Bydd Alison Huw yn trafod y bwydydd fydd yn debygol o ddod i'r amlwg yn 2017. Alison Huw discusses food trends for 2017 and Bethan Mair looks ahead to dates in this year's liter...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-on this Wednesday afternoon.
-It's a bit warmer today but it's
-a cloudy day here in Llanelli.
-Tomorrow promises to be much colder
-so don't pack away that big coat.
-Here is what's on today's programme.
-A new S4C series about the Llys Nini
-animal centre begins this evening.
-We'll chat with two people
-who support the centre.
-Fish fingers have been around
-a very long time.
-Apparently, they'll make
-a bit of a comeback in 2017.
-Alison takes a look at some
-more fashionable foods.
-Bethan Mair looks at what we can
-expect from the literary year.
-Our Gardening Guru has advice on
-jobs to do during the winter months.
-And Huw opens up his wardrobe
-for the first time this year.
-Join Sian and myself over
-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.
-January 4 is World Braille Day
-and the birthday of Louis Braille.
-He's the Frenchman
-who devised the system...
-..which allows blind people
-to read and write.
-Hannah Stevenson from Penparc near
-Cardigan is here to tell us more.
-And so is her guide dog, Ozzy.
-Tell us about your experience
-of using Braille.
-I started learning Braille
-when I was 14.
-I had to learn it for my GCSEs.
-I had to learn it at the College
-for the Blind.
-How long did it take
-to become fluent?
-It took nine months to learn.
-Braille is made up of six dots
-in a cell.
-The letters are made up like this.
-There are different dots
-in different series.
-You need three keys to type D.
-You can write the alphabet
-in this way.
-There are 180 short ways
-of writing Braille.
-It gets complicated.
-It was tough to learn.
-I had to do it quickly.
-Once I used Braille,
-it helped so much.
-I had to take my exams
-I am now in university studying
-I couldn't study without Braille.
-Hannah is a student at Liverpool
-University studying Mathematics.
-Ozzy helps me a lot.
-The college has given me
-Between Ozzy and Braille, I'm happy.
-I can also have a lot of fun.
-You also have a pack of cards
-equipped with Braille.
-I can play cards with Braille cards.
-I'm not as good as Mamgu!
-Is Braille still important?
-Braille is still important.
-I couldn't study otherwise.
-Braille isn't so widely used
-Technology has changed everything.
-Voice software is used now.
-How do you work with phones
-Phones and tablets
-can be used easily.
-Buttons will speak to you.
-Tablets can help us a lot.
-Can you write Braille in Welsh?
-It's mostly in English.
-I can do it a bit in Welsh.
-How is college?
-I'm in my second year of four years.
-I go back on Sunday.
-Ozzy had a nice nap!
-Thank you, Hannah.
-After the break, we'll learn more
-about a new series about Llys Nini.
-Alison Huw is here to discuss which
-foods will be fashionable in 2017.
-See you in a few minutes.
-A new S4C series begins this evening
-about the Llys Nini Animal Centre.
-It cares for animals of all kinds,
-some who have been mistreated.
-The big challenge is finding homes
-for discarded pets.
-Here's a clip from tonight's
-programme, which airs at 7.30pm.
-I come here early in the morning,
-about 9.00am to do cleaning duties.
-I normally help out with the dogs.
-I'll join the staff at the block to
-help clean, feed and medicate dogs.
-there's a list of dogs to walk.
-They go outside for some
-fresh air and exercise.
-I return them for a feed,
-medication and bedtime...
-..and it all starts again
-the next day.
-Joining us now are two who
-will appear on the programme...
-..Catrin Alun and her son, Steffan.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Catrin, what's your connection
-with the centre...
-..and why is it important to you?
-My connection with the location
-stems back further than the centre.
-It was the home
-of my husband's uncle.
-I've been visiting
-Llys Nini since 1974.
-Some of the photographs
-in the series will prove this!
-Fond memories of yesteryear.
-Yes, they are, and I'm delight that
-the place is being looked after...
-..not just the animals, but a lot of
-environmental work is carried out.
-It's important that the land
-is being maintained.
-We've had cats for 12 years.
-Three brothers came from there...
-..and have survived everything
-Pontlliw could throw at them...
-..which is a lot because
-we live near the motorway...
-..and have unfortunately lost cats.
-But the three from Llys Nini
-are still alive and well.
-Steffan also has a family connection
-with the centre.
-Yes, my wife works there.
-It was great to work on the series
-as I could go to work with her.
-It felt like a proper job
-and it was my first presenting job.
-It was great to see the work
-being carried out at the centre.
-Especially when there's a family
-connection as your mother mentioned.
-Yes, but I don't have
-any recollection of the farm.
-It was interesting to hear stories
-and how the land has evolved.
-I've seen the photographs many times
-but didn't know the context of them.
-How much did you know about it
-before seeing your wife at work?
-I knew little about the place, but
-she did tell me her side of things.
-She works more on the land
-rather than with the animals.
-Her work involves walking around
-woodlands, which sounds wonderful!
-Llys Nini takes in all sorts of
-animals and not just dogs and cats.
-There are ferrets which Steffan
-had an unfortunate experience with!
-There are rabbits
-and I think they had a seal once.
-Tell us what happened
-with the ferret.
-It was my first presenting job
-and I had to hold a ferret.
-I was told it would bite a little
-but to stop filming if it bit more.
-I was trying to be professional
-and it was biting me quite a lot!
-They warned me it would bite
-but it was biting me too much.
-My skin was red raw!
-Each animal has a story and some
-have endured terrible cruelty.
-Part of my job
-is to translate in courts.
-and Llys Nini have taken them in...
-..until the case
-has been resolved...
-..and the animal
-is rehomed or returns home.
-How long do animals stay
-at Llys Nini?
-They can be there for months.
-If there's an appeal against
-the verdict, it can take months.
-It must be an eye-opener
-..to see innocent,
-We meet a lot of these
-cats and dogs in the series.
-There are so many different stories.
-There were dogs who came
-from houses with tens of dogs...
-..and cats who had been abandoned.
-is to find a home for them.
-My cats weren't mistreated.
-Their owner was an old lady who
-couldn't look after them any more.
-They're just a minority, but most
-of the cats there have been saved.
-Have you come across the footballer,
-Joe Allen at the centre?
-He must help raise its profile.
-Steffan's met him
-and he didn't know who he was!
-I'm a footie fan and attend the
-Liberty Stadium every Saturday!
-I watched my first football match
-Everyone has to start somewhere!
-Joe Allen was a lovely person.
-What's his connection
-with the centre?
-He's a regular visitor
-and raises funds for the centre.
-He asked for donations to Llys Nini
-instead of wedding gifts.
-Well done to the Swans
-last night too.
-Unfortunately, Joe Allen
-wasn't playing last night.
-We look forward to the new series
-and thanks for the chat.
-Cuddle those cats tonight!
-Llys Nini airs tonight
-at 7.30pm on S4C.
-Every New Year heralds
-a new period of changes...
-..but what will we be eating
-in 2017, Alison?
-There are some old favourites
-and some new ones this year.
-We've got some lovely foods here.
-There are some nice treats here.
-I've got some fish fingers.
-Fish fingers are a family favourite
-from the 1970s.
-Fish fingers are set to have
-a revival in the coming months.
-There are many reasons for this.
-People are reducing their meat
-and processed meat intake.
-Sausages and bacon made
-the headlines last year...
-..for all the wrong reasons.
-Fish fingers are an easy option.
-Many people are turning to fish in
-It's a lot healthier.
-Recipes have improved
-and so has the fish.
-People enjoy eating them
-in a retro style too.
-What else do you have?
-Let's start with melon.
-Two years ago,
-coconut water became popular.
-The avocado followed this.
-will make its premier this year.
-Seeds are dried and before
-being blended with chilli or salt.
-We are told to dry them in the oven.
-You can also buy them.
-We are familiar with eating pumpkin,
-sunflower and chia seeds these days.
-They are packed full of magnesium
-is also used in smoothies.
-Maple water was also popular
-will take over this year.
-You can make it at home.
-It's easy to make and can prove
-expensive to buy in the shops.
-It is very refreshing.
-It also quenches your thirst.
-You have ideas for breakfast.
-There's been a lot of talk about
-cereals full of sugar yesterday.
-You can opt for toast.
-Why not try sweet potato toast?
-That sounds wrong!
-Slice sweet potato and toast it.
-I tried it and I had to toast it
-It's lower in carbohydrates.
-You can also serve it with an egg.
-You can also serve it with an egg.
-This next food looks like rice
-but its cauliflower.
-We'll see a significant increase
-in the trend of eating vegetables.
-For years now, there's been
-a steady increase in vegetarians.
-Vegetables will be promoted
-in all kinds of ways.
-Vegan meals will become more popular
-You'll see more turmeric
-..made into chips.
-Food served in bowls will also
-remain popular this year.
-Colourful foods should be eaten.
-Do you remember the slow cooker?
-The slow cooker is back in fashion
-and they have modernized it.
-If you're cooking for a family
-..the slow cooker will help
-make life easier for you in 2017.
-After the break, Bethan Mair looks
-ahead to the literary year in 2017.
-And Ieuan will be telling us about
-the jobs to be done in the garden.
-Join us in a couple of minutes.
-Bethan Mair has carved a career for
-herself in the world of literature.
-Welcome to the programme.
-You're here to talk about
-the literary year in 2017.
-2016 was very exciting because
-of the Roald Dahl celebrations.
-Many things will happen this year.
-So many people died in 2016.
-So much has happened
-over the past 50 to 100 years.
-There will be plenty going on.
-2017 is the centenary of Hedd Wyn's
-death at Passchendaele.
-There will be many events
-to mark this anniversary.
-Hedd Wyn posthumously won the Chair
-at the 1917 Birkenhead Eisteddfod.
-The Eisteddfod hasn't announced
-anything so far.
-People have flocked to his home,
-Yr Ysgwrn, to pay homage ever since.
-Yr Ysgwrn will be reopened
-The Welsh and Irish governments
-are preparing a special service...
-..in Flanders on 31 July, 2017.
-It will be exactly 100 years
-since the death of Hedd Wyn...
-..and of Francis Ledwidge,
-a young Irish poet.
-Other poets will be remembered too.
-So many died in WWI.
-Y Lolfa publishing house will be
-celebrating 50 years in 2017.
-It is an old hand in publishing now.
-It used to be the young kid
-on the block.
-There will be a big party
-at the start of the summer.
-There are so many things coming
-from Y Lolfa.
-This is a photo of their
-most recent iconic mural.
-They are known as a lively
-This is a poster of the first book
-published by Y Lolfa.
-50 years have passed by.
-2017 has been denoted the Year of
-Legends by the Welsh Government.
-There is bound to be a few
-publications to celebrate this.
-I know that children's literature
-will be influenced.
-Last year, the Mabinogi by
-Sian Lewis won an award.
-There are many books on their way.
-There are some new writers.
-Abermandraw is a volume
-of short stories by Rhys Iorwerth.
-Eiry Miles has a new novel
-Cynlais is a new novel
-from Manon Steffan Ros.
-Gwales is a new novel
-from Catrin Dafydd.
-Pry ar y Wal is a new novel
-by Eigra Lewis Roberts.
-60 is a volume of stories
-from Mihangel Morgan.
-Jerry Hunter has a new novel
-coming out, Ynys Fadog.
-Gwyneth Lewis will be publishing
-a new volume of poetry.
-It's the 200th anniversary
-of the death of Jane Austen.
-Bath will host a lot of
-It's 20 years since Harry Potter
-first hit the bookshelves.
-I am really shocked!
-Harry Potter fans are now
-2017 will also host
-the 70th Edinburgh Festival.
-That's in August.
-Thank you, Bethan.
-It's been wet, mild, dry and cold
-over the festive period.
-In other words, we've seen
-all kinds of weather over Christmas.
-What effect does this have on our
-gardens at the start of the year.
-Ieuan has some advice for us.
-This is the most dull and lifeless
-time of the year.
-However, when the weather permits,
-as it is doing today...
-..it's nice to be able to get out
-and tidy up the garden.
-It's nice to be out in the fresh air
-doing some physical work...
-..after all the feasting
-One of the most important winter
-tasks is to clean the greenhouse.
-The first job is to
-empty the greenhouse...
-..and put last year's withered
-plants on the compost heap.
-Move any potted plants outside.
-If you have any plants in the
-ground, like this parsley...
-..cover them before you start
-That's an improvement.
-It's worth keeping room for parsley
-in your greenhouse.
-Outside, it will die away
-until the middle of spring.
-In here, it will grow throughout the
-autumn and winter, as you can see.
-It will retreat a little
-when it freezes hard...
-..but it will revive early
-as soon as the weather improves.
-The parsley has been covered
-ready for the decontamination.
-You need to spray thoroughly,
-targeting every nook and cranny...
-..where pests can be hiding.
-Don't forget about the glass panes
-Notice now green algae
-has grown on many of them.
-The disinfectant spray
-will kill the algae.
-The glass can then be cleaned
-with water after about a fortnight.
-Evergreen herbs like rosemary and
-thyme are in leaf all year round.
-They can be easily harvested
-throughout the winter.
-Other herbs die down as we've
-mentioned with parsley.
-Mint is a similar herb but you can
-get fresh mint in winter and spring.
-Take a cutting from the root
-and grow in a pot.
-It's a stem really, not a root.
-Not one of the stems
-which carry the leaves, however.
-It's a stem that grows across
-just under the surface of the soil.
-Here is a good example.
-Growing from this
-are roots and ste4ms.
-I'm going to cut a piece
-of about three inches long.
-Lift it carefully with some soil
-and the roots attached.
-Transfer it into a four-inch pot.
-There is some compost
-in the bottom of the pot already.
-Add some common, all-purpose compost
-over the top.
-There we have it.
-You can keep this pot in a
-greenhouse or inside the house.
-A kitchen windowsill is ideal.
-This is one I planted last month.
-As you can see, there is already
-some new growth at the top...
-..and from the bottom.
-I will be harvesting fresh mint
-from this plant from about March.
-Some great advice there from Ieuan.
-Mari joins us to talk
-about tonight's Heno.
-What delights have you got for us?
-Don't forget to join me at 7.00pm.
-Cleif Harpwood chats about tonight's
-new series on S4C called Llys Nini.
-Cleif is the series director and it
-follows the Swansea animal centre.
-Sioned Hughes joins me on the sofa.
-Sioned is the chief executive
-of Urdd Gobaith Cymru.
-Sioned tells what the Urdd
-has in store for us in 2017.
-I haven't met her before.
-Elin Fflur reports from Bala.
-We hear more about this year's
-Rhodri Davies guides us through
-more highlights of the coming year.
-We have a calendar
-of your Plygain events.
-You can also win a television or
-an iPad in our New Year competition.
-After a short break,
-Huw Fash opens up his wardrobe.
-See you in a few minutes.
-We've joined Huw
-in the fashion corner.
-What have you got for us today, Huw?
-There are sales everywhere!
-There are sparkles for half price.
-There were a lot of sales before
-Next is the only company that
-has a big sale on Boxing Day.
-Sales before Christmas were down.
-How many of us buy clothes
-at full price now?
-There's very little on
-the rails for women at the moment.
-There's very little for men
-in the sales too.
-Since November I've spoken about
-sparkles and glitz.
-It's time to go back to basics.
-Today, I've got ideas for using
-There's nothing colourful.
-These garments feel comfortable too.
-We're all back to work
-and the weather is miserable.
-They are comfy clothes.
-But these clothes
-are comfortable to wear.
-Clean, white clothing lifts the
-Whites will lighten the skin colour.
-It's so pure.
-We also have a light pink scarf.
-There were a lot of light pinks
-on the catwalks recently.
-Light pink was popular
-in the 1970s.
-Camel is a classic colour.
-It's a great colour to wear.
-It's great to go back to the
-It's nice to return to the classics.
-I've matched two tones of camel.
-This is a bare fashion look.
-Camel lasts for many years.
-Pay more for some camel jumpers.
-They will last for years.
-This jumper is cashmere
-and from Marks and Spencer.
-Keep the look simple and fuss-free.
-Keep everything simple.
-There isn't a sparkle in sight!
-It's like you're detoxing
-Twin-sets are set to be fashionable
-There are layers and easy to wear.
-Many people don't like wearing
-This is a light blue.
-The material is loose as well.
-Many women invested in party feet to
-wear in their shoes at Christmas.
-These are from the classic range in
-They've opted for more comfortable
-These shoes come the Classic range
-in Marks and Spencer.
-That's it from us today.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Bydd Alison Huw yn trafod y bwydydd fydd yn debygol o ddod i'r amlwg yn 2017. Alison Huw discusses food trends for 2017 and Bethan Mair looks ahead to dates in this year's literary calendar.