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-Hello and welcome
-to Monday's Prynhawn Da.
-Did you have a nice weekend, Yvonne?
-I had a wonderful weekend in West
-Wales with sunshine and ice cream.
-I was travelling home
-from the Isle of Man.
-You can hear more about it
-on tonight's Heno.
-We've got Prynhawn Da for you first!
-It's the start of the important
-Mental Health Awareness Week on S4C.
-In a moment, Andrew Tamplin chats
-about his battle with depression.
-And all this is coming up.
-Elinor Wyn Reynolds browses
-through the weekend newspapers.
-Lisa Fearn rustles up garlic bread
-and some rhubarb meringues for us.
-The sun's shining and it's time for
-us to care for our skin in the sun.
-Marion Fenner has sun creams
-to suit all skin types.
-We visit Llanwrtyd Wells to see
-its newly-renovated visitors centre.
-There's plenty to enjoy between now
-and 3.00pm with Daf and me.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-It's Mental Health Awareness Week
-Each year in the UK...
-..one in every four of us
-suffer from mental health issues.
-joins us to discuss the matter.
-Thank you for joining us, Andrew.
-You currently help people who are
-suffering from mental health issues.
-First, tell us what happened to you
-a few years ago.
-I had a breakdown
-about 18 months ago.
-I wouldn't have been able
-to sit here 18 months ago.
-The breakdown was caused by
-..the pressures of work and
-I believed that I could do anything.
-I wanted to do more and more.
-There's only so much
-that a person can do.
-I wasn't listening
-to my mind or body.
-My mind and body
-had enough and caved in.
-I know the exact moment
-of the breakdown.
-It was a Sunday at 10.15am.
-I was in the shower at the time.
-It was quite terrifying.
-My whole body shut down.
-I couldn't speak to anyone.
-This is a massive thing.
-How long did it take you
-to work through it?
-Three years ago, if I'd been told
-that I would have a breakdown...
-..then I would have laughed!
-This breakdown changed my life.
-I'm still in the process
-A year later,
-I started to feel a bit better.
-Looking back, were there any signs?
-It's easy to look back and
-spot the signs of the breakdown.
-It could have started months
-or even years ago.
-There were some warning signs
-to the breakdown.
-Before the breakdown, I was
-very lethargic and always tired.
-Did you get any support
-in the workplace?
-That's a difficult question
-A lot of people
-don't understand this illness.
-I didn't understand it either.
-After the breakdown...
-..I'm on a course of medication
-and have been on talking therapy.
-The talking therapy is all about
-talking about your feelings...
-new strategies in life.
-A breakdown makes you lose
-so much confidence.
-Why should people speak out?
-It's very important
-to speak out about this.
-I do my best to speak out
-about it at all times.
-I decided that I had to turn
-this into something positive...
-..so I knew that
-I had to speak out about it.
-Some 66% of people in work claim to
-suffer from mental health problems.
-that you talk about it.
-The workplace needs
-to support that person.
-If the symptoms had been spotted,
-I might not have had my breakdown.
-You offer support yourself now.
-I go into workplaces
-to speak about mental health issues.
-People often mention stating
-that they've been stressed.
-It's their way of speaking out
-This week is very important.
-Thank you for highlighting
-Thank you for sharing
-your story with us, Andrew.
-We'll have more discussions about
-mental health throughout the week.
-After the break...
-..Elinor Wyn Reynolds reviews the
-headlines in the weekend newspapers.
-And Lisa Fearn shows us how
-to make some wild garlic bread.
-See you in a few minutes.
-Elinor Wyn Reynolds is here
-to review the weekend newspapers.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-The newspapers were dominated with
-the Presidential Election in France.
-Yes, that's right.
-Yesterday saw the election
-for the new French president.
-Emmanuel Macron is the new president
-defeated Marine Le Pen...
-..in the Presidential Elections
-Everyone thought it was impossible
-for him to win.
-Everything is possible!
-The number of voters
-was lower than expected.
-However, we have to remember that
-Donald Trump is now president...
-..and the Tories is also
-gaining power in this country.
-is neither left or right wing.
-This country is in difficulty.
-It's good news for
-the European Union...
-..that Macron is in power.
-Macron likes Britain.
-Banksy has created an image.
-It shows an artist
-scratching away a star.
-The General Election
-is being held on 8 June.
-Over the weekend, there was a lot
-of spreads in the papers...
-..that focused on the Tories
-and the Labour Party.
-A lot of people who
-were Labour supporters...
-..can't see Labour being in power...
-..so they have put
-their faith in Theresa May.
-It seems that England is going
-to be dominated by the Tories.
-The picture is different
-in Scotland and Wales.
-Wales and Scotland
-are quite different.
-Wales has Plaid Cymru.
-Jeremy Corbyn says that if we've
-got Donald Trump and Brexit...
-..then why can't Labour win?
-I've heard Corbyn speaking.
-I think he's a very sensible person.
-What are his reasons, Elinor?
-He's a man who knows that
-there's been a lot of changes.
-This is a very balanced personality.
-He's kept his pace
-and run his campaign.
-Let's turn our sights to dementia.
-Scientists have discovered
-the early signs of Alzheimer's.
-It means that they could get
-to grips with the condition...
-..before it goes too far.
-People seem to forget all those
-familiar things in their lives.
-Alzheimer's is thought to be
-..thanks to scientists
-being able to discover it early.
-Many people wear
-a forget-me-not flower...
-..as a sign that they have
-issues with their memory.
-You've also got a story about dogs.
-A digital company encourages people
-to bring their dogs to work.
-Joy is the dog in the photograph.
-Joy brings a lot of joy
-to her office!
-Thank you, Elinor.
-Thanks to everyone who entered
-our spring photography competition.
-Your entries were amazing!
-The photographer, Emyr Young, judged
-the competition on Heno last Friday.
-He put Sion Gittins's image of a
-robin with its worms in third place.
-Wynne Evans claimed the second spot
-with his landscape of Snowdonia.
-The winning photograph
-was by Siwan Elenid...
-..of a young lad
-in his Gareth Bale football jersey.
-Congratulations to Siwan
-on that lovely photograph.
-Emyr Young praised the photograph
-for its various layers.
-We can't wait to launch
-our summer photography competition.
-We've arrived in the kitchen.
-It's Real Bread Week and Lisa
-is aptly making some bread for us.
-How are you, Lisa?
-I'm great, thank you.
-I'm making a bread
-that is going to be fried.
-I wouldn't bring my dog
-into the studio...
-She would eat everything!
-Luna is quite energetic!
-This is a common recipe for bread.
-You need bread flour.
-It needs to be strong flour
-or bread flour.
-It's perfect for bread.
-You need about 600g of bread flour.
-Add a spoonful of yeast
-and the same of the salt.
-The salt can kill the yeast.
-You have to be cautious
-of the yeast and salt!
-Daf bakes bread at home.
-Yes, every night!
-Add 350ml of water.
-It needs to be at room temperature.
-It's been dormant in the tin...
-..so we need to revive our yeast!
-The dough has been kneaded
-in my machine.
-You can see that this dough
-We need to knead it.
-It's also a great workout!
-It's good for the bingo wings...
-..but don't eat too much for it!
-This should be kneaded
-for about eight minutes.
-Here's one dough
-that I've made earlier.
-It's like a bubble of air!
-It feels quite strange.
-We've also got some wild garlic.
-It's in season.
-You will find the wild garlic
-near the bluebells.
-The yeast is left to prove.
-Cut it into slices...
-..and fry it in the pan
-for a few minutes.
-What do you serve it with?
-It's served with some garlic butter.
-I've got some Welsh butter.
-Wild garlic is flowering
-at the moment.
-It's got white flowers.
-Blitz the wild garlic
-and fold it into the butter.
-You can also add a clove of garlic.
-This is spread over the bread.
-I've never fried bread.
-I've worked with Lisa before.
-I've seen her fry bread.
-Spread the butter over it.
-You can also blend the garlic
-into the dough.
-Next, we've got an appeal...
-..for the people of Llanarthne,
-Porthyrhyd and Capel Dewi.
-A calf went missing over the weekend
-from a field near Paxton's Tower.
-It's a brown and white longhorn calf
-that's only four weeks old.
-Call the number on the screen
-if you've spotted the calf.
-The farmer is eager to get the calf
-back to its mother.
-We've also got an event to announce.
-The Aeron branch of Merched y Wawr
-hosts an evening of plays...
-..at Llanarth Village Hall
-on Friday 12 May at 7.30pm.
-Tickets cost 4 on the door and all
-proceeds will go to local charities.
-There's still plenty come today,
-so join us after the break.
-Later, we travel to Llanwrtyd Wells
-and drop into the visitors centre.
-We're also back in the kitchen
-to sample Lisa's rhubarb meringues.
-It's also Sun Awareness Week.
-Marion Fenner is here to show us
-which cream suits our skin type.
-It's important that we read
-the label on the bottle.
-We're keeping away from you.
-We've been eating the garlic bread!
-We start with the stars on labels.
-They are very important.
-They show how effective
-the product is on your skin.
-It ranges from 1 to 5.
-Four or five stars are considered as
-a good standard of sun protection.
-Search for the lotion
-with five stars.
-There are ultraviolet rays from the
-sun that are harmful to our skin.
-We need protection from the sun's
-harmful UVB and UVA rays.
-UVA is anti-aging
-and UVB is anti-burn.
-There's a method to find out how
-often you should reapply sunscreen.
-This is a great way
-of working it out.
-Add 0 to factor 30 to make 300...
-..and divide it by 60
-to equate 5 hours of protection.
-There are 60 minutes in an hour.
-You can stay in the sun
-for five hours.
-I recommend that you reapply
-Nivea is a popular brand.
-It has a four-star rating.
-There's a lot of moisture in it.
-Cover your skin with one layer
-of this product.
-Apply again once it dries on the
-The sun also ages the skin
-and cause age spots.
-Wear sunglasses and a large hat
-to protect your skin.
-Eucerin is great
-and provides a thick covering.
-We also have sunscreen
-for someone who likes sports.
-That's perfect for me!
-When you sweat,
-you have to reapply the sun cream.
-We also have factor 50 sunscreen
-When they play in the water,
-you have to reapply...
-..as it will have been washed off.
-There is suncream
-that is also coloured.
-There's also the P20.
-It claims that you can sit
-in the sun all day.
-But I would keep on applying it.
-Cover your skin in it.
-We also have a product
-that is factor 15.
-This is suitable for olive skin.
-There's also the Hawaiian sun lotion
-that smells lovely.
-We also have some cream for children
-that have high factors.
-There's some pocket-sized creams
-Following a weekend of sunshine,
-you might fancy a little jaunt.
-If you're stuck for ideas,
-you can visit Llanwrtyd Wells.
-It's newly-renovated heritage
-and arts centre is two years old.
-The centre is going from strength
-to strength so we took a look at it.
-is the smallest town in Britain...
-..and the area's heritage
-and arts centre is at its heart.
-It hasn't always been a centre
-but was a chapel built in 1867.
-When we closed the chapel in 2009...
-..the trustees had to decide
-what would happen to the building.
-It could have been sold.
-We didn't want to sell it
-out of respect for our forefathers.
-The area is awash with history
-and boasts a rich heritage...
-..and we wanted to preserve
-it for the generations to come.
-It's a heritage centre...
-..but we wanted to retain as many of
-the original features as possible.
-We kept the pulpit.
-The hymns on the board were the ones
-we sang at the dissolution service.
-Both the pulpit
-and ceiling have been kept.
-The book shelves were made from
-the remaining pews in the chapel.
-The external walls
-hold the story of area...
-..from Reverend Theophilus Evans, to
-the arrival of various visitors...
-..and to when two schools came here
-during the war with the evacuees.
-One was from Bromsgrove and the
-There's the story of pony-trekking
-with the first centre of its kind.
-The area is now famous for
-the Man v Horse Marathon...
-..our bog snorkelling
-and many other festivals.
-As well as all the history that can
-be seen and heard at the centre...
-..the chapel house was also
-transformed into an art gallery.
-The buildings are run by the
-generosity of local volunteers.
-We're lucky as they are all people
-from the community and vary in age.
-Mrs Annabel Thomas is 95.
-She chats with visitors about
-the former years of Llanwrtyd Wells.
-We've got a lot of volunteers
-but always need more!
-Tony Thorpe has enjoyed many
-benefits since joining the centre.
-I'm a volunteer and enjoy meeting
-people from all over the country.
-I've lived here from 2004 to 2008.
-I didn't have many opportunities
-to speak Welsh...
-..but now chat to visitors from
-all over Wales with various accents.
-It means that I hear
-various Welsh dialects.
-To entertain the visitors, they need
-as much history as possible...
-..so always want your photographs
-and to hear your memories.
-We're grateful for anything of
-interest that people want to share.
-We receive artefacts here
-as soon as they are thrown away.
-We hope this centre can retain the
-artefacts for future generations.
-There's a delicious aroma
-in the kitchen with Lisa.
-It still smells of garlic here!
-My car stinks of garlic too!
-The pudding also comes from the
-It's the time
-to harvest your rhubarb.
-I've cooked some.
-These were picked from the garden
-To get the best out of your rhubarb,
-I would roast them.
-Roast them in some sugar.
-They cook quickly and you don't
-want them to turn into slop.
-We were talking
-about rhubarb leaves.
-They are poisonous.
-Remove the rhubarb
-from the garden appropriately.
-Remove the leaves
-as they can be poisonous.
-It's a vegetable
-but we refer to it as a fruit.
-I've got some pomegranate syrup
-which is grenadine.
-It's helps the rhubarb
-to retain its pink colour.
-Pour it over the rhubarb and
-pop it in the oven for ten minutes.
-Let's move to the meringues.
-Whip three egg whites.
-You want to form firm, stiff peaks!
-It looks firm, Lisa Fearn!
-Stir in some caster sugar slowly.
-It wants to dissolve into
-the egg whites.
-The mixture has a lovely sheen.
-It has kept its shape!
-Next, put it into a piping bag.
-Pipe it into a glass.
-You want to create a lovely shape
-with the piping bag.
-Create a L shape to create a curl.
-Their shape remains the same
-Bake in the oven for 45 minutes.
-It cooks on a low setting.
-You just want to warm the egg.
-Turn the oven off
-and allow them to cool in the oven.
-I've got some whipped cream
-and some roasted rhubarb.
-Mix the rhubarb into the cream.
-It's got a fresh taste.
-There's also sweetness
-from the fruit and the sugar.
-Rhubarb can have a sour taste.
-You can sample it now.
-This is perfect for a garden party.
-Mari Meringue from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-I've been called worse!
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-S4C is marking
-Mental Health Awareness Week.
-There's a rundown of the programmes
-linked with mental health...
-..that air on S4C this week.
-Tonight, the performer, Marc Skone,
-is in the studio...
-..to chat about his struggles
-with mental health and depression.
-We've got an interesting story
-from you, Daf.
-Come along to meet the finalists
-of the Celtic Media Festival.
-There's music from the young
-and talented singer, Mabli Tudur.
-We're joined in the studio
-by Ifan Morgan Jones.
-Ifan Morgan Jones is a journalist,
-an expert in digital media...
-..and he's also the author
-of a new novel.
-Huw Rees is preparing for the
-Biggest Pyjama Party in the World.
-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow
-with more about Mental Health Week.
-We chat with Dr Elin Jones,
-chairperson of the charity, Hafal.
-continues with her series on babies.
-a very good afternoon to you all.
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