Wed, 03 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 03 Feb 2016

Cawn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma gyda chyngor bwyd a diod. The weekly book club and the food and drink slot. Plus, Carys Tudor offers style tips for the home.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's great to have your company.

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-During the next 50 minutes...

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-..Carys Tudor astounds us

-with her ten unique tips.

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-Menna Wyn Davies discusses

-her experiences with cancer.

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-Our Book Club members review

-I Botany Bay by Bethan Gwanas.

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-Rhodri Gomer and Dafydd Latham

-share advice on joining a gym.

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-Alison Huw also focuses

-on the marmalade season.

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-There's plenty to keep us busy over

-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-On Saturday, Mudiad Meithrin

-opens its first creche in Cardiff.

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-Today's guests from Mudiad

-are looking forward to it.

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-Nia Parker

-is the Cardiff Support Officer...

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-..and Donna Joseph

-is the creche manager.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-It's great news for Mudiad Meithrin.

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-This is great news for us

-as Mudiad Meithrin.

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-It will be the first Welsh-language

-creche in the city.

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-What is the difference

-between a creche and a nursery?

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-A nursery is a full-time thing, but

-a creche is only for a few hours.

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-The location is fantastic

-and convenient.

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-The creche will be at

-the Old Library in Cardiff.

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-It will be a great aspect

-of the centre.

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-People will be able to leave

-their children with us...

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-..whilst they go shopping

-or have their hair done.

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-Children between the ages

-of three and eight are welcome.

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-There are special themes

-in the creche as well.

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-The creche will be held

-in a room like a balloon.

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-This is the home of Dewin and Doti.

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-How can parents get in touch

-with the creche?

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-Information is available on our

-website and our Facebook page.

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-They can book ahead of time...

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-..or they can call in on chance...

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-..and see if we have room

-for their children.

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-You've got a team of workers.

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-We have three staff members.

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-We have a variety of different

-activities for the different ages.

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-There will be a great

-Welsh atmosphere in the creche.

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-There's an open day taking place.

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-This Saturday, we have an open day

-between 11.00am and 4.00pm.

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-Between 11.00am and 2.00pm...

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-..we offer people the opportunity

-to come in and see the creche.

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-Later in the day,

-we have our official opening.

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-We will be launching the new anthem

-for our Mudiad Meithrin.

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-Carys John has composed

-the song especially for us.

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-She'll be at the launch

-of the creche.

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-When do the doors open officially

-to children?

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-The doors officially open

-on Tuesday 9 February.

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-Our weekend hours will be 11.00am

-until 5.00pm on Saturday...

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-..and 11.00am until 4.00pm

-on Sunday.

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-Parents will be jumping for joy!

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-Yes, this is great for parents

-and families.

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-After the break, Carys Tudor

-joins us with her handy advice.

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-If you think an elastic band simply

-holds things together, think again!

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-All will be revealed shortly.

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-Menna Wyn Davies also discusses

-her battle with breast cancer.

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-Welcome back.

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-An elastic band is handy

-to hold things together...

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-..tie your hair up

-or as a playful catapult!

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-Carys has ten practical uses

-for the conventional rubber band.

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-They are available everywhere.

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-You will find elastic bands

-everywhere.

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-Elastic bands can be used

-for a variety of different things.

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-These ideas will make life easier.

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-They work great as physio for

-someone with arthritis.

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-They help to work the fingers.

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-This is great to strengthen

-your hands.

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-If you find it difficult

-to get a grip on a pencil...

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-..you should use an elastic.

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-Elastics are great for placing

-around a pen or pencil for grip.

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-It's far more comfortable.

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-Place and elastic band

-around a jar...

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-..to help open the lid.

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-Place an elastic

-around a wooden spoon...

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-..to stop it from falling

-into a saucepan.

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-This happens to me all of the time!

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-Place one around a soap dispenser...

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-..to stop children

-from using too much.

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-The elastic will stop the soap

-bottle from going all the way down.

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-You can use this technique

-with a paint brush.

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-Place an elastic around

-the television remote...

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-..to stop any marking of the table.

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-You can also place elastics

-on a chopping board...

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-..to stop it from slipping.

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-I have tiles in the kitchen

-and my chopping board always slips.

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-Place an elastic around a spanner

-or screwdriver...

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-..when using them on a ladder

-or in a small space.

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-Wrap the elastic around your wrist.

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-They are great for placing

-around hangers...

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-..as they stop the clothes

-from slipping off.

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-A top with a wide-neck always

-seems to fall of the hanger.

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-They usually fall off

-in the wardrobe.

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-I would never have thought

-an elastic was so helpful.

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-You must sit at home

-and conjure up these ideas!

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-If you have more than

-one similar key...

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-..you could place a coloured elastic

-to recognize the different ones.

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-I have similar keys for

-the front and the back door.

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-I place an elastic

-in my diary to keep the page.

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-I'm an olf-fashioned person

-and I find this helps me.

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-For those who are expecting or have

-had recent stomach surgery...

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-..they are great

-for extending a button.

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-This is great for expectant mothers

-who don't want to buy new trousers.

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-It will give a bit of extra room.

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-If you want to put a poster

-on a lamppost...

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-..place the elastic

-around the post...

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-..and connect the two sides

-of the elastic with a paperclip.

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-This could also work on a gate.

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-If Rhodri can put his hands

-together.

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-This is a simple yet effective idea.

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-You can fasten this to anything.

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-The spoon idea is my favourite.

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-You learn everything here

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-I've changed your life.

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-Don't forget to enter

-our winter photography competition.

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-We want to see

-your interpretations of the season.

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-Thanks to all of those who have

-already sent us their snapshots.

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-Here's are the entry details.

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-Winter is upon us and it's the theme

-of our new photography competition.

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-The days might be shorter

-and the weather is bleak...

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-..but get out with your camera

-to take photographs of your winter.

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-The winner gets an iPad

-or television.

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-Entries should reach us

-by midday on 29 February.

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-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Email them to

-[email protected]

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-You can also contact us via

-Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Make sure you send us your entries.

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-Tomorrow is World Cancer Day.

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-Menna Wyn Davies knows exactly

-how the illness can affect a life.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about your experience.

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-In October 2014, I received

-the worst news possible...

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-..I had breast cancer.

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-It was going to affect me

-and my family.

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-You were still quite young too.

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-I was only 34 at the time.

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-You believe your invincible.

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-You also had two young sons.

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-My sons were only four and five

-at the time.

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-It was difficult as I was going

-through chemotherapy...

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-..and looking after them.

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-What made you go to see the doctor?

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-My mother had cancer

-and I found a lump.

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-I went to see the doctor

-and it was cancer.

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-I finished my treatment in July.

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-We've been raising money.

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-We've raised 19,000 for the cause.

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-I've signed up to

-the Cardiff Half Marathon.

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-I've done a half marathon

-in the past...

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-..but not since the treatment.

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-Many friends and family members

-have been very supportive.

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-My family and friends

-have been fantastic.

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-My parents helped to look

-after the children.

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-Your friends

-also went a step further.

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-Seven of my female friends

-shaved their heads to raise money.

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-If someone feels that they

-have found something unusual...

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-..they should go to the doctor.

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-You were quite open about it

-on your social media website.

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-I was very open on my social media

-pages to help with other people.

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-I felt that talking about it

-was a weight off my shoulders.

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-Cancer strikes anyone at any age.

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-There were many people

-who were older than me...

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-..when I was at

-the hospital for treatment.

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-However, it can affect anyone.

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-How did your sons react?

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-My children found it difficult.

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-They saw me without hair.

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-They look naughty in the photograph.

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-My oldest child was very caring

-and wanted to help...

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-..by making toast

-and giving me hugs.

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-You raised 7,000 for the unit

-that cared for you in Llanelli.

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-We raised 7,000 by shaving heads.

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-We raised money for

-the chemotherapy unit in Llanelli.

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-Two of my friends did

-the Dublin marathon...

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-..and others did the

-Llanelli Half Marathon.

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-You look great

-and have returned to work.

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-I've returned to work...

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-..but my priorities have changed and

-I spend more time with the family.

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-You hope to reach the 20,000 mark.

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-If anyone would like to contribute,

-we have a just giving page.

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-The details have been on the screen.

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-That's it from us for now

-but we'll see you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Still to come on the programme...

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-..Rhodri Gomer offers some advice

-to those thinking of joining a gym.

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-Alison welcomes the orange season

-with a selection of marmalades.

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-Stay tuned to find out more.

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-It's time to open our Book Club with

-Rhys Griffiths and Heulwen Davies.

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-We'll hear their comments

-and your phone calls and emails.

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-Today's novel is

-I Botany Bay by Bethan Gwanas.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-It's Bethan's first novel

-for adults in almost a decade.

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-After reading it you can see that

-she has taken her time...

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-..to write it.

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-This is the best book

-I've ever read!

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-It's also a historical book.

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-It's also a historical book.

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-The story is set in Dolgellau

-back in 1833.

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-It's a troublesome period.

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-It's the era of Dic Penderyn

-and before the Rebecca Riots.

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-The author has brought

-the period alive for me.

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-It's difficult to reveal too much.

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-The story has so many layers.

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-I Botany Bay

-is part fact and part fiction.

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-It follows

-the character of Ann Lewis.

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-She's a beautiful girl

-who is also intelligent.

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-She lives on a farm with her family.

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-Ann is an ordinary girl

-who finds work at a tailor shop.

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-Events take a turn for the worst.

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-She is swayed by temptations.

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-Her friends are also influential.

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-It's a heart-breaking story to read.

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-I was afraid read more

-as I went along.

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-The description in the story

-is fantastic.

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-This book has captivated me.

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-The characters drew me in.

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-Bethan is a people person.

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-There are real characters

-and fictional characters.

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-She explains that some

-of the story is true...

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-..but most of it's imaginary.

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-I love these genre of books.

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-The story is based in Bethel

-in the Dolgellau area.

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-I went to Dolgellau

-after reading the book.

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-I couldn't believe the events that

-took place on the square.

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-I was searching for the places

-in the book.

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-I would enquire the locals about

-places.

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-Let's hear the comments

-of Lowri Puw from Cricieth.

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-It's a story with multiple layers.

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-Bethan's novel is a story of love

-that's animated and historical.

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-Women were extradited to

-Botany Bay for breaking the law.

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-I urge you to read it

-as it's worth a read.

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-Brin Jones from Swansea

-shared his views via email.

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-'The novel is situated in a very

-interesting period in our history.'

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-'It shows that detailed research has

-been carried out about this period.'

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-'It is based on

-real characters and facts.'

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-'The author demonstrates

-the mastery of her craft...

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-'..when using these

-to build a story...

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-'..that grabs the reader's

-attention and passion.'

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-'The story is told against

-the backdrop of a society...

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-'..that's respectful on one hand and

-merciless or barbaric on the other.'

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-'You endure a range of emotions only

-to face an unexpected conclusion.'

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-'It's a historical novel

-that's worthy of a read.'

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-Thank you for your comments, Brin.

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-The story has multiple layers.

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-There's themes of religion

-in the story too.

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-There's mention that women are more

-tempted than men.

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-There's mention that women are more

-tempted than men.

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-The references are brilliant.

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-I feel that we go on

-this journey to Botany Bay.

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-You can imagine the scenery,

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-You can imagine the scenery.

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-I felt that the scenes were

-heart-breaking.

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-I thought the language would be

-difficult because it was historical.

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-We both give it a ten out of ten.

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-I Botany Bay by Bethan Gwanas

-is published by Y Lolfa for 8.99.

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-Keeping fit has turned

-into a big business...

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-..with some gym memberships

-costing over 50 a month!

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-For those with a smaller budget,

-there are other options available.

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-Hundreds of leisure centres

-across the country...

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-..offer membership

-for a fraction of the cost.

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-We sent Rhodri Gomer

-to Trimsaran Leisure Centre...

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-..to get some advice from the

-fitness instructor, Dafydd Latham.

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-Hello, Dafydd.

-Tell me about yourself.

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-When did you become

-a fitness instructor?

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-I've always shown

-an interest in fitness.

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-Three years ago,

-I became a fitness instructor.

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-I have the opportunity to

-help people and keep fit.

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-You'd find equipment like this

-in most leisure centres or gyms.

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-There's cardio, weight-training

-and free-weight equipment.

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-Free-weight equipment

-is used by experienced gym-goers.

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-Where shall we start?

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-We start on the treadmill to warm up

-the body and raise your heart rate.

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-Why is it important to warm up?

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-Your blood needs to start flowing

-around the body and muscles.

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-The muscles will warm up

-and react better to exercise.

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-This will reduce the risk of injury.

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-We've done enough walking and need

-to start moving at a jogging pace.

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-With technique, keep your chest high

-and the body straight.

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-Keep your shoulders back

-and look straight ahead.

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-The strength of the body comes

-from your core and stomach muscles.

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-Ensure that this is always solid

-and strong during every exercise.

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-We move on to the rowing machine

-that works the upper body...

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-..including shoulders,

-back and arms.

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-We'll complete

-a ten-minute programme.

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-A minute of low intensity followed

-by a minute of high intensity.

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-With the high intensity,

-you must move as fast as you can.

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-Let's go.

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-Ten seconds to go.

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-Three, two, one - fantastic.

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-My body was working hard

-at the end of that exercise.

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-It's important that people

-don't push themselves too much.

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-You need to feel comfortable

-and don't over-do it too early on.

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-The exercises we've done

-have worked the heart...

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-are good at working the muscles.

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-This equipment works the legs

-targets different areas of the body.

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-Another one works the quads

-at the front of the leg.

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-We also have equipment

-to work the back muscles.

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-Place your hands on the handles

-and slowly push forward.

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-Start with light weights

-that feel comfortable to you.

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-Raise the weight

-as your body responds.

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-Complete a few reps

-- between 12 and 16.

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-Keep reps high to get blood

-pumping around the muscles.

0:32:540:32:57

-Thanks, Daf.

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-Have you got any more advice?

0:33:000:33:03

-You'll need an induction with

-a professional before you start.

0:33:030:33:07

-It'll help you become accustom

-to the gym and the equipment.

0:33:070:33:11

-It would help to have a partner,

-so you can encourage each other.

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-It will help you reach

-any long term goals.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

0:33:380:33:40

-What do you spread on your toast

-in the morning?

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-Is it honey, jam,

-chocolate spread...

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-..or are you like many others

-who prefer lashings of marmalade?

0:33:450:33:48

-Marmalade falls in

-and out of fashion.

0:33:480:33:51

-But thanks to one little bear that

-appeared in a new film last year...

0:33:510:33:55

-..the sticky conserve

-has made a comeback.

0:33:550:33:58

-Welcome to the programme, Alison.

0:33:580:34:01

-Thank you.

0:34:010:34:07

-It's back in fashion at last!

0:34:070:34:12

-Enjoy your marmalade.

0:34:130:34:23

-Seville oranges are in season

-for six weeks.

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-They use these oranges to make

-marmalade.

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-You have to watch your pan when

-you are making your marmalade.

0:34:490:34:58

-It's easy to make.

0:34:580:35:08

-Do you know the

-history of marmalade?

0:35:090:35:14

-During the mid-19th century...

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-..there was a boat that was carrying

-Seville oranges.

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-They remained on land

-for a long time.

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-They remained on land

-for a long time.

0:35:380:35:45

-A gentleman decided to make use of

-the oranges that were decomposing.

0:35:460:35:56

-They are packed full of seeds and

-are quite sour.

0:35:580:36:08

-You need about half a dozen to make

-a pot of marmalade.

0:36:100:36:16

-You also need a lot of sugar.

0:36:160:36:23

-I boil the oranges in water.

0:36:230:36:33

-The seeds will come out easy

-and the pith will remove easily.

0:36:350:36:45

-It's up to you how much peel you

-want in your marmalade.

0:36:510:37:01

-You can buy Seville marmalade too.

0:37:010:37:11

-You can also freeze your marmalade.

0:37:230:37:27

-You can use marmalade

-for a variety of things.

0:37:270:37:31

-You don't have to spread

-it on toast.

0:37:310:37:37

-You can serve it with

-a crepe suisette.

0:37:370:37:41

-It's a French cuisine.

0:37:410:37:51

-You can cover it with sugar.

0:37:520:38:02

-Pancake Day is next week.

0:38:030:38:09

-You can the cube of sugar

-against the peel of the orange.

0:38:090:38:18

-You can also glaze

-your bakes in the oven.

0:38:190:38:27

-They also add an extra flavour

-to your cakes.

0:38:270:38:37

-The cakes is gluten free and

-is a traditional cake from Spain.

0:38:410:38:51

-You add everything of the fruit

-to this cake.

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-You can make marmalade

-with limes, run and mojitos.

0:39:140:39:21

-You can also use grapefruit

-and other citric fruits.

0:39:220:39:24

-You can also use grapefruit

-and other citric fruits.

0:39:250:39:34

-But that's what makes a marmalade

-- the sourness.

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-Marmalade derived from Dundeee.

0:39:520:39:58

-They still label it from Dundeee.

0:39:580:40:03

-Thank you.

0:40:030:40:11

-It's the final day for Miss Thomas!

0:40:110:40:19

-I am coming back though!

0:40:190:40:25

-Sian is getting married on Saturday.

0:40:250:40:35

-We've got a lovely veil for you!

0:40:350:40:41

-Good luck on Saturday!

0:40:420:40:43

-That's it from us on Prynhawn Da.

0:40:430:40:45

-Don't forget about Heno at 7.00pm.

0:40:460:40:48

-It's Wednesday, so that only

-means one thing - Fancy A Fortune?

0:40:480:40:52

-# Fancy A Fortune? #

0:40:530:40:55

-Yes, the phone lines open at 7.00pm.

0:40:550:40:59

-Angharad is also joined by

-the radio broadcaster, Guto Rhun.

0:40:590:41:03

-Elin Fflur visits the town on Conwy.

0:41:030:41:05

-Japan has named it as one of the

-most beautiful places to visit!

0:41:060:41:09

-Huw Fash returns

-to Prynhawn Da tomorrow.

0:41:090:41:14

-We also open

-our weekly surgery with Dr Ann.

0:41:140:41:18

-Following the news

-and weather on S4C...

0:41:180:41:23

-..we hear the story of

-Sam Hughes: Cowboi Penfro...

0:41:230:41:28

-..the Welshman from Pembrokeshire

-who emigrated to America in 1837.

0:41:280:41:35

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:350:41:38

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0:41:430:41:44

Cawn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma gyda chyngor bwyd a diod. The weekly book club and the food and drink slot. Plus, Carys Tudor offers style tips for the home.


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