Tue, 22 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 22 Dec 2015

Yy canwr Ken Thomas fydd yn ymuno â ni am sgwrs a chân Nadoligaidd. Ken Thomas sings a Christmas song and Elen Van Bodegom offers tips on laying the table on Christmas Day.


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-Hello and welcome

-to Tuesday's Prynhawn Da.

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-The phone lines for our Christmas

-Cracker Competition are open.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44.

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-We'll give you the question shortly.

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-Today, Cathy Irons has advice for

-those who overdo it at Christmas.

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-Ken Thomas from Neath

-performs the song, Dathlu'r Nadolig.

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-Elen van Bodegom decorates

-our tables for the Christmas dinner.

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-Rhodri Gomer meets Jane Holmes

-and hears her incredible story.

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-We also view the prized possessions

-of Gwawr Lewis Jones...

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-..the chairperson of the

-Carmarthenshire Young Farmers' Club.

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-Join Sian and me for all this

-and more on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-There's still some great prizes

-left to be won.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Today's question

-comes from Beti George.

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-Which Welsh singer performed

-the song, Walking In the Air?

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-1) Aled Jones, 2) Aled Puw,

-or 3) Aled Davies?

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-I hope you know the answer

-because I do!

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-Merry Christmas

-and a Happy New Year to you all.

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-Which Welsh singer performed

-the song, Walking In the Air?

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-1) Aled Jones, 2) Aled Puw,

-or 3) Aled Davies?

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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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-Many of us overindulge

-on food and drink at Christmas.

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-If you think that you're likely

-to be one of those people...

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-..then our pharmacist, Cathy Irons

-is here to help.

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-Welcome to the programme, Cathy.

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-It's fair to say that people do eat

-and drink too much at Christmas.

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-We are all looking forward

-to the festive feast!

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-There's no point for me to tell you

-not to overdo it.

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-We are all going to do it!

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-I'm here to help you

-get over the worse.

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-We all over eat and over drink

-and don't do any exercise.

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-In weather like today, we all like

-to stay in and watch the box.

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-Don't forget that nobody knows

-your body better than you.

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-It's important that you process

-everything you put into your body.

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-Everyone will over eat

-on Christmas Day.

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-Keep Rennies or indigestion medicine

-at hand for moments like this.

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-Zantak is a stronger medicine

-that aids indigestion.

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-It eases the acids in your stomach.

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-Many people suffer from constipation

-at this time of year.

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-Keep some Fibrogel in the house.

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-Keep some Fybogel in the house.

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-My best advice

-is to drink plenty of water.

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-Drink water before you eat

-as you will feel fuller.

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-There was a study recently...

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-..that claimed that the best way to

-avoid a hangover...

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-..was to not to drink!

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-That's quite obvious!

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-Don't mix your drinks...

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-..and bubbles in fizzy alcoholic

-drinks will go to your head.

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-It's important to stay hydrated

-when you drink alcohol.

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-Keep some painkillers

-in your medicine cabinets.

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-Don't forget about creams

-and potions...

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-..that ease burns

-from cooking in the kitchen.

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-Cris Dafis mentioned yesterday that

-there are more accidents at home...

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-..during the festive period

-than any other period.

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-Keep antiseptic creams as well

-for those little ones...

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-..who have accidents

-on their new bikes.

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-It's also the cold and flu season.

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-Keep tablets in the home

-to help with these ailments.

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-Don't take tablets after eating.

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-It's important to take your

-medication before eating.

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-Thank you, Cathy.

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-Merry Christmas to you.

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-And to you all too.

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-Don't forget to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Which Welsh singer performed

-the song, Walking In the Air?

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-1) Aled Jones, 2) Aled Puw,

-or 3) Aled Davies?

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-After the break...

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-..Ken Thomas joins us for a chat

-and also entertains us with a song.

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-Get dialling now

-and we'll see you shortly.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-There's still time to enter today's

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-You could win one of the fantastic

-prizes that are in our crackers.

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-We've got a sewing machine

-and some beautiful jewellery.

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-We've got two iPad Airs

-up for grabs.

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-Research claims that iPads are

-good for your health.

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-Please don't tell my son!

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-Beti George

-has today's all-important question.

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-Which Welsh singer performed

-the song, Walking In the Air?

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-1) Aled Jones, 2) Aled Puw,

-or 3) Aled Davies?

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-I hope you know the answer

-because I do!

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-Merry Christmas

-and a Happy New Year to you all.

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-Which Welsh singer performed

-the song, Walking In the Air?

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-1) Aled Jones, 2) Aled Puw,

-or 3) Aled Davies?

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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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-It's time to meet our musical guest

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Ken Thomas from Neath.

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-Welcome to the programme, Ken.

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-You're going to be

-singing for us today...

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-..but you've got some company too.

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-Who's performing with you?

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-My youngest son, Steffan

-and my friend, Huw Browning...

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-..will be performing with me today.

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-Huw is part of a choir

-that I belong to.

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-We've had a lot of success

-as a choir.

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-It's great to be part of a choir.

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-There's a great atmosphere.

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-I'm also active with Menter Iaith

-Castell-nedd Port Talbot.

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-I'm part of the committee.

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-We've also made

-a special festive video.

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-I also compose songs

-with another choir member.

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-Branwen Lewis has listened

-and developed a song.

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-What's the name of your song?

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-Today's song

-is called Dathlu'r Nadolig.

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-Today's song is festive.

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-I was inspired from working

-with the school in Ystalyfera.

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-Whilst Ken prepares

-for today's performance...

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-..here's a reminder of our Christmas

-Cracker Competition question.

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-Which Welsh singer performed

-the song, Walking In the Air?

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-1) Aled Jones, 2) Aled Puw,

-or 3) Aled Davies?

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-Ken is in place

-and ready to perform.

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-Today, he's performing

-Dathlu'r Nadolig.

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-He's joined by his son, Steffan

-and Huw Browning.

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-# I wake up on a cold morning

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-# And gazed at the dawn

-through the window

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-# Glistening snow

-blankets the hillside

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-# Christmas has arrived

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-# Celebrating Christmas with friends

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-# But remembering

-the unfortunate souls in the world

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-# It's a time

-for everyone to be together

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-# As one big, happy family

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-# Opening Christmas presents

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-# Thanking friends for their gifts

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-# Enjoying a feast

-and laughing through the day

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-# Surrounded by great company

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-# Celebrating Christmas with friends

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-# But remembering

-the unfortunate souls in the world

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-# It's a time

-for everyone to be together

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-# As one big, happy family

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-# We must count our blessings

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-# And send our love across the world

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-# Celebrating Christmas with friends

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-# But remembering

-the unfortunate souls in the world

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-# It's a time

-for everyone to be together

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-# As one big, happy family

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-# Celebrating Christmas with friends

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-# But remembering

-the unfortunate souls in the world

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-# It's a time

-for everyone to be together

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-# As one big, happy family #

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-APPLAUSE

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-Thanks to Ken

-for that beautiful song.

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-There's still time to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-You could win an amazing prize

-by simply calling 08443 35 12 44.

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-After the break, Elen van Bodegom

-sets our Christmas table.

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-There's also the incredible story

-of Jane Holmes from Lampeter.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-There's a matter of minutes left

-to enter our cracker competition.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44

-and answer a very easy question.

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-Get dialling

-as this could be your lucky day.

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-The vast majority of us have

-put up our Christmas decorations.

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-Today, Elen van Bodegom

-has some ideas...

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-..on decorating the table

-for your Christmas dinner.

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-Welcome to the programme, Elen.

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-You look very festive.

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-Thank you.

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-It's important to

-set a beautiful table.

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-You go to the effort of making

-a delicious meal...

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-..so it's important to showcase it.

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-We start with some glitz.

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-It's all silver and glass.

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-The plates are from Homesense

-and start from 2.99.

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-The plates are a good price

-and are quite thick too.

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-There's also a matching candlestick.

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-We've also got a jar.

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-Silver can be quite cold.

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-If you mix it with glass

-then it adds warmth to the look.

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-The napkin ring

-is 1.69 from Dunelm.

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-The napkin ring adds a touch

-of class to the whole affair.

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-There's also some silver chocolates.

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-The next look is very popular.

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-It looks very traditional.

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-It's various shades of red.

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-The star-shaped glass dish

-is 10 from Next.

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-I've filled it

-with Christmas items...

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-..such as chestnuts

-and dried oranges.

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-There's a matching set of plates.

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-I don't want to knock

-everything over...

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-..but want to reach for the slate.

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-It's a Christmas tree...

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-..but it comes in

-a star-shaped version too.

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-Slate is great and hardy.

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-You could use the slate

-to serve cheese too.

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-Next, we've got our gold theme.

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-The hessian table mat

-is 7 from Next.

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-It's 9.99 for the crackers

-from Dunelm.

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-I don't know

-what's inside the crackers.

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-I've only chosen these crackers

-for their colour!

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-I know that Rhodri

-has got his eye on the sweets.

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-I've got some of the chocolates

-that match the dinner set.

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-I've taken out the other colours.

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-Our cameramen have eaten

-a lot of the sweets.

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-There's another traditional look.

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-The red table mat

-is 1.99 from Dunelm.

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-Everyone has a set of white plates.

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-You can decorate them

-with holly from the garden.

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-I've also made some place settings.

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-There's baubles and pegs.

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-It adds a personal touch

-to the table.

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-We've got more plates.

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-These are from Homesense

-and the true shades of Christmas.

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-There's also a garland and a candle.

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-We've been sampling an array

-of Christmas delicacies.

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-Today, we put some sausage rolls

-to the test.

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-Our panel of testers are Cathy,

-Mari and Elen.

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-You've already tasted the

-three different sausage rolls.

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-Let's start with the first one.

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-I really liked these.

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-The pastry was light...

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-..but the sausage meat wasn't very

-nice.

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-They might taste better

-when they are warm.

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-I really liked the one that I tried.

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-There wasn't too much pastry.

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-The sausage meat was quite tasty.

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-They look very similar.

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-Mari's sausages are smaller.

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-My sausage rolls are much smaller!

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-I was disappointed by their size.

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-I didn't like the sausage meat.

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-The first one got 19 out of 30.

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-Cathy's plate was 22 out of 30.

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-Mari's plate was 20 out of 30.

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-The first sausage roll...

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-..is sold in a pack of 24

-at Asda for 2.24 so that's 9p each.

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-Our second sausage roll...

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-..is by Marks and Spencer is 12

-for 2 which works out as 16p each.

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-The third sausage roll...

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-..is 1.19 for a pack of 20 at Aldi

-so they are 5p each.

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-It seems that you get what

-you pay for!

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-Number two is our winner.

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-Cathy can take them home with her.

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-I've got some Gaviscon for

-you all too.

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-Cancer Research UK

-claims that lung cancer...

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-..is responsible for 22%

-of all the deaths in Britain.

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-The charity is eager to raise

-awareness about the disease.

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-Rhodri Gomer met an inspiring lady

-who is recovering from the illness.

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-I was diagnosed with

-lung cancer last May.

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-I underwent radiotherapy,

-chemotherapy...

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-..before having an operation

-in June this year.

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-Four months later,

-I ran the Snowdonia Marathon.

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-Running any marathon

-is a massive feat...

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-..but the Snowdonia Marathon

-is among the toughest of its kind.

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-Why did this Welsh learner from

-Ffarmers take up this challenge?

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-Having had the surgery,

-we were told by a consultant...

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-..that one in three people

-will be here in a year's time.

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-When the Snowdonia Marathon

-came up...

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-..I thought if I was fit

-I would do it.

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-Running has played

-an important part Jane's life.

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-When she moved to West Wales

-with her husband, Stephen...

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-..joining a local running club

-seemed like a natural thing to do.

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-Everyone was incredibly shocked

-as she's very fit.

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-She never smoked or drank

-and lead a healthy lifestyle.

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-The stigma that associates smokers

-with lung cancer should be quashed.

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-But Jane's healthy lifestyle proves

-it can affect anyone at any time.

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-Over 10% of cases

-are found in non-smokers.

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-Early symptoms include a cough

-which lasts for over fortnight.

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-If the cough persists,

-seek medical advice.

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-Other symptoms include

-bloodstained sputum...

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-..breathlessness, chest pains, or

-fatigue is another sign of cancer.

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-The fitter you are

-the more acute the treatment can be.

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-If you've suffered from bronchitis

-or a similar ailment...

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-..you should opt for

-less abrasive treatment.

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-Having a healthy lung means there's

-a greater chance of getting better.

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-Recent research shows that Wales

-ranks 28th out of 29th in Europe...

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-..in terms of five-year

-survival rates for lung cancer.

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-Only 9% reach this milestone...

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-..but raising awareness and funds

-for the cause is important to Jane.

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-They decided to raise money for the

-Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.

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-Activities have taken place and the

-community has extended its support.

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-The current sum raised

-is close to 2,015.

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-Following treatment what was it like

-to complete the Snowdonia Marathon?

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-Crossing the finish line was great

-and the running club was also there.

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-I felt well-supported

-and pleased that I completed it.

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-Jane has had further tests

-and the results are promising.

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-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-is still with us.

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-She's already been testing

-sausage rolls.

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-What delights do you have for us

-on tonight's Heno, Mari?

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-The Christmas Cracker Competition

-continues on Heno at 7.00pm.

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-You could win one of the amazing

-prizes that are still left.

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-I could be calling one of you

-live on tonight's Heno.

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-My guest in the studio is the

-mezzo-soprano, Sioned Terry.

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-There's some festive music

-from the girl group, Pheena.

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-It's a real feel-good song.

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-Our expert on food and drink,

-Alison Huw is in the studio...

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-..with various suggestions

-on festive tipples.

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-We've got more messages...

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-..from those people who can't make

-it home to Wales for Christmas.

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-Thank you, Mari.

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-Stand by your phones if you entered

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-We'll be calling one lucky viewer

-after the break.

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-Gwawr Lewis Jones joins us to reveal

-her most prized possessions.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-If you entered

-our Christmas Cracker Competition...

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-..make sure

-that you're close to your phone.

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-There's some amazing prizes

-to be won this year.

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-We've still got two iPads

-waiting for a new home.

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-There's a sewing machine.

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-We've also got a DVD player.

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-The remaining crackers

-are 27, 30, 31, 33 and 34.

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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 Marion Davies.

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-I'm in Newcastle Emlyn.

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-The remaining crackers

-are 27, 30, 31, 33 and 34.

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-I'll have number 30.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations,

-you've won an iPad Air.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Are you happy with your prize?

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-Yes, that's wonderful.

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-They are meant to be good for you.

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-Merry Christmas to you.

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-Merry Christmas to everyone

-on the programme.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Today's gift is antibiotics

-for a sick child.

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-In many countries, it's difficult

-for children to see a doctor...

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-..so Christian Aid has mobile

-clinics to offer antibiotics.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-We close today's programme by

-looking at the prized possessions...

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-..of Gwawr Lewis Jones.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You're originally

-from the village of Alma.

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-The area of Alma sits

-between Meidrim and Trelech...

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-..in Carmarthenshire.

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-There was a school in Alma.

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-Four schools in the area merged

-and formed Hafodwenog School.

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-It's a very rural area.

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-It's a busy area.

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-We start with the book,

-Caneuon Ffydd.

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-I've used that book a lot!

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-Attending chapel and chapel life

-is very important to me.

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-I've recently been appointed as the

-person who encourages the singing...

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-..at Capel y Graig chapel

-in Trelech.

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-I've had some

-incredible opportunities...

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-..thanks to my life in the chapel.

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-Many young people

-in the Trelech area...

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-..belong to the drama group

-that's run by the chapel.

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-I tried to encourage people to sing.

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-There's three of us

-who do this task.

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-I'm simply one of them!

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-Singing has always been important

-to me since I was a young girl.

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-I'm lucky enough to sing in choirs

-with the school, Young Farmers...

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-..the Aelwyd Hafodwenog singing

-group and the Cor Seingar choir.

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-Cor Seingar has just released a CD.

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-We had a concert in Water Street

-in Carmarthen.

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-There was also a flashmob

-in Carmarthen.

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-The next item

-is a picture of a farm.

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-The picture is of the family farm

-in Meidrim.

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-I don't live

-at the family farm any more...

0:38:230:38:27

-..as I have my own home

-in Carmarthen.

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-I'm a bit of a townie now!

0:38:330:38:39

-After Dat-cu died, I bought

-his old house from my aunt...

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-..and the picture was one

-of the items left in that house.

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-The picture depicts the

-farming methods used by Dat-cu...

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-..which is very different

-to the way people farm today.

0:38:520:38:59

-A storm brought down a number

-of the trees...

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-..in the photograph.

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-It's a photograph from the 1970s.

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-Farming is important in my life as I

-work as a producer on S4C's Ffermio.

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-There's also a special chain.

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-I'm not sure if I should call

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-I was elected the chairperson

-of the YFC in Carmarthenshire...

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-..in November.

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-It was a real honour

-to have this post.

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-I've had so much from the YFC.

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-It's done so much for me...

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-..that I wanted to give something

-back to the movement.

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-The YFC has played an important part

-of my life for many years.

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-I've been a member of the YFC club

-at Penybont since the age of twelve.

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-The Penybont YFC was very small

-when I first joined it...

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-..but it has grown over the years

-and enjoyed a lot of success.

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-We have an annual rally in May.

0:40:410:40:51

-There's also a dance

-in Swansea tonight.

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-It should be an interesting night.

0:40:560:41:04

-I need to go home to get

-my hair done.

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-Where are you this Christmas?

0:41:070:41:12

-I'll spend Christmas in Pwll Trap

-with my aunt and mother.

0:41:120:41:16

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:170:41:21

-You could win an amazing prize in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

0:41:210:41:25

-Arfordir Cymru follows the news

-and weather on S4C.

0:41:250:41:29

-Today, they travel from Porth Meudwy

-and on towards Abersoch.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

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Yy canwr Ken Thomas fydd yn ymuno â ni am sgwrs a chân Nadoligaidd. Ken Thomas sings a Christmas song and Elen Van Bodegom offers tips on laying the table on Christmas Day.


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