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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-at the start of another week.
-Congratulations to the Welshman,
-..for getting through the next round
-of live shows in The X Factor.
-He performed A Different Corner
-by George Michael...
-..and brought Sharon Osbourne
-The viewers voted his performance
-as one of the best of the weekend.
-He's also reached the top ten with
-that song so congratulations to him.
-In a moment, Andrew Tamplin reviews
-some of the headlines in the papers.
-Our festive countdown continues
-with Elwen preparing some canapes.
-Oxfam needs volunteers so we meet
-Deio Gruffydd from the charity...
-..and Bethan Harvard who has
-volunteered for over ten years.
-Emma also discusses make-up
-for sensitive skin.
-Steff learns more about
-the STEM project in our schools.
-That's a taster of the next
-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.
-First, Andrew Tamplin casts his eye
-over the stories in the newspapers.
-Welcome to the programme.
-We start with the Western Mail.
-There were scenes of massive queues
-outside the Principality Stadium...
-..for Saturday's rugby clash
-between Wales and Australia.
-Wales lost the match on Saturday.
-Fans queued for a long time
-outside the Principality Stadium.
-I was in the queue!
-I was at Gate One and Two.
-Thousands of fans missed the anthem,
-kick-off and start of the match...
-..because of the queues to get
-into the Principality Stadium.
-It was a major problem.
-Do we know what caused this?
-Some fans described the queues
-as an utter shambles.
-Some claim they felt more at risk
-standing outside the stadium.
-Fans had been warned that
-every supporter would be searched...
-..and to allow plenty of time
-to enter the stadium.
-You didn't know what was going on.
-You were scanned before you
-Half of the stadium was empty.
-Tickets are so expensive
-these days too.
-This can be off-putting
-for some people.
-People are asking
-for compensation now.
-They should have announced
-..that fans should arrive early.
-Let's turn our attention
-to The Daily Mail.
-It seems work and money worries
-are causing a stress epidemic.
-The UK is deemed as one of the
-most stressed nations in Europe.
-A new study has been carried out.
-The survey involved 4,000 people.
-Four out of five people say they
-feel pressure during a typical week.
-We live in a culture
-where work life consumes us.
-Mobile phones are great things
-but we spend too much time on them.
-Many companies expect their staff
-to be available at all times.
-It's hard to switch off
-from work ties.
-Men are more likely
-to be stressed about work.
-Yesterday was Remembrance Sunday.
-The Queen observed
-the Remembrance Sunday ceremony...
-..from the balcony
-for the first time yesterday.
-laid the wreath at Whitehall.
-It is the first time the Monarch
-has broken with tradition...
-..and not performed the symbolic
-duty when at the Whitehall service.
-It's a historical period for the
-Monarch as there are many changes.
-The Queen is now 91 years old.
-She has served her country
-She deserves to take
-a step back from her duties.
-Our final article
-is from The Daily Mail.
-I've also had this problem!
-Amazon has been slammed of using
-45 feet of paper packaging.
-I recall getting a pack of batteries
-wrapped in lots of wrapping.
-Customers have received huge boxes
-stuffed with protective material.
-It's surprising how much paper and
-cardboard the retail giant uses.
-The message for Amazon
-is to use less packaging!
-After the break, Elwen prepares
-some festive canapes in the kitchen.
-We're also joined by Deio Gruffydd
-from the charity, Oxfam...
-..and Bethan Harvard who has been
-a volunteer for over ten years.
-You may not want to hear this for
-fear of breaking out in a rash...
-..but it's only six weeks
-or 42 days until Christmas!
-Many diaries are filling up
-with Christmas parties.
-We're in the kitchen with Elwen.
-We prepare for the party season
-with party food ideas or nibbles.
-Beef goujons with quinoa
-are on the menu.
-These are easy and practical ideas.
-I've got some chips and steak.
-It's an old favourite.
-I've cut the steak into stripes.
-I've wrapped the steak strips
-around some chips.
-Serve it with some creme fraiche.
-Owain has pinched a few chips!
-The steak is served quite rare too.
-You can also use some thin ham
-instead of beef steak.
-We move on to another steak
-to make some goujons.
-I'm serving it with quinoa.
-The quinoa is raw here.
-It's dry when it's raw.
-You have to soak it in water.
-It fluffs up then.
-Place it in the oven for 20 minutes
-for it to turn golden.
-I've also got an egg
-and mix some black pepper with it.
-Use some rosemary
-and cayenne pepper too.
-Mix the quinoa with some flour.
-Quinoa is packed with protein
-and is considered a superfood.
-Next, place the steak
-in some flour then the egg.
-You can use several pieces of steak.
-Place on the baking tray.
-It's difficult to judge how many
-canapes you should make for guests.
-Many guests eat too many canapes
-and it spoils their supper.
-Yes, and many guests
-are hungry after canapes.
-It doesn't matter
-when you are using steak.
-I try to make six canapes
-Oven bake the canapes
-on a high heat for 15 minutes.
-The come out of then oven
-looking golden brown.
-Serve it with some garlic aioli.
-Would you like to sample them now?
-Yes, of course!
-I've also got some horseradish
-and mayonnaise for a dip.
-I can taste the parmesan cheese.
-I'll come back to sample this one!
-You've got until tomorrow
-to nominate your pooch...
-..for our competition
-to find Wales' new Gelert.
-the Month of Legends on S4C...
-..Heno is searching
-for the new Gelert of Wales...
-..who is a special dog that will
-capture the hearts of a nation.
-Do you know a heroic,
-brave or faithful dog...
-..or a dog that provides comfort
-or is simply your best friend?
-You can nominate them
-for our competition.
-The winner gets food for the year
-from Pero Pet Foods and a hamper.
-The judges are Sara Manchipp,
-an ambassador for the RSPCA...
-..the vet, Dr Lowri Davies...
-..and Jonathan Rees,
-the manager of Pero Pet Foods.
-The competition closes at midday
-on 14 November.
-Send us a photograph of the dog
-with a few words about it.
-You can email [email protected]
-Write to Heno, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Good luck to you all.
-Don't forget to get in touch.
-The closing date
-is tomorrow at midday.
-The Oxfam charity campaigns
-about worldwide issues...
-..and works in partnerships
-to tackle poverty at home in Wales.
-One of our guests has volunteered
-for Oxfam for over ten years.
-welcome to the programme.
-Deio Gruffydd is a media officer
-for the charity and also joins us.
-Why did you choose to volunteer
-with Oxfam, Beth?
-I was suffering from depression.
-A psychologist recommended
-that I work for a charity.
-It worked for me
-but I only work once a week.
-It certainly gave me
-their 75th birthday.
-I joined them on a trip to see
-the refugee crisis in Greece.
-Before going, I would sell items
-in the charity shop.
-It was a real eye-opener.
-When I went to the camp in Greece...
-..I could see that
-their money goes a long way.
-I hope the situation improves there.
-Oxfam is always looking
-Yes, we are always searching
-..to fill our 24 shops in Wales.
-We need people to visit
-the refugees in Greece...
-..and even work in our shops.
-How do you become a volunteer?
-People are welcome
-to contact us via our website.
-There are options for volunteering
-on the website.
-There are details on the shops
-in your local area.
-There's a map to show you
-which shops are around Britain.
-is a very busy time for us.
-Around 20% of our main sales come
-during the Christmas period.
-Christmas is a great time
-in the shop.
-We receive so many donations
-from the customers.
-They are so generous.
-What does Oxfam need?
-My shop manager in Swansea
-There's a demand for vinyls
-and books at the shop in Swansea.
-Oxfam works in Britain
-and all over the world.
-Yes, Oxfam is also active
-in Wales and around Britain.
-Yes, Oxfam is also active
-in Wales and around Britain.
-Poverty is a problem in Wales.
-The money that Oxfam collects helps
-fight poverty in Wales...
-..and across Britain.
-The message is to make more money.
-We need more volunteers.
-Christmas is a busy period
-so we need more volunteers.
-There's still plenty to come today
-in a few minutes.
-In a moment, we hear about the
-STEM project at Ysgol O M Edwards.
-The party food also continues with
-Elwen's tasty Thai pork canapes.
-Don't move a muscle!
-Finding make-up for sensitive skin
-can be tricky...
-..but the good news is that there's
-a wide range of products to buy now.
-We're joined by Emma and our model,
-Angharad in our beauty corner.
-Welcome to you both.
-Dealing with sensitive skin
-can be difficult.
-There's a lot of things to cause
-your skin to be sensitive...
-..and it could be hormones
-or your workplace.
-A lot of people don't know
-if they have sensitive skin.
-My skin can be sensitive
-at different times.
-My skin was very sensitive
-a few months ago...
-..but it's fine now.
-You should take care
-if your skin has some redness...
-..or is painful
-when you use perfumed products.
-doesn't always mean...
-..that it's going to suit your skin.
-It's important to experiment
-to see what suits you.
-Yes, try products first.
-Keep all your receipts...
-..as you can return products.
-You skin looks fine to me,
-When I get up in the morning...
-..I notice that my skin
-has changed overnight.
-It can be very dry
-at this time of year.
-Your make-up fits
-into all the dry areas.
-Avoid all things that contain oil...
-..if you have oily skin.
-Avene is a great product.
-I've also got
-some primers from Eucerin.
-There's a serum to wear
-in the morning and evening.
-There's also a product
-that appears to be green.
-the redness in the skin.
-You don't need a lot.
-I've heard about these products.
-I tend to stick
-to the white products.
-These have been made
-for sensitive skin.
-It will affect the way that
-your make-up sits on the face.
-Before you wear your foundation...
-..you have to be aware of
-the way you apply these things.
-will harm the skin.
-..and wash them regularly.
-There's also mineral make-ups.
-These help the skin to breath.
-These help the skin to breathe.
-Many think it will look
-chalky on your skin.
-These are made to sit
-neatly on the skin.
-People apply layers of make-up
-to cover any blemishes.
-You can use a brush
-that is sold in the No7 set.
-Dip it into the product
-and apply it in circular motions.
-I didn't want to apply this today
-Use items for a week...
-..to see how it sits on the skin.
-You need a cross-section of items
-for your skin...
-..as you skin changes.
-Your skin will change
-with the seasons.
-you'll find something to suit you.
-Thank you, Emma.
-STEM is an acronym for Science,
-Technology, Engineering and Maths.
-The cross-curricular project
-combines four school subjects...
-..and prepares young people for
-the daily changes of modern life.
-in Llanuwchllyn to find out more.
-This small school recently opened a
-room with the latest technology...
-..to study STEM or Science,
-Technology, Engineering and Maths.
-The priority is to use the expertise
-of locals and the teachers...
-..to ensure the boys and girls
-have valuable experiences.
-..to develop in these four subjects.
-and girls to have opportunities...
-The pupils will be prepared for jobs
-that are yet to be created.
-The children have valuable
-experiences and try something new.
-They are currently building a bridge
-from Glan-llyn to Llanuwchllyn.
-The children have enthusiastically
-looked at the world's bridges.
-The final step and
-what they have created is amazing.
-I think that has come
-from all that they have experienced.
-You can see that they are more
-hands on and everyone is involved.
-This method of teaching
-is much more revolutionary.
-There's elements where the children
-record what they have done on video.
-They also have to produce
-and analyse their own data...
-..so they get to see
-a complete circle.
-These learn about building bridges,
-coding and have life experiences.
-They could even discover
-the new Einstein!
-I've been building Stikbots
-to walk, do sport and other things.
-It's stop motion where you take it.
-It's stop motion where you take it.
-Why do you enjoy doing this?
-I enjoy doing it at this age and
-I'd love to do this when I'm older.
-Here are 10p coins
-a paper bridge could hold.
-Here's one I made
-before building this one.
-STEM allows children to take
-responsibility of their education.
-They can question
-and challenge each other.
-Providing STEM education enables
-IT to prepare them for the future.
-The importance of this to the area,
-to Gwynedd and Wales as a whole.
-Today, changes come about quickly
-in the digital and technical fields.
-We should nurture children
-to pioneer in this field.
-This is true for girls as there's
-very few girls in this field.
-We want to nurture a new generation
-who will put Wales on the map.
-They learn through play
-and research and don't fear failure.
-It's that circle of experimenting,
-discovery and creating bridges.
-They realize that each design has
-a strong and effective framework.
-Technology is fast-paced so children
-need these skills for the future.
-We conclude our programme
-in the kitchen with Elwen.
-We're preparing for
-the festive party season.
-The beef goujons and steak canapes
-you made earlier were delicious.
-We've had a few!
-Yes, and I've got one
-all over me too!
-They are easy to make.
-What's on the menu now, Elwen?
-The next dish needs
-450g of Welsh pork mince.
-It's full of coriander...
-..and two cloves of garlic.
-The garlic has been softened
-with some salt.
-Grate some ginger.
-There's also some lime zest.
-These are traditional Thai flavours.
-There's also the juice of a lime.
-We've also got some spring onions.
-Mix it together.
-It's very easy.
-You can make these beforehand...
-..and will sit in the fridge
-until you're ready to cook them.
-You can make balls or burgers.
-They are very easy to make.
-You should get at least twelve balls
-or more from this mixture.
-Make as many as you like.
-These are baked for
-about 15 to 20 minutes.
-Make sure they are cooked
-Here's some I made earlier.
-These have been baked
-at a high temperature.
-It needs to be about
-200 degrees Celsius.
-There's also a dipping sauce
-to serve with the Thai pork.
-I've mixed clear honey,
-soy sauce and some sweet chilli.
-I've already made a mess
-with the dip!
-I think I need a bib!
-These can go onto the tray.
-I've also got some crostinis.
-Slice up some bread.
-Brush them with oil
-until they crisp up.
-There's a pesto on top.
-You can make a salsa to go on top.
-You can buy pesto
-or make it yourself.
-Earlier, I made some steak.
-This is quite pink.
-It goes a long way.
-It adds flavour to the canape.
-Canapes need to be pretty.
-Don't make them too big!
-People eat with their eyes.
-It's important for things
-to look edible and tasty!
-Email [email protected]
-for a copy of this recipe.
-We'll send you the recipes
-as soon as possible.
-I've tried some of our recipes.
-Would you like to try them now?
-You can decide what you want to try.
-I'm not going to try one of those.
-I'll get it all over me.
-Rhodri has joined us.
-This all looks fantastic.
-You can try one
-if you're a good boy!
-What delights are on Heno tonight?
-We're joined by the actresses,
-Anni Dafydd and Gwawr Keyworth.
-They're busy touring schools with
-Arad Goch's drama about bullying.
-Our musical guests are performing
-for the first time on television.
-Phil Gas a'r Band are one of the
-newest and busiest bands in Wales.
-The band also perform for us.
-They have a very catchy song.
-They formed on a golf course
-a few years ago.
-We meet a few characters from
-the new S4C series, Ar Y Bysus.
-The series follows the bus companies
-Clive Edwards and Sion Rhys
-join us later.
-Tonight, Heno is live from the
-Wales Book of the Year ceremony.
-Daf Wyn is at the Tramshed to check
-on the nerves of the nominees.
-We'll cram it all into an hour.
-Can I try something?
-Yes, dive in!
-The Thai balls are lovely too.
-That's all from us today.
-On tomorrow's programme,
-a lucky viewer receives a makeover.
-Kevin Davies has floral arrangements
-for vases of all shapes and sizes.
-The news and weather on S4C
-is followed by Cerdded y Llinell...
-..with Iolo Williams and the
-late, Hywel Teifi Edwards.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Golwg ar bapurau'r penwythnos, ysbrydoliaeth ar gyfer y gegin, a chyngor harddwch ar gyfer croen sensitif. A look at the weekend's papers, some kitchen inspiration and advice on skincare.