Byddwn ni'n agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yn cynnig cyngor bwyd a diod gan drafod diet fegan.Today's programme features the book club and advice on eating a vega...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-It's 1 November and 35 years
-since S4C first hit the airwaves.
-I remember it like it was yesterday.
-You were on the first programme.
-I don't remember it
-but let's not go into that.
-You weren't even born!
-Time certainly flies.
-We're joined by Elinor Patchell
-who is a very proud mother...
-..as her son, Rhys Patchell has been
-named in the Welsh national team.
-Today, Carys has tips
-on storing all sorts of items.
-Richard Vaughan chats about his busy
-life as a professional musician.
-We visit Castell Henllys
-Iron Age Fort in Pembrokeshire.
-Sales by the Welsh Books Council
-are at its lowest in six years...
-..so Elin Williams encourages us
-to buy some Welsh language books.
-Alison Huw celebrates World Vegan
-Day and chats about this diet.
-Join Sian and me for a lot of
-chatting over the next 50 minutes.
-We start with one
-of the proudest mothers in Wales.
-She's the mother of the Scarlets and
-Wales outside-half, Rhys Patchell.
-Welcome to the programme, Elinor.
-Does it feel odd to be introduced
-and known as the mother of Rhys?
-I often feel that I've been
-the wife of Howard Patchell...
-..and mother to Rhys Patchell
-and Ifan Patchell.
-One day people
-will want to speak to me.
-are doing incredibly well.
-They're as good as the end
-of the last season.
-Rhys plays for the Scarlets
-and he loves the team.
-He's based in Cardiff,
-but comes down to train in the week.
-If someone asked Rhys when he was
-younger what he wanted to be...
-..he would always say
-to play rugby for Wales.
-I tried to persuade him and say that
-not everyone could succeed in it.
-I wanted him to think
-of another job.
-He said he would coach people
-if he couldn't play rugby.
-He's a very determined person.
-He'll always want to wear
-the number ten shirt.
-He's always busy getting better.
-Coming to the Scarlets
-was important to him...
-..as Stephen Jones is a coach
-for the Scarlets.
-Our son Rhys has played rugby
-from a young age.
-We have a photograph of him as
-a six-year-old with Neil Jenkins.
-I haven't heard from him this week.
-Neil Jenkins is coaching him
-They have had a lot of free kit
-given to them this week.
-People will be asking him
-for some of it.
-It has been a few years
-since his first cap.
-One evening, Rhys was out having
-food with Sam Warburton.
-Sam had recently been chosen
-as the Lions captain...
-..and a person in the restaurant
-asked them for a photograph.
-However, they didn't want
-a photograph with Sam...
-..but with Rhys, as he looks so much
-like Prince Harry!
-There was a lot of speculation about
-Sam Warburton being the captain...
-..and he knew that he would be named
-the day later.
-How does it feel to have your son
-on the pitch?
-I get terribly nervous watching him.
-When he had his first cap in Japan,
-I was there.
-I could see him singing
-..and I wanted him
-to come off the pitch.
-We were alongside a group
-of very proud parents.
-Rhys left Ysgol Glantaf to play
-for the Cardiff Blues.
-It was there he realized his dream.
-He never wanted to go to university.
-He wanted an academy contract
-with the Cardiff Blues.
-He had wonderful years there.
-Ifan also played for Glantaf.
-He was a captain for the school.
-Ifan has been captain
-of the Medics team.
-He's an anaesthetist.
-When he was working in Llanelli,
-he would play for New Dock Stars.
-I was raised in Cardiff,
-but I have strong ties to Aberaeron.
-My mother was from Aberaeron.
-When I was young, my grandmother
-lived with us in Cardiff...
-..and that's why I have
-a strong West Wales accent.
-I can't do the Cardiff accent.
-People would laugh at me
-..because I had a different accent
-Rhys is good in front of the camera.
-It came to a point and I decided
-that I needed to choose a route...
-..and one career and I chose law,
-rather than broadcasting.
-Mothers do influence their children.
-School has also influenced Rhys
-in his career.
-Thank you, Elinor.
-Next, Carys has
-some household advice for us.
-What are you looking at today,
-I've got a variety of handy tips
-for you to use in the home.
-These are storing tips.
-There's no need to break the bank
-to be able to accomplish these.
-I've also got some cheap items
-that we don't realize how useful...
-..they are around the home.
-We have a bin.
-Use a bin to hold rolls
-of wrapping paper.
-You can store Christmas wrapping
-paper of birthday paper.
-We have a magazine holder.
-This magazine holder is going to
-help me store cling film and foil.
-You can see everything
-that you have.
-Cling film and foil can take up
-a lot of room in the cupboard.
-Next, we have a supermarket
-I've used the free box.
-I get one when I buy milk.
-You can keep all
-of the cleaning items in these.
-It saves a lot of room.
-Next, we have magnets.
-Use magnets to store tweezers.
-You can also keep your knives
-on one of these.
-You can stick them on the wall
-or in the drawer.
-This bowl is for storing screws.
-They will keep everything
-neat and tidy.
-The box itself has been with me
-for a few years.
-You can refill these
-with a variety of objects.
-My next tip is about duvets.
-Place the duvet cover and sheet
-inside the pillow case.
-The whole set can be kept
-in one of the pillow cases.
-It will help you to keep them
-You could use a rack for chopping
-boards to hold files or books.
-You can keep saucepans
-or plates on them.
-This is a lot cheaper than the ones
-that you buy for offices.
-The next tip is to create a shelf
-under another shelf.
-I've used these for years.
-It saves having to stack things
-I love items that collapse.
-This sieve is flat.
-This was 3.
-There's also a collapsible bucket.
-You could also keep it
-in a cupboard.
-We've all got a carousel
-in new kitchens.
-You can buy them to keep them
-in the kitchen.
-Use small shelves in the cupboards
-to keep food.
-You won't waste any foods
-by using one of these.
-We have vacuum bags.
-It sucks out all of the air inside.
-You can keep clothes
-and other items in them.
-They take up less room
-than an air filled bag.
-You only have to refill it with air
-to remove the items.
-These are a lot easier to handle.
-After the break, the busy musician,
-Richard Vaughan chats with us.
-We also visit Castell Henllys to see
-what the site offers for half term.
-The musician, Richard Vaughan
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme, Richard.
-A professional musician
-has busy and quiet periods.
-Yes, that's right.
-I get busy and quiet times.
-January and September
-are always quiet.
-However, by Christmas,
-the crazy momentum builds up.
-I was the vice-conductor
-and accompanist for CF1.
-The choir is currently very busy
-rehearsing for Remembrance Sunday.
-On 11 November, we'll be performing
-with Melin Griffith Brass Band.
-That should be a great night.
-The band is fantastic.
-The theme will be
-All proceeds will be given to
-the Cardiff National Eisteddfod.
-I'm the conductor of
-the Cardiff Blues Choir...
-..and my wife,
-Rhiannon is the accompanist.
-We're currently preparing a
-performance of Teilwng yw'r Oen...
-..a rock adaptation of the Messiah,
-This will be performed
-The performance will take place at
-The Tabernacle Chapel, Cardiff...
-..on Saturday 16 December.
-Non Parry of Eden and Luke McCall
-of Phantom of the Opera...
-..will be performing with the choir.
-There will be a big band
-and over 100 performers.
-We had a wonderful welcome
-at the performance in London.
-I accompanied the show for the
-performance at Theatr Felinfach...
-..and in London.
-It was great.
-There are many different choirs
-Every six weeks,
-all the choirs come together.
-This is part of the National
-Eisteddfod Choir for Cardiff.
-For those who aren't members
-of the choirs...
-..Rhiannon and I...
-..will get people to rehearse with
-us in time for the Eisteddfod.
-There will be pop music.
-is making an arrangement for us.
-This is different
-but it promises to be great.
-It will be great to see everything
-down in Cardiff Bay.
-The Eisteddfod was in Pontcanna
-It was very easy to miss.
-It will be different down the Bay.
-We want to raise awareness
-of the language in the area.
-I'm guessing you'll need tickets
-for the shows and performances.
-We want to get people involved
-in the whole event.
-The Cardiff Blues Choir
-has only 40% of Welsh members.
-We have non-Welsh speaking members
-They like being a mixed choir.
-They struggled to sing Calon Lan
-..but they're now performing
-some hard pieces.
-I like to see the different ways
-people come to join us.
-Some see us in the games...
-..and are shocked to see us
-singing Latin songs.
-We have a lot of members.
-Elinor was saying that Rhys
-wanted to play for Wales.
-Did you always want to be a
-I asked for a piano
-at the age of four.
-I had my first lesson in Pontypridd.
-This is a photograph with my hero,
-That was when I was in Year 7.
-It was one of the best experiences
-of my life on television.
-Rhiannon Pritchard is my wife.
-My wife, Rhiannon and I
-received a lot of praise...
-..when we performed a duet
-at the National Eisteddfod...
-..and won the first prize.
-Are you looking for anywhere
-to visit during half term?
-Look no further as you can visit
-the Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort...
-..for a lesson
-in Pembrokeshire history.
-The site also gives opportunities
-to improve your Welsh skills.
-Castell Henllys is a museum that is
-famous for portraying the Iron Age.
-It not only tells the story
-of the area's history...
-..but has a bilingual cafe called
-Ysgubor that serves all visitors.
-There's a warm welcome
-with a lovely sign by the door.
-Yes, it reads
-"Start your day with a cuppa!"
-My daughter chose to put that up
-and it's very true.
-The menu is bilingual and a lot
-of people ask "What's this 'call'?"
-It took a while
-to realize that they meant cawl!
-It's important to show visitors
-that Wales has her own language...
-..and it's part of our way of life.
-They hear us speaking Welsh
-and take an interest.
-There's a touch of Pembrokeshire
-on the menu with local produce.
-All the staff speak Welsh and
-it gives an excellent impression.
-You've won an award
-for all this incredible work.
-Yes, and it was a huge shock
-to win the Shwmae Award.
-A committee in Pembrokeshire
-has about eleven categories.
-I was nominated
-by the Welsh Language Initiative.
-There was no doubt about
-running my business as bilingual...
-..and I've won this award
-as a result of that.
-We leave the cafe
-for the roundhouses.
-Delun Gibby ensures visitors
-get an all-round experience.
-She's an archaeologist on the site.
-We do guided tours in Welsh
-and for Welsh learners.
-Tourists from across the world
-also show their interest.
-They want to learn phrases such as
-"Iechyd Da!" and "Diolch yn fawr."
-There's a close-knit team
-at Castell Henllys...
-..made up of fluent Welsh speakers
-and Welsh learners.
-This community is reflected
-in our Iron Age performances.
-This is an open-air museum
-that brings the past to life.
-It helps people to empathize
-with being Welsh.
-There's a lot to do
-and to suit everyone.
-You can experience the past,
-dress up and have your face painted.
-We also celebrate Celtic festivals
-and there's a lot to do.
-One thing is certain at the site...
-..even if you're just here to take
-a stroll through the forest...
-..you'll get a warm and hearty
-Welsh and Celtic welcome.
-It looks like
-a great place to visit.
-Angharad Mair is at the helm
-of tonight's Heno.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Happy professional birthday, Sian.
-I started 35 years ago to tomorrow.
-I was upset when Owain
-said he wasn't even born!
-We're celebrating tonight.
-We launch the competition
-to find the new Gelert of Wales...
-..with our special judges.
-There's a fantastic prize
-up for grabs.
-Gerallt is live in Beddgelert...
-Dafydd Emyr joins me to chat about
-the new S4C film, Beddgelert.
-The film, Beddgelert
-is part of S4C's month of legends.
-This is a new film.
-One viewer can win up to 1,000
-in the game, Fancy A Fortune?
-It's ten years since the death of
-the rugby legend, Ray Gravell.
-We hear of a special lunch that was
-held in honour of Ray Gravell...
-..at Parc y Scarlets yesterday.
-After the break, we open
-the covers of our Book Club.
-Sales by the Welsh Books Council
-are at the lowest in six years.
-Elin Williams, the former Head
-of Welsh at Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi...
-..looks at the positive aspects
-of the Welsh literary industry.
-A recent report showed that
-the sales Welsh language books...
-..sold by the Welsh Books Council
-is at its lowest in six years.
-These statistics are true for both
-adults and children's books...
-..and based on the figures of the
-council's distribution centres...
-..that don't receive
-..but the Welsh Books Council
-is funded by the National Assembly.
-We're going to discuss this issue
-with Elin Williams...
-..the former Head of Welsh
-at Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi.
-Welcome to the programme, Elin.
-What are your thoughts
-on the findings of this report?
-It's very disappointing.
-You have to think about the reasons
-As a teacher, I had to encourage
-children to read.
-You hope that they will continue
-The reason for this demise could be
-the price of the books.
-There have been great developments
-in Welsh books.
-Sales of children's books
-is on the demise too.
-This is disappointing.
-You often don't know what to buy
-I don't read a lot.
-Where should I start?
-A lot of people want to read more.
-I think Owain is a creative person.
-I think there's some great pieces
-by Llwyd Owen.
-His work is very modern.
-It's often from the thriller genre.
-His book, Taffia is great.
-It's important to get
-the right book...
-..for the reader.
-The wrong book can make someone stop
-reading for some time.
-I remember teaching
-some Sixth Formers.
-One boy struggled with his reading.
-He read Lladd Duw by Dewi Prysor...
-..and he loved the book.
-He went on to read more books.
-It's difficult to suggest books.
-We're both fans of the Kindle.
-It's important to point out
-that a lot of people...
-..don't realize that you can get
-Welsh language books for the Kindle.
-Some of my favourite books
-are on the Kindle.
-I paid for those Welsh books
-for the Kindle.
-I'm not sure where that stands
-in terms of sales.
-The different options are available.
-I prefer to read a book
-than a Kindle.
-Autobiographies are very popular.
-There's a lot in the Welsh language.
-People tend to buy more
-The books contain various
-You don't really get that
-in a Kindle.
-I think people tend
-to buy the book...
-..if it's factual and
-A novel is better on a Kindle.
-Some of these books look like
-they've been used more than once.
-Yn Ol I Leifior and Traed Mewn
-Cyffion are well read by me!
-I own a book
-called 100 Great Reads...
-..that names the 100 English books
-every person should read...
-..and I'm working
-my way through that list.
-I still haven't read War And Peace.
-I read a book by Phillip Pullman.
-It was great.
-The Wales Book of the Year
-is an excellent medium...
-Welsh language books.
-A lot of the books on the table
-are former winners.
-I've read the work of the late,
-Gareth F Williams.
-I think you'd enjoy Awst yn Anognia.
-There's a lot of great books
-After the break,
-Alison Huw joins us in the studio.
-She chats about vegan diets
-at the start of World Vegan Month.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme.
-The Vegan Society dedicates
-the whole of November...
-..to raising awareness
-about this diet.
-Today, we're looking at vegan foods.
-What is a vegan diet?
-Vegans will only
-consume plant-based foods.
-Vegans do not eat meat,
-eggs or dairy products.
-More and more young people are
-opting to follow a vegan diet.
-People are doing this for a number
-Many associate this diet
-with their general health.
-A lot of people want to include
-..whilst also enjoying some meat.
-It's very important
-to have a variety of food.
-Meat and dairy products contain a
-lot of calcium and other nutrients.
-You have to plan in advance
-to have all these nutrients.
-Sweet items are very difficult
-when you're a vegan.
-I've made pancakes with almond milk.
-You can use any other milk.
-I used coconut oil instead of eggs.
-What do you think, Owain?
-Restaurants and supermarkets have
-responded to the growing demand...
-..for vegan diets.
-Burgers are very popular.
-I've got some burgers
-made from vegetables and soya.
-You can make it yourself
-but this can be time-consuming...
-..so you can buy these
-There's also a steak
-made from cauliflower.
-We also have the miniature pumpkins.
-You can stuff it with rice and
-..to ensure you have
-all your protein.
-A vegan diet is very colourful.
-There's a lot of colourful items.
-There's a purple potato.
-It tastes just like a normal potato.
-I've also bought some sausages.
-It's difficult to find bread
-Keep an eye out
-for the "V" emblem...
-..to mark that it's suitable
-There's an array of yoghurts made
-from coconut milk.
-You need to be careful with pasta.
-Pasta can be made from eggs.
-I found one that is made without
-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da, Huw looks
-at an array of children's fashion.
-Dr Ann also opens the doors
-of her surgery.
-Ar y Lein with Bethan Gwanas
-follows the S4C news and weather.
-a very good afternoon to you all.
Byddwn ni'n agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yn cynnig cyngor bwyd a diod gan drafod diet fegan.Today's programme features the book club and advice on eating a vegan diet.