Wed, 04 Nov 2015 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 04 Nov 2015

Yr awdures Catrin Gerallt fydd yn y Clwb Llyfrau a Alison Huw fydd yma gyda chyngor bwyd a diod. On today's show, the weekly book club with author Catrin Gerallt.


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-Hello and a warm welcome

-to Wednesday's Prynhawn Da.

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-It's great to have your company.

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-Aled Davies is here today to discuss

-a new publication of the Bible.

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-We look forward to our chat shortly.

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-This is what else we've got for you

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-Daf Wyn meets Carwyn Rees who runs a

-new poster and sign-making business.

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-We have advice for the majority of

-women who wear the wrong size bra.

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-We meet Aled Williams who is taking

-six months paternity leave...

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-..at Carmarthenshire County Council.

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-Alison celebrates Lord Sandwich

-by preparing the perfect sandwich.

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-Catrin Gerallt also discusses her

-translation of a T Llew Jones story.

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-That's a taste of today's programme.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with Aled Davies from

-the Wales Sunday Schools Council...

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-..and Cyhoeddiadau'r Gair

-publishers.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-There are two versions of the Bible

-in the shops.

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-Yes, there are two new versions of

-the Bible.

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-We've been waiting for these

-for a long time.

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-Bible.net are responsible.

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-The Bible.net version is the third

-Welsh bible.

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-The entire Bible could be seen

-online for a period of time.

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-There's a new full version of the

-Bible and a colour copy.

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-The version with illustrations

-may appeal to younger readers.

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-Arfon Jones is responsible

-for Bible.net.

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-It's difficult to translate

-the Bible...

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-..from Greek.

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-We're eternally grateful to him.

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-A version like this is perfect.

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-Yes, this is perfect

-for Sunday school.

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-We've been searching for this

-publication for a long time.

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-Research was recently done to find

-out how children...

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-..like to read the Bible.

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-Most of them said they preferred

-to read it in book form.

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-The language is also simple to read

-and understand.

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-Yes, Many of us have grown

-up with the William Morgan Bible.

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-Arfon wants this new Bible

-to use modern language...

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-..that young people and children

-will understand.

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-This is an entirely new version.

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-He's done a lot of research

-over a 17 year process.

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-Arfon has used a lot of his

-background to help with this.

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-Many people will prefer

-the old version of the Bible.

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-There are some people who are

-unsure of this new version.

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-There's also a new Bible app.

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-Within the app, you will find all

-three versions of the Bible.

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-They've also sold remarkably well.

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-Yes, the Bibles have sold well.

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-Over 1,000 people

-are still waiting for a copy.

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-We had photographs of people

-on social media...

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-..who had received thier Bible.

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-Did people ask for

-a more simple version?

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-Did you act on demand?

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-Arfon never thought of putting

-this Bible into print.

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-However, we're glad that he did.

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-There are 365 stories

-in the colour Bible.

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-For the whole collection of the

-Bible, this colour copy is great.

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-We have the entire story

-from this Bible.

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-It's important that we have a book

-like the Bible...

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-..that is also simple to read.

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-The Bible is such an important book.

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-We hope that people will understand

-the new copies.

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-The Bible Byw is a new

-challenge we face.

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-The Bible costs 14.99.

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-More will be released in December.

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-Yesterday,

-we chatted to Bois Y Frenni.

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-They told us of a friend who created

-posters and signs on their behalf.

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-It's time to meet this friend.

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-Daf Wyn meets Carwyn Rees

-at his business, Boomerang.

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-Boomerang is a business that's

-a stone's throw away from Crymych.

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-Carwyn Rees established the business

-over a year ago.

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-In the shadows

-of the Preseli Mountains...

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-..he prints and designs

-various types of signs.

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-I worked for a sign-making company

-and spotted a gap in the market...

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-..in Crymych.

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-I'm also from Crymych

-so I decided to go for it.

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-On my first day,

-I received a lot of work.

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-I was able to get work by

-networking with people locally.

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-People could also see my work

-so it was a good start.

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-At last year's Shwmae Su'mae Awards

-in Pembrokeshire...

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-..for his entrepreneurship...

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-..and commitment

-of using the Welsh-language.

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-But there's a price to pay

-for all of this success.

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-My rugby coach isn't very happy.

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-I can't train some nights

-as I work until 9.00pm.

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-Carwyn is the only employee here.

-He designs, prints and hangs signs.

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-It means a lot of time and money.

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-This is where the process starts.

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-A customer may require

-a new design or logo.

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-I'll sit at my desk for a while

-and create a few designs for them.

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-They'll return to see

-the finished product is ready.

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-This isn't a normally printer

-and you've invested a lot into it.

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-It's a massive piece of machinery

-but it does everything.

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-What's the biggest sign you've made?

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-I created one that was 18 feet

-using this machine.

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-Shortly after I finished it,

-we had a power cut...

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-..so thankfully I completed the job!

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-You used up all the electricity

-in Crymych!

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-I wouldn't say that but it happened

-just after I finished.

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-But there's one aspect of the job

-that Carwyn doesn't favour.

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-You have to measure

-three or five times.

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-It's quite a task to peel them off

-so you must ensure they're straight.

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-What's your favourite aspect?

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-Is it the printing, designing

-or sticking on the signs?

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-I like all three tasks.

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-I could either be on the computer

-or doing practical tasks.

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-It's nice to have a change

-and get to do a bit of everything.

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-Having witnessed Carwyn's commitment

-and pleasure for the job...

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-..the signs are clear -

-a bright future lies ahead of him.

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-Where did the title,

-Boomerang come from?

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-I wanted a name that makes sense

-in both Welsh and English.

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-You also hope that

-customers come back to you.

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-Yes, they come back

-- so far, so good.

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-I didn't imagine for it

-to work out so well.

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-I'm fortunate that

-the community has supported me.

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-What are your future prospects?

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-I hope to develop the business

-and employ some staff.

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-Maybe I'll get a larger work space.

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-I'll take each day as it comes

-and hope the business grows.

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-Thanks to Carwyn for our logo.

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-After the break, we'll have advice

-on finding the right bra size.

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-You can find out more

-after the adverts.

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-Welcome back.

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-I've got a few personal questions

-for our female viewers.

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-What bra size are you?

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-Have you worn

-the same size for years?

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-If yes, then you might be one of

-many that wears the wrong bra size.

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-How do you make sure that this

-important garment fits perfectly?

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-Sian Lloyd runs the underwear shop,

-Awens in Carmarthen...

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-..and is here with some advice.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Many of us wear the wrong size.

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-Yes, many of us wear the wrong

-size bra.

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-Unless someone tells you what

-size you should be wearing...

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-..you will never know.

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-Our model is wearing

-the wrong bra size.

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-People usually buy a back size

-which is too big...

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-..and a small cup size.

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-You need support.

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-This is a correct fitting.

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-The entire bust is within the cups.

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-The back is also protected.

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-If it doesn't fit

-we tend to pull the straps.

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-Yes, if a bra doesn't fit,

-we usually tighten the strap.

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-We have a choice of bras here.

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-There are a wide variety

-of bras available.

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-We start with the Wonder Bra.

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-We have a Wonderbra

-which costs 36.

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-This bra will hold you in place.

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-This is fantastic.

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-There are other bras available,

-but Wonder Bra is the best.

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-The strapless bras can be difficult

-to find for larger breasts.

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-You need to get the correct fit

-for the perfect look.

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-Our next bra is a sports bra.

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-A sports bra is essential

-for anyone who exercises.

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-They help to stop the bounce

-and are very comfortable.

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-You have to have one for exercising.

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-This one is slightly cheaper.

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-If you can afford to spend

-a bit more...

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-..you will have a perfect bra.

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-What's so special

-about this white bra?

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-This white bra

-doesn't have any padding.

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-You don't have to have padding

-in the bra for it to be perfect.

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-The perfect fit is essential

-for the perfect support...

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-..and not padding.

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-These are new for the winter.

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-This blue colour

-is very popular for winter.

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-This bra has padding...

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-..however, there are bras available

-without padding.

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-We have this Pour Moi set.

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-You can have a variety of items

-within the set.

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-These next bras

-are from the high street.

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-It all depends

-how much you can spend.

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-If you can spend more,

-you will have a better bra.

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-Our final bra is a t-shirt bra.

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-If you want a bra without seams,

-this is the one for you.

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-The bust is slightly rounded

-on this...

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-..but it doesn't give you much

-of an up lift.

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-Mari has joined us now.

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-What can we enjoy on Heno tonight?

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-You could win a sum of money in

-our competition, Fancy A Fortune.

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-There's a chance to win anything

-between 50 and 1,000.

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-Llinos Lee will be live

-from Theatr Felinfach...

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-..for the launch

-of Bryan yr Organ's autobiography.

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-We venture to Cardiff to admire

-Anthony Evans's exhibition.

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-The famous chef from Odette's

-in London, Bryn Williams...

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-..will be in the studio

-to discuss his new book, Tir a Mor.

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-There's still plenty to come

-including Aled Williams...

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-..who is the first person to take

-six months paternity leave...

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-..offered by

-Carmarthen County Council.

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-Alison Huw also shows us

-how to make the perfect sandwich.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-If there's a new baby

-in the house...

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-..the mother normally stays home

-to look after the family.

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-But in April, a new law for

-paternity leave was introduced.

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-Aled Williams is here and has begun

-his six months of paternity leave.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about the family.

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-We've got three children.

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-Miriam is five, Olwen is three

-and Gwydion is six months old.

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-My wife is Dr Llinos.

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-She was at home for a year

-for our first two children.

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-She is returning to work after six

-months of looking after Gwydion.

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-What do you do?

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-I work at Ysgol y Strade.

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-I've got the chance to look after

-my own children now.

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-What did the school think?

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-The school were supportive.

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-Men and women have reacted

-differently to this situation.

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-Many men thought I was going

-to put my feet up.

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-Women thought it was a lovely idea.

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-How did you decide to take the time?

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-We heard about this new act that

-had been introduced April.

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-Llinos and myself discussed it.

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-We had to apply to the council

-for this opportunity.

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-It can be easier to go

-to work than stay at home.

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-Many people that it's an easy task

-to be at home.

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-But there's plenty of tasks to do.

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-They also involve school runs and

-plenty of nappy changes.

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-I asked Dr Llinos if you do

-a lot of the housework.

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-But Llinos said that you went

-to Cylch Ti A Fi.

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-Yes, I was at a session

-with Cylch Ti a Fi.

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-This morning I was at

-a baby massage session.

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-It was great fun.

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-There were two other men

-in the session.

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-We tend to see mothers at parties

-and these sessions normally.

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-But it's a great way to socialize.

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-You have to have permission to

-take this amount of leave...

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-..from work.

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-You can change the periods

-of paternity as well.

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-Thank you.

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-We're still receiving entries for

-our autumn photography competition.

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-There's still time to send them.

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-Here's Rhodri with the details.

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-It's a new season so it's time for

-our new photography competition.

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-We'd like to see the autumn

-through your eyes.

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-Don't worry if you don't have

-a profesional camera.

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-We welcome photographs from mobile

-phones, tablets or film cameras.

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-The winner gets

-an iPad or television.

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-You have until midday

-on 20 November to enter.

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-Post any entries to Prynhawn Da,

-Tinopolis, Park Street, Llanelli.

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-You can email your entries

-to [email protected]

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-You can also get in touch via

-Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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-Good luck to you.

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-Don't forget to enter!

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-Next, Alison Huw celebrates one the

-nation's favourite - the sandwich.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We must thank

-the Earl of Sandwich for this.

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-John Montague was an

-Earl in the 19th century.

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-He was playing a game of cards.

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-He didn't wanted to leave the game.

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-He asked his servant

-to make him a sandwich.

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-This is how it all started.

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-The sandwich business is worth

-millions these days.

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-Bread is the first important choice.

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-The bread and ingredients

-need to be fresh.

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-White bread is the most popular.

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-But other breads are also popular

-like sourdough and brown bread.

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-Thin white bread is needed

-to make cucumber sandwiches.

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-They would eat these sandwiches

-in the summer...

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-..and during gentry cricket matches.

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-The bread was so thin,

-was buttered...

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-..and the cucumber was dried for

-fear of not being to soggy!

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-They were also sliced

-into small pieces.

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-I had a fish finger sandwich

-last week.

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-We also have fish finger sandwiches.

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-They are retro.

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-I enjoyed them at a wedding once

-with a cone of chips.

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-It takes me back to my childhood.

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-Some people add mayonnaise,

-tartar sauce or salad cream.

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-I love a BLT sandwich.

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-The BLT is another

-British favourite.

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-People enjoy it with mayonnaise and

-with toasted bread.

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-Another favourite is the simple ham

-or cheese sandwice.

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-Cheese and onion

-is another favourite.

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-This next sandwich is American.

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-The pestrami sandwiches

-are an influence from America.

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-They also add pickles and so on.

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-Pulled pork sandwiches

-have recently become popular.

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-It's served with red cabbage

-coleslaw.

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-There are good and bad sandwiches

-in terms of calories.

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-Read the label to see what it's

-calorie content.

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-After the break, Catrin Gerallt

-chats about her translation...

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-..of a T Llew Jones classic.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open our Book Club.

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-Recently, we marked the centenary of

-the greatest Welsh children author..

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-..T Llew Jones.

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-The celebrations coincide with a new

-translation of his popular novel...

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-..Trysor y Mor Ladron.

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-Catrin Gerallt has adapted

-and translated the work.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It was a challenge and interesting

-task to translate it.

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-I looked for translations

-of T Llew Jones's work...

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-..on behalf of a BBC project.

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-There is very little of his work

-that has been translated.

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-Last year, I started the project.

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-I opted for a story about pirates.

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-Did you like this book as a child?

0:36:410:36:46

-I enjoyed Trysor y Mor Ladron

-when I was child.

0:36:460:36:54

-I loved read T Llew Jones's novels

-as a child.

0:36:540:37:06

-I admire his work more

-having translating his novel.

0:37:200:37:32

-I admire his work more

-having translated his novel.

0:37:340:37:40

-He was a fantastic children's

-author.

0:37:400:37:47

-I admire his work as a stroyteller

-in particular.

0:37:470:37:51

-I compare his work to JK Rowling.

0:37:520:37:59

-It's a shame that

-he wasn't around now.

0:37:590:38:11

-The people behind

-Pirates of the Caribbean...

0:38:120:38:24

-..have certainly made

-their money now.

0:38:310:38:43

-stories many years ago!

0:38:470:38:55

-as you translated it?

0:38:550:38:57

-I didn't feel any pressure

-in translating his work.

0:39:020:39:09

-The first draft came easy.

0:39:090:39:13

-you had to apply more skill.

0:39:130:39:25

-I went back to the first draft

-several times...

0:39:370:39:45

-..to capture the voice of

-T Llew Jones.

0:39:460:39:53

-It was difficult to translate

-the names of characters...

0:39:530:39:57

-..and the title.

0:39:570:40:09

-The Welsh language is much more

-poetic too.

0:40:130:40:25

-My version sticks to original.

0:40:370:40:41

-Welsh children have been fortunate

-to have these books.

0:40:420:40:54

-I hope we get a new audience

-for T Llew Jones.

0:40:580:41:00

-The response so far has been great.

0:41:010:41:03

-Captain Morgan and the Pirate

-Treasure costs 5.99 to buy.

0:41:030:41:08

-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da,

-Dr Ann opens the surgery doors.

0:41:090:41:12

-Ieuan offers some gardening tips

-and there's fashion advice from Huw.

0:41:130:41:17

-After the news and weather on S4C,

-you can join Ifan on Fferm Ffactor.

0:41:170:41:24

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:240:41:30

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0:41:320:41:34

Yr awdures Catrin Gerallt fydd yn y Clwb Llyfrau a Alison Huw fydd yma gyda chyngor bwyd a diod. On today's show, the weekly book club with author Catrin Gerallt.


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