Wed, 05 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 05 Apr 2017

Byddwn yn dathlu chwedeg mlynedd ers agor drysau Ysgol Glan Clwyd, Llanelwy. We'll be celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of Ysgol Glan Clwyd, St Asaph with former pupils.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on a glorious Wednesday afternoon.

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-Today, I'm joined in the studio

-by Daf Wyn.

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-Yes, I've been allowed indoors now

-that the weather has improved.

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-It's wonderful to be here today.

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-This is what we've got for you.

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-Bethan Mair

-looks at George Orwell's 1984...

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-..that has seen a recent resurgence

-thanks to Mr Trump!

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-The textiles artist, Haf Weighton

-tells us about her new exhibition.

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-Former pupils of Ysgol Glan Clwyd

-mark 60 years of Welsh education.

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-Alison Huw explains the nutritional

-benefits of purple foods.

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-We close the programme with an array

-of accessories with Helen Humphreys.

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-It's the usual line-up...

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-It's the usual line-up...

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-..with slightly different hosts...

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-..but it's certainly going to be

-a great day on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with Deio Gruffydd

-from the charity DEC Cymru.

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-Deio has a special crisis appeal

-for our viewers.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about the charity.

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-The Disasters Emergency Committee...

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-..has established

-the East Africa Crisis Appeal.

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-The committee is a combination

-of various charities.

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-What is the crisis?

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-More than 16 million people

-across East Africa...

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-..are facing terrifying

-food shortages.

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-Drought has caused crops to fail

-and cattle to die...

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-..in parts of Ethiopia,

-Somalia and Kenya.

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-What's the appeal?

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-We need to raise money.

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-We need money for food,

-water and medical equipment.

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-How will the money be used?

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-The money is given

-to the 13 charities.

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-Oxfam will get about 13 million...

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-..to help some of these countries.

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-What's happening in this area?

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-One of the main reasons

-for the crisis...

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-..is because the area

-hasn't had any rain for three years.

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-In South Sudan, ongoing conflict

-means that 7.5 million people...

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-..are now in need

-of humanitarian assistance.

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-Famine has already been declared

-in parts of South Sudan.

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-The Welsh take rain for granted.

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-These people are praying for rain.

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-Children and women are more

-likely to be the ones who suffer.

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-In Ethiopia this year...

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-..an estimated 300,000 children

-will become severely malnourished.

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-It's terrible that

-these children are suffering.

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-This appeal is the best way

-to highlight this issue.

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-It's important that we make

-people aware of this crisis.

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-This appeal is promoting the crisis.

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-How long will it take to feed

-these people?

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-It's going to take a long time

-and a lot of money.

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-We need about 3 billion

-to be able to feed everyone.

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-It's a period of cuts.

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-There are a lot of appeals.

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-What's your main message?

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-I think the scale of this crisis

-is astounding.

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-We haven't had this sort of

-crisis in the modern world...

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-..in many years.

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-I know that money is scarce

-for people.

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-The crisis

-is only going to get worse...

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-..unless people act now

-so that we can save lives.

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-Our work is worldwide.

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-There's Nigeria and Yemen

-and many other places.

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-They all need our help.

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-Good luck with your appeal.

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-After the break, we discuss

-the George Orwell classic, 1984.

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-Haf Weighton from Penarth tells us

-about her latest exhibition...

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-..that also features

-the next generation of artists.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open the covers

-of our weekly Book Club.

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-Today, we discuss the classic George

-Orwell novel, 1984 with Bethan Mair.

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-The popular novel from the 1940s

-has enjoyed a recent resurgence...

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-..thanks to the current President

-of America, Donald Trump.

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-Welcome to the programme, Bethan.

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-I've never read the book.

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-I studied 1984 for my A Levels.

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-Yes, I did the same.

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-My copy comes from 1984 too.

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-I started my A Levels then.

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-You've got a different copy.

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-There's a lot of interest

-in the cover of the novel.

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-George Orwell's 4 April, 1984,

-was 33 years ago.

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-The state is trying to control

-the minds of the people.

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-Orwell has created a world

-where communism has taken over.

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-Nobody is allowed

-to have original thoughts.

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-People aren't allowed

-to fall in love.

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-They can't act against the regime.

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-They created Big Brother.

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-We are familiar with the term

-of Big Brother today...

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-..with the television series.

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-But these days,

-there are cameras around us.

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-President Donald Trump seems to be

-the reason for a surge in sales...

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-..of George Orwell's classic, 1984.

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-One of the President's advisors,

-Kellyanne Conway...

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-..recently used the term,

-'alternative facts'...

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-..to describe something said by

-Trump's communication director.

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-The Communication Director,

-Sean Spicer has said a fib.

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-Images in the press were fake.

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-We recall the scenes

-from the National Mall.

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-The Inauguration of both presidents

-were depicted in these images.

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-In 1984, the things you saw

-with your own eyes weren't true.

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-Doublethink takes it toll on

-the main character, Winston Smith.

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-Doublethink is accepting

-two contradictory beliefs.

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-Doublethink

-is the principle of this novel.

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-It was 4 April yesterday.

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-George Orwell's 4 April, 1984,

-was 33 years ago.

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-Winston Smith starts

-to write a diary on this date.

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-Yesterday, America screened the

-film adaptation of the novel, 1984.

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-The film featured the Welshman,

-Richard Burton.

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-The film adaptation starred

-John Hurt as Winston Smith.

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-It was shown at an art house cinema.

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-What did you think when

-you first read the book?

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-There have been a lot of changes in

-this world since the book came out.

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-The period between 1984 and 1989 was

-a tumultuous period for politics.

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-AIDS was rife and Frankie Goes

-To Hollywood was in the charts.

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-There was threats of a nuclear war.

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-Communism fell

-and the Berlin Wall fell.

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-Some aspects in this novel

-reflect what happened in life.

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-Dystopia literatures are popular oar

-literature that portrays the future.

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-There's Aldous Huxley's

-A Brave New World.

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-Next, we meet the Penarth artist,

-Haf Weighton.

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-Haf was assisted with for her latest

-exhibition so Hana went to meet her.

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-Haf Weighton is a textiles artist.

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-She was helped by the artists of

-the future for her new exhibition.

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-For many months,

-pupils of Ysgol Pencoed...

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-..have been designing

-and creating with Haf.

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-Can you add some patterns

-around each one or lines or dots?

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-The Arts Council of Wales is running

-the Lead Creative Schools Scheme.

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-I was chosen to run the project

-with them.

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-It's an arts project but the pupils

-have learnt about mathematics.

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-Art is full of mathematics but

-people have never thought about it.

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-Teachers have seen an improvement

-in their numeracy and reciting.

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-It's boosted my confidence as both

-an artist and a mathematician.

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-All the children

-have grown in confidence.

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-My mathematical skills

-have got better...

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-..thanks to my art lessons

-with Haf and Miss Madoc.

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-It's important to have an artist,

-such as Haf, in the school.

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-It helps the children to be creative

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-I like drawing pictures.

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-I've enjoyed it all.

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-The hard work of the children

-and Haf...

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-..was exhibited at the HeARTh

-Gallery at Llandough Hospital.

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-It started with my daughter, Iona

-drawing an outline of my body...

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-..and I filled it with images

-from the places where I've lived.

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-The children did the same but filled

-their bodies with their interests.

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-They studied the Stuarts and

-their interest in printed textiles.

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-They printed textiles and made flags

-to show their own interests.

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-It's very attractive because of the

-colours and my work is colourful...

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-..but visitors feel the energy

-exuding from the work.

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-Is it important for the children

-to see their work in an exhibition?

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-Yes, as I've been trying to describe

-a gallery to them for many weeks.

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-Their faces were blank but when they

-saw their work on these walls...

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-..it gave them all

-a lot of confidence.

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-You can see Haf's work...

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-..at the Waterloo Tea Rooms

-in Cardiff during April.

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-Rhodri Owen has joined us

-on our yellow sofa.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno at 7.00pm?

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-It's an important night as Heno

-airs for an hour every Wednesday.

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-We're celebrating

-our hour-long programme...

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-..with the return of our renowned

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-I've missed it!

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-You could win up to 1,00!

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-We're joined in the studio

-by two famous faces...

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-..from Welsh television

-and our stages.

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-Bryn Fon and John Ogwen will be in

-the studio.

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-They will spin our wheel

-in Fancy A Fortune?

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-Many of you will remember the brave

-story of Caris Hedd Bowen...

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-..who has battled against cancer

-for many years.

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-Caris Hedd Bowen chats about

-venturing into the rugby world.

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-We look forward to tonight's

-hour-long Heno at 7.00pm.

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-After the break, we mark 60 years...

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-..since the first Welsh language

-secondary school opened its doors.

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-Alison Huw looks at the power

-of purple foods in our diets.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're now joined by the author,

-Manon Rhys and Alun Williams.

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-Both are former pupils

-of Ysgol Uwchradd Glan Clwyd.

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-It was the first Welsh language

-secondary school in Wales...

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-..and it recently celebrated

-its 60th anniversary.

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-You must be proud to be celebrating

-60 years of the school.

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-Yes, and we should be proud of it

-as individuals and as a nation.

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-It's 60 years since the first Welsh

-language secondary school opened.

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-It was built in Flintshire.

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-At the time,

-the county was very anglicized.

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-Why was the Welsh language

-secondary school built there?

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-It was the vision of Haydn Williams,

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-..and many others like him.

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-We'll hear more about that shortly.

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-Alun is a proud man from Clwyd.

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-Are you proud that the school

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-I felt very emotional

-when I recently visited the school.

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-I think it's the accent.

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-I don't hear that accent regularly

-as I live in South Wales.

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-I'm very proud that the school

-is doing so well...

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-Alun was amidst the celebrations and

-we saw them on Friday night's Heno.

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-Let's hear of Alun's life

-in that school.

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-Welcome to Ysgol Glan Clwyd!

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-Welcome to Ysgol Glan Clwyd!

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-I always had this welcome at school.

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-There isn't a lot of my teachers

-left in this school...

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-..but Miss Fiona Shand was my

-English teacher and is still here.

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-I've knocked the door so I hope

-she answers and recognizes me!

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-Hello, how are you, Miss Shand?

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-Hello, how are you, Miss Shand?

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-Yes, I'm fine.

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-You're still here.

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-You're still here.

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-Yes, I'm like a fossil!

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-What are these pupils like?

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-They're better than the pupils

-who were here 30 years ago!

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-I've scored a lot of goals

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-The old railway is over there

-and pupils went there for a snog.

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-This is the tree where the naughty

-children would have a smoke.

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-I wasn't one of them.

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-That's scoring,

-snogging and smoking.

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-Good times!

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-What are your thoughts

-on Ysgol Glan Clwyd?

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-It's been great for my education

-and I can't wait to move forward.

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-What about the school dinners?

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-It's excellent and has got better

-since we moved to the new building.

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-We enjoy our time in the canteen.

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-Was I mischievous?

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-Was I mischievous?

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-I remember one story.

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-I was in the staff room and your

-head of year raced into the room.

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-All the teachers asked,

-"What has Alun done now?!"

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-What had you done, Alun?

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-What had you done, Alun?

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-That was a lie!

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-You don't want to know

-what I'd done.

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-We've got a photograph of you

-from Year 7.

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-Look at him.

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-I don't look mischievous.

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-You look very innocent.

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-You look very innocent.

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-I am innocent!

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-We haven't got a photograph

-from your school days, Manon.

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-Your mother made

-the brave decision...

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-..to move from the Rhondda

-to Flintshire.

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-Yes, the family

-lived in the Rhondda.

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-We are three sisters but Mari and I

-were the only ones still in school.

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-It was a very English school.

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-We were at the Rhondda County

-Grammar School for Girls.

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-Mam was worried

-about our Welsh education.

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-She found a job at Ysgol Glan Clwyd

-in Rhyl.

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-We knew nothing about Rhyl

-or Flintshire.

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-She became Head of Welsh

-at Ysgol Glan Clwyd.

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-The whole family moved to Prestatyn

-and Mari and I went to Glan Clwyd.

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-Was it difficult as I suspect you

-didn't have Welsh exercise books?

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-They had fulfilled the vision of

-getting a Welsh language school...

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-..but how would they teach

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-I'd like to pay tribute to the

-teachers at the school in the 1960s.

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-I started in 1961.

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-In terms of history and geography...

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-..a lot of the teachers had to

-translate a lot of the material.

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-The couldn't go online but had

-to write it all and develop it.

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-The children really appreciated it.

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-It was something that

-the later pupils took for granted.

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-The teachers and pupils embraced

-the vision some 60 years ago.

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-Did you feel proud of all that hard

-work that had been done, Alun?

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-Yes, we did.

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-The area of Denbigh and Flint

-isn't overtly Welsh.

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-You appreciate the opportunity

-to get a Welsh language education.

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-There were Welsh areas

-as many pupils were from farms.

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-The coastal section

-between Rhyl and Flint...

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-..such as Bagillt, Mostyn and

-Prestatyn were very English areas.

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-Anyone who was interested in Welsh

-could be educated at Glan Clwyd.

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-It was a platform for many people

-to enter music and other fields.

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-I think of one person when you speak

-about music in that school.

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-Gilmor Griffiths was the

-music teacher at Glan Clwyd.

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-Many of the singers

-were inspired by Gilmor.

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-Many of us remember singing

-Hwn Yw Fy Mhlentyn I.

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-Alun must remember the girls

-of Eden - Non, Emma and Rachel.

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-Only two of them were in Glan Clwyd

-as Emma was in Ysgol y Creuddyn.

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-There was also Caryl Parry Jones

-who is dubbed the Mother of Eden.

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-These days, people associate Ysgol

-Glan Clwyd with Caryl Parry Jones.

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-Former pupils include Tara Bethan,

-Angharad Llwyd and Gaz Top.

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-He presented How

-and Get Fresh in English.

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-There was also a Welsh goalkeeper

-called David Felgate.

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-The list is endless.

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-We can add Alun Williams

-and Manon Rhys to that list.

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-As we celebrate 60 years,

-we have to think about the future.

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-What is the vision

-for the next 60 years?

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-Let's hope it goes

-from strength to strength.

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-which is a development in itself...

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-..and saw the division of Ysgol

-Glan Clwyd into two schools.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Don't forget our competition to

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-..and tickets to the RHS Flower Show

-in Cardiff over the weekend.

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-What is the national flower

-of Wales?

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-1) rose, 2) daffodil, or 3) lily?

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-To enter,

-call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Our phones lines close at 3.00pm

-on Wednesday 5 April.

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-We need our sunglasses

-for the outdoors today...

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-..and we need them in our kitchen

-because it's a sea of purple!

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-Alison Huw has joined us

-in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We're talking about vegetables

-and fruit that are purple in colour.

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-The colour comes from chemicals

-that help our bodies fight diseases.

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-Natural purple foods

-contain flavonoids.

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-Flavonoids are chemicals that help

-our bodies fight inflammation.

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-Flavonoids also help

-lower the risk of blood clots.

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-Some research suggests

-that purple foods are good...

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-..for people who are suffering

-from diabetes and heart disease.

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-We need to incorporate purple fruit

-and vegetables into our diet.

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-They are always in season.

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-There's plenty of variety

-throughout the year.

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-We've got some beetroot.

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-Beetroot is a fashionable food

-and is extremely nutritious.

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-Beetroot's sweet, earthy flavour

-works with all sorts of ingredients.

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-It's quite iconic these days.

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-It's a root vegetable.

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-They are very versatile.

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-They can be juiced

-to make smoothies.

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-You can also create these wraps

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-The wraps can be bought in

-the supermarket.

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-They can turn these root vegetables

-into bread style foods.

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-You can also serve it

-with some houmous.

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-It's also a colourful addition

-to your lunchbox!

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-You can also roast beetroot.

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-Roast beetroot with garlic and serve

-with a salad and balsamic vinegar.

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-Combine it with salty foods.

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-It's great to serve with some beef.

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-Serve it with your roast potatoes.

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-There's extra nutrition

-from the skin.

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-I've tried using beetroot in a cake.

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-You can try these if you want.

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-Beetroot is great with chocolate.

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-It's also served on a pink plate!

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-I've also used mascarpone.

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-The juice of the vegetables

-is appealing too.

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-I boiled beetroot to make this.

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-Don't use pickled beetroot.

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-We have aubergines.

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-Aubergine boast

-a wonderful purple colour.

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-Vegetables are more central

-to our meals now.

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-Roasted aubergine is delicious.

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-The aubergine

-is the main ingredient.

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-You need to cook aubergine

-thoroughly.

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-It needs to soften.

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-It doesn't have a lot of flavour.

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-Ensure that you add plenty

-of flavourings...

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-..with olive oil and seasoning.

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-You can roast an entire aubergine

-with some tomatoes and garlic.

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-You just mash it up then.

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-Carrots are a purple food.

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-Purple is the traditional colour

-for carrots.

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-Traditional types of carrots

-are reappearing in our shops.

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-There's a whole basket

-full of purple fruits.

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-There are cherries, berries,

-grapes, blueberries and plums.

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-In the final part

-of today's programme...

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-..Helen joins us

-to discuss an array of accessories.

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-Go and make a quick cuppa but make

-sure you come back and join us.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We close today's programme with some

-fashion advice from Helen Humphreys.

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-Today, we're looking at accessories

-such as sunglasses and bags.

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-Thank you.

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-Let's start with the large bags,

-Helen.

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-There are plenty of bags

-on the high street.

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-They come in all sorts of styles.

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-You can keep up with

-the latest trends...

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-..from buying a simple bag.

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-A lot of people swap their bags...

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-..to match their outfits.

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-This bag is from Accessorize.

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-It comes in a small packet.

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-If you're packing your bag...

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-..then you can take a matching one.

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-It's a great cabin bag.

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-A lot of people could use

-that if you've got children.

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-There are a lot of clear bags

-that come with it...

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-..which is great

-if you're going on an aeroplane.

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-There's also a rucksack.

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-There's also a rucksack.

-

-It fits into a smaller bag.

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-It fits into a smaller bag.

0:38:240:38:30

-There's another one

-that is floral...

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-..and we've got the hessian.

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-It's got flowers, fruit and cacti.

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-A lot of the bags

-have accessories that match them.

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-There's a zip to keep

-your items secure.

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-A lot of the bags have tassels.

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-There are a lot of metallics

-on the high street...

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-..in shoes and bags.

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-The metallic bag

-is from Marks and Spencer.

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-It has a tassel that can be removed.

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-It's a great size.

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-There's something for the lads too.

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-It's in the front.

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-This is very practical.

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-It's 79 from Marks and Spencer.

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-It's an investment piece.

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-This is a classic bag.

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-It's a great quality bag.

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-You could also take it

-on a plane too.

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-On the left,

-we've got the green bag.

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-khaki is a strong colour

-for the summer.

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-It's got the zip and is quilted.

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-It's suitable for all ages.

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-A lot of these bags have

-a small pocket inside...

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-..for your mobile phones!

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-It's very useful.

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-About 90% of these bags

-have these pockets.

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-There are so many things

-on the high street.

0:41:080:41:10

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:120:41:17

-Huw takes to the catwalk with ladies

-from the Cardiff Merched y Wawr.

0:41:170:41:24

-We also discuss the success

-of local newspapers.

0:41:240:41:29

-Cartrefi Cefn Gwlad Cymru follows

-the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:300:41:36

-Was I any good, Mari?

0:41:360:41:38

-You can come back next week!

0:41:380:41:41

-Thank you for joining us and it's

-a very good afternoon to you all.

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Byddwn yn dathlu chwedeg mlynedd ers agor drysau Ysgol Glan Clwyd, Llanelwy. We'll be celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of Ysgol Glan Clwyd, St Asaph with former pupils.


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