Mon, 18 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 18 Jan 2016

Ymunwch â ni heddiw pan fydd Lisa yn coginio, Ciron yn adolygu'r papurau ac Emma yn rhoi cyngor harddwch. Join us today when Lisa will be cooking and Emma will be giving beauty ...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Blue Monday.

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-How are you feeling today?

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-You're looking blue today!

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-I woke up this morning

-and felt very bleak.

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-I realized

-that I was presenting with you...

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-..and things went from bad to worse.

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-Don't worry about Blue Monday

-as we're here to boost your spirits.

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-Today, Lisa has a heart-warming

-beef stew and red fruit crumble.

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-This week, S4C is celebrating

-the South Wales Valleys.

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-We meet the Rhondda-born actor and

-presenter, Rhydian Bowen Phillips.

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-Emma Jenkins looks at the latest

-trends in the world of make-up.

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-We visit a new business in the town

-of Cardigan that offers some style!

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-Join Owain and me for the next

-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start today's programme by

-looking at some of the headlines...

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-..from the weekend newspapers.

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-Today,

-we're joined by Ciron Gruffydd.

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-Welcome to the programme, Ciron.

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-We start

-with today being Blue Monday.

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-Has there been a lot

-in the newspapers about Blue Monday?

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-The papers are full of stories

-about Blue Monday.

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-I suspect there isn't a lot of other

-things in the news.

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-There's been new research...

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-..that suggests that more and more

-people...

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-..are feeling "blue" on this day.

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-It's thought that this day came from

-a holiday programme...

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-..in a bid to sell more holidays

-at this time of year.

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-I'm lucky to be on Prynhawn Da today

-so don't feel blue!

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-Let's turn to The Times and

-an article about David Cameron.

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-David Cameron has stated that all of

-those people who move to Britain...

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-..should learn English within

-two years of being in the country.

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-It's believed that a number

-of Muslim women in Britain...

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-..are not able to speak English...

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-..despite living in Britain

-for many years.

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-David Cameron has set aside funds

-to run English classes...

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-..so that people

-can learn the language.

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-Many have spoken out against

-this idea already.

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-People have been chatting

-about the figures...

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-..that have been released

-in the newspapers.

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-The government has been making cuts

-to the language centres...

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-..but they are trying to get more

-people to learn the language.

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-I suggest we could get more people

-to learn Welsh.

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-Let's turn to the Western Mail.

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-It's been revealed that hundreds

-of jobs in the UK will be lost...

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-..in the company, Tata Steel.

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-The majority of the job losses

-at Tata Steel...

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-..will be in Port Talbot.

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-Some 750 jobs will be lost

-in Port Talbot.

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-The writing has been on the wall

-for the steel industry...

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-..but this still doesn't make it

-easier for the people.

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-Will there be more cuts?

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-Tata is making over 1 million

-of losses at the moment.

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-I suspect this will lead to more

-cuts in the future.

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-China is selling steel

-for a cheaper price than Britain.

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-It's a horrible situation.

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-Carwyn Jones has asked David Cameron

-to do something about it.

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-We move to Wales Online

-for our next story.

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-Wales Online has an article

-about a super fan of Welsh rugby.

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-Luke White is from Newport and

-his body is covered in tattoos...

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-..of Welsh rugby players,

-the Millennium Stadium...

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-..and the full

-Welsh National Anthem.

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-Luke has tattoos of Sam Warburton,

-Jamie Roberts and Shane Williams.

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-The name of the Millennium Stadium

-has changed.

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-I wonder if he'll change his

-tattoo!

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-Which rugby player would you have?

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-I don't know.

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-I'll have to think about that.

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-The Six Nations start next month.

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-Warren Gatland will release his team

-tomorrow...

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-..for the Six Nations.

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-The team is announced at midday

-tomorrow.

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-Tonight, Newport plays against

-Blackburn Rovers...

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-..in the third round match

-of the Emirate FA Cup.

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-Coverage of the match

-starts at 7.00pm on S4C.

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-The game was postponed due

-to bad weather.

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-Let's hope Newport gets through to

-the fourth round of the FA Cup,

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-Good luck to Newport.

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-Do you know someone who works

-tirelessly in your community?

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-If the answer is "yes," then Alwyn

-Humphreys wants to hear from you!

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-Over the years, I've presented

-Salt of the Earth plates...

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-..to hundreds of very worthy

-recipients all over Wales.

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-I'm sure there's someone in your

-area who deserves this accolade...

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-..and to be named Salt of the Earth.

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-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-You can email us at

-[email protected]

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-Alternatively, contact us

-via Facebook or Twitter.

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-We look forward to hearing from you.

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-Make sure you contact us

-with your nominations.

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-It's time for our first visit of

-the day to the Prynhawn Da kitchen.

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-Today, we're joined by Lisa Fearn.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm starting to feel better now.

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-I don't feel blue any more.

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-What are you making for us today?

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-This is a recipe to warm

-your heart...

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-..and raise your spirits.

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-The first recipe

-is for a warming beef stew.

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-I've started with some

-braising steak.

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-This has to be cooked

-for a long time.

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-This is going into the stew.

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-There's also an array of

-ingredients...

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-..such as red peppers, a hot paprika

-and a smoked paprika...

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-..a red jam and some tomato puree

-and some vinegar.

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-The ingredients sound great, but

-what is the name of this dish?

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-This is for the beef stew

-or goulash.

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-It's called a goulash in Hungary.

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-I'm hungry!

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-That was a bad joke!

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-There's a lot of colours

-in this dish.

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-It's important to have colour

-in your food.

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-It's just as important

-as the flavour.

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-Coat the meat in some seasoned

-flour.

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-This is fried so that you can seal

-the meat.

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-It's fried in a touch of oil.

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-You want to colour the meat.

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-I've done the same to some smoked

-bacon and onions...

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-..and some red pepper.

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-I want some colour on the meat.

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-Start them in small batches...

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-..as it's easier to colour the

-various ingredients.

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-Next, we add the garlic.

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-I've got a great device.

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-It's a great little thing.

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-Add a whole clove of garlic

-into the top.

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-Push it back and forth...

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-..and it chops the garlic for you.

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-I want this device.

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-Nothing's worse than having hands

-smelling of garlic.

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-You can also keep the garlic

-in the fridge.

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-It should keep for about a week.

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-Add a litre of beef stock.

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-We've also got the paprika.

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-There's the smoked paprika and some

-hot paprika.

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-The smoked paprika isn't hot.

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-After about an hour or 90 minutes...

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-..the stock will thicken.

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-There's also some bay leaves.

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-I've also added some carrots.

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-You can add any vegetables.

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-Could you put this in

-the slow cooker?

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-This is a perfect recipe

-for a slow cooker...

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-..but I would still

-cook the meat first.

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-The beetroot also adds colour

-to the dish.

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-This has thickened over time thanks

-to the flour.

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-This is ready to be served.

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-You can serve it as a soup or with

-some vegetables.

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-There's only one fork!

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-After the break, we're joined

-by Rhydian Bowen Phillips...

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-..to hear about S4C's week that

-highlights the South Wales Valleys.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-I've got to tell you

-that the goulash was delicious.

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-Later, Lisa's back

-with a red fruit crumble.

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-This week, S4C is celebrating

-the South Wales Valleys...

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-..and today, we're joined

-by a young man from the Rhondda.

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-Rhydian Bowen Phillips,

-welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You were raised in the Valleys.

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-What was your childhood like?

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-I was born in Aberdare.

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-I was raised in Porth, Rhondda.

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-I attended Ysgol Gynradd

-Gymraeg Llwyncelyn...

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-..and Ysgol Gyfun y Cymer.

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-I have fantastic memories

-of growing up in Porth.

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-The Rhondda is a special place...

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-..it has many fantastic

-and kind characters.

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-It was difficult for the area

-at times.

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-Everyone had to come together

-and work together at times.

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-My family were an important part

-of the community.

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-I used to live at Penrhiwgwynt,

-which overlooked Porth.

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-I could see the secondary school

-and my father's chapel.

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-My father was a minister in Porth

-for over 30 years.

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-He also worked in the courts.

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-He was very important.

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-Everyone knew my father.

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-Was it common to speak Welsh

-in the area?

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-There wasn't a lot of Welsh

-in the area.

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-My mother could understand Welsh...

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-..but she never used to speak it

-due to confidence.

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-My father knew the Welsh hymns...

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-..but they sent my sister

-to Ysgol Rhydfelin.

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-I was one of the first

-to go to Ysgol Gyfun y Cymer.

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-There were 85 of us

-in the first year.

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-We ruled the school!

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-We were the first to go through

-the Welsh-language school system.

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-Things have changed now.

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-There are many more Welsh primary

-schools in the area.

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-You've lived in Cardiff for many

-years.

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-The Rhondda is still your home.

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-Yes, I will always think

-of the Rhondda as home.

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-I would like to move home

-at some point.

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-My sister lives in Pontypridd.

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-Our friends still live in the area.

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-Chris Bryant, the parliamentary

-member lives in our home now.

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-My nephew, Osian has been working

-on a series about the Rhondda.

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-The series will appear on S4C

-in March.

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-People are always quick to judge

-the Valleys.

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-We have a lot of history and talent.

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-The series will look

-at the people of the area.

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-I don't appear in the programme.

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-You're very busy at the moment.

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-Yes, but I look forward

-to seeing the series.

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-You're recently appearing

-in Pobol y Cwm.

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-Let's see Rhydian in action

-in Pobol y Cwm.

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-I'm angry with myself

-about what happened yesterday.

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-I did nothing to you.

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-I know and I'm sorry.

-It was Sioned's fault.

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-Hush, Mummy's here.

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-You've got a child.

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-You should have said and

-we could have raised him together.

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-Stay where you are

-and don't you dare touch him.

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-Who are you?

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-Vicky's boyfriend. Who are you?

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-Your character

-is quite a wicked man!

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-I recently joined the cast of

-Pobol y Cwm to play Dewi Owen.

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-Dewi is the partner of Vicky...

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-..and he creates

-a lot of problems for people.

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-Dewi creates problems

-for Mark, Ed and Sioned.

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-You can see Friday's episode again

-tonight.

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-I like the variety

-all of the different jobs offer me.

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-I would like to return to singing.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment,

-we visit a new business in Cardigan.

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-Lisa Fearn returns

-and rustles up a red fruit crumble.

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-Make-up is much like fashion in that

-its trends change for year to year.

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-Emma, our make-up expert,

-and our model, Nia...

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-..join me to show me

-the popular trends for 2016.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What have you found?

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-I looked through the shops to see

-what new products are available.

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-The cheaper labels don't usually

-bring many new items out.

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-The concealer by Seventeen

-is 6.99.

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-As an adult, I don't usually

-choose these products...

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-..but this is fantastic.

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-The natural look

-will be important this year.

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-These concealers will look natural.

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-These are lightweight...

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-..and I've added some

-to Nia's blemishes.

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-You have powder, cream blusher

-and brushes in these kits.

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-Are you a fan of no make-up make-up?

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-Yes, I'm a fan of the look.

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-It looks great on the skin.

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-I'm used to a heavier look

-around the eyes.

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-It will take less time

-to do the natural make-up look.

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-The liquid lipsticks

-are going to be big this year.

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-I've ordered some from a company in

-America, but they haven't arrived.

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-We have lip-gloss from

-Estee Lauder which costs 20.

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-This look will give definition

-to the lips...

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-..but we're keeping

-to neutral colours.

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-The tones are natural.

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-There's more pigment in these

-colours than other glosses.

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-Older glosses have less colour.

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-Next, we have the best mascara

-I've ever tried.

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-I have a clip of when I applied

-the mascara this morning.

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-I'm wearing it today.

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-I've texted all of my friends

-about it.

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-This is "the" one.

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-I've wasted so much money on mascara

-in the past.

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-The mascara is by Guerlain

-and costs 24.

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-This is worth the price.

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-It would make a difference

-on a night out.

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-Next, we have a product by L'Oreal

-which costs 7.99.

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-This is make-up setting spray.

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-I tried it over the weekend.

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-My brows stayed in place.

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-You spritz it over the face.

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-This is quite refreshing.

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-This will keep your make-up on

-all day.

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-Some people have used hairspray.

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-I've done it in the past,

-but it isn't great for the skin.

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-Next, we have a make-up remover.

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-Others feel like water,

-but this product is great.

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-The make-up remover

-by Soap and Glory that is 6.

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-I wouldn't spend 6

-on a make-up remover!

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-Soap and water doesn't cost 6.

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-Soap removes moisture from the skin.

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-You will look old from using soap

-and water.

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-In recent months, we've met people

-from Wales who have a new business.

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-Today, Yvonne visits Cardigan.

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-Meinir Bowen and her partner, Dai...

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-..have owned the Castle Hotel

-in Aberaeron for over ten years.

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-They diversified into fashion

-with shops called Steil...

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-..in both Aberaeron and Cardigan.

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-Why did you decide to open

-a clothes shop in Cardigan, Meinir?

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-I felt that Cardigan

-is a thriving town...

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-..so thought that a new clothes shop

-would be ideal for the community.

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-Sales are good at the moment

-as we stock something for everybody.

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-Our brands include Noa Noa,

-In Wear and Part Two.

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-Fransa is a cheaper collection

-but the quality is still excellent.

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-It was high time to cast my eye

-over the collections.

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-There's a more casual look

-to these items.

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-Yes, and we've got a deep green.

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-These are lovely jeans that could be

-teamed with an long top...

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-..and the poncho will keep you warm

-in the winter.

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-Ponchos are very fashionable.

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-Ponchos are very fashionable.

-

-Yes, they are.

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-I've noticed that plum

-is an important colour this season.

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-Yes, and this deep plum is ideal

-for your colourings, Yvonne.

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-Wear the trousers with a kimono

-that is a new style this year.

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-It's winter, so what garment

-awaits me in the changing room?

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-Meinir has found the ideal

-winter wardrobe for me.

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-I'd better go and pay!

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-Steil doesn't only

-offer women's clothes...

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-..as they recently opened a store

-for men in Aberaeron.

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-The shop has been open

-for about four months.

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-It made sense that it was part

-of the women's shop.

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-We stock Gant, Fynch-Hatton,

-Peter Werth and French Connection.

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-The women tend to buy the clothes

-for their men...

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-..but we have male customers

-who dive in, shop, pay and go.

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-Was it difficult for you

-to establish these clothes shops?

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-It wasn't difficult

-but certainly challenging.

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-The hotel

-takes up a lot of our time.

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-We have a shop in Aberaeron

-so had the format in place.

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-It was simply a case

-of expanding to Cardigan...

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-..and with the men's shop

-in Aberaeron.

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-After the break,

-we'll be returning to the kitchen.

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-What is on the menu, Lisa?

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-I've got a special crumble

-that's made of red fruit.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We close today's programme

-in the kitchen with Lisa Fearn.

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-What delights have you got for us

-this time, Lisa?

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-The second recipe is for

-a special crumble using red fruit.

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-We start with the fruit.

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-I've got some great colours today.

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-These look great in the fruit bowl.

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-You can use any red fruit.

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-Most of these aren't in season...

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-..so you can buy summer fruits that

-are frozen...

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-..in your supermarkets.

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-They are picked and

-frozen straight away.

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-It means you can store them

-for a long time.

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-I like to use a mixture of fresh

-and frozen fruit.

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-I've prepared the plums and removed

-the stone from the middle.

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-I'm not a fan of fruit.

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-You can hide them in a crumble.

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-I've got some butter in the pan...

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-..and to that we add the plums,

-peaches and cherries.

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-There's also some blueberries and

-raspberries.

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-These will release some juice.

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-Taste this before you add the sugar.

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-A lot of people prefer it to be

-sour.

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-You can add a touch of lemon.

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-It helps the fruit to release their

-natural flavour.

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-It needs to resemble breadcrumbs.

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-The children never know when to stop

-making the topping...

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-..and end up with large lumps!

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-Add a touch of sugar to this.

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-I'm also adding some granola.

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-It's got cranberries and some

-pumpkin seeds.

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-This is ready to go on the top.

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-You could freeze the topping...

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-..until you're ready to prepare it.

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-You could also make individual

-crumbles...

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-..and freeze them.

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-Add some more of the frozen berries.

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-You can also use any leftover

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-It's great in this dish.

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-This will last for quite a while

-in the fridge.

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-People buy it at Christmas.

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-A lot of people have got some

-leftover.

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-I found one in the fridge that had

-been in there for a long time.

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-It seemed alright!

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-It should be alright if it hasn't

-been opened.

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-You should store it in the fridge...

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-..if you've opened the pot.

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-Add some sugar and some lemon juice.

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-You can try it to see if it needs

-anything else.

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-That's lovely,

-even if I do say so myself!

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-I'm going to make some individual

-ones.

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-These can be frozen.

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-Reheat them in the microwave.

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-The crumble goes over the top.

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-This is baked in the oven for about

-20-30 minutes.

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-You only need the cook the flour.

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-Rhydian Bowen Phillips has been

-our guest in the studio today.

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-Are you a fan of a fruit crumble,

-Rhydian?

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-Mam would make these kinds

-of recipes.

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-I use my kitchen to make a cuppa.

-That's about it.

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-Would you ever compete

-on a cookery programme?

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-No, I don't think so.

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-Come and try some of this.

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-Let's get ready to crumble!

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-That's delicious, Lisa.

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-You can also view our recipes online

-at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Contact us if you've got a culinary

-question for one of our chefs.

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-You need to try this, Owain.

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-You need to try this, Owain.

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-The granola adds extra texture.

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-There isn't a Heno this evening...

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-..due to coverage of the Newport

-v Blackburn Rovers football match.

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow and

-one lucky viewer gets a makeover.

0:41:160:41:21

-We taste an array of tea

-and learn about its health benefits.

0:41:210:41:24

-There's the prized possessions of a

-resident of the South Wales Valleys.

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-Until tomorrow, it's

-a very good afternoon to you all.

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Ymunwch â ni heddiw pan fydd Lisa yn coginio, Ciron yn adolygu'r papurau ac Emma yn rhoi cyngor harddwch. Join us today when Lisa will be cooking and Emma will be giving beauty advice.


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