Tue, 09 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 09 Feb 2016

Y cyn bêl-droediwr Tomi Morgan fydd yma i drafod y creiriau hynny sy'n bwysig iddo fe. Ex-footballer Tomi Morgan tells us about three things of personal significance in 'Darnau ...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da,

-live from Llanelli.

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-The weather is a lot calmer today

-as Storm Imogen has now passed us.

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-However, Imogen has left her mark

-here in Llanelli.

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-The fire engines are outside

-to ensure our safety.

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-There's work to clean up the debris

-left on the streets of Llanelli.

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-The storm damaged the roof

-of the Tinopolis building.

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-I'm sure that many of you will be

-cooking up a storm in the kitchen...

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-..as it's Pancake Day.

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-Have you had a pancake, today?

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-We had pancakes for breakfast.

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-I had a pancake

-with my morning cuppa.

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-It isn't gardening weather

-but Ieuan is here with his tips.

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-Are you preparing for

-a new arrival in your family?

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-Megan Williams shares advice on

-hospital essentials for a birth.

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-The former footballer, Tomi Morgan

-chats about his prized possessions.

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-It's Shrove Tuesday and Ann Rosser

-is here to discuss its significance.

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-Huw aptly showcases coats

-for the changeable weather.

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-Stay with us for the next

-50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start today's programme

-in the pharmacy with Cathy Irons.

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-Welcome to the studio, Cathy.

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-Thank you.

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-We hope that you are keeping well

-in this rough weather.

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-Today, we're looking at scalp

-conditions and their treatments.

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-Today's topic

-affects half the population.

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-It's dandruff.

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-Lots of people have been asking

-about dandruff treatments.

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-Not many people know

-why we get dandruff.

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-It develops when dead skin

-from the scalp is shed.

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-Our skin cells

-are constantly renewed.

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-However, if something happens

-to this cycle...

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-..more dead skin cells

-can be shed and cause dandruff.

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-You can see the white flakes

-of dandruff on people's clothes.

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-It can be itchy

-and cause inflamed skin.

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-People can become very unhappy

-and uneasy when they have dandruff.

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-Newborns tend to suffer from

-cradle cap, which is very similar.

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-Hard skin can develop

-on the baby's head.

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-Not many children

-suffer from dandruff.

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-The condition can worsen

-as you reach your teens.

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-The condition

-can affect your confidence.

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-It's the last thing you want

-to worry about in your teens.

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-We've got a range of shampoos.

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-Let's start with some treatments.

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-You should wash your hair properly.

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-Some people wash their hair

-too often or not often enough.

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-Wash the hair daily

-with a gentle shampoo.

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-Strong shampoos can strip the

-hair of oils and dry out the scalp.

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-When you rub and scrub the scalp,

-the dandruff will be made worse.

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-Gently rub the scalp.

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-Start with a very gentle

-and sensitive shampoo.

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-If these don't work,

-you can opt for medicated shampoos.

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-There's a fungus that lives

-on the skin and it's harmless.

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-However, it can affect some people.

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-It will affect the skin shedding

-process and cause dandruff.

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-You don't have to suffer in silence

-if you have dandruff.

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-People tend to use

-the wrong products.

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-Lots of shampoos contain oils

-like coconut oil and tea tree oil.

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-These are very good for the scalp.

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-Seboraic dermatitis

-can develop with dandruff.

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-If this develops,

-you will be prescribed a steroid.

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-Coal tar and steroid treatments

-can help your condition.

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-Here are Ieuan's tips on what you

-should do at this time of the year.

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-With all the recent wet

-and windy weather...

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-..there hasn't been a chance

-to venture into the garden...

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-..but today the sun is shining

-and there's a heap of tasks to do.

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-It's time to tidy and clear up.

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-First, wash the greenhouse windows

-to remove stubborn grit and dirt.

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-You need some detergent and some

-elbow grease to clean the glass.

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-It's an important job to do

-at this time of the year...

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-..as it enables the plants inside

-to soak up plenty of sunlight.

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-It's also important

-to disinfect inside the greenhouse.

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-Remove or cover the plants

-until you finish spraying.

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-You don't want to scorch any leaves.

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-Disinfect the glass and frame

-to help clean and remove any fungus.

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-You need to trim raspberry stalks

-right down to the bottom...

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-..to encourage new growth

-and fruit from August onwards.

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-You mustn't do this with raspberries

-that produce in July.

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-Fruit can grow on old stalks

-which grew fruit last year.

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-We need more dry days

-before burning this rubbish.

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-It includes hedgerow

-trimmings from the autumn.

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-If you've got an apple

-and pear tree...

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-..trim them now

-before the spring growth.

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-The job is easier now as the tree is

-bare and the framework is apparent.

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-First, remove any dead,

-broken or tangled branches...

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-..and even those that grow

-in the middle of the tree...

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-..to keep it open

-for sunlight and air.

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-Maintain a cup-shape...

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-..trim long

-or over-grown branches...

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-..and cut back last year's growth

-by a third in length.

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-Trim back to the healthy buds

-that face outwards and not inwards.

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-Don't touch cherry and plums trees

-until the summer.

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-Trimming them now will leave them

-exposed to the silver leaf disease.

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-You might have noticed branches

-that have develop some extra growth.

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-It's a crusty, mossy,

-greyish, green growth.

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-Don't despair as this surface growth

-is completely harmless...

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-..although it can signify

-a lack of vigour in the tree.

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-The growth often appears

-on older trees.

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-It's also encouraged by moisture and

-more apparent after a spell of rain.

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-Exactly like the conditions

-we've had for the past three months!

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-Trimming helps oxygen circulation

-and controls the growth.

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-You can feed the tree

-in order to replenish it.

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-Some people think this growth

-looks demure and primitive...

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-..but if you're one of those

-who think it's unattractive...

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-..you can scrape it away after

-it's dried in the spring sunshine.

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-This has dried out already.

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-But, in my opinion there are more

-pressing things to do in the garden.

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-Welcome back.

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-Over the coming weeks, we'll offer

-advice to expectant mothers...

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-..and prepare you for the birth

-in the company of Megan Williams.

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-Welcome to the programme, Megan.

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-Thank you.

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-Congratulations -

-you haven't got long to go!

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-Yes, I've got over a month to go!

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-The pregnancy has flown.

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-My 18-month old son

-has kept me busy.

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-It's essential to prepare

-a hospital bag before your birth.

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-A month before the birth...

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-..they recommend that you pack

-a hospital bag.

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-Pack two night dresses in the bag.

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-You don't have to buy bottles

-and any formula.

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-The hospital will provide them.

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-Take a wash bag and socks

-to keep your feet warm.

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-This tens machine costs 59.99.

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-I used one when I had Deio.

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-It gives an electric shock

-to relieve any pain.

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-You don't have to spend

-as much money on your second child.

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-I've borrowed many things

-from people for this pregnancy.

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-The tens machine was great

-in the early stage of labour.

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-You can also use a heat pad

-during and after the birth.

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-Lucy struggled to find

-her perfect hospital bag.

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-There are so many available.

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-Don't over-pack your bags.

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-I used a smaller bag to carry around

-with Deio.

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-We also have some breast pads

-and some lanolin cream.

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-The lanolin cream costs 10.

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-There's also a baby essentials bag

-with a changing bag for 4.99.

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-There are plenty of vests,

-baby-grows and mittens.

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-Try to buy coats

-with the mittens on it.

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-If you forget anything

-to take to the hospital...

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-..ask a friend of family

-to bring it in.

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-Don't forget about the car seat

-for the baby.

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-There's also a baby bible

-you can read.

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-Thank you, Megan.

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-Wales and Ireland drew on Sunday

-in the Six Nations Championship.

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-Wales take on Scotland next Saturday

-at Cardiff's Principality Stadium.

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-We're giving a pair of tickets away

-by answering this simple question:

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-What is the traditional dish

-of Scotland?

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-1) cawl, 2) curry, or 3) haggis?

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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 3.00pm tomorrow.

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-are on our website, prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all!

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-We move from rugby to football.

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-Today's guest was a gifted

-footballer, a top coach...

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-..and has been involved with many

-teams within the Welsh League.

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-Tomi Morgan, welcome to the studio.

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-Today, you're here to discuss

-your most treasured possessions.

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-In the past, you spent

-lots of time on the Heno sofa.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-It's great to be back.

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-I like to work in television

-and radio.

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-I also do the red button service

-for S4C.

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-You held the record for being

-the oldest Welsh League player.

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-I was the oldest player in the

-Welsh premiership five years ago.

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-I've trained Aberystwyth

-and Carmarthen teams.

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-The best part of my career

-is being a football coach.

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-I get a chance to get to know

-people and socialise.

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-We've got a school photo from

-Ysgol Bronant near Aberystwyth.

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-It was only a stone's throw

-from my home.

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-It reminds me of my childhood.

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-I have fond memories of my friends.

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-Miss Howells was the headmistress

-at the school at the time.

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-A new headmaster came along

-and introduced football.

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-The school is still open.

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-The school remains open

-but under a different name.

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-How did you start playing football?

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-There are many scouts

-going around schools at the moment.

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-I started out with young teams.

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-When I was 30, I had a knee injury

-and turned to coaching.

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-You've brought in a football medal.

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-I played for Llansantffraid.

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-I didn't expect any success

-with the team.

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-The medal is from

-the 1996 Welsh Cup.

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-You were one of the scorers.

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-I was responsible for many goals.

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-I was part of a talented team.

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-Barry and TNS were playing

-on the weekend.

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-It was great to see Barry

-climbing back to the top.

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-Back in the day,

-Barry were a successful team.

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-TNS have seemed to take over.

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-There's also an oil tank

-among your possessions.

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-My daily job is to sell oil or

-diesel to farms around Aberystwyth.

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-I work as a sales rep

-with O J Williams.

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-The company is

-from the Cardigan area.

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-I've been working for this company

-for 15 years.

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-We've gained a lot of custom.

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-It's a great way to get the know

-the area and its people.

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-We meet local characters

-who are frugal with their money!

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-Thank you, Tomi.

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-We have special visitors

-in the studio.

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-They are from the Llanelli area.

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-I also have to thank the Tabernacle

-Cultural Society in Dolgellau...

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-..for welcoming me to talk

-about the weather, last week.

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-All the best to the president,

-Gwyndaf Roberts.

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-We hope he makes a speedy recovery

-and returns home from hospital soon.

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-That's it from us for now so join

-us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The fire engines have secured

-the outside area...

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-..and the shutters have opened!

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-Still to come on the programme,

-we celebrate Shrove Tuesday.

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-Huw also showcases coats

-to suit the changeable weather.

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-Don't forget about our competition!

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-We're giving away a pair of tickets

-to Saturday's Wales v Scotland game.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-What is the traditional dish

-of Scotland?

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-1) cawl, 2) curry, or 3) haggis?

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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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-Full terms and conditions

-are on our website, prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all!

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-As we already know,

-today is Shrove Tuesday.

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-In a moment, we'll hear more

-about its history with Ann Rosser.

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-First, Heledd Gwyndaf tells us why

-we're a nation of pancake lovers.

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-Pancakes have stood

-the test of time.

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-Archaeological evidence shows that

-pancakes were the first grain foods.

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-They're also consumed

-all over the world.

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-Perhaps because

-they're easy to prepare.

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-All you need is a cow, a hen

-and a field of yellow wheat...

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-..or milk, eggs and flour.

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-In Wales and other

-Commonwealth countries...

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-..pancakes are associated with

-Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day.

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-It's the day before Lent

-when all bad foods must be used up.

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-However, how easy is it

-to toss and catch a pancake?

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-What is your experience

-of tossing pancakes?

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-My experience is rather positive.

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-However, the pan's size, shape

-and temperature must be perfect.

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-I can't promise perfect conditions

-but do you mind having a go?

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-Hooray! That was a great success.

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-Emma, how many pancakes

-have you tossed?

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-I've attempted it several times

-but only a few have been successful.

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-Let's see your attempt.

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-Oh!

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-Oh!

-

-It has flipped.

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-Half of the pancake has flipped.

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-The pancake wants to escape!

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-Rebecca, you're the winner

-of this contest.

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-Good luck and enjoy

-your pancake tossing.

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-Happy Shrove Tuesday.

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-I didn't have time to toss pancakes

-this morning.

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-Ann Rosser joins us now.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-Why are celebrating

-Shrove Tuesday today?

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-'Shrove' comes from 'shrive'

-meaning absolution for sins.

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-Shrove Tuesday is a day

-that precedes Ash Wednesday.

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-Ash Wednesday

-is the first day of Lent.

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-Lent is a Christian-based 40-day

-fasting period leading up to Easter.

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-Shrove Tuesday

-is associated with Christianity.

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-It reminds us of the time

-that Christ was in the desert.

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-The conditions were dry.

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-Lent is a time where we dry out!

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-Pancakes were traditionally

-eaten on Shrove Tuesday...

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-..to use up foods like eggs and milk

-before a 40-day fasting Lent period.

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-We also give up meat and fish.

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-We eat them all before Lent

-so we don't have any temptation.

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-Shrove Tuesday is an important term.

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-'Shrove' comes from 'shrive'

-meaning absolution for sins.

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-You were shriven.

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-The term Mardi Gras is also

-associated with this period.

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-They are refer to it as Fat Tuesday.

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-Mardi Gras was traditionally a time

-of celebration.

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-Adults and children enjoy pancakes.

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-Children would also go around

-and recite verses and make pancakes.

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-There are many famous verses

-that were sung.

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-Poor people had a chance

-to collect food.

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-There are pancake races

-with the frying pans.

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-Many villages in England

-continue this tradition.

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-In Westminster...

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-..there's a competition between

-the House of Commons and the media.

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-They are raising money in aid

-of disabled children.

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-What will you be giving up for Lent?

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-I hope to give chocolate up

-for Lent.

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-I wasn't aware a lot of giving up

-something for Lent.

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-Thank you, Ann.

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-Still to come on the programme,

-Huw showcases some winter coats.

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-Today, the weather has improved

-after yesterday's storms.

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-I'll be looking at coats that are

-perfect for this changeable weather.

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-Join us after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-We've got an event to announce.

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-Bois y Rhedyn perform and it's 5

-for adults and 2.50 for children.

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-It's cosy and warm with Huw

-as he's showcasing coats today.

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-Yes. We're surrounded by coats.

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-The weather is very changeable.

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-The shops are full of new coats.

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-Marks and Spencer and Debenhams

-stock lots of new season coats.

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-However, we don't need a variety

-of coats due to the weather.

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-Hana is our first model.

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-She looks very smart

-in this detailed coat.

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-It hides the zip

-and keeps away rain and wind.

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-It makes the coat look neater too.

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-This jacket is great

-because it has a detachable hood.

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-I always like to buy a detachable

-hood as it provides two looks.

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-If you buy a coat with a fur trim,

-make sure that it can be removed.

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-The fur can grow to look

-a little tired with time.

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-You can pull in the waist of

-the coat to give you more shape.

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-This coat isn't suitable

-for very cold weather.

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-You will have to wear

-Emma looks very sophisticated.

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-in the wind and rain.

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-There aren't any details that

-will give away this coat's age.

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-It will last for seasons.

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-You should invest in good

-hangers for your wool jackets.

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-They should be wooden hangers

-or ones with plenty of padding.

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-If you're putting a coat in storage,

-make sure you wrap it up well.

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-You could use a suit cover to make

-sure that you safeguard garments.

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-You should make sure that moths

-don't enter the suit covers.

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-They will bite through your clothes.

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-Next, we have a bright coat

-for the spring and summer months.

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-This is a much lighter quilted coat.

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-There isn't a storm flap

-on this coat.

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-It will be good for the cold weather

-but it isn't water proof.

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-It's only water resistant

-and not water proof.

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-This is a fashionable colour

-that will keep you warm.

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-However, if we're going to see more

-of the stormy wind and rain...

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-..this isn't the best coat.

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-It's a great coat to keep

-in the back of the car.

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-Emma has returned

-with another quilted coat.

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-It's a long length.

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-Short coats don't cover

-the tops of your legs.

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-It's a miserable feeling.

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-There are lots of quilted coats

-on the high street.

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-There's some interesting stitches

-on the waist of this jacket.

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-Light colours are everywhere

-at the moment.

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-It's the sign of spring.

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-That's it from us today.

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-On Heno at 7.00pm, Catrin Thomas is

-in the studio to flip some pancakes.

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-Elin meets a gentleman who's

-undergone a hair transplant.

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-The actress, Emily Tucker

-also chats on the sofa.

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

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-On Wednesday's Prynhawn Da,

-we open our weekly Book Club.

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-Alison Huw

-discusses romantic nibbles.

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-The news and weather on S4C

-is followed by Pryd o Ser.

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Y cyn bêl-droediwr Tomi Morgan fydd yma i drafod y creiriau hynny sy'n bwysig iddo fe. Ex-footballer Tomi Morgan tells us about three things of personal significance in 'Darnau Ohonof'.


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