Bydd Huw Rees yn gweddnewid gwyliwr a bydd digon o awgrymiadau gwin ar gyfer y tymor. Huw Rees gives a viewer a makeover; seasonal wine tips, and Gruff Ifan, Canolfan Peniarth, ...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-This is what we have for you today.
-Gruffudd Ifan from Canolfan Peniarth
-joins us in the studio...
-..to chat about some exciting weeks
-of educational resources.
-We sample an array of Welsh beer
-with Dylan Rowlands.
-Sharon Leech from Gorlas chats
-about her life-changing moment.
-It isn't the weather
-..but our green-fingered guru,
-Ieuan Thomas celebrates the apple.
-It's another jam-packed 50 minutes
-on today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start today's programme
-with our makeover.
-The lucky lady having a makeover
-from Huw and the team today...
-..is Elaine Davies from Crwbin.
-Welcome to the programme, Elaine.
-Tell us a bit more about yourself.
-I'm originally from Cardigan.
-I spent five years in London
-as a teacher.
-I couldn't get a job at home
-and decided to move away.
-I later returned to Pembrokeshire
-to be a music teacher.
-I've been back for six years.
-I enjoyed London,
-but I'm a home bird.
-I like spending time at home.
-The children behaved in London.
-I met Wil when I was in London.
-Wil is my husband.
-I had a job in Essex at the time.
-I met Wil through friends.
-He's good friends
-with my friend's husband.
-I had the job in Pembrokeshire
-and we got together.
-We married last year.
-I'm married to Wil
-and we have two children...
-..Griff who is two
-and Osian who is ten weeks old.
-Both of the boys are busy.
-Osian is doing well.
-He's a good baby.
-He sleeps well.
-Griff likes to cuddle Osian.
-Osian doesn't like tractors yet.
-I don't have a lot of time
-I tend to get ready last.
-I don't usually
-wear a lot of make-up.
-I'm now a farmer's wife.
-I've always liked animals.
-Wil would get me to help
-on the farm.
-I left Essex for the farm.
-Why do you feel like
-you need a makeover?
-I would like to be pampered.
-I want a makeover.
-I want to have
-a different hairstyle.
-It will be nice to have
-some me time.
-I'm open to anything.
-Is there anything
-you don't want the team to do?
-I don't usually have time
-to have my hair done.
-I usually just have a trim.
-I want to keep my hair quite long.
-It takes me a long time
-for it to grow back.
-I can't wait to be pampered.
-Griff is in nursery...
-..but Wil and Osian
-are home watching.
-S4C celebrates Welsh legends.
-Prynhawn Da and Heno
-are looking for the new Gelert.
-These are the details to contact us
-with your story of a faithful pooch.
-For all those many dog lovers
-..we're searching for special dogs
-that really have the woof factor.
-Do you know of a pug or poodle that
-has transformed somebody's life?
-Do you own a sheepdog or whippet
-with a heroic story?
-Over the next few weeks,
-we'll travel Wales...
-..to find the amazing stories
-of your brave and remarkable dogs.
-If you know the new Gelert of Wales,
-email us on [email protected]
-We look forward to hearing
-your stories about your dogs.
-It's a busy time for Gruffudd Ifan
-from Canolfan Peniarth.
-Welcome to the programme, Gruffudd.
-First, tell us more about
-was a publishing centre...
-..for the University of Wales
-Trinity Saint David.
-We're celebrating our
-tenth anniversary next year.
-The centre would publish Welsh and
-bilingual educational resources.
-The centre creates
-bilingual resources for primary...
-..secondary and further education
-The work responds directly
-to national frameworks.
-The created resources
-are traditional in printed form...
-..digital and also interactive
-through DVDs, websites, eBooks...
-..and mobile technology apps.
-There's more than just books.
-A lot of parents and grandparents
-will be used to seeing them.
-We've got a lot of exciting projects
-We've recently announced a new
-two pack series on the Middle Ages.
-This is a history pack
-for 7 to 11 year olds.
-The first pack will concentrate
-on Welsh greats...
-..such as Owain Glyndwr.
-The second pack concentrates on
-the castles of the Middle Ages.
-The pack will tell them
-what clothes they used to wear...
-..what they used to eat
-and who used to attack them.
-We want to bring the past to life
-for the children.
-We also want them to learn
-how to do research themselves.
-The centre is currently working on
-four resources for Cyw on S4C.
-This is an exciting partnership.
-We want to bring the excitement
-from the programmes...
-..into the classroom.
-We've got a lot of work coming out.
-The resources will be for schools
-and for parents to do at home.
-They'll include books, playing mats,
-coloured cards and much more.
-The mats will teach the children
-about different shapes.
-There will also be maths work.
-We hope to get parents
-to help the children.
-Learning starts at home.
-We hope this will help parents
-have fun with their children.
-You have a new character
-Last week, we launched a new
-children's book called Idwal.
-The book was written
-by Carol Barratt...
-..and translated into Welsh
-by Mererid Hopwood.
-All of the stories are situated
-in the Gower Peninsula...
-..where Idwal, the old tree is
-reciting his stories to the animals.
-The Gower is a wonderful place.
-A lot of different animals
-stop at the tree to speak to Idwal.
-The stories will have facts
-The launch was at Ysgol Gymraeg Bryn
-y Mor school in Swansea.
-Heno was there to film us.
-The children have a lot of fun.
-Manon Steffan Ros is very busy
-developed a series of books for us.
-We want to introduce numbers
-All the characters are founded
-on a number up to 10.
-Sara Zero is one of the characters.
-There's a book for each number.
-There will also be another set
-We're turning these different
-elements into stories.
-We hope these will be
-ready by December.
-Two new apps will be on the market
-Caryl Parry Jones and Steffan Rhys
-Williams are busy composing.
-The songs will be in karaoke form
-on the app.
-The app will include 60 songs.
-The songs will be for children
-aged between 3 and 7.
-There will be new words
-to different nursery rhymes.
-We want children to learn these
-I'm currently working on
-the sabbatical scheme.
-We're training teachers and teaching
-assistants to learn Welsh in a year.
-The course is part of a government
-scheme to get one million...
-..Welsh speakers by 2050.
-You can read about it on Facebook.
-There are clips of the teachers
-having a great time.
-The aim is that the teachers will be
-fluent by the end of the year...
-..and that they'll use the language
-in the classroom.
-After the break, there's
-an update on Elaine's makeover.
-We also sample the great choice of
-Welsh beers that are on the market.
-Elaine Davies from Crwbin
-is having a makeover with us today.
-Let's join Huw to see how it's
-shaping up in our make-up room.
-It's all going well
-here in the make-up room.
-Are you alright, Elaine?
-Are they looking after you?
-Yes, thank you.
-Elaine doesn't want to cut her hair
-as it takes so long to grow.
-Should Elaine do anything
-in particular to her hair...
-..considering that she
-only gave birth ten weeks ago?
-Lots of people lose some hair
-after having a baby.
-It's important to look after
-the hair with products like masks.
-Just wash your hair, apply the mask
-and leave it for 15 minutes...
-..before washing it off.
-It will improve
-the condition of the hair.
-Have you lost any hair
-after having Osian?
-Let's discuss the skin
-Pregnancy and childbirth
-can affect the skin...
-..due to the change
-in a woman's hormone levels.
-However, Elaine has wonderful skin
-despite being a little dry.
-Let's turn you around
-to have a better look.
-I'm not sure if Elaine has much time
-to care for and moisturize her skin.
-Your skin may be dry
-as you're often outside on the farm.
-You can tell from her rosy cheeks
-that she's often in the outdoors.
-I'm applying a highlighter to add
-some shimmer to Elaine's face.
-Later on, I'll apply some blusher
-under the highlighter...
-and give the face more shape.
-Lots of people
-are scared of using highlighters.
-If you're conscious of a big nose,
-it can be used to disguise it.
-The same is true
-if you have a big chin.
-Let's discuss the hair, Ruth.
-If you're not going to cut the hair,
-what have you got planned?
-I'm giving it a trim.
-I'm giving it a trim.
-You love to start with a trim, Ruth!
-I'm going to use a set of rollers.
-They are heated rollers
-so they're hot.
-were once considered old fashioned.
-However, they're back in fashion
-as they give the hair some bounce.
-I'm surprised that you're not using
-the straighteners to curl the hair.
-When we return to the studio,
-the hair will be perfectly curled.
-We'll also ensure that Elaine
-looks wonderful in her new clothes.
-We'll reveal the results of Elaine's
-makeover later in the programme.
-Dylan Rowlands usually has
-an array of wine for us to sample...
-..but today, we're going
-to be trying some Welsh beers.
-Welcome to the programme, Dylan.
-I've got some lagers for you.
-I don't know a lot about beer.
-I decided that we should start
-with some lager.
-There's a real difference
-between ales and lagers.
-It's all about the yeast.
-There's a lot of small breweries
-Thanks to some friends
-at a shop in Bala...
-..who specialize in beer.
-They have given me these lagers.
-We start with the Wrexham Lager.
-Wrexham Lager is one
-of Britain's oldest breweries.
-was originally founded in 1882.
-The brewery was closed
-at the turn of the century...
-..but it's been re-opened.
-It's quite nice.
-It's the sort of lager that I drink
-after a busy day in work.
-It's 5% alcohol and easy to drink.
-Next, we have Lithic Brewing.
-Lithic Brewing is located in the
-Brecon Beacons National Park.
-I expected all of them
-to be a pale colour...
-..but they are quite dark.
-I like the can.
-It's trendy to have the cans now.
-Tin does help to keep the colour
-of the beer.
-There's a lot of fizz in this.
-I prefer the lager from Wrexham.
-This is fruity.
-Coles Brewery is next.
-The Coles Brewery is based
-at the White Hart Thatched Inn...
-..in Llanddarog on the outskirts
-They are a very busy family.
-They make cider and beer too.
-This is very dark.
-The malt gives it its colour.
-This is about 4.5% alcohol.
-Have you worked in a bar, Sian?
-I've poured a few beers in my time!
-I don't like that.
-This is very dark.
-It's very bitter.
-It's a chocolate malt.
-I quite like it.
-I enjoyed a glass of this lager
-The bottles are important too.
-It's a very unusual bottle.
-We also have the Geipel Brewery.
-The Geipel Brewing headquarters
-is in Manchester...
-..but they produce beers from
-a barn in Gellioedd in North Wales.
-The owner is originally
-This is about 7% alcohol.
-It's very dark.
-It's full of flavour.
-I don't really like lager.
-This is no reflection
-on the products.
-It's a strong flavour.
-It's a German beer.
-It's from Germany
-and the Czech Republic.
-It's a strong lager
-that's full of flavour.
-A lot of people serve beer
-with food now.
-The Wrexham is light and
-easy to drink.
-This current one is best with food.
-I didn't mind the second.
-I liked the second one.
-We should all try them.
-There's still plenty to enjoy today
-on Prynhawn Da in a few minutes.
-In a moment, Ieuan celebrates
-the apple season in the garden.
-Huw and the team also reveal the
-results of Elaine Davies' makeover.
-Our next guest's life has been
-truly transformed in recent months.
-She left a career in education
-after 20 years as a teacher.
-welcome to the programme.
-How is life treating you now?
-You've had a lot of time to relax
-after leaving teaching.
-Life has been relaxing
-since I finished teaching.
-However, I have been
-looking for work too.
-It was difficult to adapt
-to my new lifestyle.
-At the start, I felt guilty when
-I went out during school hours.
-It has taken time to adapt
-but I've done the right thing.
-My subject was French...
-..but I taught some sports,
-Welsh Bac and health.
-It was great to chat to the children
-about a variety of topics.
-I wanted a change in career.
-This time last year, I never thought
-that I'd be sat here.
-Some events in my life
-led to this decision.
-The new headmistress wanted
-to cut the staff hours.
-Therefore, I phoned HR
-and went to see the head...
-..and I took voluntary redundancy.
-I did all this
-before telling my husband!
-Sport and athletics
-is important to you.
-Yes, athletics and sports are
-an important part of my life.
-I've worked with Athletics Wales
-in the past.
-I did some voluntary work
-on the cross country events.
-I work one day
-at the Welsh Athletics office.
-I've been in contact and offered my
-services to Challenge Wales Events.
-In my email to the company, I wrote
-"Nothing ventured, nothing gained."
-Adam replied and revealed that
-they were expanding the business.
-I met with the duo
-and joined their team.
-I've been a member of the Challenge
-Wales Events team for a week.
-I enjoy running.
-I came across the company
-by running in their races.
-Running is in the blood.
-My son has had a fantastic year.
-My son is the marathon runner,
-He's done very well.
-However, we have had a difficult
-year with family illnesses.
-Josh is currently training
-The weather is fantastic there.
-Last week, he won an award
-but couldn't pick it up himself.
-We don't train together.
-I used to when he was eleven
-but he's much faster than me now.
-Next week, I'll be doing
-the Snowdonia Marathon.
-Josh devised my training plan.
-He's the one that teaches me
-and not the other way around.
-You're living your dream now.
-I enjoy interior design but I
-live in the wrong area to find work.
-I have a diploma in interior design.
-I studied with
-the National Design Academy.
-I've done several show homes
-in Llandeilo and Swansea.
-I would like to pursue a career
-in interior design.
-My decision to quit teaching
-has gone well so far.
-I've had good advice
-not to rush into a new job.
-I didn't know what I wanted to do
-but so far, so good.
-Does Josh have any races soon?
-Josh is doing altitude training
-and will do a 10K soon.
-He's hoping to qualify for the
-The recent stormy weather has left
-our gardens in quite a state...
-..but don't start tidying it up yet!
-Sit back and enjoy watching Ieuan
-doing all the hard work for us.
-Today, he has tips
-on the apple season.
-It's been a great year for apples
-with trees bursting with fruit.
-Some apples have fallen
-after the strong winds.
-You can eat these apples within
-a few days but they won't last long.
-But there are plenty left on the
-tree and I've already picked lots.
-Apples don't ripen at the same time.
-The apples that ripen first
-are those on the outer edges...
-..and the south-facing apples
-that get more sun.
-Apples stop ripening
-after they've been picked.
-Therefore, it's vital to pick apples
-when they're in their prime...
-..to ensure that their flavours
-have developed fully.
-Cup the apple with your hand
-and lift up whilst twisting gently.
-If the apple comes away easily,
-If it doesn't,
-leave it there for a while.
-Look carefully at every apple.
-Ideally, the stem should be intact.
-Don't store apples that are bruised,
-damaged or cracked...
-..as they will rot quickly.
-Store them, in a suitable container
-like an open wood or cardboard box.
-old freezer baskets are perfect.
-Their sides are open to allow air
-to circulate around the apples.
-Wrap every apple in a piece
-of tissue paper or kitchen towel.
-This stops the fruit
-from touching and bruising.
-It protects against shrivelled
-apples buy retaining moisture.
-It also stops rot spreading
-from one apple to the next.
-You can stack the apples
-in two or three layers.
-You could also store the apples
-in a clear plastic or polythene bag.
-You don't need to wrap them in paper
-as the bag will retain the moisture.
-However, it's important to ensure
-that the apples don't touch.
-As the apples breathe, they sweat.
-You must cut holes in the bag
-to allow excess moisture to escape.
-You should also leave
-one end of the bag open.
-By storing them in a clear bag,
-it's easier to keep an eye on them.
-Store the apples in a dark space
-between 5 and 7 degrees Celsius.
-However, they should not be exposed
-to frosty conditions...
-Keep apples away from strong odours
-like paint or onions...
-..as apples tend to absorb
-these strong aromas.
-Potatoes should also be
-kept away from apples...
-..as old potatoes can release a gas
-that destroys apples.
-With careful storage, apples should
-keep for weeks or even months...
-..depending on their variety.
-Cox's Orange Pippin will last until
-late January or early February.
-Thanks to Ieuan
-for his useful advice.
-That's all for now.
-Huw and the makeover team
-are running out of time.
-We look forward to seeing
-the results after the break.
-I was going to say that!
-Mari Grug from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Join me for another jam-packed
-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.
-It's a horrible day!
-is live in Carmarthen...
-..for the premiere of the new
-S4C drama called Un Bore Mercher.
-We'll chat to some of the
-stars of S4C's Un Bore Mercher.
-Eve Myles and Hannah Daniel
-are among the stars.
-Elin Fflur is in North Wales
-to interview a young boy.
-He's won a special Rally GB prize.
-My studio guest is the
-lively presenter, Aled Samuel.
-Aled joins me to chat about his new
-S4C series called Pobl a'u Gerddi.
-Pobl a'u Gerddi is a new series
-where Aled Samuel travels Wales...
-..to meet some incredible people
-and view their personal gardens.
-Elaine Davies is the lucky recipient
-of today's makeover.
-Elaine arrived in the studio
-and looked very comfortable...
-Caring for the children
-jeans and boots.
-We want to retain
-that relaxed look...
-..whilst making it more fashionable
-with some of the season's trends.
-Let's see how Elaine looks now.
-You look amazing, Elaine.
-What do you think of your new look?
-I like the new look.
-I could wear it out
-or with another top.
-I'll get lots of use
-from this outfit.
-Huw, tell us about the clothes.
-There's a jacket, blouse
-and trousers from Primark.
-I wanted to give her a dressy look.
-However, she has very young children
-and accidents will happen.
-The blouse is only 13 and it can be
-thrown away if it gets dirty.
-However, this is a more special look
-What have you done to the hair?
-I've trimmed the hair
-and shortened the sides.
-I've used heated rollers
-to give the hair more body.
-I may have to buy some.
-It doesn't matter
-They're easy to use.
-I've opted for
-a simple make-up look.
-You can see the highlighter
-above Elaine's cheeks.
-I've used a pink blusher
-and grey eyeshadow.
-I don't have much time
-to apply make-up.
-I'll have to look at some clips
-to learn more.
-She had wonderful skin
-When you have a baby,
-you expect to see tired skin.
-However, this isn't the case
-This is an elegant look for her.
-This is an elegant look for her.
-When you have children,
-clothes get destroyed!
-However, you want a nice feel
-to your clothes.
-There's fringing on the coat
-and a satin feel to the blouse.
-Children won't like
-uncomfortable clothes either.
-and leave children at home!
-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da,
-we open the covers of our Book Club.
-There's also money saving tips
-Cefn Gwlad - Pedwar Cwm
-follows the news and weather on S4C.
Bydd Huw Rees yn gweddnewid gwyliwr a bydd digon o awgrymiadau gwin ar gyfer y tymor. Huw Rees gives a viewer a makeover; seasonal wine tips, and Gruff Ifan, Canolfan Peniarth, is the guest.