Tue, 08 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 08 Dec 2015

Delyth Wilson fydd yn y gornel steil, gydag amgrymiadau ar gyfer anrhegion i'r rhai sy'n mwynhau bod yn yr ardd. Present ideas for garden lovers & the festive cracker competitio...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-in Llanelli on 8 December.

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-The month is flying by.

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-In a moment, Heddyr Gregory chats

-about the work of Shelter Cymru.

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-Welcome to the programme, Heddyr.

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-I'm sure you're all excited about

-the contents of our crackers.

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-These are the prizes up for grabs.

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-Four widescreen televisions,

-four iPad Airs...

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-..a digital camera,

-a hamper of Welsh produce...

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-..a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..a digital radio, a coffee

-machine and mugs, a toaster...

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-..a DVD player and a collection of

-DVDs, a Kindle and a table lamp...

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-..jewellery by Wyn

-in the Conwy Valley...

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-..Melin Tregwynt

-throws and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid,

-leather bag and writing equipment...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-There's plenty of prizes to be won

-to suit all ages so get dialling.

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-The all-important number

-is 08443 35 12 44.

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-The musician, Ynyr Llwyd

-has today's all-important question.

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-Where do the Wise Men come from

-in the carol, We Three Kings?

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-1) Orient, 2) Wild West,

-or 3) Notorious North?

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-Merry Christmas to you all.

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-Thank you, Ynyr.

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-Here's that question again.

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-Where do the Wise Men come from

-in the carol, We Three Kings?

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-1) Orient, 2) Wild West,

-or 3) Notorious North?

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-Call us with your answer

-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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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Next, we continue our series

-on charity work over Christmas.

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-Today, we're joined by

-Heddyr Gregory from Shelter Cymru.

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-Welcome to the programme, Heddyr.

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-Thank you.

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-It's a busy time of year

-for Shelter Cymru.

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-It's a very busy time

-for the charity.

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-People fall into debt...

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-..and marriages

-and families fall apart.

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-This year, the charity

-is focusing on children.

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-There are some shocking statistics

-about the homeless in Wales.

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-Ten children in Wales

-are made homeless every day.

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-Over 1,000 children will wake on

-Christmas morning and be homeless.

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-The charity wants to think

-about families over Christmas.

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-People always think of the homeless

-as those living on the street...

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-..and sleeping in doorways

-and cardboard boxes...

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-..but this is not the case.

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-Our image of the homeless is wrong.

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-Yes, and this myth

-has to be quelled.

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-You can be homeless if you live

-in a hostel or bed and breakfast...

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-..or are sleeping on

-a friend's sofa!

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-A lot of people will wake

-on Christmas morning...

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-..in a bed and breakfast or hostel.

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-They have to wait a matter

-of months...

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-..before the authorities

-find somewhere for them to live.

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-What does the charity have to offer

-for these people?

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-We're the go-between for the people

-who are homeless...

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-..and the authorities.

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-We're all three payslips away

-from being made homeless.

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-It can happen to anyone.

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-Shelter Cymru has case workers

-all over Wales...

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-..working in the local authorities.

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-We plead their case

-and do the paperwork for them.

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-I think it's important

-to tell people...

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-..that we're funded by

-the former Legal Aid...

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-..as well as the National Assembly.

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-This means that Shelter Cymru

-has solicitors in the courts.

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-These people can offer support.

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-How do people get in contact

-with you?

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-For further information,

-visit www.sheltercymru.org.uk

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-Shelter Cymru's support line

-is open from 9.00am to 5.00pm...

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-..every Monday to Friday.

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-There are six people

-working on the helpline...

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-..at the office in Swansea.

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-The situation is heightened

-at Christmas.

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-Shelter Cymru is the main

-housing charity in Wales.

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-We help those people

-who live in homes full of damp.

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-Until recently, there hasn't been

-a lot in terms of power...

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-..for the tenant.

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-Shelter Cymru is a charity...

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-..that is independent to the

-charity, Shelter in England.

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-I think it's important

-to stress this factor.

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-We are independent of the

-other Shelter charities in the UK.

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-There's 15 minutes left to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Where do the Wise Men come from

-in the carol, We Three Kings?

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-1) Orient, 2) Wild West,

-or 3) Notorious North?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Get dialling as you could win

-an incredible prize.

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-After the break, Dylan has an array

-of bubbles to suit any budget.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Did you enter our Christmas Cracker

-Competition during the break?

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-You can still enter

-by calling 08443 35 12 44.

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-There's still some amazing prizes

-left to be won in our crackers.

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-There's still four widescreen

-televisions up for grabs.

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-There's a sewing machine.

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-There's a coffee machine.

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-There's a toaster as well.

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-There's some great prizes

-and Ynyr Llwyd has today's question.

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-Where do the Wise Men come from

-in the carol, We Three Kings?

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-1) Orient, 2) Wild West,

-or 3) Notorious North?

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-Merry Christmas to you all.

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-Where do the Wise Men come from

-in the carol, We Three Kings?

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-1) Orient, 2) Wild West,

-or 3) Notorious North?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Get dialling as we could be calling

-one of you later in the programme.

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-Nothing beats some bubbles

-to celebrate Christmas...

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-..but you don't have to spend

-a fortune on your fizz.

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-Dylan Rowlands joins us

-to explain more.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dylan.

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-Bubbles are very popular!

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-Fizzy wine is very popular

-at Christmas time.

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-There's a vast range in prices too.

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-We've had some great deals

-at the moment.

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-It's important to take advantage

-of their offers.

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-We've got a Marks and Spencer

-Gibo, Asti DOCG from Italy.

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-Asti is quite a dry drink.

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-It's easy to drink

-and low in alcohol.

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-They claim that asti is coming back

-into fashion.

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-It's sweet in taste.

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-It's made in Asti in Northern Italy.

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-The drink is suitable for all.

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-But this doesn't apply to children.

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-Let's sample Sainsbury's

-Conegliano Prosecco from Italy.

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-It also comes in a magnum bottle.

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-This prosecco isn't very dry.

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-There's a touch of residual sugar

-in the taste of this prosecco.

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-It would make

-a great Christmas gift.

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-The bubbles don't last

-that long either.

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-Our next drink

-is a little different.

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-We've got some Bellinis.

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-A Bellini is traditionally

-made with peach puree and prosecco.

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-My tropical Bellini

-includes mango and cava.

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-You can make a tropical Bellini

-with some Montanez cava.

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-The price of the Montanez cava

-is 5 from Asda.

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-It's the perfect party drink.

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-I prefer the asti to this.

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-This is lovely.

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-Let's pour a glass

-of French chardonnay.

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-The Cremant de Jura, Chardonnay

-from France costs 7.30 at Aldi.

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-The wine is made

-in the eastern hills of France.

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-It's a great wine to drink.

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-Champagne comes from a small region

-in Northern France.

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-People in Sussex

-also produce champagne.

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-The area has a similar climate.

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-This Les Pionniers brut champagne

-is produced in France.

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-Les Pionniers brut champagne

-is priced 17 at Co-op.

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-It's a great price for a champagne.

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-It's quite sour in taste.

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-There's also the aroma of yeast

-in this champagne.

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-Thank you, Dylan.

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-Stay with us because we'll be

-putting you to the test later.

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-There's a few minutes left to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Get dialling now on 08443 35 12 44

-and you could win a great prize.

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-This could be your lucky day!

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-After the break...

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-..Delyth looks at home furnishings

-that are ideal for avid gardeners.

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-Ysgol Bryngwran from Anglesey

-perform in our carol competition.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time for a touch

-of interior design advice...

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-..and Delyth has tips on bringing

-some Christmas spirit to your home.

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-Welcome to the programme, Delyth.

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-This is about bringing

-the outdoors indoors!

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-We are looking ahead

-to the spring season.

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-It's fashionable to do this.

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-Everything blends well together.

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-This picture is tryptic.

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-It will work well in a room.

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-The picture from Dunelm

-is priced 24.99.

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-It's also reasonably priced.

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-The picture comes in three pieces.

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-We also have a bucket of iris bulbs.

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-The pot of iris bulbs

-is 7.99 from Homesense.

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-It would make

-a perfect Christmas gift.

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-You could also replant the bulbs.

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-The table mats are quite handy.

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-You can pick up these table mats

-from Leekes for 22.

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-There are three mats

-in the collection.

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-There are several colours

-in the rug.

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-It blends well with the table mats.

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-The rug costs 59.95 from Dunelm.

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-The rug is also made from 100% wool.

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-There are thin mats

-that you place on a wooden floor...

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-..and will stop your rug

-from slipping.

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-I would also recommend

-that you remove your rug...

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-..to stop it

-from marking the floor.

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-The Ralph Lauren tablecloth

-is from Homesense and priced 12.99.

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-Our vase is 34 from Leekes.

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-The vase comes from Portmeirion.

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-It's from the Garden Botanics

-collection.

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-The garden stool costs 29.99

-from Homesense.

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-Many people like this stool.

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-There's also a bag on the side

-of the stool which is handy.

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-It's full of gardening equipment.

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-Our next item is this red blanket.

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-It's quite timely.

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-You can purchase the blanket

-from Leekes for 70.

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-There's a lovely texture

-to these throws and blankets.

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-They will lift the home.

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-You can use them

-at this time of year.

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-Our Christmas Carol Competition

-continues today.

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-Yesterday, we heard from

-Ysgol y Graig in Llangefni.

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-Morgan and Wesley can introduce the

-carol by Ysgol Bryngwran, Anglesey.

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-The carol by Ysgol Gymuned Bryngwran

-is called Annwyl Santa.

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-This special carol

-asks for peace throughout the world.

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-Annwyl Santa is by the great team

-of Aunty Gwenda and Mrs P.

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-We've had a lot of fun again

-this year with our new carol.

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-We hope you enjoy it.

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-Merry Christmas to you all!

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-# Christmas has come once again

-and I write a letter to you

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-# "Be generous, give me a gift"

-that is my wish

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-# This year, I would like a gift

-but not a shiny, swell one

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-# A gift that differs from the norm

-is my wish, old man

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-# Dear Santa, dear Santa,

-here's a short note from me

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-# I will kindly ask you,

-if I could have a favour

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-# A full sack of numerous treasures

-for the children of the globe

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-# This Christmas,

-I ask you for kindness

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-# I will ask Santa, on behalf

-of the children of the world

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-# Bring a sack full of peace

-to everyone this Christmas

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-# I would like to see everyone happy

-and children living in harmony

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-# Bring love to their hearts

-and let us love our fellow man

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-# Dear Santa, dear Santa,

-here's a short note from me

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-# I will kindly ask you,

-if I could have a favour

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-# A full sack of numerous treasures

-for the children of the globe

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-# This Christmas,

-I ask you for kindness

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-# This year, let us remember

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-# The poor and weak in form

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-# One wish, one yearning

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-# That everyone lives in peace

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-# Lives in peace

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-# Dear Santa, dear Santa,

-here's a short note from me

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-# I will kindly ask you,

-if I could have a favour

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-# A full sack of numerous treasures

-for the children of the globe

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-# This Christmas,

-I ask you for kindness

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-# This Christmas,

-I ask you for kindness

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-# This Christmas #

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-Our thanks to Ysgol Bryngwran

-on Anglesey.

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-We'll hear another entry

-in our carol competition tomorrow.

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-In a moment, we'll put our

-special tasters to the test.

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-Do they know the difference between

-cava, champagne and prosecco?

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-Dylan, Heddyr and Llinos

-are our tasters.

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-Welcome to you all.

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-First, Llinos can tell us

-about tonight's Heno.

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-Join me for another jam-packed Heno

-at 7.00pm.

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-One lucky viewer will win a prize in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-My studio guests are

-Caryl Parry Jones and Geraint Cynan.

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-Caryl and Geraint will bring some

-Christmas music to the programme.

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-The international rugby player,

-Jamie Roberts...

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-..chats to Rhodri Gomer about the

-latest developments in his career.

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-Jamie is playing

-in the famous Varsity Match...

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-..between Oxford and Cambridge.

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-There's news of a new night club

-in Pwllheli...

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-..that has already won prizes

-for its amazing architecture.

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-The phone lines for our Christmas

-Cracker Competition have closed.

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-Don't call any more

-as you will still be charged.

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-Next, it's time for the fizz.

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-We've got cava, champagne

-and prosecco for our panel to taste.

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-Let's start with our first glass.

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-This is slightly unfair!

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-Dylan runs a wine shop!

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-You're more of an expert than me!

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-The second glass now, please.

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-This is drier.

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-I prefer the second glass.

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-I prefer prosecco to champagne.

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-What about the third one?

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-That was tougher than I thought!

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-There's lots of bubbles in this.

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-Was it easy for you, Dylan?

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-One stood out for me.

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-I prefer the middle one.

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-I think it's prosecco.

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-Champagne tends to be more fizzy.

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-I prefer prosecco.

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-I think prosecco is the middle one.

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-The cava is here.

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-I think this one is the champagne,

-followed by cava and prosecco.

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-I'm the same as Dylan.

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-I'm under pressure!

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-It was the first glass.

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-I didn't like the champagne!

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-Prosecco is the second one.

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-The Contevado cava

-is priced 4.79 at Aldi.

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-The cava was the second one.

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-The third one was the prosecco.

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-The Fillipo Sanasovi prosecco

-is 7 from Asda.

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-The Tabernacle in Morriston has its

-carol service with local choirs...

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-..at 7.00pm tomorrow

-and all are welcome.

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-Shortly, we'll call one of you in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-If your phone rings, answer it

-by saying, "Christmas Cracker!"

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-Reverend Towyn Jones

-also reveals his prized possessions.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-Let's get dialling.

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-We have a telephone number here.

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-If your phone rings, answer it

-by saying, "Christmas Cracker!"

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-There's a sewing machine,

-iPad Air and jewellery.

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-It's ringing.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Sian and Rhodri

-from S4C's Prynhawn Da.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Gareth Thomas.

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-I'm in the Llandovery area.

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-How is Llandovery?

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-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 34.

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-I'll have number 18.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations,

-you've won a widescreen television.

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-That's wonderful.

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-We hope you spend hours

-watching Prynhawn Da!

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Today, there's school books,

-school bags, pens and pencils.

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-This gift helps a child go to school

-and have the best start in life.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-We close today's programme

-with Reverend Towyn Jones...

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-..who joins us to reveal

-his prized possessions.

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-Welcome to the programme, Towyn.

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-Thank you.

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-You are looking festive

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-I like to put in an effort

-for Christmas.

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-It's important to start celebrating.

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-This is going to be my best

-Christmas for 50 years...

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-..as I'm retiring!

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-The painting is a copy

-of the Andre Brasillier image...

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-..called Loupeigne sous la meige.

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-The painting is of a French chateaux

-covered in heavy snow.

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-I was given the painting many years

-ago.

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-I always wanted a bigger one.

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-I saw one that would be ideal for

-the dining room.

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-I struggled to get the painting.

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-I finally got the painting.

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-It's ready and in place for

-Christmas.

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-I've got an obsession with

-Christmas.

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-I think it reflects Christmas and

-the snow.

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-Next, we have a figure that is quite

-apt for the time of year.

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-It's a figure of Father Christmas

-made from papier mache.

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-The figure belonged

-to my grandmother.

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-I've got a copy of

-The Night Before Christmas.

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-This made me think...

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-..that this was the

-real Father Christmas.

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-I think this figure

-is about 110 years old.

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-It's amazing that

-it's lasted so long...

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-..as it's made from papier mache.

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-My cousin gave it to me last year.

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-I treasure it.

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-It's kept in a glass dome.

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-It's on the mantelpiece in my study.

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-The final item is a brick.

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-It isn't just any old brick.

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-When it's a rough

-and stormy night...

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-..I like to read a book

-by James Wentworth Day.

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-There's a story about him

-in a cottage in Essex.

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-The story speaks of him out shooting

-with various lords and princes...

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-..and they took shelter in the

-cottage...

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-..ahead of going shooting the

-following the day.

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-They are making sausages.

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-During this time, they start telling

-ghost stories.

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-I always wanted to find the cottage.

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-I realized that it was part of the

-armed forces.

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-I wrote to them and asked about the

-cottage.

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-It was sitting on a range.

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-I was told that I could visit the

-cottage in August.

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-I met a brother and sister who knew

-about the cottage.

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-I found the brick from that cottage.

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-The remainder of the cottage was in

-ruins.

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-I can't imagine anything better...

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-..than telling stories around the

-fire.

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-Merry Christmas to you!

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-Enjoy your Christmas.

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-We'll hear the carol

-from Rhos Helyg Primary School.

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-Huw has some fashion advice

-and Lowri Cooke visits the cinema.

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-Alison Huw

-reviews an array of cookery books.

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-Join Bedwyr Rees for Arfordir Cymru

-after the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Delyth Wilson fydd yn y gornel steil, gydag amgrymiadau ar gyfer anrhegion i'r rhai sy'n mwynhau bod yn yr ardd. Present ideas for garden lovers & the festive cracker competition continues.


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