Fri, 04 Mar 2016 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 04 Mar 2016

Y prynhawn yma Gareth Richards fydd yma'n coginio a bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 yn y cwis Mwy neu Lai. Gareth Richards is in the kitchen and you could win £100 in the weekly quiz.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Friday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-We've got another break

-from the Six Nations this weekend.

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-But we've got plenty for you today.

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-You could win 1000 or more

-by simply playing Mwy Neu Lai.

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-The phones are now opened

-so call us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-This Sunday is Mother's Day.

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-Gareth's got suggestions

-for a special breakfast.

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-Llinos Lee

-marks Fairtrade Fortnight.

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-I've come to Fair Do's / Siopa Teg

-in Cardiff...

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-..to learn about the campaign

-and see what they've got for sale.

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-Gwenda, Glen and Jennifer

-also join us for a gossip.

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-There's plenty to entertain you for

-the next hour with Sian and myself.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Don't forget about Mwy Neu Lai.

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-You can win 100 or more

-by simply registering to play.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before 2.30pm this afternoon.

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-Give it a go as you could win

-big money before the weekend.

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-Every mother loves being spoilt

-on Mother's Day.

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-Nothing beats a special breakfast

-and this is on Gareth's menu today.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We are going to

-spoil our mothers this Sunday.

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-I'm preparing a special breakfast

-for your mother.

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-The children can prepare it.

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-We have courses for this breakfast.

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-We start with egg pots

-with smoked salmon.

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-We start with some spinach.

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-The spinach

-has already been cleaned.

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-Pop it in the microwave

-to wither for a minute.

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-Leave the spinach to cool down.

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-Grease a gratin plate.

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-Remove some of the liquid

-from the spinach.

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-You can also leave the spinach

-in a bowl of hot water to wither.

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-We've got some smoked salmon too.

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-There's hardly any fat on it.

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-We've also got a pink theme

-with a rose with the salmon.

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-We crack an egg and let it fall

-over this nest style creation.

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-Pour over some double cream.

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-We don't have to count calories

-on Sunday too!

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-Grate some parmesan cheese over it.

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-This devices lets the cheese

-fall out from the top!

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-This is a great little gift to

-give your mother for Mother's Day.

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-You can keep the cheese in the

-fridge after you have grated it.

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-Bake in the oven at 180 degrees

-Celsius for about 20 minutes.

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-The centre of the one I just made

-is still a little raw.

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-Our next breakfast

-is for quick homemade croissants.

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-We will use puff pastry for this.

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-This gadget makes life easier!

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-Cut the pastry into slices.

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-We should have about a dozen

-out of this packet.

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-Egg wash the pastry.

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-You can get this small device online

-or in the shops.

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-Fold the pastry into parcels.

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-I'd go to the shop and buy them!

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-Place them on some

-greaseproof paper.

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-I've also mixed

-some custard and ground almond.

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-Pour the custard into the centre

-of the croissants.

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-I've also topped it

-with some peaches.

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-Bake in the oven

-at the same temperature.

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-You can also use chocolate spread

-for the filling.

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-Prynhawn Da has celebrated

-St David's Day all week...

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-..and thanks to those of you

-who send us their photographs.

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-Let's enjoy a few of them now.

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-Thanks for sending us

-your St David's Day photos.

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-Don't forget that you can win 100

-before the weekend in Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Call 08443 35 18 97

-before 2.30pm today.

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-After the break...

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-..Chris tells us whether the snow in

-Northern England is heading our way.

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-It's Fairtrade Fortnight.

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-Llinos hears of this year's campaign

-at a Fairtrade shop in Cardiff.

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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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-Chris has joined to tell us

-about this weekend's weather.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Northern England and North Wales

-have experienced overnight snow.

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-Yes, we've seen snow in Wales.

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-We've already received

-lots of images of the snow.

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-Aberystwyth has been hit

-by the snow.

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-They're used to extreme weather

-in the area.

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-Keith Morris has been out

-taking photos.

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-The snow was expected

-and there's more to come.

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-However, it will only hit

-mountainous areas...

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-..and Aberystwyth!

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-There's fine weather ahead.

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-The low pressure will move away

-and tomorrow will be nicer.

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-There's rain on Sunday.

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-The weather on Monday

-will be more steady.

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-However, it will still be very cold.

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-The cold wind will be heading down

-from the North.

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-Wrap up warm.

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-It's currently Fairtrade Fortnight.

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-The annual campaign raises awareness

-and promotes fair trading globally.

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-But Fairtrade products are more

-than just coffee and chocolate.

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-Llinos visited Fair Do's / Siopa Teg

-located in Cardiff to discover more.

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-We've all spotted the Fairtrade

-products in our supermarkets...

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-..but there's a shop in Cardiff

-that only sells Fairtrade produce...

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-..and they sell everything

-under the sun!

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-We opened the shop in 1998

-so have been here for many years.

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-It was an excellent idea...

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-..we've expanded over the years

-and are delighted to still be here.

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-Tell us about the items

-you sell in this shop.

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-Most people are familiar with

-the tea, coffee and chocolate...

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-..but we also have toys, clothes,

-jewellery and handmade cards.

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-We buy from Fairtrade importers...

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-..and belong to a group that works

-with Fairtrade shops in Britain.

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-Everything

-in the shop is Fairtrade.

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-Fairtrade Fortnight celebrates

-the positive effects on producers.

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-It also raises awareness

-of the produce.

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-This year, Fairtrade Fortnight

-focuses on breakfast.

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-The motto is "sit down for

-breakfast, stand up for farmers."

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-This weekend, you can buy coffee or

-bananas for a Fairtrade breakfast.

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-It's just a small step to take

-before buying more products.

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-It takes a lot of work to keep

-the shelves stocked with produce...

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-..but it's even busier

-behind the scenes.

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-These two ladies are kept very busy.

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-Hello, can I ask what you're doing?

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-We've come from Skewen to get some

-Fairtrade produce for our church.

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-How often do you come here

-to collect products?

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-It's usually every month but it can

-be every fortnight over Christmas.

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-What do people like to buy?

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-What do people like to buy?

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-Chocolate!

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-And the incense sticks

-are always good sellers.

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-The public is welcomed to sell the

-produce in communities across Wales.

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-Jan appointed Aled Pickard to do

-some research about the situation.

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-The research is funded by the

-government via Hub Cymru Africa.

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-The aim is to learn how the products

-we buy...

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-..makes a difference to the African

-communities that make the produce.

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-We have five partners

-and the results are very exciting.

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-There are Welsh greeting cards

-from Rwanda.

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-One card is enough to pay

-for 1kw of electricity...

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-..whilst two cards is enough to buy

-500kg of seeds to feed themselves.

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-We also work with Denur Crafts

-from Kenya who produce soap dishes.

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-They earn enough in a month to pay

-for a child's education for a year.

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-One bowl can pay for education

-for one day.

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-Ten bowls will buy a mosquito net

-that will protect them from malaria.

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-There's a growing awareness of the

-situation but there's more to do.

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-People think that stocking

-Fairtrade produce is enough...

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-..but many farmers work in difficult

-circumstances with unfair trading.

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-There's still a lot to do to get the

-farmers involved in fair trading.

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-Our Mwy Neu Lai phones lines

-are still open.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before 2.30pm this afternoon.

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-That's it from us for now.

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-We head to the break with

-your World Book Day photographs.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-You still have a few minutes left

-to enter our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-The number to call

-is 08443 35 19 97.

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-Still to come

-on today's programme...

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-..we return to Gareth

-who bakes cakes for Mother's Day.

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-It's time to join our Gossip Gang.

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-They are Gwenda Owen,

-Glen Bartlett and Jennifer Clarke.

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-The first topic is all about rugby.

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-UK health experts have called for

-a ban on rugby tackling in schools.

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-It's hoped the steps

-will stop serious injuries.

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-Do you think they should do this?

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-What do you think of children

-tackling in rugby, Glen?

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-It's another story

-where health and safety...

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-..has gone a step too far.

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-Tackling is a part of rugby.

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-If we ban tackling, there is

-no point in the game!

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-Are parents worried about injuries?

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-Geinor has two sons.

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-They always fight together.

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-Rugby is a dangerous game.

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-It's important that they wear

-protective gear.

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-The rules for children

-are different to adults.

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-Children should be taught

-the correct rules of rugby.

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-At school, children love

-to tackle each other.

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-When my son played rugby,

-I never thought of his injuries.

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-The game is becoming more dangerous.

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-There's touch and tag rugby

-for youngsters.

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-However, when should

-we introduce tackling?

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-They should wear skull caps.

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-Rugby players are a much larger

-build nowadays.

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-Is it more of a professional issue?

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-There's a problem with injuries

-in professional leagues.

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-If you stop children from tackling,

-we won't make it on the world stage.

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-We should bag young children

-from tackling...

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-..because they don't understand.

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-It's difficult to know when

-we should introduce tackling.

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-Those who teach rugby should be

-aware of the possible problems.

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-It takes the fun out of rugby.

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-It should be fun for children.

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-They won't have fun

-if they don't tackle.

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-It's not the case

-for young children.

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-We should wrap them

-all in cotton wool!

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-Dozens of British couples are trying

-to choose the sex of their baby...

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-..using a controversial fertility

-treatment costing up to 15,000.

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-The method offers a 91 percent

-success rate for choosing a girl...

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-..and 75 per cent for a boy.

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-It's a dangerous game.

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-You should nature alone.

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-You should leave nature alone.

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-Does it matter if you give

-birth to two healthy boys?

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-You should give birth to a baby,

-not a boy or girl.

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-We should be thankful

-for any healthy baby.

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-This is real life

-and these babies aren't dolls.

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-My mother wanted a daughter

-but I came out a boy!

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-I lived on a farm and had

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-The most important thing is health.

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-There could be some medical reasons

-behind choosing the sex of a baby.

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-Some couples

-want a child so desperately.

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-A row has erupted after Salford

-City Council imposed a swearing ban.

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-anti-social behaviour.

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-They haven't published a list

-of the banned swear words...

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-..but they might include...

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-BLEEPING

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-I don't like hearing people

-swearing on the street.

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-You should use your vocabulary

-to describe your anger.

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-Those who use bad language

-aren't aware of their surroundings.

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-Residents are concerned about the

-swearing and physical attacks.

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-There's anti-social behaviour

-that's associated with swearing.

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-Perhaps I would say something in

-a different way to the next person.

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-You could take an innocent

-statement in the wrong way.

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-Dialect can play a big role

-in misunderstanding a language.

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-How are they going to police this?

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-It's difficult to tell

-how much a swear word is worth.

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-Will they receive more

-of a fine for certain words?

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-This particular road is on

-the way to a football stadium.

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-There's lots of noise along

-this route.

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-Doesn't it strip us of our rights?

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-If you act

-in an anti-social manner...

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-..perhaps you could be under

-the influence of alcohol.

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-You won't know what you're doing.

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-Those who live along the street have

-had enough of the bad language.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Following the break, we'll call one

-of our viewers to play Mwy Neu Lai.

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-We also return to Gareth to sample

-his scrumptious Mother's Day cakes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to play...

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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 Emyr Harries from Pontyberem.

-How are you?

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-I'm great thank you.

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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 4

-as it's 4 March.

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-Your 60 seconds starts as soon as

-you hear Sian's voice. Good luck.

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-How many days are there in March

-- higher or lower than 4?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct -31.

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-How many years

-are there in a century?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 100.

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-What is 5 x 5

-- higher or lower than 100?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 25.

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-How many colours in the Welsh flag?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 3.

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-How many letters

-in the word "prynhawn"?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 8.

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-How tall is Blackpool Tower?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 158.

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-How many points did Wales

-score against France?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Incorrect - 19.

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-Is Barry Island higher or lower

-than 19 miles away from Anglesey?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 201.

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-Is the actor, Daniel Craig

-higher or lower than 201 years old?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 48.

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-Are there higher or lower

-than 48 motorways in Wales?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 1.

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-How many pennies are there in 5

-- higher or lower than 1?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 500.

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-How many players in a rugby team?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 15.

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-Your time is up!

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-Congratulations, you've won 110!

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-Thank you very much.

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-Thank you for playing...

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-Thank you for playing...

-

-Mwy Neu Lai!

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-Congratulations

-to Emyr from Pontyberem.

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-Let's find out what's happening in

-Wales this weekend in our Calendar.

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-Tonight, Umar launches its new EP at

-7.00pm in Cardiff's Clwb Ifor Bach.

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-At 7.30pm, there's cawl and music

-with the Llanfynydd YFC...

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-..at Pantglas Hall in Llanfynydd

-but bring a bowl and spoon!

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-There's another evening of cawl and

-music at Cilcennin Village Hall...

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-..with Eifion Morgan

-and Cerys and Alaw Silvestri-Jones.

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-It's 8 entry.

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-On Saturday at 10.00am...

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-..there's a craft fair at Shepherds

-Country Inn at Felindre in Swansea.

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-It's a fund-raising event

-for the Elusen Jac Bach Charity.

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-At 7.00pm at the Seion Newydd Centre

-in Morriston...

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-..Parti Llwchwr has a concert

-and it's 10 a ticket.

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-Carmarthen's Lyric Theatre has a

-St David's Gala concert at 7.00pm...

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-..with special performances

-so all are welcome.

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-At 7.30pm in Plas Glyn-y-Weddw

-in Llanbedrog, Pwllheli...

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-..there's a concert featuring

-Trystan Llyr and Meinir Wyn Roberts.

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-On Sunday at 10.00am, the Morlan

-Centre has a St David's service...

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-..as part of the St David's Day

-Parade weekend in Aberystwyth.

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-All are welcome.

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-There's plenty of events taking

-place around Wales this weekend.

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-There's also plenty to do

-in the kitchen with Gareth.

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-He's baking some cakes

-for Mother's Day.

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-We prepare some cakes

-that are homemade.

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-Melt some butter.

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-Give it a stir.

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-This is salted butter.

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-The children can get involved

-in the kitchen.

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-We are making cupcakes.

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-We need to add some caster sugar

-and some flour.

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-Sieve the flour.

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-The children will enjoy this.

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-Add the eggs are the same time.

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-You need to crack two eggs.

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-You want all the ingredients

-at room temperature.

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-You need to use a hand processor

-to whip it all!

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-I've got some large organic eggs

-that add plenty of colour.

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-I've got a large bowl

-to whip everything too.

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-You want the mixture to be light.

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-We've got an event to announce.

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-Llanelli and district

-united Cymanfa Ganu service...

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-..is held on Sunday at 5.00pm in

-Bethel Chapel, Glan y Mor, Llanelli.

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-Arrange the cupcake cases.

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-These are lovely cases.

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-You want the mixture

-to fall from the spoon.

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-Don't overfill the cases.

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-This will make around 12 case.

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-Bake them at 180 degrees Celsius

-for 30 minutes.

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-Allow them to cool in the tin tray

-before you remove them.

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-You don't want them

-to lose their shape.

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-I've got another device that will

-remove the centre of the cakes.

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-It's like removing the core

-of an apple.

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-You can fill the centres

-with some jam or lemon curd.

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-We've got some sugar icing

-with some food colouring paste.

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-Mix it all together.

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-There's a lovely velvety

-pink colour.

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-I would love to eat that icing

-straight off the spoon!

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-You can sample some of the mixture.

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-We want to create some frosting.

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-Make a swirl shape with the mixture.

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-Top it with some sparkles.

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-Add some butter paste

-to the top of this cake.

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-It reminds me of the snow

-I saw in Lampeter this morning.

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-We are going to make a gerbera

-with the next cake.

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-This will be a lovely flower shape

-on the cake.

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-Llinos has joined us in the kitchen.

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-What's coming up on Heno tonight?

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-Daf Wyn is in Cardigan Castle

-for the Hoelion Wyth Eisteddfod.

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-The mother and daughter singing duo,

-Gwenda and Geinor perform for us.

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-We chat to the comedians,

-Dan Thomas and Steffan Alun.

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-They're embarking upon

-a stand-up tour of Wales.

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-Ffion Hague tells us what we can

-expect from the new Mamwlad series.

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-The new series starts this Sunday.

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-Let's serve the cakes now.

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-I've got some oasis and tissue paper

-to present them in a bouquet form.

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-I call it a bouquet-cake!

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Prynhawn Da returns

-at 2.00pm on Monday.

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-I'm very excited because Dan

-is celebrating British Pie Week.

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-There's also advice for those

-who want to quit smoking.

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-One lucky viewer gets a

-special makeover from our team.

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-Dylan ar Daith - O San Steffan i

-Tennessee follows the news on S4C.

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-Today, Dylan Iorwerth follows the

-path of the reporter, John Griffith.

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-Enjoy your weekend, goodbye.

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Y prynhawn yma Gareth Richards fydd yma'n coginio a bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 yn y cwis Mwy neu Lai. Gareth Richards is in the kitchen and you could win £100 in the weekly quiz.


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