Tue, 01 Mar 2016 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 01 Mar 2016

Ar Ddydd Gwyl Dewi, Y Canon Michael Rees fydd yn y stiwdio. In a St David's Day edition, Delyth Wyn looks at stylish gifts from Welsh-themed shops and Canon Michael Rees is in t...


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-Happy St David's Day to you!

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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on St David's Day.

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-I'm sure schools

-across Wales are celebrating today.

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-Send us your St David's Day photos.

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-Email us at [email protected]

-or [email protected]

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-We'll showcase your photographs

-all this week.

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-Daf Wyn traces the story of the

-patron saint of Wales, Saint David.

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-We enjoy a chat and a song from

-Mantra of the Vale of Glamorgan.

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-Some claim that today

-is the first day of spring.

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-Steffan discovers why

-we welcome it so early.

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-Our style expert, Delyth Wilson

-has a collection of Welsh homeware.

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-Ann-Marie Lewis has recently

-returned from Patagonia...

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-..and chats about

-her most prized possessions.

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-It's the 1st of March,

-so stay tuned to us on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with Canon Michael Rees

-who is back from Patagonia...

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-..having returned

-a special Bible to The Colony.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You arrived home over the weekend.

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-I arrived back on Saturday.

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-Tell us more about

-this special Bible.

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-The Bible from Patagonia

-was brought over...

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-..by the Magharita

-and Charlie Green.

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-The Bible was brought over as part

-of the 150 year celebrations.

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-The Bible was kept at

-the National Library in Aberystwyth.

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-The Bible was part

-of Charlie's family.

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-Charlie's family took the Bible out

-to Patagonia...

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-..when the first Welsh

-went out there.

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-You took the Bible on tour.

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-I've always wanted

-to go to Patagonia.

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-I'm retired so I have

-plenty of time.

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-A travel company asked me if I could

-return the Bible to Patagonia.

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-I was part of a group of seven.

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-It was an honour to embark

-on this trip.

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-You also took it on a tour of Wales.

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-The Bible was dedicated

-at the cathedral in St Davids.

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-We read from the Patagonia Bible

-during the service.

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-We took photos and returned

-them to Patagonia.

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-We wanted them to see the Bible

-in Wales.

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-It was great to see the Archbishop

-dedicate the Bible.

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-There was also greetings written

-to the family back in Patagonia.

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-How did you return the Bible

-to Patagonia?

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-Did you have it in the case?

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-I had a 23 kilo weight limit

-on my luggage.

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-I had 15 kilos when I travelled

-around over there.

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-I hope I didn't have to pay

-extra fees because...

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-..I was carrying this heavy Bible.

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-You presented the Bible at a special

-festival in Patagonia.

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-I went to Trefelin and Esquel.

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-I also went to Rio Grande.

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-It was the location for the

-Celtica Patagonia Festival.

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-Sian James was performing

-on the harp...

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-..and we shared a hotel with her.

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-Celtic groups were entertaining.

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-Magharita was the

-host of the event.

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-I handed the Bible back around the

-Gorsedd stones out there.

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-You came back with another Bible.

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-I returned home

-with a bilingual Bible.

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-I reached Trelew and found

-a Christian bookshops.

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-There was a Spanish-Welsh Bible.

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-I decided to purchase it.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-As you're already aware,

-today is St David's Day.

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-We celebrate our Welshness

-and everything that makes us Welsh.

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-But how much

-do you know about this day?

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-There's a lot more to St David's Day

-than just St David as Daf discovers.

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-St David's Day is a day to bring

-out the daffodil, fly the flag...

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-..and celebrate

-our Welshness in style.

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-It's also a day to remember

-our patron saint, Saint David.

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-But who exactly was Saint David,

-what makes him famous...

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-..and why do we celebrate him

-1,600 years after his death?

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-He was born in the sixth century

-and lived in the St Davids area.

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-St Davids was not the name

-of the area at that time.

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-His life was recorded in handwriting

-500 years later in Buchedd Dewi.

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-He was the son of King Ceredigion

-and was educated in Henfynyw.

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-Later, he moved to Llanddeusant...

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-..and in the 12th Century, he was

-named a saint by Pope Callixtus.

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-St David's Day was founded as a

-church festival in the 12th Century.

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-Dewi was a faithful monk...

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-..and he established a monastery

-and church in Glyn Rhosyn...

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-..the area we know as St Davids.

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-He gave his whole life

-to his faith...

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-..and stories of his miracles

-have been immortalized.

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-He healed the sick

-and he did this along his journeys.

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-He gave Paulinus, his teacher

-the ability to see.

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-His most famous miracle is when he

-preached at Llanddewi Brefi.

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-Crowds of people were there and he

-worried people wouldn't hear him...

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-..but the ground beneath him raised.

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-This is one of the most

-famous stories about him.

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-There is uncertainty

-about the year that St David died.

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-Many believe that he lived

-to be 100 years old.

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-But there's one thing

-that historians agree on...

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-..and that is that he died on

-1 March, which is why we celebrate.

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-There's more to St David's Day

-than the man himself.

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-There are many symbols

-which relate to him.

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-Old harps, Welshcakes and leeks.

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-The history of the leek is very old.

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-One story claims that when Wales

-battled against England...

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-..they used leeks on their hats to

-recognize which side people were on.

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-"Gwisg Genhinen yn dy gap, a gwisg

-hi yn dy galon" derived from this.

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-The daffodil became synonymous with

-St David's Day in the 14th Century.

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-Some think there was confusion

-with the 'cenhinen' - leek...

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-..and the 'cenhinen pedr'

-- daffodil.

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-Many believe that the daffodil

-is the true symbol of Wales.

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-Leeks are what we used to create the

-perfect St David's Day dish, cawl.

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-There's no better way to celebrate

-St David's Day than with cawl.

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-A bowl of cawl

-with fresh ingredients.

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-I choose lamb every time

-but many enjoy beef cawl.

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-You need to add green ingredients

-one at a time, but the leek is last.

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-This smells delicious -

-do you think we can eat it?

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-We have to enjoy ourselves now.

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-We have to enjoy ourselves now.

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-We've got Welshcakes for pudding.

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-Happy St David's Day.

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-Lovely, thank you.

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-Make sure you remember

-St David's words...

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-..'Be joyful, and keep

-your faith and your creed...

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-..'and do the little things.'

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-Happy St David's Day to you.

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-That was very interesting.

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-We also had cawl for lunch.

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-Sorry for the loss of sound there.

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-After the break...

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-..Mantra join us for a chat

-and also perform for us today.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're joined by three young ladies

-from the Vale of Glamorgan.

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-Tara, Manon and Anna are members

-of the singing trio, Mantra.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-I'm Manon and I attend

-Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Morgannwg.

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-I'm Tara and I go to school

-in Swansea.

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-I'm also Tara.

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-How did you get together?

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-Anna's mother wrote a musical.

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-The story behind the musical

-was that of Blodeuwedd.

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-She released it and we all became

-a part of it.

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-Where does the name, Mantra

-come from?

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-Mantra is a mixture

-of all of our names.

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-This will be our first performance

-together.

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-We have done a lot of rehearsals.

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-We practised with Anna

-and her mother.

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-My mother can't sing!

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-She couldn't help.

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-I usually compete in the Eisteddfod

-and the South Glamorgan Festival.

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-Are you competing this year?

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-Yes. There's a fortnight

-until the county Eisteddfod.

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-We've just started out

-and we enjoy performing together.

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-We're happy to perform anywhere.

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-Tell us about today's song.

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-The song we'll perform today

-was written by Gwenno Dafydd.

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-I performed it with

-my primary school many years ago.

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-The lyrics were written

-by Gwenno Dafydd...

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-The lyrics were written

-by Gwenno Dafydd.

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-Before Mantra perform for us,

-we've got an event to announce.

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-A fund-raising night is held in aid

-of the Whitland ladies Canada trip.

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-There's cawl and Creulyn perform on

-Friday at 7.00pm at the rugby club.

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-Tickets costs 5 each.

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-It's time to enjoy the group Mantra

-performing Cenwch y Clychau i Dewi.

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-Gwenno Dafydd is the song's lyricist

-and Heulwen Thomas is the composer.

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-Here is Mantra.

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-# Brave and wise was Saint David

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-# His hands were healing hands

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-# Small deeds were full of goodness

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-# Like seedlings through our lands

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-# So, lift your voices high

-for Saint David

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-# Shout out his name loud and clear

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-# Hero of Welsh men and women

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-# Saint David had no fear

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-# Ring out the bells

-for Saint David

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-# Ring out across the land

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-# Ring for Saint David,

-ring, ring, let them ring

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-# Ring out over sea and sand

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-# Lightning flashed,

-hot like wild knives

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-# And split the rock in two

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-# Clear sign to mark the birthplace

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-# Of David, healer true

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-# So, lift voices high

-for Saint David

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-# Shout out his name loud and clear

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-# Hero of Welsh men and women

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-# Saint David had no fear

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-# Ring out the bells

-for Saint David

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-# Ring out across the land

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-# Ring for Saint David,

-ring, ring, let them ring

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-# Ring out over sea and sand

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-# Thousands came to Llanddewi

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-# Like bees, homewards to hive

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-# His voice rang out like Bangu

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-# The ground arose, alive

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-# So, lift voices high

-for Saint David

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-# Shout out his name loud and clear

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-# Hero of Welsh men and women

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-# Saint David had no fear

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-# Ring out the bells

-for Saint David

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-# Ring out across the land

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-# Ring for Saint David,

-ring, ring, let them ring

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-# Ring out over sea and sand

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-# Ring out the bells

-for Saint David

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-# Ring out across the land

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-# Ring for Saint David,

-ring, ring, let them ring

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-# Ring out over sea and sand #

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-APPLAUSE

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-Thank you to Mantra.

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-That's it from us for now

-so join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Later in the programme...

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-..Delyth Wilson shows us some

-kitchenware from Welsh companies.

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-Ann-Marie Lewis discusses

-her most prized possessions with us.

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-The weather is very changeable.

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-Some claim that today is

-the first official day of spring.

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-But others argue that it doesn't

-start until later this month.

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-Steffan Griffiths discovers when

-we should welcome the new season.

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-Following the darkness of winter,

-March brings daylight.

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-The temperature begins to rise

-and flowers bloom.

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-In your opinion,

-when does spring begin?

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-It all depends on the meteorological

-or astrological calendars.

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-I believe spring begins

-when daffodils have bloomed.

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-Spring begins when I see

-the first lamb in the fields.

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-The 1 March is the

-beginning of spring for me.

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-Spring starts for me on the 21 March

-with the equinox.

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-These are all true, but for me

-as a meteorological person...

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-..with the seasons split into four,

-spring, summer, autumn and winter.

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-Spring starts on the 1 March.

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-For Dr Sarah Roberts,

-an expert on space and stars...

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-..the beginning of spring is

-different and far more technical.

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-Luckily, she has a prop

-to explain it all.

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-imagine a line through the earth...

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-..from the South Pole,

-to the North Pole.

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-In space, the earth is slightly

-angled and would look like this.

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-During the winter,

-the earth points away from the sun.

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-In the Northern Hemisphere,

-we point away from the sun...

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-..and during the summer...

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-..the Northern Hemisphere

-points towards the sun.

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-Between the winter and summer,

-the earth reaches a point...

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-..where the length of day and night

-are equal.

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-From this point on,

-day is longer than night...

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-..which is known as spring equinox.

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-Equi means equal

-and nox means night.

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-Following a mild winter, aspects of

-the season have been deceived...

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-..to believe that spring

-arrived a long time ago.

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-I met with a keen gardener to learn

-more about this phenomenon.

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-Things have changed

-over the last few years.

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-I moved here 35 years ago and hoped

-to have daffodils by St David's Day.

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-These days, the daffodils

-blossom in February.

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-Allium triquetrum and the coronilla

-glauca bloomed throughout winter.

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-The frogspawn has been in

-the pond since January.

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-I would say that February, March

-and April are the spring months.

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-If you believe in the stars

-or the calendar...

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-..the influence of global warming

-will change the way we see seasons.

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-Delyth Wilson has joined us with

-Welsh homewares for the kitchen.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The kitchen plays an important part

-in the St David's Day celebrations.

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-The heart of any home

-in Wales is the kitchen.

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-Everyone is making cawl

-and Welshcakes.

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-Saint David mentioned that

-the small things that matter.

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-Today, we've got some small items.

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-Everything here is made

-by Welsh companies.

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-We've got a knife from Seld.

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-The knife from Seld is 19.50.

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-The knife says 'caws cymru'

-or Welsh cheese.

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-There's also a great variety of

-Welsh cheeses to use with these.

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-Kitchen equipment

-is meant to be used.

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-We've got tablemats

-from Melin Tregwynt.

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-There are six in the pack.

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-The Melin Tregwynt tablemats

-cost 49 from Seld.

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-We consider the red colours

-as Welsh colours.

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-These look great on a table.

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-There's also a trivet.

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-These stop you

-from marking the unit.

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-If you're scared,

-you could use this.

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-The trivet comes from Cwt Tatws

-and is priced 18.

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-The handles are also sturdy.

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-It won't heat up either!

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-We also have a wooden bowl.

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-I would love to have this bowl.

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-A salad would look great

-in this bowl.

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-You need a lot of salad to fill it!

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-You would use this

-for a celebration.

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-The wooden bowl is 59.95

-from Cwt Tatws.

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-This has been specially made for us.

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-The blanket is made by Jane Beck

-and costs 165.

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-This is expensive, but it is big.

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-This would make a great gift

-for somebody.

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-Let's move on to the slate items.

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-The slate items derive

-from the Gwendraeth Valley.

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-There's a slate cheeseboard for 22.

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-The slate clock is priced 40.

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-The clock has a stand.

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-Many items are made from slate

-these days.

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-They all look great.

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-What do you think this is?

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-This looks like a handle.

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-This is a red hook.

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-You hang the hook

-on the kitchen wall.

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-You could place a tea towel on it.

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-This looks as if

-the saucepan is in the wall.

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-They come in different colours.

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-The red hook is 25 from Bodlon.

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-There's a Welsh tea cosy.

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-The teapot is important for us

-in Wales.

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-The Welsh tea cosy

-is 30 from Bodlon.

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-There's a coffee pot.

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-The coffee pot is 22 from Adra.

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-Many have liked this coffee pot.

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-There's also some roasted coffee

-from the Snowdonia area.

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-The Snowdonia roasted coffee

-is 5.95 from Adra.

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-You don't need to go to Brazil

-for your coffee now!

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-I've never seen coffee

-from North Wales before.

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-It's great to have coffee

-made in Wales.

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-This coffee pot looks like something

-you would see in a Western film.

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-These tin items are very

-fashionable at the moment.

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-Every company that we've mentioned

-are all based in Wales.

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-All of these companies

-are on the internet too.

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-You can purchase them all online.

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-You can also contacted us to find

-out where to get these items.

0:31:390:31:45

-Thank you, Delyth.

0:31:450:31:46

-We hear more about The Colony

-in our final part today...

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-..with Ann-Marie Lewis who has

-recently returned from Patagonia.

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-She chats about her treasured items

-and there are a few from Patagonia.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We received some fantastic news

-in the studio yesterday.

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-Some of you may have seen on Heno

-that Mari Grug gave birth to a son.

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-Here's Tomos Lloyd James

-with his big brother, Steffan Ifan.

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-Congratulations to Mari, Gareth

-and the whole family.

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-We look forward to meeting

-the new member of the family.

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-We've also heard that Steffan

-is already a great big brother.

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-Thanks to all of those who entered

-our winter photography competition.

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-The standard was incredibly high

-once again.

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-The photographer, Keith Morris

-delivered his critique last night.

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-Melanie Davies was awarded

-third place for her photograph.

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-You love this photograph.

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-Garry John Evans came second with

-his photograph of a wintry seaside.

0:33:120:33:18

-I'm not sure of the location,

-but this is a wonderful photograph.

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-In first place and winner

-of the iPad or television...

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-..is Emily Thomas.

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-Emily's photograph

-was taken on the Brecon Beacons.

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-Keith highly-praised

-this snapshot taken on the phone.

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-It captures the light

-from the dawn or dusk.

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-Congratulations Emily.

0:33:420:33:44

-We'll launch a new competition soon.

0:33:440:33:51

-We round off today's programme...

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-..with a guest that's just returned

-from The Colony in Patagonia.

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-Ann-Marie Lewis,

-welcome to the programme.

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-Ann is here to discuss

-her most prized possessions.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

0:34:050:34:07

-You've returned to Wales

-having spent time in Patagonia.

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-Tell us about your

-family connections with The Colony.

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-It was a fantastic year

-in Patagonia.

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-Fabio is my husband.

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-His family live over there.

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-It was a chance to catch up

-with his family.

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-How did you meet?

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-I taught Welsh in Patagonia

-in 2001.

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-I met Fabio out there in my lessons.

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-It was a big decision to move

-to Patagonia for a year.

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-Everyone was very supportive in our

-trip to Patagonia.

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-The children have a great Spanish

-- Welsh accent.

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-Our children can speak fluent

-Spanish too.

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-We've got a piece of artwork.

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-The artwork features the words of

-the poem Hon by T H Parry-Williams.

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-I studied Hon for A Level.

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-It's my favourite poem.

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-I like the words.

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-I've travelled the globe.

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-I've spent two years in The Colony.

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-But I'm always drawn back to Wales.

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-The words in this poem

-are powerful.

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-They mean a lot to me.

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-Sometimes, you need to go away

-to see how special Wales is.

0:36:380:36:44

-We've got a photograph

-of Capel Glan Alaw chapel.

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-The chapel is located

-near Gaiman in Patagonia.

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-It's based near Gaiman.

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-I would pass the chapel every day

-when I taught out there.

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-The chapels have been renovated.

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-It's based in a remote area.

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-It's also on a rural road.

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-Tito is my husband.

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-Not many members of his family

-could come to our wedding in Wales.

0:37:480:37:58

-We decided to go back

-to this chapel in Patagonia...

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-..and hold a ceremony there.

0:38:040:38:14

-It was very atmospheric there.

0:38:140:38:24

-Alwdwyn Brunt was there and speaks

-fluent Welsh.

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-He's never been to Wales.

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-He wanted us to take a photo

-of this chapel.

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-The chapel was packed

-to the rafters.

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-The service by candlelight too.

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-Nel Bach Y Bwcs is a great book.

0:39:070:39:17

-It pays tribute to the women

-who live in The Colony.

0:39:230:39:33

-Nel goes in search of a midwife to

-help her mother who is in labour.

0:39:350:39:45

-Her mother dies tragically

-in childbirth.

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-Nel feels alone after this.

0:39:510:40:01

-You can't imagine

-what she went through.

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-We turn to my children,

-Ifan and Miriam.

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-This is the first photograph

-of them together.

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-Miriam is four now.

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-Ifan is about three.

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-Ifan is new-born baby in the photo.

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-They love going to school.

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-They enjoying singing.

0:40:510:40:53

-Heno returns tonight at 7.00pm

-with St David's Day celebrations.

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-Welsh Premier League Secretary,

-Gwyn Derfel will be my studio guest.

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-Daf Wyn hits the streets of Cardiff

-for the St David's Day procession...

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-..and attends the opening of a Welsh

-cafe with the harpist, Catrin Finch.

0:41:090:41:13

-We also celebrate St David's Day

-in Machynlleth...

0:41:140:41:17

-..and showcase

-your St David's Day photographs.

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-That's all we have time for today.

0:41:210:41:23

-Tomorrow, Mererid Hopwood will be

-discussing her new volume of poetry.

0:41:240:41:28

-Alison Huw examines

-the amount of sugar in our foods.

0:41:280:41:31

-We also showcase

-your St David's Day photographs.

0:41:310:41:34

-Wyneb Glyndwr

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:350:41:38

-Happy St David's Day to you all.

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-Goodbye.

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Ar Ddydd Gwyl Dewi, Y Canon Michael Rees fydd yn y stiwdio. In a St David's Day edition, Delyth Wyn looks at stylish gifts from Welsh-themed shops and Canon Michael Rees is in the studio.


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