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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-It's great to have your company.
-Ciron Gruffydd is here to review
-the weekend newspaper headlines.
-We look forward to our chat.
-This is what else we've got for you.
-Nerys prepares a comforting pie
-and pudding during this cold snap.
-Today is Walking the Dog Day.
-Catrin Davies is a professional dog
-walker and is here to tell us more.
-Our hairstylist, Wendy demonstrates
-different ways to curl our tresses.
-We focus on alternative therapies
-and put reiki under the microscope.
-Curls, cooking and canines
-tempt your palate this Monday.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-Let's start Monday's programme by
-looking at the weekend newspapers.
-Today's columnist is Ciron Gruffydd.
-Welcome to the studio, Ciron.
-We start with a hot topic.
-The European Union referendum
-is reported in The Independent.
-We cast our eyes over an article
-in today's Independent newspaper.
-Boris Johnson has announced that
-he's backing Britain leaving Europe.
-He's got enough on his plate
-as the Mayor of London.
-He claims that he is the face
-for leaving Europe.
-It's a big gamble for him.
-This could put him in line
-for Number 10.
-He wants to throw his hat in
-during this race.
-There will be a battle of the
-characters during this campaign.
-He has brought a lot of attention
-to this campaign.
-He's out on the streets and makes
-his presence felt among the public.
-There are a few groups that are
-for leaving the European Union.
-is an advocate of this campaign.
-His timing is very interesting.
-Cameron has just returned
-from talks in Brussels.
-He was fighting his corner.
-The situation seems a little weak.
-Maybe this is why Boris
-has gone against him.
-Cameron didn't want to announce
-the referendum until he came back.
-Michael Gove and Boris Johnson have
-said that they are against Cameron.
-There are many Tories that may
-go against the Prime Minister.
-We'll be hearing much more
-about this until June.
-I don't know what the Tory party
-in Wales think about the situation.
-We don't know how much influence
-Europe has on our Welsh communities.
-There are more important matters
-to discuss in Wales I think.
-Let's turn to The Wales Online.
-The most expensive road in the area
-was Sanderling Way in Porthcawl.
-Property prices on Sanderling Way
-That's a lot of money!
-The least expensive road in Wales
-was Caerau Crescent in Newport...
-..where prices averaged 23,500.
-It's an interesting report.
-People like to be nosey
-when it comes to house prices.
-There's a massive difference in
-prices between these two locations.
-The study included that three houses
-had to be sold within a year...
-..on these particular roads.
-It goes to show that the
-property market is booming again.
-The most expensive street
-in England and Wales in 2014...
-..was South Easton Place
-..where the town-houses go
-for an average of 9.9 million.
-Our next article is from
-yesterday's Wales on Sunday.
-Wales on Sunday reports
-on UFO activities in Wales.
-There have been 25 UFO sightings
-in Wales since January 2015.
-The Mutual UFO Network
-have logged the sightings.
-Around 500 sightings
-have occurred in Britain in total.
-There have been sightings
-of a craft as wide as a street.
-This gentleman was driving at
-the time and he was seeing double!
-The sightings range from a white dot
-travelling faster then a jet.
-There was a sighing
-in Ebbw Vale too.
-Thank you, Ciron.
-It's time to head over
-to the kitchen with Nerys.
-Today, she has the perfect
-comfort food for this cold weather.
-I've got some comfort food for you.
-Today, I'm making a beef,
-leek and roast potato pie.
-I start by frying one onion.
-Add some beef mince to the pan.
-I tend use a pound of meat.
-There's quality mince meat
-You can add the meat
-to a dry frying pan and brown it.
-You can use the fat from the meat
-to fry the onions.
-That's a great tip for you.
-You can also use venison mince
-or pork or lamb mince.
-You need to brown the mince first.
-Add some herbs to it.
-I've got some dried thyme here.
-Add five or six leaves
-of fresh thyme if you want though.
-The dried option doesn't last
-for a long time.
-You have to store it in a dry place
-and out of direct sunlight.
-A spice rack on the kitchen counter
-isn't always the best place.
-Add two tablespoons
-of tomato puree.
-You can see the fat
-oozing out of the meat.
-This is a rich pie.
-We are adding red wine to the pan
-and season with salt and pepper.
-Pour in half a bottle of wine.
-You don't have to use
-a quality wine.
-But if you use a quality tipple
-it will improve the flavour.
-Leave this to simmer for 20 minutes.
-Here's one I made earlier.
-It's quite dry know.
-We are making three layers
-with this pie.
-I've chopped up some leeks here.
-Place them on the bottom
-of the baking dish.
-You need an appropriate
-Pour in some creme fraiche.
-It'll create a creamy sauce.
-Season with some pepper.
-Add the mince meat the dish.
-The topping is made from potatoes.
-I've got 500 grams of potatoes.
-Boil them for a few minutes.
-Cool them quickly after boiling
-and the skin easily remove.
-I'm grating the potatoes.
-It's similar to a rosti.
-They serve rosti on the continent.
-You still want the potatoes
-to be solid.
-Add some melted butter
-to the potatoes.
-Next, we pour the potatoes
-over the top.
-It's a lot lighter
-than mashed potatoes.
-Bake for 190 degrees Celsius
-or gas mark 5 for 30 minutes.
-It should look like this
-after it has baked.
-Let's plate the pie up.
-That looks lovely.
-You go first.
-That is nice.
-It's got a different taste.
-It's quite rich.
-Nerys tempts us with a lemon pudding
-at the end of the programme.
-It's Walking the Dog Day.
-After the break, we celebrate
-this daily ritual by dog owners.
-See you in a few minutes.
-Are you one of the thousands of
-Brits who walks your dog every day?
-Today is Walking the Dog Day.
-Catrin Davies joins us and runs
-a profession dog walking service.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Tell us about your company.
-I was working as a policewoman.
-I retired due to an illness in 2011.
-I decided I had to do something
-in my retirement.
-I was walking my dog, Mwlsyn
-on a daily basis.
-I decided to start
-a dog walking service.
-There's a high demand
-for dog walking.
-You're not meant to leave a dog in
-the house for longer than six hours.
-People are busy working
-most of the day.
-I visit homes
-when people are at work.
-They hand me their keys
-to let me in.
-I take their dogs for a walk.
-Some people are ill and can't
-take their dogs for a walk too.
-Should we be walking our dogs
-You have to take responsibility when
-you welcome a dog into your home.
-I did a lot of research before
-my young family welcomed a dog.
-You need to find out
-if the dog matches your family.
-It's a massive responsibility.
-It's like having a child!
-I don't tend to have a lot
-of problems with the dogs.
-Mwlsyn joins us on our walks.
-I've got a beagle
-and he needs a lot of walks.
-It also keeps me fit.
-I run with Mwlsyn too.
-You don't have to run
-as you can just walk.
-I suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.
-It helps with my ailment.
-If you've got a dog, it's an excuse
-to get you out of the house.
-You also meet a lot of other
-dog walkers on your walks.
-You get to know people
-that you have never met before.
-I recommend that a new dog
-buys a sensible lead.
-I also wear a florescent coat.
-I make sure that I can be seen.
-You also need poo bags.
-You could be fined
-if you don't clean up after the dog.
-The most important thing is to
-be seen when you're out and about.
-Thank you, Catrin.
-Our winter photography competition
-is still open.
-Thanks to all of those who have
-already submitted their photographs.
-You have another week to enter.
-These are the all-important details
-that you will need.
-Winter is upon us and it's the theme
-of our new photography competition.
-The days might be shorter
-and the weather is bleak...
-..but get out with your camera
-to take photographs of your winter.
-The winner gets an iPad
-Entries should reach us
-by midday on 29 February.
-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to
-You can also contact us via
-Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Good luck to you all.
-Llinos joins us
-to tell us what's Heno tonight.
-What delights do you have for us?
-Don't forget to join us at 7.00pm.
-We're joined by the winner of
-this year's Pryd o Ser series.
-Owain Tudur Jones reveals
-what's it like to win Pryd o Ser.
-We meet a couple
-called Ann-Marie and Tito.
-Ann-Marie and Tito have returned
-after spending a year in Patagonia.
-Owain Gwynedd chats to a football
-trainer at Galeri, Caernarfon.
-We have all the highlights
-from Y Seler Welsh music awards.
-Huw Fash has the latest news from
-this week's London Fashion Week.
-After the break, Wendy will show us
-how we can curl our hair.
-Heledd Gwyndaf also take us into
-the world of alternative therapies.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-It's time for us
-to focus on our hair.
-Wendy is our hairstylist
-and shows us how to create curls.
-First, let's hear more about you.
-I'm originally from Neath.
-I now live in Carmarthen.
-I trained at Coleg Morgannwg.
-I also worked in a salon
-before becoming self-employed.
-A few years ago,
-I started teaching hairstyling.
-I currently teach at Coleg Sir Gar.
-We're all accustom
-to straightening our hair.
-Curls are on trend this spring.
-Big hair is all the rage.
-My hair is normally quite straight.
-I towelled dried my hair,
-added a blob of Small Talk...
-..and plaited my hair
-whilst it was still damp.
-I slept with my hair in the plaits
-and woke up like this.
-You only need a little spray
-to keep it in place.
-Carys has longer hair.
-We washed Carys' hair and used
-some Got 2 Be heat protector.
-We've curled the hair
-Here are our before and after shots.
-was completely straight before.
-We twist the straighteners and
-pull it down to create the curl.
-It's a simple way of creating
-Have you curled your hair
-with straighteners, Carys?
-I use straighteners to curl my hair.
-When I use tongs, the curls
-don't normally stay in my hair.
-I struggle to do
-the back of my hair.
-We've added some volume
-to Nan's hair with a product.
-We've dried the hair
-with a pro styler.
-This one will dry the hair
-whilst you style it.
-There are two products here.
-There's a root booster
-for the roots.
-You should apply it in sections.
-There's also some mousse
-for the ends of the hair.
-It adds plenty of volume.
-Here's a before shot of Nan.
-Nan has lots of volume
-in her hair now.
-My hair is normally quite flat.
-I'm going to try Carys' technique.
-I have some straighteners at home
-to try it.
-Velcro rollers are very handy.
-You can place them in the hair
-whilst you're getting ready.
-You apply them to the hair
-when it's dry.
-They will add volume to your hair.
-There are some large
-Big bottles of products can be
-expensive but they do last.
-are professional ones.
-This small bottle of small talk
-has been open for two years!
-You only need a tiny amount
-in your hair.
-Next, we enter the world
-of alternative therapies.
-Some people opt for this treatment
-instead of seeking medical advice.
-Today, we focus on reiki.
-Heledd has been to experiment.
-I'm looking at alternative ways
-to take care and heal ourselves.
-Today, I've come to Cardiff
-to meet Lois who performs Reiki.
-Reiki? Let's go and find out more.
-It's a form of treatment.
-I use my hands to release energy.
-Sometimes, I will place my hands
-on the client that I'm treating...
-..or I'll work above the body
-around the person's energy.
-What sort of illness can Reiki heal?
-I've worked with all sorts of people
-with various conditions.
-They could have cancer, depression
-or feel under stress due to work.
-However, this isn't ordinary Reiki.
-I work in Reiki Sekhem.
-The most popular Reiki
-comes from Japan...
-..but my Sekhem discipline
-comes from Ancient Egypt.
-I combine this energy with the
-energy that comes from the hands...
-..and the stones
-which have their own energy.
-There are hundreds of stones which
-are used for different purposes.
-The colour and shape contributes
-to the stone's natural energy.
-These stones blend well
-with our own energy.
-Some stones are typically used
-for specific treatments.
-I want to learn more
-about the stones.
-are the most common stones.
-They grow underground,
-beneath our feet all over the world.
-The Calcite stone's family
-is very interesting.
-They come in lots of colours...
-..and they're used when a person
-goes through a period of change.
-The colour offers a clue
-where I should use the stone.
-The pink stone can be used
-for treating the heart...
-..whilst orange stones are
-very useful for treating depression.
-Green stones can also be
-associated with the heart.
-If an alternate feeling of
-freezing cold and boiling hot...
-..is a sign that this treatment
-works, then it certainly helped me.
-That's an excuse to have a lie down!
-After the break,
-we return to the kitchen with Nerys.
-She'll be making
-a delicious lemon pudding.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-We close today's programme
-in the kitchen with Nerys.
-A lemon pudding is on the menu.
-It's a citrus pudding.
-You can use any citrus fruit.
-However, I enjoy a lemon flavour.
-Start with 75g of unsalted butter
-and 75g of sugar.
-Mix the ingredients together
-and add three egg yolks.
-The mixture looks quite strange.
-You can really smell the lemon zest.
-I'm using three lemons.
-Next, we're using the juice
-but there's also lots of sugar.
-The sugar will cut into
-the sharpness of the lemon.
-If you make this with oranges,
-you may want to add one lemon too.
-This will add the sourness
-to this pudding.
-I love puddings!
-I really enjoy them.
-Next, add some flour.
-You need 75g of self-raising flour.
-It's quite a light pudding.
-Add more liquid in the form
-of 200ml of milk.
-I nearly used the cream!
-The cream will be served at the end.
-Can you use cream instead of milk?
-You could use cream in the pudding
-but it will be very rich.
-However, we're making a light
-pudding so I'm using milk.
-Use the remaining egg whites.
-until they're fairly stiff.
-You should aim for a consistency
-that's similar to the other mix.
-You just need to add air to them.
-You don't need
-a meringue consistency.
-Add one spoon of egg whites
-to the mixture.
-This allows you to easily
-introduce the remaining egg whites.
-You need a metal spoon
-when doing this.
-In my cooking lessons, I was taught
-to use a wooden spoon to mix...
-..and a metal spoon
-to add egg whites.
-Move the spoon in a figure of eight.
-This is a real pudding in terms
-of texture and consistency.
-Place in the oven at 180 degrees
-Celsius or Gas Mark 4 for 50 minutes
-This mixture will rise in the oven.
-You can see the layers in this cake.
-The bottom will be a liquid.
-This dish has been left to cool
-for slightly too long.
-You can serve the pudding
-Here's one for you to try.
-It's very light.
-There aren't too many ingredients
-in this pudding.
-Even I could make this!
-Tomorrow, Dr Llinos concentrates on
-illnesses that affect small babies.
-Kevin will create
-the perfect floral arrangement...
-..and Ifor Williams of the Welsh
-Place-Name Society will be here.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Bydd Lisa Fearn yn coginio a Wendy Williams yn cynnig cyngor harddwch. Hairdresser Wendy Williams will be in the studio with hair tips and Lisa will be cooking up some tasty delights.