Fri, 10 Nov 2017 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 10 Nov 2017

A chance for you to win £100 or more in Mwy neu Lai, and Gareth Richards offers inspiration in the kitchen. Bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 neu fwy yn Mwy neu Lai a bydd Gareth yn ...


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-Hello and welcome to the

-final Prynhawn Da of the week.

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-It's set to be a busy weekend with

-Wales playing tonight and tomorrow.

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-Yes, and I've got a ticket

-to the rugby match tomorrow.

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-I'll be singing

-at the Cerdd Dant Festival.

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-I'm sure you'll be warmer than me.

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-It's Friday, which means we'll

-be playing our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Today, Gareth continues

-our Christmas preparations.

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-He's got vegetables to serve with

-the turkey and some edible gifts.

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-Lowri Cooke reviews the latest

-blockbusters to hit the cinema.

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-Murder on the Orient Express

-and Paddington 2 are among them.

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-Iolo Williams also admires

-the signs of nature in November.

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-It's Friday and we're joined

-by the Gossip Girls.

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-One of our topics discusses

-the age you should stop driving.

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-Join Sian and myself over the next

-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We're very generous on a Friday

-as we enjoy splashing the cash!

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-You can win 100 or more

-in Mwy Neu Lai.

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-You don't need to answer a question,

-but just register on 08443 35 18 97.

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-Sian and I could be calling you

-before the end of the programme.

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-I'm sure 100 will be very handy

-in the run-up to Christmas.

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-Get dialling now

-as it could be your lucky day!

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-We start today's programme

-in the kitchen with Gareth.

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-Today, we've got at vegetables

-to accompany our turkey.

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-The preparations are underway.

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-Our vegetables are parsnips,

-carrots and brussel sprouts.

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-We've got a lot to do today.

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-We are preparing

-the three vegetables today.

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-I've got two frying pans on the hob.

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-We start with the carrots.

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-Slice them thinly.

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-You want the vegetables to cook

-in the same time.

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-Orange juice

-compliments the carrots.

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-Place the orange juice and carrots

-in the mircrowave.

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-Cover with some cling film and place

-in the microwave for five minutes.

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-They will steam in the microwave.

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-It also creates space on your hob.

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-Soften 200g of butter.

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-It should be at room temperature.

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-Add the zest of the orange

-to the butter.

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-Add some parsley and cumin seeds.

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-They will add more flavour.

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-This is set to be a cracker!

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-I will shape it into a cracker.

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-You can place this cracker

-in the fridge for a week.

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-It could stand in the freezer

-for about a month.

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-Roll the butter in some cling film

-and form a cracker shape.

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-Allow it to chill in the fridge.

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-The frying pans are warming.

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-Add some butter to one frying pan

-with a splash of oil.

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-The oil

-stops the butter from burning.

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-We've got some smoked lardons.

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-Fry on a high heat.

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-The next ingredient is almonds.

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-I'm roasting them.

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-They can be quite creamy in

-flavour.

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-Breadcrumbs will absorb the

-oil and butter and caramalize.

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-Leave them in the frying pan.

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-Next, we have some parsnips.

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-We've got a baking tray here.

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-Grease the tray with some butter.

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-I've sliced the parsnips thinly.

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-It's going to resemble

-a dauphinoise.

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-I've got a pint and a half of double

-cream to add to the parnsips.

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-It will serve eight people.

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-Add some chopped white onions.

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-Don't boil the cream

-or it will split.

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-Bring the ingredients to a simmer.

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-Once the cream thickens,

-add some thyme leaves.

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-You can prepare this beforehand.

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-Sprinkle some strong cheese

-over the top.

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-Bake at 180C in the oven.

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-The sprouts need to be warmed now.

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-Warm them with the breadcrumbs.

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-The carrots are also ready!

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-The carrots need the glaze.

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-Open the butter

-with the parsley and orange.

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-Add to the butter to the carrots

-and serve.

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-Next, we have the sprouts.

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-Place them in a bowl.

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-There's plenty of colour

-with these vegetables.

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-After the break, Lowri Cooke

-reviews the latest film releases.

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-First, let's hear about your events

-in the Prynhawn Da Calendar.

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-Tomorrow, there's a Christmas Fair

-at the Pensioners Hall in Ammanford.

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-It's from 10.00am to midday

-and tickets are 2.

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-Ysgol Glantaf cycle the distance

-from Johannesburg and Cape Town...

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-..outside the Holiday Inn

-in the centre of Cardiff...

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-..for the school's netball, hockey

-and football tour of South Africa.

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-There's a craft and produce fair

-at Ysgol Botwnnog in Pwllheli...

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-..between 10.00am and 3.00pm

-and it's 2 entry.

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-St Anne's Church in Cwmffrwd

-has stalls selling cakes, flowers...

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-..bric-a-brac, a raffle and a

-lot more from 10.00am to 1.30pm...

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-..and all proceeds

-go to the LATCH charity.

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-Ysgol Cenarth has its winter fair

-at Boncath Hall.

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-It's from 11.15am to 2.00pm selling

-food and a raffle and much more.

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-On Wednesday, the Llanelli Floral

-Art Society has its Christmas show.

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-It's in the Ffwrnes Theatre

-at 7.00pm and tickets are 14.

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-On Thursday, Cor Curiad hosts Carols

-and Crafts at the Diplomat Hotel.

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-Doors open at 6.00pm

-and is in aid of Marie Curie.

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-Crymych Rugby Club hosts

-Ysgol y Frenni's Beaujolais Night.

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-It starts at 7.00pm

-and tickets are 10.

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-Welcome back.

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-There's still time to register

-for today's Mwy Neu Lai.

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-It's simple as all you need to do

-is call us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-You could be chosen at random

-to play the quiz later...

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-..and all you need to do

-is answer higher or lower.

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-Lowri Cooke joins us to review

-the latest blockbusters.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-The Christmas films

-are in the cinema already.

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-I have to admit that I've

-already seen one of today's films.

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-Murder on the Orient Express

-was great!

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-There's a glitz and glamour!

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-We start with this remake.

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-Let's take a look at a clip

-from the film.

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-Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to...

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-It appears that our bad luck

-has worsened, that is...

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-A passenger has died on the train.

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-He was murdered.

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-As we're snowbound,

-I have elected to take the case...

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-..and find for my friend,

-Monsieur Bouc, the criminal.

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-And why you?

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-My name is Hercule Poirot...

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-..and I am probably the greatest

-detective in the world.

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-It's a great film.

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-Murder on the Orient Express

-boasts a stellar cast.

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-This is a remake

-of the 1974 classic.

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-Sean Connery and Rachel Roberts

-starred in the 1974 film.

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-The whodunnit's stellar cast feature

-Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer...

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-..Dame Judi Dench

-and Sir Kenneth Branagh.

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-Olivia Coleman also stars.

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-I haven't seen the original version.

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-I was surprised by it all.

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-It was a great advertisement

-for this magnificent train.

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-The scenes were magical

-in this film.

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-Kenneth makes his mark

-with his moustache as Poirot.

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-He draws you into the film.

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-Some actors stand out and others

-blend into the background.

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-Paddington 2 is next.

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-Forget about Christmas,

-this film is magical.

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-In the past month,

-these three shadowy individuals...

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-..have all been seen snooping around

-three London landmarks.

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-I'm sorry,

-this is a private conversation.

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-It's alright, Mr Brown,

-this is my friend, Knuckles.

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-And this is Phipps, Spoon, Jimmy the

-Snitch, T-Bone, the Professor...

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-..Squeaky Pete, Double Bass Bob,

-Farmer Jack, Mad Dog...

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-..Johnny Cashpoint, Sir Geoffrey

-Wilcott and Charlie Rumble.

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-I loved the first one.

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-What are your thoughts

-on this sequel?

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-The sequel is better

-than the first one.

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-The film suits all ages.

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-It brings London to life.

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-It reminds me of Fantastic Mr Fox.

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-Paddington is now happily

-settled with the Brown family.

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-Hugh Grant plays the villain,

-Phoenix Buchanan.

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-I've never seen him play a better

-role since Four Weddings.

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-Paddington ends up in jail.

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-This film made me glow inside!

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-Our final film is the comedy,

-Bad Moms Christmas.

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-It's one of the first

-Christmas films of the year.

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-This time, the Bad Moms return

-for some jolly festive capers.

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-Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell

-and Kathryn Hahn...

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-..reprise their roles as Amy, Kiki

-and Carla in Bad Moms Christmas.

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-Susan Sarandon also stars

-as one of the Bad Mom's mothers.

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-There's plenty of misbehaviour

-in this film.

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-They must create the perfect

-Christmas for their families...

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-..whilst hosting

-and entertaining their own mothers.

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-They rebel against the challenges

-and expectations of Christmas.

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-It's worth a watch

-but there's plenty of capers!

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-Llinos Lee can't wait to see it.

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-Take your friends to see it.

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-I've liked all the films today.

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-My favourite is Paddington 2.

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-After the break, Iolo Williams tells

-us what nature offers in November.

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-The Gossip Girls discuss the age at

-which people should stop driving...

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-..mixed changing rooms and sending

-children to school when unwell.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-The phone lines for today's

-Mwy Neu Lai have now closed.

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-We'll play Mwy Neu Lai

-with one lucky viewer later.

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-Viewers of Heno will know that

-the naturalist, Iolo Williams...

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-..has launched a campaign to get us

-to appreciate the world of nature.

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-Today, he visits the RSPB Burton

-Mere Wetlands on the Dee Estuary...

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-..to tell us what we can see

-this November.

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-I worry that we're losing

-our connection with nature.

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-We don't know the names

-of our birds, animals and plants.

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-Every month, I'll show you what you

-can see and reveal old sayings...

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-..so that we retain our close

-association with the environment.

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-It's November

-and it's the month of birds.

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-The swallows have migrated...

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-..but thousands of birds

-have arrived here for the winter.

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-I'm at Burton Mere Wetlands,

-the RSPB reserve in the Dee Estuary.

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-The Dee Estuary is one of the best

-places in Britain to spot birds.

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-Over 110,000 spend the winter

-at the site.

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-Hundreds are behind me

-but let's take a closer look.

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-One of the great advantages

-of such a large reserve...

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-..is that you can get quite close to

-the birds without disturbing them.

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-The wild duck or mallard

-is very prominent here.

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-I hope that most of you

-will recognize it.

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-The drake is brightly coloured

-whilst the duck is very plain.

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-There's a good reason for this.

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-The drake has to attract the duck

-so needs to look attractive...

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-..but she has to lay

-and protect the eggs.

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-They nest on the ground so she has

-to blend with the background.

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-That's the reason.

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-These are the leaves of the oak

-and the alder and the ash.

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-During the autumn,

-the leaves change colour.

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-Why is that?

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-In the spring and summer, the leaves

-are green due to the chlorophyll...

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-..which helps to convert the energy

-of the sun into food.

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-The chlorophyll breaks down and

-other chemicals come to the fore...

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-..to give the yellow,

-orange, brown and red shades.

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-These hides are great and enable you

-to get even closer to the birds.

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-One prominent bird here

-is the "cornchwiglen" or lapwing.

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-It was a common bird in Wales when I

-was a young but is quite rare now.

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-In the winter, they travel from the

-far north to spend the winter here.

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-It's a lovely looking bird.

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-Many think November

-is a bleak month...

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-..but the Burton Mere Wetlands RSPB

-Reserve disproves that theory.

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-There's plenty to see.

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-You won't see anything

-unless you get off that sofa...

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-..and go outside to have fun.

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-Contact us with a photograph

-or a question that needs answering.

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-Goodbye for now.

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-Send your questions

-to our usual address.

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-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Email [email protected]

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-..or contact us via Twitter

-on #BwrddNaturHeno

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-Today's Gossip Girls are

-Branwen, Rita and Sioned.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Our first topic

-is all about driving.

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-People always question the age

-at which you should stop driving...

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-..or when you should

-re-sit your test.

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-There's been a lot of television

-programmes about older drivers...

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-..and the dangers they can cause.

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-The latest story is of a 90-year-old

-driver who killed a young lady.

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-He reversed into her after confusing

-the accelerator and the brake.

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-What are your thoughts on this?

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-When should you stop driving?

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-I think the individual needs

-to reach the decision themselves.

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-Most car accidents

-are caused by new drivers.

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-As you get older,

-you have less accidents.

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-Knowing you have to stop driving

-is one thing...

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-..but you have to be sensible too.

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-After passing 70, you have to

-renew your driving licence...

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-..every three years.

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-I'm over 70.

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-I like to be cautious.

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-Some might say that

-you're too cautious!

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-Would you sit a test again?

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-I suspect it would be alright...

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-..if they should test you

-every few years.

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-This applies to us all.

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-I don't think anyone checks

-about the new rules with driving.

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-We all make mistakes.

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-There's also vision tests.

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-I think we should all be assessed...

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-..every ten or 15 years.

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-I know people who have been

-forced to stop driving...

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-..because of medical conditions.

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-When you live in the countryside...

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-..it can be quite isolating.

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-We need to think about

-this carefully.

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-Let's move to our second topic.

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-The high street store, Topshop

-has caused a stir...

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-..by introducing gender-neutral

-changing rooms...

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-..which means that men and women

-will share the same spaces.

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-This follows a complaint

-from a transgendered person...

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-..who was stopped from entering

-the ladies changing room...

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-..in one of the Topshop stores

-of Manchester.

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-What are your thoughts on this,

-Rita?

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-I think that person should have been

-allowed into the changing room...

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-..in the first place!

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-I don't mind about

-these changing rooms...

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-..as long as the curtains

-are thick or there's a large door!

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-i don't see the difference with

-these gender-neutral toilets!

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-I don't see the difference with

-these gender-neutral toilets!

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-I think it's all about

-retaining your own privacy.

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-I think you should be separate.

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-You're vulnerable at that timne.

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-You ask people

-for a different size...

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-..and you could be half naked!

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-You check with friends about

-the state of your clothes.

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-I don't want to share

-the same space with men.

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-I don't feel comfortable with this.

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-I still think that person

-should have been allowed...

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-..into the changing rooms.

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-She was forced to go and change

-in the men's changing rooms.

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-Would you mind, Sioned?

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-I think Topshop

-has been very brave...

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-..in their decision to do this.

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-People like to strut around

-in new clothes.

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-I think it depends

-on your personality.

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-A lot of people

-take their children shopping.

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-We're not sure about this issue.

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-We don't have time for any more.

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-After the break, one lucky viewer

-will play our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-If you registered, stay by your

-phone as we could be calling you.

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-Gareth returns

-with some edible Christmas gifts.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to play...

-Mwy Neu Lai.

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-We should have a caller on the line.

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-It's Les John from Cefneithin.

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-How are you?

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-I'm very well, thank you.

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-What's the weather like

-in your area today?

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-It's dry but cold!

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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 10.

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-Your 60 seconds starts as soon

-as Daf asks the first question.

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-Good luck!

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-How many pennies are in 5

-- higher or lower than 10?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 500.

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-In seconds, how long is Mwy Neu Lai

-- higher or lower than 500?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 60.

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-Are there higher or lower

-than 60 days in November?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 30.

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-Does Wales have higher or lower

-than 30 National Parks?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 3.

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-How many feats are in a decathlon

-- higher or lower than 3?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 10.

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-Are there higher or lower

-than 10 players on a rugby pitch?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 30.

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-How many sides does an octagon have

-- higher or lower than 30?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 8.

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-Is it higher or lower than 8 miles

-from Llanelli to Llanrwst?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 131.

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-What is 5 X 5

-- higher or lower than 131?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 25.

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-How many legs does a sheep have

-- higher or lower than 25?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 4.

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-In minutes, what is the length of a

-rugby game - higher or lower than 4?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 80.

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-Are there higher or lower

-than 80 days in a fortnight?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 14.

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-Your time is up!

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-Congratulations, you've won 120!

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-Thank you very much.

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-Are you happy with your winnings?

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-Yes, that's brilliant.

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-Thank you for playing...

-Mwy Neu Lai!

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-Congratulations to Les.

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-We close today's programme

-in the kitchen with Gareth.

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-Next, we've got a few dishes

-that make perfect edible gifts.

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-It's a good time to start thinking

-about making these items...

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-..that you could give

-to some unexpected guests.

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-We start with some empty boxes.

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-We're going to fill the boxes.

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-I've got some decorations,

-a card and some sellotape.

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-We've got the Prynhawn Da

-Christmas pickle.

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-The red paper goes on

-the base of the bxo.

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-Turn on the hob.

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-We'll start the process

-of making the pickle.

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-Prepare all the ingredients first.

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-You can chop and weigh everything.

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-You need 250ml

-of red wine vinegar...

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-..and the same amount of red wine.

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-The red wine vinegar

-isn't as harsh as malt vinegar.

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-We need some seedless grapes.

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-They can be any colour

-but try to stick to the red ones.

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-Add a teaspoon of cinnamon powder.

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-There's some fresh ginger.

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-I've chopped a Bramley apple.

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-There's also a red onion.

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-Red onion isn't as bitter

-as white onion.

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-You need a saucepan

-that has plenty of depth.

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-This is going to cook

-for about an hour.

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-Next, we have our raisins.

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-There's a lot of ingredients

-in a pickle.

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-Have I forgotten anything?

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-No, I think I've got everything...

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-..other than the orange zest.

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-We don't want the pith.

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-That needs to reduce

-and simmer for about an hour.

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-After the hour, add some dark

-brown sugar and some water.

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-There's a lot of ingredients.

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-Next, we add two dessert spoons

-of salt crystals.

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-Here's one I made earlier.

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-I've steralized some jam jars

-in the oven.

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-I like home-made gifts.

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-My brother made homemade

-toffee vodka.

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-People appreciate homemade items.

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-This pickle is a great colour.

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-You need the pots

-and lid to be hot...

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-..when they are filled.

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-This should be left

-for about two months...

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-..so that the flavours can mature.

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-Label it with the date

-of the preparation.

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-This goes into the box.

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-We've also got some biscuits

-and cheese.

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-There's a recipe

-for some glazed spicy nuts.

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-I've got some sugar and water...

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-..and one pack of mixed nuts.

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-there's all sorts of nuts in here.

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-It's mixed in the syrup.

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-Add some ginger powder and cinnamon.

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-When it's still hot...

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-..pour it over some greaseproof

-paper and allow to set.

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-Here's some I made earlier.

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-Break it up to serve.

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-This is my first Christmas present!

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-Thank you, Gareth.

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-There's no Heno tonight due to

-the live coverage of the football.

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-Good luck to the Welsh lads.

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-You can watch the game

-live on S4C from 5.45pm.

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-Good luck to the Welsh rugby team

-as they face Australia tomorrow.

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-On Monday's Prynhawn Da,

-Elwen rustles up some canapes.

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-We also hear about

-the latest campaign by Oxfam.

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-Tywysogion follows the news

-and weather on S4C.

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-This programme from the archives

-tells the story of Hywel Dda.

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-Have a great weekend.

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-From Sian, me and everyone in the

-studio, good afternoon to you all.

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A chance for you to win £100 or more in Mwy neu Lai, and Gareth Richards offers inspiration in the kitchen. Bydd cyfle i chi ennill £100 neu fwy yn Mwy neu Lai a bydd Gareth yn y gegin.


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