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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Friday 13.

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-We hope you're all safe and warm.

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-This time of year can be miserable

-for many of us.

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-Christmas leaves you penniless

-and the weather is mighty cold!

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-But why not cheer yourself up

-by winning 100 or more?

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-Register to play Mwy Neu Lai now

-by calling us on 08443 35 18 97.

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-Our phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-She's driven through the snow just

-to cook some warming meals for us.

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-Chris Jones tell us if more snow

-is forecast for this weekend.

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-Many of us have experienced some

-snow so we delve into our archive...

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-..and join Rhodri Davies

-on the Morzine ski slopes in France.

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-It's chilly outside,

-so curl up with us this afternoon.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-We can't end the week without

-our opinionated Gossip Girls.

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-They're ready to have their say!

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-But we'd also like to hear

-your opinions on this week's topic.

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-Should smacking children

-be banned in Wales?

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-The topic has been discussed

-at the Welsh Assembly this week.

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-Should we ban smacking children

-or is it up to the parent?

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-Contact us on 01554 880 880,

-email [email protected]

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-..or visit our Facebook page.

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-There's also an opinion poll

-on our Prynhawn Da Twitter page.

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-Cast your vote using #ClwbClecs

-and join our debate.

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-This is how our poll looked

-just before we came on air.

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-It seems that 53%

-say it should be banned.

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-Some 29% say it should not be banned

-and 18% don't have an opinion on it.

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-It'll be interesting to see if those

-figures change during the programme.

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-January is the month when we try to

-shed some weight and eat healthily.

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-But this cold snap is making us opt

-for some warming, comfort foods.

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-Elwen has battled through the snow

-to join us in the kitchen.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What are you preparing for us?

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-Today, I'm serving beef meatballs

-with a tomato topping.

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-This is low in fat.

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-It ticks the box

-about being healthy...

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-..and is great for keeping you warm.

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-It's a family dish.

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-It's all cooked in one pot.

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-The mince is full of protein.

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-Children love meatballs.

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-My children eat too many sausages.

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-I think meatballs would be great.

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-Is it better to buy the meat

-from a butcher?

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-I don't usually do that.

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-It's up to you where you buy it.

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-I've got my mince from a butchers.

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-It's Welsh meat so I'm happy.

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-I've fried some leeks...

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-..and some garlic.

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-Add some tinned tomatoes,

-salt and sugar.

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-Tomatoes can be bitter...

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-..so the sugar will sweeten them.

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-This is the basis of our sauce.

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-I've also added some herbs.

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-This is brought to the boil.

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-It goes into a casserole dish.

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-Let's move to the meatballs.

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-I've got mince,

-parsley and tomato puree.

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-You don't want

-too many ingredients...

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-..because all the flavour

-is in the sauce.

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-You don't need an egg to form these.

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-This is quite a cheap dish.

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-Shape about 12 meatballs.

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-They sit on top of the sauce.

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-We've got an event to announce.

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-Tonight at the Gartholwg Centre,

-Cleif Harpwood of Edward H Dafis...

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-..presents some of

-the band's classics...

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-..in an evening of song and chat

-with support from Geraint Cynan.

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-It sounds like a great night.

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-Next, I just want to show you

-the breadcrumbs.

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-There's chives and cheese.

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-This goes as a topping on the sauce

-and meatballs.

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-This is baked for about 30 minutes.

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-Let me show you the finished dish.

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-There's a crunchy topping.

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-It looks very different.

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-It's ready for you taste.

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-After the break, we find out what

-weather we can expect this weekend.

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-Is there more snow on the way?

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-We delve into the archive with

-Rhodri and go skiing in Morzine.

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-Delyth Ifan, the CAA director will

-discuss the company's celebrations.

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-It's the perfect time for you

-to register for Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Call 08443 35 18 97

-before the lines close at 2.30pm.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The phone lines for Mwy Neu Lai

-are open until 2.30pm.

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-To register, call 08443 35 18 97.

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-You could win a bit

-of extra pocket money!

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-Chris Jones joins us

-from the S4C weather team.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-He's been extremely busy this week.

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-It's great to see faces

-that I've worked with in the past!

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-It's been a busy week.

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-There wasn't as much snow

-as we expected.

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-The high ground of Wales

-will have snow.

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-Some parts of Wales have suffered

-from wintry showers.

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-There's a Gwent village

-that has experienced snow.

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-Many parts of Wales

-have had little snow.

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-We aren't sure if there's more snow

-on the way.

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-There is a warning

-for icy conditions.

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-It will be wet from tomorrow.

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-And it's set to get colder.

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-We also discuss the other big story

-of the week with our Gossip Girls.

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-Should smacking children be banned?

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-Sunday is World Snow Day.

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-However, we don't have enough snow

-to do any skiing yet!

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-A few years ago, Rhodri Davies

-met Richard Jones in Morzine.

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-Richard has now retired to Wales

-but ran skiing holidays at the time.

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-I'm sure a lot of you enjoy being

-a stranger in a foreign land...

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-..but if, like me, you enjoy

-feeling at home whilst abroad...

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-..then this is the skiing holiday

-for you!

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-Richard Jones from Dryserth picks

-you up from Geneva airport...

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-..drives for an about an hour over

-the border and into France...

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-..before reaching the chalet

-at Morzine.

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-The ski centre is next door so there

-isn't a problem with paper work...

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-..or the language, in fact,

-there's no need to worry at all.

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-The same can be said of the slopes.

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-Rich and the crew look after you and

-guide you, whatever your standard.

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-They even take you out in the

-evening so you can experience...

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-..the Morzine social life.

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-The place has completely changed

-since Richard arrived...

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-..nearly 15 years ago.

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-I established the business

-at Morzine in 1989.

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-I'd skied there before

-but I set up the company...

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-..and bought the chalet in 1989.

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-You didn't hear a word of English

-here at that time...

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-..as all the villagers

-only spoke French.

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-These days, it's almost 50/50

-French and English.

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-We were the third company to

-open in Morzine at the time...

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-..but there are over 70 here now.

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-So he's a bit of a pioneer, but the

-personal element continues...

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-..which may be the reason

-for his success.

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-It's a very personal company

-so I know almost everyone...

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-..who comes here very well.

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-We get a lot of people

-from North Wales coming here.

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-It's a pleasure to be able to speak

-Welsh - I'm a Welshman after all!

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-Important to the owner

-and important to the guest too...

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-..and Gwyn Thomas, who's been

-bringing a party from Southampton.

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-I've been here ten times now

-and Richard and his helpers...

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-..make the holiday

-a very personal one for us.

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-I don't get much opportunity to

-speak Welsh at Southampton.

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-It's so homely here - you've seen

-the bar where people meet...

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-..and everyone here is individual.

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-Morzine is Richard's home for the

-ski season of December to April...

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-..then he returns to the village

-between January and August...

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-..for walking holidays

-and mountain biking.

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-His wife, Eifis is back at the real

-office in north Wales.

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-I don't see myself retiring

-in the near future.

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-This is my life - if I'm at home

-I'm walking Snowdon anyway...

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-..so I might as well be here

-getting paid to do it.

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-He skis every day and

-considering he's 58 years old...

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-..I hope I'll be able to ski

-for another five years!

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-I doubt I'll be skiing at 58!

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-When his retirement day dawns,

-I hope we have a good party...

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-..and that he pays for it,

-but we'll have to wait and see!

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-To be honest,

-every night here is a party...

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-..especially when there's a hot tub

-to soothe any aches and pains.

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-If apres-ski is important, the

-mountains are the real attraction.

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-You can ski in Switzerland and

-France on the same day...

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-..and there's plenty of choice

-for young and old alike.

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-If you are thinking

-of spending a week here...

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-..make sure you get some practice in

-on an artificial slope at home.

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-Rhodri was enjoying that!

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-Our sofa guest today is Delyth Ifan

-who works for CAA.

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-The CAA is a publishing company

-for educational resources.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-What can you tell us about CAA?

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-CAA is a publishing company

-that produces educational resources.

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-The educational company

-is within Aberystwyth University.

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-CAA helps teachers and pupils

-with their school work.

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-CAA devise resources to cover

-all Key Stages in education.

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-We offer multi-media packages

-and digital material.

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-There are CDs and books.

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-We also publish novels.

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-We are responsible for publishing

-Horrid Henry in Welsh.

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-There are six humorous novels.

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-Some of these books

-are penned by famous names on S4C.

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-Anni Llyn is one of them.

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-We also have books by Manon Steffan

-Ros.

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-CAA is celebrating 35 years.

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-As part of the celebrations,

-three open evenings will be held.

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-The open evenings will be held at

-our Gogerddan Campus in Aberystwyth.

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-The evenings give you the chance to

-meet our team and pick up a bargain.

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-There'll be books on sale for all

-key stages that covers all subjects.

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-There'll be a night

-to suit all teachers.

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-There's a lot of resources.

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-A book fair is held on 22 February

-at the Morlan Centre, Aberystwyth.

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-Entertainment, special guests,

-discounts and family fun!

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-It's a chance for the public

-to come and see us.

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-There's a few minutes for you to

-register for our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Pick up the phone

-and dial 08443 35 18 97.

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-After the break, the Gossip Girls

-will be discussing child smacking.

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-Welcome back.

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-You have a few minutes to call

-to register for today's Mwy Neu Lai.

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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm

-and the number is on the screen.

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-We'll play Mwy Neu Lai

-with one lucky viewer later.

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-Elwen also prepares a blueberry,

-lemon and polenta cake.

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-It's time to welcome

-this week's Gossip Girls.

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-They are Jennifer Clarke,

-Deris Williams and Elena Roberts.

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-Thanks to those viewers who

-got in touch about our first topic.

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-Should smacking children be banned?

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-We've been discussing this

-in the office all morning.

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-I would use the Welsh term

-of "clats."

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-I'd use the term of "chwip tun!"

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-Thanks for voting and here is

-how the poll currently stands.

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-Some 50% are in favour

-of the smacking ban.

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-A total of 32% are against the ban

-and 18% don't have an opinion on it.

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-This is what the people of Wales

-had to say...

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-..when they were asked if smacking

-children should be banned in Wales.

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-I've smacked my own children

-but smacking can go too far.

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-I recall having a few smacks

-when I was naughty as a child.

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-I didn't do any harm to me.

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-When I was naughty, I was smacked

-and I deserved it every time.

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-I don't think you should ban it.

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-I think they should ban it

-but I used to smack my children.

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-Should they ban smacking?

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-I don't know about that.

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-A little smack won't do any harm

-and that's children learn.

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-Banning it is extreme as people need

-to make their own minds up about it.

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-They should ban smacking children.

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-I'm happy for it to stay the same

-and have the right to smack a child.

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-Smack them on their hand

-but nowhere else.

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-I smack my own children

-but they're adorable and harmless.

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-I tend to put them

-on the naughty step.

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-That was very interesting.

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-Let's start with you, Deris.

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-Were you smacked as a child?

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-I don't recall being smacked.

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-I did smack my own children

-on the backside.

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-It's a tough thing to do.

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-This is how I disciplined

-my children.

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-I don't smack my grandchildren.

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-The relationship is different.

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-Discipline is different these days.

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-I'm sure the boundaries are very

-different in the school.

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-I didn't smack children at school.

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-I just gave them a look.

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-We also used to sit and chat.

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-I did smack my children

-on their bottoms.

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-You shouldn't harm a child.

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-I don't see a problem

-with a small tap on the bottom.

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-I would grab my child

-if I saw them run across the road.

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-Would you like to see a ban?

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-It's all about how a parent reacts.

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-It isn't black and white.

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-When I was smacked

-it meant that I needed to behave.

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-It didn't do me any harm.

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-My friend is a teacher and if she

-hears that a child is smacked...

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-..she has to report it

-to Social Services.

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-It also depends

-on how the child behaves.

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-I wouldn't hit a quiet

-and subdued child.

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-It will make things worse.

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-I was smacked as a child.

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-I remember one event.

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-My mother told me that there was

-a home for naughty children.

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-She packed my bags one day.

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-I thought I was going to the school.

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-It's stuck in my mind since then.

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-We've had an incredible response

-from our viewers.

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-Cariad 77 on Twitter states that

-smacking doesn't create respect...

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-..but instils fear.

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-"You only get respect by speaking to

-a child and earning their respect."

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-Mag ap Howell also says that

-we should ban smacking children.

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-Mag thinks that smacking

-is a form of GBH.

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-She thinks that you should only

-touch a child in a loving way.

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-Meinir Thomas says that there's a

-difference between a smack...

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-..and hitting a child/

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-It should be up to the parent.

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-I have smacked my own child.

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-I tend to give my child

-a warning beforehand.

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-It's also about respect

-and discipline.

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-Many children went to Sunday School

-and told to be quiet.

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-It's different these days.

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-I don't think it should be banned.

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-It's all about the behaviour

-of the child.

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-There are reasons why children

-behave the way that they do.

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-You need to source the problem.

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-Our second story is about young

-people helping the elderly.

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-Young people in the Netherlands are

-being offered free accommodation...

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-..on the condition that they

-socialize with the residents.

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-isolation and loneliness...

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-..among the elderly are killers.

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-I think this idea is great

-and fantastic.

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-I had a mother who was old

-and loved being around young people.

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-She would also offer them advice.

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-Old people can offer so much.

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-It's certainly worth it.

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-A television programme was shown

-about this over Christmas.

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-I had two grandmothers.

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-They loved seeing young children.

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-My 90 year old grandmother thinks

-I'm a tonic.

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-After the break, we'll play

-Mwy Neu Lai with one lucky viewer.

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-We also return

-to the kitchen with Elwen.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to play...

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-Mwy Neu Lai.

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-We should have a caller on the line.

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-It's Menna Davies from Wrexham.

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-How are you?

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-I'm very well, thank you.

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-Have you had any snow?

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-Yes, we've had some snow

-but the sun is shining now.

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-We'll ask you a series of questions

-and the answers are numbers.

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-You don't need to know the number...

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-..but simply if the answer is higher

-or lower than the previous number.

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-There's 10 for each correct answer.

-Today's starting number is 13.

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-Your 60 seconds start as soon as

-Mari asks the first question.

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-Good luck!

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-How many days are in January?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 31.

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-How many years

-are in half a century?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 50.

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-What is 5 X 5?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 25.

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-How many colours are in a rainbow?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 7.

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-Is the population of Llanelli?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 35,000.

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-Is half a dozen

-higher or lower than 35,000?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 6.

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-How many miles is it from Swansea to

-Abergele - higher or lower than 6?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Incorrect - 174.

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-How many players are in a football

-team - higher or lower than 174?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 11.

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-How many years are in a century?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 100.

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-How many letters are in the word,

-PRYNHAWN?

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-Lower.

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-Lower.

-

-Correct - 8.

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-How many pennies are in 2?

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-Higher.

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-Higher.

-

-Correct - 200.

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-Your time is up!

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-Congratulations, you've won 100!

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-Thank you very much.

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-Are you happy with your winnings?

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-Yes, that's brilliant.

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-It's a great amount to win

-for the weekend.

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-Thank you for playing...

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-Thank you for playing...

-

-Mwy Neu Lai!

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-Congratulations to Menna to Wrexham.

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-Time now to find out what's going

-on in your area with our Calendar.

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-Tonight, a Plygain service is held

-at St Madryn's Church, Trawsfynydd.

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-It starts at 7.00pm

-and everyone is welcome.

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-The Botanic Garden, Llanarthne hosts

-a woodcraft weekend from 10.00am.

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-Entry is 3

-and you can buy quality equipment.

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-Book your ticket for Noson Yn Fienna

-by the Welsh National Opera...

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-..at The Bryn Terfel Theatre,

-Pontio Centre in Bangor at 7.30pm.

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-Tickets costs 16, OAPs pay 14,

-students and under 18s are 5.

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-There's plenty to do

-across Wales this weekend.

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-We're back in the kitchen

-with Elwen.

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-The meatballs you made earlier

-were delicious.

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-What's on the menu now?

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-This can be a pudding or a cake.

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-I've got 100g of butter.

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-There's 100g of golden caster sugar.

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-Cream the butter and sugar.

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-I've started to add the two eggs.

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-It's easy to do this by hand.

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-I'm sure people had machines

-for Christmas.

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-It's January,

-so use some elbow grease!

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-I'm not using flour

-but some ground almonds.

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-I'll add the flour later.

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-All the ingredients are about 100g.

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-I've added the eggs

-and the ground almonds.

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-It's going to get quite stiff...

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-..so I'm going to add

-some natural yoghurt.

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-Next, we add the self-raising flour.

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-You also need a touch

-of baking powder.

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-If you have a gluten free diet...

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-..you can use polenta.

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-It makes a yellow colour...

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-..and it stops the blueberries

-from sinking.

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-I prefer to eat this as a cake.

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-It's lovely when warm.

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-Add the zest of the lemon

-and lime.

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-We also need the juice

-of half a lemon.

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-Add the blueberries.

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-This goes into

-a two-pound bread tin...

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-..that should be lined

-with greaseproof paper.

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-I use the greaseproof paper

-for cakes.

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-I've never made a cake!

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-Pour the mixture goes into the tin.

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-You can make me a birthday cake

-for August!

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-Decorate the top

-with some blueberries.

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-They will sink.

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-They are quite heavy.

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-They are very healthy too.

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-Bake it for about 45 minutes

-at about gas mark 4.

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-This can go into the oven.

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-Happy New Year to you all!

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-I've got my fake tan!

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-It was great to go on holiday.

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-What delights are on Heno tonight?

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-Don't forget to join us at 7.00pm.

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-Have you got a slow cooker?

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-No.

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-Yes, I do.

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-They were very popular in the 1970s.

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-Lisa Fearn gives us a lesson in

-preparing warming slow cooker meals.

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-She makes a pudding

-in the slow cooker.

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-There's also news about the film,

-La La Land.

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-Lowri Cooke tells us all about it.

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-Rhodri Davies is also in Tenby to

-report on the new Harbour Brewery.

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-The residents of the Gwaun Valley

-celebrate the Old New Year today.

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-Yvonne joins the residents for

-the celebrations at Gellifawr.

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-Let's get tasting.

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-Serve it with cream.

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-This looks lovely.

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-That's it from us today.

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-Next week, we celebrate 60 years

-of the famous Cavern Club.

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-Love is also in the air

-as we prepare for St Dwynwen's Day.

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-We'll have plenty of great ideas

-to assist that man in your life!

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-Enjoy the weekend, goodbye.

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