Bydd y gyflwynwraig Angharad Mair yn son am ei phrofiad o redeg Marathon Llundain dros y penwythnos. Presenter Angharad Mair will talk about her experience of running the London...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-at the start of another week.
-Relax and put your feet up as we've
-got plenty of variety for you today.
-Cris Dafis is here to cast his eye
-over the weekend newspapers for us.
-Welcome to the programme.
-This is what else we've got for you.
-Gareth prepares some fish parcels
-and a chocolate and lemon pudding.
-Marion has make-up tips for watery
-eyes during the hay fever season.
-Rhodri Gomer visits Eurfryn Lewis'
-art exhibition about the local area.
-We relive the London Marathon
-with a successful participant.
-And we all know who she is!
-We've got plenty for you to enjoy
-over the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-As we've already mentioned,
-Cris reviews the newspapers for us.
-We start with the Royal family.
-Prince William and Prince Harry
-have highlighted mental health.
-What exactly have they said?
-Prince Harry did a podcast...
-..about his mental health issues...
-..that came following
-the death of his mother.
-He hadn't done anything about it
-for 20 years.
-The press was very supportive
-at the time.
-The photographs in the newspapers...
-..show their close relationship
-with their mother.
-It was a very different
-..to any of the other parental roles
-in the Royal family.
-I think this is true
-for most families.
-Parents have a different
-relationship with their children.
-The princes were still children...
-..when they lost their mother.
-They had to grieve in the spotlight.
-At the age of twelve, you cannot
-really comprehend what is going on.
-The press have welcomed this
-from the princes.
-The Gossip Girls spoke about it
-There's an article
-in The Guardian...
-..by Jane Mortensen.
-Many believe that this is a PR Stunt
-by the Royal family.
-It's thought that the
-Prince Charles has been forgotten...
-..in all this publicity.
-She sees it as being quite
-a calculating move...
-..by the princes
-and the Royal family.
-The press has warmed to the princes.
-Yes, and the same could be said
-of Princess Diana.
-She used the press on her terms.
-She didn't like it
-when they were too intrusive.
-The same could be said
-for the princes.
-It's all give and take.
-You cannot have the press
-being totally supportive.
-The Daily Mail isn't very supportive
-of the Royal family.
-They have an article
-about Prince Charles.
-It's thought that Prince Charles
-wasn't in the area...
-..and wasn't supportive of
-the children in their grief.
-It speaks volumes that Prince
-Charles was able to be home...
-..with the princes when
-they were home during school.
-It's raised a point
-about children who lose a parent.
-Some 100 children a day
-in Britain lose a parent.
-to see a counsellor.
-A lot of these children
-cannot afford to pay the fees.
-It can cost about 40
-for one session with a counsellor.
-These children are more likely
-to have problems in the future.
-There isn't any help for
-It's raised awareness of the issue.
-Gareth awaits our company
-in the kitchen with a savoury dish.
-What's on the menu today?
-It's a very healthy dish.
-It's full of vitamins.
-Fish parcels are on the menu today.
-The sauce is in the parcel too!
-Put a pan on a medium heat.
-Before we move to the fish...
-..I want to prepare some couscous.
-You need the same amount of grain
-Add the grain first
-and then the water.
-This is warm water.
-Couscous doesn't need cooking...
-..but left to expand.
-After five minutes,
-it will expand...
-..and has absorbed all the water.
-The parcels are made
-with some foil.
-You can buy foil with some
-greaseproof paper inside it.
-It's quite thick.
-Grease the paper.
-Add a fillet of salmon.
-It's full of omega 3.
-Keep the skin on the fish.
-It helps to retain its shape.
-Add some chopped chilli.
-There's also some ginger.
-I've got the zest of an orange.
-Fish is great with citrus flavours.
-Bring the four corners together...
-..as it will hold the sauce
-or dressing on the inside.
-There isn't a lot of flavour
-in the fish...
-..so we're just enhancing
-There's some orange juice
-and some low salt dark soy sauce.
-There's some bitterness
-from the orange...
-..and the sweetness
-of the soy sauce.
-Seal the parcel.
-It's going to be cooked in a pan.
-It's cooked for about six minutes.
-We'll serve it with the couscous
-and some stir fry.
-There's some red pepper.
-There's also some spinach.
-It's full of iron and calcium.
-The leaves will wilt in the heat.
-The parcels are ready after
-This is a healthy dish
-considering it's in a frying pan.
-It's very healthy!
-You can open the parcel yourselves.
-It's like Christmas.
-We stick with the sea theme
-with our plate.
-The couscous can be like the sand
-of the beach.
-It looks very healthy.
-The stir fry goes on top.
-There's a lot of chocolate later.
-After the break...
-..Marion has advice on keeping
-your make-up tidy with hay fever.
-And we visit an art exhibition
-by Eurfryn Lewis in Tregaron.
-See you in a few minutes.
-The recent fine weather
-has been most welcome...
-..and despite reports
-of it turning colder this week...
-..we're still amidst
-the hay fever season.
-Sufferers know all too well...
-..about the relentless itchy nose,
-watery eyes and sneezing!
-Keeping your make-up can prove
-to be a challenge too, Marion.
-Yes, it is.
-It important that we look after
-the thin skin around the eyes.
-This area shows signs of ageing.
-We rub our eyes
-and it pulls the skin.
-It's important to remove
-your eye make-up properly.
-Rub upwards and downwards gently.
-You may get some mascara
-stuck in the lashes.
-Get some Q-Tip and rub it off
-with the cotton wool gently.
-Tea, milk and sugar are a great
-traditional remedy for your eyes.
-Use cold milk.
-Pour it in a bowl.
-Soak the cotton pads in the milk.
-Place them on your eyes.
-They help with puffiness
-around the eyes.
-Place cucumber slices on your eyes
-to help remove dark circles.
-Cucumber will also ease puffiness.
-There are other problems that come
-with hay fever and the eyes.
-The skin can get saggy.
-These three-in-one Olay products
-costs 24.00 each.
-These will help firm the skin.
-There's also a serum.
-We also have another product
-with light reflective particles.
-There's another product that also
-aids other areas of the skin.
-You don't have to use them all.
-The Clinique Repairware eye cream
-There's a lot of moisture
-in this product.
-It adds moisture to the skin
-to make it more plump.
-The Revitalizing Supreme
-from Estee Lauder is 40.
-This is great for people who sit
-in front of computers all day.
-Rub this serum in circles
-under the eyes.
-The tip is also cold.
-You can carry it around with you
-and use it as many times you want.
-These Masque Bar masks
-are priced 9.99 each.
-They are packed with Vitamin E.
-The Indeed Eysilix Total Eye Rescuer
-There are peptides in this.
-The eye serum by Benefit costs 31.
-They all come in different sizes
-The Rhiannon crafts centre
-in Tregaron is world-famous.
-The theme of its latest exhibition
-is about the local area...
-..by two local talented artists.
-Huw Williams and Eurfryn Lewis
-are two artists from Ceredigion...
-..who have known each other
-One was a teacher and the other a
-pupil at Tregaron Secondary School.
-They have an exhibition about the
-local area at the Rhiannon Gallery.
-Eurfryn and I have stayed in touch
-over the years.
-Eurfryn suggested that we have
-an exhibition together in Tregaron.
-We didn't do anything until Gaynor
-spoke to us about it.
-I haven't lived here for many years
-but Tregaron always inspires me...
-..despite selling work
-in Cardiff and North Wales.
-That was the lovely thing
-about the theme of the local area...
-..because most of the work is based
-on where I was raised in Tregaron.
-Huw or Mr Williams has been
-an important influence to Eurfryn.
-It's thanks to his former teacher
-..that Eurfryn went on to study in
-Carmarthen and Cardiff University.
-I've done a lot of printing work
-but do a lot of on drypoint etching.
-You scratch into the metal...
-..and it's quite a difficult process
-to get the image on the paper.
-This stems back to all I learnt
-from Mr Huw Williams in Tregaron.
-Printing is one of the elements of
-the fine art course at the school.
-We both paint
-but lean towards to printing...
-I print using lino or silk screens
-and incorporate drypoint etching.
-Eurfryn does lithographs too.
-Thanks to Huw, Eurfryn teaches at
-Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw in Pontypool.
-He gave me the confidence
-to study art and move into teaching.
-At that time, I never thought that
-I would be able to teach pupils.
-I'm delighted that this stemmed
-from the confidence I gained...
-..from being taught
-by Mr Huw Williams.
-I'm very proud of Eurfryn.
-This boy has grown into a man
-who is very pleasant.
-in Tregaron Secondary School...
-..which us now Ysgol Henry Richard
-for over 30 years.
-Eurfryn is one of the best pupils
-I've been lucky to teach.
-Both are grateful to the Rhiannon
-Gallery for exhibiting their work.
-It's a wonderful space to show art
-At the launch, it was lovely to see
-former school friends and locals...
-..who came out to support the pair.
-The area has many talented artists
-but this place is inspirational.
-The area has many talented artists
-but this place is inspirational.
-All you have to do is step outside
-and you're presented with art!
-Pop over to the exhibition
-if you're in the area.
-After the break...
-..Angharad Mair looks back at
-yesterday's London Marathon.
-There's no way we could avoid
-the London Marathon today.
-We must congratulate Josh Griffiths
-from the Swansea Harriers...
-..for becoming the first Briton
-to cross the finish line.
-He secured his place in the
-World Championships this summer.
-It was the first London Marathon
-for this 23-year-old from Ammanford.
-But Matthew Rees, his fellow club
-member has grabbed the headlines.
-He assisted David Wyeth
-for the last 200m of the race.
-David's legs had turned to jelly...
-..and Matthew more or less
-carried him over the finish line!
-did incredibly well...
-..and finished the race in two
-hours, 54 minutes and 49 seconds.
-She broke the record
-for her age group.
-It's our very own Angharad Mair.
-I can't believe you're here and
-Yes, but the legs are stiff!
-You don't know what is going
-You're grateful to people
-who helped David Wyeth.
-I broke the record for over 55s
-Another lady broke the record
-I knew she was there yesterday!
-I followed her all the way!
-I was told not to follow her.
-She started to speed up.
-We see those who are elite runners
-and the fund-raisers.
-We also see those
-who are part of clubs.
-It's so competitive
-yet people help each other out.
-I caught up with her
-at the 17th mile.
-I beat her and she congratulated me.
-I apologized to her!
-Les Croups Ladies Team
-in Cardiff won this year.
-It's an incredible feat.
-Did you know
-what you had to achieve?
-I wore one of these.
-I knew I had to run each mile
-in six minutes.
-I was following someone this time.
-You lose track of where you are
-Hundreds of people passed me.
-You feel that you are falling
-behind at times.
-Do you enjoy the race?
-No, not at all!
-It doesn't matter
-what time you finish.
-Everyone goes through
-the same experience.
-The London Marathon is something
-that everyone wants to do.
-The six miles after 20 miles
-It's such a relief at the end.
-Many people dress up
-in the London Marathon.
-I spotted SuperMan at one point!
-Josh Griffiths is on Heno tonight.
-He's done incredibly well.
-He's still young too.
-Well done to him
-for coming in to see us.
-Research was carried out.
-Those between 55 and 65
-were running around the same time...
-..as those between 25 and 35.
-It proves there's still life
-in the older generation!
-You haven't convinced me to try it!
-I don't think I could ever do it!
-I have a place
-in the London Marathon...
-..and don't have to be
-in the ballot.
-I can do it again.
-Send your marathon photographs
-and results to [email protected]
-There's still time to enter
-our spring photography competition.
-Nature springs to life,
-the days are getting longer...
-..the flowers are in bloom,
-leaves fill the trees...
-..and the lambing season
-is in full swing!
-Take a long walk with the family or
-enjoy a relaxed afternoon in a park.
-There's ample photo opportunities
-for you to enter our competition.
-The winner gets an iPad
-or a television.
-You have until midday on 5 May
-You can post your photographs to...
-..Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to
-You can also contact us
-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Search for PrynhawndaS4C
-and good luck.
-and send us your photographs!
-Rhodri from the Heno
-team has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme.
-I didn't run the marathon yesterday!
-Well done to Angharad
-at yesterday's London Marathon.
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-There's music from the jazz singer,
-She's got a new EP.
-There's the latest from the site
-of this year's Urdd Eisteddfod...
-..in the Bridgend area.
-It's only five weeks away.
-The Pan Celtic Festival
-was held over the weekend...
-..in Carlow in Ireland.
-Many Welsh performers
-crossed the Irish Sea...
-in the Pan Celtic Festival.
-In the final part of
-..Gareth is busy preparing
-a chocolate and lemon pudding.
-The fish parcels you made earlier
-It had orange and ginger.
-The fish parcels
-were very healthy...
-..so we can go to town
-with some chocolate now!
-First, I want to make a Swiss roll.
-There's two eggs, flour
-and cocoa powder and sugar.
-Whisk for five minutes.
-It needs to be quite creamy.
-This is ready.
-I did start it earlier.
-Next, we add the self-raising flour.
-Sieve the flour into the mixture.
-We want to retain
-the lightness of the mixture.
-It's quite healthy,
-apart from the cream...
-..because there isn't
-any butter in it.
-Sieve the cocoa
-and the flour together.
-Use a metal spoon to stir it...
-..as it doesn't beat out
-the air in the mixture.
-Mix it together.
-I've got a Swiss roll tin
-of 12 x 15.
-Add dollops of the mixture
-to the tin.
-You don't want to spread it out...
-..or you'll beat out the air
-from the mixture.
-You need to be delicate with this.
-I want to lick the bowl!
-This is baked at 180 degrees Celsius
-or gas mark 4 for ten minutes.
-Here's one I made earlier.
-This should be left to cool.
-it's ready to be rolled.
-Tip out the cake.
-Tear off the greaseproof paper.
-Don't think about it
-when you flip it out.
-Cut out a rectangular shape.
-There's a special tin for this.
-You can add a touch of liqueur.
-It's an orange flavour.
-You've got a minute left!
-Add some lemon curd
-to the whipped cream.
-The lemon curd
-helps to thicken the cream.
-This goes into the cake.
-Add some raspberries.
-I don't want to rush you!
-And press on the other parts
-of the cake.
-You create a parcel.
-This is left to chill.
-I want to show you one.
-I hope it'll work.
-Remove the metal part.
-This is the cake.
-We need more chocolate.
-Well done, Gareth.
-There's also some fruit.
-Slice it up.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Bydd y gyflwynwraig Angharad Mair yn son am ei phrofiad o redeg Marathon Llundain dros y penwythnos. Presenter Angharad Mair will talk about her experience of running the London Marathon.