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Mon, 03 Apr 2017

Bydd Karl Davies yn bwrw golwg ar benawdau'r Sul a bydd Elwen o Hybu Cig Cymru yn y gegin. Karl Davies reviews the papers and Elwen from Meat Promotion Wales cooks more treats.


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-Hello and how are you?

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-It's Monday already!

-We hope you had a great weekend.

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-The weather was glorious again but

-what hit the newspaper headlines?

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-Karl Davies joins us to peruse

-the stories in the newspapers.

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-We look forward to our chat shortly.

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-This is what else we've got for you.

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-Elwen cooks slow-roast pork

-with ginger, honey and Thai spices.

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-Emma will show us how to create

-the appearance of perfect skin.

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-We continue our Collections series

-with a set of interesting thimbles.

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-Sarah-Louise Rees and her daughter,

-Nora join us to discuss young mums.

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-There's plenty of discussion

-at the start of another week.

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-Stay tuned to Yvonne and myself.

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-Karl has browsed through

-the newspapers for us today.

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-A lot of the headlines

-are associated with Brexit.

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-We start with a headline

-from the Sunday Express.

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-The Sunday Express ran a story...

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-..about the return

-of the traditional blue passport.

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-I thought

-it was an April Fool's joke.

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-Last week, Theresa May

-triggered Article 50...

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-..and the Home Office

-put a contract out to tender...

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-..for the design, production...

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-..and personalization

-of the UK passport post 2019.

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-A lot of the MPs have said that

-it's about the identity of Britain.

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-..are set to make a return...

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-..as part of a 500 million

-post-Brexit redesign.

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-The article is very negative.

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-The article seemed one-sided.

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-Britain was forced to adopt

-the uniform design...

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-..of the burgundy passport

-by the EU in 1988.

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-It's very bizarre to me.

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-It's as if people have lost

-the ability to look at the future.

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-It's going to cost a lot of money.

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-The contract is worth millions.

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-I don't know how much money

-is going to be wasted on this.

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-This is going to be

-one of many articles...

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-..about the changes

-that the UK will be made...

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-..as a result of Brexit.

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-Liz Hurley enjoys getting

-her passport stamped.

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-A lot of people have to wait when

-you get your passport stamps.

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-Let's turn to The Observer.

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-This is liked with Brexit again.

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-The Observer has an article

-that aims to encourage teenagers...

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-..to find Saturday jobs.

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-I didn't realize that students

-didn't have Saturday jobs.

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-There's less and less teenagers...

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-..working on a Saturday.

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-Most of the emphasis

-has been shifted to education.

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-A lot of people started work

-at 15 or 16.

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-This next generation

-hasn't had that.

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-In the fruit and vegetables shop

-on Station Road in North Wales...

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-..then you would have

-been served by me in the 1980s.

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-We stay with The Observer

-for our next story.

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-The Observer seemed to highlight the

-role of children a lot this weekend.

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-Reporter, Lucy Rock,visited

-a retirement home in Seattle...

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-..and witnessed the role

-played by the young children...

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-..who are from the in-house nursery.

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-The article refers to a programme

-that featured on S4C.

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-A lot of nurseries

-are located next to care homes...

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-..so that the children

-in the nurseries...

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-..can visit the elderly.

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-The American care model...

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-..is beneficial

-to both the old and the young.

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-One patient

-had very bad Alzheimer's.

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-She met a small child and spoke

-very clearly for the first time.

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-Let's turn to the Wales on Sunday.

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-The Wales on Sunday

-had a very interesting article...

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-..about a young woman

-called Jess Turtle.

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-Jess Turtle's parents founded

-The Wallich homelessness charity.

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-Jess grew up in a home and was

-surrounded by hundreds of people.

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-Jess and her husband, Matt...

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-..have followed

-in her parents' footsteps...

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-..with a project entitled

-the Museum of Homelessness.

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-Jess realized that the way she was

-growing up was different...

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-..when she visited a friend's house

-and there was less people there!

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-We follow our noses

-over to the kitchen now.

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-What's on the menu, Elwen?

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-Today's recipe

-is for a slow-roasted pork.

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-The pork is served

-with a ginger sauce and Thai spices.

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-You can really smell the spices.

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-I've got just over

-a kilo of Welsh pork.

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-This is the shoulder of pork.

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-It's quite cheap.

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-Pork is reasonably cheap

-at the moment.

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-This is one of those recipes

-for a slow cooker.

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-I've finely chopped an onion,

-some garlic and ginger.

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-It looks like a lot of ginger.

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-It will not be a strong flavour

-after it's cook.

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-I'm enjoying ginger

-the more I eat it.

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-It's a great flavour.

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-I've added

-some sweet chilli sauce...

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-..and about two tablespoons

-of brown sugar and honey.

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-The honey adds sweetness

-and flavour.

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-I've got some tamarin sauce.

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-This is quite sticky.

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-There's also some lemongrass.

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-Beat it and it releases

-some great flavours.

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-That's so fresh.

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-I've got some powdered Thai spices.

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-Finish this with

-some vegetable stock...

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-..and season it

-with salt and pepper.

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-This is poured over the pork.

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-It will cook slowly.

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-I cooked one overnight last night.

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-It had about eight hours of cooking.

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-Prepare it in the morning...

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-..and allow it to cook

-during the day.

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-The sauce is full of flavour

-from the pork too.

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-The pork doesn't need

-to be turned over.

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-You can cook it slowly in the oven.

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-This was a smaller piece of meat.

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-It only needs to be baked

-at about gas mark two...

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-..if you're baking it in the oven.

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-The meat just falls apart.

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-The sauce from the dish

-can go into a saucepan...

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-..and a touch of cornflour

-and water to thicken the sauce.

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-Let's plate it up.

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-This marinade is great

-to add flavour.

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-Yes, and it differs

-from a traditional dish.

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-Let's plate this up for you.

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-Yvonne can't share my food

-but we'll share a plate!

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-This is the sauce.

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-The sauce goes over the top

-of the meat.

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-It isn't too hot.

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-Let's dive in.

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-Mmm!

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-Oh, wow.

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-This is similar to pulled pork.

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-That's lovely.

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-A chocolate bread pudding

-is on the menu later.

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-Do you want to know how to create

-the appearance of flawless skin?

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-Emma is here to share her advice.

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-Hana also meets Morwen and Elwyn

-who collect thimbles.

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-You can find out shortly.

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-Welcome back.

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-Skin types vary among individuals

-from sensitive to dry and spotty.

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-But how do you create

-the illusion of perfect skin?

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-Emma Jenkins has all the answers.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You are not wearing make-up today.

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-I haven't got any make-up

-on my skin...

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-..only a bit of eye make-up.

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-It's only in the last two years...

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-..that I've been happy

-to sit here without any make-up...

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-..because I suffered with acne.

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-I've still got acne scars.

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-Skin types do differ.

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-The same products

-will not suit everyone.

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-It's important

-to have a skincare routine.

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-Let's start with a primer.

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-What does a primer do?

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-Primer is like an undercoat

-when you're painting.

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-It sits under the other make-up.

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-This primer is from Lancome.

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-It's oil-controlling.

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-It means that the foundation

-sits on the skin better.

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-Next, we have the foundation.

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-This is the L'Oreal True Match

-foundation...

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-..that is 9.99.

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-I'm using a brush to apply it.

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-It helps to buff the product

-into the skin.

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-Rub this in.

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-Would you advise anyone to use

-their fingers for a foundation?

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-It will start working

-on your fingers...

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-..so it sticks to the fingers...

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-..as opposed to the face.

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-I prefer to use a brush or a sponge.

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-Use a circular motion

-if you have a few wrinkles.

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-Next, we have a thick Mac concealer.

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-It's 18.

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-It does sound like a lot but you

-don't need to use a lot of it.

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-You only need a tiny amount.

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-Think of the face as a flower.

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-The centre of the face is like

-the heart of the flower...

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-..and the rest of the face

-is like the petals.

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-Start from the middle

-and work outwards.

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-Dot it onto the face and buff it.

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-Use more if you need it.

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-It won't look thick on the skin.

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-I finish this

-with an Estee Lauder product.

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-It comes in a powder

-or a foundation.

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-This is dusted over

-the t-zone of the face.

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-It helps to reduce the skin

-from looking oily.

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-Next, we continue with our series

-on personal collections.

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-Today, Hana meets not one person,

-but a married couple who collect.

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-Thimbles are very useful items

-for people who enjoying sewing...

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-..but Morwen and Elwyn

-like to collect them.

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-I'd been a builder for 30 years

-but fancied a change...

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-..so I started driving a bus.

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-I wanted something to remember

-each of the places that I visited...

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-..so I started buying thimbles

-and it's become an obsession.

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-How many are in your collection?

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-1,900.

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-They differ in size and price...

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-..and are made from glass,

-china, copper and steel.

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-We went to Bristol and walked around

-every street to find a thimble.

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-Our feet were very sore

-and we still didn't fine one!

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-Morwen and Elfyn travelled a lot

-but have great friends and family.

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-They go on holidays, spot one

-and bring it back for Elwyn and Mo!

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-We had one a fortnight ago

-of Edinburgh Castle.

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-We had one of Edinburgh

-but not of the castle.

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-There are so many different kinds

-to be had.

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-We hope to get one from St Lucia,

-Jamaica and Barbados...

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-..as our son and daughter-in-law

-are there on holiday!

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-Fingers crossed we get one.

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-Are they surprised at the size

-of the collection?

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-They think we're crackers!

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-They have almost 2,000 thimbles all

-over the house and each has a story.

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-This cupboard is chock-a-block.

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-That's only half of the collection

-so there's about 800 in there.

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-What's this one?

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-It's Waterford crystal from Ireland.

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-I bought it when I was in Ireland

-for my birthday.

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-It was the last one they had

-in the shop.

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-All being well, we'll celebrate

-50 years of marriage...

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-..and I've got a thimble from

-Mam and Dad's golden anniversary.

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-They are no longer with us

-so this is very special to me.

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-One of them has made me smile

-and you know the one.

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-Yes, the mousehole that has a hole

-and the mouse is in the middle.

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-They're reminders of everything.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-Elwyn enjoys building units to house

-the collection in their home.

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-One is like a family tree with the

-names of Dad, Mam, me, Morwen...

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-..and the grandchildren of Emma,

-Cerys, Catrin, Owen and Rhodri...

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-..and they are all there.

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-Looking around, I can spot thimbles

-from all over the world.

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-There's one from the nearby town

-of Drefach which means a lot to you.

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-We didn't know that they made them

-until we started collecting.

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-You find the places that make them

-and I haven't seen another like it.

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-What an interesting collection.

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-I didn't see one from Aberaeron!

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-When we return...

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-..we welcome Sarah-Louise Rees

-and her young daughter, Nora...

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-..who discuss being a young mother.

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-Rhodri has joined us

-with a guide to tonight's Heno.

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-What delights await us at 7.00pm?

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-Daf Wyn chats to some viewers

-who dote on their pets...

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-..but these aren't the typical pets

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-chairman of the Welsh Lottery...

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-..chats about the latest news

-from the lottery.

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-win a hamper of gardening equipment.

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-There's also two tickets

-for the RHS Flower Show in Cardiff.

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-You'll get the all-important

-question tonight.

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-The Young Women's Trust poll claims

-money is tight for mothers under 25.

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-Some two thirds of mothers

-struggle to make ends meet.

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-Finding a new job is a challenge and

-a financial burden for the family.

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-Sarah-Louise Rees joins us...

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-..to explain what it's like

-to be a young mum.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Sarah-Louise is joined

-by her young daughter, Nora.

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-Tell us your story.

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-This is Nora-Louise.

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-Nora is one next month.

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-We look forward to a party.

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-We come from the Rhondda and I have

-started to work as an actress.

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-I was pregnant when I competed

-for the Bryn Terfel Scholarship.

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-This was two years ago.

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-I was also in Byw Celwydd.

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-I've also appeared as an extra on

-Pobol y Cwm and in children's shows.

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-I've been very busy.

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-My husband and I have been together

-for eight years.

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-It didn't come as a shock

-that I was pregnant.

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-She was an accident

-but the best accident.

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-I didn't mind being a mother.

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-It can be good and bad at any age.

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-It can be difficult

-in terms of your finances.

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-Being parents is tough

-and it takes over our lives.

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-Babies aren't cheap at all!

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-It also depends on your situation.

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-Some young mothers do struggle

-and don't have a job.

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-Having a job does make it easier.

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-Nora is playing with my microphone!

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-It makes more sense to have a baby

-later in life...

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-..when you are more

-financially settled.

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-It looks good on paper.

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-But I have a great husband

-with a job and a great family.

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-I can't imagine raising a baby

-without these.

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-The child always comes first.

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-I would go without food

-in order to provide for my child.

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-It's your responsibility

-to keep this little person alive.

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-My mother did the same for me.

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-Before I had Nora, I was more

-nervous about being an actress.

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-When I had Nora I wanted her to

-grow up being an example for her.

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-I don't want her to grow up

-with no ambition and drive.

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-My hopes for the future is to have

-more children!

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-I don't think Nora agrees!

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-I want to do the best in my career

-and enjoy family life.

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-Enjoying life is the most important.

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-Everyone does the best they can.

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-She's a performer too!

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-After the break,

-we return to Elwen in the kitchen.

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-A chocolate bread pudding

-is on the menu!

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-Our next item is perfect if you've

-got a sweet tooth like Owain and me.

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-It's time for Elwen

-to bake her pudding for us.

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-A chocolate bread pudding

-is on the menu now.

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-It isn't like your normal

-bread pudding.

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-I've got some strong cocoa powder

-in this saucepan.

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-Pour some normal milk

-into the saucepan.

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-I've also got some evaporated milk.

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-Heat it over a low heat.

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-The cocoa powder will melt.

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-Let's move on to the bread.

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-You can use some dried-out breads.

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-You can use brown and white bread.

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-I'm using white bread.

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-Mam-gu and Dat-cu would also have

-white bread with jelly.

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-I think brown bread

-adds a different flavour.

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-I've greased a pudding tin.

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-I've greased it with butter.

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-There's plenty of butter

-in this pudding.

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-Beat two eggs and

-add some brown sugar to the bowl.

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-Pour in two teaspoons of vanilla

-essence.

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-Pour the milk mixture over the eggs.

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-We don't want to scramble the eggs.

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-Pour the entire mixture

-over the bread.

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-It will turn brown in colour.

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-I'm trying to cover all the bread.

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-Allow it to stand for about an hour.

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-You can leave it in the fridge.

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-The bread soaks up the liquid.

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-Bake for about 30 minutes.

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-This is the finished article.

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-Sprinkle some icing sugar over it.

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-You can eat it on its own

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-I'll pour the sauce over it.

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-You can decide which one you want.

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-The sauce has been warmed

-and cooled.

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-You can also serve it

-with some ice-cream.

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-Be careful not to get any

-on your clothes!

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-You can taste the chocolate in it.

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-It's quite strong.

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-The ingredients include

-brown sugar and strong cocoa...

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-..butter, cornflour, milk

-and some syrup for the sauce.

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-Easter is coming up and it's

-something different to serve.

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-That's it from us but we return with

-a busy programme at 2.00pm tomorrow.

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-Sarah Philpott tells us how popular

-it is to become vegetarian or vegan.

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-Kevin prepares

-some Easter floral arrangements.

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-Cymry'r Cant: Hugh Llanfairfechan

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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Bydd Karl Davies yn bwrw golwg ar benawdau'r Sul a bydd Elwen o Hybu Cig Cymru yn y gegin. Karl Davies reviews the papers and Elwen from Meat Promotion Wales cooks more treats.


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