Fri, 21 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 21 Apr 2017

Syniadau am brydau syml i'r teulu, a bydd Lowri Cooke yn edrych ymlaen at ffilmiau Calan Mai. Ideas for one pot meals for the family, and Lowri Cooke looks forward to May Day fi...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Friday's Prynhawn Da.

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-We have another varied programme

-for you and we start in the kitchen.

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-What do you have for us, Nerys?

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-This week, we're celebrating beef.

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-I'll be cooking the beef with

-orange, ginger and black cabbage.

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-We can't wait to sample it.

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-It's the end of the week, which

-means we'll be playing Mwy Neu Lai.

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-You could win 100

-or more in our quiz.

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-To register, call 08443 35 18 97

-before the lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Huw Fash is in Lampeter to give a

-makeover to a Merched y Wawr member.

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-Lowri Cooke ventures to the cinema

-to look at the film, Their Finest.

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-The Gossip Girls discuss

-a variety of subjects...

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-..including Prince Harry's latest

-revelation about his mental health.

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-Yes, we have a variety of items

-for you over the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme

-in the kitchen with Nerys.

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-She's making

-a special beef dish for us.

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-The first dish is for a beef steak

-with orange and ginger.

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-It sounds delicious!

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-Where do we begin?

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-I start with small red onion.

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-Slice the onion.

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-Red onions are milder

-than the white ones.

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-I've also got a wok.

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-Add two garlic cloves.

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-Slice the garlic cloves finely.

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-I'm using a rump steak today.

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-Does the rump have less fat on it?

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-It depends.

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-A steak should be marbled.

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-I've also got some fresh ginger.

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-Slice it.

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-You don't want to great it.

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-You don't want to grate it.

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-I like the enamel dishes.

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-Yes, they are fashionable.

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-I've 250g of steak.

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-Steak can be expensive.

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-Slice it into strips.

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-The marinade has soy sauce

-and clear honey.

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-Give this a shake for me.

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-Pour in some orange juice.

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-Oranges are in season and

-are very juicy now.

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-Buy citrus fruits now to enjoy them.

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-This could be prepared in advanced.

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-You can make the marinade

-the day before.

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-It's time to add the meat.

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-The marinade was accidently poured

-into the wok.

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-I've got some more marinade here.

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-I'm also adding some cavolo nero

-or black cabbage.

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-It's Italian.

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-It's a new word to learn!

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-Slice the leaves.

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-You cook it in the same way

-as other cabbages.

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-It's got vitamin K and iron.

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-It has a wonderful colour.

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-Add six or seven leaves.

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-The colour is quite dark and

-it resembles a savoy cabbage.

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-It's also in season now.

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-Season the food with some salt.

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-The marinade is added at the end

-of the process.

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-Cook for about a minute

-with the cabbage.

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-Allow the cabbage to wither and

-then you can serve it.

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-Serve it with rice or noodles.

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-I've also got some orange zest.

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-Huw and the makeover team are often

-invited to charity events or groups.

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-They recently visited

-the Merched y Wawr in Lampeter...

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-..so let's see what happened.

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-When Gwyneth contacted us in 2016

-to ask us to come this evening...

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-..she had no idea

-that she would be our guinea pig.

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-However, Gwyneth's name was chosen

-out of a hat.

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-What is the plan, Hazel?

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-The first thing I'm going to do is

-ask Gwyneth to uncross her legs.

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-When you cross your legs, one

-shoulder is higher than the other...

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-..which means the hairdresser

-will tend to give an unequal cut.

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-When I dry the hair,

-I'm going to give Gwyneth tips...

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-..on changing the pattern of the

-hair by bringing it forward.

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-You're a picture of beauty, Gwyneth.

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-I'm sure the ladies

-will agree with me.

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-Please give Gwyneth and Hazel

-a round of applause.

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-APPLAUSE

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-Gwyneth, I'll be doing

-your make-up tonight.

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-LAUGHTER

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-Patricia and I agree that we should

-go for an Avant-garde look.

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-Patricia would have a big shock!

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-Patricia would have a big shock!

-

-Certainly.

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-We're going to do a natural look

-with light make-up for Gwyneth.

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-Do you usually wear make-up?

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-Do you usually wear make-up?

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-Yes, I do.

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-Do you tend to stick with

-your favourite brands?

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-For the past few years, yes.

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-We're unsure of what outfit Gwyneth

-will be wearing...

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-..I'm going to concentrate

-on these beige colours.

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-As Patricia applies the make-up,

-Hazel spoke to the audience.

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-We've come from the small

-Llanybydder branch.

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-It's been great to have some new

-ideas for the coming season.

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-What are you looking forward

-to seeing most tonight?

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-The make-up.

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-The make-up.

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-The clothes!

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-LAUGHTER

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-The make-up looks great.

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-It's time for Gwyneth, Patricia

-and Hazel to disappear...

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-..to complete the look, while I tell

-you more about the clothes.

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-Shortly, the look will be complete.

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-I showed the ladies the items that

-used for the evening's special look.

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-Everyone seemed pleased

-with the finished look.

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-Please put your hands together

-for Gwyneth.

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-APPLAUSE

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-We're eager to find out what Gwyneth

-thinks of the look.

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-It's great and

-I've had a great time.

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-We've enjoyed eating the cakes

-out the back.

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-I think Gwyneth looks great and

-I love the make-up.

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-She looks very natural.

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-I think Gwyneth will be able

-to reuse pieces of the outfit.

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-I'd love to have this

-set in my wardrobe.

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-The hair looks calmer after the cut.

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-Have the committee enjoyed?

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-It's great and it has brought a

-good group of people come together.

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-It was fantastic to see Gwyneth

-having the makeover.

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-Gwyneth looked wonderful before,

-but you've increased the beauty.

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-You had a pretty model to work with,

-but she looks even better now.

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-APPLAUSE

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-Gwyneth looks fantastic.

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-We're sampling Nerys' beef dish.

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-It's time for a break

-but when we return...

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-..Lowri Cooke discusses

-this weekend's film releases.

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-Don't forget to call and register to

-play Mwy Neu Lai on 08443 35 18 97.

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-Our phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Steff from the weather team

-has joined us.

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-What is the weekend forecast, Steff?

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-How do things look?

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-The weather looks promising.

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-Tomorrow, we should experience

-good weather.

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-The weather will be good

-this weekend.

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-We like low pressures.

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-The London Marathon

-will take place on Sunday...

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-..and the weather will be great.

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-The perfect elements.

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-Next week, the weather will change.

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-We should expect snow

-over higher grounds.

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-Snow at the end of April?

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-It will be unsettled

-the rest of the week.

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-Next, we take a trip to the cinema.

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-Our first flick is Their Finest

-which was filmed in West Wales.

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-Let's take a look at a clip.

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-Thirty million attend this cinema

-every week.

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-Your film must show

-your America sisters...

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-..that this is a war

-your husband should be fighting.

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-So what you think? No screen credit.

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-We can't pay you

-as much as the chaps.

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-You must give them a character

-with whom they can identify.

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-Uncle Frank, sixties, looks older.

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-We all have a part

-in defeating Hitler.

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-This part is a corpse role.

-He's dead before act three.

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-Lowri Cooke is here.

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-West Wales features in this film.

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-West Wales played a major role

-in this film.

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-A lot of the scenes

-were filmed in Wales.

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-They filmed in Pembrokeshire

-and Swansea.

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-As you can see from the pictures,

-the film is set in London.

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-We follow a British film crew who

-attempt to boost morale...

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-..during the Second World War

-by making a propaganda film...

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-..following the Blitzkrieg.

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-Gemma Arterton plays the

-role of Catrin Cole.

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-Gemma's accent is slightly dodgy...

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-..but it does improve

-throughout the film!

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-This film follows the

-personal journey of Catrin Cole.

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-During that time, it was the

-golden age of the cinema in Britain.

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-Women were not appreciated

-within the media.

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-It is great to see the contribution

-of the women to the war efforts...

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-..in this film.

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-Catrin is employed to write

-the women's lines in the film.

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-The film is thought to be about

-the Welsh women, Diane.

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-She was from Cardiff.

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-The film was adapted by the book

-by Lisa Evans.

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-It is an emotional film

-and has a lot of Welsh stars.

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-The film was made by a Danish lady.

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-Bill Nighy plays the roles of

-Ambrose Jilliard and Uncle Frank.

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-Billy Nighy is great in this film.

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-He was on Heno on Wednesday

-and he said he loves Wales.

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-Richard E Grant also appears in

-the film and I saw him in Narberth.

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-Let's take a look at a clip

-from The Sense of an Ending.

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-So what were you doing there?

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-So what were you doing there?

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-I went to see her.

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-But she wasn't there!

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-But she wasn't there!

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-No.

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-But she wasn't there!

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-I waited around for a bit outside

-and at the station.

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-I waited around for a bit outside

-and at the station.

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-You're stalking her,

-you're her stalker.

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-No.

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-No.

-

-Yes, you are.

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-No, no, not at all.

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-Moving on, we broke up is the point,

-while we were still at university.

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-Not long after, she formed a

-relationship with my best friend.

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-And I wrote them both

-a very nasty letter.

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-Tell us more about

-The Sense of an Ending.

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-The film tells the story of a man

-who becomes haunted by the past...

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-..and is presented with a mysterious

-legacy.

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-The legacy causes him to re-think

-his current situation in line.

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-Jim Broadbent plays the role

-of Tony Webster.

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-Jim Broadbent

-is a favourite of many.

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-This is an adaptation of a book.

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-The name of the book

-is the same as the film.

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-It looks back at the decisions made

-by people through their lives.

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-Let's look at a clip from Fast and

-Furious 8 : The Fate of the Furious.

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-It's time to get mean.

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-They're still on us.

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-These guys are taking this personal!

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-You were only supposed

-to create a diversion, Roman.

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-That was complete destruction.

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-What do you want from me?

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-I'm Roman Pearce. It's what I do.

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-Phase two.

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-Phase two? What's phase two?

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-Phase two? What's phase two?

-

-Bombs away.

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-Tell us more about

-The Fate of the Furious.

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-Is it worth seeing it?

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-It is worth seeing.

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-I really enjoyed it.

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-I didn't want to, but I did.

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-This won't run out of petrol.

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-Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Dwayne

-Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez...

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-..Charlize Theron and Kurt Russell

-appear in this film.

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-Vin Diesel plays the role

-of the hero, Dom.

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-Helen Mirren makes a cameo

-performance in this film.

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-This is over the top...

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-..but it has wonderful

-special effects.

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-It's time for a break and a chance

-for you register for Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 18 97

-and you could be 100 richer.

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-We're also joined by

-this week's Gossip Girls.

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-They discuss the latest news

-about Prince Harry.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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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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-Please don't call any more

-as you will still be charged.

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-It's time to meet

-today's Gossip Girls.

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-They are Sian Jones, Gwenno Dafydd

-and Jennifer Clarke.

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-The news has been rife with stories

-this week about Prince Harry.

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-He has spoken out about

-his issues with mental health...

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-..following the death

-of his mother, Princess Diana.

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-As opposed to speaking openly

-about his feelings...

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-..Prince Harry felt alienated and

-was on the verge of a breakdown.

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-Are you glad that someone in the

-Royal Family has been so open?

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-I welcome the fact that the Royal

-family are speaking about this.

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-There is a stigma releated to

-mental illnesses and depression...

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-..but I believe that the stigma

-is starting to disappear.

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-There's a lot of stress in work

-and home life these days.

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-It's been great to hear

-that people in the public eye...

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-..have started to talk about it.

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-It should be welcomed that people

-should speak about these things.

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-A lot of people are happier

-to speak about things...

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-..to show others that help

-is available.

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-William also mentioned

-that it was a tough time for him.

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-Harry was 12.

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-Williams was slightly older.

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-They lost their mother

-in the public eye.

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-One in every four people will

-have a mental health issue...

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-..in their lives.

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-These people are role models for a

-lot of people.

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-They've been very open

-and I'm delighted that they have.

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-Some people have criticized them

-for being so open.

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-It is seen as weakness.

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-I don't believe that

-they've shown any weakness.

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-They've shown a lot of stress

-by telling the public.

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-They only have to think about

-their mother...

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-..before they are taken back

-to that awful time.

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-Should they have asked for help

-at the start?

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-I'm surprised that

-the family members didn't realize.

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-A lot of people think of it

-as a weakness...

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-..but it is

-and it can happen to any of us.

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-Winston Churchill

-suffered from depression.

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-Depression has always existed.

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-We have to rid of the stigma

-behind it.

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-Next, we turn our attention

-to an article from Golwg360.

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-Two girls are planning

-to start a petition...

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-..to stop the reciting of the

-Lord's Prayer in school assemblies.

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-They don't feel that it's right

-to recite the Lord's Prayer...

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-..as many pupils are Muslims,

-atheists or from other religions.

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-Rhiannon Shipton claims that the

-reciting of the Lord's Prayer...

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-..is both old fashioned and boring!

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-I like traditions.

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-We like in a Christian country.

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-I'm delighted that women have

-decided to create the petition.

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-We live in a democratic country.

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-I don't agree with the aim

-behind the petition.

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-There is history

-and tradition behind the prayer.

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-They clainm that other pupils

-are from Muslim backgrounds...

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-..and follow other religions.

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-I don't think that Glantaf make them

-say the prayer.

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-The prayer

-is recited in the assembly.

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-They should respect the tradition

-of reciting the prayer.

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-They aren't made to say it.

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-This is a school tradition.

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-Maybe we should have

-a minute to reflect.

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-I think respecting

-tradition is important.

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-However, as how things are

-with the world at the moment...

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-..we're more eager to discuss.

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-The assembly is important

-and that the school come together...

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-..more than the Lord's Prayer.

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-The pupils should have a moment

-to reflect to think of the assembly.

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-We close with a brewery that has

-a bar in Wales called BrewDog...

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-..that is offering staff a week off

-work to bond with their new pets.

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-It's called Pawternity as opposed

-to maternity or paternity leave.

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-What do you think, Gwenno?

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-If they can do it within

-the business scheme.

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-I wouldn't want to be a part of it.

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-I don't agree with this.

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-I don't like animals around me.

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-I would never be nasty to an animal,

-but no, I would disagree with this.

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-I don't mind that people take

-the pets into work occasionally.

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-Taking time off

-and being paid is silly.

0:29:530:29:56

-After the break...

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-..we'll call one of our viewers

-to play Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Stand by your phones

-if you have registered to play.

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-And we return to Nerys for a pearl

-barley, pomegranate and feta salad.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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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 Amanda Williams

-from Llanon.

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-How are you?

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-I'm great, thank you.

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-What's the weather like

-in your area today?

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-It's chilly, but dry.

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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

-Mari asks the first question.

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-How many days are in April

-- higher or lower than 10?

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-Higher.

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-Is the musician, Meic Stevens

-higher or lower than 30 years old?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Incorrect - 75.

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-Is a half marathon

-higher or lower than 75 miles?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 13.1.

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-Is a marathon

-higher or lower than 13.1 miles?

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-Higher.

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-In metres, what is the height of

-Snowdon - higher or lower than 26?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 1,085.

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-Did Mrs Jones have higher or lower

-than 1,085 children in the song?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 10.

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-Is half a dozen

-higher or lower than 10?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Incorrect - 6.

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-Higher.

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-Is it higher or lower than 6 miles

-from Caernarfon to Llanelli?

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-Is it higher or lower than 6 miles

-from Caernarfon to Llanelli?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 138.

0:32:330:32:42

-Your time is up!

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-Congratulations, you've won 60!

0:32:450:32:47

-Thank you very much.

0:32:470:32:49

-Are you happy with your winnings?

0:32:490:32:52

-Yes, that's brilliant.

0:32:520:32:54

-Thank you for playing...

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-Thank you for playing...

-

-Mwy Neu Lai!

0:32:560:33:00

-Congratulations to Amanda Williams.

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-It's a great way

-to start the weekend.

0:33:040:33:07

-The Easter holidays are almost over

-but there's still plenty to do.

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-Let's hear of your events

-in the Calendar.

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-Tomorrow, there's an Easter Fair

-at the D H Evans Hall in Pontsian.

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-Deliver your produce

-between 10.00am and 11.00am.

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-Doors open at 1.30pm

-and there's bingo at 8.00pm.

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-Abersoch Hall also hosts

-an antiques and decorating fair...

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-..from 10.30am to 3.30pm

-and it's all in aid of the RNLI.

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-Lampeter Rugby Club has a match

-in memory of Belinda Ashong...

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-..featuring the former Wales players

-John Davies and Dafydd Jones.

0:33:520:33:56

-There's food, an auction

-and live music.

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-Kick off is at 3.00pm.

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-Yes, there's plenty

-to keep you busy over the weekend.

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-We close today's programme

-in the kitchen with Nerys.

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-What are you making for us, Nerys?

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-The next dish is a pearl barley,

-pomegranate and feta salad.

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-We've got a healthy dish.

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-It's almost the salad season.

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-The main ingredient is pearl barley.

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-Some people use cous cous or quinoa.

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-It's packed full of fibre and bran.

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-You need 150g of the pearl barley.

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-Wash it in cold water and

-boil it for 30 minutes.

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-It doubles in size.

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-It expands and it looks

-like Sugar Puffs.

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-I've poured a dressing over it.

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-I've got some mixed nuts here.

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-I've also got 100 grams

-of mixed nuts.

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-Toast them in a frying pan.

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-It brings out the flavour.

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-Do you add any oil?

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-Dry fry them.

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-Add the nuts and seeds

-to the barley.

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-We've also got some salad onions.

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-Slice them finely.

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-You can also add mushrooms and

-peppers.

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-It's a great way to jazz up a salad.

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-I've also got some cucumber.

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-Remove the seeds.

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-There's a lot of water in the seeds.

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-I like cucumber.

0:37:260:37:30

-I'm not a fan of cucumber.

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-It hasn't got a lot of flavour.

0:37:430:37:48

-Cucumber adds some crunch

-to the salad.

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-Slice them into half-moon shapes.

0:37:540:38:00

-I've also got some raddish.

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-Raddish is in season.

0:38:060:38:18

-I thought they looked like rhubarb.

0:38:220:38:25

-They do look like rhubarb.

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-It also adds flavour to the salad.

0:38:290:38:32

-Add fresh mint and coriander.

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-Slice them but not to finely.

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-Next, we use one whole pomegranate.

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-It releases some sweetness.

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-Slice the top of the pomegranate.

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-Follow the segments.

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-Peel it.

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-Create a wedge.

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-Remove the white pith.

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-Thanks for the tip!

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-Next, the dressing.

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-We have a molassis pomegranate

-for it.

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-Add some lemon juice and olive oil.

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-Season with salt and pepper.

0:39:590:40:01

-Llinos from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

0:40:010:40:04

-What delights have you got

-for us on tonight's Heno?

0:40:040:40:08

-Join us for tonight's

-hour-long edition of Heno.

0:40:080:40:11

-Gerallt will be at Porthmadog FC

-with club hero, Osian Roberts.

0:40:110:40:21

-But they won't be

-discussing football.

0:40:210:40:28

-He's opening a new skills club.

0:40:280:40:31

-Daf Wyn will be live from Aberdare

-with the author, Mihangel Morgan.

0:40:310:40:35

-We mark 40 years since the passing

-of popular Welsh performer...

0:40:350:40:40

-..Ryan Davies.

0:40:400:40:42

-The musician, author

-and Swans superfan, Mei Emrys...

0:40:430:40:46

-..will be one of our studio guests.

0:40:460:40:50

-He'll also be performing for us.

0:40:500:40:56

-He has been writing new music.

0:40:560:41:04

-We've got the Calendar

-and a weather update.

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-Let's sample the salad.

0:41:140:41:18

-I need some salad after Easter!

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-It's fresh.

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-The feta is lovely.

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-The feta is lovely.

-

-You can add or take the feta out.

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-You can add or take the feta out.

0:41:330:41:35

-That's it from us this week, but

-we'll be back on Monday at 2.00pm.

0:41:360:41:40

-The news and weather on S4C

-is followed by Ceffylau Cymru.

0:41:410:41:44

-Enjoy the weekend, goodbye.

0:41:440:41:46

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Syniadau am brydau syml i'r teulu, a bydd Lowri Cooke yn edrych ymlaen at ffilmiau Calan Mai. Ideas for one pot meals for the family, and Lowri Cooke looks forward to May Day films.


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