Pennod 189 Prynhawn Da


Pennod 189

Fe fyddwn ni'n agor drysau'r syrjeri ac yn trafod pynciau meddygol y dydd. Dr Ann is in the surgery and Dylan Rowlands offers tips on wines to accompany your St Dwynwen's Day meal!


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Shortly, we'll open the

-surgery doors with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-This is what else you can expect

-to see over the next 50 minutes.

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-Carys Tudor has advice on keeping

-you clothes in good condition.

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-If you like model cars, Daf Wyn

-has the perfect collection for you.

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-Tomorrow is St Dwynwen's Day.

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-Later, we'll be setting Kevin

-a challenge.

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-Dylan will have suggestions of what

-rose wine to drink tomorrow.

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-Nerys Edwards, a farmer's wife from

-Croesasgwrn near Llangyndeyrn...

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-..will be sharing some prized

-possessions with us.

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-She's a remarkable woman

-and will be telling us more later.

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-Stay with us over

-the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We begin by opening the surgery

-doors with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, you're looking at sepsis,

-a condition that's been in the news.

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-What is sepsis?

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-This subject has had a lot of

-attention in the media.

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-This is different to septicaemia.

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-Sepsis can be caused by an infection

-in any part of the body.

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-The most common sites of infection

-are lungs, urinary tract...

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-..abdomen and pelvis.

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-You're more likely to develop sepsis

-if you've recently had surgery...

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-..you've had a urinary

-catheter fitted...

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-..or you've had a long stay

-in hospital.

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-Usually, the immune systems keeps an

-infection limited to one area.

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-This is known as a localised

-infection.

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-Our bodies product white blood

-cells, which travel to the site...

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-..and destroy the germs causing the

-infection.

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-If your immune system is weak or an

-infection is severe...

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-..it can quickly spread through the

-blood to other areas of the body.

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-The immune system them goes into

-overdrive...

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-..and inflammation affects the

-entire body.

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-Widespread inflammation

-damages tissue...

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-..and interferes with blood flow.

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-Interruption in blood flow leads to

-drop in blood pressure...

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-..which stops the oxygen reaching

-your organs and tissues.

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-There are new leaflets at the

-doctors.

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-They tell you not go to your doctor

-if you have norovirus.

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-Minutes are important if you have

-sepsis.

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-What are the symptoms?

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-The symptoms in babies

-is the same as meningitis.

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-Babies have a variety of different

-symptoms.

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-If your child looks mottled, bluish

-or pale, is lethargic...

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-..feels abnormally cold to touch,

-breathing very fast...

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-..rash that does not fade when

-pressed or have a fit or convulsion.

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-Adults and older children symptoms

-may include a high temperature...

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-..or low body temperature, chills

-and shivering, fast heartbeat...

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-..or fast breathing.

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-In cases of septic shock, they might

-feel dizzy or faint, diarrhoea...

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-..change in mental state, nausea,

-vomiting slurred speech...

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-..severe muscle pain or

-breathlessness...

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-..less urine production than normal,

-cold, clammy or pale mottled skin...

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-..and loss of consciousness.

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-People are living longer.

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-There are more elderly people

-these days.

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-More cancer sufferers are living.

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-I hadn't heard of this before.

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-People pass away quickly from this.

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-Around 2,000 people die in Wales

-every year from this.

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-There is a sepsis kit on wards.

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-The nurses know exactly what tests

-to do to check for sepsis.

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-This is a fast killer.

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-What is the treatment?

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-Treatment depends on the site and

-cause of the initial infection.

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-Treatment involves antibiotics,

-intravenous fluids...

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-..or giving oxygen if levels are

-low.

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-Management of sepsis after hospital

-admission involved the sepsis six.

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-Three treatments and three tests.

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-This affects many of the organs in

-your body.

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-The GPs don't want to give out

-antibiotics...

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-..as so much has been given out.

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-It can start from a urinary

-infection.

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-If you have an older person

-living at home...

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-..and if they change, there could be

-something wrong with them.

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-It could be sepsis.

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-You can get better from this.

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-You can have this for a second time.

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-If you have a catheter or drip...

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-..there is a way in to the body for

-these bugs.

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-You need to get treatment

-as soon as possible.

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-Death certificates tell us about

-causes of death.

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-Doctors don't put sepsis down.

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-This is how we know how many people

-have died form this.

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-Thank you, Dr Ann.

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-Next, we have our St Dwynwen's Day

-competition.

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-It'll charm the socks of your lover

-or set a romantic mood!

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-There's a bottle of champagne

-and St Dwynwen's Day goodies.

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-It includes a cushion, mugs,

-pictures and Welsh chocolates.

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-It'll delight anyone tomorrow!

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-All you have to do is answer

-this simple question.

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-What flower is traditionally

-associated with love?

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-1) red rose, 2) daffodil,

-or 3) dandelion?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-The phone lines close at 3.00pm

-tomorrow, Tuesday 24 January.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

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-For full term and conditions,

-visit www.s4c.cymru

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Get dialling now.

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-Carys Tudor has joined us

-in the studio.

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-Today, you have advice for keeping

-clothes in great condition.

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-We want to make sure that you can

-repair the garments.

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-Before you buy,

-make sure you read the label...

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-..and that you're happy to comply

-with the instructions.

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-You have to do everything you can to

-protect the garments.

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-These days, we don't fix anything.

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-Years ago, they would fix

-everything.

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-A lot of the younger generation

-don't know how to fix clothes.

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-If you have a moth hole...

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-..put it in the freezer...

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-..and it will rid of the eggs around

-the hole.

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-Let's take a look at repairing holes

-in clothes.

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-There are many different ways to

-repair a hole.

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-You could cut up the garment.

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-It's very clever.

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-You could use a basket weave

-to fix it.

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-You could also add a patch...

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-..there's always spare material in

-the pocket.

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-If you have a jumper

-full of bobbles...

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-..use a Velcro hair roller to remove

-them.

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-It's just the thing!

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-You can buy these for a 1 in

-Wilkinsons.

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-You can purchase a little machine to

-do it.

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-The Velcro roller

-won't harm the garment.

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-Expensive tops can bobble.

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-Fused Web is also a good at

-repairing holes in clothes.

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-We used to repair jeans

-with patches.

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-The younger generation

-like clothes with holes and rips.

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-If your jeans zip keeps falling

-down, don't change the zip.

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-Place a key-ring through the hole...

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-..and place over the button after

-closing.

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-That's a great idea.

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-Keep all spare buttons that come

-with a garment in a small jar.

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-If the button comes loose

-put some clear nail varnish on it.

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-I always tend to lose them.

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-Put them all in a box.

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-If the collar on your favourite

-shirt has worn...

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-..turn it inside out.

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-If you have a gaping blouse around

-the bust area...

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-..sew between the upper button and

-the lower button.

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-This will not show and you can

-remove it over your head.

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-If any of your garments shrink in

-the wash...

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-..soak the garment in water and

-hair conditioner...

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-..before rinsing it and

-rolling it in a towel...

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-..to remove most of the moisture.

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-Place the garment

-on a flat towel to dry...

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-..and pull the garment back to shape

-every 30 minutes until dry.

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-If you've snagged a garment...

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-..pull the threads through from the

-front to back with a large needle.

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-If the string of your hoodie or

-trousers has come out...

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-..use a large safety pin or a straw

-to place it back in.

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-Thank you, Carys.

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-It's time for a break.

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-When we return, Daf looks at

-a collection of valuable cars.

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-We set Kevin a challenge

-before St Dwynwen's Day tomorrow.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Mari Grug has joined us.

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-What delights are on Heno tonight?

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

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-We hear the new song for the

-St David's Day parade in Pwllheli...

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-..from the composer, Dewi Pws.

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-My studio guest will be

-Sion Jobbins.

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-He has the latest news

-from the Ras yr Iaith campaign.

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-They raised 12,000 last year.

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-Rhodri Davies takes a look at the

-Welsh connections...

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-..with the latest Mel Gibson film,

-Hacksaw Ridge.

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-We hear of an appeal from the

-Football Association of Wales.

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-They want people to volunteer

-for the Champions League Final.

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-The final will be held in Cardiff

-during the summer.

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-Did you collect anything

-when you were young?

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-No.

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-In the 1960s, the Oxford Diecast

-model cars were very collectable.

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-For those of you who are fans, Daf

-has some really good news for you.

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-Back in the 1960s and 1970s...

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-..these cars were seen in Christmas

-stockings across the world.

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-The original ones are expensive

-and very collectable.

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-Did you know that they were once

-manufactured here in Swansea?

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-Quite fittingly, there are

-hundreds in a special exhibition...

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-..here at the National Waterfront

-Museum in Swansea.

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-The exhibition features one of

-Swansea's most amusing companies.

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-The Corgi Toys company.

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-The company goes back

-to the 1930s when Philip Ullmann...

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-..came to Britain from Germany

-to escape persecution by the Nazis.

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-The company was established

-in Swansea soon after the war.

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-It was called Mettoy and they

-produced all kinds of model cars.

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-1n 1956, they decided to adopt

-the corgi as the company logo.

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-The Queen had a household of them

-and it was also a Welsh dog.

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-Corgi toys were a part of my

-childhood in the 1960s and '70s.

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-I'm sure it's the same for many

-other Welsh children of that time.

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-The company had financial

-difficulties during the 1980s.

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-Some of the casts of the models

-were bought by Lyndon Davies.

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-He established Oxford Diecast in

-1993 and it survives to this day.

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-They still make model cars to

-entertain a whole new generation.

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-The exhibition has been donated by

-the present owner of Oxford Diecast.

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-It contains over 920 vehicles

-worth 12,000.

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-For someone like me, who doesn't

-collect this kind of thing...

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-..I have really been struck

-by the amount of detail involved.

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-These have been made by hand

-before going on the production line.

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-Oxford Diecast have made over

-three million of these buses...

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-..in over 500 different designs.

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-I'm sorry to say, although I'm sixty

-later this year...

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-..I still have some of these cars

-in boxes in the house!

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-I have James Bond's Aston Martin.

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-I remember my grandmother giving

-it to me when she visited once.

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-I also have a Man from UNCLE car.

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-Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin

-would be fired from the windows...

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-..as the cars went down the street.

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-I come from an agricultural

-background in Montgomeryshire.

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-I loved the model tractors

-and I still have some of them.

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-They were an important part

-of my childhood.

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-There are models of all kinds here.

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-If you like model cars,

-come down to the exhibition.

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-More importantly

-for us as a museum...

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-..is that they are a part of

-the history of Swansea and of Wales.

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-Come to see these wonderful models.

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-If you'd like to win

-half of that collection...

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-..visit the museum to enter

-a very special competition.

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-You could be taking home

-cars worth 5,000!

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-Tomorrow is St Dwynwen's Day, the

-perfect chance to show your love.

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-I'm sure you're looking

-for a gift to go with your card.

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-Women always love

-a bunch of flowers...

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-..but they can be expensive

-at this time of year.

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-We've given Kevin a challenge to

-create a bouquet for five pounds.

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-That's no problem.

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-You can do a lovely bunch of flowers

-for 5.

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-There are a lot on the market.

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-We start with a rose pot.

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-This can be purchased for 5.

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-After the roses stop flowering...

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-..the outside will continue to grow.

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-You can plant it outside.

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-For 6, you can have the anthurium.

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-This is wonderful

-for St Dwynwen's Day.

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-This is easy to care for.

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-We have a 5 and a 6.

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-Carnations are the next flowers.

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-You can purchase 2 packs for 5.

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-I've gone one pink pack and one dark

-pink.

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-They look great like this.

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-They look much nicer like that.

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-Much better than they do

-in the packaging.

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-We also have ranunculus.

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-I've put some Welsh cakes with this

-arrangement

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-They look very striking like this.

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-If you have a flower allergy, why

-don't you give them strawberries?

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-It's my favourite.

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-This is wonderful.

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-You can purchase a pack for 4.99.

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-Remove them from their packaging...

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-..and put them on skewers.

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-Tulips come in a box for 4.

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-You only have to pick them up

-from the shelves.

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-If you buy roses...

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-..you can get them for 6 for 15.

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-You have to look inside the

-packaging.

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-You don't want rotten leaves.

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-However, you need

-to take a look inside...

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-..to make sure that the stems are

-healthy and green.

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-I'm going to make an arrangement

-using this heart-shaped basket.

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-All I'm using are roses.

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-I've added some oasis

-to the bottom of the basket.

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-You want to hide the oasis.

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-We could leave it like this.

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-I'm going to add some extra flowers.

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-All you need is to place

-them around the roses.

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-The prices aren't too bad

-on St Dwynwen's Day.

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-One rose can cost 5

-for Valentine's Day.

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-We need to celebrate

-St Dwynwen's Day.

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-I hope to have some roses tomorrow.

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-Thank you, Kevin, for some

-great ideas for St Dwynwen's Day.

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-How about a bottle of wine as a gift

-or to drink with a romantic meal?

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-Dylan will have a choice of wines

-in the next part of the programme.

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-Join us after the break.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Time now for our seasonal

-photography competition.

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-This time, the theme is,

-of course, Winter.

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-We love to receive your photos

-and this is how you can take part.

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-We are in the grip

-of winter's cold weather.

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-The Ice Queen

-leaves her mark everywhere.

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-The light is perfect to take

-that great, seasonal photo.

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-Venture out with your camera

-and show us your winter.

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-There's an iPad or television

-for our winner.

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-You have until midday on 24 February

-to take part.

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-Send your photos to Prynhawn Da,

-Stryd y Parc, Llanelli, SA15 3YE...

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-..or to prynhawnda@tinopolis.com.

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-You can also enter via Facebook

-or Twitter via @PrynhawnDaS4C...

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-..or on Instagram

-via @HenoPrynhawnDa.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Please send in your photos.

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-With St Dwynwen's Day on the

-horizon, we turn to wine now.

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-Dylan is here with some advice.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, you're looking at rose wine.

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-Yes, it's a romantic colour.

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-I have a broad range of pink wines

-for St Dwynwen's Day.

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-I think it should be drunk more

-often.

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-It's white wine with more flavour.

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-It seems to be very popular.

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-It sells well in the summer.

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-What is your first offering today?

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-The first wine is sparkling.

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-It's a Spanish Cava,

-Rosado Brut, from Co-Op.

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-I'm not a big Cava fan

-but I like the pink one.

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-It can be a bit bitter.

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-This is more fruity.

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-This Cava is priced at 6.

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-That is a great price.

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-What is the second wine

-that you have for us today?

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-The next wine is French,

-a 2015 Cotes de Provence Rose.

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-This is a different colour.

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-It's a mixture of grapes.

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-It has a slight tinge of red.

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-It works instead of white win.

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-It has a good depth of flavour.

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-It's to drink with fish in the south

-of France.

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-It tastes like white wine.

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-What's your next offering

-for St Dwynwen's Day?

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-We return to Spain

-for the next wine.

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-This is a 2015 Pizarras de Otero,

-Mencia Rosado, Bierzo.

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-They produce slates in this region.

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-The grape in this wine is Mencia.

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-It is found almost exclusively

-in the Bierzo region.

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-It has a bolder flavour.

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-It's to be drunk with a meal.

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-It has an intense raspberry

-and redcurrant character.

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-It has a well-balanced acidity,

-a good grip and a crisp finish.

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-It's perfect with spicy pork

-or chicken dishes.

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-The difference is incredible.

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-The colour is very different.

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-Rose has a broad range.

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-This final wine is a bit special.

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-It is a Cabernet Sauvignon Icewine

-from Canada.

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-It's from the Pillitteri Estates.

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-This comes in a half bottle.

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-It's usually made in Germany

-and Austria.

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-They leave the grapes out

-in the winter.

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-They wait until they freeze.

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-It is very sweet.

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-Is this a dessert wine?

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-Yes, it's a dessert wine.

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-It can be expensive.

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-It has a strong aroma.

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-It's very sweet.

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-You can taste raisins.

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-There is some acidity.

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-There is also caramel.

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-It's available from LIDL for 16.

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-It might sound a lot but I

-would expect it to be over 40!

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-It's a real bargain.

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-It would be over 30

-for a whole bottle.

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-It's not to be drunk

-in large quantities.

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-After the break, we meet Nerys

-Edwards of Llangyndeyrn.

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-She'll be chatting to us about her

-most prized possessions.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Nerys Edwards of Croesasgwrn,

-Llangyndeyrn, has joined us.

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-She is here with a few

-of her prized possessions.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us a little about yourself.

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-I am married to Roy,

-a former winner of Fferm Ffactor.

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-We have four sons, Dafydd,

-Sion, Owain and Rhydian.

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-We farm 300 acres and a dairy herd

-near Llangyndeyrn.

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-Dafydd was 16 yesterday.

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-The others are 11

-and the twins eight.

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-Tell us about your first item.

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-My first item are these photos

-of the children.

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-They are my treasures.

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-I am married to Roy,

-a former winner of Fferm Ffactor.

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-He won two years ago.

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-Do you still have the prize?

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-He won the jeep.

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-We still have it.

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-I'm allowed to drive it sometimes.

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-Did you want to go into the world

-of agriculture?

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-I have always liked farming.

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-I spent my childhood on the farm

-with my parents and grandparents.

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-I graduated in Welsh

-and Welsh History...

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-..from Trinity College, Carmarthen.

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-A few years ago, I started

-a cake business, Cacennau Moethus.

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-I thought of being a teacher.

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-This is not a real cake.

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-It's an example.

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-This is an example of a cake

-I have decorated by hand.

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-I started Cacennau Moethus

-because family and friends...

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-..said I should try

-to sell my decorated cakes.

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-Facebook spiralled

-it out of control!

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-I always enjoyed cooking

-with my mother and grandmother.

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-I also studied A Level Art.

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-This allowed me

-to combine my two interests.

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-I now make cakes

-for all kinds of occasions.

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-I make cakes for birthdays,

-christenings and weddings.

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-Here are more examples.

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-They are amazing.

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-How do you design them?

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-Wedding cakes are discussed

-with bride and groom.

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-We try to match it to the occasion.

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-I design some ideas

-and then we decide.

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-Your sons had great birthday cakes!

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-Dafydd had a drip-drizzle cake

-this year.

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-I love the company.

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-I make a lot of wedding cakes.

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-I take them in layers and

-assemble there.

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-Do the boys enjoy cooking?

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-My sons have competed

-in the CogUrdd.

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-You are a busy woman.

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-I also work for the Farmers' Union

-of Wales at its Carmarthen branch.

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-I enjoy working in a team that

-assists and works for farmers.

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-This week, we have been making

-breakfasts across Wales.

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-The idea is to promote Welsh produce

-and bring people together.

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-Every county make these breakfasts.

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-There's one in the Pumpkin Patch

-on Friday.

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-How does this work?

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-One in Pontiets on Thursday.

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-We have a lot of local produce.

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-Albert Rees is one sponsor.

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-Also, the Carmarthen Cheese Company.

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-Lisa Fearn will be at Pumpkin Patch.

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-Can anyone turn up?

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-Yes, we are raising money too.

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-It's across Wales.

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-Contact the FUW for details.

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-Bring in a real cake next time.

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-Thank you for bringing

-in those possessions.

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-Tomorrow, on St Dwynwen's Day,

-Alison will have some food ideas...

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-..and we'll open up the covers

-of our Book Club.

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-Following the news

-and weather on S4C...

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-..we'll be on the road

-with the lorries of Mansel Davies.

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-Heno is on tonight at 7.00pm.

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-Until then, goodnight.

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Fe fyddwn ni'n agor drysau'r syrjeri ac yn trafod pynciau meddygol y dydd. Dr Ann is in the surgery and Dylan Rowlands offers tips on wines to accompany your St Dwynwen's Day meal!