Thu, 15 Feb 2018 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 15 Feb 2018

Tips ffasiwn gan Huw Fash a digon o gyngor meddygol gan Dr Ann. Huw Fash offers fashion tips and Dr Ann passes on more useful medical advice.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Valentine's Day.

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-Yvonne is decked out in hearts

-and feeling the romance.

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-Every day is romantic for me!

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-We're lucky in Wales

-to celebrate love twice.

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-Don't worry if there isn't anyone

-special in your life.

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-Join us because

-we've got a lot for you today.

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-We learn about the Inspire Awards

-and tell you how to nominate people.

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-..that celebrate the successes of

-those despite their circumstances.

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-Elen Van Bodegom injects

-some romance into our homes.

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-Bethan Mair looks at love stories

-and romance novels in our Book Club.

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-I've had the pleasure of meeting

-Albie and Betty Thomas...

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-..as they celebrate

-their platinum wedding anniversary.

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-The Big Mac is 50 so Alison Huw

-has ideas for some healthy burgers.

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-Wherever you're watching, we hope to

-bring you some romance and love.

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-It's a heart-felt welcome

-to Prynhawn Da.

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-The headlines have been rife...

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-..with reports of the return of

-diseases from the Victorian era...

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-..with many cases of scarlet fever

-amongst children.

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-Dr Ann joins us in the studio

-to discuss this further.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What sort of diseases and conditions

-are we talking about?

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-It's very interesting.

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-Specialists in children

-are looking at illnesses...

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-..for those children

-who live in poverty.

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-These diseases are massive in terms

-of those living in poverty.

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-It suggests a lack of vitamins.

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-They are lacking in vitamins

-and nutrients...

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-..that you need to be healthy.

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-They are primarily looking

-at a deficiency in vitamin D.

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-Rickets is old-fashioned disease.

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-Rickets is skeletal disorder...

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-..that is caused by a lack of

-vitamin D, calcium or phosphate.

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-Those with a deficiency

-in vitamin D...

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-..means that you cannot

-absorb calcium.

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-I remember that there was a woman

-who would treat rickets.

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-They would cut the lobe

-of the ear...

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-..and let it bleed...

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-..and this was meant to cure

-the rickets.

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-Every child from one to five...

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-..will be given some vitamin D.

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-A lot of adults and the elderly need

-to take vitamin D.

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-There's also tuberculosis or TB.

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-There were many centres in Wales...

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-..such as Craig-y-Nos,

-where tuberculosis was treated.

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-A lot of people with AIDS didn't

-realize they had the condition...

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-..until they were diagnosed

-with tuberculosis.

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-There's also a lot of those

-immigrants...

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-..who can enter the country

-with tuberculosis.

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-Tuberculosis

-commonly affects the lungs...

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-..but it could affect

-any other part of the body.

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-This little device

-was kept in your pocket...

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-..and people would spit into it...

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-..when suffering with tuberculosis.

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-What about gout?

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-Gout is growing because there's

-a lot of people living older.

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-This little pot cost about

-a shilling and a penny...

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-..in the olden days!

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-There's been an increase in the

-number of cases of measles.

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-Measles is on the increase...

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-..because many children are not

-getting the MMR vaccination.

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-Scarlet fever is an infection.

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-Scarlet fever causes a blotchy,

-pink or red rash.

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-Early signs of scarlet fever include

-a sore throat, headache...

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-..a high temperature

-and swollen glands.

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-Scarlet fever is very contagious.

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-There's been an increase in the

-number of sufferers from STDs...

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-..or sexually transmitted diseases.

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-The message about using a condom

-for safe sex...

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-..isn't as prominent

-as it was in the past.

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-It's important to remember that

-people should be careful!

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-After the break, Hannah Thomas

-discusses the Inspire Awards.

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-Elen Van Bodegom also adds

-a touch of romance to our homes.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The Inspire Awards

-will be held in June of this year...

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-..and Hannah Thomas joins us

-to tell us more about them.

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-Welcome to the programme, Hannah.

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-What are the Inspire Awards?

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-I'm the Marketing and

-Communications Directorate...

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-..at the National Centre

-for Learning Welsh.

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-We work alongside the Learning and

-Work Institute on many projects.

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-..projects and organisations

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-..commitment and drive to improve

-themselves, the community...

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-..and workplace through learning,

-often under difficult circumstances.

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-We want to celebrate adult learning.

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-The awards underline how learning

-can change people's lives.

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-What are the categories?

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-The awards are open

-to those aged 16 and above.

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-The are many categories.

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-For the first time,

-the Learning and Work Institute...

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-..have introduced Welsh Learner

-categories.

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-The individual awards categories

-include Into Work, Young Adult...

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-..Life Change and Progression,

-Health and Well-being...

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-..Ageing Well,

-Starting Out - Welsh Beginner...

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-..and Different Past:

-Shared Futures.

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-Some people have

-hard times in school...

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-..and they don't want to return to

-learning until they become older.

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-There's a few new categories.

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-There is one for those

-who have moved to Wales...

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-..and how learning

-has helped them gain confidence...

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-..and change their lives.

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-The Inspire Award nominations

-close on the 16 March.

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-The easiest way to nominate

-is to visit the website.

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-There's a form

-you will need to fill in.

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-You can also email us

-or send us a letter.

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-We have photographs from last year.

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-I felt very lucky to be there.

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-It was a wonderful evening.

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-Many of the winners

-have overcome different problems.

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-It was an emotional night.

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-It was also very inspiring.

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-There are a mixture

-of materials here.

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-It's 15 for the lantern lamp

-from Wilkinsons.

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-It will cast pretty patterns

-around the room.

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-The Moroccan theme is very romantic.

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-It can be over the top.

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-However, they go well together.

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-A lot of men complain about

-too many cushions...

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-..but it adds to the romantic theme

-in the bedroom.

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-Candles and scents

-are also very important.

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-You can purchase them

-from any store.

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-Be careful with them.

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-We've got a faux fur rug.

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-The rug is 34.99 from Dunelm.

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-It will add another texture

-to your room.

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-Hopefully, someone will have made

-an effort for you tonight.

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-These wine glasses are great.

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-It's 19 for these gold wine glasses

-from Dunelm.

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-They come in a pack of four.

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-You could check your teeth in it

-after food!

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-These are slightly more special

-than a normal wine glasses.

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-There's also gold cutlery.

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-This is a set of 16.

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-It's from Dunelm.

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-It's a great idea for Christmas.

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-You could use them

-for any special occasion.

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-If you want to dress the table,

-you will need a table runner.

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-from Wilkinsons.

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-You could also use this

-at Christmas.

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-It's 2 for the confetti

-from Wilkinsons.

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-It will add a big of sparkle.

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-You should also add some fresh

-flowers and heart-shaped chocolates.

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-The decanter can hold your red wine.

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-You need the red wine to settle

-before you drink it.

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-If you want to cwtch after food,

-this throw is great.

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-It's from Marks and Spencer.

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-The glass candlestick is 45

-from Dunelm.

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-This is slightly expensive.

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-You can use it throughout the year.

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-You can use it in any room.

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-It looks very glamorous.

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-You can take these home with you.

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-There's still plenty to enjoy

-on Prynhawn Da in a few minutes.

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-People will remember the love story

-in Dr Zhivago.

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-It's all about people overcoming

-obstacles.

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-There's also the great novel

-called Atonement...

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-..and there's the book, Bird Song.

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-I think these stories show

-that love conquers all!

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-The couple have to battle

-for their love.

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-It's as if it's written

-in the stars...

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-..that the couple

-should be together!

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-There's Welsh stories...

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-..with Culhwch ac Olwen and

-Y Ferch o Gefn Ydfa.

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-There's also the story

-of Rhys a Meinir.

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-They show that love isn't easy!

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-The love deepens through

-those obstacles.

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-An opinion poll on Facebook...

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-..revealed that a lot of people

-chose Cysgod y Cryman...

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-..as being the only romance novel

-in the Welsh language.

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-This was the first novel

-of Islwyn Ffowc Elis.

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-It's from the 1950s.

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-You could argue

-that it's a political novel.

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-A lot of people remember the love

-between Greta and Karl.

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-Karl was a German prisoner of war...

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-..whilst Greta

-was already betrothed.

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-It's amazing how many of these epic

-novels are based on love...

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-..but there aren't enough

-in the Welsh language.

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-Is there room for more

-Welsh romance books?

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-Love is found

-all through the Mabinogion...

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-..and it's the basis

-of a lot of our folk tales.

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-We find it with Saunders Lewis and

-Monica from 1930.

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-It's a novel that is very unusual.

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-A lot of people will be surprised

-that it is so modern...

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-..that has the first passionate kiss

-in Welsh language literature!

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-Saunders Lewis does deal

-with the boundaries of love.

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-We have to remember that he believed

-in love within a marriage.

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-A lot of his characters

-follow their passion.

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-Few people deal with love

-in the same light.

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-I think we need more people to write

-an epic love story in Welsh.

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-There's a market for it!

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-A lot of people enjoy a love story.

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-We all like love and romance.

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-We remain in the world of romance.

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-A couple in Talgarreg in Ceredigion

-is celebrating 70 years of marriage.

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-Albie and Betty Thomas mark

-their platinum wedding anniversary.

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-I met them earlier this week

-and asked them where they first met.

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-The soldiers concert at Llanwennog

-was when we first met.

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-There was a man collecting rabbits

-and he had a van.

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-We went home in the van

-with the rabbits!

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-Albie was a member

-of Triawd Dyffryn Clettwr.

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-Singing is in his blood...

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-..and Betty fell in love

-with his voice in the early days.

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-At first, we only saw

-each other in concerts...

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-..then we moved near each other

-and worked on various farms.

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-I'd call to see Betty

-every Wednesday and Sunday night.

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-I'd fetch my freshly-washed clothes

-from Mam...

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-..and visit Betty on my way home.

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-The couple married at

-the registry office in Lampeter...

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-..and they remember it

-as if it was yesterday.

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-There was twelve in the wedding.

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-Yes, you paid 6.

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-I'd paid for the meal.

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-It was for the twelve guests.

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-We had to pay for the taxis too.

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-Who was there first?

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-I was there before you.

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-Were you?

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-They have three children

-called Rhian, Geraint and Berwyn...

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-..and enjoyed a happy family life

-at Rhandir Farm.

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-I'd come home and hear Father

-singing at the top of this voice.

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-It was a lot of fun.

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-They have been wonderful

-to me, Berwyn and our sister.

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-They have always been there to help.

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-They are always together and if

-Dad went to the mart, Mam went too.

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-They shop too but these days, she's

-in the car whilst he goes shopping.

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-The family has grown over the years.

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-They now have nine grandchildren

-and 13 great-grandchildren.

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-We're the three

-youngest granddaughters.

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-We spent a lot of time with them

-on the farm when we were growing up.

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-I spent most of my time with Dat-cu.

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-Mam-gu was always cooking so there

-was always a cake or apple tart.

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-And rice pudding!

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-Yes, every time.

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-The family is very proud of them

-to have reached this milestone...

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-..and that they can meet our

-children and spend time with them.

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-I'm the oldest great-granddaughter.

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-Seventy years of marriage by my

-great-grandparents is fantastic.

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-I love coming here to have a cuppa

-and put the world to rights.

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-We moved to the Plas in 1952

-when I was eight years old...

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-..and I've known them

-since that time.

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-We were neighbours as Y Plas and

-Rhandir Farm are next to each other.

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-They were excellent neighbours to me

-and my parents.

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-We're delighted

-that they've reached this milestone.

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-We hope they reach 100 years and get

-into the Guinness Book of Records!

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-What's the secret

-of a long and happy marriage?

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-I bring Betty her breakfast

-of cereal and tea every morning.

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-Yes, he's been a good husband.

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-We're friends

-and still love each other.

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-I've spent 70 years with him

-and would spend another 70 with him!

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-Congratulations to you both

-on 70 years of married life.

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-Enjoy the remainder

-of the celebrations.

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-We've got some flowers for you

-from everyone on Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you very much.

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-It's 50 years

-since the Big Mac was introduced.

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-This burger is a firm favourite

-amongst children and adults.

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-The burger has come a long way

-in the last 50 years.

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-It doesn't have to be unhealthy.

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-Alison Huw joins us now.

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-Alison has some great ideas

-for some healthy burgers.

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-You can have healthy burgers.

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-The burger is simple, but very

-popular and is still fashionable.

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-Over the past few years, new

-companies have been established...

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-..that offer Gourmet burger

-experiences.

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-A lot of people might have a burger

-over half term.

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-You can control the amount of fat

-and salt that you use in burgers.

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-It's worth paying more for a burger

-that's used quality ingredients.

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-You can add cheese, bacon, salad,

-onions, sauce or a second burger.

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-Make sure you buy good quality

-burgers or make them yourself.

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-There are many different recipes

-online.

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-You don't need anything more than

-minced meat, salt and pepper.

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-You can choose your favourite

-ingredients to add to the burger.

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-It doesn't have to be too thick

-or too thin.

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-There's a wide variety

-of buns available.

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-The buns are as important

-as the burger itself.

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-One of the most popular

-at the moment is the brioche bun.

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-A brioche bun is made

-from tasty dough...

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-..made from eggs, butter, sugar,

-flour and yeast.

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-The brioche bun is light,

-soft and sweet...

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-..and it absorbs the juices.

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-The brioche bun is very soft.

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-Burgers are easy to eat.

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-The favourites include beef,

-onions and gherkins.

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-Potato chips are the favourite.

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-However, you can make chips from

-any vegetable.

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-You could have sweet potato fries

-with paprika.

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-You can add any ingredients

-that you like.

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-You might also like a salmon burger.

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-This is easy to make at home.

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-..with some lemon zest.

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-Shape the burger.

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-I used a circular cutter

-to shape it.

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-It sticks together.

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-The salt helps it

-to keep it in shape.

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-I've added some lettuce

-and mayonnaise to this.

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-You could also use tartare sauce.

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-You could also make carrot fries.

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-Don't add too much salt and pepper

-to the burgers.

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-You can buy all of the elements

-that you will need in stores...

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-..and make them yourself at home.

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-If you don't want a meat burger,

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-..using a combination of carrots,

-white cabbage and parsley.

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-If you don't want to use bread,

-you could use mushrooms.

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-I've used the Portobello mushrooms.

0:40:410:40:46

-Rather than using bread, you put the

-burger in between the mushrooms.

0:40:460:40:51

-Coleslaws are very popular.

0:40:510:41:03

-You can change the ingredients

-you use in the coleslaw.

0:41:030:41:07

-Chicken burgers are very popular.

0:41:080:41:10

-You could add a Mexican twist by

-adding salt and jalapeno peppers.

0:41:120:41:17

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:180:41:21

-the financial expert, Lowri Clement.

0:41:210:41:27

-Huw has more fashion advice.

0:41:270:41:29

-Karlin Claride chats about being

-part of the Welsh league squad...

0:41:300:41:35

-..in Australia.

0:41:360:41:38

-There's another episode of Pengelli

-after the S4C news and weather.

0:41:380:41:44

Tips ffasiwn gan Huw Fash a digon o gyngor meddygol gan Dr Ann. Huw Fash offers fashion tips and Dr Ann passes on more useful medical advice.


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