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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-at the end of the week.
-The first week back after January
-has flown by.
-The Christmas Cracker Competition...
-..has been put to bed for
-another year so Mwy Neu Lai is back!
-It's a great way
-to get some ready cash.
-You could win anything up to 100.
-Call us now to register
-on 08443 35 18 97.
-A number will be chosen at random
-and you could win 100 or more!
-Gareth is making a fish pie
-followed by a sumptuous cheesecake.
-It's a big year for literature...
-..and Wales celebrates 100 years
-since the birth of Roald Dahl.
-Lleucu Siencyn from Literature Wales
-looks forward to the celebrations.
-The Gossip Girls discuss the meaning
-behind the way we sleep...
-..if the term "baby brain" exists
-and people who struggle with names.
-There's plenty for you to enjoy with
-Mari and me on today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start today's programme
-in the kitchen with Gareth.
-Happy New Year to you, Gareth.
-And the same to you.
-Today's first dish is a fish pie.
-Many of us have over-indulged
-at Christmas time.
-so we are making a fish pie.
-It's a traditional dish
-to have on a Friday.
-Get a frying pan on a stove.
-Add all these ingredients to it.
-This ingredient is popular for 2016
-and that is coconut milk.
-We've also got some coconut oil.
-It's a lot healthier for you.
-Pour some left over white wine
-in the pan.
-We've also got some garlic oil.
-Finely slice spring onions...
-..and you need the zest and juice
-of a lime.
-There's a Thai flavour to this dish.
-Grate the zest of the lime.
-It's packed full of vitamin C.
-Next, we pour in the juice
-of the lime.
-We add the cod and hake.
-You can use any type of fish.
-The skin helps to keep
-the fish intact.
-You can also use salmon.
-Poach the fish in the pan.
-Many people will use ready prepared
-fish pie fillings.
-We also have some bay leaves
-to add a different flavour.
-The next step is to fill
-some pie pots.
-They are smaller than plates
-and means you will eat less.
-Dr Ann said yesterday that we should
-We like larger dishes!
-There are four dishes here.
-The juice remains in the frying pan
-to provide a delicious sauce.
-It's very flavoursome.
-The next step
-is to create the topping.
-I've been cooking some celeriac
-that comes from the celery family.
-Boil the celeriac.
-Season it with a little salt.
-Crush the celeriac.
-Top the fillings with the celeriac.
-Next, we chop the spring onions.
-Sprinkle them over the top.
-Top it with some parmesan cheese
-We are also going to make spirals
-with a courgette.
-I've got a device
-called a spiralizer for this.
-It was a popular device
-to use last year.
-Serve the courgette raw.
-Bake at a temperature of gas
-Steffan from the S4C weather team
-has joined us in the studio.
-What does the weekend weather have
-in store for us?
-There will less rain next week.
-The rain has tuned into showers.
-There aren't so many floods now.
-There's plenty of talk that
-the weather is going to turn cold.
-If you live on the higher grounds,
-you might see some snow.
-The weather is changeable
-over the next few days.
-The weather will get colder
-and cause a few problems on roads.
-Keep an eye on the weather online.
-The pie is ready and serve it with
-some raw courgette.
-Later, we'll be playing
-our first Mwy Neu Lai for 2016.
-Get dialling on 08443 35 18 97.
-Our phones line close at 2.30pm.
-You could win over 100 which is
-ideal for any Christmas debt!
-After the break, Lleucu Siencyn from
-Literature Wales joins us...
-..to chat about the events to mark
-the centenary of Roald Dahl's birth.
-In 2014, we celebrated the life
-and work of Dylan Thomas.
-This year marks 100 years since
-the birth of the author, Roald Dahl.
-Roald Dahl has a special place in
-the hearts of thousands of people...
-..both the young and old
-and people from all over the world.
-However, few people realize
-that this author is Welsh.
-Literature Wales is responsible for
-developing literature in Wales...
-..and has taken it upon themselves
-to change attitudes...
-..and bring Dahl home to Wales.
-joins us to tell us more.
-Who was Roald Dahl?
-Roald Dahl is loved by children
-and adults all over the world.
-He has sold more than
-200 million books.
-Many didn't know
-that he was born in Cardiff.
-Roald Dahl was born in Cardiff in
-1916 and was of Norwegian decent.
-Many of my co-workers have been
-discussing with his family...
-..that we want to bring back
-Roald Dahl to Wales.
-Tell us about his books.
-Roald Dahl is popular
-and famous to all of us.
-Many of his books have been
-translated into the Welsh language.
-Elin Meeke's translation work
-He's very adventurous and
-mischievous in his books.
-The author wasn't afraid
-to talk about certain topics.
-Many of his books
-were targeted at children.
-He suffered a lot of tragedy in his
-life and was a complex character.
-George's Marvellous Medicine is one
-of the favourites of our viewers.
-George's Marvellous Medicine
-..are among his best-loved books.
-We all know The BFG is set
-to hit our cinema screens soon.
-Literature Wales will work
-with communities, youth groups...
-..festivals, arts organizations and
-businesses to mark the centenary.
-Literature Wales has been given
-funding by the Welsh Government.
-Literature Wales has launched
-a new outreach and funding scheme...
-..called Invent Your Event.
-Invent Your Event will engage
-the whole of Wales in literature...
-..creative writing and reading.
-We want to hear about the themes
-of his books.
-You don't have to stick
-to certain topics.
-You can even refer to cooking
-and so on.
-There's advice on our website
-that will help you hold your events.
-We've roped in Merched y Wawr
-and the Eisteddfod for this.
-You can also invite an author
-to come and talk at your events.
-We want everyone to take part
-in the celebrations.
-We want the entire year
-to be a year of celebrating.
-This celebration makes us want to
-return to read his books.
-You could hold an event
-on Prynhawn Da!
-It's time for a break but
-whilst you go and make a cuppa...
-..stop at the phone and register
-for Mwy Neu Lai on 08443 35 18 97.
-There's still plenty to come
-on Prynhawn Da in a few minutes.
-Have you called 08443 35 18 97
-to register for Mwy Neu Lai yet?
-"No, I've forgotten,"
-I hear you say!
-There's only a matter of minutes
-left so get dialling now.
-The all-important number
-is 08443 35 18 97.
-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.
-Gareth returns to dazzle our sweet
-tooth but it's going to be healthy!
-It's time to meet
-today's Gossip Girls.
-We're joined by Gwenno Dafydd,
-Jennifer Clarke and Sioned Lewis.
-Welcome to you all.
-The first topic of the is concerned
-with our sleep.
-Before we hear from the ladies,
-let's hear how the Welsh sleep.
-My bedtime tends to be quite late
-due to my line of work in the port.
-I usually sleep on my right side.
-I start off on my back
-and roll on to my sides.
-I sleep comfortably on my belly.
-I've slept on my left
-I sleep on my right side.
-I sleep well on my back and front
-unless my baby cries or I'm worried.
-Yes, I sleep great.
-I fall asleep immediately
-and sleep through the night.
-I don't usually get much sleep.
-I like my bed
-so I get a good night's sleep.
-Thanks to the people of Wales
-for their comments.
-New research has shown
-that the position of our body...
-..affects the way you sleep.
-Those who sleep on your left
-are at risk of having nightmares.
-People who sleep in their right
-have a better quality of sleep.
-Those who sleep on their stomach
-are more likely to dream about sex.
-How do you sleep, ladies?
-We want you to reveal all!
-I normally sleep on my belly!
-Everyone knows now!
-Yes, so do I!
-I've got a little routine.
-My husband says that
-I take a long time to go to bed.
-I have a routine.
-I sleep very well.
-What side do you sleep on, Jennifer?
-I don't really sleep at all.
-I go to bed and read.
-I sleep on all parts of my body...
-..whatever part works!
-I'll fall asleep for
-about ten minutes...
-..and then will be awake for hours!
-I slept well when I had children.
-Since then, I haven't slept much.
-What about you, Gwenno?
-I don't sleep at all.
-I don't like going to bed...
-..but I don't like getting out
-of it either.
-I think my lack of sleep is because
-I have a bad back.
-Sioned, you sleep well
-so do you get any dreams?
-I'll know why I wake up
-and are hot and sweaty!
-It'll be because of the dreams.
-A lot of people have phones
-and televisions in the rooms.
-I sleep well at the moment.
-Wait until you've had your baby!
-The second subject is quite apt
-as it concerns the baby brain.
-A recent article claims that there
-is very little evidence...
-..to suggest that
-the baby brain actually exists.
-I think that the baby brain
-There's so many things running
-around in my brain at the moment.
-What are you views on this, ladies?
-I've just become a grandmother
-I remember when I had my children...
-..and there was so many things
-I had many things flying
-around in my brain...
-..and you have to look to
-Does baby brain exit, Gwenno?
-Becoming a mother changes your life!
-It takes time for you to get
-used to the situation.
-I suspect it's all about sleep.
-The body adapts to your situation.
-It's amazing how you can get used
-to your situation.
-I tend to mix our names up
-on the programme.
-My name's Owain!
-I forget why I go to a room.
-I'm just the same.
-I did it this morning.
-I think the baby brain term
-is just an excuse!
-Next, we look at the difficulties
-faced by non-Welsh speakers...
-..when it comes
-to spelling Welsh names.
-Sian David from Wales currently
-lives in Bristol.
-She enjoys nothing better
-than visiting a coffee shop...
-..where they write your name on the
-side of the cup.
-Sian has shared
-a number of photographs online...
-..each time her name
-has been spelt incorrectly.
-My name is Owain
-but it has been spelt as Ewan.
-Mari has been spelt Marie.
-We've got coffee
-for our Gossip Girls too.
-Rhiannon can bring them in.
-We can see Gwenow for Gwenno.
-In the past, people do find it
-difficult to say my name.
-It doesn't matter what I say
-There's Sinead for Sioned.
-I've often seen my name as Sinead.
-I have to laugh at it.
-Sometimes, I'll answer to Sinead.
-I often tell people my name is Owen.
-It means I don't have to spell
-out my name!
-Jennifer shouldn't have a problem
-with her name.
-People can never spell my name
-They wonder if it's two fs
-or two ns.
-I like the Welsh version
-of the name.
-The Welsh can be to relaxed
-about their names.
-It's important to persevere.
-I had to spell my first name and
-surname before I got married.
-Owain Gwynedd Gruffydd
-can pose as a problem!
-We should praise Ioan Gruffydd.
-He refused to change his name.
-I have great respect for him.
-Be proud of your name.
-After the break, we'll play
-our first Mwy Neu Lai of 2016.
-with a January cheesecake.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-It's time to play...
-It's time to play...
-Mwy Neu Lai.
-We should have a caller on the line.
-It's the first Mwy Neu Lai of 2016.
-It's Megan Jones from Caernarfon.
-Happy New Year to you, Megan.
-What's the weather like
-in your area today?
-The sun is shining in Caernarfon
-at the moment.
-We'll ask you a series of questions
-and the answers are numbers.
-You don't need to know the number...
-..but simply if the answer is higher
-or lower than the previous number.
-There's 10 for each correct answer.
-Today's starting number is 8
-as it's 8 January.
-Your 60 seconds starts
-as soon as you hear Mari's voice.
-How many days are in January
-- higher or lower than 8?
-Correct - 31.
-How many months are in a year
-- higher or lower than 31?
-Incorrect - 12.
-Is 3 x 3 higher or lower than 12?
-Correct - 9.
-Is the unlucky number for a Welshman
-higher or lower than 9?
-Correct - 3.
-Is a dozen higher or lower than 3?
-Correct - 12.
-How tall is Penyfan in metres
-- higher or lower than 12?
-Correct - 886.
-How old is David Bowie
-- higher or lower than 886?
-Correct - 69.
-How many days are in a fortnight
-- higher or lower than 69?
-Correct - 14.
-How many years are in a century
-- higher or lower than 14?
-Correct - 100.
-How old would've Elvis been today
-- higher or lower than 100?
-Correct - 81.
-How many pennies are in 2
-- higher or lower than 81?
-Correct - 200.
-Congratulations, you've won 100!
-Thank you very much.
-It's a lovely amount.
-Thank you for playing...
-Thank you for playing...
-Mwy Neu Lai!
-to Megan in Caernarfon.
-Let's see what's happening
-in your area at the start of 2016.
-Plygain services are held
-across Wales this weekend.
-It starts tonight at St Cynog's,
-Llangynog at 6.30pm...
-..and also at Darowen,
-Machynlleth at 7.00pm.
-The National Botanic Garden of Wales
-hosts its Antiques Weekend.
-The garden is open between 10.00am
-and 3.30pm and entry costs only 3.
-On Sunday, more Plygain services are
-held at Gwaelod y Garth at 4.30pm...
-..at St Twrog's,
-Llanddarog at 5.00pm...
-..and in London's
-Jewin Chapel at 6.00pm.
-Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa
-has more singing at 6.30pm...
-..and Blaenannerch Chapel
-We close today's programme
-in the kitchen with Gareth.
-It's still a busy time in Wales.
-The next recipe of the day
-is for a January cheesecake.
-How does a January cheesecake...
-..differ to cheesecakes
-served at other times in the year?
-This is a healthier cheesecake...
-..than you would have
-in any other months.
-It's also a small cheesecake.
-I'm using cereal for the base.
-This also contains dried fruit.
-You have to grind it
-in the food processor.
-This is going to create crumbs.
-We also need some texture in it.
-Melt some butter in a pan.
-Butter is better for you than
-You need about 50g of butter.
-The gelatine is placed in water
-Pour the base into a bowl...
-..and add some of the butter.
-You want to retain the texture...
-..so you might not need
-as much of the butter.
-The butter helps to bind
-This is going to be served in an
-old baked bean tin.
-I like the recycling aspect here.
-The top and bottom
-have been removed.
-The tin has been lined
-with greaseproof paper.
-Fill it to about a quarter
-of the way up the tin.
-Press down the base.
-This is going to stick.
-It's left to chill in the fridge
-for about 15 minutes to harden.
-There's half-fat cream cheese.
-Add some natural Greek yoghurt.
-These are at room temperature.
-We need some flavour too.
-Add some honey to it.
-Honey is better for the body
-Grease the spoon first...
-..and the honey should slip off
-I prefer to lick the spoon.
-This is great for those
-who are eating healthily.
-But you could serve this
-pudding throughout the year.
-Add the zest of an orange.
-Orange and honey
-are a great combination.
-We also want the orange juice.
-You could use either
-lemon or lime too.
-There's also some vanilla paste.
-The spoon is too big for the pot!
-I like that these mistakes
-happen to Gareth!
-That's live television for you.
-There's also the gelatine.
-Elin from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-Alison Huw is in the studio
-with useful advice...
-..on eating healthily
-without going to too much effort.
-She wants to encourage us to eat
-more fruit and vegetables.
-Owain is going to be featuring
-on tonight's Heno.
-I might be wearing lycra!
-so there's music in the studio...
-..from a relatively new
-Welsh band called Fi a Fo.
-We chat with the goalkeeper from the
-Nantlle Vale, Owain Fon Williams...
-..about his hopes for representing
-Wales in Euro 2016.
-We go behind the scenes of S4C's
-political drama, Byw Celwydd.
-What's happened now, Gareth?
-I've added the gelatine.
-This goes into the tin.
-Here's some I made earlier.
-You have 30 seconds!
-I've only got two.
-I've got one for Elin, too.
-We need a spoon.
-Decorate it with some fruit.
-Get us a spoon for us, Elin.
-You can share yours!
-No, I can't eat it.
-I've got to wear lycra later.
-Prynhawn Da returns
-on Monday at 2.00pm...
-..and we celebrate the success
-of a cheese company in Wales.
-There's many successful companies
-..and 2016 is an important year for
-the Carmarthenshire Cheese Company.
-We also wish you a Happy New Year
-as we celebrate the Old New Year.
-Sion a Sian: Dathlu 50 follows the
-news and weather at 3.00pm on S4C.
-It marks 50 years of the oldest
-quiz show on Welsh television.
-Have a great weekend.
-Until Monday, it's a very
-good afternoon to you all.
Gareth Richards sydd yn y gegin a bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 yn y cwis Mwy neu Lai. Today on Prynhawn Da, Gareth Richards is in the kitchen and you could win £100 in the weekly quiz.