Bydd y nofelwraig i blant, Eurgain Haf, yn cadw cwmni i Mari a Rhodri yn y Clwb Llyfrau. Children's writer Eurgain Haf joins the Book Club and Huw Ffash gives another viewer a m...
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-Hello and welcome to your
-midweek edition of Prynhawn Da.
-We've got another busy programme
-for you today.
-Matt Guy starts a new series
-on making meals in 50 seconds.
-Today, he has a salmon dish for us.
-Wyn Williams or Dai Lingual as
-he's known to his fans on Twitter...
-..chats about the opportunities for
-people in the technological world.
-Eurgain Haf chats about a new book
-of short stories called O, Mam Bach!
-Ieuan answers more
-of your gardening dilemmas.
-Alison Huw focuses on the
-importance of water in our diets.
-We'll chat, cook, enjoy water
-and fresh air in the garden today.
-You can enjoy all this and more
-on Wednesday's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-with our makeover...
-..and we're joined by a young mother
-called Carys Vaughan.
-Welcome to the programme, Carys.
-Tell us more about yourself, Carys.
-I'm from Eglwyswrw originally.
-I live in Llandeilo at the moment.
-I was raised on a farm.
-I work as a town and country planner
-with Pembrokeshire National Park.
-I would like a makeover because
-I'm getting married in October.
-I will be attending two weddings
-before my own wedding in October.
-I want to look fresh from them.
-I'm getting married on 7 October.
-I've got the dress already.
-I want a new look for the weddings
-leading up to my wedding.
-You do a lot with the YFC.
-I'm a member of the Eglwyswrw YFC.
-I'm a former chair
-of the YFC Club in Eglwyswrw.
-The club is celebrating 60 years.
-Glyndwr Fon was the first chair
-of the club.
-He started it all off.
-Many events were held
-for the celebrations.
-Former members joined us for chats
-and there were many dinners.
-We even had a barn dance!
-I was expecting my son, Hari
-at the time.
-I worked behind the bar there.
-At the farm in Maesyderi,
-we keep turkeys on the farm.
-We farm them for Christmas.
-You can see Daf Wyn paid us
-a visit on the farm.
-Do you feel that your style has
-changed since becoming a mother?
-My style has changed
-since becoming a mother.
-It's a lot more practical.
-I tend to wear boots and jeans.
-I do like to dress up for weddings
-and wear a fascinator.
-I don't wear a lot of make-up.
-I'm open to any ideas from Huw and
-It can be difficult
-to choose your meals every night...
-..as you race home from work, make
-supper and put children to bed.
-The chef, Matthew Guy has a series
-of quick, easy and tasty dishes.
-This is Food In Fifty Seconds!
-On the menu today,
-we've got a warm salmon salad.
-We start with the dressing.
-Take a tablespoon of mustard
-and some honey.
-Get some oil and sesame seeds.
-Add a sprinkle of sugar
-and a drizzle of oil.
-Stir it all together.
-And there we go, all done.
-Pour the dressing over
-the potatoes and beans.
-They're cooked and still warm.
-Mix it quickly.
-Add some raw red onions
-and give it another stir.
-Start to plate it up
-with some cooked salmon.
-Place the potatoes
-and beans in the centre.
-Top with a fillet of salmon
-and serve with a side of tomatoes.
-This warm salmon salad
-was prepared in 50 seconds.
-Thanks to Matt for showing us how
-to make that delicious looking dish.
-You can see his recipes on Facebook.
-After the break, Wyn Williams
-chats about a new project...
-..about the possibilities you get
-from using Welsh in the workplace.
-Our next guest is Wyn Williams
-or Dai Lingual to his Twitter fans.
-Wyn has joined us to chat about
-a new project...
-..that's touring schools in Wales
-Welcome to the programme, Wyn.
-Tell us more about this project.
-is the theme of a new project.
-The aim is to give new opportunities
-for using the Welsh language.
-We want to promote it in a new way.
-I've worked in English
-and want to show that it's great...
-..to work in Welsh.
-We want to go into schools.
-Let's hear what some pupils have
-to say about studying in Wales.
-I hope to go to Cardiff
-to study Welsh and Journalism...
-has a strong Welsh department.
-I hope to study Politics.
-It would be convenient to study
-it in Welsh...
-..but I don't think Wales has the
-same quality of courses...
-..as you would find in England
-I hope to go to Cardiff University
-to study Politics...
-..because the department
-I'd like to study in Welsh
-but it isn't available.
-I'd like to stay in Wales...
-..because I've had a Welsh medium
-education since I started school.
-I should have the same skills
-and be just as successful...
-..whether I was studying
-in Cardiff or London.
-What is the general response?
-We want more schools
-as part of the project.
-We want to provide opportunities.
-We want to assist PTAs at schools.
-There have been complaints
-about leisure centres...
-..that aren't bilingual.
-We want people to see
-the worth in the Welsh language.
-Hopefully, they will choose
-to use it in the long run.
-Many young people don't know
-how to use Welsh in the long run.
-We want people to reconsider
-learning in the Welsh language.
-It's important that we promote
-courses at universities...
-..that are in Welsh language.
-I work across the country.
-My wife is Irish and I speak English
-Welsh is my main language
-of the workplace.
-It's important to ask questions
-in Welsh and use the language.
-Let's hear how children
-use social media in their lives.
-I communicate in Welsh on Facebook
-as I've changed the settings.
-I've got a lot of family on
-Facebook who also speak Welsh.
-My Facebook setting is Welsh
-but I don't post messages in Welsh.
-My Facebook page is in English
-as Welsh doesn't make a difference.
-I may write the odd status in Welsh,
-but I don't post a lot of them.
-Recently, there's more Welsh
-language pages like Sianel Pump.
-There's more Welsh language content
-on social media.
-I don't have a lot of Welsh
-in my history.
-People who post things in Welsh
-try to appeal to a wider audience.
-In order to achieve this,
-you have to do it in English.
-There isn't a lot of Welsh
-as most of it is in English.
-There should be more
-advertisements in Welsh.
-We want to make more people aware
-of what the language has to offer.
-Thanks to the children of Bryntawe.
-A lot of people don't use a lot of
-the Welsh language online.
-Sianel Pump is a great channel
-on social media.
-Young people use both languages
-If you use Welsh online...
-..you are likely
-to speak it outside.
-We want to create communities.
-There are so many positives
-for young people for using Welsh.
-I'm touring the country with this
-new project over the coming weeks.
-Visit the website for more details
-of the tour.
-You can also follow #UnWladDwyIaith
-We want to work at creating
-a local newspaper.
-The children in Llangennech...
-..have been given a
-chance with the language.
-Thank you, Wyn.
-is enjoying a makeover today.
-The team's been busy for 15 minutes
-so let's have an update from Huw.
-Everything is going great
-and Carys is having fun.
-Carys wants to wear a fascinator
-to one of her weddings.
-How does it stay in the hair?
-A fascinator with a banding is great
-but there are also ones with clips.
-You need to backcomb your hair
-if you wear a clipped fascinator.
-The first step
-is to section the hair.
-Nobody can see the clip then.
-It'll be concealed and the
-comb or clip will be fastened.
-It's like wearing a wedding veil.
-Position the fascinator
-at the centre of the head.
-Ensure the band isn't exposed.
-Do you conceal the band?
-Some people conceal it with hair,
-but others don't bother.
-But with bob hairstyles,
-it looks nicer when concealed.
-We'll leave it on your head
-whilst Patricia offers her advice.
-Do women wear different make-up to
-a wedding compared to a night out?
-It's possible that they do this.
-But it depends on the look they
-want to achieve and their attire.
-Bridal party members should
-wear long-lasting make-up...
-..that looks great in photographs.
-I've got a few ideas here for Carys.
-Carys doesn't wear a lot of make-up.
-She's busy with the turkeys!
-Carys has a natural look and doesn't
-wear any foundation or moisturizer.
-Use products like this for going
-to a wedding or your own wedding.
-You can buy them at various places
-and vary in price from 5 to 20.
-These products set the make-up.
-Apply your make-up, spray it
-and it will to last for 24 hours.
-It's like super glue
-for a make-up artist.
-You can also opt for a foundation
-that lasts for 24 hours.
-Will you be wearing make-up
-on your wedding day?
-Yes, I will.
-Will you get some advice beforehand,
-or have an artist come to the house?
-I'll appoint a make-up artist on
-the day so it makes life easier.
-Do you assist with the fitting of
-the veil on someone's wedding day?
-I always make sure that the hair
-and veil are perfect on the head.
-I can't promise that Carys will be
-wearing this fascinator later...
-..but will ready for her weddings
-when she returns to the studio.
-We look forward to revealing
-the results later in the programme.
-After the break, Eurgain Haf chats
-about a new book of short stories.
-Ieuan is in the garden and helps
-with your horticultural hang-ups!
-It's time to open the covers
-of our Book Club...
-..to discuss a book of short stories
-called O, Mam Bach!
-Eurgain Haf is one of the authors
-of those stories...
-..and she joins us
-with her daughter, Lois Rhodd.
-The book pays tribute to a special
-person in our lives - our mother.
-It's great timing as Mother's Day
-is on the horizon...
-..so this would be a perfect gift
-for every mother.
-Gwasg y Bwthyn has published it
-in time and hope it sells well.
-I've scanned through the stories.
-Some are by prolific authors whilst
-others are making their debut.
-Yes, there are 13 authors.
-They include Angharad Tomos, Haf
-Llewelyn and Manon Steffan Ros...
-..as well as authors who have put
-pen to paper for the first time...
-..such as Catrin Lliar Jones.
-Sian James is a famous singer and
-has published an autobiography...
-..but has also written
-for this book.
-is linked with the mother.
-Yes, the mother is the most
-important person in our lives.
-Every author had free rein in terms
-of writing about the mother.
-This book is full of short stories
-on an array of topics.
-Every author chose
-a different route to follow.
-Some talk about being a mother and
-what it was like to give birth...
-..and when the final child
-flies the nest!
-Others mentioned their own mothers.
-There's a real mixture of both happy
-and sad stories.
-Catrin Lliar's tale of breastfeeding
-at the Eisteddfod was hilarious!
-There are also stories
-that pull at the heart strings.
-Marred Glynn chats about
-the last time she saw her mother...
-..and there's a story
-about losing a child.
-These are short stories that take
-five to ten minutes to read.
-Your story is the last in the book
-and I cried when I read it.
-I had to think long and hard about
-sharing such a personal story...
-..which is the journey I took
-to becoming a mother.
-It took 15 years and I did question
-whether it would happen or not.
-I'd taken it for granted
-that I would be a mother...
-..but when I reached 40, I did
-wonder whether it would be possible.
-I talk about the physical
-and emotional journey of having IVF.
-It's a sensitive issue for you,
-your partner and many people.
-Was it difficult
-to put this story on paper?
-It was very difficult.
-I told the editor that writing the
-story would either be impossible...
-..or it would all come out in one go
-and that's how it happened.
-It was quite cathartic to put
-pen to paper and write about this.
-I hope that sharing my story brings
-hope to people in that situation.
-Becoming a mother doesn't mean
-giving birth physically.
-You have this longing to care
-and give someone unconditional love.
-I first became a mother
-when we adopted a child...
-..and this released
-the mother within.
-It brought so much happiness
-that another miracle happened...
-..and Lois joined Cian in our lives.
-You fell pregnant naturally.
-You fell pregnant naturally.
-Yes, and this was after 15 years.
-Lois became Cian's little sister.
-She has a wonderful
-and significant name too.
-It's an amazing story
-and you've had quite a journey.
-Yes, and I thought this book was
-the ideal place to share my story.
-Every mother has a story
-of how they became mothers.
-You get these unique experiences
-from the authors in this book.
-Mothers are busy so can read a story
-when they have a spare five minutes.
-We all know that mothers
-are very busy...
-..so they can read one story whilst
-a young child is having a nap.
-If you're the taxi driver and
-sitting outside piano lessons...
-..you could pick up the book
-and read a story.
-You can think about it
-before moving to the next story.
-We're delighted that your story
-had a happy ending.
-The books is published
-by Gwasg y Bwthyn and priced at 8.
-It's the start of your journey
-so good luck to you.
-Next, we venture outdoors as Ieuan
-answers your gardening questions.
-Celeriac is an edible vegetable and
-isn't as popular as it should be...
-..partly because of its dishevelled
-appearance and is expensive to buy.
-It tastes similar to celery, is
-easier to grow, and more versatile.
-You can roast, boil, mash,
-or serve it with potatoes.
-It's also the perfect addition
-to Welsh cawl.
-The plants require
-a long growth period.
-For substantial roots, you need to
-sow inside in March in the warmth.
-Plant them outside in May or June.
-Sow them in some seed compost with
-three to four seeds in each cell.
-Remove when they've sprouted and
-leave the strongest to flourish.
-Cover them with a clear lid
-and allow to grow in 15-20C.
-Our first gardening question of
-the year has reached us via email.
-"Last year, we had a generous crop
-of Kestrel potatoes in the garden."
-"A perfect potato on the outside but
-it's a different story when peeled."
-"Around 75% of the potatoes
-are like this."
-"What's causing the problem
-as it's such a waste?"
-I've experienced potatoes like this
-over the years.
-The term for it is
-There's more than one cause
-to this problem.
-Fungus may have infected the plant
-and caused the stalk to rot...
-..and reduce the crop size.
-It's unlikely in this case
-as you've grown a generous crop.
-Another possibility is a virus
-such as potato leafroll virus.
-And as the name suggests,
-it causes the leaves to roll up.
-I've spotted this on stalks
-over the years.
-But you didn't foresee it happening.
-The solution is to spray them
-It kills potato aphid insects
-that carry and spread the virus.
-There's another possibility however
-it has nothing to do with diseases.
-The soil could lack moisture
-in the final weeks of growth...
-..when the potato swells the most.
-This is when
-they're more sensitive to drought.
-The vascular system fails,
-deteriorates and forms dark stains.
-The condition is made worse
-if the temperature is high.
-The answer is simple - water well
-two to three weeks before harvest.
-And there we go, I hope you'll have
-better fun growing spuds this year.
-Thanks to Ieuan
-for his useful advice.
-Llinos Lee from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Join me for another jam-packed
-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.
-Daf Wyn ventures to the two Michelin
-Star Gidleigh Park...
-..to chat with the Welsh chef,
-Steffan Davies won the Junior Chef
-of Wales 2017 competition.
-Steffan has cooked for us
-on Prynhawn Da.
-My studio guest is Zack Davies,
-a boxer from Carmarthenshire.
-He stars in a new S4C series.
-Gerallt views the latest exhibition
-by the artist, Paul Eastwood.
-You could surprise your mother
-by winning our competition...
-..and the prize is a wonderful
-hamper of beautiful products.
-After the break, Alison Huw chats
-about the importance of water.
-Let's hope Carys Vaughan looks
-better than me after her makeover!
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Welcome back to the final part
-of today's Prynhawn Da.
-Alison Huw has joined us today...
-..to chat about the importance of
-water and how to get it in our diet.
-Welcome to the programme, Alison.
-How important is it to drink water?
-Life as we know it depends on water.
-Our bodies are made up of 70% water.
-Water helps our brains
-to work effectively.
-Water can affect everything
-from our energy levels...
-..to our ability to concentrate.
-On average, women should drink
-about two litres of water a day...
-..and men need about
-2.5 litres of water a day...
-..which is about ten glasses
-of water a day.
-If you're feeling thirsty...
-..then this is the body's way
-to tell you to drink water.
-Some people will feel hungry.
-Drinking a glass of water
-before each meal...
-..is a good way to ensure
-that we're not eating too much.
-You should start each day with a
-glass of water.
-If you can't face
-a cold glass of water...
-..you could have warm water
-with a slice of lemon or ginger.
-There are plenty of other options
-..if you don't like the taste
-of plain water.
-You can buy bottles with a section
-that holds fruit or vegetables...
-..that will add flavour
-to the water.
-Adding fruit will add flavour to the
-water without adding extra sugar.
-Drinking just water
-..because all liquids count,
-even tea and coffee.
-Drinks such as tea and coffee
-do contain caffeine...
-..and some fruit juices
-are high in sugar...
-..which means that the body
-will lose excess water...
-..so it's important
-to drink water too.
-There's an array of apps that can
-help with your water intake...
-..and these are especially good
-if you do a lot of exercise.
-Drink regularly all through the day.
-You can enjoy fruit or vegetables
-that have a high water content.
-You don't need to drink
-the two litres of water in one go.
-Eat snacks that are high
-in water content...
-..such as cucumber, celery, grapes
-A bowl of thin soup
-will have a high water content.
-Make your own stock
-from a carcass or bones...
-..as it's healthier and will contain
-You've got a cocktail for us.
-It's made from watermelon.
-Let's try it.
-Milk also has
-a high content of water.
-It's important to drink water...
-..when you're working in a
-What milk should we drink?
-Opt for semi-skimmed
-or skimmed milk...
-..if you drink the white stuff
-Milk also gives you some calcium.
-This cocktail is delicious.
-It's so easy if you have
-The makeover team has been working
-non-stop to pamper Carys Vaughan.
-Before we reveal her new look...
-..Huw can remind us
-of how she looked earlier.
-Carys arrived and wasn't in
-a suitable outfit for a wedding...
-..so she really needed a makeover!
-She was wearing a smock with
-a pinafore design and a t-shirt.
-Her tan shoes
-were very practical...
-..and didn't really match
-Today, we want a tone-on-tone style
-that matches perfectly.
-Let's take a look at Carys now.
-You look incredible.
-How do you feel, Carys?
-I feel fantastic.
-I'd never normally wear something
-Tell us about the clothes, Huw.
-This is a vintage look.
-If you have a wedding...
-..people keep thinking
-that it's going to be expensive.
-The hat is from Accessorize.
-The dress is from Marks and Spencer.
-It's a great dress.
-All ages can wear something
-from Marks and Spencer.
-I think the dress was about 35.
-It comes with the belt.
-You could opt for a black hat
-..but we opted for the cream.
-You should also choose a shoe that
-looks as if it's from the 1950s.
-What did you do with the hair, Ruth?
-I've trimmed the hair.
-It's quite short
-so I thought we'd tie it up.
-It's a simple up-do.
-Ruth made that sound simple.
-Patricia can tell us more
-about the make-up.
-We've opted for an Audrey Hepburn
-look with the hair and make-up.
-There's a black line
-around the eyes.
-We had to choose the red lips too.
-You like a large fascinator.
-Yes, I do.
-I hope I can recreate it.
-Good luck with the weddings
-and your own wedding too.
-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow
-at the usual time of 2.00pm.
-What have you got for us tomorrow?
-Tomorrow, I'll have monochrome
-and a splash of colour.
-Join Aled Sam
-after the news and weather on S4C...
-..as he looks at the Snowdonia House
-in Cartrefi Cefn Gwlad Cymru.
-Until tomorrow, it's a very
-good afternoon to you all.
Bydd y nofelwraig i blant, Eurgain Haf, yn cadw cwmni i Mari a Rhodri yn y Clwb Llyfrau. Children's writer Eurgain Haf joins the Book Club and Huw Ffash gives another viewer a makeover.