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Pennod 185

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-Hello, I hope you're all well.

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-Join us here live from Llanelli

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-In a minute, the journalist, John

-Stevenson has quite a story for us.

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-In our Book Club, Awst yn Anogia.

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-Iris Cobbe looks back at the late

-Gareth F Williams' popular novel...

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-..and tells us why

-it should be republished.

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-Our Collections series continues

-with a Doctor Who superfan.

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-It's almost time for [email protected]

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-Leon Welsby will be here to tell us

-how this campaign works.

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-Helen Humphreys discusses handbags

-of all types in our wardrobe slot.

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-Are you a rucksack or satchel person

-or do you just need a huge bag?

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-Alison Huw tells us how we can

-cut back on all that food waste.

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-Join us two for all this and

-more, welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-First this afternoon,

-let's go back to Christmas 1989.

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-Ian Parry, a young photographer

-from Prestatyn...

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-..died in a plane crash

-near Bucharest in Romania.

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-Was it just an accident?

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-Was the place targeted deliberately,

-and if so, by who and why?

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-John Stevenson has taken an interest

-in this story for many years.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Three years ago,

-he made a programme for S4C.

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-The former BBC Wales political

-correspondent went to Romania...

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-..to try and solve this

-25-year-old mystery.

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-Before we speak with you, John,

-here's a clip from the programme.

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-I have travelled hundreds of miles

-to come here.

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-I didn't expect it to be

-such a remote place, so desolate.

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-Six Romanians dies in this accident.

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-Also a Welshman, Ian Parry.

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-A young man from Prestatyn

-just starting out in his career.

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-His journey began in Prestatyn

-but came to an end in rural Romania.

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-I was very emotional for you.

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-Tell us back to the start.

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-Ian was from Prestatyn.

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-He wanted to be a photo journalist.

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-He worked on local papers.

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-He then worked for the Sunday Times.

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-He wanted to go to Romania.

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-He was there in December 1989.

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-He decided to return to London with

-the photographs he had taken.

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-The first leg of his journey...

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-..was a flight from Bucharest

-on Thursday, 28 December, 1989.

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-The plane and six crew were on

-a humanitarian mission...

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-..to collect blood from Belgrade

-in the old Yugoslavia.

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-Barely 12 minutes into the flight,

-it plummeted into a remote forest.

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-The plane was shot down.

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-Who did this terrible thing?

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-Have you had any answers?

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-I have had a lot of red herrings.

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-Romania are now in the EU

-since 2007.

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-Romania has to face its dark past.

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-This story is part of this.

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-Two other Western journalists

-were also killed.

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-One was Frenchman,

-the other, Belgian.

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-Americans were also injured.

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-I did get a reply

-from the government.

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-There is a case against in Iliescu.

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-Ion Iliescu, president of Romania

-after the fall of Ceausescu...

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-..will soon be put on trial.

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-The defender said there was a case.

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-But, it took place too long ago.

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-They said that statute of

-limitations limits their power.

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-They have now changed their minds.

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-I knew the statute of limitations

-was a lie.

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-That was stopped in 2010.

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-They say there is enough evidence.

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-The process started with students

-in Bucharest revolting against...

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-..the government in Romania.

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-Dozens of students

-were killed in the uprising.

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-Ion Iliescu will be charged

-with their murder.

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-Also, 1,500 people were killed

-in the revolution.

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-It sounds like a television series.

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-I hope Ian Parry's death

-will also be investigated.

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-What's the next step?

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-I have a friend in Bucharest.

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-I sent her my evidence.

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-I had also sent it to the

-Romanian Embassy in London.

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-There is a new government in place.

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-They are the same

-as Nicolae Ceausescu.

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-Keep us posted

-with any developments.

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-Hopefully, more information about

-Ian parry's death will emerge.

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-Mrs Gwladys Parry died in 2014,

-without knowing how or why...

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-..her son had perished in such a

-desolate spot, many miles from home.

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-That is what has kept me going.

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-Still to come, we'll open

-the covers of our Book Club...

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-..to hear about the republishing of

-Gareth F William's Awst yn Anogia.

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-And Hana Medi continues

-her series on collections...

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-..with Doctor Who merchandise.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Time now to open up

-the covers of our Book Club.

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-We turn our attention to the

-late Gareth F Williams' masterpiece.

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-Y Lolfa is republishing Awst yn

-Anogia after his death last year.

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-Here to discuss the novel

-is Iris Cobbe.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm sure you're not surprised

-that it's being reissued.

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-It isn't a surprise

-that Y Lolfa is republishing it.

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-I came here to review Awst yn Anogia

-when it was first published in 2014.

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-Awst yn Anogia is a great novel

-and the story captivated me.

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-I didn't think this novel

-would appeal to me.

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-It has over 500 pages.

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-The pages were packed with words

-and it was a lengthy read.

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-It captivated me and I couldn't put

-it down.

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-In 1944, two members of SOE...

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-..kidnapped the German

-General Heinrich Kreipe.

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-A film was made about it in the

-1940s called Ill Met By Moonlight.

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-During these events,

-the Germans went berserk...

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-..and took revenge on

-the islanders of Crete...

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-..and attacked the common folk.

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-In brief, the novel cites

-the bravery of individuals...

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-..in an extremely

-unusual situation.

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-That was the late Gareth F Williams.

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-This novel is epic.

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-It is part fiction, part fact.

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-It draws you in.

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-There are cruel events.

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-Families are torn apart.

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-The writing is powerful.

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-Anogia means 'a high place'.

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-Anogia is a village high up

-in the mountains.

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-People would hide there

-from the Nazis.

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-The women would keep the village

-running whilst in fear.

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-There is superb characterization.

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-There are two sisters.

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-The characters are strong.

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-The women are looked after

-in the village.

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-I was talking to the characters!

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-The writing was so strong.

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-I was in a panic

-when the Nazis were coming.

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-I kept reading it and I was glued.

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-The events in Berlin have changed

-the way we think as a nation.

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-Some of the Nazis were not happy

-with Hitler.

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-There were many times when I was

-telling the characters...

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-.."Don't do that!"

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-You are left with cliffhangers.

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-You don't get to find out what

-happens immediately.

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-You find out chapters later.

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-What happened to the village?

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-The village was punished in 1944.

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-Buildings were torn down.

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-It was rebuilt later.

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-Kriepe was taken to Canada.

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-General Kreipe was kidnapped from

-the village and taken to Bridgend!

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-He was on out doorstep!

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-It is seen as his best novel.

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-A masterpiece by Gareth.

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-Now then, Doctor Who is one of the

-world's most popular TV programmes.

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-Today, it features

-in our Collections slot.

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-The long-awaited tenth series

-will hit our screens in the spring.

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-I'm sure this week's collector

-can't wait for that to happen.

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-What springs to mind

-when you hear the words...

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-..Daleks, Tardis, Cybermen

-or the Master?

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-It's the popular sci-fi television

-series, Doctor Who, of course.

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-Today's collector

-is infatuated by it.

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-I started watching the programme

-in 2007...

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-..and I enjoyed

-tuning in every week.

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-When the programme finished,

-I hankered for more.

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-So I bought the books and read them,

-the CDs and DVDs, just to have more.

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-And it evolved from here.

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-There are over 800 programmes

-and each one is available on DVD.

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-They take up

-a lot of the collection.

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-There are books, memorabilia,

-action figures and sticker cards.

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-As well as CDs...

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-..and autographs

-are my next biggest collection.

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-I've got autographs from almost

-everyone who's been in the show.

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-I last counted 2,131 items.

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-But the collection has expanded

-since then and it grows weekly.

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-I purchase new comics every week

-so the figure is more now.

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-I store the collection

-in my bedroom...

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-..but with so many items,

-it isn't possible.

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-A lot of them are kept in the attic

-and out of sight.

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-But these are the ones

-I don't like so much.

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-Have you got a favourite?

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-Some items have more sentimental

-value than monetary value.

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-They're personal items

-that aren't available to others.

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-One of them is the autograph of

-the current Doctor, Peter Capaldi.

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-I wrote to the studio

-where they film it in Cardiff...

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-..and I didn't expect a reply.

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-I received a letter

-from Peter Capaldi...

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-..with a promotional

-signed photograph.

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-He also wrote a message for me.

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-Another item is a poster

-I take to all the conventions.

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-Actors sign the poster for me

-so it's covered with autographs.

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-It's one of my favourite items.

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-I've got a piece of artwork

-from an artist in Argentina.

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-It means a lot to me

-because he gave it to me for free.

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-The people who work

-on the programme are so gracious.

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-It's a special programme

-for people around the world.

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-Ianto's amazing collection

-also won a recent accolade.

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-I received

-a Guinness World Record...

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-..for the largest collection

-of Doctor Who memorabilia.

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-It was a long process

-which took almost two years.

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-I was so delighted and ecstatic.

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-It was brilliant.

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-I refer to myself as a superfan.

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-In letters to the cast,

-I introduce myself as a superfan.

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-I'm more than a fan

-who tunes in every week.

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-I buy CDs, DVDs

-and Expanded Universe material.

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-What makes Doctor Who so special?

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-For me, when I started

-watching Doctor Who...

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-..it was the only

-television programme...

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-..I could talk to others about.

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-It's something I like

-to watch and collect.

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-It's differs to the doom and gloom

-of this world.

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-It's a nice escape from it.

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-Some very interesting objects there.

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-If you have a collection, Hana would

-love to come and take a look at it.

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-Phone us on 01554 880 880

-or email [email protected]

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-You're welcome to contact us with

-any question for one of our experts.

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-Contact us with a fashion, health,

-cookery or any other question.

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-After the break, we hear about

-a special day called [email protected]

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Still to come...

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-..Helen Humphreys is here with

-a selection of the season's bags.

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-There's plenty of choice available.

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-Alison Huw also shows us

-how to avoid wasting food.

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-Stay tuned to us.

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-The Urdd Eisteddfod in Bridgend

-fast approaches.

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-The area is working hard

-to hit their financial targets.

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-Here to talk about one way

-of doing this is Leon Welsby.

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-Also Ethan from Ysgol Garth Olwg

-and Ela from Ysgol Llangynwyd.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The clock is ticking, Leon

-so how are things shaping up?

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-The clock is ticking

-and we're getting excited.

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-It's very exciting.

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-Information about the location and

-fund-raising is at the forefront.

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-What is [email protected]?

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-[email protected] is a new concept.

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-[email protected] was launched last year

-by the crew behind...

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-..the 2017 Bridgend and Taff-Ely

-National Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-It raises awareness of the Urdd

-and also funds for the Urdd.

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-It involves children.

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-It's to raise money.

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-We are holding all sorts of events.

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-Mistar Urdd is coming to the school.

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-You are at Ysgol Llangynwyd.

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-We are the closest school to the

-Urdd site.

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-Kids love to wear their own clothes.

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-Children love dressing up and

-raising funds.

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-There are many informal clothing

-days in schools.

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-We wanted to raise funds for the

-Urdd which is also a charity.

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-Ethan, you are at Garth Olwg.

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-In Garth Olwg, we will hold a

-twmpath at the school.

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-Mistar Urdd will tour around the

-local schools.

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-You are competing too.

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-I also hope to compete on the piano

-and public speaking.

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-We started rehearsing

-for the show last Sunday.

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-The crew behind the 2018 Brecon

-and Radnorshire Urdd Eisteddfod...

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-..have used this idea to raise funds

-and to entire visitors to the area.

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-If you want information,

-email [email protected]

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-27 January is the day

-for [email protected]

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Fridays are a chance for you

-have your say on Prynhawn Da.

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-Hello to our Gossip Girls.

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-What do you think, ladies?

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-What do you think, ladies?

-

-Mami, something awful has happened!

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-That worries me.

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-That worries me.

-

-And it scares me.

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-Thanks to Olive from Penygroes.

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-Have you shopped in your pyjamas?

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-Have you shopped in your pyjamas?

-

-There is a choice.

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-Why do they get it and not us?

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-Why do they get it and not us?

-

-No-one says about Bale's top-knot.

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-It's a different story.

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-It's a different story.

-

-It isn't the first, or the last.

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-Our Gossip Girl will be discussing

-numerous topics again this Friday.

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-One of them asks why there aren't

-many statues of women around Wales.

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-Our panel will tell us which women

-should be honoured with a statue.

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-Contact us with you're opinion

-as we'd like to hear from you.

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-Is your heroine worthy of a statue?

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-Call 01554 880 880,

-or email [email protected]

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-Contact us on Facebook and Twitter

-and use the hashtag #ClwbClecs

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-One of this season's trends

-isn't just a bag but a rucksack.

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-There are bags to suit all ages.

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-Helen Humphreys is here

-with a selection of the latest bags.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We are surrounded by bags!

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-The rucksack is back in fashion.

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-Designers have showcased on the

-catwalks.

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-The high street has followed.

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-These bags are copies of their bags

-we see on the catwalks.

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-These are cheaper!

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-Bags will last for years.

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-They are an investment.

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-You match it with an outfit.

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-Bags are also seasonal.

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-We start with this colourful bag

-for young girls.

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-It's from Monsoon

-and has a floral print.

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-You can match it with another floral

-print.

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-Adults may also like this.

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-We move to this black bag

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-It's for kids and costs 14.

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-Maybe for teenagers.

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-These keyrings

-can be attached to the bags.

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-This keyring comes with it.

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-There's enough room to fit books.

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-These keyrings are popular.

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-The satchel is 35 from M&S.

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-It holds everything.

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-It's a cross-body one.

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-It's a great cross-body bag.

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-You can change the length of the

-strap.

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-Both sexes can wear it.

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-Satchels are also for men.

0:31:120:31:14

-We turn to the metallics.

0:31:150:31:17

-It's from New Look.

0:31:220:31:24

-Metallics were popular in the

-winter and bridge into spring.

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-This is a great evening bag.

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-You can match it with shoes.

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-It's equipped with a small purse.

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-We also have a black and white

-rucksack from Marks and Spencer.

0:32:020:32:07

-Rucksacks can be worn by all ages.

0:32:080:32:11

-Rucksacks are quite cool now.

0:32:120:32:14

-Some of the come in classic colours.

0:32:150:32:18

-These are like Gucci bags.

0:32:300:32:33

-The floral bag

-is a copy of a Gucci bag.

0:32:330:32:36

-They are similar to the top

-designers.

0:32:430:32:46

-There's a chain strap and similar to

-designer bags.

0:32:470:32:51

-It's a glamorous piece to wear out

-in the night or a wedding.

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-We also have some man-bags.

0:33:080:33:10

-Many of the girls in the studio like

-these bags.

0:33:200:33:24

-Man bags are more practical.

0:33:250:33:27

-They don't have as many pockets.

0:33:350:33:37

-They may not look too appealing.

0:33:380:33:40

-Does your household contribute...

0:33:430:33:45

-..towards the 7 million tonnes of

-food waste in Britain every year?

0:33:450:33:49

-After the break...

0:33:490:33:51

-..Alison Huw shows us to avoid

-wasting food and save pennies.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

0:34:060:34:08

-Don't forget to join Mari

-on Heno at 7.00pm.

0:34:080:34:13

-The singer, Dafydd Iwan is

-in the studio to discuss Apton...

0:34:130:34:17

-..which is a brand-new

-Welsh music streaming service.

0:34:180:34:20

-Llinos Lee chats to Garmon Rhys who

-stars in a musical about The Kinks.

0:34:210:34:25

-A Sunny Afternoon runs at

-the Wales Millennium Centre.

0:34:250:34:29

-Alun also hears about

-Ysgol Cwmbran's language charter.

0:34:290:34:32

-Rhodri Davies visits the house

-where Black Sabbath, Genesis...

0:34:330:34:37

-..and Freddie Mercury recorded.

0:34:370:34:39

-Glaspant Manor, on the outskirts

-of Capel Iwan, is for sale.

0:34:390:34:42

-It's quite a story!

0:34:430:34:46

-Do you realise that, in Britain, we

-waste 7M tonnes of food every year?

0:34:470:34:51

-Alison Huw is here with some advice

-on how to cut back on food waste.

0:34:520:35:00

-That's a massive amount!

0:35:010:35:09

-It's quite frightening.

0:35:090:35:17

-Supermarkets have been encouraging

-us to stop wasting food recently.

0:35:170:35:23

-It's part of a campaign by them

-and the Westminster government.

0:35:230:35:29

-Food waste is on the increase

-for the first time in 10 years.

0:35:290:35:34

-Signs in shops will give us tips.

0:35:340:35:40

-In Britain, we throw away 7M tonnes

-of food every year.

0:35:400:35:42

-Over 4m tonnes of this waste

-could be avoided.

0:35:430:35:47

-As we waste food,

-we are also wasting money.

0:35:480:35:51

-On average, we waste 60 a month.

0:35:510:35:58

-There are many options.

0:35:580:36:05

-We waste a lot of fruit,

-vegetables and salads.

0:36:050:36:11

-Have a look at what you waste.

0:36:110:36:15

-Also, bread and milk.

0:36:150:36:18

-Buy frozen foods instead.

0:36:190:36:21

-Use what you need.

0:36:220:36:28

-Buy loose vegetables

-that are not in plastic bags.

0:36:280:36:33

-Try to buy them locally

-or from a Farm Shop.

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-Take them out of the plastic.

0:36:440:36:47

-That makes a big difference.

0:36:470:36:50

-Use a whole vegetables.

0:36:500:36:55

-Buy whole lettuce instead of bags of

-prepared leaves which wilt quicker.

0:36:560:37:01

-Use as much of the vegetables

-as possible, including the peel.

0:37:020:37:07

-Some fruit and vegetables can be

-stored in the refrigerator.

0:37:070:37:12

-These include apples, broccoli,

-cabbage, cucumber, courgettes...

0:37:120:37:17

-..aubergines, carrots,

-cauliflower, beans and berries.

0:37:170:37:25

-Potatoes in the cupboard.

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-A garage is ideal.

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-Use broccoli stems and celery leaves

-your recipes.

0:37:380:37:47

-The stem is very tasty.

0:37:470:38:00

-I think it's tastier than the

-flower.

0:38:000:38:09

-Put salad items at the bottom of

-the fridge wrapped in kitchen roll.

0:38:090:38:13

-Salad leaves hate moisture.

0:38:130:38:18

-Buy whole lettuce instead of bags of

-prepared leaves which wilt quicker.

0:38:180:38:24

-Store herbs in plastic bags with

-a bit of water and in the fridge.

0:38:250:38:34

-Herbs wilt very quickly.

0:38:340:38:38

-Store them like flowers.

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-They will last longer.

0:38:450:38:53

-If you have a surplus of herbs,

-freeze them in oil or butter.

0:38:530:39:01

-Use ice cube trays.

0:39:010:39:04

-A great idea.

0:39:050:39:20

-Make herb butter and freeze.

0:39:210:39:31

-Use chillies straight

-from the freezer.

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-It's easy to remove the seeds.

0:39:370:39:40

-Ginger is the same.

0:39:400:39:50

-Use as much of the vegetables

-as possible, including the peel.

0:39:500:39:53

-Use vegetables to make stocks

-or soups, even potato peelings!

0:39:530:40:02

-Also in stir fries.

0:40:020:40:09

-Keep mushrooms in a paper bag

-in a dry, cold place.

0:40:090:40:12

-Mushrooms will get mouldy

-in a plastic bag.

0:40:120:40:17

-Bananas produce ethylene, a gas

-which matures other fruit as well.

0:40:170:40:21

-Keep bananas separate from fruits

-unless you want to mature them.

0:40:210:40:25

-Wrap the end of bananas in cling

-film to stop them maturing quickly.

0:40:250:40:29

-If you use only half an avocado,

-store the rest with the stone...

0:40:290:40:34

-..and spray the exposed side

-with a bit of oil or lemon water.

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-It will then stay green.

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-Bread, we waste a lot.

0:40:500:40:55

-Buy sliced bread or slice it

-before keeping in the freezer.

0:40:550:40:59

-Only use what you need every day.

0:40:590:41:04

-Liven up dry bread by adding drops

-of water and putting in a hot oven.

0:41:040:41:10

-That's all from us this afternoon.

0:41:100:41:13

-Huw Fash will be looking

-at floral clothing tomorrow.

0:41:130:41:18

-Dr Ann opens up the surgery and

-Dafydd Cadwaladr chats about tea.

0:41:180:41:28

-Y Stiwdio Gefn: Sbardun

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:290:41:34

-Prominent Welsh artists perform

-songs by Alun 'Sbardun' Huws.

0:41:340:41:38

-Until tomorrow, goodnight.

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