Tue, 04 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 04 Apr 2017

Bydd ein harbenigwr ar flodau yma gyda threfniannau'r tymor a Dylan Rowlands fydd yn ein dysgu ni am winoedd o Sbaen. Dylan Rowlands gives us the lowdown on Spanish wine.


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-Hello and welcome

-to a glorious Llanelli...

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-..for Tuesday's edition

-of Prynhawn Da.

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-We need to celebrate the sunshine.

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-It's a varied and seasonal programme

-for you today.

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-Kevin Davies joins us with tips

-on seasonal arrangements.

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-More and more people are opting

-for dairy-free diets.

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-The blogger, Sarah Philpott looks at

-the advantages of a vegan diet.

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-We hear of a scheme to travel the

-world in minutes but it's online.

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-Dylan Rowlands looks at red wines

-from Spain.

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-The funeral director, Gareth Jenkins

-joins us in the studio...

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-..to chat about some

-of his prized possessions.

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-Put your feet up and relax with a

-cuppa for the next 50 minutes...

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-..for today's Prynhawn Da

-with Rhodri and me.

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-It's World Allergy Week...

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-Cathy Irons joins us today...

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-..and is full of some useful advice.

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-Welcome to the programme, Cathy.

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-Thank you.

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-The season for allergies has

-started.

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-Yes, the season has started!

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-We're too late!

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-It's been a mild spring.

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-Once the temperatures rise,

-the pollen count soars.

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-In the press today...

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-..it said that we can expect

-some fine weather.

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-Pollen is high today.

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-Grass and flowers are busy growing.

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-I've got some remedies

-for your allergies.

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-I haven't got any miracle cures!

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-People should use remedies

-that are suitable for them.

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-Some suffer with their eyes

-or might have a runny nose.

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-Speak to your pharmacist

-about your symptoms.

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-You can buy nasal sprays

-with steroids in them.

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-It reduces the inflammation

-in your nose.

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-Start tackling the symptoms early.

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-The same applies with the eyes.

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-It's more effective

-if you tackle it early.

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-What about prescriptions?

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-A report was released last week.

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-England is considering taking

-a few remedies off prescription.

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-This will only be a trial

-in England.

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-There aren't any new developments

-in the medical field...

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-..for allergies.

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-They are busy testing at the moment.

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-A few months ago, they trialled

-a spray or tablet...

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-..that contains pollen.

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-It would take three years to produce

-this remedy.

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-Many people can recover

-from these allergies...

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-..but for others,

-it can take over their lives.

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-There are many places on the high

-street that can test for allergies.

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-Be aware of these places.

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-They claim that you are suffering

-from all sorts of allergies.

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-The RHS Flower Show

-is coming to Cardiff...

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-..and flowers are around us

-at the moment.

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-Seek medical advice before going to

-any extremes.

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-After the break, Kevin Davies

-has some seasonal arrangements.

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-We also hear the benefits

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-Welcome back.

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-We also welcome Kevin Davies

-to the studio...

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-..who has tips for some

-seasonal floral arrangements.

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-It's important to note

-that it's Palm Sunday this weekend.

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-Welcome to the programme, Kevin.

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-Thank you.

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-What are the best flowers

-to use for Palm Sunday?

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-We're on the verge of Palm Sunday.

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-Every Welsh person

-will be going to cemeteries...

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-..to set flowers on the graves

-of their loved ones.

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-This is a national tradition.

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-A lot of other countries...

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-..tend to do this on Easter Sunday.

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-The Welsh tend to do this

-on Palm Sunday.

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-There's a lot of flowers in season.

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-Flowers in season are always

-better than those that are not.

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-There's plenty of daffodils

-and roses to be had.

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-Roses can last in fine weather.

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-There's also some tulips.

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-We've got some spray carnations too.

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-Don't buy the ones

-that are closed...

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-..and buy the ones that are open.

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-They will not open

-if they are closed.

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-These are some great flowers.

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-There are other flowers that

-are not suitable for the outdoors.

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-There's the lily.

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-I love its aroma.

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-They look wonderful...

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-..but the petals fall off

-in strong wind or heavy rain.

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-There's also a spray

-of chrysanthemums.

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-They have thick stems.

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-This means they don't always sit

-in the gravestones very well.

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-Don't forget to take water

-when you take flowers...

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-..to the cemeteries.

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-Palm Sunday leads to

-Maundy Thursday, Good Friday...

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-I've got a calorie-free Easter egg.

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-It's so easy to make

-with the chrysanthemum.

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-There's also the narcissus

-with some Easter eggs.

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-I've also got a wreath with

-the narcissus and Easter eggs.

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-I've got some twigs too...

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-..with some little chicks.

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-You can use cocktail sticks...

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-..and it becomes

-the Crown of Thorns...

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-..which reminds us of Good Friday

-and the Resurrection.

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-In this arrangement,

-you can add a few yellow tulips.

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-They bring us hope for the spring.

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-The wreath itself...

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-..does take some time to make.

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-It's best to cut them when

-the branches are still growing.

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-They are easy to shape

-into a wreath.

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-These are easy to make.

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-The tulips are lovely

-and bring the hope of new life.

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-Speaking of flowers, these are

-the details for our competition!

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-Spring has sprung but our gardens

-can be dull and bare...

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-..so we'll help you to insert

-some life and colour...

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-..with decorations, seeds, plants, a

-birdhouse, a lantern and candles...

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-..and all the items you need

-to make your neighbours jealous.

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-You can also win tickets to the RHS

-Flower Show in Cardiff this weekend.

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-It's a real feast for the eyes.

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-All you have to do is answer

-this question:

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-What is the national flower

-of Wales?

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-1) rose, 2) daffodil, or 3) lily?

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-To enter,

-call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Our phones lines close at 3.00pm

-on Wednesday 5 April.

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-Don't call after the line close

-as you may still be charged.

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-For full terms and conditions,

-email [email protected]

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-Good luck to you all!

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-Get dialling for your chance

-of winning that great prize.

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-More and more people are deciding to

-follow a dairy-free or vegan diet.

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-Sarah Philpott

-is one of those people.

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-She's a food blogger

-and joins us in the studio now.

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-Welcome to the programme, Sarah.

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-Thank you.

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-The Vegan diet have become popular

-especially among the young.

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-Veganuary is a challenge

-in January...

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-..to live a vegan lifestyle

-for the month.

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-These days,

-over half a million people...

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-..now identify themselves as vegan.

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-What is it to be a vegan?

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-It's similar to being

-a vegetarian...

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-..in that you don't eat meat

-or fish.

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-Vegans don't eat anything

-that comes from an animal...

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-..so they avoid eggs and milk

-and honey.

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-Social media has helped the cause.

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-A lot of people use Instagram...

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-..to take photographs

-of their foods.

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-Many celebrities are vegan...

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-..such as Beyonce and Brad Pitt.

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-You can become a vegan at any age.

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-It's very easy to be a vegan.

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-A lot of people

-think that it's expensive.

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-You can mainly eat fruit

-and vegetables...

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-..and be creative.

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-A lot of restaurants offer

-a vegan menu.

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-Many supermarkets

-have a free from range.

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-You can buy Easter eggs that don't

-contain milk or eggs.

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-You have brought

-a selection of vegan foods for us.

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-Easter is for everyone

-- including vegans!

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-They are just as good

-as any other chocolate.

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-I tend to eat very dark chocolate.

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-I've been avoiding chocolate

-for Lent.

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-I think you should try some.

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-It tastes just the same

-as the other chocolate.

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-They still contain a lot of sugar...

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-..so they aren't healthier

-than any other chocolate eggs.

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-Smash it up!

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-This is my first Easter egg.

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-Yvonne's got more than me!

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-I'd be none the wiser.

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-That tastes great.

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-How much are they?

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-A lot of these are on special offer

-in supermarkets.

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-I might buy one or two

-for some friends that are vegans.

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-It's worth trying.

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-There's still plenty to enjoy

-on Prynhawn Da in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment, we sample various

-Spanish wines with Dylan Rowlands.

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-There's something to suit

-every pocket.

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-The funeral director,

-Gareth Jenkins...

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-..reveals some

-of his prized possessions.

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-We were slightly longer than a few

-seconds as I said before the break!

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-Next, we venture to Cardiff to hear

-how one major technology company...

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-..has set its sights

-on the world of education.

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-It literally allows you to view

-any part of the universe.

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-Technology is more prominent

-in our lives...

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-..both in the home

-and in educating our children.

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-I've come to Ysgol Gymraeg

-Coed-Y-Gof to learn more.

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-In Science, Technology,

-Engineering and Mathematics...

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-..children lose interest by the time

-they get to secondary school...

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-..so it's important to inspire them

-from a young age.

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-It's hoped that large companies

-will employ them in the future.

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-These are the scientists and

-mathematicians of the future.

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-You put it over your eyes

-to see something.

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-I've seen a dolphin.

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-We saw a shark.

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-You put the glasses on

-and it takes you anywhere.

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-This morning, I've been to Rio

-and into the universe.

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-I've seen space and some rivers.

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-Nothing beats a real-life experience

-and school trips are unforgettable.

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-I went to Borneo and New Zealand

-and been to sites skiing.

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-A lot of children

-don't get these experiences...

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-..so it's wonderful for them

-to have this opportunity.

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-It's really cool and I like it

-as it takes you to different places.

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-Where have you been today, Cory?

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-I've been in a volcano, into space

-and ridden in a rocket.

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-The noise shows the enthusiasm

-of the children.

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-Many have expected

-to see a few birds...

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-..before realizing that they're

-still in Ysgol Coed-Y-Gof!

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-I've been under the sea

-and in a volcano.

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-It was a bit scary

-as I saw a lot of different things.

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-I've seen some planets.

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-The children are having a lot of fun

-and I'm feeling jealous...

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-..so I'm going to join in!

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-Within seconds, I saw why

-the children were so excited.

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-You had a 360-degree-view

-of any location you wanted.

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-You felt as if you could touch

-the items and this app is free.

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-I hope it'll help

-with literacy and language skills.

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-They can experience something new

-without leaving the building.

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-I hope they feel inspired

-to write about these experiences.

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-The children

-have obviously enjoyed themselves.

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-There's no reason why we all can't

-travel the world...

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-..via one of these Google devices.

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-It would be great

-if I had one myself!

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-Don't worry, Owain didn't steal

-one of those mobile phones...

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-..but you should certainly try

-the free Google Expo app.

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-Next, we venture

-to Northern Spain...

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-..and the regions

-of the Basque Country and La Rioja..

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-..with our wine expert,

-Dylan Rowlands.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dylan.

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-You've just returned

-from Northern Spain.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-I had a great time in Rioja.

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-It was paradise for me!

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-There was so much wine there.

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-It's a massive country.

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-It produces so much wine.

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-We will concentrate on the north.

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-We have the Vina Taboexa, Albarino.

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-Wales is planting this grape

-at the moment.

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-The climate is similar to Wales.

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-It's quite damp!

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-It's quite fruity!

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-That is very nice.

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-It's also a bit peachy.

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-It's very fruity and acidic.

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-Serve it with some seafood.

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-It's perfect to serve

-with fish and crab.

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-The Vina Taboexa

-costs 8 from Waitrose.

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-That's a reasonable price.

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-It tends to be more expensive.

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-We also visited a wine estate.

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-Next, we sample

-the Visigodo, Verdejo.

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-The wine was grown

-in Rueda region of Spain.

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-They tend to make white wine.

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-Verdejo is the grape.

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-The wine is fresh and crisp.

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-The Visigodo

-is a bargain 5 from Lidl.

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-It's a great price.

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-You won't get many quality wines

-for 5.

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-That is lovely.

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-It's got elements of citrus

-and lemons.

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-The wines are dry and refreshing.

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-They are perfect to serve with

-salad.

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-We move to Rioja next.

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-It's near Bilbao.

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-It's an hour further south.

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-It was a great trip.

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-It's part of the Basque Country.

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-We also have Izadi,

-Rioja Reserva red wine.

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-I'm not familiar

-with the Basque language.

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-This wine has been stored

-in oak barrels.

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-They use American and French oak.

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-It makes such a difference.

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-It provides a different flavour.

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-This wine has been stored

-in a barrel for a year...

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-..and bottled for a year.

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-It's ready to drink now.

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-It costs a lot more that the other

-wines.

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-The Izadi, Rioja Reserva

-is 13.80 from Gwin Dylanwad.

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-You can taste the oak.

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-It's sweet on the palette.

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-Toro is our next region.

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-The region makes both white

-and red wine.

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-There's an old vineyard

-in this area.

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-It has a depth of flavour.

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-The flavours are more mature.

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-Matsu is a wine producer

-from the Toro region of Spain.

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-A bottle of Matsu, Toro

-is priced 9 from Majestic.

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-It should be drunk quite soon

-after it's been produced.

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-After the break...

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-..Gareth Jenkins from Port Talbot

-reveals his prized possessions.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to the final part

-of today's Prynhawn Da.

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-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme, Mari.

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-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

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-Tonight, Rhodri Gomer is at

-a seven-a-side rugby tournament...

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-..that's between the Urdd

-and the WRU.

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-Some 200 teams have been playing

-today.

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-Elin meets Francesca Antoniazzi

-from Holyhead...

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-..who is making her mark on

-the world of wheelchair basketball.

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-My studio guest is Elin Llwyd.

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-Elin has recently been in Rwanda

-to introduce Welsh music...

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-..to the children

-of the Third World.

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-The scheme is called World Voice.

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-There's another chance to enter

-our fabulous gardening competition.

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-Thank you, Mari.

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-Don't forget about

-our special competition...

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-..to win a hamper and tickets

-to the RHS Flower Show in Cardiff.

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-What is the national flower

-of Wales?

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-1) rose, 2) daffodil, or 3) lily?

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-To enter,

-call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-company's network access charge.

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Our phones lines close at 3.00pm

-on Wednesday 5 April.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

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-For full terms and conditions,

-email [email protected]

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-Good luck to you all!

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-Get dialling for your chance

-of winning that great prize.

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-We close today's programme

-with a funeral director...

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-..who starred in the S4C series,

-Traed Lan.

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-Welcome to the programme,

-Gareth Jenkins.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm quite jealous.

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-You've already had chocolate

-and wine.

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-I wanted to try some.

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-What was it like to film Traed Lan?

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-Traed Lan was difficult to film.

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-We had to ask the permission

-of the families...

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-..to film in their presence.

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-It was an eye-opener.

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-You can choose any coffin you want.

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-People can have a lot

-of different coffins.

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-They can be made

-in any colours and patterns.

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-What was it like to be followed

-by the cameras?

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-It was great to show people...

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-..what happens behind

-the scenes in this industry.

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-How did you start the business?

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-My father was a carpenter.

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-The local funeral director died...

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-..so they asked my father

-to make a coffin.

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-Dad went on holiday.

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-Dat-cu and me were left to deal

-with the business.

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-Dat-cu had influenza

-so I was dropped in at the deep end!

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-You're here today to chat about

-your prized possessions.

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-Let's turn to this hat.

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-This hat belonged to my grandfather.

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-The hat is only used

-for family funerals.

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-He would only put his teeth in too

-for the funerals.

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-He looked like a horse!

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-It's made from bearskin.

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-It isn't very PC at the moment.

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-My wife doesn't let me wear it

-a lot.

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-I do wear it from time to time.

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-This is worth about 300.

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-Dad sat on one.

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-I sat on one.

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-The minister has sat on one.

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-This one is fine...

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-..because it collapses!

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-I found it in a shop in Cardiff.

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-It was made for the opera.

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-They didn't have a place

-to store it...

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-..so it was collapsible.

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-What about the watch?

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-The watch belonged to my father...

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-..but it has been in my family

-for four generations.

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-My great-grandfather

-was given the watch...

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-..for his many years of service

-in the coal industry.

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-My family moved to Australia...

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-..to take over a hotel

-in the country...

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-..that was owned by

-other members of the family.

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-He almost sold the watch...

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-..because he went to Australia...

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-..and someone else

-had claimed the hotel and land.

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-My grandmother told him

-not to sell it.

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-Dad was seen in the back garden

-playing with a snake.

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-My grandfather had to shoot

-the snake...

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-..and they came back to Wales.

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-Tell us about the rugby cap.

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-I played rugby

-for the Welsh District...

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-..and represented the team 46 times.

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-We played against

-a lot of great teams.

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-I played against

-all sorts of countries.

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-There's nothing quite like

-wearing that cap for Wales.

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow and

-we open the covers of our Book Club.

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-Helen Humphreys

-also has some fashion advice.

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-Former pupils of Ysgol Glan Clwyd

-mark 60 years of education.

0:41:260:41:29

-Aled Jones: Fy Nhaith Glasurol

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

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Bydd ein harbenigwr ar flodau yma gyda threfniannau'r tymor a Dylan Rowlands fydd yn ein dysgu ni am winoedd o Sbaen. Dylan Rowlands gives us the lowdown on Spanish wine.


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