Tue, 02 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 02 Feb 2016

Elinor Gwynn fydd yn parhau i deithio ar hyd arfordir Cymru a chawn hanes Côr Lleisiau'r Cwm 20 mlynedd ers sefydlu'r côr. We celebrate 20 years of the Lleisiau'r Cwm Choir.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's great to have your company

-live from Llanelli.

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-We've got another busy programme.

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-This is what we've got for you.

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-The columnist, Liz Shankland

-discusses her treasured objects.

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-We trace the story of the Home Guard

-with the historian, Dr Elin Jones...

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-..as the new Dad's Army film

-hits our cinemas.

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-Lleisiau'r Cwm choir

-also turns 20 this year.

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-We're joined by two of the choir's

-members to discuss the celebrations.

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-Our Welsh coastal tour continues

-with Elinor Gwynn in Pembrokeshire.

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-Huw also focuses on stripes

-which are popular this spring.

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-Stay tuned to Sian and myself

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start today with a new condition

-that is likely to affect females...

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-..and it's called drunkorexia.

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-Dr Ian Rees is here is here

-to tell us more about it.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What exactly is drunkorexia?

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-None of us will know what it is.

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-However, it's been around for years.

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-A drunkorexic skips meals

-to drink more alcohol.

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-Women tend to keep their calories

-during the day...

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-..to drink alcohol in the evening.

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-A drunkorexic can starve

-the body of essential vitamins.

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-One in 20 British women

-is a drunkorexic.

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-That is a high number.

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-This is quite a high figure.

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-There are long-term health isssues

-associated with drinking alcohol.

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-This is part of people

-drinking too much alcohol.

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-People who are on a diet claim that

-they can eat less calories...

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-..to drink more alcohol.

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-They say that alcohol

-calories are wasted calories.

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-Those people who don't eat and

-then drink alcohol...

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-..will find that alcohol goes

-straight to the head.

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-We also see people being admitted

-to hospital...

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-..who lack nutrients.

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-It can also affect your

-thiamine levels.

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-There are two parts to this story.

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-We see people who drink

-and eat too much.

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-We see a lot of men who go to the

-rugby with beer bellies.

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-They tend to eat and drink too much.

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-Many women won't eat too much but

-will drink more.

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-There are hundreds of calories in

-alcohol drinks.

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-We've heard a lot that

-drinking patterns.

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-There have been changes

-in our drinking habits...

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-..especially when it comes to women.

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-Alcohol is cheaper than ever before.

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-You can get alcohol anywhere and

-almost at any time of the day.

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-Alcohol surrounds us.

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-These days, women get married at an

-older age and are professionals.

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-They reflect the

-lifestyles of a man.

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-Many people did the

-Dry January campaign.

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-Do you think a campaign

-like this is good?

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-The same applies with

-giving up smoking.

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-Many people start a diet

-and then it wears off.

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-It's important

-that we take small steps.

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-We need to drink less gradually.

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-Thank you.

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-A new month is upon us and it's time

-for a new photography competition.

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-Here are the details.

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-Winter is upon us and it's the theme

-of our new photography competition.

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-The days might be shorter

-and the weather is bleak...

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-..but get out with your camera

-to take photographs of your winter.

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-The winner gets an iPad

-or television.

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-Entries should reach us

-by midday on 29 February.

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-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Email them to

-[email protected]

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-You can also contact us via

-Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Don't forget to enter!

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-In the next part of Prynhawn Da, we

-hear more about Gordon and Bryn...

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-..who are two of Liz Shankland's

-most treasured possessions.

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-We also trace the history

-of the Home Guard...

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-..as Dad's Army hits the cinema,

-in the company of Dr Elin Jones.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Liz Shankland is here to disclose

-some of her treasured possessions.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Liz is joined by

-her canine companions.

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-This is Bryn and Gordon.

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-Bryn is the father and

-he is eleven years old.

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-Gordon is the baby.

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-Bryn is named after my father and

-Gordon is named after Gordon Ramsay.

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-I had to help pull Gordon

-out of the womb.

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-He looked wrinkly like Gordson

-Ramsay when he came out!

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-Gordon Ramsey would

-be delighted with that story!

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-They are Bernese, New Foundland

-and Border Collie in breed.

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-I love them both.

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-They've been ill recently.

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-Both of them have been poorly

-recently.

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-I was moving to another farm.

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-In November, Bryn fell ill

-and was off his food.

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-I went to the vet and was diagnosed

-with pancreatitis.

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-He was placed on a drip and

-I worried about him.

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-Bryn has had breathing problems.

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-His condition is chronic

-so it will get worse.

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-We could discuss Gordon and Bryn

-all day.

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-You work as a journalist.

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-We also have a newspaper article.

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-It's an article about

-the Miners's Strike in the 1980s.

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-I've worked as a journalist

-for more than 30 years.

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-I started in the Cynon Valley

-at the Aberdare Leader.

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-I worked for the Aberdare Leader

-during the Miners's Strike in Wales.

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-It was a massive story to cover.

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-I would go down to the picket lines

-every day.

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-The Prime Minister wanted to close

-the coal mines around Britain.

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-There were many families who had

-members who worked in the mines.

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-The strike lasted for almost a year.

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-You had to go undercover

-for one story?

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-Yes, I had to go undercover.

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-It wasn't easy to work in the media

-at the time.

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-People were suspicious of the

-national and local press.

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-There was a massive conference held.

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-Arthur Scargill was present.

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-No press was allowed

-into the conference.

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-The newspaper editor told me that

-I had to go there undercover.

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-It was a conference full

-of tension.

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-Let's move on to these books.

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-I bought Tyddyn about 15 years ago.

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-I turned to writing about

-agriculture.

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-I wrote for magazines.

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-The Haynes company invited me

-to write a pig manual.

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-The first book is Pig Manual.

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-The Pig Manual has been

-translated into Romanian.

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-The publisher asked

-if I knew someone famous...

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-..to write the preface.

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-I taught on her farm in

-Monmouthshire.

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-Your dogs are looking at the shops

-and want to go for a walk!

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-Thank you.

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-Friday sees the film release of

-the Dad's Army television series.

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-The comedy follows members of

-the Home Guard during World War II.

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-In a moment, we learn the history of

-the Home Guard with Dr Elin Jones...

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-..but first,

-here's a preview of the film.

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-You're not taking this seriously,

-are you, Walker?

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-How do you know it was me?

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-No, thank you, Pike.

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-No, thank you, Pike.

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-Oh.

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-Ah, you've put some

-thought into this, Jones.

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-Thank you, Captain.

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-Mrs Fox lent it to me from last

-year's production of Robin Hood.

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-I'm a tiny bit of Sherwood Forest.

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-Godfrey, you look like going

-on a cruise to the South Sea.

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-Thank you, Sir.

-That's very kind of you.

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-I got the idea from a picture

-I saw last week, South of Pago Pago.

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-I thought it was rather open air.

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-I thought it was rather open air.

-

-Take it off.

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-That was a preview of Dad's Army

-that's out in cinemas this Friday.

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-But who were the Home Guard and what

-were their role during World War II?

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-The historian, Dr Elin Jones

-is here to ellaborate.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-When we think of the Home Guard,

-we think of Dad's Army.

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-This could be unfair.

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-There's some truth to the series.

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-The Home Guard were volunteers who

-were older and possibly to young.

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-Many of them were shopkeepers

-and butchers.

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-They were able to volunteer

-from 1940s.

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-The focus was on Dunkirk

-at the time.

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-They started out as

-Local Defence Volunteers.

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-Winston Churchill changed

-it to the Home Guard.

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-The men were enthusiastic and

-started to sign up.

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-About 25,000 men signed up in the

-first month.

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-In the end,

-there were over a million.

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-They had a variety of duties.

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-The aim of the Home Guard

-was to prevent any enemies.

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-We also had special constables in

-our village when I was growing up.

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-They would guard a bridge

-in the area.

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-Trucks of coal...

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-..would travel over this bridge.

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-It was very important.

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-They get into a lot of

-trouble in the film.

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-Are these stories true?

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-The Home Guard would

-go to certain events.

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-In the beginning, there was a lack

-of uniform and weapons.

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-Many of the men were

-amateurish and eager.

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-There was a night manoeuvre.

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-They had to pretend

-to be German troops.

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-The local children attacked them

-before they were attacked...

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-..by the Home Guard.

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-The Home Guard was also trained

-by army troops.

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-There's a story of them using

-snowballs to fight!

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-We all remember the local characters

-in our areas...

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-..that were part of the Home Guard.

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-It also takes us back to a time

-when they were truly scared.

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-Look Duck Vanish was another

-great term used by them!

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-That's it from us for now

-but join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Still to come on the programme...

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-..we roam the Welsh coastal path

-with the naturalist, Elinor Gwynn.

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-Huw also focuses on

-the latest striped fashion.

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-Next, we wish a happy 20th birthday

-to the famous Lleisiau'r Cwm choir.

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-We're joined by the choir members,

-Andrea Williams and Helen Jenkins.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Happy birthday to the choir.

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-Have long have you been members?

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-I've been in the choir since 1997.

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-I joined 15 years ago.

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-When was the choir formed?

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-The choir was established

-20 years ago.

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-Catrin Hughes formed the female

-choir to compete...

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-..at the Llandeilo Eisteddfod.

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-I saw the choir at the Eisteddfod...

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-..and I wanted to keep

-a connection with Ammanford.

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-Today, we have over 40 members

-and we have many younger members.

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-We've been very successful

-over the years.

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-Our highlights include performing

-on Noson Lawen...

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-..winning the Cor Merched

-competition at Cor Cymru in 2005...

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-..winning at the Porthcawl

-National Eisteddfod...

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-..and winning at the

-Pan Celtic Festival in Ireland.

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-We've performed in Ireland,

-Spain and Hungary.

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-I didn't travel on the trips.

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-I went to Ireland but I

-didn't got to Spain or Hungary.

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-As a choir we love to socialize.

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-Here's the choir on Heno in 1998

-performing the song, Cydiwn Ddwylo.

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-# As the snow covers the hillside

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-# As the waves wash the shore

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-# As the spring with its key

-sets free the captive earth

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-# With what we've been given

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-# Let's learn to do our level best

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-# Covetting and jealousy #

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-You haven't changed, Helen!

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-I think I have more wrinkles now!

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-The choir was relatively new

-back in 1998.

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-Where do all the members come from?

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-We have a member from Narberth,

-Llanelli and Ystalyfera.

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-People follow us on Twitter

-and they see how much fun we have.

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-You also published

-a special calendar.

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-We made a calendar before Christmas.

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-It's a part of our

-birthday celebrations.

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-What are your birthday celebrations?

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-We've arranged a variety of events

-to celebrate the 20 years.

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-The events begin this Saturday.

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-We have an event at the Stradey Park

-Hotel which has sold out.

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-Heddyr Gregory will be our commere

-for the evening.

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-There will also be a performance

-by Cantata.

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-We'll also have food...

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-..and entertainment from

-Fat Barry's Soul Band.

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-A concert will be held

-on the 5 March in Trimsaran...

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-..alongside Eirlys Myfanwy Davies.

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-We also have new concerts.

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-Thank you.

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-Recently we've followed Elinor Gwynn

-on her tour along the Welsh coast...

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-..and today,

-she's reached Pembrokeshire.

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-I've enjoyed trekking around

-the new coastal paths of Wales...

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-..including the Millennium

-Coastal Path in Llanelli...

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-..the silent forests of Pembrey,

-Laugharne, Pendine and Marros.

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-But I've reached one of my favourite

-Welsh counties - Pembrokeshire...

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-..where the coastal path has

-existed for almost 45 years.

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-I'm excited to explore this southern

-tranquil area of the county.

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-Hello, Geraint.

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-How are you?

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-It's nice to meet a steward of the

-Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

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-This is the doorway

-to Pembrokeshire.

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-Is this the official starting point?

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-This is the border

-and we can see Pembrokeshire.

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-The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is

-older than the Welsh Coastal Path.

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-This was opened in 1970.

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-It took 17 years to create the path.

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-We spoke to 180 people

-to discuss contracts for the path.

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-The path was a new creation over

-186 miles around great landscape.

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-From Amroth to St Dogmaels.

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-Why don't we go and see what

-the Amroth coast has to offer?

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-The area doesn't receive

-as much attention as other areas.

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-This area is steeped in history.

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-The area would not exist

-without its industrial past.

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-If you search for them, there are

-many remains that can be seen today.

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-Some of the remains are obvious,

-including the band of coal...

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-..within the cliffs on the

-eastern side of the village.

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-Other areas, such as Colby Gardens,

-originally known as Rhydlangoed...

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-..is within walking

-distance from Amroth.

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-These days, the remains are hidden

-below the trees and clean streams.

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-We've walked the front of Amroth and

-we're heading towards Saundersfoot.

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-These are the obvious remains

-of the coal industry.

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-You'd think that this was formed

-specifically for the coastal path.

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-However, these are the historical

-remains of the coal tramway.

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-The tram would come this way

-to take the coal to Saundersfoot.

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-It was a good quality coal.

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-Yes, the coal was very valuable

-due to the anthracite.

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-This path is suitable

-for all abilities.

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-We want people of all abilities

-to use the path and enjoy the views.

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-I have to mention the pre-historic

-forest seen following harsh weather.

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-You can't see it today.

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-You can walk along the beach

-and see the shape of the bark.

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-I felt that it was fantastic

-to see this.

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-It's hard to believe that thousands

-of years ago the area was forestry.

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-It's completely different from

-what tourists witness today.

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-Things are constantly change.

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-That's one of the aspects

-we love about the coast.

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-Welcome back.

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-We've joined Huw Rees

-in the fashion corner.

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-Today, we've got stripes.

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-Yes, I'm looking at stripes.

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-None of us are wearing stripes

-apart from Margaret.

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-The trends are becoming popular

-and visible this time of year.

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-Some people call stripes

-like this hoops.

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-The stripes on this varies.

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-You have to be careful

-how you wear stripes.

0:35:190:35:31

-It depends on your size.

0:35:310:35:40

-A stripe like this will make

-you look slimmer.

0:35:400:35:45

-The stripes across

-will make you look bigger.

0:35:450:35:54

-If you're a pear shaped,

-be careful with this dress...

0:35:540:36:02

-..as it will make you look larger.

0:36:020:36:11

-But if you have a big bottom,

-you can wear this...

0:36:120:36:20

-..as the stripes

-are length ways on the back.

0:36:200:36:26

-Margaret will go and change.

0:36:270:36:34

-Christine wore this coat

-a few weeks ago.

0:36:340:36:42

-This is great for

-a plus size tall person.

0:36:420:36:48

-The stripes are similar in colour.

0:36:480:36:57

-If you're short,

-this will make you look wider.

0:36:570:37:12

-I would go for a more fitted stripe

-if you're short.

0:37:130:37:21

-If we look at a photograph

-of Margaret earlier.

0:37:210:37:27

-Look at this dress.

0:37:270:37:37

-The waist area makes Margaret

-look smaller.

0:37:370:37:45

-These triangles draw your eyes

-to the waist area.

0:37:450:38:00

-In the 1960s, patterns

-were made with kinetic art.

0:38:000:38:11

-The variety of lines

-created a picture.

0:38:110:38:15

-This is the same in this dress.

0:38:160:38:25

-You have to be careful

-with this stripe...

0:38:250:38:32

-..as it will show

-every lump and bump.

0:38:320:38:38

-You need great underwear

-with this dress.

0:38:380:38:47

-Margaret isn't wearing

-any stripes yet.

0:38:470:38:58

-I'm going to put this item

-on Margaret.

0:38:590:39:07

-This light colour

-makes people look taller.

0:39:070:39:17

-Across the breast,

-we have a dark stripe.

0:39:170:39:24

-If you had the lighter stripe

-under the breast area...

0:39:240:39:28

-..it would make you look wider.

0:39:280:39:36

-I like the variety of colours

-in this item.

0:39:360:39:45

-Stripes are very popular.

0:39:450:39:51

-You have to trick the eyes.

0:39:510:40:03

-If you see a coat like this on

-the high street that costs 90...

0:40:030:40:12

-..they know it will be a trend.

0:40:120:40:23

-This coat breaks all of my rules,

-but it looks great.

0:40:230:40:26

-That's it from us today.

0:40:270:40:28

-Heno returns this evening at 7.00pm.

0:40:280:40:31

-Daf Wyn traces the history of the

-ukulele and meets a few musicians.

0:40:310:40:37

-Owain Gwynedd looks at the link

-between Wales and Russia...

0:40:370:40:41

-..in the television series,

-War and Peace.

0:40:410:40:44

-The author and actress,

-Manon Eames is the studio guest.

0:40:440:40:48

-She's appealing for your help

-to remember the Swansea Blitz.

0:40:480:40:52

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

0:40:520:40:55

-Prynhawn Da returns

-tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:40:550:40:58

-Menna Wyn Davies from Brechfa

-highlights World Cancer Day.

0:40:580:41:02

-Rhodri Gomer also has advice

-for those who want to join a gym.

0:41:020:41:07

-I'm sure your New Year's resolution

-was to join a gym and get fit.

0:41:070:41:17

-I've come to Trimsaran to meet the

-fitness instructor, Daf Latham...

0:41:170:41:22

-..to hear the do's and don'ts

-of joining a gym.

0:41:220:41:31

-Following the news and weather

-on S4C, you can enjoy Pryd o Ser.

0:41:310:41:36

-The crew have to prepare a feast

-for a group of young hungry farmers.

0:41:360:41:41

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:410:41:46

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Elinor Gwynn fydd yn parhau i deithio ar hyd arfordir Cymru a chawn hanes Côr Lleisiau'r Cwm 20 mlynedd ers sefydlu'r côr. We celebrate 20 years of the Lleisiau'r Cwm Choir.


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