Mon, 16 Nov 2015 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 16 Nov 2015

Bydd Padrig Jones yn edrych ymlaen at y Nadolig drwy baratoi'r llysiau. Padrig Jones joins us in the kitchen to show us the best ways to prepare the Christmas veg.


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-Hello and welcome to the

-first Prynhawn Da of the week.

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-One story has been hitting

-the headlines this weekend...

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-..and that's the atrocities in Paris

-on Friday night.

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-Today, Catrin Gerallt tells us more

-about this story in a moment.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-It's Monday,

-so that means we'll be cooking.

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-Paj counts down to Christmas with

-my favourite vegetable - sprouts!

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-It's 200 years since the Davy lamp

-was developed and helped miners.

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-Felix tells us more about this

-in our antiques slot today.

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-Heledd also hears of a new scheme

-that encourages children to read.

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-Glesni shares tips on creating

-those perfect party hairstyles.

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-We've got plenty to entertain you

-over the next hour on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's been impossible to avoid

-the horrific events...

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-..that took place in Paris

-on Friday night.

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-To date, we know that at least

-129 people have been killed...

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-..and many were injured

-in the four attacks in the city.

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-There's still breaking news

-on the continent...

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-..with a number of operations

-in place in France and Belgium...

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-..aiming to catch those responsible

-for the largest attack on Paris...

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-..since World War II.

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-Catrin Gerallt

-joins us to discuss this story.

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-The events in Paris

-have shocked the world.

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-It has really shaken the world.

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-This has been the only story

-in the newspapers...

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-..over the weekend.

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-We've got the stories

-of the facts...

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-..of the 129 people killed...

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-..and the 350 people

-who were injured.

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-There were many killed

-at La Belle Equipe.

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-Some 15 countries have been

-affected by the attacks.

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-Nick Alexander was one of the men...

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-..who was killed

-at the concert hall.

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-His girlfriend was also shot

-that night in the leg...

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-..and witnessed her boyfriend

-being killed.

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-A lot of people were simply out

-for a night out.

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-Every age has been affected.

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-The area of South Paris

-that was targeted...

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-..is very Bohemian.

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-It's thought that the terrorists

-were going to attack...

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-..the Stade de France.

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-The footballer, Lass Diarra...

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-..was playing football in the

-stadium at the time.

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-His cousin was killed in the attack.

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-The terrorists had planned

-to enter the stadium...

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-..but thankfully,

-they didn't get into the stadium.

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-Many tried to save the lives

-of those in the attack.

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-The people of Paris have been

-so good in this attack.

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-One lady had opened her house...

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-..to those people on the streets.

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-One doctor worked all weekend

-trying to save lives.

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-The authorities had a plan...

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-..in case the city was attack.

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-They practiced this scheme

-on Friday morning.

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-I don't know if Paris

-was more prepared for this attack...

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-..than any other cities.

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-Questions have arisen as to whether

-Paris could have done more...

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-..in order to stop the attacks.

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-It's thought that German officers

-had stopped a car...

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-..that was full of explosives

-and on its way to Paris.

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-They didn't inform France

-about this.

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-The response has been incredible.

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-There's a unity of the country.

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-Many places in the world have

-shown the colours of the Tricolore.

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-David Cameron has said that

-more people will be employed...

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-..in the fight against terrorism.

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-It's important to stop

-these attacks.

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-I don't know how France

-is going to carry on with this.

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-The people of Paris have been

-dignified in their response.

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-They want to live in peace.

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-They want to avoid

-any further attacks.

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-You've only got a few days to enter

-our autumn photography competition.

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-Here are the details.

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-We'd like to see the autumn

-through your eyes.

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-Don't worry if you don't have

-a professional camera.

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-The winner gets

-an iPad or television.

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-You have until midday

-on 20 November to enter.

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-Post any entries to Prynhawn Da,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-You can email your entries

-to [email protected]

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-You can also get in touch via

-Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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-Good luck to you.

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-Get clicking and

-send us your photographs.

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-The festive season continues

-in the kitchen with our chef, Paj.

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-Today, we're focusing on

-the all-important vegetables.

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-Where do we start, Paj?

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-We start with preparing red cabbage.

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-It's going to be cooked

-with onion...

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-..and some red wine vinegar...

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-..cinnamon and some nutmeg.

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-You want something special

-at Christmas.

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-This is part of the trimmings

-you get with Christmas dinner.

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-You have turkey or goose...

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-..and you should have

-some special accompaniments.

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-I'm using a wok for my onion.

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-Add a touch of butter and oil.

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-We'll be adding a lot of liquid too.

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-This is something that

-you can prepare beforehand...

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-..and freeze it.

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-You could also store it in a jar...

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-..similar to a chutney.

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-A lot of these things

-can be prepared beforehand.

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-You could even make your stuffing.

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-I've added some apple

-to the red cabbage.

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-You don't need to add the apple.

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-A lot of people don't like fruit

-with their vegetables.

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-I'm adding some ground cinnamon...

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-..a stick of cinnamon

-and some grated nutmeg.

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-We've also got the wine and vinegar.

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-This is left to reduce

-for about 30 minutes.

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-Place a lid on it until it's ready.

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-This is so quick and easy to make.

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-The colour improves

-as it sits in a jar.

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-It looks even better

-on Christmas Day!

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-This can be kept for about

-a month in a fridge...

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-..or about three months in a jar.

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-I think you lost our pictures.

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-We're back with you now.

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-Do you own a Davy lamp

-that's treasured by the family?

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-After the break, Felix Aubel marks

-200 years of this safety lamp...

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-..that saved many miners lives,

-including some members of my family.

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-The red cabbage has been prepared

-so next we'll prepare the sprouts.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-This month marks 200 years

-since the Davy lamp was invented...

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-..which saved the lives

-of thousands of miners.

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-This original safety lamp

-was designed to work underground.

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-Felix Aubel is here

-to tell us more about them.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What can you tell us

-about the Davy lamp?

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-Miners needed light underground.

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-Traditional lamps and naked flames

-could cause explosions underground.

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-Sir Humphry Davy was the inventor

-of the Davy lamp.

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-The first Davy lamp or safety lamp

-was created in 1815.

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-It was designed to be lit safely

-for miners to use underground...

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-..and prevent explosions.

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-It consisted of a wick lamp with

-a wire gauze to enclose the flame.

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-The holes let light pass through

-but the gauze absorbed the heat.

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-Many miners are indebted to

-Sir Humphry for saving their lives.

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-Many miners lost their lives

-during this time.

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-The managers of the mines would send

-the miners into dangerous places...

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-..underground.

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-The miners didn't take these lamps

-into the mines on their own.

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-They had to buy their own lamps.

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-There was a factory in Aberdare

-that produced these Davy lamps.

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-Sian has brought a collection of

-her own Davy lamps into the studio.

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-My father worked

-at a lamp producing factory...

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-..and they sent the lamps abroad.

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-He was handed a special lamp

-when he finished at the factory.

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-I've also brought in

-my grandfather's Davy lamp.

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-They are worth 100 to 150 each.

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-They are in perfect condition.

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-The original lamps

-were longer and thinner.

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-They were made from iron.

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-Mike Reynolds owns this lamp.

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-He worked in Betws Colliery.

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-We also have a figure of a miner.

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-The lamps are about 100 to 150.

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-The figure is worth more.

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-Glynog Davies's grandfather

-used the next lamp.

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-This is worth between 100 and 120.

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-This is a piece of anthracite

-from Cynheidre Colliery.

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-The coal doesn't rub off

-on your fingers.

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-The coal further up the valleys

-was a different coal.

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-This final lamp is a tribute to

-the coal mining industry in Wales.

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-They are worth around 40.

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-These ones are worth

-around 60 to 80.

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-Thank you.

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-Christmas is looming but

-are you prepared for the big day?

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-Next week on Prynhawn Da, we'll

-have gift ideas for all the family.

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-We'd also like to announce the

-ten schools that are shortlisted...

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-..in this year's

-Christmas Carol Competition.

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-Our thanks to everyone who entered

-as the standard was exceptional.

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-Here are the top ten schools:

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-Ysgol Bro Banw in Ammanford,

-Ysgol Bodedern, Holyhead...

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-..Ysgol Rhos Helyg in Aberystwyth,

-Ysgol Gellionnen, Swansea...

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-..and Ysgol Llwynderw

-in Swansea.

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-Ysgol Cynywd Sant, Maesteg,

-Ysgol Bryngwran on Anglesey...

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-..Ysgol Sant Curig in Barry,

-Ysgol Babanod Llanfairfechan...

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-..and Ysgol Y Graig, Llangefni.

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-Congratulations to everyone

-who reached our shortlist.

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-We look forward to hearing

-your carols next month.

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-It's time for more vegetables

-with Paj.

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-Sprouts - you either love them

-or hate them!

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-I love sprouts.

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-Many people don't like sprouts.

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-I don't like them boiled.

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-They are slightly plain.

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-I prefer this recipe.

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-I'll fry some shallots

-in some butter.

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-Shallots have a sweeter taste

-than onions.

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-I've chopped the shallots.

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-I've also chopped the sprouts.

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-Allow them to sweat in the pan.

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-Many people don't like sprouts.

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-They are still part

-of our festive dinner.

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-I try to persuade people

-to cook them like this.

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-You want them to be crispy.

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-I will also add some bacon

-to the sprouts.

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-You don't want your sprouts

-to be soft and mushy.

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-I've also added some nuts

-to the sprouts.

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-They add a different texture

-and more crunch.

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-There's also some cranberries.

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-Add the zest of a lemon as well.

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-I want to create a twist

-on a traditional recipe.

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-Pour some water into the pan

-to help the cooking process.

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-It'll stop it from drying out.

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-Season with some pepper.

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-These are simple recipes to do

-with your festive vegetables.

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-Sprouts can turn slightly brown

-after you cook them too.

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-I've also got some sage fresh from

-the garden and some chestnuts.

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-In a moment, Glesni joins Sian

-with some hairstyling advice.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Christmas is fast approaching...

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-..so Glesni has tips on styling

-our hair for the parties.

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-Paj returns

-with some roasted vegetables.

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-Children are reading less but Ysgol

-Lon Las is trying to combat this.

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-They are hosting

-a very special reading week.

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-Heledd Gwyndaf went to hear more

-about their new scheme.

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-Our schools are awash with words but

-children are not reading enough...

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-..and Ysgol Lon Las school

-is doing something about it.

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-The staff has organized a week

-of activities to promote reading.

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-Each class

-has an array of activities.

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-There's a day to dress up as our

-favourite characters from a book...

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-..and there's sponsored singing

-and reading.

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-Teachers will meet parents

-to suggest books for their children.

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-Rhiannon Jenkins

-will greet parents...

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-..and discuss reading strategies

-for the home.

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-If a child can read,

-understand and analyse...

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-..you have a child

-who will be a descent student.

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-They can turn to books

-or information on a screen...

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-..and have confidence

-in their own research.

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-The most important skill

-is the ability to be independent.

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-Create a sentence

-that includes the word, Swansea.

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-What else is happening this week,

-Mrs Thomas?

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-Aneirin Karadog has workshops

-on reading, writing and rapping.

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-# A cuppa or drink,

-everyone on the panel shout! #

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-My main aim is to have fun as that's

-the best way to spend the day.

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-It's also important to educate

-children about the Welsh language...

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-..and the possibilities it offers.

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-We also have a creative quiz where

-they create similes and rhymes.

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-There's a real spark

-in the children of Wales.

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-It's always a lot of fun

-where we all learn from each other.

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-Reading and words

-open a lot of doors.

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-The children's enthusiasm prove

-that it's fun to play with words.

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-It's a lot of fun and

-we're learning a lot of new things.

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-I like reading some books but am not

-so keen on some of the other ones.

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-What books do you enjoy?

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-I like adventure books

-with a wow factor.

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-I like reading the Clwb Cysgu Cwl

-and Ffrindiau Gorau books.

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-I try to read every night

-but it can be difficult to do that.

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-Many friends of the school

-will be reading stories and poems...

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-..and hosting a treasure hunt

-with the children.

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-Since retiring, I spend an hour

-a week helping the boys to read.

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-It's great to see them developing.

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-At the start, they are quite nervous

-but are now excited by your visit.

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-When I leave, I feel like

-I've accomplished something.

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-These are the wordsmiths

-of the future.

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-The reviewers for the Prynhawn Da

-Book Club, poets and rappers.

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-It's important to get children

-reading.

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-The Christmas parties are starting.

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-Many will be shopping

-for new outfits...

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-..but us girls enjoy having

-a different hairstyle too.

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-Glesni has joined us with some tips.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-A good hairstyle

-finishes off a great outfit.

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-We have some simple styles here.

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-Margaret has fine but great hair.

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-I've done some back-combing here

-to create some volume.

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-Backcomb the hair and the clips

-will stay in place better.

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-Margaret looks after her hair.

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-All you have to do is backcomb it.

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-I do have a kink in my hair.

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-You can also use heated rollers.

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-This is a simple hairstyle.

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-You should go

-and have your hair done...

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-..when you have got the perfect

-frock.

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-Let's take a look at Margaret

-before you styled her hair.

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-We can compare it

-with her new style.

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-Add some glitz and glamour to

-the hair.

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-I've got a few hair accessories

-for this.

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-Emma is next.

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-Emma has longer and straight hair.

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-Emma's hair has proven to be

-more problematic!

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-Her straight hair wouldn't curl

-with the heated curlers.

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-She's got a natural curl

-but she always straightens her hair.

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-I spoke to Emma about her style.

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-I've got this necklace

-that you wear on your head.

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-They are very fashionable

-at the moment.

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-They were worn in the 1980s.

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-You can purchase them in Accessorize

-and Peacocks.

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-We've got a photograph of Emma

-before you styled her hair.

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-And we can see the finished look.

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-You look lovely, Emma.

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-It's a great look for the young.

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-Paj returns after the break

-but what have you got for us?

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-Later, I've got some vegetables

-roasted with some thyme and garlic.

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-It sounds very tasty!

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-Welcome back.

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-We close today's programme

-in the kitchen with Paj.

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-We've already had the red cabbage

-and sprouts.

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-Next, we've got

-some roasted vegetables.

0:35:100:35:25

-I've chopped some parsnips,

-carrots and red onion.

0:35:290:35:34

-There's also pumpkin and swede.

0:35:340:35:43

-They need to be a similar size.

0:35:440:35:47

-These are all root vegetables.

0:35:480:35:57

-The onion is the one

-that's quickest to cook.

0:35:570:36:04

-Add some garlic...

0:36:040:36:07

-..and keep it in the skin.

0:36:070:36:21

-The clove inside the skin is much

-sweeter...

0:36:210:36:30

-..and it's just like a jam.

0:36:300:36:45

-There's rapeseed oil

-and some maple syrup.

0:36:460:36:50

-There's also a touch of butter.

0:36:510:36:54

-You can make this beforehand...

0:36:540:37:01

-..and just heat it up on the day.

0:37:020:37:07

-You can bake it in the morning...

0:37:080:37:15

-..and then reheat it later in the

-day.

0:37:150:37:20

-Here's the finished product!

0:37:200:37:29

-These have been roasted for about 40

-minutes.

0:37:290:37:36

-You can see the glaze...

0:37:360:37:42

-..if you serve them in a white bowl.

0:37:420:37:52

-You can use any sort of vegetables.

0:37:520:37:56

-These are quite common vegetables.

0:37:560:38:00

-There's nothing unusual.

0:38:000:38:06

-They look great

-and it's very simple.

0:38:060:38:12

-People go over the top

-with some vegetables...

0:38:130:38:17

-..and make more work for

-themselves.

0:38:170:38:21

-Rhodri has joined us.

0:38:210:38:26

-What delights are on Heno tonight?

0:38:260:38:32

-Geraint Hughes and Tweli Griffiths

-drops in for a chat.

0:38:320:38:35

-We're joined by Sian Stacey

-in the studio.

0:38:350:38:40

-Sian has been appointed

-Manager of Bardsey Island.

0:38:400:38:54

-She beat many people to get

-the job as the island's warden.

0:38:540:38:57

-We open our 25-year-old archive for

-a special moment with Moc Morgan.

0:38:570:39:10

-There's 38 days until Christmas.

0:39:100:39:14

-I'm very excited!

0:39:140:39:18

-Tonight, you can win an overnight

-stay at The Corran in Laugharne.

0:39:190:39:28

-Join Angharad and myself at 7.00pm.

0:39:280:39:36

-I love sprouts too.

0:39:360:39:39

-I'm glad to hear that.

0:39:390:39:45

-You can have an early

-Christmas dinner.

0:39:450:39:54

-Tell us what you've got here.

0:39:540:39:57

-I've got roast turkey,

-pigs in blankets...

0:39:570:40:03

-..roast potatoes

-and the red cabbage.

0:40:040:40:09

-We've got the

-roasted vegetables too.

0:40:090:40:23

-There's also some gravy...

0:40:230:40:27

-..made from the turkey giblets

-and chicken wings.

0:40:270:40:30

-Mari Grug loves giblets!

0:40:310:40:43

-We can hear more about the turkey

-in the coming weeks.

0:40:430:40:46

-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow

-at the usual time.

0:40:460:40:49

-Heledd takes a trip to Swansea.

0:40:490:40:51

-There's a new exhibition

-about Welsh pioneers...

0:40:510:40:54

-..but where did they leave

-their mark?

0:40:540:40:57

-I'm looking at it now!

0:40:580:41:00

-There's one mother's story

-who had her baby 16 weeks early.

0:41:010:41:06

-We start a new series on charities

-in the build up to Christmas.

0:41:060:41:13

-Tomorrow, we hear from Age Cymru.

0:41:130:41:16

-Becws follows the news and weather

-on S4C at 3.00pm.

0:41:160:41:20

-Today, Beca recreates her favourite

-recipes from her childhood.

0:41:200:41:28

-Enjoy the rest of your afternoon.

0:41:280:41:30

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:310:41:32

-.

0:41:330:41:33

Bydd Padrig Jones yn edrych ymlaen at y Nadolig drwy baratoi'r llysiau. Padrig Jones joins us in the kitchen to show us the best ways to prepare the Christmas veg.


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