Mon, 28 Aug 2017 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 28 Aug 2017

O ffasiwn i goginio, byddwn yn cael golwg yn ol ar ein hoff eitemau dros yr haf yng nghwmni Sian Thomas. Today we'll take a look back at our favourite items from over the summer.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-I hope you're having a great

-Bank Holiday Monday...

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-..and are ready to spend

-the next 50 minutes...

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-..looking back at our summer.

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-We're in the kitchen with Catrin

-preparing a Greek salad.

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-We review Cipio'r Llyw

-by Awen Schiavone...

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-..and Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-Catrin Reynolds went to New Quay

-to celebrate Fishing Month.

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-Dylan recommended wines to enjoy

-whilst dining al fresco.

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-And Mari Grug was in Fishguard...

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-..to meet Lilwen McAllister who runs

-a very successful bed and breakfast.

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-Put your feet up and relax with us

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start in the kitchen with Catrin.

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-She had a great idea

-for a summer recipe.

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-It was a Greek salad.

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-There are some wonderful colours

-in this salad.

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-This salad is simple to make, but

-you have to use good ingredients.

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-Add half an onion to the dish.

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-Drizzle a tablespoon

-of red wine vinegar...

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-..and leave for ten minutes.

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-This will make a wonderful dressing

-in the salad.

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-Leave this for about ten minutes.

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-Next, add the cucumber.

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-I like to remove the seeds

-from the cucumber.

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-That makes an incredible difference

-as cucumbers have a lot of water.

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-I've never removed the seeds before,

-but it does a make difference.

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-You want the dressing

-to taste nice...

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-..and you don't want

-any water in it.

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-There will be enough water

-coming from the tomatoes.

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-You don't want to finely chop

-the cucumber.

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-This is a wonderful dish to make

-on a fine day.

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-It would be great to serve it

-with some bread.

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-Add the cucumber to the bowl...

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-..before chopping

-around four tomatoes.

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-It looks like a crunchy salad.

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-Yes, that's very healthy.

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-The feta cheese makes the salad.

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-I love feta cheese.

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-Feta cheese

-is made from animal milk.

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-It's made from sheep

-and goat's milk.

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-It has more of a sour taste

-than your usual cheese.

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-It's got a very fresh flavour.

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-Add two tablespoons of olive oil

-to the bowl.

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-It adds a wonderful taste.

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-Add some crumbled feta cheese

-to the top of the salad.

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-Crumble it over the top.

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-You should also add

-around 10g of olives.

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-I love Greek and Mediterranean food.

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-We complete the dish

-with some fresh oregano.

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-Mirain Dafydd and Lewis Dafydd

-reviewed books for young people.

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-Mirain had read Cipio'r Llyw

-by Awen Schiavone...

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-..and Lewis read Pluen

-by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-Mirain and Lewis Dafydd,

-welcome to the programme.

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-You're not siblings,

-but have the same surnames.

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-We start with Lewis who has read

-Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-What's it about?

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-It's about a twelve-year-old boy

-who has a summer holiday project.

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-The project is...

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-..to find out the impact

-of the war on his family.

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-He discovers that

-his grandmother's brother...

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-..received a white feather...

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-..because he refused

-to fight in the war.

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-Did you learn a lot about that era,

-or do you have some idea of it?

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-I knew a little about it...

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-..but I didn't know

-they gave someone a white feather...

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-..if they didn't go to war.

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-Neither did I,

-so I've learnt something.

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-Was it easy to read?

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-It was quite easy...

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-..because last week

-I went to Glan-llyn.

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-I had to share a room

-with Northwalians.

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-They said words differently...

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-..so this helped me

-to understand the book more.

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-Did you enjoy reading the book?

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-Yes, I did enjoy it.

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-Something was happening

-all the time.

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-Sometimes it was sad

-and then it turned happy.

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-Do you read a lot?

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-I do like reading a lot.

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-I like reading mysteries...

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-..and this book was full of mystery.

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-You read this book long before

-we asked you to our Book Club.

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-Yes, I did.

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-How much would you give it

-out of ten?

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-I'd give it 9.5 out of 10.

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-Wow, 9.5!

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-That's quite a score.

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-Would you recommend it to friends?

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-Yes, I would.

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-There are moments of sorrow,

-happiness and plenty of mystery.

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-Everyone will like

-some aspect of the story.

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-It's got almost everything.

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-How old are you, Lewis?

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-How old are you, Lewis?

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-I'm eleven.

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-It's an ideal book for your age.

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-It's aimed at eleven

-to thirteen year olds.

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-You've given it the thumbs up.

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-Mirain read Cipio'r Llyw.

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-What did you think of it?

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-I was slightly apprehensive

-about reading it.

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-I don't tend to read

-books like this.

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-But once I started reading,

-I was gripped.

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-It's really good and I enjoyed it.

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-It's about Hywel Dafydd who is

-fifteen and from Milford Haven.

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-He wants to be a sailor.

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-He realizes that

-he's not coming home.

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-He travels the world from

-the Caribbean to Sierra Leone.

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-He's accused of being a pirate...

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-..and imprisoned for three months.

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-He realizes how will

-he get back to Wales.

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-He becomes a pirate

-and endures all these adventures.

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-It's an interesting read.

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-Do you get an insight

-into the places he visited?

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-You get more of an insight

-into the events of that period...

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-..along with the laws,

-which I knew nothing about.

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-It reminded me of

-when I was younger...

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-..and I read about

-Harri Morgan and the Black Bart.

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-This is Awen Schiavone's

-debut novel.

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-What did you think

-about the language?

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-I thought the language was fine

-and it isn't a comprehensive read.

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-It looks like a thick book,

-but each chapter was easy to read.

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-I think the target audience

-is slightly younger than me...

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-..in terms of the scenes and so on.

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-How old are you?

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-How old are you?

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-I'm seventeen.

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-You're at the top end

-of the target audience.

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-It's a great book to read

-whilst on your summer holidays.

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-Pack it in your suitcase

-because it's really good.

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-Is this your type of book?

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-Is this your type of book?

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-I don't know what is my type.

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-I'm open to anything

-but I really enjoyed it.

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-There's a lot of talk about the

-choice of Welsh books for all ages.

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-Do you find it difficult to find

-Welsh novels for your age range?

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-I do find it difficult.

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-There's plenty available in English.

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-But there isn't much on offer

-in the Welsh language.

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-I'd recommend reading this novel.

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-Some words are challenging

-but this is how you learn.

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-Write them out and learn them.

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-How much do you give it out of ten?

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-How much do you give it out of ten?

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-I'd give it an eight.

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-They're great books.

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-Lewis enjoys reading.

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-Is there plenty of choices for

-your age in the Welsh language?

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-There's plenty of choice

-but I think there should be more.

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-There's too much choice

-in the English language.

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-There's too many to entice you!

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-These books are great reads

-as you've both enjoyed them.

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-That's all for now,

-but join us after the break...

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-..when we visit New Quay

-to celebrate Fishing Month.

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-Welcome back.

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-August is Fishing Month.

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-It's a chance to encourage

-all family members to try it.

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-Catrin Reynolds spent the day

-on a fishing boat in New Quay.

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-Dafydd Lewis is a familiar face

-on the harbourside at New Quay.

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-I've got the chance to be his aid

-on his little fishing boat today.

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-I went fishing with my father

-during my childhood...

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-..around New Quay, Aberaeron,

-the Teifi and the Towy rivers...

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-..but sea-fishing is my delight.

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-When fishing for bass...

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-..we wake at 4.00am

-and on the boat at 5.00am.

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-It's the best part of the day.

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-You also hold tours around New Quay.

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-We run one-hour and two-hour boat

-trips to Cwmtydu and Llangrannog.

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-There's a chance to spot dolphins,

-sea creatures, birds and seals.

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-The role of a fisherman

-receives little praise.

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-It can be one of the

-most toughest jobs around.

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-But you have to enjoy it

-before taking to the shore.

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-The sea draws people...

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-..and we hope

-there's plenty of fish to catch.

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-Oh!

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-Have you caught one?

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-Have you caught one?

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-I don't know!

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-Let's take a look.

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-Most probably.

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-Most probably.

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-Yes!

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-Most probably.

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-Yes, you've got a catch.

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-Yes, you've got a catch.

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-Yes, you've got a catch.

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-Yes!

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-Do you want to unhook it?

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-Do you want to unhook it?

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-Yes, I'll try.

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-I'll hold the hook whilst

-you hold the fish tightly.

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-Hold it tighter

-and I'll remove the hook.

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-I'm sorry about the blood.

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-Place it in the bucket.

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-Ooh!

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-We've almost lost it.

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-I'm not very good at this.

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-You'll have to wash your hands.

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-You've made a little mess

-and your hands will smell.

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-They will indeed.

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-It's going well so far, but I need

-more skill to catch some mackerel.

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-What are your best tips

-for a novice like me?

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-It's important to stay safe

-and look after yourself on the sea.

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-Make sure you're warm enough

-and life jackets are at hand.

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-Take a marine radio

-to contact the Coastguard.

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-And you need a lot of

-patience whilst fishing.

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-We also run fishing trips

-for two, four and eight hours.

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-We recommend you go on a trip

-to see if you enjoy fishing...

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-..and before you go to any expense.

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-It's a chance to master

-attaching the hook...

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-..and setting everything up.

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-It's worth going on a trip first

-just to find out if you like it.

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-Fishing runs through my veins and

-I've enjoyed it since my childhood.

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-I recall the days of

-fishing with my father...

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-..and now my son joins me.

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-It's lovely to see

-it being passed down.

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-The weather hasn't been great

-this summer.

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-But you don't need an excuse

-to enjoy a glass of wine.

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-Dylan was in the studio to discuss

-wines for drink al fresco...

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-..but can also

-be enjoyed at anytime.

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-These are light wines

-for the Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau.

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-We don't want anything

-too full-bodied...

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-..and that's what I've got today.

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-This wine is from Sicily.

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-It's made from the Grillo grape.

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-It was once used exclusively

-in Marsala production.

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-Have you tried Marsala wine?

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-It's a fortified wine...

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-..but people stopped

-buying and drinking it...

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-..so they decided to produce

-a dry, white, fresh wine instead.

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-Yes, it is very light.

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-I have to say...

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-..that I often rummage around

-the supermarkets for wine.

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-It does concern me

-if a wine costs under 5!

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-If you take away the VAT,

-then the wine costs around 1.50!

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-That's the value of the bottle.

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-It means that there's little value

-to the wine.

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-Supermarkets will sell it

-as a loss leader product...

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-..so a wine of this calibre

-for less than 5 is a bargain.

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-It's only 12.5%,

-so it's light in alcohol content.

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-It's light and very nice too.

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-Let me put this glass down

-and we'll move on.

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-What's next?

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-We stay in Italy

-but move to the north.

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-This wine is called Gavi.

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-It's made from the Cortese grape.

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-The label has the marking of DOCG.

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-It's from the top of the Italian

-family tree so is a quality wine.

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-It's a lot nicer

-than the first wine.

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-It has a strong lemon and citrus

-flavour with the lemon zest too.

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-It's full-bodied.

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-That is very nice.

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-It's interesting to taste and

-compare it with the first wine.

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-It has a long-lasting flavour.

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-It's dry but still light

-with only a 12% alcohol content...

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-..and costs 5.50.

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-It's just over your 5 marker!

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-It's a bargain at that price too.

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-It's a lovely bottle and the

-bottles always catch my eye first.

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-Yes, and none of the four bottles

-have a real cork.

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-Screw tops are cheaper.

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-This one has a plastic cork which

-is much cheaper than the real cork.

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-Does having a screw top

-make a difference?

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-No, it's all about special closure.

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-Customer resistance

-is the issue about wines with corks.

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-People like the performance of

-opening expensive wines with corks.

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-Yes, but there's nothing worse

-than a cork that disintegrates!

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-Let's move to the red wine.

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-Yes, and this is another light wine

-from Italy.

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-Bardolino is a red wine

-that stems from Lake Garda region.

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-It's a light-bodied red wine.

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-It has a lovely aroma.

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-It's meant to be drunk

-as a young wine.

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-It's smooth.

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-It's smooth.

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-Yes, that's lovely.

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-I always think of red wine

-as heavy-bodied but this is nice.

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-It's got 12.5% alcohol

-with hints of cherries.

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-It does have an aftertaste

-of bitter almonds...

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-..but it's easy to drink.

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-You can drink it chilled

-which is great for picnics...

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-..or if you're on the square

-in Dolgellau.

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-Chill it before you leave.

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-Red wine can get quite warm by

-the time you drink it on a picnic.

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-It's better when it's cool.

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-You need a chilled drink on a

-warm day so most opt for white wine.

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-That wine is very nice.

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-It's a bit more expensive at 7.50

-but that's still a great price.

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-Co-op has a great range

-of Fairtrade wines.

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-This means it helps the farmers

-in terms of the cost of the grapes.

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-It's from Argentina whereas

-the other three are Italian wines...

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-..but Argentina,

-South Africa and Chile...

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-..are the countries

-where you get value for money.

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-It has a heavy aroma.

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-This is what I expect

-from a red wine.

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-It's a Merlot

-so it will be darker and thicker...

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-..but still only 12% alcohol.

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-That's lovely.

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-That's lovely.

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-Yes, it is.

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-It's low in tannins

-as people prefer less tannins.

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-It's fruity and also acidic.

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-It's easy to drink but try not

-to drink too much of it in the sun!

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-This is nice and light

-which is what you want.

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-It's priced at 6.

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-They have a great range

-using different grapes.

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-After the break...

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-..Ann Jones from

-the Women's Institute...

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-..tells us how the WI

-has changed her life.

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-See you in a couple of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to look back at our

-life-changing experiences series.

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-Ann Jones from the WI

-came to the studio...

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-..to tell us how the institute

-changed her life.

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-Ann Jones has joined us

-to discuss the changes to her life.

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-Before we hear about your

-life-changing experience...

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-..tell us about yourself.

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-I was raised in Carmarthenshire...

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-..and was schooled at

-Gwendraeth Valley Grammar School.

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-I moved to Llanddewi Brefi and to

-Ceredigion when I married, Ifan.

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-I met him through

-the Young Farmers' Club.

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-I'm sure thousands of couples

-have met through the YFC.

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-Your life changed...

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-..when you got involved

-with the Women's Institute.

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-How did you start with the WI?

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-I was quite lonely

-after we moved to Llanddewi Brefi.

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-We were the first in our friendship

-group to get married.

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-I didn't have

-any female friends nearby.

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-My mother-in-law was an active

-member of the Women's Institute...

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-..so I joined to keep her happy.

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-When she asked me to go,

-I couldn't refuse.

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-I thought I'd go for a while

-and could slip away quietly...

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-..but from the very first visit,

-I had such a warm welcome.

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-The members were great company

-and have become good friends.

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-What is it about the organization

-that drew you in?

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-There's a real mix of ages and

-backgrounds...

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-..in the WI and its branches.

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-I was 25 when I joined.

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-There were members in our group

-who were in their nineties!

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-These days, some wouldn't

-want to join a group...

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-..with such a variety of ages.

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-I think it helped with the success

-of the group.

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-The older women knew

-how to let their hair down!

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-You've had many roles with the WI.

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-It was never the aim.

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-I thought I would only be

-a local member...

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-..but you take interest

-in various things...

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-..and you're spotted

-for various roles.

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-You find yourself jumping

-from one job to the next.

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-Once you get on the wheel,

-you don't stop.

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-I was the WI National Chair

-and I ended that in June.

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-Mair Stephens of

-Carmarthenshire took over from me.

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-These days, I'm the Vice-Chairman...

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-..and Chair of the Public Affair

-Committee.

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-It's an interesting mix.

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-The Vice-Chairman role

-is the most important.

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-You've brought some photographs

-to show us.

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-Tell us more about this one.

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-I was speaking at

-the Royal Welsh Show...

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-..with members of

-the NFU about food wastage.

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-We had members of NFU and

-Tesco representatives with us.

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-The WI have a campaign.

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-We want people and supermarkets

-to cut down on food wastage.

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-We wanted them to stop

-the buy one get one free offers.

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-We tend to buy more than we need.

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-Over 70% of the waste

-is within our homes.

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-Tell us about this photograph.

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-I've got another photograph...

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-..of the local branch

-celebrating my appointment.

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-It was great to have my friends

-as part of the celebration.

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-What's the story

-behind this photograph?

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-The quality of the image

-isn't great.

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-We went with the group to see

-the Calendar Girls in London.

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-The characters in the musical

-are WI members.

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-It didn't harm our name.

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-We've got one final photograph.

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-This is me with Claire Bird

-at the House of Commons.

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-It has been 25 years since our

-conference on climate change.

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-Climate change is part

-of your campaign this year.

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-This year,

-we have a campaign about microfiber.

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-I'm sure many people are aware

-of our campaign.

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-Man-made fabrics

-give off 100,000 fibres...

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-..every time they are washed.

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-That's 100,000

-every time they are washed.

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-These are washed into the sea.

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-It's eaten by the sealife

-and ingested by the public.

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-We don't know

-what harm these fibres can cause.

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-We want the nation to think before

-they wash these man-made fibres.

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-We want manufacturers to use

-filters in machines...

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-..and in water treatment sites.

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-Individuals should guarantee that

-their washing machines are full.

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-It can cause a lot of damage

-if the machine is half full.

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-We were joined by two members

-of the WI yesterday.

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-They also told us

-about the campaign.

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-Congratulations on your success.

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-The institute has campaigned

-a lot over the years.

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-Thank you so much for being here.

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-I'm sure many of us have old mascara

-or lipstick hiding in our bags.

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-Emma came to the studio...

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-..to tell us how important it is

-to date our products.

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-Welcome to the programme, Emma.

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-Our make-up and bags

-can get very dirty.

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-During the summer as the temperature

-increases, germs breed faster.

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-The quality of the products change

-and they age.

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-We often don't realize

-and continue to use them.

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-Problems can occur by returning

-dirty brushes to our bags.

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-We start by looking

-at the contents of the bag.

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-There are sell-by dates on these.

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-Some of these products

-have sell-by dates.

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-Every product has a little

-photograph of a pot.

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-It says 12M, which means 12 months.

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-You'll find this image

-on many bottles.

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-Sometimes, you'll find them on the

-product box and not the bottle.

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-You can check the sell-by date

-in any shop.

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-The date applies from when you open

-the product.

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-Once you break the seal,

-the product begins to age.

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-Before breaking the seal,

-the product is fine.

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-There is a guideline

-for all products.

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-Mascara, face masks, concealers and

-liquid lipsticks are one category.

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-Any of these items

-have a thick consistency...

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-..last between three to six months.

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-If they change colour, quality,

-or they start to smell strange...

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-..and irritate you...

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-..then you should change

-the product.

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-Foundation and sun cream

-should be changed regularly.

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-We don't experience a lot of sun...

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-..and only use these products

-at certain times.

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-I had to throw sun cream

-that I found at home last week.

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-They won't be as strong.

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-The chemicals change and

-they can cause rashes or spots.

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-You don't know what breeds

-within the products.

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-I change my sun cream every year.

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-I change my sun cream every year.

-

-This is what we should all do.

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-Many products tend to last a year.

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-You should only keep a bar

-of soap for 12 months.

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-People believe that soap cleans

-itself, but this is not the case.

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-Any powder based products

-like eyeshadow last a long time.

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-Perfume tends to last

-for 12 months or more.

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-If the colour or aroma changes,

-you know you should change it.

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-Is it the same for men's products?

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-Yes, any cosmetic products.

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-There are guidelines

-on how to keep them.

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-Let's move on to the bag.

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-I must admit, I've never cleaned

-inside my make-up bag.

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-This is my bag.

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-People must be stunned

-by the size of it!

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-It's quite big

-but it contains everything I need.

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-I'm ashamed to say

-that I've never cleaned it.

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-It's terrible, isn't it?!

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-The interior is black

-so you can't see much.

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-You throw brushes into it

-and it harbours germs.

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-I've suffered from acne

-and things like this won't help it.

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-So, it's important

-to keep the bag clean.

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-You can buy brush cleaners,

-but branded ones are expensive.

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-Search for them on Amazon or eBay

-as they're cheaper online.

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-Alternatively,

-you can use baby shampoo.

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-After the break...

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-..Huw looks at patterned clothing.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time for some fashion as Huw

-concentrates on patterned clothing.

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-There's so much choice and these

-items are visible in all stores.

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-This is the time to purchase

-these interesting patterns.

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-There are combinations of colours in

-the garments that work perfectly.

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-It's important to start off

-with a sedate pattern.

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-If you don't usually wear prints,

-you need to be careful.

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-Angelica is wearing a lively print.

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-This is quite lively.

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-This look is inspired by the 1970s.

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-The jacket and trousers

-have the same pattern.

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-This is wonderful for a wedding...

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-..if you don't want to wear a dress

-like everyone else.

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-The tendency these days

-is that everyone wears dresses.

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-Sometimes,

-it can be nice to look different.

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-Today, the outfit looks very casual.

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-The cut of the outfit is inspired

-by pyjamas or loungewear.

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-This is from the latest collection

-and the colours are wonderful.

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-We're leaving the bright summer

-colours behind...

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-..and moving on

-to sophisticated colours.

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-There's more than one pattern

-in this print.

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-You get the small delicate pattern

-alongside the large print...

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-..and there's also

-an interesting sleeve.

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-Frills are very popular this year.

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-Frills are very popular this year.

-

-Frills are everywhere.

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-We're seeing a lot of girly items

-in stores.

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-The items are from

-two different extremes.

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-There are also a lot of minimal

-garments like pinafore dresses.

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-There are also straight cut

-white blouses.

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-You can either wear it

-in a classic or girly way.

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-There are two different extremes.

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-All of the items

-are from River Island.

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-The prices

-reflect the high street name.

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-Thank you, Angelica.

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-Our next model is Ruemby.

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-There's a wonderful colour

-to this dress.

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-This is a dress, but Ruemby

-is wearing it as a jacket.

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-You can get more than one wear

-from your clothes.

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-You usually buy clothes and

-place them in one box.

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-Items are usually used

-with the same bag and shoes.

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-We've left the dress open and

-have removed the belt.

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-I could have tied the belt

-of the dress around the middle.

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-We've teamed it

-with a simple white vest.

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-The background colour

-of the print is bright...

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-..and it stands out...

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-..but the pattern colours

-are subtle.

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-The pattern colours

-seem to be pastel.

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-It's a pretty combination.

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-You usually get a pastel

-background and a brighter pattern.

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-This is a sophisticated look.

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-You can see that we've teamed it

-with a vest and jeans.

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-The jeans are 48,

-which is quite expensive for Next.

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-However,

-these have four-way stretch jeans.

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-You can usually stretch jeans

-two ways...

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-..where the thread moves

-in two directions.

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-These stretch upwards,

-downwards and across.

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-These jeans will give you

-more shape.

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-Not that Ruemby needs them...

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-..but if you wear shapewear...

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-..these jeans will pull you in.

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-These are great with a white vest

-as they won't show lumps or bumps.

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-These probably feel comfier and

-give you more confidence.

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-I've never worn them, but I have

-been told that these are comfy.

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-The bag matches the colour

-of the flowers in the dress.

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-Pick one colour out

-of the dress for the bag.

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-This summer has been great

-for women.

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-Designers have been kinder

-with the style of the shoes.

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-These flat sandals are comfy and

-you won't need to wear heels.

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-Thank you, Ruemby.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-This is a very sophisticated pattern

-due to the combination of colours.

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-The dark blue is similar to the

-colour of ink and is almost navy.

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-It's not often that we see the dark

-blue situated next to the green.

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-The white and yellow

-lifts the entire outfit.

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-This is a sophisticated pattern

-straight from the catwalk.

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-We've seen similar patterns

-with Missoni from Italy.

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-We're now seeing the influence

-on the high street.

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-You could dress this up with

-a different bag and fascinator.

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-There are plenty of colours

-to match the bag with.

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-The colours in this dress bridge

-the gap between seasons.

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-The large bag and casual hat...

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-..would be great for holidays,

-a polo match or similar events.

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-What would be the best way to cover

-the arms?

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-You could throw a jacket, wrap or

-cardigan over the shoulders.

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-I would only do this if the weather

-made it necessary.

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-A white bag is always handy to have.

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-If you don't want to buy a bag

-for every outfit...

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-..you can use something

-that you already have.

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-A white bag is always handy to have.

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-I like a large bag.

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-We have to keep everything

-in our bags, Yvonne.

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-This summer,

-we started a new series...

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-..where we visited different

-locations across Wales...

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-..that offer a Bed and Breakfast

-service to visitors.

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-We started the series

-in Pembrokeshire...

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-..in a location that was part of the

-Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

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-Mari Grug received a warm welcome

-at this award-winning B&B.

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-Erw-Lon in the Gwaun Valley is home

-to Bernard and Lilwen McAllister.

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-In addition to farming cattle,

-they also run a three-bedroom B&B.

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-Thanks for the welcome, Lilwen.

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-Take us back 43 years ago to when

-you opened the bed and breakfast.

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-We'd been married for seven years

-and we didn't have any children.

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-I told Bernard that I wanted

-to open a bed and breakfast.

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-He said that I was mad...

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-..but I knew I'd be in my element!

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-I listened to him,

-but continued to pester him.

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-Three weeks later...

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-..he told me to go to Fishguard on a

-Saturday morning to buy lettering...

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-..whilst he painted a black sign.

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-Bernard and Garan screwed

-on the lettering...

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-..and it was the start of it.

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-A fortnight later,

-a car pulled up outside.

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-My heart was racing

-and I was so excited.

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-"Have you got a room available?",

-they said, and I replied, "Yes."

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-I took them upstairs to have a look

-around and that is how it started.

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-It was 15 shillings a night.

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-The price has increased since then

-but they continue to come from afar.

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-The guests come here

-from all over the world.

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-I'm so lucky to have met lovely,

-nice individuals over the years.

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-There's a family

-that has returned for 40 years.

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-Chris and Elaine

-live in Buxton in Derbyshire.

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-They didn't have children at first

-and then they had a daughter.

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-She's now had a daughter herself...

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-..and they're bringing her

-here next year.

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-Since opening the B&B in 1974...

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-..there have been a lot of changes.

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-When I started, we just had one

-bathroom that had to be shared.

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-After a couple of years,

-we installed basins in the rooms.

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-This wasn't enough...

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-..so we introduced ensuites

-in three of the bedrooms.

0:39:110:39:15

-I'm sure you've seen a change...

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-..in the way people contact you

-at Erw-Lon.

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-In the early days, I'd receive a

-lot of letters and phone calls.

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-But now I receive emails

-and take online bookings.

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-Sometimes I don't speak to guests

-until their arrival.

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-You don't know who they are.

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-No, it's the gamble you take.

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-But you still welcome them.

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-Yes, I try!

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-Lilwen and her sister, Gwenda

-are a popular singing duo...

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-..and the guests enjoy

-their sing-songs on the piano.

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-The entertainment has lead to

-awards for Lilwen and Erw-Lon.

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-I was so lucky to be awarded

-the best welcome host in Wales...

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-..AA Landlady of the Year...

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-..and this year

-I won the Gold Award.

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-It makes me feel very humbled.

0:40:200:40:23

-I hope you can answer this question,

-Lilwen.

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-What's the secret of running

-a successful bed and breakfast?

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-The location and scenery

-is a factor.

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-The Preseli Hills,

-the Gwaun Valley...

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-..and the coastline

-attracts guests.

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-You also play a major part of it...

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-..and thanks for the welcome today.

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-Here's to the next 43 years.

0:40:520:40:54

-Cheers, Mari, thank you!

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-That's all we have time for today.

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-We hope you've enjoyed looking back

-at some of our summer highlights.

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-We return tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-We hope you enjoy the rest

-of your Bank Holiday.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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O ffasiwn i goginio, byddwn yn cael golwg yn ol ar ein hoff eitemau dros yr haf yng nghwmni Sian Thomas. Today we'll take a look back at our favourite items from over the summer.


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