Mon, 23 Oct 2017 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 23 Oct 2017

Cipolwg ar bapurau'r penwythnos, ysbrydoliaeth ar gyfer y gegin, a digon o gyngor harddwch. A look at the weekend's papers, inspiration for the kitchen, and plenty of beauty tips.


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli

-on another damp Monday.

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-It feels as if we've missed autumn

-and jumped straight into winter.

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-It's warm in the studio

-and I hope you're feeling warm too.

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-Snuggle up in front of the fire as

-this is what we have for you today.

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-Catrin uses seasonal vegetables

-and spices in her recipes today.

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-We've got a vegetable lasagne

-followed by cinnamon buns.

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-Olivia and Oliver are among the most

-popular children's names in Wales.

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-We'll hear of other popular names

-later.

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-Marion has tips on removing unwanted

-hair from the face and legs.

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-We visit the Welsh Learners Trail

-at Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire.

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-Join Yvonne and me for a jam-packed

-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme by looking

-at some of the main headlines.

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-Catrin Evans joins us in the studio.

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-We start with The Sunday Times

-and one specific article...

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-..about websites that attract

-children to bet and gamble.

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-It's an unbelievable story.

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-A Sunday Times investigation

-revealed some betting sites...

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-..used children's cartoons

-to promote some of their games.

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-The investigation took place

-over a month.

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-Gambling sites are being forced to

-stop luring children with cartoons.

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-Britain's betting industry

-faces its biggest crackdown...

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-..on child gambling.

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-The games which use favourite

-cartoons and characters...

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-..including Peter Pan, Moon Princess

-and Jack and the Beanstalk...

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-..were exposed this month

-by The Times newspaper.

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-They are catchy and colourful games

-that lure children.

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-It can lead to so many problems

-in the future.

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-You don't have to be a millionaire

-to bet on these sites.

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-You can bet only for a few pence.

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-There's a mounting concern of

-a generation of young people...

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-..becoming hooked

-on betting games.

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-About 450,000 children are gambling

-in England and Wales every week.

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-It's more than those

-who smoke or take drugs.

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-This is why the newspaper

-has decided to chase this story.

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-It also questions these companies.

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-These companies know that children

-like these characters.

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-They are well-known names

-like William Hill.

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-We see these names

-on the high street.

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-It isn't just over 18s

-they are tempting...

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-..and this is what The Times

-has discovered.

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-There will be a review of gambling

-among the young.

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-Well done to The Sunday Times

-for this investigations.

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-It's a change from stories

-about celebs.

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-We move to a story about alcohol.

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-Next, we have an article

-from the Western Mail.

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-It's an important story.

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-The Welsh government is introducing

-a new law in terms of alcohol sales.

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-A new law will introduce

-a minimum price of alcohol in Wales.

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-The aim is to improve and protect

-the health of the Welsh population.

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-At present alcohol can be bought for

-as cheaply as 18p per unit in Wales.

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-The Welsh government wants

-to increase 18p per unit to 50p.

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-The current prices are shocking.

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-You can buy three litres

-of strong cider for less than 3.

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-You can buy fortified wine

-for over 2.

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-It's claimed it will reduce death

-rates and save the NHS millions.

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-It costs the Welsh NHS

-120 million a year.

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-In 2015, there were

-463 alcohol-related deaths in Wales.

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-Wales has around 50,000 alcohol

-related hospital admissions a year.

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-They tried to pass a similar bill

-in Scotland a few years ago.

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-Let's hope it works in Wales.

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-A lot of people complain that this

-affects those living in poverty.

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-The aim is to tackle the issues

-with excessive drinking.

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-S4C celebrates Welsh legends

-during November.

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-Prynhawn Da and Heno

-are looking for the new Gelert.

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-These are the details if you want to

-tell us about your faithful pooch.

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-For all those many dog lovers

-out there...

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-..we're searching for special dogs

-that really have the woof factor.

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-Do you know of a pug or poodle that

-has transformed somebody's life?

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-Do you own a sheepdog or whippet

-with a heroic story?

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-Over the next few weeks,

-we'll travel Wales...

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-..to find the amazing stories

-of your brave and remarkable dogs.

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-We look forward to hearing about

-all your wonderful dogs.

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-After the break, Catrin joins us

-to rustle up a vegetable lasagne.

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-We also discuss the most popular

-children's names of the year.

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-Unfortunately,

-Yvonne and Owain aren't on the list!

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we turn our attention

-to seasonal vegetables with Catrin.

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-Welcome to the programme, Catrin.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about today's recipe.

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-Today's dish is a butternut squash,

-pepper, olive and spinach lasagne.

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-This is a great dish

-for vegetarians.

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-Butternut squash is quite sweet.

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-It tastes great with tomatoes.

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-Let's prepare the butternut squash.

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-Place a damp cloth under the board..

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-..so that it doesn't slip!

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-It's best to have a sharp knife.

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-Remove the bottom.

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-Oops!

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-Don't cut off your finger!

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-We need to remove the skin

-and the seeds in the middle.

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-You can use a spoon

-to remove the seeds.

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-You could use a pumpkin

-as opposed to the butternut squash.

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-This is roasted with the red peppers

-for about 20 minutes.

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-It helps to release

-the natural sugars...

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-..and intensifies the flavours.

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-Soften some red onions

-in some olive oil.

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-Add a tin of tomatoes.

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-I've also got some olives.

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-I've also got some olives.

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-I'm not a fan of olives.

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-You can take out the olives, Owain.

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-You need about 100g of olives.

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-Olives are popular in Italy.

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-There's also some basil leaves

-and some dried chilli.

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-Dried chilli tends to have more

-of a kick than fresh chilli.

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-After 20 minutes,

-add the roasted vegetables.

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-We'll add more colour

-with the spinach.

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-The spinach should be added

-at the last minute...

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-..because it will wilt very quickly.

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-Let's turn to the cheese sauce.

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-Start with the roux.

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-Melt about 50g of butter.

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-You need 50g of plain flour

-to thicken the sauce.

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-This should be cooked

-for a few minutes.

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-Add about 500ml of milk.

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-We don't want any lumps.

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-It takes time to make this sauce.

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-Here's one I made earlier.

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-it's nice and thick.

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-It's nice and thick.

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-Add 100g of cheddar cheese.

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-Next, we can build our lasagne.

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-All you do is layer the lasagne

-with some fresh pasta...

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-..and some of the mixed vegetables.

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-It's topped off with some

-mozzarella, pine nuts...

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-..and fresh basil.

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-I've never made a lasagne.

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-It's very easy to make.

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-You can sample it later.

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-The list of most popular children's

-names in Wales has been released.

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-In a moment, we chat with the author

-of a book on names, Heini Gruffudd.

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-First, we hear about some children

-whose names are on the list.

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-Choosing a name for my first child

-has been one of my toughest choices.

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-Seven years ago, I gave birth to Oli

-and he didn't have a name for weeks.

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-Mam was going mad because she had to

-tell everyone he was called Junior!

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-After weeks and it was almost

-too late to register him...

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-..we got the name of Oliver Jac.

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-There's only one Oli Jack

-in my classroom and that's me!

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-Bradley and I had our first child

-in August 2016.

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-We didn't know he would be a boy

-and wanted it to be a surprise.

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-Last year on 23 August, this

-6lb 11.5oz bundle arrived...

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-..and chose to call him Harri Jac.

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-I like old-fashioned names

-so he's called Oli Jac...

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-..and only called Oliver

-when he's being naughty.

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-We didn't have a lot of names but

-Harri is a common name in my family.

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-Grandpa, or my mother's father

-was called Henry...

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-..so I liked the fact that Harri

-was the Welsh version of Henry.

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-Bradley's father is a singer

-and his stage name is Harry Lewis.

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-We chose Jac because my mother

-is Jackie so he's called Harri Jac.

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-It's a strong name

-for the boss of this house!

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-Last year, I had a little girl.

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-I loved the name of Mali so she

-had a name before she left hospital.

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-Oh, Mali.

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-During my pregnancy, I liked Osian,

-which is on last year's list.

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-If another baby arrives, Osian might

-be at the top of our list for names.

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-He'll be in good company with Harri.

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-Choosing the right name

-is a huge responsibility.

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-They carry the name for life

-and this shapes them.

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-I like the name of Oli Jac

-because it sounds like Olly Murs.

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-Whenever I call out the names

-of Ollie or Mali...

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-..I'm happy that those were

-the right names for them.

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-If Mami has another baby, she can

-call him Gareth after Gareth Bale!

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-He was cute!

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-Heini Gruffudd

-joins us in the studio now.

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-I'm a bit surprised by the names.

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-It's great to see

-that little lad speaking Welsh.

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-It's important for

-the children to speak Welsh.

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-This year's list

-is very interesting.

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-Nine out of ten

-on this year's list in Wales...

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-..are the same as the top ten list

-of names in Britain.

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-Does that suggest that people

-follow trendy figures?

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-Yes, but we like to think

-of the names...

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-..that have come from actors.

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-However, I think a lot of them

-have chosen the names...

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-..that have been made popular

-by people from Love Island!

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-Osian is a popular name on the list.

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-In Wales,

-some of the popular boys' names...

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-..include Oliver, Jacob, Noah, Jack,

-Osian, Tomos, Gethin and Macsen.

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-Macsen is one of those

-historic names.

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-He was from 383AD.

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-Some of the least popular

-boys' names in Wales...

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-..include Alun, Bleddyn and Tudur.

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-In Wales,

-the most popular girls' names...

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-..include Ella, Alys, Mali and Cadi.

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-Some of the least popular

-girls' names in Wales...

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-..include Begw, Nesta and Siwan.

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-It's interesting to see the names

-of recent years...

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-..in that people are using the

-shortened versions of the names...

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-..such as Charlie

-instead of Charles.

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-You can shorten the name Catrin

-but not Cadi.

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-You can shorten some names

-but not others.

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-A lot of the names are quite short.

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-Does it disappoint you that

-the names aren't as localized?

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-Does it disappoint you that

-the names aren't as localized?

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-Yes, I think there are names

-that end with an "a".

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-We've got Nia and Efa.

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-In the popular names,

-there are some Biblical names...

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-..such as Jacob and Noah.

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-There are also names

-from the Royal Family.

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-Isla is another name for girls.

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-It means "island."

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-It's quite a new name.

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-There are some great names

-in Wales...

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-..that stem from the Mabinogion.

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-I think a lot of people

-choose English names...

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-..because others struggle

-to pronounce Welsh names.

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-A lot of people call me Owayne!

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-It was lovely

-to receive your photos.

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-Thanks to Ceri-Ann for sending us

-the photograph of Mali Wyn Louise.

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-A huge congratulations

-to that little family.

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-I'm sure Mali will be back

-on the 2017 list of popular names.

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-There's still plenty to come on

-today's Prynhawn Da after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-In a moment...

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-..we visit the newest attraction

-at Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire.

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-Catrin also makes cinnamon buns

-and they already smell great!

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-Make sure you stay with us.

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-It's time for some beauty advice

-from Marion.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Today, we're looking at

-removing unwanted hair.

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-We're looking

-at removing unwanted hair...

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-..following an appeal for help on

-the issue from some of our viewers.

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-This is all about unwanted hair!

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-Owain is going to put one

-of the wax strips to the test.

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-I'm going to be the guinea pig!

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-We start with the cheapest and

-most familiar hair removal method.

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-It's shaving.

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-You should have a shower beforehand.

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-Make sure the skin is damp

-before shaving.

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-You should only use a razor

-once or twice...

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-..before you through it away.

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-Don't forget to

-moisturize afterwards.

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-There's also a snap razor

-for holidays.

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-What's the difference?

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-There's a moisturizer in the razor.

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-There's also a product to use

-in the shower.

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-Apply it to the skin.

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-Get in the shower.

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-Remove it with the pink side...

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-..and all the hair should wash away.

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-You might get a few red spots.

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-You will need to apply something...

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-..to stop the skin

-from itching or being irritated.

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-It's important to carry out

-a skin test.

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-The Nair item is for tough hairs.

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-You should test an area...

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-..before using some of the products.

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-It will burn if you apply

-a perfume immediately afterwards.

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-Curly hair can grow inwards.

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-There's a product that

-you should use for the hairs.

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-Let's turn to Owain.

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-I've got nothing in my hands!

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-I'm going to use this on my arm.

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-Press it along the growth

-of the hair.

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-You don't have much arm hair.

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-We should have done your chest!

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-He's nice and smooth now!

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-It wasn't that bad.

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-We also have some wax.

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-It's the closest thing

-you'll get to a salon treatment.

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-You can also warm a pot

-in the microwave.

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-I've got one tip with tweezers.

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-It can be quite painful.

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-Freeze the area with ice cubes.

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-It should stop it being too painful.

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-There's another product

-for nose hair for men.

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-Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire is one

-of Wales' most popular attractions.

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-Thousands visit the site every year

-to see an array of animals.

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-Hana went to hear

-about its latest attraction.

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-Folly Farm tends to attract people

-to see four-legged furry friends...

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-..but the site has just opened

-a new and unusual attraction.

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-Folly Farm Welsh Learners Trail

-to celebrate our location in Wales.

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-It's a brilliant chance for visitors

-to learn Welsh terms about our site.

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-It's lovely for tourists from

-further afield to learn some Welsh.

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-The park itself

-has more of a Welsh essence.

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-We encourage our staff

-to speak more Welsh...

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-..to celebrate the language

-and its role in our identity.

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-The local Welsh language tutor,

-Rhian Davies, welcomes this trail.

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-It's a wonderful development...

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-..when you consider the number of

-local families who visit Folly Farm.

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-It's excellent and a very positive

-development for the Welsh language.

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-This will benefit every visitor.

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-Non-Welsh speaking families

-can show their children...

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-..that Welsh is a living language

-and can be used in Folly Farm.

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-It could plant the seed in terms

-of raising children to be bilingual.

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-We jumped at the chance to walk

-around and follow the trail.

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-The signs are effective

-because the Welsh is simple.

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-Under each phrase, you have the

-words written phonetically too...

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-..which is a great help

-for Welsh learners.

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-Viewing the Welsh language

-in this popular site...

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-..is proof that the language

-is thriving in Pembrokeshire.

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-Tourists will also

-see the Welsh language.

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-The aim is for people to see,

-hear and use the Welsh language.

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-Folly Farm is a sweeping success

-and has reached a special list.

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-We've recently been named

-the tenth best zoo in the world...

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-..not just the United Kingdom,

-but the whole world!

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-It's wonderful because our visitors

-give us the feedback on TripAdvisor.

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-This award is from them which is

-brilliant so it's a real honour.

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-What about the future?

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-It's been a busy summer

-and we've opened a new shop.

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-We don't know what the future holds

-but watch this space!

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We close the programme in our

-kitchen that smells of the autumn.

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-I think we can try

-some of the vegetable lasagne.

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-Mmmm.

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-It's delicious!

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-Catrin is back

-to make some cinnamon buns.

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-These are a cross between a cake

-and a pastry.

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-You need 285g of plain flour.

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-Add 1 teaspoon of baking powder.

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-You need 1 teaspoon of mixed spices.

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-Add 120g of cold butter

-that has been cubed.

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-Grease the 12 cup baking tray

-with butter.

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-Pre-heat the oven at 180C

-or gas mark 6.

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-They are baked for 25 minutes.

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-Add 150ml of milk

-to the electric mixer.

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-This will bring the dough together.

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-These buns are often eaten

-in Sweden.

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-They serve them with coffee.

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-Cinnamon is a popular spice

-at Christmas.

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-You can make these

-the night before...

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-..and serve on Christmas morning.

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-Leave the dough to rest

-for ten minutes.

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-Then, roll the dough.

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-You want it to be 5mm thick.

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-Flour the dough as it can be wet.

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-Next, we move on to the filling.

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-It's been melted

-and allowed to cool.

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-Brush the butter over the dough.

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-Mix the cinnamon

-and 125g of brown sugar.

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-Place it in the centre of the dough.

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-Roll up the dough.

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-Slice them into buns.

0:38:400:38:43

-Meira Lloyd Owen has contacted us

-about children's names.

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-She thinks it's important

-to use Welsh language names.

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-She states that the French

-don't have a problem...

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-..when people have to pronouce

-or spell their names.

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-Use some the dough

-to place on the bottom.

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-You don't want the filling

-to fall out.

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-Bake them for 25 minutes.

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-They should look like these.

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-Bake them at 180c.

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-They will be piping hot

-so be careful.

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-We need a coffee to serve with them.

0:40:000:40:04

-Rhodri from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-In recent weeks, Heno and Prynhawn

-Da have put our a special plea...

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-..to hear about your dogs

-that could be named the new Gelert.

0:40:190:40:23

-Tonight, we meet one of your

-special dogs and hear its story.

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-We meet a dog called Pero.

0:40:270:40:29

-Gerallt celebrates

-the magnificent milestone...

0:40:300:40:34

-..of Pike's newsagents

-on the high street in Porthmadog.

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-The shop has been welcoming

-customers for 115 years.

0:40:390:40:43

-Tonight's musical guests

-are the popular band, Jac y Do.

0:40:430:40:49

-Jac y Do performs for us and we

-taste the food later.

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-Thank you.

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-Mmm, they are nice.

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-It's like a mince pie.

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-They will keep for a day in a tin.

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-They won't reach my tin!

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:200:41:23

-One lucky viewer enjoys a makeover

-from Huw and the team.

0:41:240:41:28

-Ieuan ventures out into the garden

-and offers some advice.

0:41:290:41:34

-Cerdded y Llinell - Lille Cambrai

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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Cipolwg ar bapurau'r penwythnos, ysbrydoliaeth ar gyfer y gegin, a digon o gyngor harddwch. A look at the weekend's papers, inspiration for the kitchen, and plenty of beauty tips.