Mon, 29 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 29 Feb 2016

Bydd Lisa Fearn yn y gegin; bydd Catrin Gerallt yn pori trwy bapurau'r penwythnos a chawn gyngor harddwch gan Marian Fenner. Marian Fenner gives beauty tips & Lisa Fearn is in t...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da...

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-..on Monday 29 February

-as it's a leap year.

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-Happy birthday to all those...

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-..celebrating their first birthday

-in four years.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-This is what else

-we have for you today.

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-Lisa makes a cawl and Welshcakes

-in preparation for St David's Day.

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-Heledd tells us about Shnwcs that

-is ideal for those with a new baby.

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-Ann Hughes chats about the

-2016 Wales Interceltic Festival...

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-..that's held in Porthcawl

-over the weekend.

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-Marion has some beauty gifts

-for Mother's Day.

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-Dylan Rowlands discusses the wines

-to serve on St David's Day.

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-Join us for all this on Prynhawn Da

-on 29 February.

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-We start the programme...

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-..by looking at some of the

-headlines with Catrin Gerallt.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-There's no better place to start

-than with the Oscars...

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-..that were announced in Los Angeles

-last night.

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-It was a great night.

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-It's no wonder to know about the

-winners.

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-This year's Oscars was

-overshadowed by the controversy...

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-..surrounding the race row and lack

-of diversity amongst the nominees.

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-Leonardo DiCaprio

-has finally won himself an Oscar.

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-Leonardo DiCaprio won the Best Actor

-Oscar for his role in The Revenant.

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-It's an incredible film.

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-The Welsh make-up artist, Sian Grigg

-was nominated for an Oscar...

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-..for her work on the make-up

-for The Revenant.

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-I read an article about the way Sian

-had to prepare Leonardo DiCaprio...

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-..for the role.

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-Leonardo DiCaprio is attacked

-by a bear in this film.

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-She had to prepare a false layer

-of skin.

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-This year, three of the 40 women who

-were nominated hailed from Wales.

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-The producer,

-Kimberley Warner's documentary...

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-..was shortlisted

-in the short documentary category.

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-The visual effects artist,

-Sara Bennett...

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-..was nominated for her work

-in Ex Machina...

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-..and she won the Oscar too.

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-Where are all the men from Wales?

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-They should have been nominated too.

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-There's been a lot of discussion

-about racism at the awards.

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-A lot of the press focused

-on the ceremony...

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-..as opposed to the actual winners.

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-None of the nominees

-had black skin.

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-Will Smith and his wife chose

-to boycott the ceremony.

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-The Oscars was presented

-by the black comedian, Chris Rock.

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-He did a great job.

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-He was very sensitive.

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-He has been praised for

-his presentation skills.

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-He said that Hollywood has been

-racist since the start...

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-..and this has not changed

-in the 88 years of the Oscars.

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-He also pocked fun at some of

-his fellow black Oscars.

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-There's also been a new study that

-has exposed a class ceiling...

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-..that deters

-less privileged actors.

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-A study by The Observer

-revealed the extent...

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-..to which actors from

-relatively wealthy backgrounds...

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-..are dominating the theatre

-and film industry.

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-Some 73% of British performers in

-the theatre and film industry...

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-..are from middle-class backgrounds.

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-Actors such as Benedict Cumberbatch

-went to a private school.

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-It's very expensive

-to live in London.

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-Many of the actors have homes

-in London.

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-It's very difficult for people

-to get work in London...

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-..if you don't live in the city.

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-Let's move to The Sunday Times.

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-The Sunday Times has revealed...

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-..the ten most Eurosceptic

-and Europhile places in Britain.

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-Many referred to the conflict

-between David Cameron...

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-..and Boris Johnson!

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-Both of these men are Tories.

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-A lady who does stand-up said that

-she felt sorry...

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-..for David Cameron.

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-He's been criticized a lot

-for his role in the EU.

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-Many think that he should stop

-criticizing Boris.

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-Thank you, Catrin.

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-After the break, Lisa joins us

-to rustle up a warming Welsh cawl.

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-It's the perfect dish on a cold day.

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-Heledd ventures to Cardiff to hear

-of a new business called Shnwcs.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Lisa Fearn joins us in the kitchen.

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-We start with a warming Welsh cawl.

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-What's the difference

-between a cawl and a lobscouse?

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-People in North Wales often

-refer to this dish as a lobscouse.

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-We use the word, Cawl

-in South Wales.

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-This is cawl to me.

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-You can use any type of meat

-for this.

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-You can use ham.

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-I'm using beef today.

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-There's a lot of fat in lamb,

-but you can use it for cawl.

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-I'm using a brisket.

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-Brisket looks like steak,

-but is a cheaper piece of meat.

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-You need to cook this slowly.

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-Cut the brisket into small pieces

-and lightly fry it in oil.

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-This will begin the cooking process.

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-I'm not going to show you

-that process now.

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-I cooked this piece of meat

-for two hours.

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-The meat will come away in pieces

-after two hours of cooking.

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-The cheaper pieces of meat

-are usually used for cawl.

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-If you eat cawl like this,

-you can have your five-a-day.

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-We're using the traditional

-root vegetables.

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-The leeks are from my garden.

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-I'm also using a parsnip,

-carrots and potatoes.

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-I'm going to chop these up.

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-Children always ask me what size

-they should chop the vegetables to.

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-It should be enough to fill a spoon

-but no bigger.

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-If you like sprouts,

-you can put them in to the cawl.

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-I've chopped all of the vegetables

-to the same size...

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-I've chopped all of the vegetables

-to the same size...

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-..apart from the potatoes.

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-Add two litres of vegetable

-or chicken stock.

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-You can use the liquid that was used

-from the meat.

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-Every cawl tastes different.

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-Place the vegetables in the saucepan

-with the brisket...

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-..and cover them in boiling water.

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-You can see how easily the meat

-breaks up after two hours.

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-My grandmother used

-to cut the meat on the plate...

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-..to see how much meat

-she would add to the cawl.

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-Serve it with hot bread and cheese.

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-Thank you, Lisa.

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-Next, we venture to Cardiff...

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-..where Heledd Gwyndaf hears

-of a new company called Shnwcs.

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-A year ago, this home had a new baby

-and it inspired a new business.

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-Maternity leave is challenging

-with lots to learn...

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-..practical duties to do, whilst

-attempting to keep the mind active.

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-You could start a business

-like Sara Mair from Cardiff.

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-I wanted baby milestone cards for my

-son, Steffan and found English ones.

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-I didn't want to fill our photo

-album with those as we speak Welsh.

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-Therefore, we decided to create

-packs of 30 Welsh milestone cards.

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-In English, there were already cards

-to mark milestones in a baby's life.

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-The cards are designed to

-eradicate the need for photo albums.

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-My mother had a book

-of my milestones like first steps.

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-These days, we don't have as much

-time and we want instant results.

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-We take out our phones,

-take a photograph...

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-..to share with friends and family

-on Facebook or WhatsApp.

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-Sara Mair saw a gap in the market.

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-These cards

-aren't just Welsh translations.

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-They're adaptations

-because they also have a Welsh feel.

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-My friends advised me

-to include cards with milestones...

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-..such as the first Eisteddfod,

-first St David's Day...

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-..and cards that show support

-for Wales during match days.

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-It sounds like you've done

-lots of informal market research.

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-I've questioned lots of friends

-who are also parents.

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-They've put me on the right track

-regarding which cards to include.

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-How have you marketed the cards?

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-I haven't done much advertising

-and I've depended on word of mouth.

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-Other parents have seen the cards

-on Facebook and sent me a message.

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-Sara Mair enjoys

-being an entrepreneur.

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-I've been doing this for five weeks

-but already ordered more stock.

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-The cards are available

-in Welsh shops in Cardiff and Wales.

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-It was rather scary

-when the first packs arrived.

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-However,

-the response has been fantastic.

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-Do you have plans

-to expand your business?

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-I'm still waiting

-for my next brainwave.

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-Good luck to Sara

-with her new business.

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-Rhodri from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What delights have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-We visit Aberdare...

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-..to view some of the daffodils

-that have bloomed early.

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-Last night, the world of the silver

-screen was out in full force...

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-..for the 88th annual Oscars.

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-Lowri Cooke joins us to chat about

-the films and the actors...

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-..who made it to the fore.

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-Huw Rees looks at the best and

-worst dressed from the red carpet...

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-..and recreates some of the styles

-of the Oscars.

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-The photographer, Keith Morris

-joins us in the studio...

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-..and reveals the winner of our

-winter photography competition.

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-After the break...

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-..Ann Hughes chats about

-the 2016 Wales Interceltic Festival.

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-Marion has beauty gifts

-for Mother's Day.

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-Welcome back.

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-Ann Hughes

-is one of the organizers...

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-..of the 2016 Wales

-Interceltic Festival...

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-..that's held in Porthcawl

-this weekend.

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-Welcome to the programme, Ann.

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-Tell us more about the festival.

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-We invite artists from different

-Celtic countries to perform.

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-The artists will visit schools

-and hold workshops.

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-We unofficially start with a party

-for the artists on Thursday.

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-The band, Rura from Ireland

-will perform on Friday.

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-The festival

-has been running for 15 years.

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-We visited an event similar to this

-in L'orient.

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-We didn't feel that we had an event

-like this in Wales.

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-The festival was a great success

-last year.

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-We have a special harp project

-this year.

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-Harpists from different countries

-will come together...

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-..and prepare a special project

-for us.

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-For more information, visit the

-website www.cwlwmceltaidd.org

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-You'll find the details

-of the program on our website.

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-We've always have clog dancing

-at the event.

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-Tudur Phillips has been

-teaching in schools this year...

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-..and we hope that 50 children

-will come together on Sunday...

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-..to perform at the festival.

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-The groups who will perform

-on the weekend...

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-..include Rura,

-Mabon and Sorella.

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-We have many different artists.

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-This year, Easter is early

-so Mother's Day is early too...

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-..and it's on Sunday.

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-Are you looking for gifts

-for your mother and grandmother?

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-on our behalf.

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-Welcome to the programme, Marion.

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-Thank you.

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-I've tried to find products

-for everyone.

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-Christmas wasn't that long ago.

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-I've tried to look for unique

-and different gifts.

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-Everything you will need

-for cleaning the body...

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-..is available in this indulgence

-collection.

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-The next products

-are also for the body.

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-The body wash and lotion

-is also reasonably priced.

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-The product is by Ted Baker

-and it costs 7.50.

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-Next, we have a product by the

-Body Shop product is 28.

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-They all have great packaging.

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-The roses

-are grown in Haverfordwest.

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-This product is great

-and comes from Wales.

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-Next, we move on to facial products.

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-The Estee Lauder product costs 42.

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-You pay for this moisturizer...

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-..but you get everything else

-for free.

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-This is a great treat and makes

-the price much more reasonable.

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-I keep the miniatures

-for when I go away.

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-Their skin has less colour

-and is thinner.

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-This product gives colour

-to the face...

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-..and helps to keep the skin

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-The Smashbox product costs 28.

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-It looks more like a gift

-with the bow.

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-You can ask the ladies

-in the shop to do this.

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-Next, we have a product by Clinique

-that costs 79.

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-If you buy this Clinique product,

-you get the three steps with it.

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-You use it for a few seconds a day.

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-Next, we have perfume.

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-The Si Giorgio Armani

-product costs 67.50.

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-This is great for the spring.

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-He's collected stones from the sea

-for many years.

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-That is the reason for the shape

-of the top on the bottles.

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-You want a nice bottle

-to put on your dressing tables.

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-Our final product is CK2 by

-Calvin Klein which costs 45.

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-You can share this with the husband

-or partner.

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-This is light

-and has a spicy element to it.

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-Thank you, Marion.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Lisa has returned to the studio.

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-The cawl you made earlier

-was delicious.

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-The next recipe is for Welshcakes.

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-Everyone has the same recipe...

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-..but they all seem

-to taste differently.

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-Everyone has their own recipe

-for Welshcakes.

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-I've looked at them and they all

-appear to be the same!

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-Some people include cinnamon...

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-..but I don't like it in my recipe.

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-It's difficult to cook them

-in a frying pan...

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-..as they can burn.

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-Most people cook them on a stone.

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-The recipe is made from self-raising

-flour and salted butter.

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-Do you use salted

-or unsalted butter?

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-Some ingredients say to make it

-with unsalted butter...

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-..but to add a touch of salt.

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-I decide that it's best to ignore

-that step...

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-..and just use unsalted butter!

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-Mix the butter and flour.

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-You can use a device for this task.

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-That device is great for those who

-have painful hands.

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-Add some sugar for sweetness.

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-You can add currants, cranberries

-or even some ginger.

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-Break in an egg to help

-to bind the mixture.

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-You might need a touch of milk

-if it looks too dry.

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-This mixture is formed into a ball.

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-It's time to roll it out.

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-You can use this dough

-to make a big Welshcake.

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-It looks like a cake.

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-I halved the dough ball...

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-..and rolled it out to fill the base

-of a greased pan.

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-The second part is rolled out

-and placed on top.

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-I've also sliced some rhubarb...

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-..and baked it in the oven

-with some grenadine.

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-The grenadine helps the rhubarb

-to retain it's redness.

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-Add the rhubarb to the centre

-of the cake.

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-The remainder of the Welshcake

-mixture goes on top.

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-I want to try the rhubarb one.

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-Let's turn this out.

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-Take a sharp knife

-to cut through it.

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-You can see the thin layer

-in the middle.

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-It's served with the rhubarb.

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-You can even spilt it and butter it!

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-Sian can try that.

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-There's some syrup to go with it.

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-Thank you, Lisa.

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-We've been asking for photographs in

-our winter photography competition.

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-Don't send more photographs as the

-winner is released on Heno later.

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-Let's take a look

-at some of your entries.

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-Those were some

-fantastic photographs.

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-It's time for us to discuss wine

-with our expert, Dylan Rowlands.

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-I hope we can get to try some too!

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You've chosen wine to have with

-cawl tomorrow.

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-We have a Pant Du red wine.

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-It's ideal for the lobscouse

-or the cawl.

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-It's a red wine from Wales.

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-The Pant Du red wine is made

-from the Rondo grape in Wales.

0:36:000:36:05

-That's delicious.

0:36:050:36:13

-It's like a Beaujolais.

0:36:130:36:21

-How much does it cost?

0:36:210:36:30

-The Pant Du red wine is 15.

0:36:300:36:36

-It's an artisan wine.

0:36:360:36:43

-This means that it is going

-to be more expensive.

0:36:430:36:49

-We also have

-a Baron de Ley Rioja Reserva.

0:36:490:36:54

-The Baron de Ley is a Spanish wine

-made in 2010.

0:36:550:37:04

-It's been kept in oak caskets

-for a few years.

0:37:050:37:13

-This is great when

-it's served with meat.

0:37:130:37:23

-The acidity of the wine will break

-through the fatty meat.

0:37:250:37:30

-I prefer the Welsh wine.

0:37:300:37:37

-It has an oaky flavour.

0:37:370:37:43

-We move to the Welshcakes.

0:37:430:37:52

-We've got a fizzy wine.

0:37:530:37:57

-The Cascina Barisel Moscato d'Asti

-is an Italian wine made in 2014.

0:37:580:38:08

-It's sweet and light.

0:38:080:38:11

-It's only about 5% alcohol.

0:38:110:38:15

-It smells like grapes.

0:38:150:38:20

-It has a strong perfume.

0:38:200:38:25

-You could drink a lot of that!

0:38:250:38:30

-It's ideal for an afternoon tea.

0:38:300:38:34

-I think it's great

-with the Welshcakes.

0:38:350:38:45

-It would be lovely

-with a Victoria sponge.

0:38:470:38:51

-There's also a Chateau Cornelien

-Loupiac white wine.

0:38:510:39:01

-The grapes for this wine

-have been left to go mouldy.

0:39:060:39:11

-This is sweet.

0:39:110:39:17

-It makes a real difference

-to the flavour.

0:39:170:39:23

-It's a delicious flavour.

0:39:230:39:28

-They taste like a sultana.

0:39:280:39:38

-A lot of people don't like to drink

-too much sweet wine.

0:39:380:39:44

-That's really sweet.

0:39:450:39:55

-If the food is sweet,

-I think the sweetness in the wine...

0:39:550:40:01

-..helps to balance the sweetness

-of the food.

0:40:020:40:06

-You can pick up a bottle

-of the Chateau Cornelien Loupiac...

0:40:060:40:11

-..for 4 from Lidl.

0:40:120:40:15

-It's down in price from about 7.

0:40:150:40:22

-You're publishing your latest book.

0:40:220:40:28

-Yes, it's being launched tomorrow.

0:40:280:40:33

-Rarebit and Rioja is published

-by Y Lolfa and on sale for 14.99.

0:40:330:40:43

-When is the launch?

0:40:450:40:47

-It's a translation

-of a previous book we've written.

0:40:470:40:57

-The launch is tomorrow.

0:40:570:41:01

-Lisa can bring some of her recipes

-so we can try them with the wine.

0:41:010:41:05

-I'd like to try that.

0:41:050:41:09

-I'll finish the lobscouse later.

0:41:100:41:15

-The wine is sweet.

0:41:150:41:24

-I'll drink red wine with the cawl!

0:41:240:41:26

-Thank you, Dylan.

0:41:260:41:33

-Our series on babies continues

-as we discuss home births.

0:41:340:41:37

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:370:41:39

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0:41:410:41:41

Bydd Lisa Fearn yn y gegin; bydd Catrin Gerallt yn pori trwy bapurau'r penwythnos a chawn gyngor harddwch gan Marian Fenner. Marian Fenner gives beauty tips & Lisa Fearn is in the kitchen.


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