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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We hope you all had a good weekend.
-In a moment, Elena Mai Roberts
-looks at the weekend headlines.
-We look forward
-to hearing more from you.
-This is what else we've got for you.
-Gareth rustles up some recipes
-that are fit for St Dwynwen's Day.
-Sian James chats about the work
-of Welsh Women's Aid...
-..and their event on Wednesday
-to celebrate St Dwynwen's Day.
-Marion has some gift sets that
-are ideal for St Dwynwen's Day.
-Ieuan has tips on pruning our trees
-at this time of the year.
-You can enjoy this and more
-on Prynhawn Da on 23 January.
-We start with
-the weekend headlines...
-..that were dominated
-by the inauguration of Donald Trump.
-President Trump is not happy.
-Elena Mai Roberts
-joins us to chat more about it.
-The newspapers have been dominated
-..about the inauguration
-of President Donald Trump.
-On Saturday morning, there was a lot
-..in the social media.
-Many of the stories
-in the newspapers...
-..focused on the numbers of people
-in the crowd...
-..when compared to the numbers
-at Barak Obama's inauguration.
-Trump has complained
-about the headlines.
-Many women took to the streets
-to voice their opinions on Trump.
-He doesn't care about the press.
-He's the CEO of America!
-It's very different
-to running a company.
-He has to realize that
-he has to change his tactics...
-..from running a campaign
-to running a country.
-He has to adapt his way
-of being a president.
-He has blasted the press on Twitter.
-Many state that
-it's been a terrible start.
-We've seen the pictures
-of the women...
-..who took to the streets...
-..to protest about Donald Trump.
-There were many processions
-against Donald Trump...
-..in major cities around the world.
-Theresa May is going to be the first
-of the world leaders...
-..to meet Donald Trump.
-Donald Trump has referred
-to Theresa May as "My Maggie"...
-..which refers to
-the close relationship...
-..between Margaret Thatcher
-and Ronald Regan.
-I was looking at the pictures
-of the inauguration.
-His wife isn't anything like
-She looked more like an ornament.
-She's back in New York now
-and isn't by her husband's side.
-has said he will create jobs.
-We'll have to wait and see.
-But it's been a terrible start!
-I wonder how Donald Trump
-would react to our next story...
-..about the Girl Guides!
-I was a Brownie.
-I was a cub and a scout.
-The Mail on Sunday's headline read,
-"Now Boys can be Girl Guides...
-"..if they think they're
-the wrong gender."
-This is the biggest change
-to the institution...
-..since the Girl Guides was
-established in the early 1900s.
-The chief executive is
-a revolutionist and a feminist.
-The change allows transgendered
-people to lead groups...
-..and the group does not have
-to inform the parents of this.
-The article in The Observer focuses
-on the role of the old cinema.
-I have fond memories of the cinema
-Many of the old cinemas across
-Britain have been demolished.
-In trendy parts of London...
-..the old cinema buildings
-are enjoying a rejuvenation.
-The people of Porthmadog
-recently lost their battle...
-..to save the cinema, the Coliseum.
-Porthmadog hasn't got
-a lot of old buildings.
-It's very sad to see
-the loss of the old buildings.
-Many places in North Wales
-have lost their old buildings...
-..and have been replaced by
-We need to treasure them
-and use them.
-Don't move a muscle, if you're
-planning a St Dwynwen's Day meal.
-After the break, Gareth has some
-recipes for a romantic dinner.
-Sian James chats about Welsh
-Women's Aid the forthcoming events.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-St Dwynwen's Day is on Wednesday
-and we are preparing you for it.
-Gareth makes some romantic cuisine
-to celebrate St Dwywen's Day.
-I've got all sorts of ideas for you.
-It's very colourful here.
-There's hearts and roses.
-You can sit back
-and enjoy some romance.
-This is a two-course meal.
-I've got the main and a pudding.
-A St Dwynwen's Day souffle
-is on the menu.
-Add 50g to a saucepan.
-This is going to form a sauce...
-..that will be form
-the basis of the souffle.
-Add 50g of flour.
-The flour and butter should be
-at the same temperature...
-..and this helps to avoid lumps.
-We'll also add some milk
-at room temperature.
-Add the milk a little at a time.
-You need to take your time
-I'm using full fat milk.
-It gives a more luxurious flavour.
-This is going to form a thick sauce.
-Here's one I made earlier.
-You can prepare this the morning...
-..before making the souffle
-later in the evening.
-This is a twice-baked souffle.
-This can go into a bowl.
-I've got enough
-to make two souffles.
-There's a lot of
-romantic utensils too!
-The sauce needs to be cold
-before adding two egg yolks.
-The egg whites have been whipped.
-Season this with some salt
-and black pepper.
-You want a rich flavour...
-..so I'm adding some smoked salmon.
-There's also some dill.
-Dill is great with salmon.
-Can you add any flavours to this?
-Yes, you can use anything you like.
-There's also some lemon zest.
-Next, we add some of the egg white.
-Add half of the egg white.
-Use a metal spoon...
-the egg white into the mixture.
-Add the remaining egg white
-and stir well but gently!
-Grease the heart-shaped tins.
-These are cooked for the first time
-for 15 minutes.
-These are baked in a bain marie.
-After 15 minutes,
-you can remove them.
-These are left to chill.
-Next, get them out of the dish.
-This is a challenge!
-You can have these for breakfast
-or as a starter.
-I'm going to make a paste
-with some horseradish sauce.
-Brush some smoked salmon
-with the horseradish sauce.
-This goes around the souffle.
-The souffle goes back in the oven
-for a further ten minutes.
-Here's some I made earlier.
-We'll taste them later.
-These are a bit warm.
-You can sample this with a sauce
-made with creme fraiche.
-We'll be back to try it.
-This week, it was reported about
-the levels of acrylamide in foods.
-I've never heard of it.
-It's when the food is burnt.
-It can be roast potatoes
-or burnt items.
-It can lead to cancer.
-A campaign is raising awareness of
-levels of acrylamide in our diet...
-..by highlighting its presence
-and reducing the risk at home.
-It's present in starchy foods
-such as toast, potatoes and so on.
-We'll shed some light on the matter
-over the coming week.
-Sioned Fiddler has some advice for
-us from the Food Standards Agency.
-Contact us if you have any questions
-about this issue or any other issue.
-Call us on 01554 880 880
-or email [email protected]
-You can also contact us
-via Facebook or Twitter.
-It's St Dwynwen's Day
-Dwynwen is the Welsh
-patron saint of lovers...
-..and was a woman
-who overcame violence and abuse.
-Welsh Women's Aid
-has chosen this day...
-..to highlight the fact that women
-across Wales are still mistreated.
-Sian James is on the board
-of Welsh Women's Aid...
-..and she joins us now.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Tell us more
-about Welsh Women's Aid.
-It's a very important group.
-We work with women and children.
-It's important to help anyone
-to live without being in fear.
-Anyone can ask us for assistance...
-..if they are suffering
-from domestic abuse.
-The situation has improved
-over the years.
-There are more ways
-for people to find help.
-However, there's more ways of abuse
-to be had these days...
-..in terms of cyber bullying.
-It isn't always physical abuse.
-The group has chosen St Dwynwen's
-Day as a day for a campaign.
-Domestic violence has been around
-for many years.
-We can't stand on corners
-to collect money.
-It's important to raise money
-..in terms of the helping women
-Many women can relate
-to the story of Dwynwen.
-Many were forced into marriage...
-..or abused by their fathers.
-There's a special event in Swansea.
-It's on Wednesday.
-The evening is called Still We Rise.
-It's important for women
-to meet together...
-..and support one another.
-The Still We Rise evening
-is held on 25 January...
-..at Coast in Swansea
-from 7.00pm to 10.00pm.
-Still We Rise is a night of music
-It's all about celebrating women
-Sian Harries is going to be a
-new ambassador for the charity.
-She writes scripts...
-..and once worked with Tinopolis.
-We need to tell this story.
-Women and children
-need to be educated...
-..in terms of the ways
-they can get information.
-Those not living in Swansea...
-..can make a donation
-towards to the tickets.
-Tickets to the evening are 15 each
-and include a buffet.
-That 15 can make
-a real difference...
-..to the women and children
-The money goes towards helping
-those under abuse across Wales.
-After the break, we'll join
-Marion in the Beauty Corner.
-Still to come on the programme,
-Ieuan starts tidying up the garden.
-And we return to Gareth
-to savour a romantic dessert.
-Marion has joined me in the studio.
-We've mentioned St Dwynwen's Day
-a lot on the programme so far...
-..and we remain with that theme now.
-We've got ideas
-for some romantic gifts.
-Christmas has just gone.
-It's a great idea to buy
-this spray purse.
-It's a handy item.
-It's 69 for the product by Lancome.
-It will fit into your handbag.
-The Chanel soap is 19.
-There's a lovely aroma
-with this Chanel soap.
-It lasts for some time.
-The Estee Lauder Youth Dew is 27.
-It is a dusting powder.
-It comes with a powder puff.
-There's also a roll-on deodorant.
-You can pick up the three items
-by Benefit for 74.
-There's body oil to use
-after a shower or massage.
-We also have a hair spray.
-There's also a spray
-that creates a sheen on the skin.
-These items can be bought
-We also have a turban for the hair.
-There's also a mask to use
-in the bath.
-We also have a bubble bath.
-You can pick up three items
-from Boots for 20.
-There are various products by No 7.
-This is Lift and Luminate.
-There are products
-for the day and night.
-It breathes life
-back into your skin.
-There's some products by Clinique
-for the men.
-The boys are also fussy!
-These are great for shaving.
-There are still bargains available.
-Some products are strong in aroma.
-Snap up the bargains quickly.
-Boots is selling various bags and
-I like the wording on it.
-I also spotted a bag.
-It's my wedding anniversary
-and I wanted it.
-Smashbox is selling a set for 35.
-The weather isn't too bad today so
-you could venture into the garden.
-Ieuan has some tips on pruning
-and neatening up your gardens.
-My first job is to prune and discard
-these Autumn Bliss raspberry canes.
-My first job is to prune and discard
-these Autumn Bliss raspberry canes.
-This variety of raspberry fruits
-from late August to late October.
-You can do this after the fruition
-period between November and March.
-They will bear fruit again in late
-summer from the roots of new canes.
-If you don't do this, new growth
-will appear from these old canes.
-Its produce will be poor and it will
-absorb any goodness from new growth.
-Eventually, it will
-wipe out the entire crop.
-But don't do this with raspberries
-that produce during June and July.
-Their fruit will only thrive on
-old canes from the previous year.
-Wear gloves for this job because
-the canes are covered in thorns.
-From March, we start to sow seeds.
-But you can sow seeds
-as early as January indoors...
-..and regulate temperatures
-by following the guidelines.
-Here are some examples.
-Large onions, antirrhinums,
-begonias and geraniums...
-..all need an extended growth
-period before their flourish.
-Summer Purple broccoli is edible as
-early as June when sowed in January.
-These plastic seed trays
-are durable and reusable.
-But give them a wash
-and disinfect thoroughly.
-It will prevent a condition
-called damping off...
-..where small, tender plants, rot
-from the root prior to blossoming.
-Use warm soapy water and a hard
-bristle brush to remove residue.
-sterilize the tray with bleach.
-Soak it in a bowl with one part
-of bleach and nine parts of water.
-Leave it to bathe for 20 minutes.
-It will kill spores of fungus
-that attack smaller, tender plants.
-Swill the tray and leave to dry.
-Having filled the tray with compost,
-we are ready to sow some seeds.
-It's possible to use
-a multi-purpose compost...
-..but more seeds will bud by using a
-seed compost with a finer structure.
-This is suitable for planting
-tender lobelias and begonias.
-By following these guidelines
-you should have fun planting.
-We've returned to Gareth
-in the kitchen.
-The St Dwynwen's Day souffle
-you made earlier was delicious.
-It looks delicious.
-This is other souffle.
-Sian has eaten as much as me!
-I'm making some hidden heart cakes.
-Here's a glass for you!
-There's a special something
-hidden inside the cakes.
-I've got some soft butter.
-Add two large eggs to it.
-Next, add 150 grams of plain flour
-and some baking soda powder.
-Stir the mixture.
-You can make these cakes
-Use a metal spoon to stir it.
-It should fall off the spoon.
-We prepare the hearts first.
-I've got some sugar, flour,
-butter and eggs.
-It's the same mixture
-as you would for the cake.
-Add some pink colouring
-to the mixture.
-It creates a pink fusion!
-Bake in an eight-inch cake.
-I've got plain flour for this part.
-Spread the mixture across the tin.
-Bake it for 20 minutes.
-Leave the cake to cool.
-It's like a small sponge.
-We move onto the other cakes.
-I've got some rose water flavouring.
-It's similar to Turkish Delight.
-It's got a lovely fragrant flavour.
-We've also got some petal style
-paper for decoration.
-Scoop in the mixture.
-Cut out a heart shape
-from the pink sponge.
-The cutter is also pink!
-Place the hearts
-on top of the cake mixture.
-The hearts have to be
-in the same place.
-Cover the hearts with more
-of the cake mixture.
-Bake this for 20 minutes again.
-They should look like this
-after they've baked.
-Allow them to cool
-before we decorate them.
-We also have some butter cream.
-Create a rose swirl on the top.
-We've got some red hearts
-Use two hearts each.
-Speaking of roses...
-Llinos has joined us.
-Don't forget to join us at 7.00pm.
-Our sofa guests are the actors,
-Ffion Dafis and Sion Eifion.
-Both of them look forward to star in
-the famous Shakespeare play Macbeth.
-We enjoy a song and a chat
-from the singer, Heulen Cynfal.
-We hear about the Cors Caron race.
-We catch up with
-the singer, Cerys Matthews.
-She discusses her ambassador role
-for Wales' 2017 Year of Legends.
-Elin chats to one of the star's of
-the Welsh rock scene, Yws Gwynedd.
-Yws joins a day of celebrations
-with Radio Cymru this Wednesday.
-These look great, Gareth.
-We need to reveal the hidden heart.
-Slice the cakes in two.
-A heart will be revealed.
-Well done, Gareth!
-On tomorrow's programme, we continue
-with our St Dwynwen's Day countdown.
-Dylan has wine ideas for gifts
-or to serve with a romantic meal.
-Kevin has the challenge of making
-a floral arrangement for under 5.
-Ward Plant follows the news
-and weather on S4C.