Mon, 14 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 14 Dec 2015

Byddwn yn paratoi at y Nadolig heddiw a bydd Gareth Richard yn paratoi bwyd llysieuol sy'n addas ar gyfer cinio Nadolig. Gareth Richard has suggestions for Christmas Day veggie ...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's the last week before Christmas

-and the last week of work for many.

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-We'll be with you

-until Christmas Eve.

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-It's also a new week for our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Get dialling for a chance

-to win some amazing prizes.

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-Answer the question that follows

-shortly by calling 08443 35 12 44.

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-Today, Lleu Williams casts his eye

-over the weekend headlines.

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-Among the stories is the new United

-Nations climate change agreement.

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-Gareth's in the kitchen with some

-Christmas meat-free alternatives.

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-Glesni showcases hairstyles that

-take you from office to party...

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-..and from kitchen to dining table.

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-Ysgol Bodedern in Holyhead compete

-in our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-# There's no welcome at the door #

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-That's just a taster

-of the next 50 minutes.

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-Stay with us for a great afternoon.

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-It's your chance to win a prize in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-To compete, call 08443 35 12 44.

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-Make a note of the number and we'll

-give you the question in a moment.

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-Here are the remaining prizes.

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-Two widescreen televisions,

-four iPad Airs...

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-..a digital camera,

-a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..a coffee machine and mugs, a DVD

-player and a selection of DVDs...

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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, a kitchen aid...

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-..Welsh hoodies for the family and a

-cashmere poncho and socks by 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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-Here's the singer, Alistair James

-with today's competition question.

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-What's the name of the famous carol?

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-1) Silent Night, 2) Noisy Night,

-or 3) Chilly Night?

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-Merry Christmas, don't eat

-too much chocolate and good luck!

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-What's the name of the famous carol?

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-1) Silent Night, 2) Noisy Night,

-or 3) Chilly Night?

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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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-Good luck to you all.

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-Lleu Williams has sifted through

-the weekend's newspapers for us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-We start with the United Nations's

-global agreement on climate change.

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-It was in Paris last week.

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-This was the biggest story

-of the weekend.

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-Some 195 countries

-across the globe...

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-..decided in this agreement.

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-A historic climate deal

-has been agreed in Paris.

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-The universal agreement aims to

-drive down greenhouse gas emissions.

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-They aim to limit global warming

-to a maximum of 1.5 degrees Celsius.

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-The new pledge has been deemed

-'a major leap for mankind'.

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-Countries will wean themselves off

-fossil fuels over a few decades...

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-..and switch to a mix of

-nuclear and renewable energy.

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-This means the end of coal

-and petrol for most countries.

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-It requires countries to set

-increasingly ambition targets.

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-The aim is to send

-a strong message to companies.

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-The new pledge has been deemed

-'a major leap for mankind'.

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-The conference was held in France

-over the weekend.

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-They have been discussing

-the climate for 20 years.

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-It's taken them 20 years

-to come to this agreement.

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-The experts claim

-that nothing is legally binding yet.

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-There's no substance

-to the agreement.

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-They need signatures

-from all the countries first.

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-It does raise questions

-about climate change...

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-..and cuts in finances

-within the UK government.

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-We turn our attention to football

-and the Euro 2016 competition.

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-Many of my friends were watching

-the draw on Saturday night.

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-The Euro 2016 draw was also held

-in Paris over the weekend.

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-Many fans didn't think

-it was really happening...

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-..until the draw was made.

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-The Western Mail

-has spoken to a lot of fans.

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-The Wales football team

-was placed in Group B.

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-Wales will share a group with

-England, Russia and Slovakia.

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-They could have been placed

-in a worse group.

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-Welsh football fans are planning

-their trip to France next summer.

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-Prices for accommodation have risen

-over the weekend in France.

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-It's great news that Wales has

-reached the world quarter-finals.

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-It would be great

-if they won the championship.

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-Our next article asks who people

-want to kiss under the mistletoe.

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-Owain isn't on the list!

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-A charity has asked 2,000 women...

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-..who they would like

-to kiss under the mistletoe.

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-Johnny Depp, Channing Tatum

-were among the top people...

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-..they would mostly like to kiss.

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-I would like to see Harrison Ford

-on the list!

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-The Christmas Story will be told

-at the English Baptist Church...

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-..on the bottom of Lammas Street

-in Carmarthen throughout next week.

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-Wednesday's performances are held at

-11.00am, midday, 3.00pm and 5.00pm.

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-On Friday, it's midday and 2.00pm

-and Saturday is 11.00am and 3.00pm.

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-Tuesday and Thursday are for schools

-but the public is also welcome.

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-It's time for a break and to pick up

-that phone to enter our competition.

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-Call 08443 35 12 44 and answer the

-question on the end of the phone.

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-Gareth prepares meat-free festive

-recipes for a vegetarian palate.

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-Welcome back.

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-Did you enter our cracker

-competition during the break?

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-You can win one of these prizes.

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-There are iPads to be won.

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-There's still two televisions

-up for grabs.

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-We've got a coffee machine.

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-There's a kitchen aid.

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-There's a sewing machine.

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-Here's Alistair James with

-the all-important question.

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-What's the name of the famous carol?

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-1) Silent Night, 2) Noisy Night,

-or 3) Chilly Night?

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-Merry Christmas, don't eat

-too much chocolate and good luck!

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-What's the name of the famous carol?

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-1) Silent Night,

-2) Noisy Night, or 3) Chilly Night?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-We could be phoning one of you

-later in the programme.

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-Traditionally, we eat rather a lot

-of meat during the festive period.

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-There's turkey, chicken, goose, duck

-or ham to satisfy different palates.

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-It's a real meat-fest for us

-but what if you don't eat meat?

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-What makes a great vegetarian

-centrepiece for Christmas Day?

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-Gareth is here

-with a few suggestions.

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-Welcome to the programme, Gareth.

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-There won't be a meat-fest

-in the kitchen today.

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-Add water to a frying pan.

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-I won't be using any oil.

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-The first dish is for

-a mushroom and pickle parcel.

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-You can use a wok for this.

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-You can even use a saucepan.

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-Add some spinach to the pan.

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-Meat is packed with protein.

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-There's plenty of vitamins

-in spinach.

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-It's great for your muscles.

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-Allow the spinach to wilt.

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-Next, we'll prepare the pastry.

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-The pastry

-has come from the freezer.

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-Allow the pastry to defrost first.

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-Start slicing the pastry to create

-the shape of a window.

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-We want to keep the pastry dry.

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-The spinach has wilted.

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-Mushrooms will add some texture.

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-Remove the stalk of the mushroom.

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-You can buy them individually

-so they are all the same size.

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-We are going to use two mushrooms.

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-Mushrooms tend to be bland.

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-We have some onion pickle

-to place on top of the mushrooms.

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-The spinach has cooled down.

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-Add nuts

-and stilton cheese to the spinach.

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-You can add toasted almonds

-if you want.

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-The cheese will begin to melt

-in the heat of the spinach.

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-The cheese will help bind

-the ingredients together.

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-Top the mushrooms

-with some beaten egg.

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-Take the pastry

-and enclose the mushrooms.

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-Cover the pastry with egg as well.

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-You could serve these

-a few days after Christmas.

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-Yes, You can eat this recipe

-after Christmas.

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-Create a hole in the middle

-as they're likely to explode!

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-The pickle will caramelize

-in the middle.

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-Bake for 180C or gas mark 4

-for 40 minutes.

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-The pastry has browned slightly

-and the mushrooms are cooked.

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-Let's plate it up.

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-Serve with some cranberry sauce.

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-You can also serve it with

-vegetables.

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-After the break...

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-..Glesni shares some office

-to party hairstyling tips.

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-We're half way through

-our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-Today, we hear from

-Ysgol Bodedern in Holyhead.

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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

-you could win an amazing prize.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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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

-you could win an amazing prize.

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-I'm enjoying myself with Gareth

-and his mushroom dish.

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-Next, we venture to our salon

-where Sian is joined by Glesni.

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-The party season is in full swing...

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-..and many people go straight

-from the office to their parties.

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-How do we spruce up our hair

-with very little effort?

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-Glesni has joined us in the studio

-to offer some useful tips.

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-The sample applies when you are

-cooking in the kitchen...

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-..and then having to sit

-at the dining table.

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-Ilan has long hair.

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-You want to pin it up when cooking.

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-Remove the clips when you're ready

-to enjoy your lunch.

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-It's a simple plait.

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-The secret is the fastening

-to hold the hair out of the way.

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-I've got some powder...

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-..and as you rub it

-into your hands...

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-..it becomes a kind of clay...

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-..that will keep the hair in place.

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-This product absorbs any dampness.

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-It's brilliant!

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-It doesn't colour the hair.

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-It makes such a difference.

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-It gives the hair a fullness.

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-It's perfect!

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-Anyone could do it.

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-Lisa and I have the same sort

-of hair.

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-It's quite fine.

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-I've got some dry shampoo.

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-It adds a lot of volume to the hair.

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-You can use this dry shampoo...

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-..even if you don't want to wash

-your hair!

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-The dry shampoo comes in different

-colours...

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-..so it doesn't colour your hair!

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-You can backcomb some of the hair.

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-We can do this to the top.

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-It's very easy to do.

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-You could add an attachment

-to your hair...

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-..to make it look thicker.

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-Spray some product to keep it

-in place.

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-The backcombing gives you

-the height.

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-These days, the hair sprays

-are quite dry.

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-You've transformed the look!

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-All you had was dry shampoo

-and some hairspray.

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-The coloured products hide

-roots too!

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-Our Christmas Carol Competition

-continues today.

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-There's ten schools in our shortlist

-and we've already heard five.

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-Today, we hear from Ysgol Bodedern

-in Holyhead.

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-We're Ysgol Gynradd Bodedern and

-our carol is called Deuwn Ynghyd.

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-The carol was composed

-by Ioan Williams and Nia Evans.

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-We hope you enjoy it!

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-# There's no room at the inn

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-# There's no welcome at the door

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-# A refugee before his birth

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-# Jesus Christ, a beautiful baby

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-# The outcasts knock once again

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-# Knocking constantly

-with determination

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-# Is there room in your heart?

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-# Where is

-the carpenter son's family?

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-# We come together

-all the children of the world

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-# We come together

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-# We come together

-

-# Together

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-# And bow before thee

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-# We unite to sing

-in joyful and cheerful praise

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-# This is a season

-of kindness to fellow man

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-# There is room this Christmas

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-# There's a star above your head

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-# Today, we welcome you

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-# And unite the family

-below the heavens

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-# Come to our midst

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-# Show us your compassion now

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-# And reign over tranquillity

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-# On the break of the new dawn

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-# We come together

-all the children of the world

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-# We come together

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-# We come together

-

-# Together

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-# And bow before thee

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-# We unite to sing

-in joyful and cheerful praise

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-# This is a season

-of kindness to fellow man

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-# Yes, it is #

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-Our thanks to Ysgol Bodedern.

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-On Sunday, news broke of the death

-of John Albert Evans...

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-..who worked tirelessly teaching

-Welsh learners in South-East Wales.

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-His enthusiasm was infectious.

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-He was also active in establishing

-the Nant Gwrtheyrn centre...

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-..and was the centre's chairman

-for many years.

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-He believed that lessons

-for Welsh learners had to be fun.

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-John was a regular on our programme.

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-In 2011, he spoke in the studio

-about teaching some of his pupils...

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-..the footballer, Mark Aizlewood

-and musician, Tim Rhys-Evans.

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-I taught them both on a one-to-one

-basis and not in a classroom.

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-Tim learnt

-in a very short space of time...

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-..as he was producing Les Miserables

-for the Urdd Eisteddfod in Cardiff.

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-There were complaints

-that he was speaking English.

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-In a month, he went from being

-a learner to being quite fluent.

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-The motive for his learning

-was very strong.

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-Mark's career as a footballer

-was coming to an end.

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-I support Cardiff and Mark

-was playing for Cardiff at the time.

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-After a few games,

-we'd meet in the club for a chat.

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-He said that he wanted to be a Welsh

-commentator for the BBC and he did!

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-He often disagreed with John Hardy.

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-He often disagreed with John Hardy.

-

-Yes, don't we all!

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-He was great.

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-I'd often hear him having

-a heated debate with John Hardy...

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-..and ended it by saying,

-"I know because I'm a footballer!"

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-It was important that both

-had a good sense of humour.

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-We laughed in every lesson and

-it meant they were excited to learn.

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-If there isn't a motive or target

-to reach then it's pointless.

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-I thoroughly enjoyed

-teaching those two men.

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-We remember the late,

-John Albert Evans.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-There's still a whole host of prizes

-left to be won.

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-If your phone rings, answer it

-by saying, "Christmas Cracker!"

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-We have a telephone number here.

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-It's 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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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Enid Jones.

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-I'm in Conwy.

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-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 34.

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-I'll have number 11.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations, you've won a throw

-and cushion from Melin Tregwynt.

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-Thank you very much.

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-That's wonderful.

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-It'll keep you warm over Christmas!

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-Merry Christmas to you.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Today, we make a special donation to

-the Ty Gobaith Children's Hospice.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Don't worry

-if you didn't win today...

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-..as there's plenty of prizes

-up for grabs tonight on Heno...

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-..and every day on Prynhawn Da

-up until Christmas Eve.

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-There's still a whole host of prizes

-for you to win.

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-We close the programme

-in the kitchen...

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-..with more Christmas recipes

-for vegetarians.

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-The mushroom and pickle parcels

-you made earlier were delicious.

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-The mushrooms were very visual.

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-I've got you a non-alcoholic drink.

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-What are you making for us now,

-Gareth?

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-The next recipe is for an orange

-and cranberry crown.

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-This is going to look very pretty

-as a centrepiece of your table.

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-You need a large baking tin.

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-Draw a circle around it

-on greaseproof paper.

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-Turn the paper over...

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-..or you'll get pencil marks

-all over your meringue!

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-I've whipped some egg whites.

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-The egg whites should be

-at room temperature...

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-..as they whisk better.

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-Add the final spoonful of sugar

-and give it a whisk.

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-The meringue can be kept for about

-a fortnight in a closed box.

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-The paper can move in the oven...

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-..so stick the greaseproof paper

-to the pan...

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-..with some of the meringue mixture.

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-You can create the wreath shape...

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-..by following the shape

-of the clock.

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-This is going to spread out

-in the oven.

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-I love meringue.

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-It's great with cream!

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-Not many people enjoy pudding.

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-Christmas pudding can be very rich!

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-I have trouble finding room for

-the pudding after so many courses!

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-Make a well in the middle

-for the filling.

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-This is baked at a very low heat

-of about gas mark one.

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-It's baked for about two and a half

-hours...

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-..and should be left to dry

-in the oven overnight.

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-The filling is made from a pint

-of whipped cream.

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-There's some orange liquer.

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-There's also a pudding spoonful

-of sugar...

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-..and the zest of some clementine.

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-The orange fruits are great

-at this time of year.

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-Orange and clementine

-is quite different.

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-Fill the meringue

-with the orange cream.

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-You could mix the cream ready...

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-..such as the night before.

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-It should be stored in the fridge.

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-You can make it up

-before you eat it.

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-There's more cranberries too.

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-We've got 300g of cranberries

-and a touch of sugar.

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-Cranberries can be sour.

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-They need some sugar.

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-There's also a branch of cinnamon.

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-This will boil for a few minutes...

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-..until the fruit softens.

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-Decorate the top with

-some slices of orange.

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-Mari from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-There's another jam-packed Heno

-tonight at 7.00pm.

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-We look at the amazing array of CDs

-that are on sale at Christmas.

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-It isn't too late to buy your CDs.

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-Gerallt is live at

-a special Christmas party...

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-..at the Saith Seren

-Welsh language centre in Wrexham.

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-We meet some

-of the various characters...

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-..who feature in the pantomimes

-that are taking place around Wales.

0:40:540:40:59

-The new president of the Urdd

-is Dan Rowbotham...

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-..and he joins us to chat about

-his hopes for his time as president.

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-Join Rhodri and me

-for tonight's Heno at 7.00pm.

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-The pudding looks incredible.

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-Ysgol Gellionnen School in Clydach

-perform in our carol competition.

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-There's tips for the best wines

-to enjoy over Christmas.

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-One lucky viewer can win a prize

-in a Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Cegin Bryn follows the news

-and weather on S4C at 3.00pm.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

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Byddwn yn paratoi at y Nadolig heddiw a bydd Gareth Richard yn paratoi bwyd llysieuol sy'n addas ar gyfer cinio Nadolig. Gareth Richard has suggestions for Christmas Day veggie alternatives.


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