Fri, 29 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 29 Jan 2016

Y prynhawn yma Daniel Williams fydd yma'n coginio a bydd aelodau'r Clwb Clecs yn dweud eu dweud. Daniel Williams is in the kitchen and you could win £100 in the weekly quiz.


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-Hello and welcome

-to the final Prynhawn Da of January.

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-We officially say goodbye to January

-on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We also say goodbye to Mari

-as she goes off on her break.

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-You're putting your feet up

-and having a baby - how nice!

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-My maternity leave starts on Monday.

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-In the meantime,

-let's move on with the programme.

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-Off you go!

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-Our Mwy Neu Lai phone lines are open

-so pick up the phone to register.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before our lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Margaret Rees is in the kitchen

-with her selection of cheeses.

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-Lowri Cooke reviews the latest films

-and the Oscar-nominated, Spotlight.

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-We hear the opinions of Sian Jones,

-Alun Horan and Gwenno Dafydd.

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-Stay tuned to Mari and myself for

-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Friday, so you can win some

-big money before the weekend.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before our lines close at 2.30pm.

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-You could win 100

-by simply picking up the phone.

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-Margaret Rees has joined us

-with a cheese fest in the kitchen.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-You're a cheese expert.

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-You are a food historian and a

-cheese expert.

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-It started when I opened

-a restaurant.

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-A local cheese company opened.

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-Many people today prefer to eat

-local sourced cheeses and foods.

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-The taste in local cheeses

-is better.

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-There are a variety of cheeses

-available from Wales.

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-Cheeses have developed

-in Wales over the years.

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-John from Teifi Cheese

-started making cheese.

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-He makes all sorts of cheeses.

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-John's son is also developing

-the cheeses.

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-He also holds cheeses courses.

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-He also holds cheese courses.

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-There's also Cenarth Caws.

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-Carwyn has developed

-the place over the awards.

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-Cenarth Caws have received

-a lot of awards.

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-A lot of these award winning

-cheeses...

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-..are exported across the globe.

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-Hard cheese can certainly travel!

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-I was in a show at Italy and we

-served a cheese called Miliway.

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-I was in a show at Italy and we

-served a cheese called Milky way.

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-These cheeses are from a

-Sir Gar cheese factory.

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-It's worth paying them a visit

-and sample the cheese.

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-We'll sample some cheeses now.

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-I need a cheese that suitable

-for a pregnant woman.

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-I need a cheese that is suitable

-for a pregnant woman.

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-Many of these cheeses have matured.

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-The Boxburg is a blue cheese.

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-I'll try a Caerphilly cheese.

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-Bread is a popular choice to serve

-with cheese.

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-The bread is from Newcastle Emlyn.

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-In France,

-they serve cheese with bread.

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-Crackers are very popular nowadays.

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-Crackers are popular

-to serve with cheese.

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-Chutneys also make a great cheese

-accompaniment.

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-Cheese is full of fat

-but has some good nutrients.

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-Thank you.

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-Recently, we've focused on

-newly-opened businesses...

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-..and today, Yvonne visits

-a clothes shop in Cardiff.

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-In the heart of Pontcanna

-in Cardiff...

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-..you'll find a shop that sells

-lovely clothes and accessories.

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-You'll find something for all

-occasions or the perfect gift.

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-I opened the shop as I felt

-there was a gap in the market...

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-..for a shop like this in Cardiff.

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-I wanted to start my own business.

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-Three years ago, I turned 40 and

-I knew it was the right thing to do.

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-Why did you name the shop, Kiti?

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-I named the shop Kiti

-after my grandmother.

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-As a child, I decided if I ever had

-a daughter, I would call her Kiti.

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-I never had a daughter

-so I named my shop, Kiti.

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-You opened a few months ago,

-but how is the business doing?

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-So far, the business

-is doing incredibly well.

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-We've had a fantastic response

-and I love it.

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-The business

-is a new venture for Gwenno...

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-..and she recently

-decided to change her career.

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-For 15 years,

-I worked as a make-up artist.

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-You deal with image,

-fashion and how people look.

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-The two things tie together.

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-Was it challenging

-to start a business?

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-It wasn't as tough as I expected,

-but it was a different world.

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-I've learnt a lot along the journey.

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-A wide variety of unique clothes

-are available at the store.

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-You won't see clothes like this

-on the high street.

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-The brand, Pomandere is Italian.

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-The materials and colours

-are luxurious.

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-These items are very simple

-and chic.

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-I like that image.

-I might purchase this later on.

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-Great!

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-The store offers different garments.

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-If you invest in a piece, you

-don't want others to have the same.

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-Most of the brands are European...

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-..but there's one from America

-and one from Australia.

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-I travel to London

-to visit their brands and agents.

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-This piece is fantastic

-and extremely glamorous.

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-You could wear it with a pair

-of jeans or leather trousers.

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-I like to stock unique items.

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-I don't stock many fitted items...

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-..which makes this the perfect item

-to fit most shapes.

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-I should get some black boots

-and tights to wear with this.

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-It's another new item of clothing

-and a another happy customer.

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-The shop is going

-from strength to strength.

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-But has running a business

-been what Gwenno expected?

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-I'm not quite sure what I expected.

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-I didn't want to think about it

-too much or I wouldn't have opened.

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-This is a challenge,

-but I thoroughly enjoy it.

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-I deserve a treat now and again!

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-Our Mwy Neu Lai phone lines

-are open until 2.30pm.

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-There's a chance to win 100

-before the weekend.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-After the break...

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-..we find out what the weather

-has in store for us this weekend.

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-We also take a trip to the cinema

-with Lowri Cooke.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Our Mwy Neu Lai phone lines

-are open until 2.30pm.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-There's a chance to win 100

-before the weekend.

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-What does the weather have in store

-for your weekend plans?

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-Steffan's here with the details.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-The weather has been rough

-overnight.

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-Yes, the weather has been stormy.

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-This is the seventh storm this year.

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-This is Storm Gertrude.

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-These are the surface winds.

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-The strongest winds are in Scotland.

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-They face the strongest wind

-warning.

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-There's a yellow weather warning

-in place for North Wales.

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-There will be more rain tonight.

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-South Wales also face

-a yellow warning for rain.

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-The temperatures will drop.

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-Remember to take a coat

-with you tomorrow.

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-Next, we take a trip to the cinema

-and our first film is The Big Short.

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-Because the banks are being paid

-obscene fees to sell these bonds.

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-But wait, you are the bank.

-I bet your margins are nice and fat.

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-Let's not talk about my margins.

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-Being nice and fat. That's a nice

-shirt. Do they make it for men?

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-Aren't you the bank?

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-I work for the bank.

-I don't think like a bank.

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-Big bank, small bank

-- I like to make money.

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-I'm standing in front

-of a burning house...

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-..and I'm offering you

-fire insurance on it.

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-As, zero, bs, zero, double bs,

-zero, triple bs, zero.

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-And then that happens.

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-What's that?

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-What's that?

-

-That's America's housing market.

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-There are many familiar faces

-in that film.

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-Our film pundit,

-Lowri Cooke has joined us.

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-The Big Short is an Oscar favourite.

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-Yes, this is a favourite

-for the Oscars.

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-It has received five Oscars

-and BAFTA nominations.

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-Christian Bale has received

-a nomination for this film.

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-This film isn't scary...

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-..but it is a very challenging film.

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-This film is based on

-the book of Michael Lewis.

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-When four outsiders saw what the

-government, media and big banks...

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-..were refusing to do during the

-global collapse of the economy...

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-..they had an idea, The Big Short.

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-Over 6 million people were homeless

-due to this story.

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-I went to see this film

-with my father...

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-I went to see this film

-with my father...

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-..and I had to ask him questions

-about it at the end.

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-The subject of the film

-is quite complex.

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-The director of Anchorman

-is responsible for this film.

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-It's a popular film.

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-Here's a clip from Spotlight.

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-The numbers clearly indicate that

-there were senior clergy involved.

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-Are you telling me if we write a

-story with 50 paedophile priests...

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-Mike, you'll get into same catfight

-that you did on Porter...

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-..which made a lot of noise

-but changed things not one bit.

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-We need to focus on the Institution

-not the individual priests.

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-Practice and policy. Show me the

-Church manipulated the system...

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-..so these guys

-wouldn't faces changes.

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-Show me they put those same

-priests back in parishes...

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-..time and time again,

-show me it was systemic...

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-..and it came from the top down.

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-This film features the story

-of the Catholic church.

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-It has received a lot

-of award nominations.

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-Spotlight tells the

-riveting true story...

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-..of the Pulitzer Prize-winning

-Boston Globe investigation...

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-..that would rock the city

-and cause a crisis.

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-When the newspaper's Spotlight team

-of reporters...

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-..delve into allegations of abuse

-in the Catholic church...

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-..their year-long investigation

-uncovers decades of cover-ups...

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-..at the highest levels

-of Boston's religious, legal...

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-..and government establishment.

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-Boston is a very Catholic city.

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-They had to have a reporter

-from another country to come in...

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-..and help them reveal this story.

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-This is a great film

-with great performances.

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-It also deals

-with a sensitive subject.

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-They deal with a sensitive subject

-in a delicate way.

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-The reporters are the stars

-of this film.

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-Let's take a look at Dirty Grandpa.

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-This film won't win an Oscar

-for Robert De Niro.

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-They are scraping the barrel

-with this film.

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-A recently widowed veteran trick

-his adult grandson...

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-..into going on a road trip

-to Spring Break in Florida.

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-The grandfather is played

-by Robert De Niro...

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-..and the grandson

-is played by Zac Efron.

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-I'm not a prude...

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-..but if you want to see a good

-film, go and see The Big Short...

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-..and Spotlight.

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-Our Mwy Neu Lai phone lines

-are still open.

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-Simply call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before 2.30pm to win 100 or more!

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-There's plenty still to come

-after this short break.

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-Welcome back.

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-The phone lines for

-Mwy Neu Lai have now closed.

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-Don't call any more

-as you may still be charged.

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-We'll play Mwy Neu Lai later.

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-Still to come on the programme...

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-..we return to Margaret

-to sample a selection of cheeses.

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-Stay tuned to us.

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-It's time for us to welcome

-our Gossip Gang.

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-They are Sian Jones,

-Alun Horan and Gwenno Dafydd.

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-We start by asking our panel if they

-would eat their newborn's placenta.

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-Coleen Rooney is the wife of

-the footballer, Wayne Rooney.

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-She hopes to do this after the birth

-of their third son, Kit Joseph.

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-Congratulations on the arrival

-of their third child.

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-Alun is the father of two girls.

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-You are familiar with the situation.

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-My wife had a caesarean.

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-I saw the placentas on a trolley.

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-I wouldn't want a placenta

-and potato pie.

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-Coleen is having them

-put into pills.

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-I wouldn't want to take them

-in pills like Coleen either.

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-This is a tradition.

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-If you lived in Fishguard

-in the 1970s and 1980s...

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-..the hippies used to fry them

-on the fire.

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-I have never tried it.

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-It's packed full of nutrition.

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-It is meant to help with hormones.

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-I never ate it.

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-It doesn't look appealing.

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-I called Paj, the chef,

-who appears on the programme.

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-I wanted to know

-how he would cook it.

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-He said he might fry it or put

-a batter or breadcrumbs over it.

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-Some ideas for you, Mari!

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-I read that it can help with

-baby blues and gives you energy.

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-My great grandmother

-used to fry placenta...

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-..and used it to make pies.

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-Many countries still

-carry out this custom.

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-Our second topic focuses on Barbie.

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-Toy manufacturer, Mattel

-has given Barbie more curves.

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-The latest dolls are short or tall

-and reflects today's shapely women.

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-Will they make a pear-shaped Barbie?

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-I think this is great.

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-She hasn't been a great

-role model for many years.

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-We can see an image

-of the new Barbie on screen.

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-Barbie is a just toy.

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-I don't think my daughters

-see her as a role model.

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-Barbie is Barbie.

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-They should change

-the names of the Barbie...

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-..for the different looks.

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-Mattel has been changing her image

-over the years.

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-They used to be role models.

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-They have been popular since 1959.

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-If they want to change the look

-of anyone, they should change Ken.

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-I'd love a tan like Ken's!

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-It would be nice to see

-a different Ken doll.

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-Maybe they should release

-one with man-boobs!

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-We give a lot of attention

-to Barbie being a role model.

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-Barbie projects a status.

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-Will the different size Barbies

-fit in the cars we have?

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-We would need a room

-just for Barbie items?

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-She is a role model.

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-If you look around, there are many

-women who try and look like her.

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-I think Barbie should be

-in different sizes...

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-..and should have

-different colour skin.

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-Our next story

-is from The Daily Mail.

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-A school headmistress in England has

-asked parents not to wear pyjamas...

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-..when their drop off

-their children at school.

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-Do you often see this happening

-in Cardiff, Sian?

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-I've seen this in Cardiff

-and I've seen them in Asda.

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-They should wake and change.

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-They need to show

-children how to act.

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-I disagree with this.

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-Is wearing pyjamas

-in public acceptable?

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-I take the bins out in my pyjamas,

-but I have a row.

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-I would never wear

-pyjamas outside...

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-..even though I love them.

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-Many parents don't

-have time in the mornings.

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-They could wear a tracksuit.

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-Many people

-don't have time to do that.

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-They might have been working

-all night.

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-I'm not sure.

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-After the break,

-we'll play Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Stand by your phones

-as we could be calling you soon.

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-Margaret also shares ideas on

-how to serve cheese in a meal.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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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 Wendy Griffiths

-from Llansawel.

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-How are you?

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-What's the weather like

-in your area today?

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-Llansawel is great today.

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-It's stopped raining here.

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-We'll ask you a series of questions

-and the answers are numbers.

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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 29

-as it's 29 January.

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-Your 60 seconds starts

-as soon as you hear Mari's voice.

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-Good luck.

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-How many days are in a week

-- higher or lower than 29?

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-How many days are in a week

-- higher or lower than 29?

-

-Correct - 7.

0:32:050:32:07

-How many days are in January

-- higher or lower than 7?

0:32:070:32:11

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 31.

0:32:120:32:13

-Is 3 X 3 higher or lower than 31?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 9.

0:32:170:32:18

-Is the number that's lucky for a

-Welshman higher or lower than 9?

0:32:180:32:23

-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 3.

0:32:230:32:24

-Is half a dozen

-higher or lower than 3?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 6.

0:32:270:32:29

-How tall is Snowdon in metres

-- higher or lower than 6?

0:32:290:32:32

-Higher.

0:32:330:32:33

-Higher.

-

-Correct - 1,085.

0:32:330:32:35

-How old is the actor Christian Bale

-- higher or lower than 1,085?

0:32:350:32:39

-Lower.

0:32:400:32:40

-Lower.

-

-Correct - 42.

0:32:400:32:41

-How many minutes are in an hour

-- higher or lower than 42?

0:32:410:32:45

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 60.

0:32:450:32:47

-Years in a century

-- higher or lower than 60?

0:32:470:32:50

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 100.

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-Motorways in Wales.

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 1.

0:32:540:32:55

-How many pennies are in 3

-- higher or lower than 1?

0:32:560:32:59

-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 300.

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-How many players are in a rugby team

-- higher or lower than 300?

0:33:020:33:05

-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 15.

0:33:050:33:11

-Your time is up!

0:33:110:33:17

-Congratulations, you've won 120!

0:33:170:33:20

-Thank you very much.

0:33:200:33:25

-Thank you for playing...

0:33:250:33:26

-Thank you for playing...

-

-Mwy Neu Lai!

0:33:260:33:30

-Congratulations to Wendy

-from Llansawel.

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-If you were unlucky today,

-there's a chance to win next Friday.

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-Let's see what's happening in your

-area this weekend in our Calendar.

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-Tonight in Llandovery...

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-..a gala concert will mark the

-closure of Ysgol Pantycelyn...

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-..at the school hall at 7.00pm.

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-Aled Edwards, Rhian Davies,

-Cor Cyswllt Cilycwm...

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-..and Llandovery Male Voice Choir

-will perform.

0:34:040:34:07

-Elvis fans should head to Caernarfon

-Football Club tomorrow at 7.30pm.

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-A special event raises funds

-for Apel Elis Wyn Appeal.

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-There's an evening for lovers

-at Mynyddygarreg Hall at 7.30pm.

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-Tickets cost 12

-and everyone is welcome.

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-There's plenty of events

-taking place this weekend.

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-We've returned to Margaret

-and her cheeses in the kitchen.

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-Our Gossip Gang have also returned.

0:34:400:34:43

-It's time to enjoy some

-Welsh rarebit.

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-Shakespeare mentioned Welsh rarebit.

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-It stems back many centuries.

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-What have you done?

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-I've got some crumbled cheese,

-beer and Worcestershire Sauce.

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-There's also some butter in this.

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-Ensure that it doesn't stick

-to the pan.

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-You can serve it on toast

-or in a fondue.

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-This is the Welsh rarebit.

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-You can spread it on toast.

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-You can serve is as a meal

-or with a fondue.

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-Our Gossip Gang have also returned.

0:36:270:36:30

-We welcome back

-Sian, Alun and Gwenno.

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-There are several cheeses here

-that the gang will sample.

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-There are three cheese here.

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-Each of the cheeses have a special

-ingredient.

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-Can they guess what it is?

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-The first cheese, Gwenno.

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-It smells and tastes

-like athlete's foot!

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-I didn't like it.

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-This is strong.

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-What do you think, Alun?

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-I don't like the red cheese.

0:37:310:37:43

-What about the blue cheese, Sian?

0:37:430:37:47

-What ingredient is in it?

0:37:470:37:52

-It's got a fishy taste.

0:37:520:38:02

-It's more like a salmon paste.

0:38:020:38:08

-What about the next cheese?

0:38:080:38:15

-Let's move on to the yellow cheese.

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-I like this one.

0:38:190:38:25

-It's got a peach taste.

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-I like it too.

0:38:300:38:42

-Cinnamon garlic

-was in the first one.

0:38:430:38:50

-Mint was in the second cheese.

0:38:500:38:59

-There was apricot and vanilla

-in the third cheese.

0:38:590:39:06

-They are all goats cheese too.

0:39:060:39:16

-It's very popular on the continent.

0:39:160:39:26

-Continue with enjoying the cheese.

0:39:260:39:32

-It's time to find out

-what on tonight's Heno.

0:39:320:39:35

-Llinos has joined us

-in the kitchen.

0:39:350:39:47

-I'm sure he'll have a great time.

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-We'll be at the special

-evening in Pwllheli...

0:40:440:40:49

-..where a memorial to the poet,

-Cynan will be unveiled.

0:40:490:40:56

-I also have an item

-about ice skating.

0:40:560:41:01

-I'm with a Cardiff hockey team.

0:41:010:41:05

-Rebecca Harries and Rhisiart Arwel

-will be in the studio.

0:41:050:41:09

-We'll be joined in the studio

-by singer, Zoe George.

0:41:090:41:12

-That's it from us today.

0:41:120:41:13

-the wetlands of the world.

0:41:140:41:16

-We open the covers to our Book Club

-and a viewer receives a makeover.

0:41:170:41:20

-The news and weather on S4C is

-followed by Gwesty Parc y Stradey.

0:41:210:41:26

-Enjoy the rest of your day.

0:41:260:41:28

-Goodbye.

0:41:280:41:31

-Good luck to Mari!

0:41:310:41:34

-.

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Y prynhawn yma Daniel Williams fydd yma'n coginio a bydd aelodau'r Clwb Clecs yn dweud eu dweud. Daniel Williams is in the kitchen and you could win £100 in the weekly quiz.


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