Ymunwch â ni ar gyfer Prynhawn Da pan fydd dau aelod o gôr Waunarlwydd yn ymuno â'r criw i sôn am ddathliadau'r côr yn 50 oed. Celebrating Waunarlwydd Choir's 50th birthday with...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-on a glorious day in Llanelli.
-I hope the sun is shining and the
-mist has cleared wherever you are.
-Owain had a memorable day at the
-Rugby World Cup final on Saturday.
-Yes, I was lucky enough
-to be in Twickenham...
-..and got to interview some of the
-biggest stars of the rugby world...
-..including Dan Carter.
-It was incredible.
-In a moment, Elena Roberts tells us
-about the rugby and other stories.
-This is what else we have for you.
-Paj joins us in the kitchen.
-The nights are drawing in so he
-has recipes for some comfort foods.
-We celebrate 50 years of the Cor
-Waunarlwydd Choir with its members.
-The National Waterfront Museum
-is celebrating ten years.
-We step back into our archive for an
-item from the museum's early days.
-It's National Spa Week.
-Marion helps us to relax in a spa
-without leaving your own home.
-Join Owain and me for the next
-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme by looking at
-the stories hitting the headlines...
-..with Elena Roberts.
-Welcome to the programme, Elena.
-I suspect this will be the last time
-that rugby hits the headlines...
-..as we look at the Rugby World Cup
-victors of New Zealand.
-Congratulations to New Zealand.
-It's been an amazing contest.
-I don't have any interest
-..but this contest has really
-I live in Cardiff and
-there was no escaping it.
-was a historic game...
-..as it was the final international
-match for the player, Dan Carter.
-I was disappointed that most
-of the newspapers...
-..didn't mention Nigel Owens.
-When the ref doesn't get any
-attention, he's had a good game.
-The Wales on Sunday referred
-to the famous rugby ball...
-..that appeared to be
-crashing through the walls...
-..of Cardiff Castle.
-Cardiff has had great press
-from the Rugby World Cup.
-At times, the Ball in the Wall
-was more popular on Twitter...
-..than the actual Rugby World Cup.
-We live in the age of the Selfie.
-This shows that the ball
-was a popular attraction.
-It's believed that
-the English Rugby Football Union...
-..gained 15 million as a result
-of the Rugby World Cup.
-It's been great weather
-for the rugby.
-Cardiff is a welcoming city.
-I'm sure people will come back
-to the city.
-The Millennium Stadium
-is easy to reach.
-Twickenham is difficult to reach.
-Let's turn to the Observer.
-The Observer refers
-to China's brutal one-child policy.
-The one-child policy has been
-in place in China for 35 years.
-The policy has been relaxed to
-enable parents to have two children.
-There's a book about this story
-to be released in the new year.
-The weakness of the policy...
-..is that it relies on status,
-wealth and profession.
-Those living in poverty
-If they have had a second child...
-..they would have to pay a fine.
-Many of them couldn't afford
-to pay the fine.
-A lot of the children
-are only children.
-In 2050, one in every four people
-in China will have retired.
-This is going to have a massive
-impact on the economy.
-They will not have enough workers.
-The one-child policy
-has seen nightmare situations...
-..of forced abortions
-that the one-child policy...
-..has had a detrimental effect
-on the mental health of China.
-This story did worry me.
-I wondered if China was trying
-to prepare for something.
-Are they trying to get an army
-in place for some reason?
-Next, we have the Wales On Sunday.
-The Wales On Sunday has an article
-called Margam Millions DNA Hope.
-This story is so exciting.
-Ken Matthews from Llansamlet
-died in 2007.
-On his death bed, Ken Matthews
-claimed to be a descendent...
-..for the whole wealth
-of the Talbot Fletchers.
-was a maid at Margam Castle...
-..and was having an affair
-with John Talbot Fletcher.
-She fell pregnant but the
-child's birth certificate states...
-was placed in the workhouse...
-..and adopted at a later date.
-His family could be worth millions
-This is the area of Port Talbot.
-The Talbot Fletchers influenced the
-It's exceptionally mild and sunny
-for the start of November...
-..but I'm sure the cold weather
-will take hold soon.
-In a moment, Paj rustles up some
-comfort food for those cold days.
-Davida Lewis and Wynne Parsons...
-..join us to mark 50 years
-of the Cor Waunarlwydd Choir.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Paj has joined us in the kitchen
-so a very warm welcome to you.
-Today, you're making comfort food.
-What do you mean when you use
-the term of comfort food?
-Comfort food can refer to all kinds
-of foods that make you happy.
-It's great over the winter months.
-It's Bonfire Night on Thursday too.
-This recipe reminds me
-of my childhood.
-I've got jacket potatoes and
-some smoked haddock.
-These were baked in the oven...
-..and not in the microwave.
-The haddock was poached in water...
-..or you could use milk.
-I think the milk takes away the
-flavour of the haddock.
-The yellow haddock is only dye
-I didn't like the look
-of a yellow haddock.
-Yes, it's totally unnatural.
-Scoop out the contents
-of the potatoes...
-..and mix it with the haddock.
-Smoked haddock is great
-for this dish.
-You could also use kippers.
-This is more luxurious than salmon.
-Next, we've got some milk and beer.
-This is beer and not lager.
-There's 50ml of milk and
-50ml of beer.
-Add some grated cheese and
-There's also some salt
-and white pepper.
-White pepper tends to be hotter
-than black pepper.
-I also use it if I don't want
-the black speckles...
-..in the contents
-of my mashed potatoes.
-Stir this sauce
-until the cheese thickens.
-Add a touch of plain flour.
-This is just like
-a thick cheese sauce.
-It needs a few minutes on the hob.
-You can use an array
-of cheeses for this.
-You could make this with any
-leftover cheese from Christmas.
-This is left to cool...
-..before adding an egg.
-The egg will add a lovely glaze.
-I've prepared the rarebit earlier.
-It's quite thick.
-This goes over the
-top of the potatoes.
-Here's some I made earlier.
-They look like little pies.
-I'll try it first.
-I'll have a corner.
-You can have the rest!
-You can have the rest!
-Thank you, Paj.
-Thanks for all the great entries in
-our autumn photography competition.
-There's still time to enter
-and these are the details.
-It's a new season and time
-for our new photography competition.
-We'd like to see the autumn
-through your eyes.
-Don't worry if you don't have
-a professional camera.
-We welcome photographs from mobile
-phones, tablets or basic cameras.
-The winner gets
-an iPad or television.
-You have until midday
-on 20 November to enter.
-Send your entries to Prynhawn Da,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email your entries to
-You can also contact us via
-Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
-Good luck to you!
-Get clicking and send us more
-of your fantastic photographs!
-It's always wonderful
-to have an excuse to celebrate...
-..and the whole of Waunarlwydd
-is currently partying...
-..because the Cor Waunarlwydd Choir
-is 50 years old this year.
-Davida Lewis has been the choir's
-conductor since the start.
-She joins us with Wynne Parsons
-who is part of the choir.
-Welcome to you all.
-on your 50th anniversary this year.
-Tell us more about the choir.
-It all started 50 years ago in 1965.
-At that time,
-I was teaching music...
-..and I had a choir.
-I thought it would be ideal
-to have a choir in my home...
-..and that's how the Cor Waunarlwydd
-Choir came about.
-I went to the local school and
-various chapels in the village...
-..so that I could have
-members of all ages...
-..to be part of the choir.
-We've got photographs
-of the first choir.
-It was taken at the
-I can't believe that
-it's been 50 years...
-..since we started the choir.
-My father had a choir
-when I was a child.
-I can't believe it's been 50 years.
-I joined in 2008.
-I had been to Germany...
-..on a trip with a school
-in the Gower.
-There's an adults and
-a children's choir too.
-Yes, that's right.
-It all started with
-a children's choir in 1965.
-People still wanted to
-join the choir...
-..so I formed a SATB choir.
-There are six original members.
-They have sung with me since 1965.
-What are you doing to celebrate?
-There's been a few events.
-We've had a dinner.
-There's a concert at the
-Tabernacle chapel in Morriston...
-..and that's on Saturday night.
-There are other choirs taking part.
-Tickets are still available.
-You can buy them on the door.
-There's a warm welcome for everyone.
-It's great to see so many people
-as part of the choirs.
-Singing in a choir
-is cool these days.
-Singing in a choir
-is good for your health.
-Yes, that's right.
-I've enjoyed every second
-of the 50 years...
-..and so have the majority
-of members of the choir.
-We want to sing well but it's
-important to have fun.
-Thank you for joining us.
-The Llanelli Floral Art Society
-is marking 50 years today...
-..with a demonstration by the
-renowned florist, Coral Gardiner...
-..on Wednesday 4 November
-in Theatr Ffwrnes at 7.00pm.
-It's 10 each and there's a raffle
-and Christmas stalls.
-There's still plenty to enjoy
-on Prynhawn Da in a few minutes.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-Would you like to be pampered
-from head to toe in a spa day?
-In a moment, Marion shows us how to
-pamper ourselves in our own home.
-There's also more comfort food
-from Paj in the kitchen.
-The National Waterfront Museum and
-Heno are both celebrating this year.
-It's ten years since the museum
-opened its doors in Swansea.
-Nia Wyn visited the museum a few
-months after its opening in 2005.
-At only seven months old, Swansea's
-National Waterfront Museum...
-..is one of Wales' most modern
-and sophisticated of our museums.
-The striking exhibitions
-bring history to life...
-..and it has already attracted
-over 100,000 visitors.
-The building is an architectural
-combination of the old and new.
-There are three elements
-to the design.
-This late 19th century warehouse
-sits on the banks of the marina.
-The new galleries
-are north of the warehouse.
-are linked by a central atrium.
-The architects took great care
-when linking the old and the new...
-..focusing on style
-and building materials.
-The walls of the new galleries
-follow the tracks of the rail yard.
-The main chamber
-is built on the route...
-..that linked Swansea
-with the docks and the ocean.
-Robin Gwyn is the communications
-director of National Museum Wales.
-Tell us about your recent award.
-We're proud to have won an important
-award from the Civic Trust...
-..for good architectural design
-in an urban area.
-It's recognition of our contribution
-to the rejuvenation of Swansea.
-Our interesting educational program
-is run by our educational officers.
-They host activities, debates
-seminars and interactive events...
-..for children and young adults
-and they vary from week to week.
-There's always a good reason
-to come to the museum...
-..as at least one or two things will
-have changed since your last visit.
-The permanent exhibitions
-contain thousands of artefacts.
-They focus on 300 years of Wales'
-social and industrial history.
-The artefacts must meet two criteria
-before being added to a collection.
-First, it has to be an object that
-is technologically pioneering...
-..such as the first aeroplane
-to be built in Wales.
-Secondly, it must celebrate customs
-and attitudes of our society.
-This explains the significance
-of Gareth Edwards' rugby shirt!
-Many of the artefacts
-are in large, glass cabinets.
-The wooden leg was used by a miner
-who lost his leg in an explosion.
-The artefacts in storage can be
-viewed thanks to modern technology.
-This room feels very modern
-and very much like a spaceship.
-It focuses on the developments in
-technology over the last ten years.
-You can learn about them
-via a computer.
-There's a series of lectures and
-seminars in our museums through May.
-They focus on the importance
-of the museum and the local museum.
-This month celebrates museums
-and encourages people to visit them.
-to be part of the campaign.
-It's been designed so you walk in
-your forefathers' footsteps...
-..as they worked, socialized
-or attended an Eisteddfod.
-You should visit the site
-to experience it for yourself.
-The museums across Wales
-are certainly worth a visit.
-I was lucky enough to go to a spa.
-It was a birthday gift so my friend
-and I were pampered all afternoon.
-You can do just that without
-moving an inch from your home.
-Marion joins us
-to show us how it's done.
-It's National Spa Week.
-I think women
-deserve some pampering.
-You don't have to go to a spa
-to get the benefits.
-You can create a spa
-within the house.
-You need aromatherapy.
-This is a candle by Ragdale Hall.
-This is called Wellbeing.
-This Ragdale product is from
-Marks and Spencer and costs 7.50.
-Next, we have a product from
-Sanctuary which costs 18.
-This is a packet
-with a variety of items.
-There's a product
-which has a great aroma.
-Place the sticks in the oil.
-The sticks help the aroma
-fill the room.
-You may want to add oil
-to the bath.
-This product dates back to 1953.
-This product is by
-Estee Lauder and is 25.
-This was launched by Estee Lauder...
-..when it was dropped
-There are some cheaper options
-Our next product is from Radox
-and costs 2.
-This is a bubble bath.
-Charles VI refused to go to bed
-without lavender in his pillow.
-This Body Shop product costs 14.
-This is a similar product thought
-to have been used by Cleopatra.
-Next, we have this Dead Sea product
-which costs 6.85.
-These are bath salts.
-Use two spoons of this
-and it will help you to relax.
-This is a face mask.
-You can use it in the bath
-to exfoliate the skin.
-Stress relief eye masks are great.
-Everything you need
-is in this product.
-You can wear these below the eyes.
-Our next product is also by Estee
-Lauder and costs 28.
-After the bath, you will need some
-You can use a bit of this
-to help you relax.
-We have a matching product
-for the honey here.
-Try the slippers on for size.
-I'll press the button.
-Don't they feel great?!
-There's a massager
-inside the slipper.
-Thank you, Marion.
-After the break, Paj returns
-with more comfort food.
-We've already had jacket potatoes
-but what are you making now?
-It's rice pudding, just like
-Nain Llanrhystud used to make!
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-We close today's programme
-in the kitchen with Paj.
-Our next recipe
-is for a rice pudding.
-There are a variety of ways
-of making rice pudding.
-There's one method which is too long
-The next recipe
-is for a rice pudding...
-..just like Nain Llanrhystud
-used to make.
-My grandmother used to make
-a perfect rice pudding.
-I used to add jam to it.
-Use 175ml of rice into a bowl
-with 40g of caster sugar.
-never used to measure things!
-Add 850ml of whole milk.
-Can you use any milk?
-You can use any milk,
-but it won't be the same.
-Add a whole tin of evaporated milk.
-More and more chefs are using
-evaporated milk these days.
-They use it for ice cream.
-I don't know how they make
-I wish I knew!
-A lot of people like to add vanilla
-to rice pudding.
-I'm going to used grated nutmeg.
-You don't want to throw it in.
-I wouldn't know how to use it!
-You want to use the whole nutmeg.
-It is a lot,
-but half way through cooking...
-..the nutmeg will raise
-to the crust.
-The taste will go through the entire
-I hate grating things.
-I always cut my finger.
-I have a variety of graters at home.
-Add 25g of butter.
-This will create a velvet pudding.
-People used to cook a Sunday lunch
-and make a rice pudding.
-used to have an aga.
-She used to cook
-for around 12 people.
-This is the completed pudding.
-You need to put it in the oven at
-150 degrees Celsius for two hours.
-Rhodri from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-I love rice pudding.
-Can I have a lot of skin
-in mine please?
-I don't like the skin.
-Join Mari and me
-for tonight's Heno at 7.00pm.
-The Rugby World Cup final referee,
-Nigel Owens will be in the studio.
-I saw Nigel
-after the game on Saturday.
-I almost fell into Prince Harry.
-I did shake Nigel's hand.
-We have a lot of questions
-to ask him.
-Megan Teleri and Tommo
-will be in the studio...
-..to tell us more about a gig that's
-been organized for this weekend.
-She's raising money for a charity.
-The concert will be 12 hours long.
-Dewi Pws will also be taking part.
-Stifyn Parri will be here too.
-He's arranging the Cyw tour
-The cyclist, Geraint Thomas has
-released his autobiography.
-We'll be chatting to him
-and some other young cyclists.
-This is delicious.
-I'll take this one.
-Thank you for joining us.
-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm,
-Heledd visits Drefach Felindre.
-The National Wool Museum
-exhibits the talents of the future.
-This year's colleges competition
-is Make and Mend.
-The students have been searching
-for inspiration and creating.
-Delyth Wilson shows us how to use
-colours in our kitchens.
-Dr Llinos discusses SAD
-or seasonal affective disorder.
-I was like that after the rugby.
-Taith Fawr y Dyn Bach follows the
-news and weather at 3.00pm on S4C.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Ymunwch â ni ar gyfer Prynhawn Da pan fydd dau aelod o gôr Waunarlwydd yn ymuno â'r criw i sôn am ddathliadau'r côr yn 50 oed. Celebrating Waunarlwydd Choir's 50th birthday with members.