Bydd Gareth yn y gegin yn coginio cacen pinata'r Pasg a Dr Noel Davies fydd gwestai'r dydd. Gareth will be cooking up an Easter pinata cake and the studio guest is scientist Dr ...
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-Hello and welcome to your
-first Prynhawn Da of a new week.
-The weekend saw glorious weather,
-the crowning of a new Miss Wales...
-..as well as a new winner
-of Cor Cymru.
-Daf was singing in one of the choirs
-but you didn't win.
-No, the Carmarthenshire Secondary
-Schools Girls Choir took the title.
-It's a miracle I'm here!
-We're glad to have you here.
-Gareth rustles up an Easter pinata
-and a Prynhawn Da pudding!
-Reverend Doctor Noel Davies
-chats about his scientific research.
-Marion has tips on the
-best facewashes for your skin.
-Are you looking for somewhere
-to take the children over Easter?
-We see what the Blaenavon World
-Heritage Centre has to offer.
-Join Daf and me for all this
-on today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-by looking at the stories...
-..that hit the headlines
-over the weekend.
-welcome to the programme.
-The events in Stockholm
-are still hitting the headlines.
-It still fills the newspapers.
-There's an election in Sweden
-It will have an affect on it.
-were killed in the attack.
-Moments before the attack,
-school children sold flowers nearby.
-The death toll
-could have been greater.
-Critics claim that Sweden
-is importing Islamist extremism.
-We've always thought of Sweden
-as a place that's open...
-..and a great place to live.
-..163,000 refugees were
-still allowed into the country.
-Next year's election
-will be a wake-up call for many.
-This is going to make the headlines
-President Trumps was on everyone's
-lips following Friday's events.
-The Stockholm killings come to two
-months after Trump was ridicules...
-..for referring to a non-existent
-terror attack in Sweden.
-Stockholm's events resonate what has
-happened in Berlin, Nice and London.
-I was In Berlin before the attacks.
-I was also in Brussels.
-Driving a vehicle
-into a group of people...
-..is impossible to prevent.
-These people are extremists.
-They don't belong to a religion.
-They walk around
-with bombs on their backs.
-It's hoped that this won't change
-the lives of the people.
-Our next story deals
-with social media.
-Research has been carried out
-at Sheffield University.
-They suggest that Facebook
-should carry a health warning.
-A study found children who spend
-more time on social media sites...
-..feel less happy in almost
-all aspects of their lives.
-It has an impact on family life,
-school work and also friendships.
-Some 90% of 16-24 year olds
-use social media.
-Some 75% of 10-12 year olds have
-so-called social media accounts.
-We have to question the parents.
-They are also on the mobile phones.
-These figures are alarming.
-Ofcom found that more than half of
-children ages three and four...
-..are able to use a tablet, while
-one in seven have their own device.
-The amount of time spent online
-by 8-11 years old has doubled.
-Teenagers spend three and a half
-hours more on social media sites...
-..than watching television.
-People no longer socialize
-as a result.
-Many people criticize if you don't
-get many likes on Facebook.
-Our final story
-is closer to home in Newport.
-It's a heart-warming tale
-of a community uniting...
-..to help repair a couple's home.
-Janette is from Newport.
-She lives on a council estate.
-Her neighbour's home
-was falling into ruins.
-The council wouldn't take action.
-She rallied the community
-to help repair the home.
-Have you heard of a pinata?
-I had no idea but it's on the menu
-with Gareth after the break.
-We also chat with
-the Reverend Doctor Noel Davies.
-We're starting our preparations for
-Easter in the kitchen with Gareth.
-What have you got for us, Gareth?
-The first dish
-is for an Easter pinata.
-I learnt about a pianta
-Daf had to tell me.
-What is a pinata, Gareth?
-A pinata cake
-has something hidden in the middle.
-These cakes are very popular.
-There are eggs hidden inside
-It's a huge cake!
-You need three baking tins.
-They have been greased
-and lined with greaseproof paper...
-some flour in there too...
-..as it helps to get the cake out.
-They are all eight inches each.
-I've got some margarine
-that's at room temperature.
-You need 375g of flour,
-butter and sugar.
-Mix it all together.
-I'm using the mixer.
-This helps to add air
-to the mixture...
-..because I didn't sieve the flour.
-This becomes a paler shade.
-A lot of Easter cakes
-have almond flavouring...
-..but I'm using cocoa powder!
-Add a touch of water to the cocoa...
-..as it makes it easier to mix.
-Give it another mix.
-Here we go!
-Whisk until it all comes together.
-Separate the mixture
-into the three tins.
-Have you got one
-that you've already made?
-Have you got one
-that you've already made?
-Yes, here's some I made earlier.
-You need to remove
-the middle of each cake.
-You can use a 3cm-cutter...
-..or even a baked beans tin!
-Spread some chocolate buttercream...
-..between each layer of the cake.
-Layer this up.
-There's more buttercream.
-It's full of calories!
-I love cakes.
-Before we close the lid...
-..we add our eggs.
-This makes it the pinata.
-The lid goes on top.
-This is covered by more buttercream.
-Those chocolate eggs
-are a favourite among children.
-Make a hole in the front too.
-It will make a little hole
-for your lambs.
-Here's one I made earlier.
-I'm going to make a rabbit
-to go into the hole.
-We need to make the feet.
-No rabbit is complete
-without its tail.
-It's looking for the eggs
-in the trunk.
-Spray the trunk with gold.
-You have to destroy it.
-Show us what's inside.
-Let's cut it.
-Can you see that?
-Gareth returns later with
-another Easter egg-stravaganza!
-We're always delighted to hear
-from the viewers of Prynhawn Da.
-Contact us with your questions
-for our chefs or any of our experts.
-You can also get in touch with us
-to promote one of your events.
-Call us on 01554 880 880
-or email [email protected]
-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-We look forward to hearing from you.
-Today's guest is best known as a
-minister for the Independent church.
-However, he's also
-a renowned scientist.
-Reverend Doctor Noel Davies,
-welcome to the programme.
-Tell us more about yourself.
-I'm the son of a minister.
-I was born in Dowlais.
-We moved around Wales.
-I studied science in Bangor...
-..but decided to put it
-to one side...
-..and moved into the ministry.
-I worked in Glanamman.
-I also worked
-in Clydach and Swansea.
-During the time, I also taught
-students in Carmarthen and Cardiff.
-Where did the interest in science
-I'd always planned to be a doctor.
-That didn't happen!
-I remember being told about science.
-I didn't know what it meant.
-I spoke to someone before I moved
-into the world of theology...
-..and was told that I should learn
-You have retired
-and returned to science.
-I studied for a degree in science
-after I retired.
-I did this in the Open University.
-It meant that I didn't have
-to sit an exam.
-I'm doing research about stem cells.
-The body is full of cells...
-..that help to repair
-the parts of the body.
-They can be found all over the body.
-I concentrate on the body.
-The heart is damamged
-when you have a cardiac arrest...
-..but the cells in the heart
-are not ideal for this.
-I'm looking at these cells.
-My research is only a small part
-of the whole process.
-I work on the cells
-from the heart of cattle.
-I want to look to see whether
-this can be transferred...
-..to the human condition.
-I've been working on a book
-about science and Christianity...
-..that is set to be published
-in June of this year.
-The book is written in collaboration
-with Dr Hefin Jones...
-..from Cardiff University.
-I think Christianity feeds science
-and vice versa.
-claim that science...
-..clouds the judgement
-There's still plenty to come today
-including beauty advice from Marion.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-In a moment, we visit the
-Blaenavon World Heritage Centre...
-..to see what it has to offer
-Gareth returns to rustle up
-his Prynhawn Da Easter pudding.
-It's an age-old argument...
-..as to whether to use soap, wipes
-or cleansers when washing your face.
-It's important to use
-the best product to suit your skin.
-Marion joins us with her advice.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Marion is full of cold.
-She has water on standby!
-Washing your face with hot water
-can damage your skin.
-The idea of doing this has changed.
-The water is too warm on your face.
-It's fine for your body.
-Capillaries get damaged.
-It can harm your skin.
-You also wash your hair
-Conditioner can dry out your skin.
-Wash your face in lukewarm water.
-This water is in a bottle.
-Many believe you should wash
-your face with bottled water.
-Many people do this
-in areas with hard water.
-It can prove expensive.
-You won't get a lot of washes out
-of one bottle.
-This is miscellar water.
-It removes dirt and make-up.
-You can apply it with cotton wool.
-There's no perfume or
-hypo-allergetic in the Clinique item
-It removes all impurities.
-It can last for many months.
-We move on to the Estee Lauder
-It contains camomile and lavendar.
-Apply before bedtime.
-It starts as a balm
-and turns into a liquid.
-You only need this to use
-on your skin.
-It makes your skin feel wonderful.
-We have Botanics
-and No 7 cleansers.
-In No 7, there's rosehip.
-Clarisage is in the Botanics
-You can use this on sensitive skin.
-The Liz Earle product
-comes with muslin.
-It opens your pores.
-You can also use it to close pores.
-in this Neutrogena cleanser.
-There's lavendar in this to help
-You can use them on their own.
-It's the first day
-of the Easter holidays.
-How about visiting the
-Blaenavon World Heritage Centre?
-We sent our cameras to see
-what the site has to offer.
-In 1886, St Peter's School was built
-in Blaenavon by Sarah Hopkins...
-..in memory of her brother, Samuel
-who owned the Blaenavon Ironworks.
-Today, the site is home to the
-Blaenavon World Heritage Centre.
-The heritage centre commemorates
-those who changed the landscape.
-Its remains can still be seen...
-..with the old tramlines,
-the canal, the quarries and mines.
-There's an area where they extracted
-the iron from the land.
-These remains are still here.
-The centre has the story
-of this area.
-Prior to the Industrial Revolution,
-some 200 years ago...
-..this area was full of farms and
-everyone spoke Welsh not English.
-The arrival of Hopkins and Hill,
-who built the ironworks...
-..marked the start
-of the area's transformation.
-All this information
-is found within the centre.
-It's also home to a library,
-an upstairs gallery full of art...
-..and more importantly,
-a superb cafe!
-The centre isn't the only
-interesting place in the area.
-There's The Big Pit,
-a museum in the Workmen's Hall...
-..St Peter's Church that
-is part of the heritage centre...
-..and the glorious views
-of the local landscape.
-It's a beautiful place
-for people to visit.
-It's great for adults, Welsh
-learners, families and young people.
-We're a close-knit community,
-like many places in the Valleys.
-Many people don't necessarily
-support the local sites...
-..so a number of places
-rely on tourism...
-..but we have a great network
-and there's so much to do here.
-Just like any town,
-village or valley...
-..there's at least one interesting
-tale found in the history books.
-Lewis Browning wrote a book
-about the local history.
-He claimed that Llywelyn,
-the Prince of Wales...
-..fought the English on the hills
-near Blaenavon and Brynmawr...
-..and fled to the Clydach Vale
-where he hid in a cave.
-I don't know if that's true but
-that's what Lewis Browning claimed!
-People don't realize that we have
-a place like this in Torfaen.
-I'd encourage anyone to visit
-this site and The Big Pit too.
-Blaenavon and the Heads of
-the Valleys are very important.
-The tracks started here
-and opened up our industry...
-..in terms of America,
-Europe and Russia.
-This place changed the world
-and everyone should come here.
-Rhodri from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-What delights have you got
-for us tonight?
-Join Mari and me for tonight's
-hour-long Heno at 7.00pm.
-Huw Rees was in Newport
-over the weekend.
-Ian H Watkins chats about returning
-to the charts with the band, Steps.
-I remember them.
-They have a new album and video.
-H has learnt Welsh.
-It was great to chat with him.
-We've got a special music video
-from the folk band, Calan.
-We chat with members
-of the popular folk band, Calan.
-We've got an incredible
-Easter competition for you.
-some glorious spring weather.
-It's ideal to take some snaps and
-enter our photography competition.
-You've got nothing to lose
-and these are the details.
-Nature springs to life,
-the days are getting longer...
-..the flowers are in bloom,
-leaves fill the trees...
-..and the lambing season
-is in full swing!
-Take a long walk with the family or
-enjoy a relaxed afternoon in a park.
-There's ample photo opportunities
-for you to enter our competition.
-The winner gets an iPad
-or a television.
-You have until midday on 5 May
-You can post your photographs to...
-..Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to
-You can also contact us
-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Search for PrynhawnDaS4C
-and good luck.
-We close today's programme
-in the kitchen with Gareth.
-There's some lovely items
-on our worktop.
-Look inside the cake.
-You can make a mini pinata...
-..from the centre that you took
-out of the main cake.
-What's next on the menu, Gareth?
-The next dish
-is a Prynhawn Da pudding.
-I've left the best to last.
-First, we want to make the meringue.
-Whisk six egg whites...
-..and add 200g of caster sugar.
-Stick the greaseproof paper
-to the tin with some meringue.
-You want to create
-the base of our pudding.
-One chicken can produce
-280 eggs a year!
-It all depends on their mood
-We're all like that!
-Spread the meringue out
-into a circular shape.
-Pavlova is a favourite of mine.
-I've got a very sweet tooth.
-Next, I'm going to make 11 nests.
-These will represent
-There's a lot of things
-that represent Easter.
-One of them is the simnel cake.
-could help you with this.
-Are you counting?
-How many have I got?
-Fill the middle
-with more of the meringue.
-This goes into the oven
-at 80 degrees Celsius...
-..for four hours.
-It's left to dry
-in the oven overnight.
-Here's one I made earlier.
-It's like an Easter bonnet.
-Next, you five tablespoons
-..with some sugar,
-half a pint of water...
-..and about 30g of butter.
-This is left to thicken
-and reduce a little.
-Add five eggs yolks.
-You also need the juice
-of two lemons and some zest...
-..after this has thickened.
-It's like lemon curd.
-It's a similar process.
-..so we've got a pint of cream.
-The lemon curd goes into the cream.
-This is a great recipe for Easter.
-The children can help you with this.
-The case could be prepared
-..and stored in
-a dry box for three days...
-..before you're ready
-to decorate it.
-Spoon this into the middle.
-We've also got to fill our nests.
-Fill each nest with some lemon curd.
-Every person has a little nest.
-We stick to the yellow colours
-..and we've got some mango.
-That's one of our five-a-day!
-There's also some pineapple.
-It's a great centrepiece.
-We also add some chocolate eggs
-to each nest.
-That's a masterpiece!
-I've spoilt you.
-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.
-Lowri Steffan has tips
-on decorating our homes for Easter.
-Lowri Cooke tells us what to watch
-in the cinemas over the holidays.
-The new series of Cegin Bryn
-follows the news and weather on S4C.
-a very good afternoon to you all.
Bydd Gareth yn y gegin yn coginio cacen pinata'r Pasg a Dr Noel Davies fydd gwestai'r dydd. Gareth will be cooking up an Easter pinata cake and the studio guest is scientist Dr Noel Davies.