Mon, 07 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 07 Dec 2015

Bydd Nerys Howell yn y gegin yn dangos sut mae coginio'r twrci. Nerys Howell prepares for Christmas by showing us how to cook the turkey and the Christmas Cracker competition co...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-at the start of another new week.

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-We hope you enjoyed the weekend

-despite the bad weather.

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-Yes, and are warm and safe

-despite the storm.

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-It's a new week for our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us on 08443 35 12 44 and you

-can have the question in a moment.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-Elena Roberts guides us through

-the stories making the headlines.

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-The Christmas preparations continue

-in our kitchen.

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-We're looking at our centre piece -

-a juicy turkey with some trimmings.

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-No Christmas table

-is complete without some crackers...

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-..and we'll help you choose the best

-ones by putting some to the test.

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-There's the first of our carols

-in our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-Today, we hear from Ysgol y Graig

-in Llangefni.

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-# The Mimosa transports us

-on a distant voyage

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-Join us for all this on the

-first Prynhawn Da of the week.

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-We're playing our Christmas

-Cracker Competition again today.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44

-and we'll set the question shortly.

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-These are the prizes up for grabs.

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-Three widescreen televisions,

-four iPad Airs...

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-..a digital camera,

-two hampers of Welsh produce...

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-..a hover board,

-a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..two digital radios, a coffee

-machine and mugs, a toaster...

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-..a DVD player and a collection of

-DVDs, a Kindle and a table lamp...

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-..jewellery by Wyn

-in the Conwy Valley...

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-..Melin Tregwynt

-throws and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid,

-leather bag and writing equipment...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-You need a question and

-today's comes from Brynmor Williams.

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-What sauce

-is traditionally served with turkey?

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-1) mint, 2) cranberry, or 3) apple?

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-Merry Christmas to you all!

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-Here's that question again.

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-What sauce

-is traditionally served with turkey?

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-1) mint, 2) cranberry, or 3) apple?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The competition is open

-to those aged 18 and over.

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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Elena Roberts has joined us

-to review the weekend newspapers.

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-It's fair to say that Storm Desmond

-has stolen a lot of the headlines.

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-Everyone saw the photographs

-all over the television...

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-..and on social media.

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-Cumbria was the worst area that was

-hit by the storm.

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-Cumbria suffered similar conditions

-when the storms struck in 2009.

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-This is the third time...

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-..that Cumbria has been struck

-with serious flooding in a decade.

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-After the disaster in 2009...

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-..the area of Cumbria was told

-that it would never happen again.

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-The typical rainfall

-for a month fell in one day.

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-The Met Office has spoken

-about global warming.

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-The weather is going to get worse.

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-A body has been found

-in the last few minutes...

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-..as a result of the floods.

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-Wales didn't escape unscathed

-from Storm Desmond.

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-Photographs of Porthmadog,

-Beaumaris and Llanrwst...

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-..were posted all over social media

-throughout the weekend.

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-These floods are very serious.

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-Wales was struck by flooding

-two years ago...

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-..and it was

-a very serious situation.

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-They're talking about global warming

-in Paris at the moment.

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-The stories of bad weather

-are increasing over the years.

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-The Met Office gave a red weather

-warning over the weekend.

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-A red warning means

-that lives are in danger.

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-I saw many places in Wales

-that haven't been flooded before.

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-It's terrifying when you see

-somewhere you know and love...

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-..being flooded!

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-Let's turn to Y Cymro

-and news of the Eisteddfod.

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-The Meifod Eisteddfod

-did enjoy some fine weather...

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-..but there's no telling what

-the weather holds for next year.

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-The article is written

-by Karen Owen.

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-It's believed

-that the National Eisteddfod...

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-..is being run more like a county

-council these days.

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-The Meifod Eisteddfod is thought

-to have made about 54,000...

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-..and had over 150,000 visitors.

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-This isn't a lot of money to invest

-in the next Eisteddfod.

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-The pink pavilion is going!

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-They have invested

-in a new pavilion.

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-This new pavilion is going

-to have better acoustics.

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-Next, we turn to the Wales on Sunday

-and the cost of Christmas.

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-Families are thought

-to be dreading Christmas...

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-..due to the cost of presents

-and food.

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-Many teachers claim that children

-are arriving in school and starving.

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-Parents dread Christmas

-and letters about school trips.

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-A lot of teachers are dipping into

-their own pockets...

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-..in order to feed starving pupils.

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-This year,

-the Christmas television adverts...

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-..have tended to focus on the act

-of being compassionate.

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-The adverts are making us

-think about others.

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-It's a difficult time

-for a lot of people.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-There's still time to enter our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44

-and answer a simple question.

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-There's a host of prizes to win

-but the phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-We'll give you today's question

-again in a few minutes.

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-After the break, Nerys prepares the

-all-important turkey in the kitchen.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Don't forget to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-You can win one of the prizes that

-are hiding in this year's crackers.

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-Call us on 08443 35 12 44

-and these are the prizes.

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-We've got four iPad Airs.

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-There's some wonderful hampers

-of Welsh produce.

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-You could win a hover board.

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-You could win a kitchen aid.

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-There's some amazing prizes

-to be won...

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-..but first, you need to answer

-this question from Brynmor Williams.

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-What sauce

-is traditionally served with turkey?

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-1) mint, 2) cranberry, or 3) apple?

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-What sauce

-is traditionally served with turkey?

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-1) mint, 2) cranberry, or 3) apple?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Nerys joins us in the kitchen today.

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-You've had the challenge of

-preparing the Prynhawn Da turkey.

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-The turkey made the bang

-that you heard earlier.

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-I think the stuffing makes

-a real difference to a turkey.

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-I've got one of my

-favourite recipes.

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-It's for a lemon

-and herb stuffing...

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-..but it's an adaptation

-of that recipe.

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-The pan contains pancetta.

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-It releases a lot of oil

-so you don't need any extra oil.

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-Add some finely chopped onions.

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-I made a stuffing with sausage meat

-and chestnuts.

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-Turkeys don't have a lot of flavour.

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-Its flavour depends on its quality.

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-The turkey I have in the studio

-was reared in Pembrokeshire.

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-We've got some breadcrumbs...

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-..some thyme, sage and parsley.

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-These are all fresh herbs.

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-I grow thyme and sage myself.

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-Use half the quantity of herbs

-if you're using dried herbs.

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-I've also got clementine,

-orange and lemon zest.

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-Add a touch of fresh grated nutmeg.

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-There's also the chestnuts.

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-These have been baked.

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-You can buy them already peeled.

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-I always have to peel the chestnuts

-at Christmas.

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-It's not an easy job!

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-No, and I've given up

-trying to peel them!

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-The onions have started to soften.

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-I'm going to add some finely chopped

-turkey liver.

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-You can get all the giblets

-and innards of the turkey...

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-..when you buy a fresh one.

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-Add the onion mixture

-to the breadcrumbs.

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-I'd usually allow it to cool...

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-..as it's easier to mix.

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-You can make this beforehand

-and freeze it.

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-Add a large beaten egg

-to help it bind.

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-Let's turn to the turkey.

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-I want to show you where to stuff

-the turkey.

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-Season it with salt.

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-Add some sage, chopped orange...

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-..and also some bay leaves.

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-There's also some parsley stalks.

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-These will add flavour to the

-turkey...

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-..and also help with moist meat/

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-..and also help with moist meat.

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-Release the skin around the breast.

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-This is where you would

-put the stuffing.

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-It goes between the meat

-and the skin.

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-It helps for the meat

-to retain its moisture.

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-This is baked at gas mark 5...

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-..for 20 minutes per kilo

-and an extra 90 minutes.

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-Place the turkey on a rack

-and on a baking tray.

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-You could line the tray with onions.

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-This turkey should feed

-about 12 people.

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-Cover the turkey with butter.

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-Pour a touch of water into the pan.

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-The water helps to create steam.

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-Have you entered our

-Christmas Cracker Competition yet?

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44

-and answer the following question.

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-What sauce

-is traditionally served with turkey?

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-1) mint, 2) cranberry, or 3) apple?

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-After the break, we put some of the

-best Christmas crackers to the test.

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-They aren't as good as our crackers

-but we'll test high street crackers.

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-The Christmas Carol Competition

-gets underway today...

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-..and we hear our first carol

-in few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The phone lines for our Christmas

-Cracker Competition have closed.

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-Please don't call any more

-or you will still be charged.

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-We'll be calling one of you

-later in the programme.

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-Crackers are an important component

-of the Christmas table.

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-The selection on the high street

-vary in prices and quality.

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-We're joined by our cracker testers,

-Elena, Heledd and Glen.

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-Welcome to you all.

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-We've got crackers

-from three different supermarkets.

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-Let's start with Elena.

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-What do you

-think about these crackers?

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-These crackers

-are quite traditional.

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-The print on the packaging

-is quite festive with the ribbon.

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-You can recycle this packaging.

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-They feel quite sturdy too.

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-I'd be happy with them.

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-There are two colours.

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-The box contains eight crackers.

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-What do you think

-about your crackers, Glen?

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-I think my crackers

-are quite cheap looking.

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-They are pleasing on the eye

-and look great on the table.

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-I don't think there's much inside.

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-What about your crackers, Heledd?

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-These crackers are sparkly.

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-There are six crackers in the box

-so you may need another box.

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-There was six in my box.

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-Let's see what's inside.

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-There's a lovely hat

-in this cracker.

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-I'll try it on.

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-It fits perfectly.

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-There's a pen and a joke inside it.

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-I won't say the joke!

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-This didn't have a great bang.

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-I've got a pack of cards.

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-There's also a hat inside.

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-I'm surprised by this.

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-It's also comes in two tones.

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-These hats never fit my head

-but this hat fits.

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-There's a great bang

-with this cracker.

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-These crackers

-are also covered in glitter!

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-I've got a bottle opener

-in my cracker along with a joke...

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-..that's suitable for all!

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-I've got a lovely silver hat.

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-I'd give it 8 out of 10.

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-It's worth 7 out 10.

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-I'd score it 9 out of 10.

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-Elena's box of eight crackers

-is from Asda and costs 5.

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-Each cracker costs 62p.

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-Glen's box of eight crackers

-is from Aldi and priced at 9.99.

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-A single Aldi cracker costs 1.24.

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-Heledd's box of six crackers is from

-Marks and Spencer and is 19.99.

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-A single cracker is worth 3.33.

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-I think that's quite expensive.

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-Marks and Spencer wins!

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-Our Christmas Cracker Competition

-has been running for many years.

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-Primary school children can compete

-for our special trophy.

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-They must sing an original carol

-and ten schools were shortlisted.

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-This year's judges are

-Huw Foulkes and Margaret Williams.

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-Our first entrant is from

-Ysgol Y Graig, Llangefni.

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-We're Ysgol y Graig in Llangefni...

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-..and have had a lot of fun

-with the Christmas carol this year.

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-Our carol is Nadolig y Wladfa and

-it's composed by Mrs Catrin Jones.

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-It's about the first Christmas

-for the settlers in Patagonia...

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-..despite the hardship.

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-We hope you enjoy it.

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-# There were months of sailing

-to reach a better life

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-# The Mimosa transports us

-on a distant voyage

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-# But disappointment awaited us

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-# We lived in caves

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-# Christmas has arrived

-and we repent

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-# This Christmas is simple

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-# Christmas in a vast, barren desert

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-# But remembering the birth of Jesus

-brings hope to us all

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-# We've found a rare bit of hope

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-# At Christmas

-on the other side of the world

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-# No mention of Christmas lunch,

-no gift by the fire

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-# The spirit

-has shattered into pieces

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-# The burden of each loss

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-# And yearning for home

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-# Makes us beg for salvation

-from our Father

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-# This Christmas is simple

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-# Christmas in a vast, barren desert

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-# But remembering the birth of Jesus

-brings hope to us all

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-# We've found a rare bit of hope

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-# At Christmas

-on the other side of the world

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-# Nathe Cristo

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-# Nathe Cristo

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-# We'll sing a small carol for Wales

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-# Nathe Cristo

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-# Nathe Cristo

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-# We'll sing a carol for our family

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-# We'll sing a carol of hope

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-# Gloria

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-# This Christmas is simple

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-# This Christmas is simple

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-# Christmas in a vast, barren desert

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-# But remembering the birth of Jesus

-brings hope to us all

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-# We've found a rare bit of hope

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-# At Christmas

-on the other side of the world

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-# At Christmas

-on the other side of the world #

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-Thanks to Ysgol y Graig

-in Llangefni.

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-We'll have another Christmas carol

-on tomorrow's programme.

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-Join us shortly.

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-Welcome back.

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-The moment has arrived.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-If you entered

-our Christmas Cracker Competition...

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-..make sure

-that you're close to your phone.

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-There's some amazing prizes

-to be won this year.

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-It's ringing.

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-The number is from

-the area of Pontypridd.

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-It's still ringing.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Sian and Owain

-from S4C's Prynhawn Da.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Go on!

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-Number 2.

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-It's Christmas Cracker!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Diane Rees.

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-Where are you calling from?

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-I'm in Porth.

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-I'll have number 2.

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-Congratulations, you've won

-a hamper of Welsh produce.

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-Thank you very much.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Today, we're giving a donation to

-the Ty Gobaith Children's Hospice.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Well done to Diane.

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-It's time to return to Nerys

-for some more festive cuisine.

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-A cranberry and clementine sauce

-is on the menu.

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-We start with some spices.

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-There's cianmon, cloves

-and star anise.

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-I've placed them in a saucepan

-with 100 ml of water.

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-Allow them to simmer.

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-Add 300g of fresh

-or frozen cranberries.

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-This is a simple recipe

-that can be prepared beforehand.

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-It's tastier

-when you make it yourself.

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-Cranberries can be sour

-so I add 100g of Demerara sugar.

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-You can store it

-in a sealed jam jar.

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-It's different to jam

-because there's less sugar in it.

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-I finished a cranberry sauce

-I made last year the other week.

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-You can also add apples, onions

-or shallots.

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-I add clementines

-and the zest of the fruit.

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-They are quite juicy

-at this time of year.

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-This would add a lovely flavour,

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-This would add a lovely flavour.

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-Bring it to the boil.

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-You can also pour in some alcohol.

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-I've got a special orange liqueur

-that was made in Llandysul.

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-Pour a drop into the sauce.

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-I add the liqueur at the end

-of the cooking process.

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-You don't have to add alcohol

-but it does add to the taste.

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-You can liquidize the cranberries

-for children.

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-The cranberries will start to pop

-in the pan as they are cooked.

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-I'm also preparing

-some pigs in blankets.

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-I use a quality sausage.

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-Pinch the middle of the sausages.

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-These split the sausages in two

-to make them smaller.

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-There's 90% of meat

-in these sausages.

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-Wrap them in some streaky bacon

-or pancetta.

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-I've got a cocktail stick and

-a bay leaf to wrap around it.

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-Rhodri from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What delights have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-There's a festive aroma

-in the kitchen.

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-Alys Williams from The Voice

-performs for us this evening.

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-Alys performs the song, Un Seren.

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-The track appears in

-the S4C festive trailer.

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-Heulwen Haf drops in for a chat.

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-Have you decorated

-your home for Christmas yet?

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-Elen Van Bodegom shares tips on

-decorating your home for Christmas.

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-You don't have to spend a fortune

-to decorate your home.

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-Daf Wyn reports from Welsh chapel,

-Capel Jewin in the City of London.

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-He is joined by Huw Edwards.

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-Join Elin Fflur and me for

-another jam-packed Heno at 7.00pm.

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-Place the sausage on a kebab stick

-and wrap it in the bacon.

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-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da, there's

-special gifts for avid gardeners.

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-There's another entry

-in our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-Cegin Bryn follows the news and

-weather on S4C and looks at carrots!

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Bydd Nerys Howell yn y gegin yn dangos sut mae coginio'r twrci. Nerys Howell prepares for Christmas by showing us how to cook the turkey and the Christmas Cracker competition continues.


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