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Mon, 25 Jan 2016

Bydd Gareth Richards yn paratoi bwyd rhamantus yn y gegin ar Ddydd Santes Dwynwen. Gareth Richards will cook a romantic meal in the kitchen on St Dwynwen's Day.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-at the start of another new week.

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-A happy St Dwynwen's Day to you.

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-Were you spoilt this morning,

-Llinos?

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-Huw and I have been

-together for 12 years...

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-..and for the first time, he forgot

-that it was St Dwynwen's Day.

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-Did you receive anything?

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-Did you receive anything?

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-Unfortunately, no.

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-But Derec Owen sent us a fantastic

-photograph of Dwynwen's Church...

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-..to wish us all

-a Happy St Dwynwen's Day.

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-Thank you, Derec.

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-Elena Mai Roberts will be looking at

-the weekend's newspaper articles.

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-Did you receive anything

-this morning?

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-I received a card, but no gift.

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-Perhaps I'll go out for a meal

-tonight.

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-Gareth will be preparing

-a feast for us in the kitchen...

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-..including a duck in cherry sauce

-and a hidden hearts pudding.

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-Eglwyswrw received a lot of

-media attention due to the floods.

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-Steffan Tywydd visits Eglwyswrw

-or wet-lwyswrw.

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-We celebrate St Dwynwen's Day

-with an eisteddfodic couple.

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-Dennis and Enid Davies met at

-an Eisteddfod over 40 years ago.

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-Daf Wyn meets with Ann Rooser

-to learn more about St Dwynwen.

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-Stay with us for a jam-packed

-programme over the 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start today's programme...

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-..by looking at the headlines

-from the weekend newspapers.

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-Today,

-we're joined by Elena Mai Roberts.

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-Welcome to the programme, Elena.

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-Thank you.

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-What articles have grabbed

-your attention this week?

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-There's been a trending hashtag

-on Twitter over the weekend.

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-The #despitebeingtaughtinwelsh

-has also appeared on Facebook.

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-Despite being taught in Welsh,

-I was able to read the papers!

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-As you mentioned,

-this hashtag was everywhere.

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-There's a programme

-on the BBC tonight.

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-It's about Rhodri and Lucy Owen...

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-..and whether they're going to

-educate their child in Welsh.

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-Lots of people have responded to

-this article in the Western Mail.

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-The word "despite"

-is what's angered people.

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-Do you think it was a mistake?

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-I doubt they realised that this

-backlash would occur.

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-It's been a hot-topic

-over the weekend.

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-Perhaps it will bring more viewers

-to tonight's BBC programme.

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-It might even encourage parents to

-educate their children in Welsh.

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-The hashtag was trending yesterday.

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-What have the papers said about the

-situation...

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-..with our the steel industry?

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-The Wales on Sunday has an article

-about The End of Steel Town.

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-It was recently announced...

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-..that 750 will lose their jobs

-in the Port Talbot steel industry.

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-In the past 18 months, cheap steel

-from China has flooded the market.

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-Research by Cardiff University

-has confirmed...

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-The whole community will be hit...

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-..after the 750 steel industry jobs

-are lost.

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-It's a way of life and part

-of the area's unique culture.

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-Steel is in their blood.

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-We're gradually losing our industry.

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-The loss of these jobs will increase

-the unemployment rate.

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-Chinese steel

-is very cheap at the moment...

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-..but when our country no longer

-has the ability to produce it...

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-..they will soon raise the price.

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-There are British companies

-who use lots of steel...

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-..and they should support the

-industry in this country.

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-Yesterday's Observer talked about

-the job losses too.

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-There are all sorts of things

-which are produced in Port Talbot.

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-Every Heinz tin is produced

-in Port Talbot.

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-Nissan cars are made in Port Talbot.

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-Stephen Kinnock, the MP for Aberafan

-has claimed...

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-..that we don't make the most

-of what we have on our doorsteps.

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-We should make the most of our

-landscape and build wind turbines.

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-There aren't enough jobs to replace

-what's been lost at Tata.

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-Tata Steel has invested large

-sums of money to build new chimneys.

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-Some 500 million needs to be spent

-to maintain the business.

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-Former employees have called for us

-to take similar action to Iceland.

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-Iceland use renewable energy.

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-The discussions will continue.

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-We won't feel the real effects of

-this cut for decades.

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-The Wales on Sunday has an

-article about the Army.

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-Killing our industries will push

-our young men away to join the army.

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-Jason Samuels from Wrexham

-has suffered from PTSD for 20 years.

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-Jason Samuels was only 19 years old

-when he was sent to war.

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-He's a Gulf War veteran.

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-This year marks 25 years since

-the war but its aftermath continues.

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-If we lose our industries,

-our men will join the army.

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-There aren't enough jobs in

-our underprivileged areas.

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-Many of our veterans are homeless.

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-After the break, Gareth will be

-preparing duck in cherry sauce.

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-Steffan from the weather team

-visits Eglwyswrw...

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-..a village which had

-more rain than usual!

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time for our first visit of the

-day to the Prynhawn Da kitchen.

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-Today, we're joined by Gareth.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What are you making for us today?

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-The first recipe is

-duck in cherry sauce.

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-There's a romantic feast

-in the kitchen.

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-I'll be making a three-course meal

-for tonight.

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-Make sure you write it down,

-Llinos!

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-Huw forgot about St Dwynwen's Day!

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-I'm going to make the main course.

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-It's duck in cherry sauce.

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-It's a special dish

-for a special occasion.

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-This is delicious.

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-It has a kick to it!

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-Place an empty tray in the oven.

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-Don't place the pan on the heat.

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-Get rid of any moisture

-from the skin of the duck.

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-This will ensure a crisp skin.

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-Cut into the skin

-but not down as far as the meat.

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-This will release the fat

-from the meat.

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-Season the duck with plenty of salt

-and some pepper.

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-Place the meat in the pan

-whilst the heat is off.

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-Why do you put it skin side down?

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-Place the skin faced down

-to make it crisp.

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-I'll wash my hands as I've been

-handling raw meat.

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-I've never prepared duck.

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-You need to be confident

-when preparing duck.

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-You shouldn't overcook it.

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-It should be pink inside.

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-Next, I'm making the sauce.

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-I'll be using a secret ingredient!

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-It's a cherry compote

-with 50 percent fruit.

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-Add two tablespoons of the compote.

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-Next, add some dry cherries

-to add more flavour.

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-Soak the cherries in port.

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-You will need three tablespoons

-of port.

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-You can use leftover port from

-Christmas.

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-You can add one for luck too.

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-Leave the cherries to soak

-in the port for an hour.

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-Thicken the sauce

-over a medium heat.

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-Next, we're going to prepare the

-hearts made from cous cous.

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-You need a bowl of cous cous.

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-Cover the cous cous with a cloth.

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-This is healthier than rice.

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-It's a carbohydrate.

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-Add some salt and pepper to season

-the cous cous.

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-Add Tabasco sauce to the

-cous cous too.

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-You have many red ingredients

-in this dish, Gareth!

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-Add some finely chopped watercress.

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-This isn't quite ready yet.

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-You can serve the cous cous

-in these bowls.

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-I've lined the bowls

-with cling film.

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-I'm using some finely chopped

-roasted peppers as a base...

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-..for the cous cous.

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-Cous cous sounds like kiss kiss!

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-You can prepare these beforehand.

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-They could be warmed up before

-serving.

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-The duck is nearly ready.

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-When should you put the

-duck in the oven?

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-You will know that it's ready to be

-placed in the oven...

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-..but make sure you place

-it skin down.

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-It should be in the oven for 20

-minutes until it's cooked through.

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-Next, serve everything on a plate.

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-I've got my fingers crossed that the

-cous cous will come out neatly.

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-It's nearly there!

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-I'm using a pea puree and

-displaying it in a kiss shape.

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-The duck has been resting.

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-Cut the duck in half before placing

-it on the plate.

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-The puree is also ready.

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-Thank you, Gareth.

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-More rain is expected in Wales today

-and Steffan from weather team...

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-..has been to one area which is used

-to all of the recent wet weather.

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-Rain, rain, rain...

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-..and even more rain!

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-Over the past few months,

-we've all been talking about rain.

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-Eglwyswrw has become

-accustomed to the rain.

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-In this little village in the

-North-West of Pembrokeshire...

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-..it rained for 84 days.

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-We're used to rain because

-of our geographical location.

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-It's been non-stop...

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-..and we had a horrible spell

-until the turn of the Old New Year.

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-On the 25th day, the sun came out

-and the day remained dry.

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-On the 85th day, the sun came out

-and the day remained dry.

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-The church is situated behind us.

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-On the 84th day,

-the prayers had changed...

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-..from asking for dry weather

-to praying for even more rain!

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-One woman told me...

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-..that they sang "Singing in the

-Rain" and not "Bring me Sunshine."

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-Tom Hazledon has been recording

-the weather for the past few months.

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-We started collecting weather data

-41 years ago to this coming March.

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-We've spent quite a long time

-doing it manually.

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-We had been doing it

-the old, hard way.

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-Now, we're extremely modern

-and posh with an automatic station.

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-Pupils at Ysgol Eglwyswrw school

-have been collecting data too.

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-Who can tell me...

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-..how has the weather been

-in Eglwyswrw recently?

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-It's been raining.

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-It's been windy with

-a little sunshine mixed with rain.

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-It's been soaking wet.

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-It had been raining

-for such a long time...

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-..so Year 1 decided to measure

-and record the rainfall.

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-Every morning at 9.30am, the pupils

-wear their coats and wellingtons...

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-..before heading outside to place

-the rain measuring device.

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-In the afternoon at 3.00pm,

-we measure the rainfall.

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-How much rain has fallen today,

-Megan?

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-There's one millimetre.

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-One millimetre of rain

-has fallen today.

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-Elin, it's been raining for 84 days

-so do you like the rain?

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-Yes, I like the rain

-because I can go outside to play.

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-Do you like the rain?

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-Yes,

-because I like to jump in puddles.

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-It's been raining lots in Eglwyswrw

-and we've been on the television.

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-What's been happening?

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-Over the past few months, the air

-has been coming from south-west.

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-The wind that blows

-from the south-west is warm air.

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-Warm air holds more moisture.

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-When the air hits Pembrokeshire,

-it rises, cools and evaporates...

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-..which creates rainfall.

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-We've seen a massive change

-in the weather.

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-The rainfall hasn't increased

-in volume.

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-We've had higher volumes than this

-during some winters.

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-Day after day, it's been wet.

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-This winter has proven that we must

-prepare for all weather conditions.

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-It's been an unfortunate winter for

-our animals and especially sheep.

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-Cows are normally kept indoors

-but sheep are out in every weather.

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-During this period

-of changeable weather...

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-..this record could return again

-to Eglwyswrw in the years to come.

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-After the break...

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-..we meet Denis and Enid Davies, who

-have been married for 40 years...

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-..and they're here to celebrate

-St Dwynwen's Day with us.

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-Daf Wyn will be finding

-out more about St Dwynwen.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's St Dwynwen's Day...

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-..a day where many declare

-their love with one large gesture.

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-But what is the secret

-to a long-term happy relationship?

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-Denis and Enid Davies of Llanrwst

-have been married for 40 years...

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-..and they have all of the answers.

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-Happy St Dwynwen's Day to you.

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-What do you normally do

-on St Dwynwen's Day?

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-We usually go out for a meal.

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-We like to go to restaurants

-in the Conwy Valley.

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-We have a great selection

-in the area.

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-What's the secret to a long

-and happy marriage?

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-We celebrate our birthdays

-on the same day.

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-We have the same interests.

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-We enjoy the Eisteddfod,

-going on trips and eating.

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-We also tend to think

-the same things.

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-Who's the most romantic?

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-I would have to say

-we're both romantic.

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-We met 42 years ago, on a boat

-from Llandudno to the Isle of Man.

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-I was with a group of boys

-from Bandy Tudur...

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-..and Enid was with a group

-from Dudweiliog.

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-I lived in Bandy Tudur

-at the time.

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-Enid was a teacher in Llanrwst.

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-I spotted her on the boat

-and we started chatting.

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-We married on 29 March 1975.

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-It rained a lot the Friday

-before our wedding.

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-I was worried that I wouldn't

-be able to get to the venue.

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-It was a fantastic day.

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-Our family and friends

-celebrated with us.

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-You have the same interests

-including going on cruises.

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-We enjoy our cruises.

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-We've been on three recently.

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-I said that I didn't want to go

-on a cruise...

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-..but since our first, we're hooked.

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-The photograph is from last summer.

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-We've been on cruises around Europe.

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-We enjoy last year's cruise.

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-Our son married in Sorrento

-and we enjoy that cruise.

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-We've always competed

-in the Eisteddfod.

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-I previously won

-a T H Parry Williams medal...

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-..at the Llanelli Eisteddfod

-in 2000.

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-We both have won the

-John and Ceridwen Hughes medal...

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-..at the Urdd Eisteddfod in Swansea

-in 2010.

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-It was a huge shock to us.

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-Tell us about the medals.

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-The John and Ceridwen Hughes medal

-is given for volunteer work.

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-People of any age could win.

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-We have two children, Deiniol Tudur

-and Esyllt Tudur.

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-That is a photograph

-of Esyllt's wedding.

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-They got engaged

-on St Dwynwen's Day.

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-It was a double celebration.

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-This is a photograph

-of our grandson, Meilir.

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-You get to stay in a hotel

-in Llanelli and a meal...

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-..for coming down to speak to us.

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-Thank you, Denis and Enid.

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-As we've already mentioned,

-it's St Dwynwen's Day...

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-..but who was Dwynwen?

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-Daf Wyn met with Ann Rosser

-to find the answer.

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-The Welsh celebrate romance on

-25 January but it has sombre roots.

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-Dwynwen is the Welsh patron saint

-of lovers from the fifth century.

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-She was devout and the prettiest of

-Brychan Brycheiniog's daughters.

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-He had 24 daughters

-so that is quite a feat!

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-Dwynwen fell in love with Maelon

-but was betrothed to someone else.

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-In his rage,

-Maelon raped Dwynwen and left her.

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-Dwynwen fled to a forest and prayed

-to be released from her feelings.

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-An angel appeared with a potion

-so she could forget about Maelon...

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-..and turn him into a slab of ice.

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-God gave Dwynwen three wishes.

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-First, she asked

-that Maelon be released.

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-Her second wish was for God

-to look after all true lovers.

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-Her third wish

-was that she remain unmarried.

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-Her wishes were granted and she

-remained faithful to God for life.

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-The Welsh express their love in

-many ways but especially in poems.

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-The Welsh have written about love

-since the Middle Ages.

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-Dafydd ap Gwilym is most famous

-for his poems about love.

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-Nature and love

-were the main themes in his work.

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-He expressed strong emotions

-for both Morfudd and Dyddgu.

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-There's also light-hearted poetry,

-such as Trafferth Mewn Tafarn...

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-..where he hoped for a midnight

-liaison but woke the entire pub!

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-It proves that he could

-laugh about himself.

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-There were also poems where the

-subject was a gull or the wind...

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-..and he asked them to carry

-a message of love to the young lady.

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-Last century,

-lyrical poems were very popular.

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-John Morris Jones penned a beautiful

-poem which is rather sentimental.

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-However, it's wonderful.

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-"My sweetheart has two eyes

-that sparkle like gems

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-"But these gems could never be

-as beautiful as her eyes!"

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-He mentions her slender neck

-and appearance...

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-..but at the end,

-he gives a wonderful phrase.

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-"I notice that as the words flow

-from her lips

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-"She gives the world its colour

-and brings flavour to the wine."

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-Her face would not be as beautiful

-if she couldn't speak Welsh.

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-If not for Dwynwen, these literary

-masterpieces would not exist.

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-It's fair to say that it is part

-of human nature.

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-This is reflected in our legends

-and our poetry.

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-It's part of human nature

-and an innate part of the Welsh.

0:32:380:32:43

-Dwynwen became a nun and moved

-to Llanddwyn Island near Anglesey.

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-She died in 460.

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-The remains of St Dwynwen's Church

-still stand on the island.

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-It's also home to Dwynwen's Well

-that housed a sacred fish...

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-..who's movements predicted

-the future of relationships.

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-Bubbling water meant that

-good fortune and love would follow.

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-Wales is awash

-with romantic locations...

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-..but this would not be possible

-without the sacrifice of one lady...

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-..over 1,400 years ago.

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-What a shame!

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-It's time to find out

-what's on tonight's Heno.

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-What can we expect

-on tonight's programme?

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-Join us for tonight's Heno

-between 7.00pm and 8.00pm.

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-We celebrate St Dwynwen's Day.

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-Our Supper Club returns and Elwen

-will be preparing a dish...

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-..which will certainly

-melt our hearts.

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-The recipe is available

-on our website, www.heno.tv.

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-Tudur Phillips and Anni Llyn, who

-are about to become Mr and Mrs...

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-..will also be in the studio.

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-We're joined in the studio

-by Stifyn Parri.

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-He wants people to enter

-the new series of Sion a Sian.

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-Fans of the programme,

-Take Me Out on ITV...

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-..may have seen Rhys Lewis from

-Merthyr Tydfil on the programme.

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-We'll hear his top dating tips.

0:34:420:34:44

-After the break...

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-..Gareth prepares a hidden heart

-pudding with chocolate sauce.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to the final part

-of today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We close the programme with

-something for our sweet tooth.

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-You're making a hidden hearts

-pudding with chocolate sauce.

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-This is a special pudding

-to end this romantic meal.

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-We need the butter

-to be at room temperature.

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-I'll add an egg and butter

-to the bowl.

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-You also need self raising flour.

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-Mix the ingredients together.

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-It is better to use a wooden spoon.

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-Add another egg

-and the rest of the flour.

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-The first egg can't cope

-with all of the flour.

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-When you create cakes,

-you would usually add the sugar.

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-I'm not going to use sugar,

-I'm going to use syrup.

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-The best way to release the syrup

-is a hot spoon.

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-I'm going to use 100g of syrup.

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-Huw and Guto call this a Lion jam.

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-The best way to add colour

-and taste to the mixture...

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-..is by using cocoa.

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-Mix it slowly.

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-It will make a truffle consistency.

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-If you have bought small pots...

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-..you can place the mixture

-into the dish.

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-I'm going to use amaretti biscuits.

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-When you usually use

-greaseproof paper...

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-..but in this recipe you do.

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-Place this hazelnut spread

-in the middle of the cake.

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-You need to serve it

-the same time as the duck.

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-It looks great in the heart!

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-You can enjoy the pudding together

-on one place.

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-Dennis and Enid are ready

-to sample the pudding.

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-I'm a chocoholic.

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-I've used cream and chocolate

-to make a chocolate sauce.

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-Don't be shy, dig in.

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-If I cut the pudding, you can see

-the surprise in the middle.

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-You've been spoilt today.

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-This is lovely.

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-I want some!

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-Delicious.

0:40:530:40:56

-Thank you, Gareth.

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-Prynhawn Da returns

-tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-Carys Wyn will be discussing

-the new renting rules.

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-Tomorrow, I'll be celebrating

-Breakfast Week...

0:41:050:41:09

-..by visiting three locations, that

-offer three different breakfasts.

0:41:090:41:14

-It's a hard job!

0:41:140:41:17

-Wynne Evans ar Waith follows the

-news and weather at 3.00pm on S4C.

0:41:180:41:24

-The series sees Wynne searching for

-singers in Wales' biggest companies.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Bydd Gareth Richards yn paratoi bwyd rhamantus yn y gegin ar Ddydd Santes Dwynwen. Gareth Richards will cook a romantic meal in the kitchen on St Dwynwen's Day.


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