Fri, 30 Jun 2017 Prynhawn Da


Fri, 30 Jun 2017

Bydd cyfle i chi ennill can punt a bydd Gareth Richards yn creu pryd hyfryd yn y gegin. There's a chance for you to win a hundred pounds and Gareth Richards will be in the kitchen.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-The iconic 999 emergency number

-celebrates its 80th birthday today.

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-We've got the Police, Ambulance

-and Fire Service and Coastguard.

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-Where would we be without them?

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-It's a remarkable service.

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-It's also the end of the week and

-I'm looking forward to the weekend.

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-Tafwyl is tomorrow and Sunday.

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-I'm going to Tafwyl

-and expecting visitors.

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-It's a busy weekend of events,

-so let's hope the weather is fine.

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-It's Friday and our phone lines

-for Mwy Neu Lai are now open.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before our lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Pick up the phone to register

-and you could win 100 or more.

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-Gwenda Tomos of Saron

-won 110 last week.

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-It's National Cream Tea Day

-and Gareth has a feast for us.

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-I've been busy cooking for you.

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-I'm going to spoil you!

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-The Gossip Gang

-discuss the latest hot topics.

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-We ask them if you'd be happy to

-deal with bank matters over Skype?

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-Are you a fan of Facebook,

-Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat?

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-The list of social media sites are

-relentless and Daf is quite a fan.

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-I'm a fan of Instagram.

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-I'm not a fan, but Huw Marshall

-is here to mark Social Media day.

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-What do you have for us, Llinos?

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-I'll chat to Marian Evans about

-her quiltwork and a new project.

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-Stay with us over

-the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Here's our Mwy Neu Lai number again.

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-The phone lines are open now

-and you can 100 or more to spend.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-All you have to do is register

-and we could be calling you later.

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-What better way to celebrate the

-weekend than with an extra 100.

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-Get dialling now!

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-We start today in my seventh heaven

-- the kitchen!

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-It's National Cream Tea Day.

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-We don't need this as an excuse

-to enjoy some Afternoon Tea!

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-We are starting the weekend

-in style.

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-I've got some tea for you.

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-What are you preparing for us?

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-I've got a feast for you today.

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-We've got a selection of sandwiches

-and Welshcakes.

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-These are cucumber and

-mint sandwiches.

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-You've removed the crust.

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-The crusts have been sliced off.

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-Do you need a balance of savoury

-and sweet items?

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-Do you need a balance of savoury

-and sweet items?

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-You need a combination

-of savoury and sweet.

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-There are vol au vents

-and macarons.

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-I'm starting with

-some savoury macarons.

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-This is a recipe for smoked salmon

-and lemon macarons.

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-We start with the macarons.

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-Beat three eggs whites.

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-You want to see the bubbles develop.

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-You want to create peaks.

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-This is a savoury recipe but

-you need 50 grams of caster sugar.

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-Add the sugar gradually.

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-We are creating a meringue mixture.

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-Next, we have icing sugar and

-ground almonds.

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-They go into the food processor.

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-The almonds go in first

-then the sugar.

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-It prevents the egg whites

-from sticking to the bottom.

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-Fold the mixture.

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-We don't want to lose any air.

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-This is the basis of the macaroon.

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-I've also got some lemon extract.

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-Add a teaspoon of lemon extract.

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-I've also got

-some yellow food colouring.

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-Stir in a figure of eight.

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-These are savoury.

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-These are savoury macaroons.

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-Next, we've got this gadget.

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-Gareth likes gadgets.

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-Pour the mixture into this mixture.

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-Create 2cm circles.

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-Tap the tray.

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-Leave it to fall on the table.

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-It creates the heel

-of the macaroons.

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-Leave it set for 15 minutes.

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-Oven bake for 20 minutes.

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-Leave to cool before filling.

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-Measure them to pair them up.

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-We've got some cream cheese.

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-Add some smoked salmon.

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-There's grapefruit too.

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-It works perfectly.

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-Sprinkle with some dill.

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-Place a top on it.

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-You can also use beetroot,

-ham and some cheese.

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-I'm going to make a mess

-if I eat it!

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-Heulwen Haf is eager to meet your

-groups.

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-It could be a bowling, dancing,

-sewing or luncheon club.

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-Here are our contact details.

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-Are you a member

-of a club or a society?

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-Do you enjoy a spot

-of bowling, dancing or eating?

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-We want to hear about the activities

-enjoyed by the groups in Wales.

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-Email us on

-[email protected]

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-Call us on 01554 880 880 or contact

-us via our social media pages.

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-We look forward to meeting you.

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-These macarons are delicious.

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-You didn't make too much mess!

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-After the break...

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-..our Gossip Gang

-discuss the latest hot topics.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Don't forget to enter Mwy Neu Lai.

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-You simply answer some questions

-by saying higher or lower.

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-Call us on 08443 35 18 97

-before the lines close at 2.30pm.

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-You could be 100 richer or more!

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-It's time to welcome

-our Gossip Gang...

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-..Bethan Mair, Hana Medi

-and Alun Horan.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Would you be happy to discuss your

-personal banking over Skype...

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-..rather than going into the bank to

-discuss it with the manager?

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-Would you do this, Hana?

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-Yes, I would do it.

-I don't see a problem with it.

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-I was in the bank last week.

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-I didn't have time to go before.

-I had to cancel three appointments.

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-Most of us use apps

-and use online banking.

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-I don't think there will

-be bank branches open soon.

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-Skype is a video call.

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-You can see each other.

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-I wouldn't do it.

-I'm totally the opposite to Hana.

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-I don't do any online banking.

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-I like to speak to people

-face to face.

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-I don't trust the Internet.

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-People can use your information to

-buy things.

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-I use the apps.

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-I live in Pontarddulais.

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-All of the branches we had have

-closed within 18 months.

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-It can be difficult.

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-Most of my clients pay me

-through electronic methods.

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-Some of my clients pay me

-through cheques.

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-Banks that have closed

-are problematic.

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-I have to come to Llanelli

-to use the bank.

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-You won't get the chance

-to speak to people before long.

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-My mother is 77 and is disabled.

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-It can be difficult

-to take her to the bank.

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-She always gets a great welcome.

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-I have to bring her to Llanelli.

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-My mother uses the banking

-over the phone.

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-She uses Facetime to talk to me...

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-..but she wouldn't like to do it

-to speak to someone in the bank.

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-I used have a cuppa at my bank

-in Ystalyfera!

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-MPs in London,

-don't have to wear ties.

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-What do you think of this, Alun?

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-I understand that

-they don't have to wear a tie.

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-However, in meetings,

-I think people should wear a tie.

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-I know that some occasions

-calls for a tie.

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-I had to search for this tie.

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-It doesn't match my outfit.

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-What do you think, Hana?

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-I don't care!

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-I think people speak

-about these things in London.

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-There are more important things

-going on in London.

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-I don't care what they wear.

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-They should make better decisions.

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-Jeremy Corbyn used to wear casually.

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-Now, he wears a tie.

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-He means business now.

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-A few years ago, David Cameron

-wouldn't often use a tie.

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-Why are we discussing this?

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-The women have never

-had to wear a tie.

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-I look at it from a feminist side.

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-They should wear clothes

-that are respectful.

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-The women wouldn't have

-to wear ties or suits.

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-It differentiates between men

-and women.

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-You should dress responsibly.

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-Look respectful in your role.

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-I should wear pyjamas here.

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-Is it up to schools to underline

-a eating problem...

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-..or it up to a parent

-what their child eats?

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-A headteacher is said to be stunned

-after finding a crisp sandwich...

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-..and two packets of crisps

-in a lunch box?

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-I think the parents should choose

-what to put in the lunch boxes.

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-I don't see a problem

-with a crisp sandwich.

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-Another child was given a cold

-McDonalds Happy Meal.

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-I agree.

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-There are government guides set.

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-It should be up to the parents.

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-They choose how to bring up

-their children.

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-Schools are there to educate

-the children.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-After the break...

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-..we discuss Social Media Day

-with Huw Marshall.

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-We meet Marian Evans and hear

-about her interest in quilting.

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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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-Today is Social Media Day.

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-It recognizes and celebrates

-the affect of social media...

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-..around the world.

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-Huw Marshall

-is here to tell us more.

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-What is the importance of this day?

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-I'm a fan of social media.

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-Every day is social media day.

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-Social Media Day was launched

-on 30 June 2010.

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-People use it everyday.

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-For somebody who doesn't use

-social media, what is Twitter?

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-Facebook is a stage where

-people can share information.

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-You can create groups.

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-We have a group

-for our school class.

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-Facebook is also a good way

-of sharing videos.

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-The figure of S4C videos

-have had over two million views.

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-Twitter is developing.

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-This is a stage to share news.

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-People like to share their news

-on this.

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-I check it every morning.

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-There's also Instagram

-and Snapchat.

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-People use photographs

-and put hashtags on them.

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-Some like to put photographs

-of their food and pets.

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-S4C weather are sharing images

-of the weather.

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-Snapchat is the opposite

-of Instagram.

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-Snapchat is used by

-a lot of young people.

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-Instagram has developed a lot

-of the things Snapchat had.

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-Instagram and Snapchat

-are owned by the same company.

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-The Welsh language

-is more prominent on these sites.

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-I founded the Awr Gymraeg in 2012.

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-We have a lot of people

-following us.

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-People can share their events

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-It is sent to over a million

-different accounts.

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-Welsh is a language that is used

-on social media.

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-Businesses also find social media

-beneficial especially in Welsh.

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-A lot of praise

-should be given to FA Wales.

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-Adidas also made a Welsh message.

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-They saw something unique

-about Wales.

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-We all remember the shirts

-with 'Diolch' written on them.

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-If you market in Welsh

-and don't use it...

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-..it makes your products stand out.

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-A lot of people are aware of

-the language...

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-..and want to encourage

-others to learn.

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-The singer, Stormzy tweeted

-the word, 'Hiraeth' recently.

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-Yes and it creates a conversation.

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-You see famous people

-using the Welsh language.

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-Huw Stephens and Nigel Owens

-use the Welsh language...

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-..and they have thousands

-of followers.

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-The young people copy

-these famous faces...

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-..and it can only be a good thing.

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-Thank you, Huw.

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-How many of you enjoy quilting?

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-I can't do it,

-but I can cross-stitch.

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-I can cross-stitch

-and use Wonderweb to sort out a hem.

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-I don't know

-how well Llinos does it...

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-..but she chats to Marian Evans

-about quilting and her needlework.

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-When did your interest

-in quilting start?

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-I started quilting two years ago.

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-I attended a City and Guilds course

-for quilting and textiles.

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-We'd dye fabrics,

-design patterns and sew.

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-There was a combination

-of textiles and quilt work.

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-I continued with quilting.

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-Tell us more about your work

-as we're surrounded by examples.

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-Some are quite simple

-such as the baby quilts.

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-Others are more complex

-including the large blue quilt.

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-It consists of 16 panels

-and it's a quilt-as-you-go.

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-You quilt a panel

-and compile it all at the end.

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-It took a year to make

-but I did other quilts as well.

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-I was interested in cross-stitch.

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-In the 1970s, I saw Joyce Jones'

-work at the Criccieth Eisteddfod.

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-Joyce is famed for her samplers

-and has published two books.

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-I wanted to give it a go,

-so I taught myself.

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-When I retired,

-we formed a sewing group.

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-We also pick up ideas

-from each other.

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-I've made around 150 samplers for

-weddings, christenings and so on.

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-I make them myself and

-they're my own designs.

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-A group of us also make

-smaller quilts for hospitals.

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-The children in special care can

-cuddle the quilt and take it home.

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-You've got some exclusive news to

-share with us about a special job.

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-I've taken on the role of raising

-funds for the National Eisteddfod.

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-The target for Radyr

-and district is 30,000.

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-I came up with the idea of

-making a quilt from 16 panels.

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-The centre of it will feature

-four Eisteddfod-related symbols.

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-A treble-clef depicts the music,

-two masks reflect the dramas...

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-..and a mystic sign

-refers to the Gorsedd of Bards.

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-There's a couplet by T James Jones

-or Jim Parc Nest...

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-..which welcomes you

-to the Eisteddfod in Cardiff.

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-Hopefully, someone will buy it for

-a decent price or I'll auction it.

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-I'm open to your suggestions.

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-Have you got a favourite piece?

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-My favourite is a cross-stitch

-called a darning sampler.

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-It's a sampler consisting of

-different stitches by apprentices.

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-They formed a flower from

-all of these styles of stitches.

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-The work was rolled up

-and shown to farms and the gentry.

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-The word sampler

-means samples of work.

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-How much satisfaction do you get

-from creating all of these pieces?

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-I get great satisfaction.

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-I enjoy stitching upstairs

-whilst watching the world go by.

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-Thanks for the chat and good luck

-with your quilt for the Eisteddfod.

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-Some lovely work by Marian.

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-After the break, one lucky viewer

-will be playing, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-If you've entered,

-make sure you stay by the phone.

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-We also return to Gareth

-for some more afternoon treats.

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-First, let's take a look

-at your Calendar of events.

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-Trefriw Village Hall hosts a coffee

-morning this Saturday from 10.00am.

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-All proceeds go towards

-local charities.

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-Carmarthenshire's RABI Committee

-hold a hog roast at Tafarn Y Cwm.

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-It starts from 5.00pm

-and tickets costs 5.

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-The Noel Davies Memorial Concert is

-at the Pontarddulais Leisure Centre.

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-It starts at 7.00pm, tickets are 10

-and there's a whole host of artists.

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-The Capel Iwan YFC Dance is held at

-Dol Wiber Fields at Newcastle Emlyn.

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-Baldande, Newshan and DJ Bry

-entertain from 8.00pm for 10.

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-A Cymanfa Ganu is in Seilo Chapel,

-Llandudno at 10.30am this Sunday.

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-Beryl Lloyd Roberts of Pentrecelyn

-leads the service.

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-Ysgol Yr Hendre, Pontarddulais has

-an open evening on Monday at 6.00pm.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to play...

-Mwy Neu Lai.

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-We should have a caller on the line.

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-It's Gwyneth Griffiths

-from Whitland. How are you?

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-I'm great, thank you.

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-What's the weather like there?

-The weather is wet!

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-We ask you questions

-and the answers are numbers.

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-You don't need to know the number...

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-..simply if the answer is higher

-or lower than the previous number.

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-There's 10 for each correct answer.

-Our starting number is 60.

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-Your time starts when Daf asks

-the first question.

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-Good luck!

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-What is the starter number in darts

-- higher or lower than 60?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 501.

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-How many colours are in the American

-flag - higher or lower than 501?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 3.

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-What is half of 10

-- higher or lower than 3?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 5.

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-Does a golf course

-have higher or lower than 5 holes?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 18.

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-Sides in a septagon

-- higher or lower than 18?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 7.

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-How many legs has a duck got

-- higher or lower than 7?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 2.

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-How many miles from Harlech

-to Merthyr - higher or lower than 2?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 125.

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-Higher or lower than 125 mins

-in three quarters of an hour?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 45.

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-How many days are in June

-- higher or lower than 45?

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-Higher.

-Incorrect - 30.

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-Points are for a drop goal

-in rugby - higher or lower than 30?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 3.

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-How many dots are on a dice

-- higher or lower than 3?

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-Higher.

-Correct - 21.

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-How many national parks are in Wales

-- higher or lower than 21?

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-Lower.

-Correct - 3.

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-Your time is up!

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-Congratulations, you've won 110!

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-Thank you very much.

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-Are you happy with your winnings?

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-Yes, that's brilliant.

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-It's a great amount to win

-for the weekend.

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-Thank you for playing...

-Mwy Neu Lai!

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-Congratulations to Gwyneth

-on winning 110!

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-We're back with Gareth.

-Earlier, we had macarons.

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-Now it's time for

-strawberry eclairs.

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-There's a French theme.

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-Yes, exactly.

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-We want something sweet

-for our Afternoon Tea.

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-There's some more tea for you.

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-To make the eclairs, we start by

-putting the saucepan on the heat.

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-It's important to measure all the

-ingredients to make eclairs.

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-Add some milk to give them a rich

-flavour.

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-Full fat milk?

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-Then add the same amount of water.

-It should be the same temperature.

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-Don't use water

-straight from the kettle.

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-Then we add

-room-temperature butter...

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-..not butter

-straight from the fridge.

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-Melt the butter

-and warm the ingredients.

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-Add some plain flour.

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-You don't need to sieve it.

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-You need two large eggs.

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-While the butter is melting and the

-liquid is heating up...

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-let's talk about the baking tin.

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-Grease a baking tin.

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-You don't need greaseproof paper...

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-..because this mixture

-tends to stick to it.

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-What pastry are you making?

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-I'm making choux pastry here.

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-The butter is melting.

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-The mixture is bubbling away.

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-Remove it from the heat.

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-Give it a mix to create a ball.

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-It isn't sticking to the sides!

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-It's quite easy to make.

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-The saucepan is hot!

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-Gradually add some egg to the paste.

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-You can prepare this recipe

-and store it for a week.

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-You'll prepare a tea tomorrow.

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-I'm holding an afternoon tea with

-the Merched y Wawr from Ceredigion.

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-This is tomorrow.

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-My device is back again!

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-Gareth added his afternoon tea tips

-to Y Wawr.

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-I also published recipes

-for the Gwawr magazine.

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-Create the eclairs.

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-Bake 180C or gas mark 4

-for 20 minutes.

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-Reduce the heat until crisp.

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-I've got some that I made earlier.

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-They look like eclairs now.

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-Remove the centre of the eclairs.

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-We need a filling now.

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-I like scones and eclairs

-at an afternoon tea.

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-This would be perfect for Wimbledon.

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-I'm using jam and cream

-for the filling.

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-It's perfect for Wimbledon.

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-We've got a jam salsa at the bottom.

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-I can't wait to sample it.

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-Sprinkle some strawberries over it.

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-Add a layer of cream.

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-You can also create a lemon pie

-which is like lemon meringue.

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-We've also got some pink icing.

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-Mari has joined us

-in the studio.

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-How are you today?

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-I'm very well, thank you.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-Our cameras will be live

-from the Tafwyl Festival.

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-The festival is at Llandaff Fields

-this year.

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-The presenter, Trystan Ellis Morris

-will be in the studio...

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-..ahead of his journey

-to Llangollen.

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-Elin meets the Hijinx company.

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-The Scarlets scrum-half, Aled Davies

-will also be in the studio.

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-He's recently had his first cap for

-Wales.

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-Aled Rheon is performing

-in the festival...

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-..and will be performing for us.

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-These look fantastic!

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-That's it from us today.

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-Prynhawn Da returns on Monday

-at 1.05pm due to the Tour de France.

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-Catrin prepares a picnic and Karl

-Davies reviews the weekend papers.

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-Gwawr Edwards Yn Ohio

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-Enjoy your weekend

-and a very good afternoon to you.

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Bydd cyfle i chi ennill can punt a bydd Gareth Richards yn creu pryd hyfryd yn y gegin. There's a chance for you to win a hundred pounds and Gareth Richards will be in the kitchen.


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