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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-at the start of a brand-new week.
-We're back to normal at the
-usual time of 2.00pm every day.
-Yes, until the Eisteddfod but we'll
-tell you more later in the week.
-Did you have a good weekend, Sian?
-Yes, I joined some ladies
-for a hen day around the Gower.
-I was on a stag do in Bristol.
-There's no connection
-between both parties!
-We both had quiet weekends.
-This is what we've got
-for you today.
-Celery is nutritious and burns
-more calories than it contains.
-Dan shares alternative ways
-of cooking with the vegetable.
-Members of the Women's Institute
-chat about this year's campaigns.
-Have you exfoliated your skin
-and bought sun cream to get a tan?
-Marion has advice on how to
-maintain a post-holiday tan.
-her walking boots today.
-I'll tell you about a charity walk
-where you can keep fit...
-..enjoy the best scenery in Wales
-and raise money for a good cause.
-There's all this in store for you
-over the next 50 minutes.
-Stay tuned to Daf and myself
-for today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start today with Andrew Tamplin
-to discuss the weekend newspapers.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Today's newspapers are rightly
-dominated by one story...
-..and it's the centenary
-of the Battle of Passchendaele.
-It's a centenary since
-the Battle of Passchendaele.
-Some 800,000 soldiers were killed
-in the Battle of Passchendaele.
-Those were people on both sides.
-There's about 800,000 people
-living in Cardiff today.
-Many of them were young.
-A lot of those killed
-were in their late teens.
-There's a lot of services
-Carwyn Jones has attended
-a special service...
-the fallen Welsh soldiers.
-Hedd Wyn was killed on the first day
-of the Battle of Passchendaele.
-We all remember Hedd Wyn as being
-the Poet of the Black Chair.
-This is an important year.
-The film, Hedd Wyn
-was aired on S4C last night.
-There's a lot of services
-held over the coming days.
-One of the most striking images
-is the falling poppies...
-..from the Menin Gate.
-Our next story
-is from the Daily Mail.
-We're all aware that it's against
-the law to drive in the UK...
-..whilst using your mobile phone.
-In Honolulu in Hawaii,
-it is now against the law...
-..to cross the road
-whilst using a mobile phone.
-Using a mobile phone
-whilst crossing the road...
-..has been given the title
-of Distracted Walking.
-I was recently in London and saw
-a lot of people on mobile phones...
-..and they were oblivious
-to what was happening around them.
-They claim that this law
-will save lives.
-The fine is about 75.
-It could come into this country!
-Brits say that four in every ten...
-..have had an accident
-whilst using their mobile phones.
-I was reading about
-people riding on mopeds.
-We're addicted to our mobile phones.
-People want to know
-what's happening in the world.
-Don't use your phone in Honolulu!
-Let's turn to our next story.
-The number of cases of men
-being admitted to hospital...
-..due to eating disorders
-has risen by 70%.
-There's as many men being
-admitted as women these days.
-It's quite astounding.
-Television programmes are to blame.
-Body perfection has been blamed
-for the rise in cases...
-..of eating disorders amongst men.
-A lot of young men
-are taking steroids.
-such as Love Island...
-..have shown the perfect bodies.
-Nigel Owens has made a programme
-about eating disorders in men.
-People are more willing
-to talk about this.
-There's less of a taboo
-about the topic.
-Time has beaten us.
-After the break...
-..we hear Dan's advice
-on how to cook celery.
-It's nutritious and inexpensive.
-And Maureen and Amaryllis
-from the Women's Institute...
-..chat about the
-latest campaigns and events.
-We'll see you shortly.
-We've joined Dan in the kitchen.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Dan shows us how to cook celery
-as it's nutritious and inexpensive.
-Yes, I'm using celery today.
-It's a healthy vegetable.
-Celery is classed as
-a negative-calorie food...
-..due to its low-calorie count.
-It's full of water and nutrients.
-It has a strong flavour.
-It loses its flavour as you cook it!
-You can use it for many recipes.
-The centre is the best part.
-The first dish of the day is
-for a mackerel and celery salad.
-I've removed the skin
-and bones of the mackerel.
-It's full of bones.
-Brush the skin
-with some Dijon mustard.
-English mustard is much stronger...
-Sprinkle it with some black pepper.
-Fry it skin-side down in the pan.
-It will take minutes.
-Next, we've got the salad.
-A Waldorf salad is very popular.
-I like to use a red apple.
-You can use any apple.
-Use a variety of apples.
-The fat in the mackerel helps
-it to cook.
-Season the mackerel
-with a touch of salt.
-Turn it over.
-Take it off the heat.
-I got a whiff of the mackerel.
-The pan retains the heat
-to finish cooking the mackerel.
-Let's turn to the celery.
-Use the leaves
-and the heart of the celery.
-Peel away the strands
-on the celery.
-Let's build our salad.
-We've got the celery and watercress.
-Celery is good for you
-for a number of reasons.
-A lot of people don't know
-what to do with eat.
-It's great for you.
-I learnt that celery
-helps you sleep.
-It's an aphrodisiac too!
-Let's make a dressing too.
-You need Dijon mustard,
-..and some olive oil.
-Use extra virgin olive oil
-or any other olive oil.
-Don't use vegetable oil
-for the dressing.
-This only takes minutes.
-It's a very summery dish.
-It's also very healthy.
-Can you use more of the celery?
-If you want to use all the celery,
-peel it and chop it up.
-You can use any part of the celery.
-You can also cook the celery.
-Salads can be made from anything.
-Celery is very cheap at the moment.
-I paid 1 for all this celery!
-our series on babies returns.
-Sarah Louise and her daughter, Nora
-have a special message for you.
-Hello, it's Sarah Louise
-and Nora Louise!
-We're very excited
-to be back with you tomorrow...
-..when we'll be discussing
-Please, please send your comments
-or questions to Prynhawn Da.
-We're looking forward to seeing you.
-Say ta-ta, Nora... Ta-ta!
-We look forward to welcoming
-Nora and Sarah Louise tomorrow.
-Contact us if you have a question
-or some advice on breastfeeding.
-Call us on 01554 880 880
-or email [email protected]
-We look forward to hearing from you.
-Our guests have been members of the
-Women's Institute in Carmarthen...
-..for a total of 87 years
-They have joined us to discuss
-their period as members...
-..and this year's appeal.
-Maureen and Amaryllis,
-welcome to the programme.
-Sorry about revealing that fact!
-It's 87 years between you.
-When did you start with the WI?
-I started when I had small children.
-I didn't have any family
-in the area.
-They wanted a young dancer.
-I was invited to take part.
-I thought I was too young
-to the Women's Institute!
-I've been with them every since.
-When did you start?
-My friend, Meryl kept asking me
-to join the Women's Institute.
-I thought I was too young.
-However, I learnt more about them...
-..and stayed with them for years.
-I stopped going
-to care for my mother...
-after her death in 2001.
-I'd go and learn about
-so many things.
-Before I knew it, I was part
-of the executive board!
-You also have an important role.
-I've always loved the WI.
-A friend asked me
-to be a WI advisor.
-I've been doing this
-for about 15 years.
-We've started two new WI groups
-in the last year...
-..in Burry Port and Johnstown
-You were in Llanelwedd last week.
-Yes, we were at
-the Royal Welsh Show last year.
-We were very lucky
-to win the Rose Bowl.
-I was only there
-for one afternoon...
-..and it was enough!
-I had a great time.
-You have a campaign to try
-and combat loneliness.
-You see people and you don't know
-that they are lonely.
-A lot of people don't see
-another person in days.
-The two campaigns were chosen...
-..at the annual meeting of
-the Women's Institute in Liverpool.
-Over 4,000 people
-at the meeting in Liverpool...
-..thought that we should highlight
-the issue of being lonely.
-It's very emotional.
-It can also affect
-your physical health.
-People have many reasons
-for being lonely.
-They could have lost a partner...
-..or live a long way away
-from their family.
-The other campaign is more
-When you wash your clothes...
-..it creates micro plastics.
-It washes into the sea.
-The fish eat these micro plastics
-and we consume them.
-This is a massive problem.
-Some 85% of the plastics
-that is consumed in the sea...
-..is all micro plastics.
-We recycle plastics to make clothes.
-These clothes create
-the micro plastics.
-Contact us for more information.
-The Women's Institute
-will be at the Eisteddfod too.
-Yes, but that will be
-the ladies of North Wales.
-People are welcome to contact
-the office in Carmarthen.
-We want new members all the time.
-After the break, Marion has tips
-on sustaining your sun tan.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-In a moment, we join Hana Medi on
-the Gower Macmarathon charity walk.
-And Dan returns to rustle up
-some Viennese biscuits.
-Don't move a muscle!
-It's the holiday season and you may
-have been in the sun and got a tan.
-Marion is here to help you
-maintain your tan.
-Welcome to the programme.
-There are steps to take to preserve
-a tan before and after your holiday.
-You have to exfoliate the skin
-Do this a fortnight
-before your holiday.
-The skin takes 10 to 14 days
-to renew its cells.
-This helps the melanin in the skin.
-We start by applying this exfoliator
-to your skin, Daf.
-It does feel rough.
-You need to get rid of
-any dead skin cells.
-Apply it to clean skin.
-It smells lovely.
-We also have this tan optimizer.
-It helps enhance the tan.
-That's the first process.
-Don't think that you can lie in
-the sun without using sun cream.
-Your skin will peel
-and you can lose your tan.
-You'll need a lighter product
-that isn't as rough.
-You can use this sponge
-in the shower.
-Use the loofer gently on the skin.
-Don't use hot water in the shower.
-You shouldn't sit in a bath
-with hot water.
-The water needs to be cool
-to help maintain the tan.
-Use oils rather than lotions
-on your skin.
-It will moisturize
-and maintain your tan.
-This contains Gold of Passion oil.
-There's also Royal Jelly.
-You need to apply some after sun
-several times a day.
-It's important to retain
-the moisture in the skin.
-There's a Nivea after sun
-with almond oil.
-This Estee Lauder can be used
-with any other products or perfume.
-The Hawaiian Tropic product
-has an aroma of coconut.
-Coconut reminds people of holidays.
-You want to retain the moisture
-in the skin.
-Drink plenty of water too.
-This is when you're on holiday
-and after you've got home too.
-You can also apply some tanning
-lotion to give it a helping hand!
-will enhance the tan.
-You can use bronzers
-and highlighters for a sheen.
-Those products in the back
-are quite expensive.
-But they are packed with
-antioxidants to keep the skin young.
-There's a lot of preparation!
-Some 250,000 of us in Wales
-will be living with cancer by 2030.
-Macmillan is a great charity that
-raises money for cancer patients.
-They hold a special
-annual sponsored walk.
-Hana met one of the walkers
-who is very fond of the charity.
-The Gower Macmarathon
-is 20 years old this year.
-In 1998, only a handful of walkers
-took part but it's grown incredibly.
-I've come to Oxwich Bay...
-..to meet a lady who has plenty
-of experience of this trek.
-You've done the Gower Macmarathon
-many times so what's it like?
-It's wonderful and feels as if the
-whole of Swansea has come together.
-It's fantastic and you feel like
-you truly accomplish something.
-There's no place prettier
-than the Gower.
-Despite being fun, this trek means a
-lot to many people including Lowri.
-I was diagnosed with breast cancer
-I did the trek in the previous year
-and it was a unique experience.
-I'd raised money for Macmillan
-and needed them during my treatment.
-I was determined to do this trek
-in the following year...
-..and give something back for all
-that Macmillan had done for me.
-Lowri's family and especially her
-father, has been important to her.
-I gave my kidney
-to my father on 2011.
-It's one of the most positive
-experiences I've ever had.
-Dad and I have done the trek twice
-and enjoyed the challenge.
-It's wonderful to do it with him.
-Walking is easy to do
-after an illness.
-You can start slowly and build up
-to the Gower Macmarathon.
-Let's have a taster
-of what this trek has to offer.
-It's a 22-mile walk around the Gower
-from Rhossili to the Mumbles.
-Where are we now, Lowri?
-We've just left Caswell Bay...
-..and following the coastal path
-to Langland Bay.
-I love this section and the end
-is in sight after Langland Bay.
-offers something for everyone.
-Yes, it can be challenging
-but it's possible if you train.
-It's something that
-everyone could achieve.
-If you don't fancy the full trek,
-you can do 2.5 miles or a 14-miler.
-It's nice to sit down
-for a minute or two.
-What are your top tips for anyone
-who's considering this trek?
-Wear sensible shoes that you've worn
-a few times before the walk.
-Make sure you bring clothes
-for all weathers.
-I've done this four times and
-the weather has been fantastic...
-..so bring some sun cream, a
-sun hat, water but also a raincoat!
-A towel is also a good idea.
-I take my boots off to walk
-across the beach...
-..so a towel is useful to dry
-your feet before walking again.
-Those were some fantastic top tips
-so let's finish this trek.
-This year's trek is on 9 September.
-You can register for the event
-on the Macmillan website.
-It's a day of enjoying stunning
-scenery for a very special cause.
-Over the years, this trek
-has raised over 1 million.
-We hope to raise a lot more
-every year with this special event.
-For more information and to register
-for the walk, visit macmillan.org.uk
-After the break,
-we return to Dan in the kitchen.
-I'm making a sweet treat
-with Viennese whirl biscuits.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-We've had the healthy celery
-so it's time to be a bit devilish!
-The mackerel and celery salad
-you made earlier was delicious.
-It's time for a dessert with Dan or
-a sweet treat to serve with a cuppa.
-Sian and myself enjoy
-eating Viennese whirls.
-This buttery biscuit
-is very easy to make.
-You don't have to do anything
-We start with some salted butter.
-Add some plain flour and cornflour.
-We also have some icing sugar.
-Fold the ingredients.
-You can mix it in the mixer
-Fold it gently in the bowl.
-It binds together gradually.
-Add some vanilla extract.
-You can also use a vanilla pod.
-I like to add some sea salt
-to these biscuits.
-The dough is binding to a paste.
-The dough is quite stiff.
-I've placed it in a piping bag.
-You can use a star nozzle
-for the piping bag.
-I've used greaseproof paper here
-to line the tray.
-You don't want them
-to stick to the tray.
-You can create circles
-with the piping bag too.
-Your hands need to be cold
-to pipe the dough.
-There are no rules
-in making the shapes.
-Pat the dough down around the edges.
-Simply pat them down
-unless you've used the star nozzle.
-Don't do this if you've used
-a star nozzle.
-You can also use a folk
-to create grooves.
-Bake for six to eight minutes
-at 180 degrees Celsius.
-This mixture makes 20 biscuits.
-These baked biscuits have cooled.
-Don't allow them to brown.
-If they are brown,
-they will taste burnt!
-Use raspberry jam for the filling.
-You can use any jam
-for the filling.
-We want to create a sandwich
-out of these biscuits.
-Cover one biscuit with buttercream
-and the other with jam.
-The butter icing
-is simply butter and icing sugar.
-One whirl is never enough!
-I don't bother with small biscuits!
-You can use homemade jam too.
-This is my ideal pudding.
-You can also serve them
-with sliced fresh raspberries.
-Owain is creeping in from behind!
-What delights on Heno at 7.00pm?
-It's 100 years
-since the Battle of Passchendaele.
-Thousands of people from Wales...
-in the Battle of Passchendaele.
-Tonight, Gerallt has a special
-report from a service in Belgium...
-..to remember all those Welsh people
-were killed during World War I.
-Tonight, Elin is at Yr Ysgwrn
-..which was the family home
-of Hedd Wyn.
-She chats to Hedd Wyn's nephew.
-There's a special makeover
-on tonight's programme.
-Marie Williams has lost a total
-of eight stone in weight...
-..so is very deserving
-of a makeover.
-Tonight's musical guest is the
-former Royal Harpist, Claire Jones.
-We're joined in the studio
-by the ladies of Teirw'r Taf.
-This looks great.
-There's one each for us.
-I'll have one quickly.
-That's it from us today.
-Join Sian and me tomorrow at 2.00pm
-for some wine and fashion advice.
-And there's breastfeeding advice
-from Sarah Louise and little Nora.
-The news and weather on S4C
-is followed by Gweini.
-The programme traces the history
-of the service industry in Wales.
-have a very good afternoon.
Digon o syniadau am brydau bwyd a chyngorion harddwch. Byddwn hefyd yn pori drwy bapurau'r penwythnos. Lots of cooking ideas and beauty tips. We'll also take a look at the weekend's papers.