Wed, 02 Aug 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 02 Aug 2017

Byddwn yn sgwrsio gydag aelodau'r elusen Homestart, a byddwn yn trafod llyfrau i ddisgyblion ysgol. We hear about the charity Homestart and we'll discuss books for school children.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on a glorious August day!

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-It feels more like the winter...

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-..but you'll always have

-a warm welcome on Prynhawn Da.

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-This is what we have for you today.

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-Using animal patterns in our homes

-has become quite trendy.

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-Today, Lowri Steffan

-has tips on using these patterns.

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-Young members of our Book Club look

-at Cipio'r Llyw by Awen Schiavone...

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-..and Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-Ieuan has some gardening advice

-for this time of year.

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-The food blogger, Ellie Jones...

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-..has tips on adding hidden

-nutrients to our children's diets.

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-Join Sian and me for all this

-and more on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-There's a current plague

-of horseflies.

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-People across the UK are suffering

-from their razor sharp bites.

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-The pharmacist, Catrin Chapple

-has advice on treating these bites.

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-Welcome to the programme, Catrin.

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-Horseflies are a major problem

-at the moment.

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-This summer we have had

-warm weather.

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-They tend to come out

-when the weather is warmer.

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-You don't know where the horsefly

-has been.

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-They often rest on animals.

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-We are walking around in the summer

-and our skin is more exposed.

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-Horseflies have razor sharp jaws

-and can cause a very painful bite.

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-They grow to fairly large critters

-and can reach 2.25 inches in length.

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-They tend to cut the skin

-with their bite.

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-You want to avoid them at first.

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-Apply insect repellent to the bite.

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-Cover up as much as you can.

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-Keep the bite clean

-to avoid infection.

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-Horsefly bites develop into large,

-itchy swollen bumps within minutes.

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-Use an ice-pack to reduce

-the swelling.

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-People react to these bites

-differently.

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-My mother was bitten on the ankle

-and needed a course of antibiotics.

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-Seek medical advice

-if the bite worsens.

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-Many people are

-going away this month.

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-You have to prepare

-for your travels.

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-Some travel abroad

-or stay in this country.

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-Use sun cream outdoors

-to help protect the skin.

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-Ensure you slap on the sun cream

-and keep hydrated.

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-You can burn easily in this country.

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-It can be deceiving.

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-Yes, it's important to be careful

-with sunburn in this country too.

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-The sun's rays can be strong

-in overcast conditions.

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-Take a First Aid kit on days out.

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-Every home should have

-a First Aid kit.

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-Ensure it's packed with plasters

-and antiseptics.

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-You can even get plasters

-that will appeal to children.

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-We also eat rich foods on holidays.

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-Pack medication that will aid the

-indigestion and an upset stomach.

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-You can buy a pack that you can buy

-or make up your own pack at home.

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-It's important to take

-all your medication on holidays.

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-Yes, don't forget about

-your medication.

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-Many people will go away

-and forget or lose their medication.

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-Some travellers will run out

-of their prescriptions.

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-Visit your pharmacy and stock up on

-your medication before travelling.

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-There can be language issues

-in foreign climbs.

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-Carry out some research

-before you travel abroad.

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-Make a list of the tablets

-and medication that you're taking.

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-To help doctors abroad, note names

-of allergies in a foreign language.

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-Always check what jabs you need

-to travel to certain countries.

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-It makes life easier for all.

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-We travel in many forms now.

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-Some people suffer from

-travel sickness.

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-Speak to your doctor

-to see what suits you.

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-You can also take over the counter

-travel sickness medication.

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-There are also bands

-that you can wear on your wrist.

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-It's important that you try

-to pack your medication.

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-The same applies if you take

-insulin.

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-Keep your insulin in a cool box.

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-Pack your medication

-in a different bag too.

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-After the break...

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-..Lowri Steffan has tips on

-using animal patterns in our home.

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-Our young Book Club members review

-Cipio'r Llyw by Awen Schiavone...

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-..and Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time for some interior design

-advice from Lowri Steffan.

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-Patterns featuring animals

-are everywhere at the moment.

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-There's an abundance of furnishings

-of this theme in the shops now.

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-We've seem them all summer

-with birds and flamingos.

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-As we head into the autumn, we have

-more wildlife-themed furnishings.

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-The shops are looking

-to the autumn now.

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-The palate

-is a lot darker and richer.

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-The rabbit cushion is 39.50

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-This is typical of this theme.

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-There's a lot of detail

-on this cushion...

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-..and it's almost three dimensional.

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-The rabbit cushion with

-the pompom tail is 14 from Asda.

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-This is a lot cheaper

-than the first cushion.

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-It would look great

-in a girl's bedroom.

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-This is a great grown-up look.

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-Combine it with this natural looking

-bed throw.

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-We've got a hedgehog tea light

-for 3.50 from Dunelm.

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-This is lovely and a great touch.

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-I also like the mice.

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-They look pewter

-but are made from resin.

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-These items come from Asda.

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-There's a hare mug for 2.50

-from Wilkinson's.

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-It's a simple look.

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-There's a lovely collection

-from Asda.

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-You can get fox and badger mugs

-from Asda at 3 each.

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-These are also great for children

-and enticing their interest...

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-..in wildlife.

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-They all come from Asda

-and part of the same collection.

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-They also look quite traditional.

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-Let's move to Africa.

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-This look is wonderful.

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-I really like it.

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-We start with Marks and Spencer.

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-They have a lot of items.

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-They have created a story here.

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-It's 17.50 for a set of four plates

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-The plates all come

-in the same size.

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-You can buy plates of

-a different size too.

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-You can use these plates

-on a daily basis.

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-You can also wash them

-in the dishwater.

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-You could even hang

-them on the wall.

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-They don't look

-as if they are plastic.

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-The burnt orange elephant cushion

-is 19.50 from Marks and Spencer.

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-You can see that the store

-is helping you build this look.

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-The gold ornament featuring

-four animals is 20 from Dunelm.

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-This is a resin ornament.

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-It's got an autumnal look.

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-Place it next to the sofa

-on top of a side table.

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-You don't have to spend a fortune to

-attain this look.

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-Combine the cushions

-with some plain cushions.

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-The small African-themed

-wooden table is 44.99 from TK Maxx.

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-It's a great table

-that compliments this look.

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-There's a touch of an Asian theme

-in this detailed table.

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-They look like quality items.

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-Don't forget about our

-summer photography competition.

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-The summer holidays

-are officially here.

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-We'd like you to share your summer

-in our photography competition.

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-If you're eating ice cream,

-having a picnic in the park...

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-..socialising with friends at the

-seaside or at home with family...

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-..we'd like to see your photographs.

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-You can capture your photos

-on your phone, tablet or camera...

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-..to ensure that the summer of 2017

-is recorded forever.

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-The winner will receive

-an iPad or television.

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-The competition

-is open until 25 August.

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-Send your entry to...

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-..Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE...

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-..or to [email protected]

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-You can also send your images

-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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-Get snapping

-and send us your photographs.

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-It's time to open the covers

-of our Book Club.

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-Cipio'r Llyw by Awen Schiavone

-and Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros...

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-..are under the microscopes

-of Mirain Dafydd and Lewis Dafydd.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-We start with Pluen

-by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-The story is about 12-year-old Huw.

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-We follow Huw on his summer holiday.

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-He has a project over the summer.

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-He finds out how World War II

-has affected his family.

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-His grandmother's brother

-got a white feather...

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-..because he didn't go to war.

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-I didn't know that they would

-hand out a white feather...

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-..to those who opposed the war.

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-I was able to understand

-the novel more...

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-..after spending a week

-with Northwalians at Glan-llyn.

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-I enjoyed the novel.

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-I prefer stories

-with a lot of mystery.

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-I would give Pluen 9.5 out of 10.

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-I would recommend it.

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-This novel is great for

-my friends.

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-There are all emotions

-in this novels.

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-I'm 11 years old

-and it suits my age range.

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-At first, I was apprehensive about

-reading the novel, Cipio'r Llyw.

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-The story didn't appeal to me

-initially.

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-We're introduced to a pirate

-from Wales in the 18th century.

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-We follow 15-year-old Hywel Dafydd

-on his swashbuckling adventures.

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-Hywel's travels take him

-to Sierra Leone and Barbados.

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-Hywel is imprisoned for three months

-but soon becomes captain of a ship.

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-It's a very interesting read.

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-You got a picture of the era rather

-than the places that he visited.

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-It reminds of childhood characters

-like Black Bart and Harri Morgan.

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-It's the debut novel for the author.

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-The novel was an easy read

-and it wasn't comprehensive.

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-I would recommend this novel

-for a younger audience.

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-I'm 17 years old.

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-I think it's a great holiday read.

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-I wouldn't tend to read this type

-of book but I'm open to any books.

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-Do you struggle to find books for

-your age group in Welsh?

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-I find it difficult to search for

-a novel in the Welsh language...

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-..for my age range.

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-I give Cipio'r Llyw 8 out of 10.

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-Do you struggle to find books

-for your age group in Welsh, Lewis?

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-There's plenty of Welsh novels

-for my age range...

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-..but I would like to see more.

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-We are both going to

-the Eisteddfod this year too.

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-Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros

-is published by Y Lolfa for 5.99.

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-Cipio'r Llyw by Awen Schiavone

-is published by Y Lolfa for 6.99.

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-There's still plenty to enjoy

-on today's Prynhawn Da in a moment.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment, Ieuan steps into the

-garden to offer his monthly advice.

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-There's also tips on making

-nutritional dishes for the family...

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-..from the food blogger,

-Ellie Jones.

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-Don't you move a muscle!

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-The Royal Welsh Show in Llanelwedd

-saw the launch of City Deal.

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-The project sees the collaboration

-of the county councils of Swansea...

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-..Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire

-and Neath Port Talbot.

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-Let's hear more about the project...

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-..from the councillors,

-Cefin Campbell and Emlyn Dole...

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-..who are members of the committee

-that operates the scheme.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-What is the City Deal?

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-The City Deal was launched

-at the Royal Welsh Show.

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-It features four counties.

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-The City Deal

-will receive investment...

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-..from the National Assembly

-and the British Government.

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-We chose eleven specific projects...

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-..as part of our City Deal.

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-The projects

-that will receive funding...

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-..deal with the health sector,

-energy, digital manufacturers...

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-..and successful universities.

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-A sum of 241 million

-will be invested...

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-..to support and build upon

-the strengths of specific projects.

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-This is over 15 years.

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-It's expected to produce

-over 10,000 jobs.

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-These jobs will come in the form

-of Yr Egin in Carmarthen.

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-Cefin has been working on

-the agricultural aspect of it.

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-Yes, I've worked

-with the rural affairs.

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-It's my role to help to regenerate

-the rural areas of wales.

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-This is being managed

-by a special committee...

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-..that's made up of councillors

-from each of the districts...

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-..and from different

-political parties.

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-We plan to develop the economy

-and create job.

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-We'll also look at creating jobs

-for young people...

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-..and working on broadband

-acceptability.

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-This is very challenging.

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-It's a collaboration

-between five counties.

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-I hope that when the rural strategy

-is developed in Carmarthenshire...

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-..we hope to involve

-the other counties.

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-Brexit is on the horizon.

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-A lot of people are worried...

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-..about the way Brexit

-is going to affect us.

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-Three months ago, the four counties

-signed a special agreement.

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-We're pioneers in this field.

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-We'll manage it all in

-Carmarthenshire.

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-Good luck with this new

-and important scheme.

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-It isn't the weather for gardening

-but Ieuan has his monthly tips next.

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-Today, he's focusing on garlic

-and hydrangeas.

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-Last December, you may recall

-that I planted some garlic cloves.

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-Those plants are ready to be picked.

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-Garlic should be harvested

-when the lower leaves are yellow...

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-..but the higher leaves

-are still green.

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-It means the plant has reduced its

-nutritional supply to the leaves.

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-I've harvested some but left these

-to show you the process...

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-..and in that time, the leaves

-have lost all their greenness.

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-You can leave the plants

-to dry out and die in the soil...

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-..but it heightens the risk of

-rotting bulbs and losing the crop.

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-It's best to pick the plants

-when the leaves are half green...

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-..and allow them to dry

-and harden over three weeks.

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-As a result, the bulbs

-should last for at least six months.

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-First, use a fork to soften the soil

-around the plant and the bulb...

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-..but take care not

-to bruise the plant.

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-Dry the plants in a warm

-and dry place for a week...

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-..with the leaves still attached.

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-In that week, the goodness from the

-leaves will have entered the bulbs.

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-The leaves will turn brown

-as you can see with these plants.

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-Snip the stems with a scissors

-to about five inches in length.

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-Next, brush off any excess soil

-and trim the roots.

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-Return the bulbs to dry

-but place them upside down.

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-After another week to fortnight

-of drying and hardening...

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-..remove the stems and roots and

-put them somewhere cool to be used.

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-Take a look at the stunning

-red shade of this hydrangea.

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-I've got another shrub with pink

-flowers that have hints of purple.

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-It blue flowers in acidic soil or

-pale pink flowers in alkaline soil.

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-The colour varies from blue and pink

-in neutral soil.

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-The Welsh names mean the Rainbow

-Flower or Flower of 13 colours.

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-The petals get their blue hue

-from aluminium...

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-..but the roots cannot absorb

-the aluminium in alkaline soil.

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-If you want blue flowers

-but don't have acidic soil...

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-..treat the shrub every week with a

-colourant with aluminium sulphate.

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-The sulphur helps

-to give acidic soil.

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-Dissolve an ounce of the colourant

-in five litres of water...

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-..and water the shrub with this

-mixture every week in the summer.

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-The name of hydrangea stems for

-the Greek term for water, hydro...

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-..as these shrubs need a lot

-of water to grow successfully.

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-..especially in August when

-they produce buds for next year.

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-A lack of water now restricts

-their ability to flower next year.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's fair to say that children can

-be very fussy eaters...

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-..especially when it

-comes to healthy options.

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-Grandparents who are watching

-and babysitting right now...

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-..will know exactly

-what I'm talking about!

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-Today, we're joined by

-the food blogger, Ellie Jones.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You write blogs on creating dishes

-with hidden nutrients...

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-..for the little members

-of our families.

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-It's a challenge to get little ones

-to eat healthily.

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-It can be difficult.

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-The food needs to be colourful.

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-You should discuss food

-with your children.

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-I've got two sons.

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-..and my third is on the way!

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-We start with pesto.

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-I've got some recipes that are

-quick, simple and cheap to make.

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-Pesto is very easy to make

-and is great with pasta.

0:34:120:34:15

-I could eat pesto every day!

0:34:160:34:21

-Pesto is easy to make

-and the children can help you too.

0:34:210:34:28

-The children enjoyed

-tearing up the basil.

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-I make mine in a pestle and mortar.

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-You can make it in a blender.

0:34:430:34:55

-Grind the pine nuts, the basil,

-garlic and olive oil.

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-It should last for a few days

-in the fridge.

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-Would you combine it with pasta?

0:35:150:35:27

-chicken, tuna...

0:35:280:35:34

-The boys love the soup.

0:35:340:35:39

-It's lovely with baked chicken

-and mozzarella.

0:35:390:35:47

-It's also great with fresh tuna.

0:35:470:35:59

-I'm having pasta and pesto tonight!

0:36:030:36:10

-I keep the sauce in the fridge

-and even freeze it.

0:36:100:36:22

-This is very easy to freeze.

0:36:330:36:43

-Pesto is very easy to make

-and is great with pasta.

0:36:430:36:53

-It's cheaper to make

-a large batch of this...

0:36:530:36:58

-..than buying it in a jar.

0:36:580:37:02

-You can buy the tomatoes

-that are on offer.

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-The homemade version

-is low in sugar and salt.

0:37:160:37:23

-You can also serve it

-with other things.

0:37:230:37:27

-Pizza is great for making at home

-on a dull day.

0:37:270:37:34

-We use the tomato sauce on the base.

0:37:340:37:38

-Let's move on the dessert.

0:37:380:37:44

-A compote is a great way

-to get children to enjoy fruit.

0:37:450:37:49

-I often use frozen berries.

0:37:490:37:53

-Frozen berries

-are cheaper than the fresh ones.

0:37:530:37:57

-Boil them in a saucepan

-and you have your own compote.

0:37:570:38:03

-You can add a touch of sugar

-if you need it.

0:38:030:38:09

-I don't like to give my children

-too much sugar.

0:38:090:38:14

-Mix it with yoghurt.

0:38:140:38:20

-It's similar to a famous yoghurt!

0:38:210:38:27

-We have the compote with pancakes

-and porridge.

0:38:270:38:31

-I enjoy the compote

-with a chocolate brownie...

0:38:310:38:35

-..after I've put

-the children to bed!

0:38:350:38:40

-My son wouldn't drink milk...

0:38:400:38:44

-..so I experimented

-with these milk lollies.

0:38:440:38:48

-You can make flavoured milk lollies

-by adding banana or strawberry.

0:38:490:38:55

-I think we should try them later.

0:38:550:38:58

-Don't forget about tonight's Heno

-at 7.00pm that climaxes with...

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-..Fancy A Fortune?

0:39:050:39:07

-# Fancy A Fortune? #

0:39:070:39:14

-I'm going on holiday

-if I win Fancy A Fortune?

0:39:140:39:17

-You won't see me again

-if I win Fancy A Fortune?

0:39:170:39:20

-Here we go!

0:39:200:39:22

-Pick up the phone

-to find out how much you can win.

0:39:220:39:25

-You've won 1,000!

0:39:250:39:27

-500!

0:39:280:39:29

-You've won 75, Marged.

-You've won 1,000!

0:39:300:39:38

-Even Gerallt is excited.

0:39:380:39:40

-Fancy A Fortune?

0:39:410:39:43

-Owain has joined us to tell us

-more about tonight's Heno.

0:39:470:39:57

-Wednesday is the night

-that we play Fancy A Fortune?

0:39:570:40:02

-One lucky viewer could win up to

-1,000 with the spin of our wheel.

0:40:030:40:08

-We'll set a simple question

-at 7.00pm.

0:40:090:40:13

-Mari has hit the road

-and taken the wheel to Aberystwyth.

0:40:130:40:17

-Mari is live in Aberystwyth...

0:40:170:40:20

-..to hear about a community event

-called the Far Old Line Festival.

0:40:200:40:24

-Rhodri Gomer has ventured

-to the rugby club in Llangefni...

0:40:240:40:29

-..to meet with a well-known

-rugby player and former teammate.

0:40:290:40:32

-George North is back on Anglesey...

0:40:330:40:35

-..to be honoured

-by his former rugby club.

0:40:350:40:38

-George will be ordained

-into the Gorsedd of Bards...

0:40:380:40:41

-..at next week's National Eisteddfod

-on Anglesey.

0:40:410:40:44

-We're joined in the studio by the

-professional cyclist, Manon Lloyd.

0:40:440:40:52

-Geraint Rowlands chats about

-organizing the Caderman Triathlon.

0:40:520:40:57

-Elin Fflur travels

-to Betws-y-Coed...

0:40:570:41:02

-..to meet the people behind

-a company called Pero Pet Foods.

0:41:020:41:12

-Thank you for joining us.

0:41:120:41:14

-This is lovely.

0:41:140:41:16

-I'm having pasta tonight.

0:41:160:41:18

-Join us for tomorrow's

-Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm.

0:41:180:41:21

-Our antiques expert,

-Viv, looks at Nantgarw china.

0:41:220:41:24

-Huw casts his net and catches

-some blue nautical fashion.

0:41:250:41:28

-After the news and weather on S4C,

-we visit Italy for Dudley yn Umbria.

0:41:280:41:33

-Until tomorrow,

-a very good afternoon to you all.

0:41:340:41:37

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0:41:400:41:42

Byddwn yn sgwrsio gydag aelodau'r elusen Homestart, a byddwn yn trafod llyfrau i ddisgyblion ysgol. We hear about the charity Homestart and we'll discuss books for school children.


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