven.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we start a new series

-by visiting the people of Wales...

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-..who open their homes

-as a bed and breakfast.

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-We start in the Gwaun Valley...

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-..in the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

-National Park.

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-It's won an array of awards

-and I had a very warm welcome.

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-Erw-Lon in the Gwaun Valley is home

-to Bernard and Lilwen McAllister.

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-In addition to farming cattle,

-they also run a three-bedroom B&B.

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-Thanks for the welcome, Lilwen.

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-Take us back 43 years ago to when

-you opened the bed and breakfast.

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-We'd been married for seven years

-and we didn't have any children.

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-I told Bernard that I wanted

-to open a bed and breakfast.

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-He said that I was mad,

-but I knew I'd be in my element!

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-But I listened to him

-and some three weeks later...

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-..he told me to go to Fishguard on a

-Saturday morning to buy lettering...

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-..whilst he painted a black sign.

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-Bernard and Garan screwed

-on the lettering...

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-..and it was the start of it.

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-A fortnight later,

-a car pulled up outside.

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-My heart was racing

-and I was so excited.

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-"Have you got a room available?",

-they said, and I replied, "Yes."

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-I took them upstairs to have a look

-around and that is how it started.

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-It was 15 shillings a night.

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-The price has increased since then

-but they continue to come from afar.

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-The guests come here

-from all over the world.

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-I'm so lucky to have met lovely,

-nice individuals over the years.

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-There's a family

-that has returned for 40 years.

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-Chris and Elaine

-live in Buxton in Derbyshire.

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-They didn't have children at first

-and then they had a daughter.

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-She's now had a daughter herself and

-they're bringing her here next year.

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-Since opening the B&B in 1974,

-there have been a lot of changes.

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-When I started, we just had one

-bathroom that had to be shared.

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-After a couple of years,

-we installed basins in the rooms.

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-This wasn't enough so we introduced

-en suites in three of the bedrooms.

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-I'm sure you've seen a change in the

-way people contact you at Erw-Lon.

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-In the early days, I'd receive

-a lot of letters and phone calls.

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-But now I receive emails

-and take online bookings.

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-Sometimes I don't speak to guests

-until their arrival.

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-You don't know who they are.

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-You don't know who they are.

-

-No, it's the gamble you take.

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-But you still welcome them.

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-But you still welcome them.

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-Yes, I try!

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-Lilwen and her sister, Gwenda

-are a popular singing duo...

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-..and the guests enjoy

-their sing-songs on the piano.

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-The entertainment has lead to

-awards for Lilwen and Erw-Lon.

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-I was so lucky to be awarded

-the best welcome host in Wales...

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-..AA Landlady of the Year

-and this year I won the Gold Award.

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-I makes me feel very humbled.

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-What's the secret of running

-a successful bed and breakfast?

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-The location and scenery

-is a factor.

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-The Preseli Hills, the Gwaun Valley

-and the coastline attracts guests.

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-You also play a major part of it

-and thanks for the welcome today.

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-Here's to the next 43 years.

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-Here's to the next 43 years.

-

-Cheers, Mari, thank you!

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-Thanks to Lilwen and Bernard

-for the warm welcome.

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-You are a special lady!

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-I had a whale of a time with her.

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-Contact us in the usual format

-if you've had a warm welcome...

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-..or open your home

-as a bed and breakfast.

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-We'd love to come

-and see your place.

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-We're now joined by the actor,

-Danny Grehan and Nerys Jones.

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-Both work on a drama that opens in

-the neighbouring Y Ffwrnes Theatre.

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-Bred in Heaven opens next week.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Tell us more about Bred in Heaven.

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-The drama is a spin-off to the film,

-Grand Slam.

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-The drama follows Maldwyn

-Novello-Pughe and friends...

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-..on a trip to New Zealand to

-support the Welsh Rugby Team...

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-..in winning the 2011 World Cup.

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-Maldwyn has a dream that means he

-has to travel to New Zealand...

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-..to guarantee success for Wales

-in the tournament.

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-What character do you play?

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-I play one of the rugby fans.

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-They sit at home

-and see the bargain.

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-The world opens for them.

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-There is one wife, who hates rugby.

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-The show revolves around trying to

-keep the wife and husband apart...

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-..as the wife has made her way

-out to New Zealand.

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-Grand Slam is an iconic film.

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-It marks 40 years next year.

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-The drama is similar.

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-There's a lot of fun.

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-Everything doesn't go to plan.

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-There are some rugby games a part

-of the drama.

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-It's great timing to as the

-Lions Tour has just happened.

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-We're also in Llanelli,

-the land of the Scarlets!

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-There's a lot of excitement

-about rugby.

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-We've almost sold out on Friday

-and Saturday.

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-Who else is in the cast?

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-There are six in the cast.

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-I've brought the poster in.

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-Llanelli pantomime favourite, Denys

-Jenkins or Denny Twp is in the cast.

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-Kev Johns is also in the show.

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-He's on Swansea radio.

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-You're in the rehearsal process.

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-We've been rehearsing for a week.

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-We've almost learn all our lines.

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-We're rehearsing at the theatre.

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-We get to use the set.

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-We've had a great time.

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-It has been a lot of fun.

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-Bred in Heaven will run at Theatr y

-Ffwrnes between 9 and 12 August.

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-If you don't go to the Eisteddfod,

-come and see the show.

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-The show takes place at 7.30pm.

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-We have tickets left

-for Wednesday and Thursday.

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-Why should we come to Y Ffwrnes

-next week?

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-If you enjoy laughing and rugby,

-come and see our show.

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-After the break...

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-..our Gossip Girls discuss rumours

-that the next Bond could be a woman.

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-First, let's hear about

-your events in our Calendar.

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-Tonight, the Far Old Line Festival

-gig is at the Aberystwyth bandstand.

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-A host of musicians from Ceredigion

-are performing and it's all free.

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-Head over there

-between 7.00pm and 10.00pm.

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-On Saturday, the Carmarthen

-Symphonic Wind Band...

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-..is performing at the National

-Botanic Garden in Llanarthne.

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-It runs from 1.30pm to 4.00pm

-with Emma Britton and Frenzaloud.

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-On Sunday, there's an open

-invitation for the whole family...

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-..at the Towy Boat Club

-from 3.30pm to 8.00pm.

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-There's water activities,

-a bar, snacks and a barbecue.

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-It's 2 per car and all are welcome.

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-Welcome back.

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-Don't forget about

-our special weekend competition.

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-You could win books, snacks,

-drinks, games and a lot more.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this question:

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-Which runner is retiring after

-the World Athletics Championships?

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-1) Usain Thunder, 2) Usain Bolt,

-or 3) Usain Lightning?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-You've got 25 minutes

-before the lines close.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-It's time to welcome

-today's Gossip Girls...

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-..who are Bethan Mair,

-Bethan Wyn Evans and Branwen Davies.

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-Welcome to you all.

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-We start with the story of

-an 83-year-old great-grandfather...

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-..who is still working

-in a famous supermarket in Cardiff.

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-If you're feeling fit and healthy...

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-..should you be allowed

-to continue working?

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-What do you think, Bethan?

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-I read another article

-about another man from Cwmbran.

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-He was working in his early

-nineties.

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-I think there's something

-in the water in Wales.

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-If you feel fit enough,

-carry on working.

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-Older people can bring a

-lot of experience to a role.

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-If they enjoy the work,

-let them carry on.

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-I read the comments on

-the 93 year old.

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-The comments claimed that the older

-generation are taking our jobs.

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-I think they've shown young

-people that they should work.

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-But they are good examples though.

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-Mr Leigh has worked in the military

-in the past.

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-I recall reading a story about a man

-who kept a park in San Francisco.

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-He appealed to keep his job

-when he was at retirement age.

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-He was working there

-at the age of 99.

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-It's important that we are flexible

-in our roles.

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-Robots will take over

-our jobs one day.

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-We will have to work until we are 75

-at some point.

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-Prince Phillip has also retired

-this week at the age of 96.

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-Well done to Colin Leigh!

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-Our next story deals with women

-in iconic acting roles.

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-It was recently revealed

-that the new Doctor Who...

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-..is going to be played by the

-female actress, Jodie Whittaker.

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-There are rumours that the new Bond

-could be a woman.

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-A number of women have taken the

-lead in action films.

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-Recently, Charlize Theron

-hit the silver screen...

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-..in the action film, Atomic Blonde.

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-Could Charlize Theron

-be the next Bond?

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-I think it's great that Jodie

-Whittaker has had the role...

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-..of Doctor Who.

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-I don't know about changing

-James Bond to a woman.

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-He's meant to be a suave character.

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-We need to write more fresh roles

-for females.

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-You have to tick all the boxes

-to keep everyone happy though.

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-Can you imagine the stick a woman

-would have...

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-..if she did all the things that

-James Bond did.

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-Judi Dench took over the role of

-a male character in James Bond.

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-We want women to be role models.

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-I'm not going to disagree

-with four women!

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-We are happy that Jodie

-is playing Doctor Who.

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-Our third topic asks

-if you're addicted to shopping.

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-The financial guru,

-Canna Campbell...

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-..has published the obvious signs to

-suggest you're addicted to shopping.

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-Those who shop online...

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-..first thing in the morning

-or last thing at night...

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-..could be classed

-as a shopping addict.

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-One sign of an addiction is claiming

-you have nothing to wear...

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-..but you have a wardrobe

-full of clothes.

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-Many have clothes in the wardrobe

-that still have tags on them.

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-A sign of a shopping addict...

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-..is whether your delivery person

-knows you by name.

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-I don't have a lot of garments

-with tags still on them.

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-Although this is a new top today.

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-Do you agree?

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-I tend to buy more

-for my horses than me!

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-I don't enjoy the process

-of shopping.

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-I told my nephew that I enjoy

-looking around the shops.

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-He thought it wasn't a hobby.

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-For some people, they do enjoy

-browsing around the shops.

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-Thank you, ladies.

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-It'll be the perfect accompaniment

-to Gareth's next dish.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Wearing make-up for the first time

-can by quite daunting.

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-It's difficult to know what suits

-your skin and how much to apply.

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-has some words of wisdom.

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-Searching for inexpensive make-up

-to suit your skin is a mammoth task.

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-Opt for make-up that's suitable

-for your skin type.

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-True Match by L'Oreal

-is perfect for dry skin.

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-Infallible by L'Oreal

-works wonders on greasy skin.

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-Apply it with a brush.

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-Create stripes on your cheeks,

-forehead, nose and chin and blend.

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-Apply concealer to areas

-where it's mostly needed.

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-These include under the eyes,

-on spots or blemishes.

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-Set it all with a powder

-for a lasting look and reduce shine.

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-And here we have the perfect canvas

-that's ready for a touch of colour.

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-Thanks to Emma for that advice.

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-We're back in the kitchen

-with Gareth.

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-The Prynhawn Da Picnic Pie

-you made earlier was delicious.

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-The next dish is

-the Prynhawn Da Picnic Pudding!

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-We've had our starters

-and our main course...

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-..so it's time for the pudding!

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-We have some pop first.

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-This is ginger beer.

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-It's great with the pudding.

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-Mari can have some

-sparkling elderflower.

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-Enjoy it!

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-I like cake and fruit for a picnic.

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-They both go into this pudding.

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-We start by greasing a tin.

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-Scrunch up the greaseproof paper.

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-It makes it easier

-to set in the tin.

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-Cream some butter and sugar.

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-This is salted butter.

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-It's great for the flavours.

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-You could use unsalted butter.

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-It isn't essential.

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-Add some golden caster sugar.

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-It's best to use a spoon

-and a bowl for all this...

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-..as you add more air

-to the mixture.

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-Beat two eggs.

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-The yolks are very bright.

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-This is a sign that

-the chickens have a good life!

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-Add some self-raising flour.

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-There's also a teaspoon

-of baking powder.

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-Do you bake cakes?

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-I like making cakes.

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-They don't always turn out

-as they should.

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-It's important to measure

-all the ingredients.

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-There's a lot of science

-in cooking.

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-I got a C in Science!

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-It's best to use

-a wooden spoon for this.

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-Add the remainder of the flour.

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-Fold it in.

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-Pour the mixture into the tin.

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-This will spread out in the oven.

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-It's baked at 180 degrees Celsius.

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-It should be baked at 170 degrees

-Celsius in a fan-assisted oven.

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-It's baked for 20 minutes...

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-..as we're adding a topping.

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-We've got some Greek yoghurt

-flavoured with ginger.

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-The cake needs to be baked

-a little first...

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-..or the yoghurt will sink

-to the bottom.

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-Add some fresh apricots.

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-There's also some blueberries.

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-We've also got a crusted topping.

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-There's some flour and powdered

-ginger and butter and sugar.

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-This bowl is a bit small.

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-We want it to replicate damp sand.

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-This is scattered

-over the top of the cake.

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-You could also use

-crushed biscuits.

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-Owain from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Join Llinos and me

-for tonight's Heno from 7.00pm.

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-The National Eisteddfod on Anglesey

-officially starts tonight.

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-We're backstage at the opening

-concert of the Eisteddfod.

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-Steffan Lloyd Owen is performing

-at the opening concert...

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-..and performs a special track

-for Heno.

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-Yes, I'll be home in Cardigan.

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-The local carnival is hosting

-a special beer barrel relay.

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-Come and see me in Cardigan

-from 7.00pm.

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-My arms aren't big enough

-to roll the barrels!

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-Alun Williams

-is at the Principality Stadium...

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-..as the Wales Women Rugby Team

-prepares for the Rugby World Cup.

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-We're going to taste the cake now.

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-The DJ, Elan Evans

-joins us in the studio.

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-We chat with Harri Roberts...

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-..who is getting ready

-to fly to New York to study.

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-Next week, Prynhawn Da makes way for

-coverage of the National Eisteddfod.

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-Good luck to everyone

-who's competing.

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-The S4C news and weather

-is followed by O Fon i Virginia.

0:41:110:41:15

-Gwyn Llewelyn presents a portrait

-of the Anglesey poet, Goronwy Owen.

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-Yoghurt always makes it moist.

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-Where's my yoghurt?

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-This is great, Gareth.

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-Have a great weekend.

0:41:350:41:37

-A very good afternoon to you from

-me, Daf and everyone in Llanelli.

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Bydd Gareth Richards yn y gegin, a bydd cyfle i chi ennill can punt neu fwy! Gareth Richards will be in the kitchen and you are in with a chance of winning win a hundred pounds or more!