Mon, 22 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 22 May 2017

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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Another weekend has flown by.

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-Did you have a nice weekend, Yvonne?

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-I had a great time

-in West Wales and Builth Wells.

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-Andrew Tamplin joins us today

-to review the weekend newspapers.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-We'll chat to Andrew shortly.

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-This is what else we've got for you.

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-Dan prepares the perfect salad

-for this week's summery weather.

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-We continue our walking series with

-Daf Wyn on Skomer in Pembrokeshire.

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-We join Emma in the beauty corner

-for skincare tips during pregnancy.

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-Jeremy Huw Williams also discusses

-this week's Gwyl Beaumaris Festival.

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-There's plenty to entertain you at

-the start of the final week in May.

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-Where has the month gone?

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-Stay tuned to Yvonne and myself

-for the next hour.

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-The weekend newspapers

-are awash with headlines.

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-Andrew Tamplin joins us

-to review some stories.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The Duchess of Cambridge's sister,

-Pippa Middleton has tied the knot.

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-I've decided not to talk

-about the Election.

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-Kate's sister, Pippa Middleton

-married James Matthews on Saturday.

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-The society wedding of the year

-had celebrities and royal guests.

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-She had a lot of attention

-in Kate's wedding.

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-The Daily Mail goes into detail

-about the costs.

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-It was 40,000

-for the wedding dress.

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-The wine bill was 56,000.

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-They paid 400 for the rental

-of the church.

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-It should've raised its prices.

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-It wasn't a Royal Wedding.

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-Kate, William, George and Charlotte

-were all in attendance.

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-We can see Harry and Eugenie.

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-The eyes of the world

-were on the wedding.

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-Apparently, Harry's girlfriend was

-invited to the night party.

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-Our next story

-is about President Trump.

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-There's something everyday

-about Donald Trump.

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-He's gone to the Middle East.

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-He's touring Europe as well.

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-He's set to meet the Pope.

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-The language has changed.

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-He said Islam is our enemy

-when he was running for president.

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-He's going to Israel.

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-He's in Israel today

-and he has changed his tune.

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-The Times reports on

-homework during holidays.

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-The half term is looming.

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-Welsh children will be at the Urdd.

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-They won't have any homework!

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-The head of a public school

-claims that children should do...

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-..no academic work

-during school holidays.

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-He recommends that they

-continue with some reading.

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-The same applies when we tell staff

-at work to switch off on holidays.

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-Children need some downtime.

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-They don't want to come back

-to school exhausted.

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-Many parents have

-tutors during these holidays.

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-It would be interesting to know

-what teachers think about this.

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-We turn our attention

-to Facebook in The Guardian.

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-There have been many stories in the

-press about Facebook.

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-What is suitable to post

-on Facebook?

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-Facebook has secret rules

-and guidelines...

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-..for deciding what its two

-billion users can post on the site.

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-Facebook cannot keep control of

-its content as its grown too big.

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-There are 300 million pictures

-posted on Facebook daily.

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-Whose responsibility should it be

-to remove pictures?

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-The Daily Express reports on

-the dangers of yellow dusters.

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-Yellow dusters do homes

-more harm than good.

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-It's claimed that they don't get rid

-of dust, they just move it around.

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-There's a book by the National

-Trust House Keeping you should buy.

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-After the break,

-we step into the kitchen.

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-Dan's summer menu includes a tomato

-and basil salad with garlic bread.

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-Daf Wyn also takes a stroll around

-Skomer Island in Pembrokeshire.

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-We'll see you shortly.

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-Welcome back.

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-We've joined Dan in the kitchen.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We're celebrating Tomato Week.

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-It isn't the tomato season.

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-It isn't the tomato season.

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-The supermarkets are packed

-with a variety of tomatoes.

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-We have to wait for more.

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-What's on the menu today?

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-I'm making a tomato and basil salad

-served with some tasty garlic bread.

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-You can use red and yellow tomatoes.

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-I like the ones on the vine.

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-They are more firm.

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-Do you store them in the fridge?

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-I would store my tomatoes

-out of the fridge.

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-But it's nice to have

-chilled tomatoes too.

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-Keeping them in the fridge

-doesn't keep them fresh.

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-Rub some olive oil

-into a slice of bread.

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-Throw some garlic into the pan

-with the bread.

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-I've got sundried tomatoes

-and chilli.

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-Smell the tomatoes beforehand

-to see if they are ripe to slice.

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-The colours look great.

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-It's great to have a variety

-of colours with your tomatoes.

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-Slice the tomatoes.

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-I find it difficult to eat the large

-tomatoes like an apple.

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-The large tomatoes

-are called beef tomatoes.

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-Season with plenty of salt

-and pepper.

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-Add a pinch of sugar

-and some dried oregano.

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-Chop up some spring onions

-or a red onion.

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-I prefer red onions.

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-Add the tomatoes to the bread.

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-This is a light salad.

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-Add some mozzarella cheese.

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-Tear up the cheese.

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-Some of the tomatoes were oven

-cooked for five minutes.

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-I drizzled olive oil

-and garlic over the tomatoes.

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-Garlic is also great to kill a cold.

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-The dressing has some

-basil and watercress.

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-It looks great.

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-Season again with salt

-and drizzle some olive oil over it.

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-I can't wait to sample it.

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-Imagine eating this in the garden

-in the fine weather.

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-It's a light salad to enjoy.

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-Let's try the garlic bread.

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-Owain is excited to eat it!

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-Mmm!

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-Very nice, Dan.

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-It's served on a rustic plate.

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-If you want to keep your children

-busy during half term next week...

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-..why not take a trip to

-Skomer Island in Pembrokeshire?

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-The weather promises to be fine.

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-Daf's been to soak up

-its wonderful scenery.

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-I was born in North Pembrokeshire...

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-..but know nothing

-about the south of the county.

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-We're joined by the Hog Hikers

-from Pembrokeshire...

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-..for a hike

-on the island of Skomer.

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-Today, we're crossing the water

-for the first time to visit Skomer.

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-We're a group of friends

-from the Maenclochog area.

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-Maenclochog is known by some people

-as the Hog so we're the Hog Hikers.

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-Thankfully, the weather is fine

-for my first trip to Skomer.

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-I've lived in Pembrokeshire for 27

-years but have never been to Skomer.

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-Everything was in our favour

-so we jumped aboard and set sail.

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-We decided to follow the island's

-coastline and started in the east...

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-..before heading south, west and

-north on a round trip of four miles.

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-The first stop was

-at the island's industrial ruins.

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-This is a lime kiln.

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-Lime and coal

-was delivered into the bay.

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-They were transported

-in large chunks.

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-A fire was started

-inside the kiln...

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-..and the heat helped the lime

-to break down into powder.

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-The powder was spread over the land

-to nourish it.

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-After a few steps, we came across

-another historical site.

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-Nobody knows the identity of Harold.

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-I suspect he was a leader of a tribe

-from thousands of years ago.

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-The lichen that's growing on

-the stone is an important feature.

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-Lichen only grows

-where the air is very pure.

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-It's beautiful when the bluebells

-and campions are in bloom.

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-It's one of the best times

-of the year to visit.

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-There's so much to see from flowers

-to birds and seals and porpoise.

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-It's a wonderful place.

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-There's a number of gulls

-in the area.

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-On the top, there's a fulmar

-which is a gull-like bird.

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-There are two holes on its beak.

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-If you get too close, they spit a

-foul-smelling oil that is like fish.

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-The black-legged kittiwake is

-a small gull that also nests here.

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-The islands famous for its puffins

-and there's 10,000 in the spring.

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-Most will leave in August to spend

-the rest of the year on the sea.

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-Rabbits thrive on the island after

-first coming here in the 1400s.

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-The island was infected

-by myxomatosis in 1955...

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-..but their numbers are over 10,000

-and they hop around this very field.

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-A family once lived on the island

-until 1949.

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-Their farmhouse was transformed into

-a hostel and museum for visitors.

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-After a day on the island,

-how are the Hog Hikers' feet?

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-My feet are fine.

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-I brought my flip flops

-but I didn't need them.

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-I've had a wonderful time

-and the weather has been glorious.

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-I've never been here before

-and it's great.

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-It's been brilliant

-and I've thoroughly enjoyed my day.

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-It's like heaven on earth!

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-After a day of hiking around

-this beautiful and unique island...

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-..it was time to head home

-to the mainland.

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-What a wonderful place.

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-Mari Grug is a Pembrokeshire native.

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-Skomer is lovely.

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-I've never been there.

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-I hope to take a trip there

-next week.

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-What delights are on Heno at 7.00pm?

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-Don't forget to join us at 7.00pm.

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-The rugby commentator,

-Gareth Charles joins us on the sofa.

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-Gareth will be following

-the Lions Tour in New Zealand.

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-Iola Wyn drops in for a chat.

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-Iola will be promoting

-Barddas's Gerallt Festival.

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-We also meet Megan Williams who is

-the new face of the weather on S4C.

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-We join Elin Fflur at

-Dylan's restaurant in Llandudno.

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-You can win a host of camping gear

-in our competition.

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-You'll win a tent and its contents.

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-Don't forget to join us at 7.00pm.

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-After the break...

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-..Emma takes a look at some

-pregnancy skincare products.

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-And Jeremy Huw Williams discusses

-tomorrow's Gwyl Beaumaris Festival.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-I've reached the beauty corner

-and I'm joined by Emma and Tanya.

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-We're looking at skin products

-to use whilst you're pregnant.

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-Tanya is expecting a baby

-at the end of August.

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-You have to be careful

-with the products that you use.

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-The skin changes during pregnancy.

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-I didn't realize there

-are some things you shouldn't use.

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-The names are on the screen now.

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-They can affect

-the hormone levels...

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-..which will affect the baby.

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-A lot of women think that the

-skin changes during this period.

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-Tanya feels that her skin

-is very dry now.

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-The La Roche Posay Toleriane 3-Step

-system costs 22.50.

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-I use this myself.

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-I have sensitive skin.

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-It has no parabens

-or colourings in it.

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-This won't damage the skin.

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-It uses natural ingredients.

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-You can take anything that

-will affect your skin back.

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-Make sure you keep the receipt.

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-The Garnier BB Creams

-costs 9.99.

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-A lot of women come out in spots

-during pregnancy.

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-This will help the skin

-colouring to look natural.

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-BB cream is wonderful and

-won't feel too heavy on the skin.

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-I've heard that a lot of people

-feel like they have dark circles...

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-..under their eyes.

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-Next, we have the 17 Lift

-and Luminate Eye Cream by No7.

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-You place it on the bone

-around the eye.

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-Dab it on under the eye.

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-How does that feel?

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-It feels nice.

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-Refreshing.

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-I would place concealer on top.

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-The product is 7.99 by L'Oreal.

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-Have you changed your make-up?

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-I didn't think of changing it.

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-I tend to use less make-up

-in the summer.

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-Place the concealer

-in a T-shape around the eye.

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-If you have a bit of redness

-in the skin, blend it in.

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-This will lighten the face.

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-You can see the

-different straight away.

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-These items don't

-have any of the chemicals.

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-These are safe.

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-This is good advice for those

-who aren't pregnant too.

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-These L'Oreal highlighters

-costs 8.99.

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-The bronzer

-is wonderful from Max Factor.

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-We also have a product by Max Factor

-that costs 9.99.

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-There's a bit of sparkle in it.

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-We also have some blushers.

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-If you have greasy skin,

-use a powder blusher.

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-Thank you, ladies.

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-Next, Jeremy Huw Williams discusses

-tomorrow's Gwyl Beaumaris Festival.

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-First,

-here's an archive clip of Jeremy...

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-..singing William Mathias'

-arrangement of Can Y Melinydd.

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-# I have a cosy cottage,

-a newly built mill

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-# And three contented dappled cows,

-are grazing on the hill

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-# Do you see, do you see,

-little one?

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-# Do you see, do you see,

-little one?

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-# Do you see, Mari dear?

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-# I have a horse and wagon,

-a pony, small with grace

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-# And ten well-fed and woolly sheep,

-a sty with pig in place

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-# Do you see, do you see,

-little one?

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-# Do you see, do you see,

-little one?

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-# Do you see, Mari dear?

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-# I have a corner cupboard,

-with china for our tea

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-# A dresser in the kitchen,

-and all placed tidily

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-# Do you see, do you see,

-little one?

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-# Do you see, do you see,

-little one?

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-# Do you see, Mari dear? #

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-APPLAUSE

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-That was wonderful.

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-Welcome to the programme, Jeremy.

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-Thank you.

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-You've come to tell us more

-about the Beaumaris Festival.

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-The festival takes place

-between the 23 - 30 May.

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-I'll be travelling up on Wednesday.

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-The festival has

-at least three events a day.

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-There will be something

-for everyone.

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-There will be something

-for everyone.

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-From opera to jazz.

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-William Mathias lived in the area.

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-He was a professor

-in Bangor University.

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-He attended the first festival.

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-He will be missed.

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-The festival also marks 40 years

-since the death of Grace Williams.

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-I will be singing that

-arrangement on Tuesday.

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-You also knew William well.

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-Yes, I knew William Mathias well.

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-When I went to university,

-I got to know him.

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-He awarded me many prizes.

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-His daughter was in college

-with me...

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-..and she was our bridesmaid.

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-You will be performing

-a week tomorrow.

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-On Tuesday 30 May, I'll be

-performing with Paula Fan...

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-..in Man is for the Woman Made.

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-The concert takes place at the

-Beaumaris Leisure Centre at 11.00am.

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-We'll join together for a joint

-exploration...

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-..of the complex relationship

-between Mr and Mrs.

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-My second performance on the 30 May

-will be at the Leisure Centre.

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-I'll be performing alongside the

-Welsh Chamber Orchestra...

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-..and Anthony Hose.

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-We will perform a piece by

-a female composer from Jamaica.

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-The festival will concentrate

-on compositions by women.

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-There will also be a lot

-of Russian music in the festival.

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-I enjoy creating the programmes.

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-I work with Paula.

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-I travel to America three times

-a year to work with Paula.

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-We also travelled to China

-to work together.

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-As we go back to the different

-places to perform...

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-..we have to write new pieces

-to perform.

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-You also want to talk about

-the artist, Andrew Logan.

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-On 25 May, the Andrew Logan

-Art Exhibition Opening...

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-..will take place

-at Beaumaris Gallery from 12.30pm.

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-I'm on the board of the gallery.

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-Andrew belongs to a unique school

-of English eccentrics.

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-We're lucky that

-there's an exhibition of his work.

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-He has many fans around the world.

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-Andrew will be in the festival.

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-He has made a portrayal

-in glass that weighs eight stone.

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-I had to have a good dinner...

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-..to build my strength to help

-put the exhibition up.

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-Where is it all happening

-in Beaumaris?

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-Beaumaris is wonderful place.

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-Beaumaris is a wonderful place.

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-We have the Bank Holiday weekend

-and the half term next week.

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-There are wonderful stores

-and restaurants in Beaumaris.

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-It also has a wonderful castle.

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-Most of the events will take place

-at the Leisure Centre.

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-It will be the perfect place.

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-There are films and crafts too.

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-There will also be films

-and crafts on show.

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-The crafts will be in a tent

-close to the beach.

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-They will have wood work

-and slate work.

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-I hope it will appeal to everyone.

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-Details are on the website.

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-It's time for another break

-but join us for our final part.

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-Dan makes a banana and chocolate

-loaf with a peanut butter cream.

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-Welcome back.

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-We've returned to Dan

-in the kitchen.

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-It's time for a dessert.

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-It's got some fruit.

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-Yes, we've got some fruit

-in our dessert.

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-My favourite is banana

-and chocolate loaf.

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-I'm making a banana

-and chocolate loaf.

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-I'll serve the loaf

-with a peanut butter cream.

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-I've got two mature bananas.

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-You will only need one

-for your recipe.

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-I like to mash them with a fork.

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-Choose a banana that is yellow

-or turning black.

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-You want them to be sweet.

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-Add two tablespoons of milk.

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-I'm also adding two eggs.

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-I'm doubling

-the recipe at the moment.

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-Use 75g of plain flour...

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-..and 50g of butter.

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-It looks easy.

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-Add bicarbonate of soda

-and baking powder.

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-Preparation is key.

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-If you don't prepare,

-you won't finish the job.

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-Mix the ingredients.

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-You can use a mixer,

-but I like to use my hands.

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-There's less washing up

-by using your hands.

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-Can you use gluten-free flour?

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-Gluten free flour can work,

-but it will make it harder.

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-Use more baking powder

-to make it softer.

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-Next, I'm going to use

-the whisk to mix it.

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-I'm making a mess.

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-You need some elbow grease for this.

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-I'm using 75g of dark chocolate.

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-You can use plain chocolate.

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-You can purchase them in bars.

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-Add a pinch of salt.

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-Why are you using salt?

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-I'm using salt

-because it works well with sugar.

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-You can line the tins.

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-This is a new non-stick tin.

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-You want it to go all the way up

-to the top.

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-Just leave 1cm.

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-This needs to go into the oven at

-gas mark 3 or 160 degrees Celsius.

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-Bake for 45 minutes.

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-Next, we're going to make our cream.

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-Use 200ml of clotted cream.

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-I could eat the cream like that!

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-Add 100g of peanut butter

-and 50ml of honey.

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-You need to mix this week.

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-I'm going to add some more salt.

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-You want it to be like a ripple.

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-It looks like ice cream.

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-You can see the chocolate.

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-This cake will be popular

-our camera crew!

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-This cake will be popular

-among our camera crew!

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-Presentation is key.

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-I'm going to give you a sandwich.

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-You go first.

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-Place some cream on the cake.

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-Thanks Dan.

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-Lovely!

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-It tastes great.

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-That's it from us today.

0:41:140:41:16

-Time has flown once again.

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-Tomorrow, Dylan Rowlands

-has wine advice for the season...

0:41:190:41:23

-..and Carys Tudor

-has some home style tips.

0:41:230:41:27

-America Gaeth a'r Cymry

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Byddwn yn trafod cynnyrch naturiol ar gyfer y croen ac yn paratoi salad tomato yn y gegin. We'll discuss natural products for the skin and prepare a tomato and basil salad in the kitchen.


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