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-Hello and how are you?
-We're live from Llanelli
-for the next 50 minutes.
-It's a jam-packed programme,
-so sit back and relax with us.
-This is what we have for you.
-We travel from Wembley to Cardiff
-to trace the links with the FA Cup.
-It's the sherry season and we
-enjoy a tipple with Dylan Rowlands.
-There's seasonal First Aid advice
-from Trystan Davies.
-Wynford Elis Owen also tells us
-what or who has changed his life.
-And we open up
-our fashion wardrobe with Huw.
-Rain, rain, where's the rain gone?
-I'm showcasing anoraks today
-because of yesterday's downpour.
-But I need it to rain now!
-It's 20 years...
-..since the release of one of the
-most popular books of the century.
-Anni Llyn is here to celebrate
-Harry Potter by J K Rowling.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-Before we discuss Harry Potter...
-..let's step back to a week ago
-when you had a very important job.
-Last week, I passed the job of
-Welsh Children's Poet Laureate...
-..to Casia Wiliam.
-The ceremony took place last Tuesday
-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.
-Casia Wiliam was in the studio
-I wanted to thank everyone
-for the support I've received...
-..and wish Casia luck
-for the next two years.
-When will her role start?
-I'll official finish my role
-We'll work together
-I will be sad to finish the role.
-I've been very protective
-over the job.
-I was in school with Casia
-and I know her well.
-I know she's going to do
-a great job.
-You've also learnt from children
-in the last two years.
-I've learnt a lot from the children.
-I used to hold a lot of workshops.
-I've learnt what works
-when you only have an hour.
-They have also inspired me.
-It's 20 years since
-the first Harry Potter book.
-I can't believe it has been 20 years
-since Harry Potter was released.
-J K Rowling
-has accomplished so much.
-The idea for Harry Potter
-was born on a train journey...
-..and was created
-in a small Edinburgh cafe.
-In the beginning,
-she didn't get a lot of support.
-Somebody saw something
-in the writing.
-She's given so much
-to Harry Potter and the story.
-Harry Potter and the Philosopher's
-Stone started a global phenomenon.
-Briefly tell us about
-the story of Harry Potter.
-The story is set in a fantasy world.
-The story follows a boy who
-discovers on his 11th birthday...
-..that he is the orphaned son
-of two powerful wizards...
-..and learns that he has unique
-magical powers of his own.
-He's summoned from his life
-as an unwanted child...
-..to become a student at Hogwarts,
-a boarding school for wizards.
-He makes friends who also become
-his allies and help him discover...
-..the truth behind
-his parents mysterious deaths.
-I've been a fan from the beginning.
-You've also written a fantasy story.
-I created a unique work
-for my Crown winning piece.
-Some people think
-take fantasy the wrong way.
-J K Rowling took
-the fantasy world seriously.
-She's given so much to the books.
-There are many celebrations
-for the 20th anniversary.
-The celebrations include four new
-Hogwarts House Editions...
-..of Harry Potter and the
-Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff
-and Slytherin are the houses...
-..and these illustrations have been
-made by Levi Pinfold...
-..and Kate Greenaway.
-The Gryffindor house will sell
-a lot as that was Harry's house.
-It inspired a major movie franchise,
-a theatre production...
-..and has captivated readers
-of all ages for 20 years.
-There will be competitions,
-exhibitions and many other events.
-There are so many relatable themes
-in the story.
-One of the main themes is death.
-It also takes on family and friends.
-There is a lot of great writing
-in the book.
-Will there be another one?
-I think Harry Potter
-and the Cursed Child...
-..the stage production
-is the final book.
-She has turned to other
-..and a prequel.
-We need a new J K Rowling!
-we might need another J K Rowling.
-A quilting exhibition
-is held on Friday and Saturday...
-..from 10.00am and 4.00pm at
-Capel Hope Siloh in Pontarddulais.
-Entry is 2 with a coffee
-and there's a welcome for everyone.
-After the break, we hear of the
-link between Cardiff and the FA Cup.
-Dylan also joins us
-to mark the sherry season.
-Cardiff welcomed thousands
-of football fans over the weekend...
-..for the UEFA Cup Final.
-It's the biggest sporting event
-that the city has ever seen.
-An exhibition runs at the
-Old Library until 4 September.
-It traces Cardiff's links
-with another football cup.
-On St George's Day in 1927...
-It's one of the most famous cups
-in the world of football.
-Cardiff is still the only team
-outside England to lift the cup.
-To mark the 90th anniversary
-of this achievement...
-..the Old Library has an exhibition
-called From Wembley to Wales.
-There's no denying that the
-1927 final is the club's highlight.
-People still talk about it but none
-of the crowd at Wembley are alive.
-Cardiff had lost out
-in the semi-finals in 1925.
-Fred Keenor's team was important
-and many had fought in World War I.
-Fred was injured
-in the Battle of the Somme...
-..but played and captained Wales in
-that final with shrapnel in his leg!
-People admire this team.
-It wasn't just a victory for Cardiff
-but for the whole of Wales.
-People from North Wales travelled
-to Wembley to join the Cardiff fans.
-The date of 23 April 1927...
-..is one of the most significant
-dates in Welsh sporting history.
-Up until 1927, the trophy was
-referred to as the English Cup...
-..but when it was won by Cardiff
-and brought back to South Wales...
-..it took the name of the FA Cup and
-has retained the name for 90 years.
-The fate of that significant day was
-decided by one controversial goal.
-It was a controversial
-and messy goal.
-The Cardiff forward, Hughie Ferguson
-from Scotland kicked a simple shot.
-The Arsenal goalkeeper
-let the ball slide under his body.
-The irony is the Arsenal goalkeeper
-at the time was a proud Welshman.
-He was the Rhondda-born, Dan Lewis
-who represented Wales many times.
-The exhibition boasts many artefacts
-in cabinets or in digital format.
-Young fans can learn about
-the history of the Bluebirds...
-..and the names of the heroes
-of a bygone era.
-It's important to celebrate
-the team winning the FA Cup.
-It's a huge thing.
-The kit they wore 90 years ago
-is very different to today's kit.
-I'd imagine that it is quite itchy
-because of the fabric.
-It's wonderful to have an exhibition
-of this kind in Cardiff.
-There are legendary photographs
-of the nearby Greyfriars Road...
-..where 100,000 people gathered
-to welcome the team home.
-There's also photographs of people
-in Bute Park...
-..who listened to the
-radio broadcast of the game.
-It was one of the first live
-football matches on the radio.
-At that time, people didn't know
-how to commentate.
-The Radio Times published a grid...
-..and commentators used that grid to
-refer to the placement of the ball.
-The replacement of the ball coined
-the phrase of back to square one.
-The exhibition has many pieces but
-one gem is kept under lock and key.
-I had a very special birthday and
-my wife gave me a piece of paper.
-It was an original program from 1927
-and it brought me to tears.
-On the inside in copperplate script,
-it says Cardiff City 1, Arsenal 0.
-It's fantastic to hold a piece
-of Wales and Cardiff's history.
-It has an advert for cigarettes
-saying "your coach won't mind!"
-It suggests that full-strength
-Capstan cigarettes are healthy!
-There's also a photograph
-of the King.
-It's amazing how times have changed
-but it's a little piece of history.
-Dylan has joined us
-to look at sherry today...
-..because there's an array of
-sherry festivals all over the world.
-Yes, they're in June and encourage
-people to start drinking sherry.
-People have abandoned sherry and
-couple it with the older generation.
-But you can get sherries that range
-from being very light to heavy.
-as being old-fashioned.
-Yes, that's the impression
-people get about it.
-Bristol Cream is still the biggest
-brand of sherry in the world...
-..but I doubt many young people
-drink Bristol Cream.
-Sherry is a wine that's made
-from the same grape, the Palomino.
-It's made in the Jerez region
-in Southern Spain...
-depending on its variety.
-People struggle to understand the
-difference between the varieties.
-The mould that grows on the sherry
-is a very important factor.
-In the white sherry, the mould
-has stopped the wine from oxidizing.
-We have the opposite end
-of the spectrum.
-There isn't a flor or mould so
-the wine oxidizes and turns brown.
-You'll notice the same thing after
-taking a bite out of an apple...
-..so that is how you class
-There's a massive difference between
-the first and last of your sherries.
-First, I want to talk about
-the Fino variety.
-The lightest and driest Fino
-is the Manzanilla.
-It's from the seaside town
-of Sanlucar de Barrameda.
-It's quite light and slightly salty
-due to it's proximity to the sea...
-..and this produces an enzyme
-that gives it this flavour.
-This wine is only 15%
-in terms of alcohol content...
-drink it with their meals in Spain.
-Do they drink it in the same way
-as we drink wine in this country?
-Yes, and I've been to Sanlucar.
-I remember seeing a large table
-of people from a bank having lunch.
-The table was full of seafood
-and bottles of Manzanilla.
-How does it compare to wine
-in terms of strength?
-This one is 15%
-so it's quite strong.
-Yesterday, I was at a Spanish
-wine tasting event in London...
-..and a typical red wine
-had an alcohol content of 16%.
-The Manzanilla is the lightest
-of the options we have today.
-Let's move on to something more
-complicated with the Palo Cortado.
-It's about half way between the
-Oloroso and the Fino variety.
-The flor has started to develop
-on the wine...
-..so the wine has started oxidizing
-but it isn't as heavy as Oloroso.
-It smells like a fruit cake!
-Yes, you get the dried fruit
-and it's quite nutty.
-Many years ago, sherry was the
-aperitif on arriving at a wedding.
-I wouldn't remember that.
-Are you saying you're too young?!
-It was served in glasses
-This one is much heavier.
-Yes, and it should be drunk
-with food not by itself.
-You can enjoy it with nuts
-The Oloroso is great with a Spanish
-cheese such as the Manchego...
-..or even chorizo.
-It has a strong flavour
-to compliment these dishes.
-The Oloroso has a deeper colour
-due to the amount of oxidization.
-has a much stronger flavour.
-It's still very nice!
-We need to taste it properly
-like Dylan and not just sip at it!
-This is great with strong flavours
-such as almonds.
-It's acidic so cuts through
-the fatty flavours of cheese.
-The last one is very, very dark.
-It's from a different grape
-namely the Pedro Ximenez.
-They use this grape
-to give the sherry some sweetness...
-..or it's dried and used alone
-and it's almost like drinking...
-It looks like treacle.
-It's lovely but very sweet.
-Yes, it's very sweet so ideal
-with Christmas cake or puddings.
-This is my favourite.
-The best way to serve it
-is poured over vanilla ice cream.
-It's full of flavour and expensive
-but you won't drink a lot of it.
-This is the drink that springs
-to mind when I think of sherry.
-You'd serve it over ice cream.
-I'm stunned by how much I like it.
-Be cautious of the sugar content.
-Thank you, Dylan
-for that eye-opening experience.
-That's it from us for now, but
-there's plenty still to come today.
-Later, Wynford Ellis Owen chats
-about a life-changing experience.
-And Huw discusses clothes to suit
-the current unsettled weather.
-Don't move a muscle!
-It's Child Safety Week.
-We've got some
-seasonal First Aid advice...
-..from Trystan Davies
-at Reactive First Aid.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-There are many things to consider
-with children during the summer.
-The aim of the week is to help
-prevent child accidents.
-or heat stroke is common...
-and babies in summer.
-Choking is one of the most common
-incidents to occur with children.
-Chocking can be one of
-the main concerns for parents.
-Over 50% of choking cases
-are admitted to hospital every week.
-Many parents panic
-when their child chokes.
-Children have smaller airways
-Children choke on grapes.
-They are the perfect shape
-to get stuck.
-It's difficult to get it out.
-Rhiannon has kindly volunteered
-to be our model today.
-Check if the child is choking.
-If they are coughing and talking,
-they are not choking.
-It will clear after a few coughs.
-If they can't talk,
-we are in trouble.
-A special safety harness
-will help prevent choking.
-Hold a child at its shoulders.
-Tap the back five times.
-Tap quite hard.
-We want to the food to come out.
-When the child can't talk
-and can't cough, they are choking.
-If the tapping hasn't worked
-move on to the abdominal thrusts.
-If a child is choking, try to
-perform the Heimlich Maneuver.
-Wrap your arms around the breastbone
-and navel area.
-Thrust inwards five times.
-Return to the back blows
-if this doesn't work.
-They say that you should halve
-grapes for young children.
-You mentioned the heat.
-What about when people take children
-You should know how to deal with
-heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
-Children struggle with heat.
-Many parents make mistakes
-in the heat.
-with cloths or blankets.
-This can act like a glasshouse
-effect in the pram.
-Slap on the sun cream
-at all times in the sunshine.
-Many people like to strip off
-in the sun.
-It's important that we look after
-the skin in the sun.
-It's vital that you keep your
-child hydrated in the summer.
-Carry a bottle of water around
-Take regular sips.
-Are you a member of a club
-that meets regularly?
-We'd like to hear from you.
-Are you a member
-of a club or a society?
-Do you enjoy a spot
-of bowling, dancing or eating?
-We want to hear about the activities
-enjoyed by the groups in Wales.
-Email us on
-Call us on 01554 880 880 or contact
-us via our social media pages.
-We look forward to meeting you.
-Over the coming weeks, we'll
-welcome guests to our studio...
-..to discuss events that
-have changed their lives.
-Today, we welcome
-Wynford Ellis Owen.
-We're going to turn the clock back
-to your childhood.
-You're the son of a minister.
-Yes, and performing was in my blood.
-I didn't have a choice!
-I was either going to be
-a policeman or go into acting.
-I went to the music
-and drama college in Cardiff.
-I was a floor manager at the BBC
-I trained as a director later on.
-I was a director for several years.
-I was also a scriptwriter
-You had a very successful career.
-Yes, but I struggled
-At first, alcohol helped
-but it got worse.
-It changed my life.
-I suffered so much
-and I wanted a change.
-I became dependent on alcohol.
-Families try to help.
-Families tend to keep things
-Was it difficult to admit it to
-yourself that you had a problem?
-I had to admit that I had a problem.
-I was a public figure.
-Many people knew
-that I had problems.
-I made a deal with myself.
-I wanted to show that help was
-You decided to help others.
-Yes, I turned to helping others.
-I had a successful career
-at the time.
-I was filming
-on the side of a mountain.
-I said to myself
-that there was more to life.
-Some counselling doesn't help
-with acute and chronic illnesses.
-The Living Room has helped.
-Yes, The Living Room in Cardiff
-changed my life.
-I had planned to open it
-after I retired.
-I went back to study
-at the age of 58.
-I learnt about prisoners
-who were addicts.
-I learnt that it was never too late
-to change my life.
-I met a young girl on a train
-on the way to Boston.
-She had lost her father
-in the Twin Towers.
-She was an ice hockey player.
-I asked her if she was offered
-She said that they couldn't
-empathize with her.
-She explained what she did
-in New York.
-She said that she had stayed
-with friends in New York.
-They had set up a camp for victims.
-The camp held all sorts
-There's counselling available too.
-The counsellor was a victim too.
-After the break...
-..Huw tells us why a raincoat is
-a fashion essential in his wardrobe.
-Mari is here to remind us
-of what's on Heno tonight.
-Don't forget to join me at 7.00pm.
-Tonight, we're live from
-Yr Ysgwrn near Trawsfynydd.
-Maes B started in Bala in 1997.
-I've been there.
-I've been there too
-but I didn't stay!
-The Welsh National Opera is at the
-Millennium Centre at the moment.
-We follow Sir Gareth Edwards
-at a golf day at the Celtic Manor.
-Daf Wyn chatted with Sir Gareth
-and the other sports stars...
-..who were involved
-in the charity event.
-Gareth is 70 this year.
-It's June and we've seen some
-sunshine in recent weeks...
-..but we've had our fair share
-of wet and windy weather too.
-This is the scene outside our studio
-in Llanelli at the moment.
-There isn't any rain
-but it's very windy.
-Let's take a look at the scene
-in Caernarfon now.
-A month's worth of rain
-fell at Capel Curig yesterday.
-Today, Huw has got an array of
-clothes that will keep us dry...
-..but it isn't very cold
-at the moment.
-It's an odd time.
-I woke this morning
-and was hoping for rain!
-I couldn't see through the rain
-on my way home last night.
-The sun came out this morning!
-It could change by tomorrow.
-These anoraks are great
-for the rain...
-..as well as the cold weather.
-all over the high street...
-..and they are a great price.
-We start with the mac
-from Marks and Spencer.
-It fits into a bag.
-Nest is wearing white.
-It will match any outfit.
-There's one problem.
-If you get hot or a bit sweaty...
-..or at the age
-of getting a hot flush...
-..then these will
-make you hot and sweaty!
-Read the labels.
-You can get items
-that are breathable.
-I've got this next one
-which is quite surgical!
-Before I mention this coat...
-..there's a lot
-of see-through coats.
-It means you have to be cautious
-about the things you wear...
-..as part of the rest
-of your outfit.
-This is waterproof.
-There are a lot of coats
-that are just water resistant.
-Some of the coats
-have a zip that is on show...
-..and it could allow
-the rain to seep through.
-You can get one that is cheaper.
-This is 20.
-It's a great price and length.
-It covers your rear!
-Some coats are short...
-..and the water drips off
-and you get a very wet bottom...
-..and I suffer from this
-and so does Sian!
-It's important to get a coat
-that is going to keep you dry.
-Don't waste your money on something
-that leaves you soaked in minutes.
-The next one is great.
-You could be going
-It it's raining...
-..you'll get damp and it'll
-have condensation every where!
-You will also feel like a
-roasting turkey in the sunshine!
-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.
-on styling your gardens.
-There's also food
-that is kind to the environment.
-Until tomorrow at 2.00pm, it's
-a very good afternoon to you all.
Byddwn yn profi gwinoedd ysgafn yr haf, a chawn dips ffasiwn y stryd fawr. We'll be discussing light summer wines and hearing some high street fashion tips.