Tue, 25 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 25 Apr 2017

Bydd Geraint Hopkins yn rhoi cyngor am ba nadroedd gwyllt sydd i'w canfod yng Nghymru. Geraint Hopkins talks about the wild snakes that can be found in Wales.


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli

-on a glorious Tuesday...

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-..but there's a nip in the air.

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-It's good to see the sun and you'll

-always get a warm welcome from us!

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-This is what we have for you

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-Euros Lewis chats about a project...

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-..based on the links between the

-Welsh countryside and the Great War.

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-Matt Guy rustles up a stroganoff

-in our Meal in Minutes slot.

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-Lowri Steffan looks at various

-wooden items for the home.

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-The mild weather has seen

-an increase in adders in Wales.

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-Geraint Snakes joins us

-to discuss the matter.

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-The singer and winner of the

-Blue Ribband, Eleri Owen Edwards...

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-..chats about some

-of her prized possessions.

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-Join us for all this over the next

-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-April is National

-Autism Awareness Month.

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-It's a condition that affects

-34,000 people in Wales.

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-We're joined by Dr Llinos...

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-..Sian and Gerwyn Rees Evans

-and their daughter, Angharad...

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-..who has autism.

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-Welcome to you all.

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-Angharad is busy playing.

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-Angharad is playing games.

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-It's Fireman Sam.

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-What is autism?

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-Autism is a mental condition that

-is present from early childhood...

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-..and characterized by great

-difficulty in communicating...

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-..and forming relationships

-with other people.

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-It can be difficult to be diagnosed.

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-It takes many months

-to get a diagnosis.

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-The child will have to be seen

-by an array of people.

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-Socializing can be difficult

-if you have autism.

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-It's important to note that

-there is an autistic spectrum.

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-There are different grades

-of autism.

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-When did you realize Angharad

-had this condition?

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-We noticed when

-she was about a year old.

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-We have three other children.

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-We noticed that she

-wasn't developing properly.

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-Did you suspect anything?

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-We didn't know what was wrong.

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-We didn't know about it...

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-..until we had the diagnosis.

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-What was different about Angharad?

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-She did a lot of things

-that were unusual.

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-She would run around in circles.

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-Her sleeping pattern

-was very unusual.

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-She doesn't have a pattern

-with her sleep.

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-How much help did you receive?

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-After the diagnosis

-in Bronglais Hospital...

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-..we got to the car

-and didn't know what do to next!

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-The biggest mistake

-was to do research online.

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-We read some details

-that gave us more hope.

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-Angharad's condition is very

-different to other people.

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-What are the next steps

-following a diagnosis?

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-It all depends on the individual.

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-Not every individual

-will need the same support.

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-Those living with autism

-will have other problems.

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-Some of them might

-have learning difficulties.

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-Each individual needs a diagnosis.

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-Does Angharad attend school now?

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-She goes to an autistic group

-in Aberystwyth.

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-We've seen a difference in her

-since she started going there.

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-She still doesn't speak properly.

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-She's developing every day.

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-No one day is the same

-with Angharad.

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-You cannot plan ahead with Angharad.

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-A lot of those with autism

-likes a routine.

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-Yes, that's true for us.

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-Going back to school after

-the holidays...

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-..will be a challenge.

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-She's the youngest of four.

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-All her brothers and sisters

-are brilliant with her.

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-Sioned, Gruffydd and Tudor

-are great with her.

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-Tudur is ten years old today.

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-Visit the doctor

-if you suspect any symptoms?

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-Go to your doctor for advice.

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-You can also speak to the school

-about your child's behaviour.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-After the break, Euros Lewis

-chats about his new project...

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-..that looks at the links between

-Ceredigion and the Great War.

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-Lowri Steffan has stylish,

-wooden items for the home.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-In 2014, we marked a century

-since the start of the Great War...

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-..and the people of North Ceredigion

-started a project...

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-..called A Time To Remember

-And Reflect.

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-It remembers the scars left by the

-Great War on the Welsh countryside.

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-They have collected information

-and responded creatively to the war.

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-On Sunday, there's the showing

-of a film at Theatr Felinfach.

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-It's called Cofia'n Gwlad...

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-..and looks at the relationship

-between Ceredigion and World War I.

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-Euros Lewis wrote the film and the

-play that is based on the story...

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-..and he joins us now.

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-Welcome to the programme, Euros.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about the film.

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-The film is a combination

-of drama and history.

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-This isn't just a record of a drama.

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-The drama showcases the archives

-we have in the area.

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-It shows the path taken by

-the project.

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-The project started in 2013...

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-..and we had a blank page

-at the start!

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-We found that we wanted to go out

-into the community...

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-..to see how the Great War

-affected the area.

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-There was an exhibition...

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-..under the title, A Time

-To Remember And Reflect...

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-..at the Rhydypennau Hall

-in Bow Street.

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-We had an incredible response

-from the community.

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-We had a response from all sorts

-of people.

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-It was a great way to unite

-the people as a nation.

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-What was the response like

-with that exhibition?

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-It was a travelling exhibition.

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-It meant that it continued

-the dynamic...

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-..of uniting people of all ages...

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-..from school children to

-grandparents.

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-Today, we're in a period where

-people want to build walls...

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-..and live separate lives.

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-This exhibition was about

-breaking down the barriers...

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-..and working together.

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-Let's see an excerpt from the drama,

-Cofia'n Gwlad.

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-Mam?

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-Mam?

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-I won't be long.

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-Food is almost ready, there's only

-the potatoes left to do.

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-Mam, come here a minute.

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-Mam, come here a minute.

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-I'll be with you in a moment.

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-Ifan John.

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-Mam, for goodness sake!

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-I've got something to tell you.

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-That was Ifan John.

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-He had something to say!

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-He isn't at the heart

-of the drama...

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-..but it's all about his mother...

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-..who was this

-strong chapel-going lady.

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-It's based on the letters that

-were sent home by the soldiers.

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-The women had all these letters.

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-They had to live in this country...

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-..and do everything that

-was needed in their homes.

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-A lot of women of the age

-of Ifan John...

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-..had to leave their homes...

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-..and work in

-the munitions factories.

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-Here's a clip of Caledryn Evans.

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-You were here were you, in Flander?

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-You were here were you, in Flander?

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-Yes, in Flanders.

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-Yes, a horrible place.

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-That was Caledfryn Evans.

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-There's some characters in the film.

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-Caledfryn Evans is on that film.

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-He had the stories from his parents.

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-The drama questions the future

-of the communities.

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-I wanted to show what happens

-after a war.

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-It's all about the existence

-of the chapels.

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-It makes us think.

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-it isn't about what happens

-in London.

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-The film is being shown at Theatr

-Felinfach on Sunday 30 April.

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-Next, Matt Guy has a great idea for

-your supper in our Meal in Minutes.

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-Today, I'm making

-a chicken stroganoff.

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-Start by chopping an onion.

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-Crush a clove of garlic,

-remove the skin and chop it finely.

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-Next, we have the mushrooms.

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-The chicken is cooking so we can add

-the onions, garlic and mushrooms.

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-Cook them

-until they have softened...

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-..and then add some cream,

-mustard and fresh coriander.

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-Place some pasta

-in the centre of the plate...

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-..and spoon over the stroganoff and

-finish it with some fresh parsley.

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-That's a chicken stroganoff -

-a Meal in Minutes!

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-That looked delicious.

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-Next, we've got a bit of interior

-design advice with Lowri Steffan.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Today, we're looking at wooden items

-for the home.

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-I wanted to look at wood today.

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-You can get all sorts of things.

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-We start with handmade items.

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-The large boat at the back

-is from Home Sends.

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-It's 28 for the large boat.

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-It's quite rustic.

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-It isn't trying to be

-something else.

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-Wales is awash with craftmakers.

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-It's in Caernarfon.

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-The wine rack is 28.

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-This goes on the wall.

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-It holds wine bottles

-and wine glasses.

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-I love that!

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-We've got some at home.

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-The stool is 30 from Coffor Bach.

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-Coffor Bach is a store in Llandeilo.

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-It reminds us of our childhood.

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-You can smell the wood too.

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-A lot of people have sat

-on that stool!

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-There's some large coat hooks.

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-It's 38 for the large coat hooks

-from Coffor Bach.

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-These are quite modern.

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-They look plain

-but made using traditional methods.

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-People like handmade items.

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-You can get anything made from wood.

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-There's jewellery

-and all sorts of gifts.

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-There's even some wooden bunting.

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-We've got a modern twist

-on the lovespoon.

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-It's cut using a laser.

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-Those are some lovely items.

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-There's an array of bird tables

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-We should remember the wildlife.

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-They vary is price from 8 to 15.

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-Marks and Spencer

-has a huge collection of items...

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-..for the garden.

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-It's handmade

-and uses natural materials.

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-There's an array of wooden toys.

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-They aren't cheap!

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-No, that's right.

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-The animals are 10.99 each.

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-It's 32.50

-for the wooden camper van.

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-The lid comes off

-and there are people inside.

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-People will remember these toys.

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-It could be a family heirloom!

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-There's a lovely clock.

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-People think of traditional items

-when you think of wood...

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-..but the clock is very modern.

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-The clock is 48 from Dots.

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-It would be great in a modern room.

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-You can get an array of lamps

-made from wood.

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-The lamp made from driftwood is 69.

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-The driftwood lamp is from Dots.

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-People think that

-they can make them too!

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-If you're making something

-from driftwood...

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-..the wood should be treated...

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-..so that they don't catch fire!

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-They look very simple.

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-There's a standard lamp from Dots.

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-It's got a concrete base.

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-You could put any shade on it.

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-Stick to natural colours

-or something bright.

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-After the break...

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-..Geraint Snakes chats about the

-current increase in adders in Wales.

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-to plant some potatoes.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Our next guest is Geraint Hopkins...

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-..or Geraint Snakes

-as he's commonly known.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-It's been reported that Wales

-has seen an increase...

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-..in its adder population.

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-Can you tell us more about it?

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-There isn't more of them.

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-People are building on sites

-where more snakes are living.

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-They try to hide from people.

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-But some people are silly!

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-I've seen three this year.

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-There are hundreds in Gowertown.

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-There are some in Pembrey

-and Furnace.

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-I've only seen a few of them

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-They don't attack.

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-They will only attack if disturbed.

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-Yes, they will only attack

-if you disturb or step on them.

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-Many dog owners let their pets roam

-and they can get attacked.

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-They are venomous.

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-They are the only venomous snakes

-in Britain.

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-You can die from a bite

-if you aren't treated.

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-Don't panic if you are bitten.

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-The venom runs through your body

-quicker if you panic.

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-Seek medical emergency.

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-The pain can be excruciating.

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-I've ripped my Achilles tendon!

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-I haven't been bitten!

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-How can you spot an adder?

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-Adders grow to this size.

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-They have a diamond pattern

-on the back.

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-They grow bigger when pregnant.

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-Don't wear sandals in areas

-where you think they are living.

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-Snakes sense you from vibrations.

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-They also like to lie

-in the sunshine.

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-If you get too close to them,

-they will bite.

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-You haven't brought an adder today.

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-This is an African House Snake.

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-He's only a baby.

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-He will grow to about six feet.

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-Many children will run around in the

-forest and get bitten by a snake.

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-Head to the hospital immediately.

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-Inform them of which snake

-has bitten you.

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-Grass snakes are harmless.

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-They give off a musk.

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-They are not poisonous.

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-The message is not to go near grass

-areas!

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-Next, we venture into the garden and

-Ieuan has some advice on potatoes.

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-"You don't get something

-for nothing," as the saying goes.

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-"The exception proves the rule,"

-is another saying.

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-These blue forget-me-nots are

-the perfect example of an exception.

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-I didn't sow them but birds dropped

-the seeds a few years ago...

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-..and these have spread and flowered

-every spring since that time.

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-I don't turn the soil until May

-to allow them to self-sow...

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-..and why not too?!

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-If you have a glasshouse...

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-..plant early potatoes in pots

-of compost early in the year.

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-These were planted in the third week

-of January...

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-..and kept in the glasshouse until

-being moved outdoors in early April.

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-They were left to acclimatize in a

-cold frame just like these plants.

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-I harvested my first new potatoes

-over the Easter weekend...

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-..and I'm going to pick some more.

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-Not bad.

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-They are the perfect size

-for a dinner plate.

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-It's the second half of April, so

-we can plant all the late potatoes.

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-I've already opened a furrow

-to the depth of about six inches.

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-If you live near the sea or coast,

-line the furrow with seaweed.

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-Seaweed is amazing and

-contains a wealth of nutrients...

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-..including 58 elements that

-are missing in manure and compost.

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-They are gradually released into

-the soil for the plants to absorb.

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-It also contains a growth hormone

-and an antifungal substance.

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-On top of all this, it helps

-to retain moisture in the soil.

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-Wash it to remove

-any surface salt and sand...

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-..before laying it in the furrow.

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-They do the same in Jersey

-when growing their famous potatoes.

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-In Jersey, they grow a variety known

-as the International Kidney Potato.

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-They are planted early

-and harvested early as new potatoes.

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-The International Kidney

-is an example of second earlies.

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-When left to mature,

-they grow into large potatoes.

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-Allow 18 inches

-between each late potato...

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-..or 15 inches in the case

-of the second earlies...

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-..and 12 inches

-between early potatoes.

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-It isn't too late to sow

-the early potatoes...

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-..and strengthens

-the immune system of plants...

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-..to help them

-fight against diseases.

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-Don't worry if you cannot collect

-fresh seaweed...

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-..as you can get a tonic containing

-the benefits of the seaweed.

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-This is dissolved in water and

-helps with the growth of potatoes...

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-..and every other plant.

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-Thanks to Ieuan

-for his great advice.

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-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-My husband has planted already.

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-Join me for another jam-packed Heno

-at 7.00pm.

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-We've got another feature

-from the Pan Celtic Festival...

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-..that was held in Carlow in Ireland

-over the weekend.

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-I've got a studio full of guests

-this evening.

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-I'm joined by Sioned Webb,

-Mair Tomos Ifans and Arfon Gwilym...

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-..to discuss the tradition

-of May Day carols or songs.

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-We meet Ioan Lloyd who is

-a 14-year-old boy from Llandysul...

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-..who is making a name for himself

-in the rallying world.

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-After the break, we're joined

-by the singer, Eleri Owen Edwards.

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-Welcome back.

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-We close the programme

-with Eleri Owen Edwards...

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-..the mezzo-soprano who won the

-Blue Ribband in 2013 in Denbigh.

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-She joins us to chat about

-her prized possessions.

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-You currently live in Cilycwm

-in the Towy Valley...

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-..but are originally

-from the Conwy Valley.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-My father thought the Conwy Valley

-was the most beautiful place...

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-..in the world.

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-I worked in bank in this area.

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-I moved to Cilycwm because

-I married a farmer from the area.

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-All the items are linked with

-my musical tours around the globe.

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-I have very fond memories of singing

-around the world.

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-The plate was presented to me

-at the Gymanfa Ganu...

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-..at the Ontario Festival in Canada

-in 1994.

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-I was invited to sing

-in the Ontario Festival...

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-..as a soloist

-for the Glan Alun Choir from Mold.

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-The trip is held annually.

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-I've also performed

-in various concerts...

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-..in Toronto, London,

-Peterborough and Ottawa.

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-I recall these places

-because of the English names.

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-It was a great to join the choir.

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-It was presented to me by the mayor

-of Peterborough.

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-There's a model of a cow.

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-I was given the model of a cow...

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-..when I was a soloist at the

-Celtic Festival in Chicago in 2006.

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-The Bangor male voice choir

-invited me to Chicago.

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-There was a huge parade

-as part of the Celtic Festival...

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-..that had over 100 patterned

-and colourful fibreglass cows.

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-I wouldn't have gone to these places

-without the singing.

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-There was a lady who was our guide.

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-Her name was Mona

-and she gave me the cow.

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-There was an auction to raise funds

-for a local children's ward.

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-We breed limousin cattle on our farm

-in Cilycwm...

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-..so have a number of other

-china cows in our home.

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-We have carvings of cows

-on our fireplace.

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-Each one of them come in different

-styles and are colourful.

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-Mona, the guide,

-is coming to see us in May.

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-I'll have to keep the cow on

-display!

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-Tell us about the pendant.

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-The pendant was a gift after

-I'd won the Blue Ribband in 2013.

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-Aled, my husband,

-gave me the pendant...

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-..when I was invited to sing at

-the St David's Day Gymanfa Ganu...

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-..at the Welsh chapel in Melbourne

-in 2014.

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-It was a dream of mine to go to

-Australia.

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-Melbourne is a special place.

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-Australia is famous

-for mining natural opal.

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-Aled wanted me to have this pendant

-to remember the tour.

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-It sparkles and changes colour

-in the light.

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-I would never have gone to these

-places if I didn't sing/

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-Aled and myself are singing

-in Colwyn Bay on Saturday.

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-We are joined by other artists and

-choirs.

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-Piantel is one of the other acts.

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-Thank you, Eleri.

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-We hear about the history

-of Cantre'r Gwaelod.

0:44:500:44:54

-Aled Jones: Fy Nhaith Glasurol

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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Bydd Geraint Hopkins yn rhoi cyngor am ba nadroedd gwyllt sydd i'w canfod yng Nghymru. Geraint Hopkins talks about the wild snakes that can be found in Wales.


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