Mon, 08 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 08 Feb 2016

Bydd Nerys Howell yn coginio a Ciron Gruffudd yn pori trwy bapurau'r penwythnos. Bydd y panel harddwch yn profi minlliw. Nerys Howell cooks up more delights and we put lipsticks...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Storm Imogen has swept into Wales

-with strong winds and heavy rain.

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-We've got footage of

-high tides in Nefyn.

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-It's perfect for brave surfers.

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-Stay tuned to Yvonne and myself

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-Steff has joined us with

-an update of the weather.

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-Thanks for sending us

-your photos of the extreme weather.

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-This is photo of the promenade

-in Aberystwyth which is now closed.

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-We also have some footage of huge

-waves on the front in Aberystwyth.

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-Next, we have an image

-from Porthcawl.

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-There's also a photo from Aberaeron.

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-The shops and restaurants

-have been affected by the weather.

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-Another low pressure

-has affected Wales.

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-What's the latest on Storm Imogen?

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-This is another storm

-that has been named.

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-The wind will start to ease

-later on today.

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-The south has suffered

-more than the north.

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-Be careful if you're out

-and about today.

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-Stand away from the shore.

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-There have been problems on the M4.

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-The wind has affected

-travellers too.

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-Parts of the M4 have been affected

-by the strong wind.

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-Check up on Traffic Wales.

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-You can more details about floods

-from the Floodline.

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-Will the weather improve tomorrow?

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-The wind will ease later

-and become more stable tomorrow.

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-There's a yellow warning

-for most parts of the south.

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-The waves have reached 20 metres

-as well.

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-Stay tuned to the forecast updates.

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-Thank you.

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

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-Elen Roberts reviews the newspapers

-including the weekend rugby.

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-It's the Chinese New Year

-and also the year of the monkey.

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-Daf, our little monkey,

-makes a few furry friends.

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-Nerys gets her chopsticks ready

-to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

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-Wil Morgan discusses Heart Month

-and his recovery after treatment.

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-Many of us are lipstick lovers

-so we put lipsticks to the test.

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-Stay with us

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Elena Roberts is here to review

-some stories in the newspapers.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-We start with the weekend rugby.

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-Nobody expected

-the result to be a draw.

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-I did a sweepstake at work.

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-I thought Wales would win

-by 24 points.

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-I was so wrong!

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-We are used to watching the games

-on Saturday.

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-It enjoyed watching it

-on a Sunday afternoon.

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-Are you an emotional supporter?

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-I get quite nervous

-when I watch a match.

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-You get caught up in the emotion.

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-You are a referee, Owain.

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-How do you watch the game?

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-I'm a fan when I watch a game.

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-I'm not as judgemental.

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-It was a close game.

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-Ireland played brilliantly

-for the first 30 minutes.

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-There were two great teams

-on the pitch.

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-How did Warren Gatland

-react to the game?

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-Warren Gatland claims that he

-is disappointed with the score.

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-Jamie Roberts didn't

-get man of the match.

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-A lot of social media sites were

-talking about this last night.

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-Jamie Roberts did very well.

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-Everyone was talking about

-his presence on the pitch.

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-We also have to consider

-Warburton too.

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-Dan Biggar also left

-the pitch early.

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-If I was related to them and was

-watching them at home...

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-..I would be on pins!

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-What is the latest with

-Dan Biggar's injury?

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-Rhys Priestland came onto the pitch

-and proved his worth.

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-Rhys kicked well.

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-The next match is at

-the Principality Stadium.

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-There are concerns over whether we

-should sing Delilah at the stadium.

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-Tell us about this businessman

-who sells bottled Welsh air.

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-There's a man from North Wales who

-is bottling air from the area...

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-..and selling it abroad.

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-He's sold hundreds of the bottles.

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-He's also made his money.

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-He's selling them

-to rich people in China...

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-..where the air is polluted.

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-I'll have to do the same

-when I pop home!

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-It's the Chinese New Year

-and also the year of the monkey.

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-We delve into our archive to revisit

-the monkey sanctuary near Abercrave.

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-The weather is rough there today...

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-..but three years ago,

-it was covered in a blanket of snow.

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-Today, I'm visiting Powys

-near the Brecon Beacons.

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-The entire area is covered in

-a blanket of white, crisp snow.

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-I've come to admire the snow

-and also meet these cute animals.

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-Yes, this is

-a sculpture of a monkey.

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-Abercrave near Ystradgynlais is home

-to a special monkey sanctuary.

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-How did they come to live near

-the Brecon Beacons in rural Wales?

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-Abercrave is home to a sanctuary

-for chimpanzees and monkeys.

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-It was originally a sanctuary for

-unique or endangered farm animals.

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-They started to look after

-all sorts of animals and breed them.

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-About 15 years ago, the opportunity

-arose to save for two chimpanzees...

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-..then it was seven chimpanzees

-from the zoo at Penscynor in Neath.

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-The passion for these monkeys

-and chimpanzees stemmed from here.

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-We currently house between

-50 and 100 different animals.

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-This doesn't include farm animals.

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-The place has also

-grown significantly.

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-It's great to see that it provides a

-home for monkeys from across Europe.

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-The snow is the main reason

-for my visit today.

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-The monkeys' natural habitats

-are thousands of miles away...

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-..and aren't familiar

-with this cold weather.

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-Huw and I went to see

-how the chimpanzees were coping.

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-They don't come from countries

-that are as cold as this.

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-They've come from zoos

-from across Europe...

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-..and have either been neglected

-or there isn't room in the zoos.

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-Some of the chimps have been saved

-and are acclimatizing to this place.

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-One of the monkeys

-covers herself in a blanket.

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-She comes from an ordinary home and

-is trying to cope with the weather.

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-However, they do come from countries

-where the climate is hot and cold...

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-..so they're adapting well to

-the current conditions at Abercrave.

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-They get a new lease of life here

-and receive professional care.

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-One of the sanctuary's

-staff members is Nicola Pollard.

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-She's battled the winter elements to

-ensure the chimps are safe and warm.

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-They're doing fine -

-better than the staff are coping!

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-They've got heated day rooms so they

-can either stay in or come outside.

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-They've been enjoying

-cups of teas and jacket potatoes.

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-They're getting a bit spoilt.

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-We must consider the other animals

-who have to endure this cold snap.

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-They include horses and foxes.

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-I also had the pleasure of meeting

-more of the sanctuary's residents.

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-Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to

-step into the chimpanzee cages...

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-..but I've been joined by some

-of the sanctuary's nine lemurs.

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-Despite the cold weather, every day

-life continues on this exotic farm.

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-Visitor also continue to come here

-in their droves.

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-It's a chance to get up close

-to these breeds of animals.

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-It'd be great to see more

-people coming here...

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-..and visiting the many

-chimpanzees and monkeys.

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-It's great to see the monkeys again.

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-After the break...

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-..we join Nerys in the kitchen

-to sample some Chinese cuisine.

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-Welcome back.

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-Over the weekend, many people

-celebrated the Chinese New Year.

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-It's also our inspiration

-in the kitchen this afternoon.

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-Nerys is at the helm.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What's are you preparing for us?

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-A pork and pepper chow mein

-is on the menu.

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-This is a traditional dish.

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-We have a lot of ingredients...

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-..but this is a quick dish

-to prepare.

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-We start with the some noodles.

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-Place them in water, drain them

-and leave them for four minutes.

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-You can purchase ready made noodles.

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-You will only need

-to put these in the wok.

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-Next, we'll move on to the pork.

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-I had a tenderloin piece of pork.

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-Cut into pieces.

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-This piece will be enough

-for four people.

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-There are a lot of healthy

-ingredients in this meal.

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-Your daughter plays for

-the Wales Women's rugby team.

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-Yes, I spoke to my daughter.

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-Unfortunately, they lost.

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-They have a lot of lessons to learn.

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-They look forward to the game

-against Scotland on Sunday.

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-They'll be playing

-in the Gnoll in Neath.

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-They hope to have a lot

-of support on Sunday.

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-I'm making a marinade with

-two tablespoons of soy sauce...

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-..two tablespoons of rice wine,

-one tablespoon of sesame oil...

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-..and half a teaspoon of pepper.

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-The pork won't need

-a long time to cook.

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-Next, I have a red and green pepper.

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-Chinese food is very popular.

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-You can use any meat you want.

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-It is also quick to make.

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-Add some mangetout.

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-You want the vegetables to be crisp.

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-Mix together and fry

-for a few minutes.

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-I have a variety

-of other ingredients.

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-I have four spring onions.

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-I'm going to add the pork now.

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-There's less than a minute left!

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-This is just what you want

-after working all day.

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-The beansprouts

-will give an extra crunch.

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-The beansprouts

-will add an extra crunch.

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-Finally, I'm going to add noodles

-and two tablespoons of soy sauce.

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-This is the dark soy sauce.

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-I used the light soy sauce

-for the marinade.

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-Mix together and make sure

-the ingredients are cooked.

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-I'm going to add half a teaspoon

-of sugar.

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-This will balance out the flavours.

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-I haven't mastered using chopsticks!

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-I hope you have time to try it.

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-You have to learn.

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-I've brought some chopsticks.

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-Thanks to those who have sent photos

-for our photography competition.

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-If you want to enter,

-here are the details.

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-Winter is upon us and it's the theme

-of our new photography competition.

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-The days might be shorter

-and the weather is bleak...

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-..but get out with your camera

-to take photographs of your winter.

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-The winner gets an iPad

-or television.

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-Entries should reach us

-by midday on 29 February.

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-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Email them to

-[email protected]

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-You can also contact us via

-Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's Heart Month

-and according to statistics...

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-..7 million Britons live

-with heart conditions.

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-It's a disease that kills

-a majority of us in Wales.

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-Thankfully, there are pioneering

-treatments available today.

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-Our next guest, Wil Morgan

-discusses his recent experience...

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-..and the treatment

-he underwent in August.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm pleased to be here.

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-Tell us what happened to you

-over six months ago.

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-Six months ago, I thought

-I was a fit and healthy person.

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-I used to go to the gym

-three times a week.

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-However,

-before having a heart attack...

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-..I realized that I felt

-a pulling sensation in my chest...

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-..whilst visiting

-a friend in hospital.

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-What did you think it was?

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-It happened when I was walking up

-the stairs.

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-I realized that I couldn't walk

-as quick as my friends...

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-..when we went out trekking.

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-The following day, I had the

-same pains for over ten minutes.

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-My daughter came and realized

-that there was something wrong.

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-She phoned 999.

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-I could never have phoned 999.

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-People suffer differently.

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-Nobody knew what was wrong with me.

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-The advantage of living in Cardiff

-meant that the paramedic...

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-..was there very quickly.

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-The specialist told me

-that I'd had a heart attack.

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-I had an angiogram...

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-..and that one of the valves

-had closed by 90%.

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-I had two bypasses.

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-As men, we have a mammory artery.

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-They can use that

-and connect it to another artery.

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-They pass the blockage.

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-They take a part of the leg...

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-..and place it within the chest.

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-It has worked and helped me.

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-How has the process been

-after the treatment?

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-The hospital

-gave me a course in a gym.

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-They help you to work hard

-and see what your limits are.

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-The blood wasn't pumping

-around my body correctly.

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-This meant I had a difficulty

-in breathing.

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-I can't return to my usual gym...

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-..but I go to a gym...

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-..where I can complete my courses.

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-I'm also a member of

-a Nordic trekking club.

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-I try and walk for an hour a day.

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-Thank you, Wil.

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-We're joined in our beauty corner

-by Rita, Patricia and Nadine.

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-They're sharing their opinions

-on red lipsticks.

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-We've got some various

-seasonal colours here.

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-What did you test, Nadine?

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-I tried the Maybelline Superstay

-lipstick which costs 6.99.

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-This is a pinky colour.

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-I would never usually

-wear a pink lipstick.

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-I was unsure about the colour

-at first...

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-..but I've been wearing this

-all morning and I really like it.

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-I needed time

-to adapt to the colour.

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-Rita has tried

-the lipstick in the middle.

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-I had a shock with the lipstick.

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-It was very red and I didn't

-think it would suit me.

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-It's almost Valentine's Day!

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-My husband wouldn't notice

-the difference in my lipstick.

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-This is very tidy.

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-I'm wearing the Rimmel Lasting

-Finish lipstick costs 4.99.

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-I haven't used this brand

-in the past.

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-I've seen it in stores,

-but I've never purchased any.

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-What brand did you test, Patricia?

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-I tried the 8.99

-Max Factor Lipfinity lipstick.

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-Lipstick is the first thing

-I put on in the morning.

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-I would also take it

-if I was deserted on an island.

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-I put the lipstick on at 8.30am...

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-..but there isn't much left.

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-This lipstick wasn't cheap and

-I'm dissapointed in the product.

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-Patricia's was the

-most expensive out of them.

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-We've seen a photo of you wearing

-the lipstick from this morning.

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-You can see that the lipstick

-has removed.

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-How long does your lipstick last,

-Nadine?

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-My lipstick was meant

-to last 14 hours.

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-It has started to come off

-already after six hours.

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-However, I

-think this has lasted the longest.

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-It was worth the money at 6.99.

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-However, I can feel that the

-lipstick has started to feel dry.

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-I want to put a balm over it.

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-How long did your lipstick last,

-Rita?

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-I think my lipstick was meant

-to stay on for eight hours.

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-I was given this product on

-Thursday and I wore it Friday.

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-I wore it for chapel on Sunday

-and it lasted past 2.30pm.

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-I'm not happy with this product.

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-After the break...

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-..we return to the kitchen for

-recipes ideas for Shrove Tuesday.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we've got crepes

-or pancakes on the menu.

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-It's Shrove Tuesday tomorrow.

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-People call pancakes

-in different ways in Welsh.

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-I'm making buttermilk pancakes.

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-They all taste the same!

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-I've got 175 grams of raising flour

-and some bicarbonate of soda.

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-Add a pinch of salt.

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-This is the dry ingredients.

0:36:500:36:52

-The first recipe I ever learnt was

-to make pancakes.

0:36:520:37:02

-The recipe is the same as that

-for Yorkshire puddings.

0:37:180:37:26

-Yes, the recipe is similar to making

-Yorkshire puddings.

0:37:270:37:31

-I'm using buttermilk and

-just plain milk.

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-Use 200 ml of buttermilk

-and 100 ml of milk.

0:37:390:37:46

-Buttermilk makes the pancakes

-lighter.

0:37:460:37:53

-Add some vanilla essence too.

0:37:530:37:56

-You can pick up these ingredients

-on the way home tonight!

0:37:560:38:05

-Don't worry about any lumps.

0:38:050:38:11

-Don't over-work the batter.

0:38:110:38:21

-The gluten in the flour can make

-the pancakes quite tough.

0:38:250:38:35

-I also use a machine

-for the egg whites.

0:38:390:38:48

-It makes the egg white a lot

-lighter.

0:38:480:38:58

-Don't over-mix the egg white.

0:39:040:39:14

-Add a spoonful of the egg white into

-the batter.

0:39:200:39:28

-Gradually add the ingredients.

0:39:290:39:39

-We want to retain the air

-in the batter.

0:39:400:39:50

-We heat up the frying pan.

0:39:500:39:56

-French pancakes are called a crepe.

0:39:560:40:01

-They are quite large.

0:40:010:40:09

-These are small, thick pancakes.

0:40:090:40:13

-We need more heat in the pan.

0:40:130:40:21

-It's time to find out

-what's on tonight's Heno.

0:40:210:40:24

-Rhodri has joined us in the studio.

0:40:240:40:27

-Join Angharad and I for tonight's

-Heno between 7.00pm and 8.00pm.

0:40:270:40:31

-The Gwaith/Cartref actor, Gareth

-Jewell will be our studio guest.

0:40:310:40:36

-We'll have a competition where

-you could win tickets...

0:40:360:40:40

-..to the Wales v Scotland game

-in Cardiff on Saturday.

0:40:400:40:45

-Tonight, we celebrate

-Chinese New Year.

0:40:450:40:48

-Elin follows pupils of

-Ysgol Pont y Gof school, Botwnnog...

0:40:480:40:51

-..as they learn about Chinese

-traditions and culture.

0:40:510:40:54

-Join Angharad and I for tonight's

-Heno between 7.00pm and 8.00pm.

0:40:550:41:00

-The pancakes are cooking away.

0:41:010:41:11

-Here are some pancakes with maple

-syrup and blueberries.

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-There's spirellina in these

-pancakes.

0:41:290:41:32

-There's a Chinese link with these.

-They are very healthy for you.

0:41:320:41:37

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:370:41:39

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Bydd Nerys Howell yn coginio a Ciron Gruffudd yn pori trwy bapurau'r penwythnos. Bydd y panel harddwch yn profi minlliw. Nerys Howell cooks up more delights and we put lipsticks to the test.


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