Mon, 30 Oct 2017 Prynhawn Da


Mon, 30 Oct 2017

Heddiw, Karl Davies fydd yn pori trwy bapurau'r penwythnos; bydd Dan Williams yn y gegin ac Emma Jenkins fydd yn cynnig cyngor harddwch. Cookery with Dan Williams & beauty tips ...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We hope you've had

-a wonderful weekend.

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-The rally driver, Elfyn Evans

-has had a wonderful weekend.

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-He's the first Welshman to win

-the Wales Rally GB.

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-We'll hear from Elfyn

-on tonight's Heno.

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-We also need to congratulate Dewi

-Griffiths on his first marathon.

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-He beat the time set by any British

-competitor since 2014.

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-Natalie Powell also won gold at the

-Judo Abu Dhabi Grand Slam.

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-Congratulations to all of them.

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-Let's take a look at what you can

-expect to see on today's programme.

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-Dan prepares affordable family

-meals in the kitchen.

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-Emma has make-up bag

-advice to suit every budget.

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-We search for ghosts at Aberglasney.

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-Have you had enough of half term?

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-Don't worry as Rachel has ideas

-of how to entertain the children.

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-There's plenty to entertain you

-on this cold afternoon.

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-Stay with us over the next hour.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start by looking at the weekend

-headlines with Karl Davies.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We start with a story

-about technology.

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-I'll start by discussing

-an article from the Observer.

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-The article is entitled

-When Man Meets Metal.

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-We've been hearing about

-a new term - transhuman.

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-If you remember

-the Six Million Dollar Man...

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-..you'll be surprised to know

-that he has arrived!

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-James Young has a prosthetic arm.

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-James lost his arm and leg in a rail

-accident in east London in 2012.

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-The new arm has been designed

-by artists.

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-He enjoyed a degree of publicity...

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-..when he won a competition offered

-by a computer gaming company...

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-...to receive a bionic arm, laser

-lit and with phone-charging ports..

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-..and a personal drone attachment.

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-Those who adapt their bodies claim

-that it's part of evolution.

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-There's details of Rob Spence

-who has a camera instead of an eye.

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-Nearly a decade ago, he replaced the

-eye he had lost in his childhood...

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-..with a video camera that recorded

-real-time footage of what he saw.

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-There are some questions

-about privacy with his arm.

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-However, he claims it will be the

-plastic surgery of the future.

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-There's a photography

-by Neil Harbisson...

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-..showing a man

-with an antenna on his head.

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-He was born with a rare

-ocular condition...

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-..that only allows him

-to see colours in shades of grey.

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-He had an antenna fixed into his

-skull by a surgeon friend in 2006.

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-The antenna translates the colour

-spectrum into musical notes...

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-..and transmits the data to

-Harbisson through bone conduction.

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-His favourite colour is infrared.

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-He can see more

-than the naked eye sees.

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-He defines himself

-as trans-species.

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-I don't know how he can sleep and

-shower with his antenna!

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-The bionic man has arrived!

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-The next story is about Brexit.

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-Next, we have two stories

-about Brexit and how it affects us.

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-The article from the Express is

-entitled Stop Wheeling in Sick MPs.

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-Seriously ill MPs should not be

-wheeled to the House of Commons...

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-This often happens when there's

-going to be a close vote.

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-I remember seeing this when I worked

-in the House of Commons.

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-However, it shouldn't be allowed.

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-They should receive a proxy vote.

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-However, the Brexit vote

-depends on 400 votes.

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-The voters have to walk around parts

-of the House of Commons.

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-It's a waste of time.

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-They should have an electronic vote

-like the Cynulliad.

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-The House of Commons

-doesn't like change.

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-I'm not sure if David Nutler's

-suggestion will be welcomed.

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-The Mail on Sunday have asked,

-Will Rebel Bercow Spoil Christmas?

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-Brexit could mean a delay

-in Christmas!

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-Those who oppose Brexit have been

-accused of slowing down the vote.

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-By doing this, their Christmas break

-will be put forward.

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-The MPs often drink coffee.

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-There's one coffee in a London hotel

-that costs 50.

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-It's made from cat faeces.

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-There's a cat in Indonesia

-that eats the coffee bean.

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-An enzyme in the cat's stomach makes

-the coffee less bitter.

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-The poo is then collected and

-turned into coffee!

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-We close with socks.

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-There's a new sock that you can wear

-for six days.

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-The fibres don't allow odour

-to develop.

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-They will be available to buy next

-year from China!

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-There's a wonderful aroma coming

-from the kitchen.

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-After the break,

-Dan prepares a beef stroganoff.

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-We find out what

-essential make-up to buy...

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-..the reasonable or the expensive.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We turn our attention to half term

-affordable meals for the family.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dan.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dan.

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-Thank you.

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-Today's dish is a beef stroganoff.

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-I've got beef.

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-This is rump steak.

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-It doesn't matter

-if this is cooked fully...

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-..as it cooks fast.

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-Add a bit of salt

-to the sliced beef.

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-Make sure the slices are 1cm long.

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-People believe beef stroganoff

-is difficult to prepare.

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-Many say to cook them for hours,

-but my recipe is quick.

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-If you want to make this stroganoff,

-buy rump steak.

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-I'm going to add a sliced onion

-to the mix.

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-These will cook quickly.

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-Add a clove of garlic.

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-Everything is going in

-to this one pan.

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-I'll also add

-finely chopped mushrooms.

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-You have to slice things finely.

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-You want everything to be

-similar in size.

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-I'm adding Worcester sauce.

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-This will add the spice to the dish.

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-I'm also adding 300ml of double

-cream and one teaspoon of paprika.

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-This will reduce down

-for two minutes.

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-Don't put too much cream in.

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-Every time I cook,

-I use double cream.

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-I've also got some basmati rice

-and chives.

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-We add the chives to the rice.

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-This is a five minute meal.

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-You could do this after work.

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-If you don't eat meat, you can

-use a variety of mushrooms...

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-..instead of the beef.

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-I'll add some honey to the dish.

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-We want to sample it.

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-I'm used to it now!

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-I don't want to get it over my top.

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-This is delicious.

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-I can't believe how quick it was.

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-Thank you, Dan.

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-Dan returns later with fish cakes.

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-Prynhawn Da and Heno

-are looking for the new Gelert.

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-Your dog doesn't need to have saved

-a life or done something incredible.

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-On Wednesday's Heno,

-the S4C month of legends begins...

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-..and we announce the judges of our

-competition and the prize.

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-The prize is worth winning.

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-For those of you who are dog lovers

-and there's many of you...

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-..we're searching for special dogs,

-that really have the woof factor.

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-Do you know of a pug or poodle that

-has transformed somebody's life?

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-Do you own a sheepdog or whippet

-with a heroic story?

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-Over the next few weeks,

-we'll travel across Wales...

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-..in search of the surprising

-stories of brave, remarkable dogs.

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-If you know the new Gelert, contact

-us on prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

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-Get in touch with us.

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-You don't need to wander around

-high street make-up counters...

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-..to realize that make-up

-is expensive.

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-There are cheaper options available

-and Emma has done the work for us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It was hard work.

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-For every expensive item,

-there's something cheaper...

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-..that will do the same job.

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-I like to look online

-for the duplicate products.

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-Many people have tested different

-things and share their advice.

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-Today, you've used expensive

-products on one half of the model.

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-Rhian has half a face

-of expensive products...

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-..and the other half is cheaper.

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-I'm going to start with foundation.

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-Estee Lauder Double Wear is

-bought somewhere in the world...

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-..every three seconds.

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-Rhian uses this foundation.

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-I'm also using under-eye concealer.

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-I put the concealer on

-in a triangle.

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-I'm going to blend it in.

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-The colour is slightly lighter

-than the foundation.

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-You don't want it to create

-a panda eye.

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-You lift the shape of the face.

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-It will help to improve

-the look of the cheekbones.

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-Remember this Owain!

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-I already know all these tips!

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-You need good concealer as you

-don't want it to go in the wrinkles.

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-I've also got eyeliner.

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-I put this on Rhian

-before we came on air.

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-Rhian will apply

-the Lancome mascara.

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-L'Oreal and Lancome

-are the same company.

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-This mascara from Lancome is 24.50

-but the one from L'Oreal is 10.

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-You expect good quality

-from L'Oreal.

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-I don't see the difference

-in the face.

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-The foundation is from Rimmel.

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-I don't see much of a difference.

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-I don't see any difference.

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-It doesn't feel different.

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-We've also got CC cream.

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-The price difference is shocking.

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-Sometimes, I like to buy

-the more expensive things.

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-However, if you can find it

-for cheaper, then it's great.

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-If you like skin care,

-make sure you spend money on it.

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-If you have great skin then you

-have a great base for make-up.

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-Next, we have eyeliner

-and this one from NYX is great.

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-We've also got the L'Oreal mascara.

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-I think they're great.

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-The foundations are similar.

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-Both of the concealers

-are similar.

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-What would you choose?

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-I would choose

-Estee Lauder Double wear.

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-And I would choose

-the cheaper eyeliner.

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-Thank you, Emma.

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-There's plenty still to come

-on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Still to come,

-Rachel Davies has advice...

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-..on how to entertain

-children this half term.

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-We return to the kitchen to prepare

-affordable meals with Dan.

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-We're celebrating Halloween on

-Prynhawn Da with Daf Wyn this week.

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-Today, he goes in search of ghosts

-at Aberglasney.

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-Aberglasney house and gardens...

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-..has been home to Llandeilo gentry

-since the Middle Ages.

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-At one time,

-the house fell into disrepair...

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-..but it's since been returned

-to its former glory.

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-The medieval house and gardens

-are filled with history.

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-Therefore, it's no wonder that

-ghosts are thought to roam here.

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-We need to remember that Aberglasney

-has been completely transformed.

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-Nowadays, it looks wonderful

-and it's a pleasure coming here.

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-In the past, boys on their bikes

-would come to this area...

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-..and peek through the hedge to see

-a ruin that was covered in brambles.

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-There are all sorts of ghost stories

-connected to the place.

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-The ghost of a woman has been seen

-crossing in front of the house.

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-One Sunday afternoon, the singer

-and actor, Geraint Gruffydd...

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-..spotted a figure crossing through

-the grass in old-fashioned clothes.

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-In the past, the house

-looked very threatening.

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-I didn't feel comfortable visiting.

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-I once said that I'd never

-sleep a night at Aberglasney...

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-..for all the tea in China.

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-Some people will recall the very

-colourful character, Francis Jones.

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-He'd been to visit the house alone.

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-Half way up the stairs,

-a spirit grabbed hold of him.

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-He admitted

-to running out of the house.

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-Once he was outside, he couldn't

-understand what came over him.

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-He convinced himself that there was

-nothing there and returned inside.

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-The same thing happened

-for the second time.

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-He ran outside once again

-and had to go home.

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-Those who work at Aberglasney house

-and gardens often hear noises...

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-..like laughter or old shoes

-walking across floorboards.

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-This used to be a working house...

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-..with servants living under

-the same roof as their employers.

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-Centuries ago, Jane Wyatt

-saw something frightening upstairs.

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-She came inside and saw five corpse

-candles moving around the room.

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-A corpse candle is a light that

-can be seen after a person's death.

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-She saw five of these corpse candles

-in this very room.

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-Some time later, the family had

-gone away to get the room plastered.

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-They lit a fire to heat the room

-and five maids went to their beds.

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-However, the fire's poisonous gasses

-had killed the maids by the morning.

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-The five corpse candles were seen

-in this room before the maids died.

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-The ghost aren't confined

-to the house alone.

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-Many visitors have seen old clothes

-meandering around the gardens.

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-I've been wandering the house

-and gardens at Aberglasney.

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-I've heard all about the ghosts

-that supposedly live here.

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-However, I'm yet to see anything.

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-I'm scared of ghosts!

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-It's half term,

-but are you fed up already?

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-Don't worry as Rachel Davies

-has a studio full of ideas...

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-..on how to entertain the children

-over the holidays.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Where do we begin?

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-This year, Halloween falls on the

-start of the half term holidays...

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-..and Bonfire Night

-is at the end of the holidays.

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-The activities that I've got

-to entertain the children...

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-..are inspired

-by both of these days.

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-You could do some last minute

-pumpkin decorating or carving.

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-If you want to find inspiration...

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-..there are stencils

-from Home Bargains and cost 59p.

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-You could use blackboard paint

-over the pumpkin...

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-..and you could decorate it

-with chalk.

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-It can take a long time

-to carve the pumpkin.

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-Removing the centre

-is also difficult.

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-There are also many games

-you can play on Halloween.

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-You could have an orange

-bowling competition.

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-These would be great for tomorrow.

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-You can try and throw the spider

-on to the cobweb.

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-Or my favourite is Dafydd's bones.

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-Cut Dafydd up and hide

-the bones around the house.

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-The children will need to search

-for it and put them back together.

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-I've also got some

-art and craft ideas.

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-This Halloween plate is from

-The Range and costs 3.99.

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-This will keep them busy.

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-After Halloween, our attention

-turns to Bonfire Night.

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-Bonfire Night

-is a festival for the senses.

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-We've got a person at the front.

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-They can decorate that

-in time for Bonfire Night.

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-We hope the weather continues

-to be fine this week.

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-There are various sets in The Works

-and they're two for 10.

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-These sets are for Christmas,

-but you could use them now.

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-They include creating explosions

-or bath bombs.

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-There are four different sets.

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-If you don't want to spend the money

-before Christmas...

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-..you can create your own bath

-bombs using ingredients at home.

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-All you need is some colours,

-washing up liquid and milk.

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-You see the colours mixing together.

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-You can create experiments at home.

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-Children enjoy making a mess.

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-All of the information you need

-is online.

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-There's also this set that can

-help you make paper aeroplanes.

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-You could make a rocket in time

-for Bonfire Night.

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-You could also decorate them.

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-Would the glitter affect the way

-the rocket performs?

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-Next, we have bath bombs.

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-You can make these at home

-with bicarbonate and oil.

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-If the weather is fine, you could do

-Gemau Guto or Guy Games.

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-The first step you would need to

-take is to dress in bright clothes.

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-Use pens to decorate a T-shirt.

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-You also need to paint your face.

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-Face paints are available from The

-Range and they cost 1.50 - 1.99.

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-There will need to

-be different teams.

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-Games will include

-running like a rocket...

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-..turning like a Catherine wheel,

-jumping and spinning a hula hoop.

0:33:150:33:21

-I've made a paper plane.

0:33:280:33:31

-Thank you, Rachel.

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-After the break, Dan returns to

-the kitchen to prepare fishcakes.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We end the programme in the kitchen

-with Dan.

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-We're continuing with our affordable

-half term meals for the family.

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-What is the next recipe?

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-The second recipe

-is for fish cakes.

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-I'm making fishcakes.

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-They're so easy that your children

-could make them.

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-Potatoes are the base

-for most fishcakes.

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-We're making smoked fishcakes

-with haddock.

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-I've used milk too.

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-Smoked salmon is also used

-as it has a strong taste.

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-Could you use leftover potatoes?

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-You could use your leftover mash

-potatoes in this recipe.

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-Remove the skin from the fish.

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-Make sure there aren't any bones

-left in the fish.

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-I rip the salmon as you'll find big

-pieces of fish in your fishcake.

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-Next, add some fresh parsley.

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-Chop it finely.

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-Can you use dry herbs?

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-If you can't find fresh herbs,

-you can use dried herbs.

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-However, the fresh herbs are better

-and are tastier.

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-Season the mixture with salt.

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-Fold the mixture together.

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-Don't be too rough or the fish

-will break into pieces.

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-You could add some breadcrumbs.

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-Leave the breadcrumbs

-to absorb the moisture.

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-You want quite a dry mixture...

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-..to make sure the fishcakes

-retain their shape.

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-You can form the fishcakes

-with your hands.

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-Press them down lightly

-with your hand.

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-Allow them to rest for a while

-before coating them.

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-Coat the fishcakes in flour,

-eggs and then breadcrumbs.

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-Use different hands

-to keep the process clean.

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-Seal the fishcakes in some oil

-before putting them in the oven.

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-Did you cook the fish prior

-to adding them to the mixture?

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-The fish will cook through

-when they're in the oven.

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-Ensure they're fully cooked through

-before serving.

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-You should cook the haddock

-before adding it to the mixture.

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-I'm using white wine vinegar and

-butter in this bur blanc.

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-These fishcakes have been

-in the oven for a while.

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-How long do the fishcakes

-need to be in the oven?

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-They only need to be in the oven for

-around five minutes to warm through.

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-I have spinach which has been

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-Serve the spinach on a plate,

-topped with one of the fishcakes.

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-Finish off the dish

-with a slice of lemon.

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-You could add chives to the sauce.

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-It's a healthy recipe and

-very simple to make.

0:39:440:39:48

-Mari from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What delights have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-Join Rhodri and me for

-tonight's hour-long Heno at 7.00pm.

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-The Wales Rally GB took place over

-the weekend.

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-The four day event started on

-Thursday and finished yesterday.

0:40:080:40:12

-Tonight, we'll be chatting

-to the winner, Elfyn Evans.

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-He's back in Dolgellau

-with his family.

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-The singer, Gareth Bonello,

-will be performing for us.

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-He won the Welsh Music Prize

-recently.

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-On Saturday, a grand concert was

-held at Pontrhydfendigaid Pavilion.

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-The concert marked

-the tenth anniversary...

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-..of the Amser Justin Time charity

-and our cameras were there.

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-The poet, Aneirin Karadog,

-will be in the studio.

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-This looks wonderful.

0:40:430:40:45

-It's a shame to ruin the display

-of your dish!

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-Grab a fork, Mari.

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-Tomorrow, we'll be celebrating

-Halloween with ghost stories.

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-Iolo Williams and Hywel Teifi

-Edwards walk along the trenches...

0:41:200:41:26

-..of the Great World War

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-We hope you enjoy

-the rest of your day.

0:41:340:41:37

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Heddiw, Karl Davies fydd yn pori trwy bapurau'r penwythnos; bydd Dan Williams yn y gegin ac Emma Jenkins fydd yn cynnig cyngor harddwch. Cookery with Dan Williams & beauty tips from Emma.