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A hithau'n Wythnos Cymorth Cristnogol, bydd Peredur Owen Griffiths o'r elusen yn westai stiwdio. During Christian Aid Week, Peredur Owen Griffiths talks about the work of the ch...


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-Hello and how are you?

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-We hope you all enjoyed

-your weekend.

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-Let's hope you made the most

-of the fine weather...

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-..as the rain is set

-to stay with us all week!

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-We need some rain

-but not for the whole week.

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-There's plenty to enjoy today.

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-Catrin rustles

-up some vegetarian dishes...

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-..and they are a tomato risotto

-followed by lemon squares.

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-Refugees are on the move this spring

-and we must highlight their needs.

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-Peredur Owen Griffiths from

-Christian Aid looks at the crisis.

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-Angharad Pearce Jones visits

-an exhibition of signs in Penarth.

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-Emma has some make-up tips

-for those people who wear glasses.

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-It might be cold and wet outside.

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-Stay snug and dry and join us for

-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme by looking at

-the stories hitting the headlines.

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-Today, we're joined

-by Lleu Williams.

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-Welcome to the programme, Lleu.

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-Thank you.

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-There's no avoiding all the stories

-about the global hacking attack...

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-..that has partially disabled

-the National Health Service.

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-The weekend papers

-and news programmes...

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-..have been full of stories about

-the global hacking attack.

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-You couldn't have missed this story!

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-The NHS has been one of the

-main victims of the hacking attack.

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-It all started happening on Friday.

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-This was a ransom virus.

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-People were asked to give money...

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-..so that they could free their

-computer from the virus.

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-There was a lot of things

-affected by this.

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-The Sunday Times spoke of a child

-being caught in an MRI scan...

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-..because of this hack.

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-We don't know how many companies

-have been affected.

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-A lot of experts have said...

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-..after this attack that there

-could be a lot more to come.

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-The NHS in Wales seems to have come

-off free from this.

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-Thankfully the NHS in Wales...

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-..updated its systems so

-it hasn't been affected.

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-Many claim that corners

-have been cut...

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-..and this could have been avoided.

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-Someone has to take the blame

-for this.

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-What about the future?

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-Can this happen again?

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-A young person has discovered

-a way to rectify this.

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-It's made people more aware...

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-..of the dangers

-that come with a computer.

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-It teaches that we should update

-our computers.

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-Let's move to one of the big events

-of the weekend...

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-..namely

-the Eurovision Song Contest.

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-Lucie Jones from Pentyrch near

-Cardiff was representing the UK.

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-Lucie Jones has been praised

-for her performance...

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-..at the Eurovision Song Contest.

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-The Wales on Sunday had a great

-photograph of her performance.

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-She did really well.

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-It's the best the UK

-has done in many years.

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-There's been a lot of questions...

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-..as to whether the UK should remain

-in the Eurovision Song Contest...

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-..following the Brexit vote.

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-Wales would probably

-do better alone.

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-There was a tweet.

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-It raised the question

-of the Welsh word for Portugal.

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-It enraged a lot of people.

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-Amazon has also been hitting

-the headlines over the weekend.

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-It could be good news for people.

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-Customers are being given refunds

-by Amazon...

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-..but are then told not to bother

-sending the items back.

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-The online retailer has an

-unofficial policy...

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-..which gives refunds on faulty or

-unwanted goods...

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-..then lets the customer keep the

-items if they cost less than 10.

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-This happened to me last year.

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-I bought an item for my dog.

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-My dog broke the toy in minutes.

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-I wanted to send it back

-but I had the refund...

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-..and got to keep the toy.

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-Amazon can take this hit!

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-I've seen a programme of the items

-that had been back to the warehouse.

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-It's National Vegetarian Week.

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-The week encourages people

-to try living on a vegetarian diet.

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-Vegetarian diets

-are on the increase...

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-..with many choosing

-to ditch meat from our diets.

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-Catrin has joined us in the kitchen

-to rustle up a vegetarian dish.

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-Welcome to the programme, Catrin.

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-I have to admit that I would

-struggle to avoid meat.

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-A lot of people can be vegetarian.

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-Many think that it's healthy.

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-You need to add more flavours.

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-I'll be making

-mozzarella and olive risotto.

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-You can add an array of flavour

-to a risotto.

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-You can add chicken,

-chorizo or fish.

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-My risotto starts with 60g of butter

-and a touch of oil...

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-..so that we can fry the onions,

-leeks and garlic.

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-Add a pinch of water to the onions.

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-It draws out the water

-from the onions.

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-This slows down the process.

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-It helps the onions to caramelize.

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-This is not for vegans.

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-This isn't a dish for vegans.

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-If you are a vegan,

-you wouldn't use the butter...

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-..but just the oil.

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-I've got some tomatoes.

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-We need to remove the skin.

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-Score the base of the tomato

-with a cross...

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-..plunge it into hot water...

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-..and then the skin

-is easier to peel off.

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-Remove the skin and the pips.

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-We don't want any of that.

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-Chop the tomatoes finely.

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-Let's go back to the pot.

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-We can add some fresh thyme.

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-I'm also adding one chilli.

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-The chilli adds a depth of flavour.

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-You need risotto rice for this.

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-I'm using arborio rice.

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-It thickens in all the juices.

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-There's also some red wine.

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-You need to take your time

-on the risotto.

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-I'll slowly add some stock.

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-You can join me later...

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-..to see the finished result.

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-The tomatoes will also

-go into the pot.

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-I've got some stirring to do now!

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-After the break, we're joined

-by Peredur Owen Griffiths.

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-It's Christian Aid Week and we hear

-of a new campaign to help refugees.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's Christian Aid Week.

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-This year's campaign

-focuses on refugees.

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-Peredur Owen Griffiths joins to

-chat about the work of the charity.

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-He's the Christian Aid Regional

-and Legacies Co-ordinator Wales.

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-Welcome to the programme, Peredur.

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-Welcome to the programme, Peredur.

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-Thank you.

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-What is different about the

-refugee campaign?

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-This year's campaign

-is about refugees.

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-The refugees are the main theme.

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-Christian Aid was founded in 1945.

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-Christian Aid Week is celebrating

-its 60th anniversary this year.

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-The first ever Christian Aid Week

-focused on refugees in Europe.

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-We've gone full circle...

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-..and they are the focus of our

-campaign this year again.

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-You're going towards the campaign

-in a different way.

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-We've got a lot of activities.

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-There's door-to-door collections.

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-There's also the Big Brekkie.

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-A lot of those events

-will be held in Wales and Britain.

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-We've also got coffee mornings...

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-..and all sorts of different things.

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-There's a stigma associated

-the refugees.

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-We want to show that these

-refugees are people.

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-They don't want to leave

-their homes.

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-They are forced

-to leave their homes...

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-..because of war, violence...

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-..and some have to leave

-for global warming.

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-We think of refugees

-as a large group of people.

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-Thousands of families are refugees.

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-I've spoken to people

-across South Wales.

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-I've spoken about a lady

-called Tiba.

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-All she had was a purse...

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-..and it contained her mobile phone

-and her identity card.

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-The card showed where she was from.

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-She held her phone so that people

-could call her...

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-..when it would be safe to go home.

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-There's the story of a teacher.

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-Someone he knew had his

-eyes removed...

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-..before he was executed.

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-People need to contribute.

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-You can contact Christian Aid

-with your donations.

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-You can also make donations...

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-..via the envelopes

-that come through the door.

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-A donation of 5 will pay

-for two nutritional meals...

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-..for a refugee in a camp in Europe.

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-A donation of 50

-will enable us to buy an oven...

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-..so that refugees

-can cook their own food.

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-A donation of 285

-can help to buy a freezer...

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-..for the community kitchens

-in a refugees camp.

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-All donations big or small

-can make a difference.

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-Every penny counts.

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-These people don't want hand-outs.

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-Join us in a few minutes when

-we'll be sampling Catrin's risotto.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment...

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-..Angharad Pearce Jones visits

-an exhibition of signs in Penarth.

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-Emma has some make-up tips

-for those people who wear glasses.

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-We're back in the kitchen

-with Catrin.

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-The risotto has been bubbling away.

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-Let's hope we can try some of it

-in a moment.

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-I've got some for you to sample.

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-I want to know what you think.

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-I've added a litre of stock to this.

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-It has been boiling

-over a high heat.

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-I'm stirring it to make sure

-that it doesn't stick to the pan.

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-I've also added some mozzarella.

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-It's got olives in it too.

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-This is quite creamy.

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-I'm going to finish it

-with parmesan cheese.

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-It isn't suitable for vegetarians...

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-..but I have a special one

-that is fine for vegetarians.

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-Remove it from hob.

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-It needs to be quite loose.

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-You will have to wait at the stove

-when making this.

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-It takes less than 30 minutes

-to make...

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-..but you have to keep an eye on it.

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-I usually serve it with rocket.

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-This is a simple dish to make.

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-Before the days of television

-and the Internet...

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-..companies advertised their produce

-using enamel signage.

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-There's an exhibition of signs

-in Penarth until the end of May.

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-Penarth Pier opened in 1895.

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-It had a simple design with all

-the details in the iconic railings.

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-The pavilion has been here

-since 1929...

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-..and has been everything

-from a cinema to a gymnastics hall.

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-Since 2013, it's housed a cafe and

-a large, open space for exhibitions.

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-It's currently home to a 35-year-old

-collection of enamel signs...

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-..owned by Victor Bonnuto

-from Sully.

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-It's great that these

-are considered of pieces of art.

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-Enamel signage was popular

-from 1890 until about World War II.

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-The advantage of the signs

-were their longevity.

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-At one time, enamel signs

-were produced in their thousands.

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-The main British producers were

-in Birmingham and Wolverhampton.

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-Before the days of television and

-the various mediums we have today...

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-..you would advertise in newspapers

-and magazines.

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-Enamel signage was influential

-which helped companies to survive...

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-..such as Guinness,

-Rowntree's and Fry's.

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-The signs were made before

-any trades description acts...

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-..so you could exaggerate!

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-Gilbey's suggested that port

-had medicinal properties.

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-Guinness has changed it's slogan

-from Guinness is Good For You...

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-..to Good Things

-Come To Those Who Wait.

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-Rinso claimed that soaking clothes

-in their soap saved coal...

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-..as you didn't need to turn on

-the boiler to get hot water!

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-I did some enamel work at college.

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-I dabbed on the glass and put it

-in the kiln to see what happened.

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-In order to achieve

-something detailed...

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-..they used a stencil and applied

-the glass for the first colour.

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-Between each colour, it was put into

-the kiln at a lower temperature.

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-Advertising smoking

-is now illegal...

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-..but tobacco signage was

-amongst the most colourful.

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-Pierce from Ireland

-produced agricultural machinery...

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-..and their signage was made

-in France as opposed to England.

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-Bad feeling meant the Irish didn't

-want to support English companies.

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-These signs were not just for walls.

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-The sign for Watson's Matchless

-Cleanser sat in a special chair.

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-The next one was curved

-to sit around telegraph pole...

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-..and there's the Newport Road sign

-made from enamel too.

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-It's a glorious place

-to visit an exhibition.

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-If you're in Cardiff, visit Penarth

-Pier and you can have ice cream too!

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-Penarth Pier is a wonderful place

-to visit.

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-Those who wear glasses...

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-..often struggle to choose

-the right eye make-up...

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-..in terms of eye care and creating

-a striking look through the glasses.

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-Emma has joined us in the studio.

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-You wear glasses too, Emma.

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-Yes, I do.

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-I do forget to wear my glasses.

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-I don't have anything I can do

-to help eyesight...

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-..but I do have some tips.

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-We're also joined by our models,

-Iona and Sophie.

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-There are two ways to be clever.

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-There are some who don't want to add

-some eye make-up.

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-You can just apply mascara

-and clean up any mistakes...

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-..with a cotton wool bud.

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-I'm going to start with lipsticks.

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-You can wear some great colours.

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-You have to experiment

-to find the best colour for you.

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-These are all matte.

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-They look wonderful.

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-The matte colours are solid.

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-I'm going to put this lovely

-coral colour on Iona.

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-These are great prices.

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-The lipstick is going to be

-the main point of this look.

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-The lipsticks are 7.99 each

-from Max Factor.

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-You can experiment.

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-Make-Up Revolution also have some

-wonderful colours.

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-I prefer to wear my contact lenses.

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-Sian doesn't like to wear them.

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-I don't like to wear

-bright colours.

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-I've worn glasses

-since the age of two.

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-I don't tend to wear a lot

-of make-up.

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-I have to use a big mirror

-to see where I apply it.

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-I did try contact lenses.

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-I didn't like them as I couldn't see

-very well!

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-I won't wear them again.

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-If you do want to apply something

-to the eye...

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-..place your finger

-into a colour like gold...

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-..and put it on the eyelid.

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-For those who are slightly

-more confident...

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-..there are wonderful

-eye shadow palletes.

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-These are currently on buy

-one get one for half price.

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-I've added some gold for this look.

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-I know a lot of women

-who like to wear the creams.

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-Don't put the eyeshadow

-in any of the creases.

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-Rub the eye shadow

-across the eyelid.

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-I've used the brown in a V shape.

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-It's easier to use your finger.

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-The Bourjois eye liner is 6.99.

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-This is wonderful.

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-Eye liners gives the eye

-more definition.

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-You can use it to give a soft

-or hard line.

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-It gives the eye a great shape.

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-You can see the colour behind

-the glasses.

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-This is difficult from this angle.

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-You can give it a go without having

-to spend a lot of money.

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-For those who don't feel confident,

-you can use a cotton wool bud...

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-..to tidy up the areas.

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-After the break, we're back

-in the kitchen with Catrin.

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-In a moment,

-we'll have some lemon squares.

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-Welcome back.

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-We close today's programme

-in the kitchen with Catrin.

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-The next dish

-is for some lemon squares.

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-This is a light pudding.

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-You could take these on a picnic

-and they would be great for summer.

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-I have 75g of soft butter

-and 125g of caster sugar.

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-I could use the mixer, but

-I thought I'd use some elbow grease.

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-Cream the butter and sugar.

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-You have to make sure that there's

-plenty of air in the mixture.

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-I'm placing it in the oven

-You should preheat the oven.

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-You should preheat the oven.

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-Add two eggs to the mixture.

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-Add the eggs to the mixture slowly.

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-I like to do all the steps

-to make sure that air is created...

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-..so that it gives

-a lighter mixture.

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-We don't want the egg

-to separate in the mixture.

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-You don't need to panic.

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-You can sort everything.

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-All this has been mixed.

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-I'm going to add 150g of self

-raising flour to the mixture...

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-..and one teaspoon of baking powder.

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-I'll also add one tablespoon

-of lemon curd.

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-You'll need two tablespoons of milk.

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-You can use either full fat

-or semi skimmed milk.

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-Grate in the zest of one lemon.

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-There's no point using skimmed milk.

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-Give it a good mix.

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-Use a square tin of 20cm by 20cm.

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-I've lined the tin

-with greaseproof paper.

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-This will be in the oven

-for 25 minutes.

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-You can stir the risotto while you

-wait for this dish to bake!

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-Make sure you spread out the

-mixture over the whole tin.

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-That goes into the oven at 160

-degrees Celsius and gas mark 4.

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-Whilst it's still warm,

-you need to add the syrup.

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-I'm going to make the topping

-using 40g of sugar...

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-..and the juice of one lemon.

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-Pour it on the sponge.

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-Allow it to cool...

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-..and then it will look like this.

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-I'm also going to add icing.

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-You can sample it now

-whilst I make the icing.

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-This would be perfect for a picnic.

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-Give it a go.

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-I'm using 250g of icing sugar

-and three tablespoons of water...

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-..for the icing.

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-This is delicious.

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-I wish you could taste it at home!

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-Add some lemon zest to the icing.

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-It looks great and tastes wonderful.

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-Rhodri from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-You don't want to share it with me.

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-What delights do you have for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-We're joined in the studio

-by 16-year-old Llyr Jones...

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-..who was born a boy but is going

-through gender reassignment.

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-Llyr has chatted about the gender

-reassignment in a documentary...

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-..and has appeared in an article

-in The Sunday Times.

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-You've already heard about

-Christian Aid Week on Prynhawn Da.

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-On tonight's Heno, we hear

-of a Christian Aid campaign...

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-..called the Big Brekkie.

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-Rhodri Davies looks at the new film,

-King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

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-The new film about King Arthur

-has a number of Welsh links...

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-..and excerpts of the film

-were shot in Snowdonia.

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-David Beckham stars in the film.

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-There's music from the talented

-singer from Anglesey, Sioned Gwyn.

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-We can't wait to hear Sioned

-perform.

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-Prynhawn Da returns at the

-usual time tomorrow afternoon.

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-Angela Killa has some legal advice.

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-Huw Rees looks at more of the latest

-high street fashion.

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-Heulwen Haf starts a new series.

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-Join Dr Jerry Hunter for America

-Gaeth a'r Cymry after the news.

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A hithau'n Wythnos Cymorth Cristnogol, bydd Peredur Owen Griffiths o'r elusen yn westai stiwdio. During Christian Aid Week, Peredur Owen Griffiths talks about the work of the charity.