Wed, 03 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 03 May 2017

Bydd Emrys Roberts yn son am ei lyfr newydd, a byddwn yn trafod prydau cyflym iach. Emrys Roberts will talk about his new book and we'll discuss healthy take-aways.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on another glorious day.

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-We've been extremely lucky

-with the weather.

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-Let's hope it lasts!

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-This is what we have for you today.

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-Emrys Roberts opens the covers of

-the Book Club...

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-..to discuss his book

-about the history of the Welsh.

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-The Amman Valley Male Voice Choir is

-raising funds for prostate cancer.

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-Today, Trefor Jones chats about

-the choir's three peaks challenge.

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-Hummus is in crisis -

-yes, you heard that correctly.

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-Today, Alison Huw has tips on

-getting through this difficult time.

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-It's National Walking Month...

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-..and Hana joins the Welsh Ramblers

-on one trail in Ceredigion.

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-Huw has some fashion news and looks

-at the popularity of the cardigan.

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-There's plenty to talk

-about over the next 50 minutes.

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-Join Sian and me

-for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-Tonight, the vestry

-of Brondeifi Chapel in Lampeter...

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-..hosts the launch

-of the Lampeter Language Powerhouse.

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-This is the most recent in a series

-of Language Powerhouses...

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-..that aim to assess the situation

-of the Welsh language in the area.

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-The community development officer,

-Steffan Rees can tell us more.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What is a language powerhouse?

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-Cered has developed powerhouses

-for about 20 years.

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-We've developed a new powerhouses in

-Cardigan, Aberystwyth , Aberaeron...

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-..Tregaron and Llandysul

-over the last three years.

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-Lampeter is the latest location

-for Cered's new language powerhouse.

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-Everyone is welcome to the

-language Powerhouse in Lampeter.

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-We can find out the needs

-for the area...

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-..and promote the

-Welsh language locally.

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-These are the areas we wouldn't

-expect to need help.

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-Welsh is still thriving

-in Ceredigion.

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-But people lave seen changes in the

-Welsh language over the years.

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-We'll hear about the strengths,

-weaknesses, threats...

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-..and opportunities

-that exist locally.

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-What have the language powerhouses

-discovered in other areas?

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-We helped Ysgol Gynradd Aberaeron

-and Theatr Felinfach join forces...

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-..to hold Tic Toc sessions of song,

-stories and dance for little ones.

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-We recognized the needs in the area.

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-We also did this in Aberystwyth.

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-Yesterday, we mentioned a place

-to go for a chat and a cuppa...

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-..in Aberaeron.

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-What type of response do you expect

-to receive?

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-People are worried

-about many factors.

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-It's too early to say

-about the situation in Lampeter.

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-There's been an increase

-of outsiders to the area.

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-The Welsh language community

-in Lampeter is strong there.

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-The national policies aren't enough.

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-We need locals to take the wings of

-their own language in their areas.

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-The local Welsh language initiatives

-can assist with this.

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-When will the sessions take place?

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-Three sessions

-will be held in Lampeter.

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-The first Powerhouse session is held

-at the Brondeifi Chapel Vestry...

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-..on Thursday 15 June from 7.00pm.

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-Everyone is welcome to the

-language Powerhouse in Lampeter.

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-After the break, Emrys Roberts chats

-about his new book in our Book Club.

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-We hear of a fund-raising trek by

-the Amman Valley Male Voice Choir.

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-You have until Friday to enter

-our spring photography competition.

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-We'll be displaying the entries

-on Prynhawn Da and Heno this week.

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-Let's take a look at our first set

-of your spring photographs.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open the covers

-of our weekly Book Club.

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-Today, we're joined

-by Emrys Roberts.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Emrys joins us

-to discuss his new book...

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-..called Ein Stori Ni:

-Golwg Newydd Ar Hanes Y Cymry.

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-What can you tell us about

-this book?

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-I spoke to a friend

-from the Rhymney Valley.

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-He said that he didn't feel Welsh

-and didn't know much about Wales.

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-I gave him a book about this history

-of Wales by Dr John Davies.

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-Wales made a huge contribution of

-the world but few people know this.

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-My friend wasn't a Welsh speaker.

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-Angharad Tomos told me

-to write a bilingual book.

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-Where did you begin?

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-The book presents

-the Welsh in a new light.

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-The book gives an overview from the

-Brythonic era from the present day.

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-It presents a new and alternative

-portrayal of Welsh history.

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-We should be immensely proud

-of our past.

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-The books presents a series of

-controversial facts about the Welsh.

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-We tend to look at our history

-through the eyes of the English.

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-We learn all about it at school.

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-This books contains our history

-and our story.

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-We should be proud of being Welsh.

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-There's emphasis on the successes

-and strengths of the nation.

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-What periods of history

-make you proud to be Welsh?

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-Dafydd Jenkins is an expert on

-the history of our laws in Wales.

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-He referred to Hywel Dda.

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-The Hywel Dda Laws

-didn't want to punish people.

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-There's also mention

-of rights for women.

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-The Welsh in Patagonia allowed

-women to vote before anyone else.

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-We have been at the front line

-with socialism.

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-Socialism placed emphasis

-on society.

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-Robert Owen told us to look

-at our society.

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-In educational terms,

-Wales was at the forefront...

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-..in terms of literature.

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-Gruffydd Jones schools

-proved to be a success.

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-They wanted to adopt

-the system in Russia.

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-They claim that Wales

-was the first place in Europe...

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-..to have an university.

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-Our universities have been created

-by common folk.

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-The book, Ein Stori Ni: Golwg Newydd

-Ar Hanes Y Cymry by Emrys Roberts...

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-..is priced 3.99 from Y Lolfa.

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-The books is available

-in both Welsh and English.

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-Thank you.

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-The winner of our photography

-competition is revealed on Friday...

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-..but there's still time

-for you to send us your entries.

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-Let's take a look

-at more of your spring photographs.

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-Make sure you send us your entries

-before 12.00pm on Friday.

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-Choirs often hold

-fund-raising concerts...

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-..but members of the Amman Valley

-Male Voice Choir...

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-..have been raising funds

-in a physical way.

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-Last weekend, they scaled Pen y fan,

-Cadair Idris and Snowdon.

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-Trefor Jones is one of the members

-of the choir...

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-..and he joins us to tell us

-their story.

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-Welcome to the programme, Trefor.

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-Thank you.

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-How did it go?

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-It was fantastic.

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-It was challenging.

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-It drew the choir closer.

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-A crew of 24 decided

-to take up the challenge.

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-Sixteen members

-were able to walk up the peaks.

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-Others drove or supported us.

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-Tell us why you decided to raise

-funds in this way.

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-The choir sponsors

-a charity every year.

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-The choir fund-raises for

-charity at every concert.

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-The trek to the three peaks raised

-funds for Prostate Cancer Research.

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-We arranged it eight months ago.

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-It sounded like a great idea.

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-This type of cancer affects men.

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-The aim was to raise over 5,000.

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-You sang on top of each peak.

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-The challenge is to climb the

-three Welsh peaks in 24 hours.

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-Our challenge was to climb the

-three Welsh peaks in 36 hours.

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-We sung on top of every peak

-just to add to the occasion.

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-I don't think any choir

-in the world has sung...

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-..on the three Welsh peaks.

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-We had plenty of energy to sing!

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-We chose easy songs to sing.

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-We sung the songs unaccompanied.

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-There was a crowd watching us

-on top of Snowdon.

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-Was there any period that was harder

-than the others?

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-Cader Idris was the toughest.

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-You start at sea level.

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-You have to reach 3,000 feet

-to reach the top.

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-We scaled Snowdon on the Saturday,

-Cader Idris on Sunday...

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-..and Penyfan on Monday.

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-We followed the railway

-at Llanberis.

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-Some 26 of the choir

-climbed Storey Arms.

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-You've raised the bar for future

-challenges.

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-We are looking for more challenges.

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-We may do it blindfolded!

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-How can people donate to the cause?

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-We have a Just Giving website

-for you to donate.

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-You can contact Prynhawn Da

-or the choir to donate.

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-Thank you, Trefor.

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-There's plenty still to come today

-including the hummus crisis!

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-In a moment,

-we mark National Walking Month...

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-..by trekking

-with the Welsh Ramblers.

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-Huw has some fashion news and looks

-at the popularity of the cardigan.

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-Stay tuned for all this and more.

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-We're always happy to help you

-with any problems that arise.

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-Today, we want to help you with

-a very serious problem.

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-There's a shortage of hummus!

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-What is hummus, Sian?

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-Ask Alison!

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-Alison Huw is here to tell us more.

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-Hummus comes from the

-Arabic word for chickpea or pulses.

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-Simply, hummus is crushed pulses

-with a few other ingredients.

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-This is folk food

-dates back centuries.

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-The oldest recipe was found in a

-13th Century cookbook from Cairo.

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-Hummus is food from the Middle East.

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-Hummus is convenient with life.

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-We're responsible

-for its popularity.

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-The crisis arose from the production

-process.

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-Many customers complained

-that the supermarkets hummus...

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-..tastes the same with

-an unpleasant metallic taste.

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-There's plenty of hummus left.

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-If there's no hummus in stores,

-don't worry...

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-..as I can show

-you how to make them.

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-You can use a tin of chickpeas.

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-I've processed these chickpeas

-in the blender.

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-General ingredients including a tin

-of lentils, cloves of garlic...

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-..lemon juice, tahini paste and

-olive oil.

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-These days, the cream is consumed

-by vegans in certain restaurants.

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-It is mostly made

-from tahini paste...

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-..which is sesame seeds, lemon juice

-and olive oil.

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-Tahini is quite sour to taste...

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-..but it adds the extra flavour to

-the hummus.

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-I'm going to blend this.

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-If you like the hummus

-to be smooth...

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-..you need to blend it for longer.

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-There is a special way

-to serve the hummus.

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-I've eaten gallons this

-in the Middle East.

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-You place it in the bowl

-and use the spoon to turn it.

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-You should also add some olive oil

-to the top.

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-It takes just seconds

-to make hummus.

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-It's also reasonable.

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-You get so much more

-if you make your own.

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-What if you want to give it a twist?

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-I've made some different hummus.

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-For avocado hummus, use avocados,

-lentils, coriander and lime juice.

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-The avocado gives a wonderful colour

-to the hummus.

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-One of the reasons the dip is so

-popular...

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-..is due to the nutritious elements.

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-It includes good protein and is also

-versatile.

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-These would be great

-with a barbecue.

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-For cauliflower hummus,

-use non steamed cauliflower...

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-..cashew nuts, lemon juice and

-tahini paste.

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-Beetroot is a superfood.

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-For beetroot hummus, you'll need

-250g of cooked beetroot...

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-..a tin of pulses,

-tahini paste and lemon juice.

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-I've only used four beetroots

-for this hummus recipe.

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-Cumin and coriander are also great

-in hummus.

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-It's also a great way to introduce

-vegetables to children.

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-This is a great dip to encourage

-children to eat vegetables.

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-It's believed that there's

-a pot of hummus...

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-..in every two out of five fridges.

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-There's red pepper in this hummus.

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-It will introduce

-new tastes to children.

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-Give them a different one

-for a change.

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-Some like to eat hummus with raw

-vegetables, in pita bread...

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-..with some cooked lamb

-or in a kebab.

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-You can heat the hummus

-before serving it with lamb.

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-It will make a great dish.

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-I've mixed the hummus

-with certain foods.

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-You can use it with

-a variety of things.

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-You can use tinned beans

-in the hummus.

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-We have a lot of eating to do.

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-Before we find out what we can

-expect from tonight's Heno...

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-..it's Wednesday, which means

-one thing - Fancy a Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Every Wednesday night,

-you can spin our wheel.

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-Fancy A Fortune?

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-How much will you win?

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-You've won 1,000.

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-1,000.

-Goodness me!

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-Just pick up the phone and do it.

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-Answer the phone.

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-500!

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-I won 1,000.

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-I'm feeling lucky.

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-Are you feeling lucky?

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-I'm going on holiday

-if I win Fancy A Fortune?

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-Fancy A Fortune?

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-Rhodri Owen from the Heno

-team joins us now.

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-Yes, it's Wednesday

-so we'll be playing Fancy A Fortune?

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-Tonight, we mark 50 years of one of

-Wales' most popular establishments.

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-The Merched y Wawr is 50 years old.

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-Gerallt chats with some

-of the pioneering women...

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-..who helped to establish the first

-branch of the Merched y Wawr.

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-We're celebrating

-Welsh language education...

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-..with Ysgol Dewi Sant in Llanelli.

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-It's 70 years since Ysgol Dewi Sant

-first opened in Llanelli...

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-..and offered a Welsh language

-education to local children.

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-The presenter, actor

-and clog dancer, Tudur Phillips...

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-..joins us in the studio.

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-Tudur Phillips

-will be dancing for us.

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-We're joined in the studio

-by Gwyneth Glyn and Guto Puw.

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-Gwyneth Glyn and Guto Puw...

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-..join us to chat about

-a new Welsh opera called Y Twr.

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-Thank you, Rhodri.

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-After the break, we join Hana on a

-trek along a footpath in Ceredigion.

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-There's also the latest fashion news

-from Huw.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-It's National Walking Month.

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-Throughout May, we're going to be

-looking at various Welsh footpaths.

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-Hana has been to meet a volunteer

-for the Welsh Ramblers...

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-..to discuss their hiking appeal

-and one very special event.

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-In Wales, we're fortunate to have

-some of the world's best footpaths.

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-I met one lucky person who

-regularly treks along the paths.

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-My parents did a lot of hiking when

-I was younger and I also love it.

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-It has always been a big part

-of my life...

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-..but I only joined the Ramblers

-around 20 years ago.

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-You volunteer with the Ramblers,

-but what type of things do you do?

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-We lead hikes and I'm the secretary

-of the Aberystwyth Ramblers.

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-There are 37 Ramblers

-groups in Wales.

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-We're close to Devil's Bridge...

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-..and the arch behind

-us was part of the Hafod Estate.

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-The arch was part of the

-boundary to the estate.

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-The gate that was here has gone and

-all that remains is the arch.

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-Let's go on our trek.

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-Situated two miles

-from Devil's Bridge...

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-..the arch is a perfect

-location for a trek.

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-There are various length footpaths

-for novices and experienced walkers.

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-Why do you enjoy hiking?

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-I believe it's a good way to relax

-and to see Wales.

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-Hiking is also a good way of keeping

-fit and healthy.

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-It's great to get some fresh air.

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-During our trek, the rain came, but

-it wouldn't be Wales without it!

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-In rain or shine, the Welsh Ramblers

-are out raising funds...

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-..to care for the footpaths.

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-We've worked with the Welsh Ramblers

-for the past 15 years.

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-There are groups in Aberystwyth,

-Lampeter and Cardigan...

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-..that come out with us and help to

-maintain the public footpaths.

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-It's essential that we receive

-funds to maintain the footpaths...

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-Public footpaths are the best way

-to get people out to rural areas...

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-..to enjoy some fresh air and

-the breathtaking Ceredigion views.

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-The rain isn't falling

-in a straight line.

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-These footpaths will be extremely

-busy in a few days.

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-This weekend,

-we have the Hinterland Challenge.

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-This is the first time that the

-Welsh Ramblers have done it.

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-There will be four different treks.

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-The two mile trek will be free.

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-There's also a six mile trek,

-a ten mile trek and a 15 mile trek.

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-visit our website.

-All of the treks start

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-Yes, the Ramblers are a charity and

-we want to protect public footpaths.

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-We have to sustain them

-for future generations.

0:33:480:33:52

-Thank you for taking us on this

-wonderful trek.

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-It's going to be a long journey

-back to the car.

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-Hana will have to go again

-when the weather is better.

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-We close the programme by looking

-at the latest fashion must-haves.

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-Welcome to the programme, Huw.

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-There was an important event

-in the fashion world this week.

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-Yes, look at my wonderful magazine.

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-I've never been on the cover before.

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-Fashion is on the front page.

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-Designers and celebrities...

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-..all head to the Met Gala

-in America.

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-They launch their

-latest collections there.

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-There is no box.

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-As a rule, the chairperson

-of the evening...

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-Katy Perry wore something

-very different.

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-Celebrities don't want

-to look like each other.

0:36:330:36:43

-People believe that Katy Perry

-has copied Lady Gaga.

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-She also turned to someone who lost

-his job for a certain designer.

0:36:530:37:05

-The designer lost his job

-with Dior...

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-..and has designed this

-for Katy Perry.

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-He lost his job for saying

-bad things about women.

0:37:200:37:32

-Katy Perry has received

-a lot of backlash about this.

0:37:360:37:45

-I can't look at the designer,

-John Galliano in the same way.

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-He deserved to lose his job.

0:37:490:37:52

-Next, we have Princess Charlotte.

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-She has followed her mother.

0:37:580:38:10

-The clothes she wears in her

-second official photograph...

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-..have already sold out.

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-The cardigan is from John Lewis.

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-It sold out straight away.

0:38:320:38:41

-Years ago, they would have worn

-many expensive items.

0:38:410:38:51

-Diana is responsible

-for changing this.

0:38:510:39:03

-Since Diana, they use

-British designers only.

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-She looks beautiful.

0:39:080:39:12

-The cardigan has encouraged people

-to buy cardigans.

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-How many of you know that the

-cardigan has a Welsh background?

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-The seventh Earl of Brunell...

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-..he led the army and the

-jumpers were too hot for them...

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-..and created a cardigan.

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-It gets the name

-from the area of Cardigan.

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-A lot of people don't want to

-ruin their hair with jumpers...

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-..and this is why many people

-like to wear a cardigan.

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-There are cardigans all around us.

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-I never knew that

-had a Welsh background.

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-The traditional twinsets are

-available at the moment...

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-..and they are very fashionable.

0:41:010:41:03

-That's all we have time for today.

0:41:030:41:06

-What do you have for

-us tomorrow, Huw?

0:41:060:41:14

-Tomorrow, I'm going to be looking

-at bikinis!

0:41:140:41:17

-There's also advice for families who

-are preparing for the exam period...

0:41:170:41:22

-..including websites and extra books

-that could be beneficial.

0:41:220:41:26

-Ar y Lein follows the news

-and weather on S4C.

0:41:260:41:34

-We hope you enjoy

-the rest of your day.

0:41:340:41:38

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:380:41:40

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0:41:410:41:43

Bydd Emrys Roberts yn son am ei lyfr newydd, a byddwn yn trafod prydau cyflym iach. Emrys Roberts will talk about his new book and we'll discuss healthy take-aways.


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