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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli for
-your Friday edition of Prynhawn Da.
-We hope you're enjoying your day and
-will enjoy today's programme too.
-Gareth rustles up a spicy menu.
-Gerallt visits Betws Gwerful Goch
-to meet a local celebrity.
-It's the singer, Trebor Edwards.
-Lowri Cooke discusses two
-of the big films for the weekend...
-..namely King Arthur
-and Alien Covenant.
-The Gossip Girls
-discuss the day's topics.
-Are parents to blame for having
-children that are fussy eaters?
-our Gossip Girls hard today.
-It's Christian Aid Week so they play
-a charity edition of Mwy Neu Lai.
-Stay tuned as it's going to be
-a great afternoon!
-We start today's programme
-in the kitchen with Gareth.
-It's British Sandwich Week and you
-have a twist on a normal sandwich.
-There's no point in me coming to
-Llanelli to make a normal sandwich!
-I'm making a kofta
-with some homemade bread.
-I've got a lot of work
-so I'll get cracking!
-Start by putting a griddle
-on the heat with a splash of oil.
-Let's start on the lamb koftas.
-What is a kofta?
-A lamb kofta is meat dish
-served on a wooden skewer.
-It's similar to a burger
-but is served on a skewer.
-I've got 800g of lamb mince
-that only contains 20% of fat.
-Add some finely chopped onions.
-All the ingredients
-need to be finely chopped.
-I think we'll add
-some dried apricots.
-People serve apples with pork
-and cranberries with turkey.
-The apricots add flavour
-and interest to the lamb.
-I've also got some pine nuts
-to give it some texture.
-Those are all the dry ingredients...
-..and the flavouring is prepared
-in a small food processor.
-It's small enough
-to leave out on the worktop.
-Most have big food processors
-in the cupboard and never use them.
-You don't need a large mixer
-to prepare those ingredients.
-No, so this smaller one
-could sit next to the toaster.
-Let's add two cloves of garlic
-and some fresh coriander leaves.
-Give it a blitz
-to prepare the paste.
-One of the leaves is stuck
-in the lid.
-There's no getting away!
-It's going into that bowl.
-This adds a lot of flavour
-but we need more...
-..so I'm using a spice from Morocco
-called Ras el hanout.
-Is a kofta from Morocco?
-Yes, that's right.
-This is flavoured
-with curry, coriander, cumin...
-..and crushed rose petals.
-That's a good ingredient
-as it's full of flavour.
-You need an egg to bind
-all the ingredients.
-Crack it into a separate bowl.
-Why are you beating it first?
-Beating it first makes it easier
-to add to the mixture.
-Bring it all together with a spoon.
-It's quite easy
-and all goes into one bowl.
-And it's very colourful.
-Yes, thanks to the fruit,
-nuts and meat.
-It should be left to rest
-before going on the skewers.
-We can skip that stage
-as time is against us...
-..so this goes around the wooden
-skewers that are soaked in water...
-..as it stops the wooden skewers
-from burning on the griddle.
-There's some logic here!
-You should do the same if this
-is for a barbecue or a frying pan.
-These would be great
-for the barbecue.
-Yes, and press on the meat firmly
-to get rid of any air pockets.
-You can prepare more and you should
-get six koftas from this recipe.
-Make sure you wash your hands
-after handling raw meat.
-These need four minutes on either
-side so that they are not raw.
-We can't serve these sandwiches
-..so I'm going to make
-some homemade bread.
-I've got 8oz or 200g
-of wholemeal flour.
-Add some black onion seeds
-to give more onion flavour.
-Bind this with about six tablespoons
-of lukewarm water.
-It should be warm enough to touch.
-Are you counting?
-Four, five, six.
-I hope that's right.
-I take the blame if I'm wrong.
-I hope that's enough.
-You can add more if it isn't enough.
-Yes, and I need to do that.
-You were wrong!
-This is much healthier because
-it's made from wholemeal flour.
-Time is against us, Gareth.
-Press it together and roll it out
-to be cooked on the griddle.
-The bread is going to absorb
-all the oils from the meat.
-I don't have much room
-so this can be squeezed on the end.
-You'll be glad to know that I made
-some earlier to serve to you.
-You can see the onion seeds
-in the bread.
-Whilst you do that,
-we can call on Rhodri Owen.
-Here he comes!
-It's busy in the kitchen today.
-What have you got tonight?
-On tonight's Heno,
-Yvonne marks 50 years of Y Lolfa.
-There's a lot of memories
-and a big party over the weekend.
-Y Twr by Gwenlyn Parry is a
-famous drama in the Welsh language.
-It's been adapted into an opera
-by Gwyneth Glyn...
-..and she chatted about it on Heno
-a few weeks ago.
-Cardigan's most famous brothers,
-Richard and Wyn Jones...
-..from the band Ail Symudiad
-will be performing in the studio.
-It's Christian Aid Week...
-..and Anni Llyn reveals the winners
-of a school competition.
-Join Llinos and me at 7.00pm.
-What have you put on the bread,
-I've spread some ricotta
-flavoured with mint on it.
-There's also some watercress...
-..and some salsa
-made from red onion and tomato.
-Owain loves a salsa.
-Thank you, Gareth and we'll have
-a pudding from you later.
-Trebor Edwards is a famous voice who
-has appeared on stages across Wales.
-His song, Yr Hen Shep
-is a favourite.
-Gerallt chatted with him
-at his farm.
-Pen y Bryniau is the perfect name
-for this farm, Trebor.
-Yes, as the name reflects
-the location on top of the hills.
-What can we see from here?
-is in that direction.
-The village of Betws Gwerful Goch
-is in the other direction.
-Over the bank, we have Corwen
-and I'm in the middle.
-as a farmer and singer...
-..and competing at the Royal Welsh
-Show is important to your family.
-Yes, but it's the lads who do the
-most competing and live for it.
-They love it!
-My grandsons also compete
-and they really enjoy it too.
-Looking back, I'm sure some shows
-are more important than others.
-The Royal Welsh Show and Winter Fair
-are both very important.
-They were either reserve champions
-or have won the championship...
-..and they love competing.
-Their father and grandfather
-have encouraged them to do it all.
-Yes, we try but the lads
-have competed themselves...
-..but they help my grandsons
-or their own sons.
-is the centre of your world...
-..but your singing career has taken
-you all over Wales and the world.
-I haven't travelled the whole world
-but seen some of it so am lucky.
-Ann, my wife, always travels with me
-and she loves it too.
-I've been lucky to have the lads.
-I went to Hong Kong many years ago
-for St David's Day...
-..and thought it was at the ends
-of the world.
-The lads said, "You've got to go as
-you won't get this chance again."
-They looked after the sheep during
-lambing season and they did well.
-You've had the lambing season
-but farming never has a quiet time.
-I've been very lucky.
-It's one extreme to the other
-which makes farming so interesting.
-Is the word "retire" in the vocab
-of a farmer and Trebor Edwards?
-I've just transferred the farm
-over to my two sons.
-Gwyn, Lyn and the children
-are at Pencraig Fawr...
-..whilst Erfyl, Menna and
-the children are in Pen y Bryniau.
-Ann and I live at Brynalaw
-to keep an eye on them!
-I've slowed down
-but live in poverty again.
-It's been lovely to chat with you.
-Thank you very much.
-Thanks for the warm welcome.
-It's great to see Trebor
-as he's one of my favourite people.
-Where am I on that list?
-Near the bottom.
-I'm not sharing my kofta with you
-because you've upset me.
-After the break, we discuss some
-new blockbusters with Lowri Cooke.
-The popcorn should be ready for us
-in a few minutes.
-has joined us in the studio.
-How are you?
-How are you?
-I'm great, thanks.
-Today, we're looking
-at the big films for the weekend...
-..and we start with King Arthur:
-Legend of the Sword.
-Before our chat, here's a clip.
-I was born in a brothel
-on a bridge in Londinium.
-The sword can only be drawn by
-Uther Pendragon or his direct heir.
-You felt it, didn't you?
-It's what put you out.
-You just don't know
-how to control it.
-So what happens now?
-You know what happens now.
-You're quickly becoming a legend.
-That was King Arthur:
-Legend of the Sword.
-Part of it was filmed in Wales
-and the legend derives from Wales.
-But what is the film like?
-I've seen some awful films
-in my time...
-..but I've never seen
-a blockbuster that's so abysmal!
-I thought you were going
-to say it is great.
-Why is this?
-It's a chaotic,
-confusing film with poor editing.
-The story doesn't make sense.
-And more than anything,
-it's a complete shambles!
-Guy Richie is the director
-and he sets his films in London.
-They include Lock Stock, Snatch and
-his recent Sherlock Holmes series.
-He transports the legend of Arthur
-to Londinium during the Roman era.
-There aren't any links with Wales,
-Cornwall or Somerset.
-Traditionally, the legend
-is linked to these places.
-The films starts at Camelot Castle.
-Uther is the father of Arthur
-and is in battle with a wizard.
-He's got a jealous brother called
-Vortigern portrayed by Jude Law.
-Vortigern steals the crown
-and murders his brother.
-A young Arthur flees on a boat
-and arrives in London.
-He's raised in a brothel
-and turns into a gangster.
-You'd expect to see this
-in a Guy Richie film.
-Arthur doesn't realize
-that he's the Prophesized Son.
-He's the real King of England!
-There isn't any mention of Wales.
-They've stolen the story!
-To be fair, the story has been
-transported to the countryside.
-And Guy Richie
-is familiar with mythology.
-He's visited Llyn Dinas Lake,
-Dinas Emrys and Capel Curig.
-He's also shot scenes at Tryfan
-where Sir Bedivere is buried.
-The acting and accents are abysmal.
-David Beckham also has a cameo
-in the film.
-You can barely hear him speak!
-His cameo role undermines the
-most important part of the film...
-..when Arthur pulls
-the sword out of the stone!
-Avoid this film like the plague!
-I hope you were pleased
-with this next film.
-It's Alien Covenant.
-You've all sacrificed to be here
-and be part of this thing.
-This crew is made up of couples.
-It's the first ever large scale
-Everyone back on Earth
-is grateful for your hard work.
-We're making history here.
-This is wheat.
-What are the odds of finding human
-vegetation this far from Earth?
-Who planted it?
-Do you hear that?
-Was this any better?
-Yes, forget about King Arthur!
-This is a masterpiece
-compared to it!
-It's one of the prequels
-to the epic Alien series.
-Sigourney Weaver played Ripley
-all the way back in 1979.
-Ridley Scott's Prometheus
-was released four years ago.
-He wants to explain
-where the aliens come from.
-Do you remember the horrible,
-He also introduced us to the robot,
-David played by Michael Fassbender.
-This film follows on
-Michael Fassbender plays split roles
-as Walter who is another robot.
-Like every Alien film,
-there a crew on board a spacecraft.
-They travel to a far off planet
-to colonize it.
-They hear a cry for help en route
-and one of the captains...
-..insists they don't stop
-and stick to a planned route.
-But they land of this planet to
-help but there isn't any wildlife.
-But they're infected
-and attacked by aliens.
-I know this sounds silly,
-but I love this film.
-Michael Fassbender's American
-and English accents are great.
-Compared to King Arthur,
-Alien deserves a host of Oscars!
-The way the Alien is born
-makes me shudder!
-It comes out of someone's chest!
-There wasn't enough aliens
-But fans of monstrous spider-like
-aliens will love this film!
-I'm glad you enjoyed
-one of our films.
-I'd watch it from behind a cushion!
-You don't have to go to the cinema
-as it's a busy weekend in Wales.
-Let's hear about your events
-in the Prynhawn Da Calendar.
-The Amman Valley Male Voice Choir
-and Cor Lleisiau'r Lliw choir...
-..perform tonight at 7.00pm
-in Ammanford's Gellimanwydd Chapel.
-The Gwalia Singers
-and Pengelli School Choir...
-..will sing from 7.00pm at
-Gorseinon's St Catherine's Church.
-Entry is 5.
-Parti Cut Lloi perform at Y Gorlan
-Ddiwylliant, Llangwm, from 7.30pm.
-It's 5 for adults
-and 1 for children.
-Miri Mai is held on Saturday
-on the square in Aberdare.
-The Welsh event is for all with
-activities, stalls and performances.
-This free event
-runs from 11.00am to 3.00pm.
-William Williams Pantycelyn's work
-is discussed at Llandovery College.
-It's held from 10.00am to 4.00pm.
-Contact Hywel Meredydd
-for more details.
-Cor Glandulais choir perform
-at Salem Chapel, Llangennech.
-It's at 7.00pm tomorrow
-and entry is 10.
-On Sunday, Cor Eifionydd choir
-sing at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw at 2.00pm.
-All proceeds go to charity and it's
-in memory of Sophie Louise Cowtan.
-In a moment, we hear the opinions
-of our Gossip Girls...
-..on sharing lottery winnings
-with your family...
-..changing school holidays
-and children who are fussy eaters.
-Gareth rustles up a soothing pudding
-after that spicy lamb!
-Today's Gossip Girls are Rita Jones,
-Gwenda Owen and Bethan Wyn Evans.
-How would you like to win
-101 million in the EuroMillions?
-What would you do
-with your winnings?
-It's enough money
-to share with your family.
-However, David Dawes will not do
-this after arguing with his son.
-Michael has been removed
-from their will...
-..so has taken his parents
-to court as a result...
-..claiming that it's a parents' duty
-to support their child for life!
-Would you share your winnings, Rita?
-If I had children
-I would share it with them.
-It's up to you
-what you do with the money.
-If you want to give it to someone
-who needs it, do it.
-If my child took me to court,
-I wouldn't give it to them.
-You have won it
-and it belongs to you.
-As a parent, if I did have the
-money, I would give them something.
-Would you give it to your child
-if you had argued with them?
-That sum of money
-can change your personality.
-I wouldn't want to give it then.
-We hear of people
-who win money or are wealthy...
-..who don't leave it
-to the children...
-..because they don't want
-to spoil them.
-That's common sense.
-I heard about this family and their
-son would take everything from them.
-He tried to spend all
-of his father's money.
-It sounds like the prodigal son.
-What would you do, Bethan?
-I'd give most of it to my children
-to safeguard their futures.
-Safeguarding their future is
-different to spoiling a child.
-What if something happens
-in the future that they regret?
-He shouldn't have been given the
-money to spend in the first place.
-He should receive the money later in
-life after he's settled down.
-It would be something nice for him
-to receive in the future.
-I'm sure he wouldn't have
-been out of pocket.
-They won over 100 million.
-If they had given a specific amount
-and told him that was it.
-He was going back all the time
-to ask for more money.
-I wonder if they would
-like to adopt me?
-Once you make a will,
-you have to stick to the wishes.
-We're all in agreement.
-Let's turn to our next topic.
-Children in Cardiff could have
-a shorter summer holiday...
-..but be given an extra week
-later in the year.
-This follows a survey of teachers
-and governors in the county...
-..and 70% supported the scheme.
-It aims to help parents have cheaper
-holidays with their children.
-in an advisory period...
-..and hopes to get the support
-of the government.
-You're a mother of two, Bethan
-and welcome cheaper holidays.
-Why does the education system
-have to change the dates?
-The six week holiday period
-has been in place for many years.
-The holiday industry should change,
-not the education system.
-The schools are attempting
-..to not upset the holiday and
-If the week of holidays is moved,
-then they'll put the prices up.
-Yes, that's true.
-Where are they going
-to add the extra week?
-Probably in Winter.
-Will it be October, November
-or at Christmas?
-The holiday industry are to blame.
-They have a certain amount of rooms
-and spaces on a plane.
-They can only allow a certain number
-of people to go.
-They call it supply and demand.
-Parents and children
-lose out in the end.
-Children will only eat more
-when they're home for the summer.
-You have to consider transportation.
-The buses who take the children
-in to school will have to change.
-It will also cause problems for
-parents who take holidays.
-Six weeks is a long time
-to pay for child care...
-..especially if you don't have
-any family leaving close to you.
-As a child, six weeks holiday
-felt like a long time.
-If there were other reasons behind
-the shift, I would agree.
-But if this is done so that the
-holiday industry doesn't change...
-..then I don't agree with it.
-It isn't fair that holidays are
-more expensive during the summer.
-They will discuss it.
-We close with the chef,
-He's blamed stupid parents
-for children who are fussy eaters.
-Is it fair to blame the parents?
-I don't agree with him
-as parents aren't stupid.
-I was raised on a farm and I had to
-eat what was in front of me...
-..or I would starve.
-There is so much choice available
-Has Gino said too much?
-No, they shouldn't.
-Yes, I think he has.
-He shouldn't call parents stupid.
-You get to know what children like.
-All you need to do
-is use common sense.
-When I was young,
-there wasn't a choice.
-I think it was the same
-for all of us.
-Life has changed and parents
-sometimes work longer hours.
-There's are also a lot of
-ready meals available.
-You could be back late from work
-and in a rush to make food.
-Sometimes you might want a quiet
-night and give it to their demands.
-This can lead to problems.
-Parents are too ready to bend
-the rules with their children.
-They give in to what they want.
-Parents give in too early.
-It can be difficult to get out of
-the pattern then.
-There are certain foods
-we all dislike.
-You shouldn't be forced to eat
-something you don't like.
-It would turn your stomach.
-There are many things I don't like.
-My sister didn't like cheese and
-I stuffed cheese into everything!
-He's certainly made a stir.
-Before the break,
-we've got another event to announce.
-Join male voice choirs and friends
-at Cardiff's Tabernacle at 7.30pm.
-Go and support the event
-if you're in the vicinity.
-After the break...
-..our Gossip Girls will play
-Mwy Neu Lai in aid of Christian Aid.
-And what's Gareth got for dessert?
-I'll prepare a panna cotta
-with pistachio nuts.
-See you in a few minutes.
-It's time to play...
-It's time to play...
-Mwy Neu Lai.
-It's Christian Aid Week...
-..so we have a charity edition of
-Mwy Neu Lai with our Gossip Girls.
-How are you feeling, Rita?
-How are you feeling, Rita?
-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 72.
-Your 60 seconds starts as soon as
-Sian asks the first question.
-How many wheels are on a new car
-- higher or lower than 72?
-Correct - 4.
-Is 5 X 5 higher or lower than 4?
-Incorrect - 25.
-How many events are in a heptathlon
-- higher or lower than 25?
-Correct - 7.
-Is Aberystwyth higher or lower
-than 7 miles away from Bangor?
-Correct - 86.
-How many goals make a hat-trick
-- higher or lower than 86?
-Correct - 3.
-How many legs does a spider have
-- higher or lower than 3?
-Correct - 8.
-Is an Olympic running track
-higher or lower than 8 metres?
-Correct - 400.
-Is 10 + 10 + 10
-higher or lower than 400?
-Correct - 30.
-Is a converted try in rugby
-higher or lower than 30?
-Correct - 7.
-How many pennies are in 2
-- higher or lower than 7?
-Correct - 200.
-Is it higher or lower than 200 years
-since the turn of the millennium?
-Correct - 17.
-Are there higher or lower than 17
-yellow sofas on the Prynhawn Da set?
-There's one, no two.
-you've won 100 for Christian Aid.
-It was worth getting nervous about.
-It looks so easy when
-you're watching it at home!
-Your 100 goes to Christian Aid
-as it's Christian Aid Week.
-You can go and relax upstairs.
-Thank you for playing...
-Thank you for playing...
-Mwy Neu Lai!
-Where are you, Sian?
-You're quicker than me
-but I'm in heels.
-Thanks to our Gossip Girls
-as it was a lot of fun.
-The koftas you made earlier were
-delicious but I'm ready for pudding.
-I hope you're thirsty.
-This leads you into the pudding
-as it's pineapple and coconut.
-I'm disappointed because I don't
-like pineapple but I'll try it.
-That's delicious and your
-straws match the crockery too!
-I'm one of those fussy children we
-spoke about with the Gossip Girls!
-What have you got for us?
-The main dish was quite spicy but
-this will cleanse the whole mouth.
-It's a cooling lime panna cotta
-with pistachio peaks.
-First, place a saucepan on the hob
-to melt some salted butter.
-You need 100g
-or about 4oz of butter.
-Melt it slowly and don't bring it
-to the boil or it becomes cloudy.
-We'll step back in time for our
-panna cotta with some jelly!
-I haven't melted jelly since I was
-a child but I'd eat most of it.
-I'd eat the cubes of jelly
-from the cupboard.
-I like a green jelly.
-Jelly is back in fashion
-and very popular.
-People often add gelatine
-to their panna cotta...
-..but it has a mind of its own!
-Jelly is the foolproof option
-and perfect for a panna cotta.
-Add 150ml of boiling water.
-It's important to measure
-all the ingredients...
-..because the final measurements
-shouldn't be more than a pint.
-This is going to add flavour, colour
-and it helps the pudding to set.
-You can stir the butter, Owain.
-Sian can stir the jelly
-to make sure it all melts.
-We've got to work
-for our pudding today.
-I'm going to concentrate
-on the pistachio peaks.
-You want the zest of a lime
-but don't want the pith.
-The pith can be bitter and sour so
-you just want the oils of the zest.
-This is very slow
-so you might a lumpy panna cotta!
-I've got the zest
-but need the flesh and juices too.
-Opt for fresh lime
-as opposed to the bottled juice.
-The butter is ready
-so we can take it off the heat.
-Is the jelly ready?
-Is the jelly ready?
-No, it's still lumpy.
-I'll add the juice later
-or it will cool the water.
-The juice can be added later because
-the jelly hasn't melted enough.
-The pistachio peaks are made from
-three sheets of filo pastry.
-It's important that filo pastry
-is kept moist so keep it covered.
-It's very delicate.
-Yes, and tears or cracks easily.
-It doesn't contain any fat
-so we need to add that...
-..by brushing it with the butter.
-It doesn't have much flavour
-so we'll add some ingredients.
-It can be stored in the freezer
-for you to use when you want it.
-Yes, you can keep it
-in the freezer...
-..or store it unopened in the fridge
-for up to a month.
-The pistachio nuts
-go into the mini food processor.
-We need some texture
-so don't grind them too finely.
-These go into the bowl...
-..and add some cinnamon
-to stick with the Moroccan theme.
-We also need quite a lot
-of icing sugar.
-I'm using 75g of icing sugar.
-This is scattered over the pastry.
-Next, we add
-another sheet of pastry.
-We're slowly building
-the layers of these peaks.
-Brush it with more butter to keep it
-moist and keep the filling inside.
-Add more and more layers.
-Another sheet of pastry goes on top.
-You've got 45 seconds, Gareth!
-It's a challenge for you.
-It's chopped into peaks
-and baked at 180 degrees Celsius.
-Let's return to the jelly.
-We need a tin of sweet coconut.
-Give it a stir and pour it
-into small individual pots.
-These are left to set for six hours
-in the fridge.
-Here's some I made earlier.
-That's it from us today
-but we return on Monday afternoon.
-Dan celebrates National Tomato Week
-and we chat to Jeremy Huw Williams.
-Following the news
-and weather on S4C...
-..Steffan Rhodri searches for
-Welsh exports in the Middle East.
-I'm back at 4.45pm today with
-Jamie Robinson and Dafydd Jones...
-..for the Cardiff Blues
-and Stade Francais match...
-European Champions qualifier.
-First, I need some food.
-Enjoy the weekend
-and goodbye to you all.
-You can hold it whilst I eat it!
Bydd Lowri Cooke yn edrych ymlaen at ffilmiau'r penwythnos a bydd cyfle i chi ennill #100. Lowri Cooke looks forward to the weekend's films, and there will be a chance for you to win #100.