Mon, 20 Nov 2017 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 20 Nov 2017

Cawn olwg ar bapurau'r penwythnos a byddwn yn paratoi mins peis yn y gegin. A look at the weekend papers, advice on cooking mince pies and plenty of beauty tips.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on this gloomy afternoon.

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-Thankfully the rain

-isn't falling everywhere!

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-We've got plenty in store for you

-on this Monday afternoon.

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-We join Catrin in the kitchen

-for some mince pies with a twist.

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-Marie Curie was born 150 years ago.

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-Dr Elin Jones tells us of the woman

-behind the charity and her efforts.

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-Marion has essential morning-after

-skincare tips for the party season.

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-We also learn about dark matter

-at Swansea's Physics Department.

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-Join Owain and me over the next

-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start by reviewing the papers

-with Elena Mai Roberts.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Our first article

-is from the sporting world.

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-It isn't about the questionable

-behaviour of our rugby team...

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-..but the resignation of the

-national football team's coach.

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-This story has cast a shadow

-over every other sporting story.

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-The news broke

-on late Friday night.

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-Chris Coleman has resigned as

-the Wales football team's manager.

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-It wasn't a shock

-that Coleman was leaving...

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-..but a huge shock to hear

-that he was going to Sunderland.

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-Sunderland have appointed

-Coleman as their new manager.

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-Sunderland are at the bottom

-of the league.

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-Coleman will be the ninth manager

-in six years.

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-They played a friendly

-over the weekend.

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-They didn't win and it's lucky that

-Coleman wasn't around to see it.

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-We knew that Coleman

-was in talks with the FAW.

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-He wanted more money for his job

-and for his staff.

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-The FAW are there

-to support the sport.

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-The FAW couldn't compete with

-Sunderland's offer of 1 million.

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-This sees an increase

-of his income by over 50%!

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-He's got quite a task on his hands

-with Sunderland.

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-Coleman had the difficult role

-of succeeding...

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-..the late, Gary Speed

-following his death in 2011.

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-A lot of people weren't happy

-when Coleman took over Gary Speed.

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-Supporters would chant,

-"There's only one Gary Speed!"

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-Do you think after the Euros

-that he's had his highlight?

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-During the Euros...

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-..we all fell in love with football.

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-Many people booked time off

-to watch the matches.

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-My brother walked out from his job

-to watch the games.

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-The Euros captured the imagination.

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-But the team has become

-more than a team now.

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-We've got great players now.

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-Coleman has also shown his face

-at many momentous events...

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-..that involved the Welsh language.

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-Chris Coleman hopes his replacement

-is a passionate Welshman.

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-There are several contenders

-to replace Chris Coleman.

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-Manchester United legend, Ryan Giggs

-is a favourite to replace Coleman.

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-Giggs is a fantastic player.

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-He's a club player though.

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-Our second article

-is from The Observer.

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-The article refers to

-a crisis in childcare.

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-Thousands of nurseries have closed

-since the Tories have been in power.

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-The Tories promised 30 hours of

-free childcare for working parents.

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-Parents of three and four year olds

-were entitled to 30 hours of care...

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-..if each earns less than 100,000.

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-That sounds like a lot of money.

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-They need to reduce this figure.

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-This scheme hasn't had

-a very good start.

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-They haven't worked out the figures

-properly.

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-Authorities pay nurseries

-and childminders only 4.27 an hour.

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-Thousands of nurseries have closed

-as a result.

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-It's poor planning.

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-Many parents will be watching today

-and will hate me for saying this...

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-..but many children go

-to breakfast clubs...

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-..and don't need to go.

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-After the break...

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-..we join Catrin in the kitchen who

-is preparing a batch of mince pies.

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-The historian, Dr Elin Jones also

-discusses the story of Marie Curie.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're counting down to Christmas.

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-Owain can't wait!

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-I can't wait for Christmas.

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-Catrin has got a tasty twist

-for a festive favourite.

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-These mince pies differ

-to your traditional variety.

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-I'm making some nutty

-orange crumble mince pies.

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-The pastry is flavoured with orange.

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-I love making mince pies.

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-It reminds me of Christmas.

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-I won't make the mincemeat itself.

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-We start with the pastry.

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-There's 500g of plain flour

-and 380g of cold butter.

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-Keep the ingredients cold.

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-This helps to make a light pastry.

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-Sweeten the pastry

-with 180g of icing sugar.

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-This combines with the rest

-of the ingredients much better.

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-You need the zest of one orange...

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-..and bind it

-all with the orange juice.

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-This makes a lot of pastry.

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-You can freeze it

-in different sizes...

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-..and use it

-as and when you need it.

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-You can either freeze the parts

-of the mince pies...

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-..or cook them and freeze

-the completed mince pies.

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-How many pies will you make

-out of this mixture?

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-This mixture should make

-about 40 mince pies.

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-The pastry should be allowed to

-rest in a fridge for about an hour.

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-Scatter some flour on the work top.

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-Don't over flour the work top

-or you'll get a dry pastry.

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-Keep turning the pastry...

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-..as you roll it out.

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-The recipe for mince pies

-dates back to the 13th century.

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-They were savoury at first

-because sugar was very expensive.

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-They were spiced

-and used meat and dried fruit.

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-These developed into

-sweeter versions over time.

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-Let's move to the crumble topping.

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-It's 200g of plain flour, 100g of

-butter, 100g of Demerara sugar...

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-..and an array of mixed nuts.

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-The crumble goes on top

-of the mincemeat.

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-These are baked

-for about 20 minutes.

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-I've made a mess!

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-You'll have more time

-to make them at home.

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-These can be frozen

-for about a month.

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-It's a great recipe

-to make as a family.

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-Catrin returns later to make

-chocolate brownie mince pies.

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-You can get your hands on a pair of

-tickets to this weekend's clash...

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-..between Wales and New Zealand

-at the Principality Stadium.

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-All you have to do is answer

-this simple question:

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-In which city is the Wales

-rugby team playing their home games?

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-1) Swansea, 2) Cardiff,

-or 3) St Asaph?

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-The number to call

-is 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phones lines close

-at 3.00pm today.

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

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-Email [email protected],

-or visit the S4C website for terms.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Marie Curie:

-The Courage of Knowledge...

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-..is released in a selection

-of cinemas this Friday.

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-She was a pioneering scientist and

-this year marks her 150th birthday.

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-Dr Elin Jones joins us

-to discuss her further.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-She was born in Poland.

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-Take us back to the early years

-of her life.

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-She was born to a poor family.

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-Her parents were teachers.

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-You could argue that

-she was an economic immigrant...

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-..as she left Poland

-to study in France.

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-Marie Curie studied

-Mathematics and Physics...

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-..at the renowned

-Sorbonne University.

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-Marie got married to a fellow

-scientist called Pierre Curie.

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-Marie and her husband, Pierre

-worked closely together...

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-..to discover the attributes

-of uranium.

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-She was responsible for discovering

-two chemical elements...

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-..namely polonium and radium.

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-Polonium was named after her home

-land of Poland.

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-In 1903, Marie shared

-the Noble Prize in Physics...

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-..with her husband, Pierre.

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-Her husband, Pierre was killed

-in a road accident in 1911.

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-In 1906, following Pierre's death...

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-..the University of Paris retained

-the chair...

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-..that had been created

-for Pierre...

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-..and they offered it to Marie.

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-Marie became the first woman...

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-..to become a professor

-at the University of Paris.

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-She did all this

-despite being a woman.

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-She won the Noble Prize in Chemistry

-in 1911.

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-This woman came from nothing...

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-..to win some of the highest

-prizes in the scientific world.

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-No matter her background

-she was willing to work hard.

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-We've all had x-rays.

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-She came up with this idea.

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-Her legacy continues today.

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-Marie ran campaigns to raise funds

-to help the wounded soldiers...

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-..and was assisted by her daughter,

-Irene.

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-Marie Curie's grandchildren, Helene

-and Pierre are still alive...

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-..and both are highly awarded

-scientists in their own right.

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-Everybody has heard of the name

-of Marie Curie.

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-I hope the film does justice

-to her name.

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-I remember seeing pictures

-in the magazine, Girls...

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-..of Marie Curie and her husband.

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-She died in 1934.

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-She had been very ill

-because of the dangers of her work.

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-They realized the potential

-of X-rays...

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-..but didn't realize its dangers.

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-It's about time that her life

-and work was shown on the screen.

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-She was a very intelligent woman.

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-She was very successful

-at that period.

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-Yes, and it was very difficult

-for women at that time...

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-..and she was also an immigrant.

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-She stood her ground

-despite all the opposition.

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-She wanted to help the world.

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-Her name is very important.

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-It will stand the tests of time.

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-Yes, the charity that

-takes her name does wonder.

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-It's very interesting to see

-all that she has done.

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-It's very interesting to see

-all that she has done.

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-She's a true heroine of mine.

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-She's a true inspiration.

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-There's plenty still to come today

-so join us in a couple of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Later, we join Steff the weatherman

-at Swansea University...

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-..to learn about invisible matter

-that's also known as dark matter.

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-Catrin also returns to bake

-some chocolate brownie mince pies.

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-We can't wait to sample them!

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-It's the season of parties.

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-I'm sure many people will have

-a bad head after those late nights.

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-Marion is here to show us

-how to deal with tired skin.

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-It's when one drink turns into two,

-three and four!

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-The best thing to do is

-that you don't drink too much.

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-You should drink water

-during the night.

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-Drink a glass of water...

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-..with every alcoholic drink.

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-Joan Collins has a great way

-to stop your eyes getting puffy.

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-There's ice in the water.

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-This is left to soak around the eyes

-with some cotton wool...

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-..and it will stop the skin

-from being puffy.

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-You could also submerge your head

-in a pan of cold water.

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-These tips are ideal

-for both men and women.

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-When you wear make-up,

-you lose a lot of moisture.

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-Your skin absorbs a lot

-of the moisture.

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-You can use a spray

-to set your make-up.

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-It also rehydrates the skin.

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-What about removing make-up

-before going to bed?

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-It's very important

-to remove your make-up...

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-..before going to bed!

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-It isn't a very nice feeling.

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-You can use a mask

-to remove the make-up...

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-..but it removes all the toxins

-in the make-up and the skin.

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-There's also a product by Lancome.

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-It only takes five minutes

-to use this mask.

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-You should do it in the morning.

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-There's also an exfoliator.

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-Your skin will look grey

-in the morning...

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-..and the exfoliator will help

-to remove all the badness.

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-We need to add moisture to the skin.

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-The Neutrogena is a great gel.

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-L'Oreal has a product that helps

-your skin to retain moisture...

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-..for up to three days!

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-It helps to make your skin

-feel cool and moisturized.

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-There's also wipes for the eyes.

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-The Marks and Spencer cleansing

-cloths for the eyes are 13.

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-It's very expensive because

-of the ingredients in the wipes.

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-It's very expensive because

-of the ingredients in the wipes.

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-The Clinique product is great too.

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-We've got Puff Off by Benefit.

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-The front of the package

-looks like an iron.

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-You iron out all the wrinkles!

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-There's a lot of Vitamin C

-in some of these products...

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-when you drink a lot of alcohol.

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-I can't wait to look ten times

-better on Sunday morning!

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-Scientists have collected evidence

-and information about the universe.

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-However, invisible dark matter

-remains something of a mystery.

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-Swansea's Physics Department held

-a conference about dark matter...

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-..to educate people

-and our Steff about it.

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-The universe or the whole of space

-and time is a scientific mystery.

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-The cosmos houses things that cannot

-be seen by telescopes from Earth.

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-In my job, I don't look further than

-the atmosphere or troposphere...

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-..as this is where

-all the weather takes place.

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-Today, I'm at the Physics Department

-of Swansea University...

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-..where they look beyond

-the atmosphere at the dark matter.

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-Dark matter

-is matter that cannot be seen.

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-This is the first year for them to

-hold a Dark Matter Day.

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-It's held on 31 October...

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-..because it's Halloween and

-a day to celebrate spooky things!

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-Dark matter is mysterious

-and almost like a puzzle...

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-..so events have been held

-around that date.

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-We're hosting a lot of events

-in Swansea today.

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-There's interactive workshops,

-lectures in English and Welsh...

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-..a panel discussion

-and a question and answer session.

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-These days are important to raise

-awareness of this exciting topic...

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-..but it also shows young people

-and the public...

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-..that we don't know everything and

-some questions need to be answered.

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-Cari Powell is doing a doctorate

-and she gave a lecture on the day.

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-We only know about 5%

-of the universe.

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-That equates to 12% of matter

-and the rest is dark matter.

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-We need to know what's out there to

-understand our role in the universe.

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-We've done theoretical physics

-to find cells of dark matter.

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-Our results can be given

-to other scientists...

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-..who can do further experiments

-to check our theories.

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-You study beyond the atmosphere,

-so is there life out there?

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-NASA has spotted planets

-that resemble the Earth...

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-..in a Goldilocks Zone

-which means that it's habitable.

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-They have found water

-on a few planets...

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-..as well as micro-organisms

-as opposed to people or aliens!

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-This field is complicated, deep

-and mysterious but also exciting.

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-Dark matter is very important

-to Earth.

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-Without dark matter,

-there would be many questions...

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-..about the ability of the universe

-to remain intact.

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-This can excite young people as it's

-invisible but it affects the Earth.

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-It's like a jigsaw

-with missing pieces.

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-The world's researchers must find

-the missing pieces of the jigsaw.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We've returned to the kitchen.

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-Catrin is making more mince pies.

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-Earlier, you made some nutty orange

-crumble mince pies.

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-The nutty orange crumble mince pies

-you made earlier were delicious.

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-It's the best mince pie I've tasted!

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-What's on the menu now, Catrin?

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-Not everyone likes

-traditional mince pies.

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-Chocolate brownie mince pies

-are on the menu now.

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-I've made the pastry

-and allowed it to chill.

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-We start with the brownie.

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-We start with 100g of butter

-and 175g of light brown sugar.

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-Leave it to cream.

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-Add two eggs gradually.

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-I've melted 100g of dark chocolate.

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-Add the eggs gradually

-to the mixture.

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-The chocolate is left to cool before

-adding it to the mixture.

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-Fold the chocolate into the mixture.

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-Owain has tried them.

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-Yvonne has enjoyed my mince pies.

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-You can make traditional pies

-with a plain topping.

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-You can also make one large pie.

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-Pour in the chocolate

-and 100g of plain flour.

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-Fold it into the mixture.

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-Add 250g of the mincemeat.

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-Alternatively, You can place it

-on the bottom as well.

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-Fold the entire mixture.

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-Scoop a tablespoon into each pie.

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-These will be nice and warm

-when they come out of the oven.

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-Dark chocolate

-is better for you too.

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-You want to taste

-a strong chocolate flavour.

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-Bake at 160C or gas mark 6.

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-Leave to cook for 25 to 30 minutes.

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-They take longer to cook

-than the previous pies.

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-You can keep these mince pies

-for about five days in a tin.

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-You can also chill and freeze them.

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-You can leave them for a week.

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-You can also warm them.

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-Whip some double cream with

-the juice and zest of an orange.

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-You can sweeten it

-with some Cointreau too.

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-I've also beaten an egg.

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-Dip some cranberries into the egg.

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-These are then dipped in sugar.

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-Decorate the pie with the cream

-and the cranberries.

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-It's a simple decoration.

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-I like custard with my mince pies.

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-My grandmother would

-enjoy her mince pies run!

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-She would deliver them

-to her friends.

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-My mother likes to make mince pies

-with jam.

0:39:520:39:55

-Rhodri Owen from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Are you a fan of mince pies, Rhodri?

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-Yes, I love them.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

0:40:060:40:10

-The Welsh Whisperer

-will be performing for us.

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-He's quite a character.

0:40:240:40:26

-We meet another of our finalists...

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-..in our competition

-to find Wales' new Gelert.

0:40:300:40:35

-Tonight,

-we meet Olga from Caernarfon.

0:40:350:40:40

-Rhodri Gomer chats with the rower,

-Zac Lee Green.

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-Zac has just won a silver medal

-at the World Rowing Championships.

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-..with the premiere of a short film

-in the It's My Shout project.

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-It's an important night on Heno...

0:40:540:40:57

-..with the premiere of a short film

-in the It's My Shout project.

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-Shannon Williams and Kelly Pitts

-chat about their roles...

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-..in the short film, Ffeithiau Amgen

-as part of It's My Shout.

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-That's all from us today.

0:41:210:41:23

-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da,

-Dr Llinos discusses loneliness.

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-We celebrate

-Explore Your Archive Week.

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-The S4C news and weather

-is followed by Cerdded y Llinell.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Cawn olwg ar bapurau'r penwythnos a byddwn yn paratoi mins peis yn y gegin. A look at the weekend papers, advice on cooking mince pies and plenty of beauty tips.


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