Pennod 198 Prynhawn Da


Pennod 198

Bydd Karl Davies yn taro golwg ar bapurau'r Sul, a byddwn yn nodi tri chanmlwyddiant geni William Williams Pantycelyn. Karl Davies will be looking through the weekend's newspapers.


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-Hello and how are you?

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-We hope you had a great weekend.

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-Our Welsh lads, ladies and Under 20s

-teams scored superbly against Italy.

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-Let's hope they win again

-this weekend.

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-Here's a taster of today's line up.

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-Sian Roberts is in the kitchen.

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-She makes a Glamorgan sausage and

-a celeriac, carrot and apple salad.

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-Our panel tests some hand creams

-to repair the skin in cold weather.

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-We'll mark the 300th birthday of the

-hymnist William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Lyndon Lloyd promotes Age Cymru's

-campaign, Steady On... Stay Safe.

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-This is what's in store for you

-today.

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-Join Rhodri and myself

-for all this on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with a look back at some

-stories in the weekend newspapers.

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-Karl Davies has joined us.

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-Our first headline

-is about Mr David Beckham.

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-There's only news about celebrities

-in the papers.

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-Hackers have tried to

-blackmail David Beckham.

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-Beckham is having a nightmare.

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-David Beckham has refused to

-pay 1 million to blackmailers.

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-The leaked emails suggested

-the former football star...

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-..attempted to use his charity work

-to gain him a knighthood.

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-It's an amazing story.

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-Some 40,000 emails have been leaked.

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-They were between Beckham

-and his publicist.

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-This hasn't helped

-the Beckham brand.

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-The Sunday Express

-reported on this yesterday.

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-We wonder what affect this would

-have on the Beckham brand.

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-You would think that these emails

-would be private.

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-Nobody expected that he would use

-unsavoury language.

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-Is it legal for these emails

-have been printed?

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-has reported on this story.

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-It's mentioned that David Beckham

-has been to The Times...

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-..about this story.

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-The Times won the right

-to print the story.

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-Piers Morgan said RIP Brand Beckham.

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-But someone has mentioned about his

-comebacks in the past.

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-Rugby referee, Nigel Owens has also

-appeared on Desert Island Discs...

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-..on BBC Radio Four with

-broadcaster, Kirsty Young.

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-Nigel opened up about his struggle

-to come to terms with his sexuality.

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-The referee spoke about asking his

-doctor to be chemically castrated.

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-I'm also a gay man.

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-Nigel Owens is someone

-we look up to.

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-He is someone to be admired.

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-I wish I had someone like him around

-when I was growing up.

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-Our next headline

-refers to legendary, Bob Marley.

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-Lost Bob Marley recordings have

-been discovered after 40 years.

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-The discovery was made in

-a damp London hotel cellar.

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-The lost reels were thought to be

-beyond repair due to water damage.

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-They feature concert recordings in

-London and Paris from 1974 to 1978.

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-The tapes have been restored

-by the latest audio techniques.

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-The sound on these tapes

-are perfect now.

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-Bob Marley died in 1981

-and would have been 72 today.

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-Robots are the subject

-of our next headline.

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-Robots are now coming for

-the jobs of the middle class.

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-Robots have taken over

-at our supermarket tills and banks.

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-A study warms that 35% of jobs

-in the UK were now at risk.

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-Some 50 million jobs

-could be taken by robots.

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-Jobs by the middle class

-will be taken.

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-Insurance underwriters

-are among those.

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-Yesterday's Wales On Sunday

-paid tribute to Sali Mali.

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-Mary Vaughan Jones was the creator

-of Sali Mali and Tomos Caradog.

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-Mary Vaughan Jones

-would have turned 99 this year.

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-The characters have been enjoyed by

-children in books and on television.

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-Her works have been translated

-into many languages.

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-Let's hand over to Sian Roberts who

-is busy making a Glamorgan sausage.

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-This is a simple recipe.

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-I've got some breadcrumbs,

-cheese, carrots and parsley.

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-I'll place two tablespoons

-of breadcrumbs to one side.

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-Next, add some leeks.

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-I also have some carrots.

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-This recipe has evolved

-over the years.

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-Add some cheese and parsley.

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-I've got some Cadog Cheese.

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-I've also tried it

-with some halloumi.

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-It would also be lovely

-with Caerphilly cheese.

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-I make enough for a family.

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-Bind it together with an egg.

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-Crack an egg and scoop in

-some Calon Lan mustard.

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-Mix the mustard with the eggs.

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-Add a drop of milk.

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-It's got a rich colour.

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-I've never made these sausages.

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-I pick them up at the deli.

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-Add one tablespoon of the mixture

-to the bowl.

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-The recipe is traditional.

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-Glamorgan cheese was used

-in the traditional recipe.

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-The cheese no longer exists.

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-Many people use

-Caerphilly cheese now.

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-Bring it together with your hands.

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-I also hold workshops for people

-who come to Wales from China.

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-They are culinary workshops.

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-I make this recipe with them.

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-Their faces are a picture

-when they smell the mustard.

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-They love this recipe.

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-Shape the mixture

-into a sausage shape.

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-Some people will serve it

-with some meat.

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-You don't need to use meat.

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-I tend to use more vegetables

-than cheese.

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-You can use any leftovers.

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-The parsley and carrots

-also add a great colour.

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-Dip the sausages into the egg

-and the breadcrumbs.

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-Cover the sausages.

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-Chill in the fridge for 30 minutes.

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-Roll the sausages

-in the egg mixture.

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-Fry them after chilling them.

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-After the break...

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-..our testing panel

-sample the best hand creams.

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-Our new series also remembers

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We don't need to remind you how cold

-it is with the wind, rain and frost!

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-Wintry weather can play havoc with

-your skin and can also be painful.

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-Our hand cream testers are Mark

-Jones, Bethan Evans and Rita Jones.

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-Welcome to you all.

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-The three creams that we're testing

-are Atrixo, Flexitol and Garnier.

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-Do you use hand cream, Mark?

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-I don't usually use hand creams.

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-It's advertised more now.

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-It's acceptable for men

-to use hand creams now.

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-More men use it nowadays.

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-I use hand creams and have some

-on my work desk.

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-I use them more in winter.

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-I use hand creams after washing

-my hands in the kitchen.

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-Mark tested the Atrixo.

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-Atrixo is a brand

-that goes back many decades.

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-Out of the three here,

-I would say this suits men.

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-It sinks in the skin easily

-but it was a little greasy.

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-My skin tends to be harder.

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-The cream sunk into the skin well.

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-How much would you give it

-out of 10?

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-I'd give it 8 out of ten.

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-I like Atrixo but found it greasy.

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-I'd give it a 7.

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-What about you, Rita?

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-I didn't like Atrixo.

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-It was too greasy.

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-I wouldn't be able to put my rings

-on my fingers after applying it.

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-I give it a 7 out of 10.

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-Atrixo is priced 3.74.

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-Bethan tested the Flexitol.

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-I like Flexitol.

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-It's a balm and a lot thicker than

-what I usually use.

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-It's great for eczema sufferers.

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-It also lasts long.

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-I'd give it 9 out of 10.

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-I also liked it.

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-I've used it on my feet.

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-I'd also give it a nine.

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-I agree with Beth.

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-The effects were instant.

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-A strong eight for it.

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-Flexitol costs 5.29.

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-Rita tested the Garnier hand cream.

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-I loved this Garnier hand cream.

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-It was soft to apply.

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-The fragrance is lovely.

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-I applied it before coming here.

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-I'd give it a ten out of ten.

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-I felt it absorbed better

-than the Atrixo.

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-I'd give it an 8 out of 10.

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-It was slightly too feminine for me.

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-I'd give it a six.

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-You all prefer the Flexitol.

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-This week, we remember

-William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-It's 300 years since the birth

-of the Sweet Singer of Wales.

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-Rhodri Davies traces his early life

-on Pantycelyn Farm near Llandovery.

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-If you're not musical,

-poetic or religious...

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-..or didn't attend

-Aberystwyth University...

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-..there's a chance you know nothing

-about William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-But if you've watched the Welsh

-rugby team playing in Cardiff...

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-..it's highly likely

-that you know about his work.

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-Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah.

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-Who hasn't heard or even sung the

-immortal lines of Bread of Heaven...

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-..Feed Me Now And Ever More

-in the terraces of a rugby field?

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-There's a strong link between us now

-and William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-# Feed me till I want no more #

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-But why is he

-William Williams Pantycelyn?

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-It's simple because his home

-was the farm of Pantycelyn.

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-It remains the home

-of his descendants to this day.

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-I'm related to William Williams.

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-I'm the sixth generation

-of the Williams family...

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-..from one of William's daughters,

-Sarah, as his sons were childless.

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-It's great to be from his family

-as it makes it more real.

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-People wrote hymns both before

-and after Williams Pantycelyn...

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-..but he's the godfather

-of the Welsh congregational hymn.

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-With Williams Pantycelyn,

-you get something very special.

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-Yes, there's theology and excerpts

-from the Bible in his verses...

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-..but you also get his experiences

-from the heart.

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-Williams spoke from the heart and

-the hearts of many others like him.

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-As a boy, he experienced

-a religious conversion...

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-..after hearing the passionate

-sermons of Howell Harris...

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-..one of the leaders of the

-Methodist Revival in Wales.

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-Williams was determined to spread

-the ideology of this revival.

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-He travelled hundreds of miles

-every year on a pony to preach...

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-..but he also sold pamphlets

-of his hymns.

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-The first was published in 1744.

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-# Thy grace, thy gifts,

-and thy dear love

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-# Fill all the earth

-and heaven above #

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-He sold pamphlets and tea in order

-to provide for his family.

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-His father imported the produce

-from India.

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-William's personal teapot

-is at Pantycelyn Farms.

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-You'll find one of his hymns

-in every collection.

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-He bridges the boundaries

-of every denomination....

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-..and sung by Non-conformists...

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-..the Church in Wales,

-the Unitarians and Catholics.

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-He spans all the denominations

-and remains popular.

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-Since his death in 1791...

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-..Llanfair-ar-y-Bryn Church, where

-he was christened and buried...

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-..and Pantycelyn Farm

-are sites of pilgrimage for many.

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-The biggest trip was a pilgrimage

-by the Methodists...

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-..organized by Gomer Roberts.

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-At first, he said to expect four

-buses but that grew to seven...

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-..and on the day, we had 82 buses.

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-The buses

-struggled to get out of here.

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-People from other countries

-know about William Williams.

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-Religion is still popular

-and they sing his hymns.

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-This man has contributed

-to Wales as a nation...

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-..to our language, our culture

-and history.

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-It's important that we remember him.

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-We'll hear more about William

-Williams Pantycelyn tomorrow.

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-After the break...

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-..we chat to Lyndon Lloyd

-from the Age Cymru charity.

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-I'd like to thank Ammanford's Cylch

-Cinio Gymraeg Welsh dinner circle...

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-..for their invitation last week.

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-They certainly know how

-to enjoy themselves in Ammanford!

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Mari has joined us on the sofa.

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

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-All the Wales rugby teams took

-fantastic victories in Italy.

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-Tonight, we're joined by a winger

-and member of the back row.

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-We're joined by Caryl James

-and Sioned Harries...

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-..from the Welsh women's team.

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-Lara Catrin chats about

-the new series of Pwy Geith y Gig.

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-Mabli Jones from Stonewall Cymru

-joins us in the studio.

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-Yvonne is at an evening

-to remember Kay Davies.

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-Don't forget to enter

-our winter photography competition.

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-We've already received

-some lovely photographs.

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-This is how you can win

-a television or an iPad.

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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,

-Park Street, 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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-Get snapping those wintry images!

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-Lyndon Lloyd from Age Cymru

-joins us on the sofa.

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-Lyndon promotes the charity's new

-campaign, Steady On... Stay Safe.

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-It focuses on

-the dangers of falling.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-The campaign was launched today...

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-..by the National Assembly.

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-It's all about falling.

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-Every year in Wales between

-230,000 and 460,000 older people...

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-..suffer from a fall.

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-Falls cost the NHS

-2.3 billion per year.

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-Falling can change your life.

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-It's important to look

-at the types of falls...

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-..so that people can avoid falling.

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-What advice do you have?

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-If you're concerned about falling...

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-..there are three simple ways

-in which you can reduce the risk.

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-You can see that my lace is undone.

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-It's a huge cause of a fall.

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-The elderly also wear slippers...

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-..that can cause falls.

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-Most falls happen in the house.

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-Most of the falls are also

-caused by mats in the home.

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-They can be very dangerous.

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-People who use sticks

-are also at risk.

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-The elderly watch Prynhawn Da.

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-A lot of them will enjoy a nap

-in the afternoon.

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-The phone could ring.

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-It could be Rhodri

-from Prynhawn Da...

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-..telling them that

-they've won an iPad!

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-They will get up quickly...

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-..and fall over because

-they have got up too quickly.

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-It's very important

-to get your eyes tested.

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-Some people will not notice steps.

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-A lot of people

-take their clothes out...

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-..to put them on the washing line.

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-They put down a walking stick...

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-..and slip when outdoors.

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-It's important to follow advice.

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-People should listen.

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-The message is to listen.

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-I can smell some sweet aromas

-from your kitchen.

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-A lot of the elderly

-can fall over in the kitchen...

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-..and get a serious burn.

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-There's also a questionnaire.

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-We want people to fill out

-these questionnaires.

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-There's also a leaflet

-to be had from your surgery.

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-I'm sure a lot of people will be

-in the hospital in Llanelli.

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-Many get on a stool to do

-some dusting...

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-..and fall over!

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-They should be more careful.

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-People can visit pharmacies

-across Wales...

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-..for various advice.

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-Some medicines affect your balance.

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-It's important to know about these.

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-Everyone should listen.

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-There's help out there for you all.

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-Steady On... Stay Safe!

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-After the break,

-we return to Sian in the kitchen.

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-A celeriac, carrot and apple salad

-is on the menu.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're back in the kitchen with Sian.

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-She's preparing

-a light bite for us now.

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-Earlier, you made

-some Glamorgan sausages.

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-You're frying them now.

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-These have been chilled

-for 30 minutes.

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-They are fried in butter

-at a high heat.

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-They are cooked for three to

-four minutes to brown them...

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-..and a further four minutes...

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-..to allow the cheese to melt.

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-I'm making a celeriac salad.

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-This belongs to the celery family.

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-It browns very easily...

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-..so if you're serving it raw...

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-..then you should coat it

-with some lemon juice.

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-This grated and added

-to the coleslaw.

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-Add a touch of lemon juice.

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-The celeriac is used

-in place of the cabbage.

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-There's also some carrot

-and parsley.

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-The lemon juice stops the

-vegetables from turning brown.

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-These sausages are cooked

-in olive oil...

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-..and a touch of Welsh butter.

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-Add some mayonnaise

-to the coleslaw...

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-..and a touch of natural yoghurt.

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-I also like to add a dressing...

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-..with some wholegrain mustard...

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-..and some vinegar and olive oil.

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-This is ready to serve.

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-Coleslaw can be kept overnight...

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-..to allow the flavours to mature.

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-The sausages have browned...

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-..so turn down the heat.

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-Let's plate this up.

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-I feel like I'm on Masterchef!

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-I hope this is going

-to look pretty for you.

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-The sausages are ready to serve.

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-Can you use cabbage

-instead of the celeriac?

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-Yes, you can.

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-I don't like cabbage...

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-..so I prefer the celeriac.

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-The apple is a nice touch.

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-I wanted more than one sausage!

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-She's only just had lunch.

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-I can't wait to try it.

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-The salad has a fresh flavour.

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-It's delicious.

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-I love the apple.

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-It's a simple recipe.

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-You can use frozen breadcrumbs.

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-I love this.

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-The sausages are great.

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-You can come over and make them

-for me later.

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-The crew wants to eat it all up.

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-Tomorrow, Dr Lyn Davies

-marks 300 years since the birth...

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-..of William Williams Pantycelyn.

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-Rosalind Garrat-Moore discusses

-some of her treasured possessions.

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-Carys has some home style tips.

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-There's also legal advice

-from Angela Killa.

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-The S4C news and weather is followed

-by another chance to see Ward Plant.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Bydd Karl Davies yn taro golwg ar bapurau'r Sul, a byddwn yn nodi tri chanmlwyddiant geni William Williams Pantycelyn. Karl Davies will be looking through the weekend's newspapers.