Bydd Carys Tudor yn rhannu tips glanhau, a byddwn yn blasu gwinoedd sy'n berffaith ar gyfer yr haf. Carys Tudor will share some cleaning tips, and we'll taste wines perfect for ...
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-You can also get elements
-It isn't as pungent of Sauvignon
-I usually don't like white wine...
-..but I quite like this one.
-Sauvignon stays on the palate.
-It's light and crispy.
-You can make white wine out
-of red grapes.
-I've peeled them for you.
-Almost every grape is white inside.
-You can make champagne
-with these grapes.
-How do they make red wine?
-The colour comes from skin.
-We move on to Sardinia.
-Next, we have the
-Vermentino di Sardegna wine.
-It's quite fragranced.
-All of these are lovely.
-There's a lemon-waxy aroma.
-I prefer the first one.
-Yes, it was lighter.
-You can drink this wine
-with fish and white meat.
-Pick up a bottle of Vermentino di
-Sardegna at Morrisons for 5.50.
-It's a great price.
-How does the last one compare?
-We also have Tesco Finest
-Torrontes, Salta white wine.
-The Torrontes, Salta
-is an Argentinean white wine.
-I don't know the parentage.
-It has a strong aroma.
-It's got flavours of rose.
-I like the first and last wine.
-They are perfect summer wines.
-Thank you, Dylan.
-Our viewers are fantastic in getting
-in touch with us with their stories.
-This time, we want to hear
-about your life changing stories.
-Has something changed your life?
-It can be something simple from
-a new career, memorable holiday...
-..starting a business
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-Contact us with your stories.
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-Drop us a line on 01554 880 880,
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-We look forward to hearing from you.
-Whilst momentum builds
-for the Anglesey Eisteddfod...
-..Abergavenny is reflecting on
-its superb Eisteddfod last year.
-It visited the area for only a week
-but has left a lasting legacy.
-Here to discuss the aftermath
-of 2016 Abergavenny Eisteddfod...
-..is Rhiannon Davies, Rosemary
-Williams and Helen Middleton.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Let's take a look back.
-It was a wonderful Eisteddfod.
-What were the highlights?
-It was a fantastic Eisteddfod
-It was great.
-I was ordained.
-It was a special Eisteddfod for me.
-It was great to see the return
-of the side to the area.
-The event was at the heart
-of the town.
-This made a difference
-in terms of transport.
-We didn't think it would come
-to the town but it did.
-It also gave us a lot more
-The first Eisteddfod came
-to Abergavenny back in 1913.
-Edna Edwards wanted to bring
-the Eisteddfod back to the area.
-We are proud that an Eisteddfod
-is available locally now.
-It showcases the talents
-of the young.
-The local Eisteddfod has grown.
-Edna had hoped that the National
-Eisteddfod would come to the area.
-After 100 years, it did come.
-There are many events that have been
-There are many events taken place in
-the area following the Eisteddfod.
-There's an Urdd group and
-a ladies choir been set up.
-A local newspaper
-has also been established.
-What type of reaction did you have?
-The response was great and we had
-support from the local schools.
-We had preliminary rounds with the
-primary and secondary schools...
-..a week before.
-Helen promotes the competing
-with the adults.
-I collect the forms for adults
-who take part in the Eisteddfod.
-There are some new names on the list
-People are more aware of the local
-Eisteddfod in Abergavenny.
-We also have to mention the concert.
-On the 17th, there
-will be preliminary rounds.
-There's also a concert.
-But the entire day feels
-like a concert.
-If you live in the area,
-make sure you pop over.
-Come and join us for the day at our
-local Eisteddfod in Abergavenny.
-After the break...
-..we discuss The Beatles album,
-Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club...
-..and its influence
-on modern-day music.
-We also remind you
-of our competition.
-You can win some camping gear
-for the Bank Holiday weekend.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Fifty years ago,
-The Beatles released...
-..the Sgt Pepper's
-Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
-Our music maestro, Phil Davies is
-here to discuss its influence today.
-Before we chat,
-let's head down memory lane.
-was an immense movement.
-They were out there
-leading the revolution.
-We don't want to do
-what we've done already.
-Where do you go next?
-Well you make great art.
-They had an idea of making an alter
-ego called Sergeant Pepper.
-They were the first to do albums
-that weren't soundtracks...
-Dozens and dozens of takes.
-Even the engineers were amazed with
-what the Beatles asked them to do.
-Phil Davies has joined us.
-Welcome to the programme.
-They changed music.
-What was so special about the album?
-It was revolutionary.
-The Beatles toured a lot.
-They were more popular than Jesus!
-Their first album was produced
-in a day.
-Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
-took a lot longer.
-They wanted to experiment
-It was something new.
-The engineers were shocked
-about what they asked for.
-The engineers had to think about it.
-A Day In a Life was penned
-by looking at a newspaper.
-They were clever with the titles
-of the songs.
-They also changed their image.
-It was also a time
-when they experiment with LSD.
-LSD was the acronym for
-Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.
-When I'm Sixty-Four
-was a tribute to old jazz songs.
-He reminded Paul of his father.
-We never have thought back then
-that Jon would have been murdered.
-America had a different version
-of the songs.
-I recall listening to Kenny Everett
-playing exclusives of the tracks...
-..on Radio One.
-The album cover was designed by
-They wanted Hitler and Ghandi on the
-cover but were refused.
-Instead, they had a host
-..and the band in the mop-tops.
-The album also come with lyrics.
-We've got the ideal competition for
-a Bank Holiday and Urdd Eisteddfod.
-Here's Steff with the details.
-Hello, I'm Steff the weatherman
-and it's glorious out here today.
-Summer is approaching
-and the days are longer.
-This prize is ideal for me and those
-who enjoy camping and the outdoors.
-There's everything from
-a sleeping bag to keep you warm...
-..and a camping mat
-to stay comfortable.
-There's something to keep the
-children quiet and the tent itself.
-You can dine on the barbecue
-and eat out of some fine crockery.
-That's the prize but my ice cream
-is melting so I need to eat it.
-Yes, it's a fantastic prize.
-You can enter by answering
-this simple question.
-Where is this year's Lions tour?
-1) Japan, 2) France
-or 3) New Zealand?
-Call us with your answer
-on 08443 35 12 44.
-Our phone lines close at 3.00pm
-Entrants must be 18 years and over.
-Don't call after the lines close
-as you may still be charged.
-Terms and conditions
-are on the S4C website...
-It's as simple as that,
-so get dialling now.
-Mari has joined us now.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What delights are on Heno at 7.00pm?
-Elin Fflur is in Deiniolen
-visiting Ysgol Gwaun Gynfi.
-The school has devised a book
-to make learning fun and humorous.
-It's a music book.
-has a remarkable story for us.
-He reports on an Irish-born horse
-that's been trained in Wales.
-It's gained success
-at horse jumping races in England.
-Terry Davies joins me on the sofa.
-Terry is a former
-He was also a former Lions.
-His book has been voted the best
-rugby books of the year.
-We remind you of our competition
-to win a tent and camping gear.
-Thank you, Mari.
-After the break, Carys Tudor
-shares her spring cleaning tips.
-Grab your brush and duster
-and we'll be back with you shortly.
-As the weather improves
-and the days get longer...
-..more sunlight is being
-shone through our windows.
-This is great but it shows the dust
-that's been hiding over the winter.
-It's time for a spring clean
-and Carys is here with her tips.
-You are going to make
-our lives easier.
-Yes, these are my cleaning tips.
-You could use them
-throughout the year...
-..but I think that
-these are better for summer.
-Vinegar is great for cleaning glass.
-I hate the smell of vinegar
-..but you can add herbs, fruit skins
-or flower petals inside...
-..to improve the smell.
-You can easily change the aroma.
-It will definitely change
-the aroma of the white vinegar.
-You still have
-the vinegar positives...
-..but with a wonderful smell.
-Rather than using lemon and salt
-to clean, use grapefruit.
-It will leave the item with
-a wonderful summer aroma.
-You can use the other citrus fruits
-to change the aroma.
-Grapefruit and oranges work well.
-If you have any marked glass,
-use potato skin on it to clean.
-When glasses have gone
-to look a bit dull...
-will help to clean it up.
-It will clean the glass.
-If you have any bottles
-or cartons that smell...
-..place a spoonful of mustard
-and hot water into the bottle...
-..and leave for an hour.
-It should rid of the smell and you
-use once again for food and drink.
-Place newspaper under your
-black bags in your rubbish bin.
-This will hold any liquids that
-leak out of the bags...
-..and will neutralise any aromas.
-That's a good tip.
-If the children's sandals
-scuff the floor...
-..use a tennis ball to clean.
-is a just what you need.
-You should try it in a small corner
-if you have expensive flooring.
-If your drains smell
-during the warm weather...
-..put four alka-seltzers
-and vinegar down the plug hole.
-Leave it for 30 minutes
-and wash through with warm water.
-Crush the four tablets.
-Only use a small amount of vinegar.
-If the sun shows up the dust,
-use tumble-dryer sheets to dust.
-The static collects dust and will
-stop dust sticking in the future.
-It leaves a layer of repellent.
-Keep a tissue box in the car to hold
-any sweet papers or small rubbish.
-This makes life a lot easier.
-Put place mats on the shelves
-of the fridge...
-..to catch any drips from dips
-There place mats were 50p.
-You won't have to remove
-the whole shelf to clean.
-There's no excuse now!
-Galeri, Caernarfon is currently home
-to an unusual exhibition.
-Llanuwchllyn-born, Gareth Owen
-is an artist and poet...
-..and has combined both aspects
-to coincide with his autobiography.
-Elin went to find out more.
-The Gareth Owen exhibition at Galeri
-is a collection of 30 images...
-..that summarize all things that
-have influenced his life and work.
-They also combine his interest
-in art and poetry.
-The exhibition opened
-a few weeks ago.
-I've created a name, which is a
-combination of the Welsh words...
-..for photographs and a four-line
-You could share the collection
-out into different categories.
-There are memorials for friends,
-..and conceptual pieces.
-Over the years,
-I've been very aware of my audience.
-The motivation was to combine
-two of my interests...
-..my love of visual art and
-I saw the possibility of combining
-both elements together.
-As part of the exhibition, Gareth
-is holding a session...
-..with pupils of Llanrug Primary
-School to teach them...
-..of their artistic style.
-I'm looking forward
-to the two sessions.
-I'll bring the children down to see
-the work in the exhibition...
-..chat to them about it, before they
-create their own practical work.
-We've seen Gareth's work and we're
-attempting to recreate his work.
-We're making the fish.
-We're put the fish on the paper
-and it gives a 3D effect.
-I've really enjoyed and
-I'd like to come back again.
-At the exhibition, I took a detailed
-look at Gareth's work...
-..and heard how much of an
-inspiration is hometown has been.
-Llanuwchllyn has very much
-influenced my work.
-The Tryweryn Valley is nearby and
-there's a story of a white gate...
-..and on the gates were verses.
-A poet would walk past
-and would write a couplet...
-..and expected another poet
-to walk past and complete it.
-This story caught my imagination
-and I imagined the drowned valley...
-..with the gate rising and floating
-on the surface of the water.
-Gareth has written an autobiography
-to coincide with the exhibition.
-As a former art teacher at
-Ysgol y Berwyn Secondary School...
-..poet, actor and stage designer,
-he has plenty to fill the pages.
-I play on words in the text
-of my autobiography.
-It's a photographic autobiography.
-I felt that I could tell my story
-through my artwork.
-People could say that I've been
-..but my autobiography is telling
-my story through my images.
-Many of the images are a memorial
-to Gareth's friends.
-There are also pieces to
-remember of Gareth's parents.
-Gareth's father, Ifor Owen
-was a big influence on his work.
-My parents cared for me and
-were a big influence on my work.
-My father influenced me,
-he was a fantastic artist...
-..and was also the editor
-of the comic, Hwyl!
-I recall the enjoyment he had of
-creating the work in the kitchen.
-I hope people will
-enjoy the exhibition.
-The exhibition runs until 2 June
-at Galeri, Caernarfon.
-Pop over if you're in the vicinity.
-After the break...
-..we chat to Carys Swain
-and meet a few of her friends.
-You can meet them shortly.
-It's time for us to hear about
-the prized possessions...
-..of Carys Swain of Porthcawl.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Tell us a bit about yourself.
-I'm originally from Cardiff and was
-raised in Tonteg and Llantrisant.
-I was a student at
-Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari.
-I've been living in Porthcawl
-for the past 15 years.
-I started my career as a Welsh tutor
-whilst working at the CBAC offices.
-I was working as a Welsh tutor
-and language coordinator.
-After moving to the area,
-I was desperate to find...
-..Welsh language activities.
-We managed to establish many
-Welsh activities in Porthcawl.
-Tell us about the Robot.
-As you know,
-I work at Bridgend College.
-I'm currently working
-on an exciting digital project...
-..that brings children and
-young people together...
-..to develop their digital skills.
-The college has purchased a robot
-that can be programmed...
-..by the students to do
-a variety of things.
-They're worth seeing.
-You will be able to see the robot
-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.
-We have two robots.
-Our students do a lot of work
-behind the movements...
-..and the speech of the robots.
-These robots have names.
-It's starting to move!
-The red one doesn't like me.
-This one is called Pepper
-and the other is called Cyborg.
-We named Cyborg after one
-of our co-workers...
-..as he did a lot of hard work
-to get these robots for us.
-They must be popular.
-Come over and see them
-at the Eisteddfod.
-It will be great to see you there.
-The necklace was commissioned by
-the Urdd Eisteddfod.
-It was made by local, Iolo Edger.
-I love jewellery.
-Iolo has a small shop in Bridgend.
-Only a small number of these
-necklaces have been made.
-Iolo also made the crown
-for the Eisteddfod.
-I spotted the Crown on Heno
-We should all support
-our local craftsmen.
-The Urdd Eisteddfod is looming!
-The Eisteddfod is next week.
-This CD is by Aelwyd Porthcawl.
-I was one of the founders of the
-Adran around 13 years ago.
-We founded the Aelwyd
-as the children grew older.
-We've been successful at Eisteddfods
-and Cerdd Dant festivals.
-We look forward to competing
-in 18 competitions next week.
-There are a variety of songs
-on the CD.
-All of the proceeds from the CDs
-will go towards the Eisteddfod.
-We have a lot of work to do
-before next week.
-We hope that the weather
-will be great at the Eisteddfod.
-The weather can make
-such a difference.
-The young people of the college
-are getting the first opportunity...
-..to go to the Eisteddfod.
-It's been great to see that
-the Aelwyd has progressed.
-We're delighted that this
-opportunity is given to them.
-People forget how much experiences
-we get from the Eisteddfod.
-The main aim
-is that everyone enjoys.
-That's it from us today,
-but we're back tomorrow at 2.00pm.
-A news bulletin
-follows this programme on S4C.
-Then, Dai Jones, Llanilar
-visits St Davids in Pembrokeshire.
-Thanks for your company, goodbye.
Bydd Carys Tudor yn rhannu tips glanhau, a byddwn yn blasu gwinoedd sy'n berffaith ar gyfer yr haf. Carys Tudor will share some cleaning tips, and we'll taste wines perfect for the summer.