Wed, 07 Jun 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 07 Jun 2017

Bydd aelod o Heddlu De Cymru yn son am eu cynllun newydd 'Patrol'. A member of South Wales Police will talk about their new 'Patrol' scheme on today's programme.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-midweek edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-Did you watch the Lions game

-this morning?

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-It was a proud moment for Wales

-as Ken Owens captained the Lions.

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-Is he the first Welsh speaker

-to captain the team?

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-I'm not sure.

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-I can tell you it was Edgar Morgan

-of Pontardawe back in 1908.

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-He also studied at Bangor.

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-Ken is the second Welsh speaker

-to lead the Lions.

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-Akira Ioane's last-minute try

-robbed the Lions of a victory.

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-You can catch the highlights tonight

-at 10.00pm on S4C.

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-Our next match is against

-the Crusaders on Saturday.

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-Good luck to the lads.

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-Today, Rhodri Gomer is at the launch

-of the Nicky Grist Stages...

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-..and hears about

-the Go Safe campaign.

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-We venture outside to admire garden

-accessories with Elen Van Bodegom.

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-Llinos Dafydd is in our Book Club

-to review the Urdd literary winners.

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-We hear of acoustic evenings held by

-the local Urdd and Theatr Felinfach.

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-And Alison Huw will look at foods

-that are kind to the environment.

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-There's plenty to discuss over the

-coming hour with Mari and myself.

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-Terrorism had dominated

-our headlines for months...

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-..along with heated debates

-about the police.

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-South Wales Police has launched its

-latest scheme called Patrol Along.

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-Here to discuss it further...

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-..is the policewoman,

-Angharad Willmett from Swansea.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Tell us more about

-the Patrol Along drive.

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-The Patrol Along scheme

-offers members of the public...

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-..the chance to join our officers

-on patrol in towns and cities...

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-..across the force area.

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-It's a unique insight into the

-nature of policing...

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-..and how our officers go about

-keeping South Wales safe.

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-It's part of our commitment

-to the Home Office's best use...

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-..of the stop and search scheme.

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-It's an insight into the work

-of the police.

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-Similar schemes are offered by

-other police forces across the UK.

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-These schemes have been held

-for some time.

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-We want the public to see what

-we are doing in our communities.

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-It's a great insight in what we do

-on a daily basis.

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-People don't know about the role of

-the police.

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-Yes, and there's a process

-when we stop people.

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-We have to be open with people.

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-We can stop them in the street.

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-We can't do a lot on the street.

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-It's an eye-opener for the public.

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-What happens after these people

-follow you?

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-A report is filled out at the end.

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-The public can tell us

-if we can act better.

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-There's a waiting list to join us.

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-To find out more, visit

-www.southwalescommissioner.org.uk...

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-..and search for Patrol Along.

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-You can apply to register to be part

-of the scheme.

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-I work with the anti-social

-behaviour team in Swansea.

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-We have a process of looking

-after vulnerable people.

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-It's great that we share

-our information with the public.

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-It keeps South Wales safer.

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-I haven't had anyone joining me

-on the beat as of yet.

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-You have to be over a certain age

-to take part.

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-It's a great opportunity.

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-Rally drivers may race

-but they must also respect the law.

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-Rhodri Gomer met a driver competing

-in the Nicky Grist Rally...

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-..but you and I should not try

-to imitate him!

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-This Thursday sees the first day

-of the Nicky Grist Stages.

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-The two days of racing form part

-of the British Rally Championships.

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-Meirion Evans from the Lampeter area

-is competing in the youth races.

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-It's the only rally in the country

-with gravel and tarmac stages.

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-These are the best stages in the

-country so it should be challenging.

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-It's going OK at the moment.

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-I had a relatively good start

-in Scotland...

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-..and finished second and third

-in the last two rallies.

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-We're seven points away from first

-but will work hard to win it!

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-Another petrol head from West Wales

-who was at the launch...

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-..was the Scarlets and Wales centre,

-Scott Williams.

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-I've always loved anything

-with an engine since I was young.

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-I got married and my brother-in-law

-is always rallying...

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-..so I couldn't really hide it!

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-Rugby is very much

-a part of Scott...

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-..but he hasn't got blood running

-through his veins, he's got petrol!

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-On Sunday, he'll run his course car

-on the tarmac rally...

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-..which is something

-he's really looking forward to.

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-Nicky Grist is a massive personality

-in the rallying world...

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-..and was co-driver to Colin McRae,

-one of the world's best drivers.

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-I know Nicky and he's asked me to

-run a course car in his rally today.

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-The launch was also attended by

-leaders of the Go Safe campaign.

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-It works with the Nicky Grist Stages

-to emphasize road safety.

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-Go Safe encourages drivers

-to be safe on the roads of Wales.

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-We focus on speed, people who use

-mobile phones whilst driving...

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-..those who don't wear seatbelts

-and people who drive dangerously.

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-The Go Safe cameras can detect

-most of these crimes.

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-People enjoy all that Nicky Grist

-and Scott Williams do in motorsport.

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-But tend to think that

-they are rally drivers too!

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-They should join rally clubs instead

-of rally driving on the roads.

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-What do you do at your business,

-Scott Williams Motorsport?

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-We fabricate, build

-and maintain cars for people.

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-We specialize in building

-Mk I and Mk II Escorts.

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-We started a year ago and had a lot

-of work as people like what we do.

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-The aim to expand the business

-and it's going well.

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-Rugby takes up your time but is it

-a long-term goal to start racing?

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-Yes, I need to focus on my rugby

-but I've started the business...

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-..and built my own car which

-my brother-in-law will drive.

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-After I retire from rugby,

-I'll be getting behind the wheel.

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-Scott's a talented man.

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-I've learnt a lot today.

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-The Go Safe vans can be seen

-on our roads across Wales.

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-They're called Arrive Alive vans

-in North Wales.

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-After the break...

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-..Elen Van Bodegom discusses ways to

-decorate your garden for the summer.

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-Welcome back.

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-The recent weather has been great.

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-Elen Van Bodegom

-is here with some garden ideas.

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-This is perfect timing for me as

-I purchased some plants yesterday.

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-Welcome to the programme, Elen.

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-What have you got for us?

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-I've got plenty to show you here.

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-The table and chairs from Homesense

-costs 79.99.

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-These are made from plastic

-and easy to wipe clean.

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-You can leave outside instead of

-storing them in the shed or garage.

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-I don't think the colour

-would suit me.

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-They come in all sorts of colours.

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-I thought the plastic aspect is

-great to clean and is practical.

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-The cushion can stay outdoors.

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-It's 4.99.

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-The cushion is lovely

-and is waterproof.

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-You can wipe it down.

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-The tray is from Homesense

-and is priced 29.99.

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-It's great to serve your teas

-and coffees on this.

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-It makes a great accessory.

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-The lantern from Laura Ashley

-costs 22.

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-There are fairy lights

-inside the pot.

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-I wouldn't leave it outside.

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-Laura Ashley stocks

-the bee and bug house for 25.

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-The holes attract

-all sorts of insects.

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-It's great for children.

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-You can buy them in many places

-on the high street.

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-There are similar houses

-at other stores.

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-They also come in natural colours.

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-The bulb set is from Laura Ashley

-and is priced 45.

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-Bulbs are popular in the garden now.

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-They are battery operated and

-will look great on the decking.

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-We have an array of pots.

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-They range from 6.99 upwards.

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-Some of then can hang on the wall.

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-Homesense stocks the hanging pot

-for 4.99.

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-Check if there's a hole on the

-bottom of the pots for drainage.

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-Place chippings in the bottom of the

-pots to help with drainage.

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-The colourful tray is 7.99

-from Homesense.

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-This tray will hold your pots.

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-It prevents water

-from spilling everywhere.

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-The plant pot with the taps

-are great too.

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-The floor cushion is from Homesense

-and priced 29.99.

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-It's very comfortable.

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-You can scatter some cushions

-on the ground.

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-They are quite comfortable.

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-I like artificial plants.

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-They are so convenient.

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-These plants are great at 29.99.

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-The fake box hedging balls

-will look great at the front door.

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-We also have some lanterns.

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-Pick up the silver lantern

-for 15 from Marks and Spencer.

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-Marks and Spencer stock the

-large wooden lantern for 45.

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-You can be lazy

-and put down some fake grass.

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-I've just laid some astro turf.

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-It's effective and neat.

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-Every Friday, our Gossip Girls

-get the chance to have their say.

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-We always enjoy hearing from you and

-the topics you'd like us to discuss.

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-I've got a personal question.

-I'm obsessed with it.

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-I'd keep looking at my watch

-and wonder how I should feel.

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-I couldn't stomach it.

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-The tabloids have no right.

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-Would you eat these from the floor?

-You know what's right and wrong.

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-It isn't ideal.

-It's split.

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-I want to feel as attractive

-as I was ten years ago.

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-I'm in two-minds.

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-I'm in two-minds.

-

-Why not if it keeps me healthy.

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-Who knows what'll happen next.

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-Parents posts photos on Facebook

-and it becomes competitive.

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-I've seen some unsuitable things.

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-I've seen some unsuitable things.

-

-Parents are to blame.

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-I like the variation of opinions.

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-Don't forget to join our Gossip

-Girls on Friday's Prynhawn Da.

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-There's also tonight's Heno

-at 7.00pm.

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Rhodri from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-One lucky viewer

-could win up to 1,000.

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-We'll set the question at 7.00pm

-and you have 30 minutes to register.

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-Make sure you stay by your phones as

-we could call you at about 7.50pm.

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-We're joined in the studio

-by the DJ and presenter, Tommo.

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-Tommo has the honour of spinning

-the wheel in Fancy A Fortune?

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-I was listening to him on the radio

-last night.

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-The chef, Matt Guy is in the studio.

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-Matt Guy is rustling up dishes using

-Welsh lamb and Welsh laverbread.

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-I don't know about laverbread.

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-I love anything!

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-Welsh lamb and Welsh laverbread...

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-..have been awarded

-EU protected food status.

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-Today is Global Running Day.

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-I haven't been running in ages.

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-We all know that our own

-Angharad Mair is an avid runner.

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-We celebrate Global Running Day

-with a running club in Caernarfon.

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-After the break...

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-..Llinos Dafydd reviews the literary

-fruits of the 2017 Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we turn back the clock

-to discuss the literary fruits...

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-..of the Bridgend Taff-Ely

-Urdd National Eisteddfod.

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-There were worthy winners

-and Llinos Dafydd discusses them.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-Each winner was worthy.

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-Are you happy with the results?

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-I was very happy

-with all the winners.

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-Tell us about the drama medal.

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-There were seven entries

-in the drama medal.

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-The topic was titled Open.

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-The winner of this year's drama

-medal was Mared Llywelyn Williams.

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-The drama was full

-of political tension.

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-The young character of Tom

-in Mared's drama...

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-..is obviously racist and opposes

-the welcoming of refugees.

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-There was a specific theme.

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-It was totally open.

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-It could have been any subject.

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-All the seven entries were praised.

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-The winner of this year's drama

-medal was Mared Llywelyn Williams.

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-The judges of the drama medal were

-Alun Saunders and Sian Summers.

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-Congratulations to Mared

-on winning the drama medal.

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-Tell us about this year's

-competition for the Chair.

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-The topic of the Chair competition

-was a hero or heroine.

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-The winner of this year's Urdd Chair

-was Gwynfor Dafydd.

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-Gwynfor Dafydd is full of potential

-and one to watch for the future.

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-Gwynfor Dafydd penned a poem

-in free verse...

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-..that was based on the film,

-I, Daniel Blake.

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-It's about a man

-who has a heart attack...

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-..who cannot claim any benefits

-despite being unfit to work.

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-There is an extract

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-..and the character appears

-to be ashamed to be at the centre.

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-The lines that describe

-this event is quite heart-wrenching.

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-It was all about

-having to fill boxes.

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-It's described as boxes

-being filled with blood!

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-Do you need to see the film

-to appreciate his work?

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-I hadn't seen the film.

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-Aneirin Karadog praised it.

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-He spoke about the poem

-on the radio.

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-The judges

-for the Urdd Eisteddfod Chair...

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-..were Aneirin Karadog

-and Rhys Iorwerth.

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-Gwynfor Dafydd is from Tonyrefail.

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-We have to mention the Crown.

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-The Crown competition was for a

-piece of prose over 4,000 words...

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-..on the subject of freedom.

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-Elin Gwenllian Hughes from Cricieth

-won the Crown.

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-The competition had 17 entries.

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-The winning story was wonderful.

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-It was easy to read.

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-Elin Gwenllian Hughes from Cricieth

-won the Crown.

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-The piece of prose by Elin

-takes us into a magical world.

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-There's some innocence in the piece.

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-It was the sort of story

-you could read to your children.

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-Yes, and it's a great story.

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-There's a twist at the end

-of the story.

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-You can see clips of these winning

-pieces of literature...

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-..on the S4C website.

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-More and more young people

-need to be creative.

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-They need to find

-their own voices.

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-The judges for the Crown

-were Lowri Cooke and Angharad Elen.

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-It's great that schools

-encourage children to compete...

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-..in these sorts of events.

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-Congratulations to all the winners

-and entrants.

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-After the break...

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-..Sian Elin and Rhian Dafydd

-discuss the collaboration...

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-..between the Urdd in Ceredigion

-and Theatr Felinfach.

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-And Alison Huw makes us think about

-eating foods that are eco-friendly.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We welcome Sian Elin

-and Rhian Dafydd.

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-How are you?

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-You're here to discuss a special

-evening that's been organized...

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-..between the local Urdd

-and Theatr Felinfach.

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-Tell us more about it.

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-There's an acoustic night

-on Saturday 10 June with Al Lewis.

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-Saturday's concert is part

-of a series of acoustic events...

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-..run by the Urdd in Ceredigion

-and Theatr Felinfach.

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-We work with the Urdd.

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-The Urdd hosts a lot of events

-at Theatr Felinfach.

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-Sian is from the Urdd.

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-You are working with the Urdd

-and studying at university.

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-Yes, I'm at university

-and work for the Urdd.

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-I'm taking a year out...

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-..to work with the Urdd at Theatr

-Felinfach.

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-The partnership is about

-attracting young people...

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-..of the area to Theatr Felinfach.

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-Why have you targeted

-this age range?

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-It's always been hard work...

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-..in terms of attracting young

-people as part of the Urdd.

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-We had a comedy night recently.

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-It was great

-and saw a lot of people.

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-is it difficult to find themes

-that appeal to the young?

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-I've been a member of the Urdd

-in the Ceredigion area...

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-..for many years.

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-The group also asked for more gigs

-in the Welsh language.

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-The forum has already hosted a gig

-at the start of the year...

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-..and the comedy night.

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-Tell us more about the gig

-with Al Lewis.

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-Yes, Al Lewis

-is performing on Saturday.

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-It's an acoustic night.

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-We've been hosting them

-in our lounge...

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-..but if ticket sales are high...

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-..then we can move it

-to the auditorium.

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-There's nine tickets left...

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-..if we want to host it

-in the lounge...

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-..but if there's a greater demand...

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-..then we can move it

-into the theatre itself.

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-We'll need to know about doing

-this before tomorrow morning.

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-Will there be more gigs

-in the future?

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-Yes, we hope to host

-more acoustic nights...

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-..at Theatr Felinfach.

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-It's a great location.

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-I hope we can maintain this

-link with the Urdd.

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-There are so many groups

-working hard in our communities.

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-There's been a lot of cuts

-in the countryside...

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-..so it's great to see so many

-companies coming together.

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-I think the countryside is great

-at being pioneers...

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-..in terms of hosting events.

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-Teilwng Yw'r Oen was staged

-at Theatr Felinfach in January.

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-Yes, we hosted Teilwng Yw'r Oen

-earlier this year.

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-We're taking it to

-the Welsh church in London...

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-..and we know that

-some people will be joining us.

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-There's a lot to organize.

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-I enjoyed the original event

-in January.

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-Heno and Prynhawn Da

-will be following you!

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-I can't wait to take

-Teilwng Yw'r Oen to London.

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-Join us at Theatr Felinfach

-on Saturday at 8.00pm.

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-It's time to join Alison Huw.

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-She's discussing foods

-that are safe for the planet.

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-Environmental issues

-hit the headlines recently...

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-..when President Trump announced

-the United States' withdrawal...

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-..from the Paris climate agreement.

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-But what foods help us to play

-our part in saving the planet?

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-Alison is here to point us

-in the right direction.

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-Mr Trump has been controversial.

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-We are focusing on food though.

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-The population is growing

-at an alarming rate.

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-#If we're not careful, we will cause

-permanent damage to our planet.

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-Some foods are worse than others.

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-Farming and food production

-are amongst the main factors...

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-..that damage the planet.

0:35:120:35:15

-It's important to note that

-individuals can do things...

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-..that can help

-to protect the planet.

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-Tuna is one of the most obvious

-of choices.

0:35:230:35:26

-Tuna has been fished

-for many decades.

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-There's been a number of campaigns

-about buying tuna...

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-..that has been fished

-in a sustainable way.

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-People are advised to avoid bluefin

-tuna and opt for skipjack tuna.

0:35:360:35:48

-There are labels on the tins...

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-..to show that the tuna

-is caught properly.

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-Choose tuna that has been caught

-on a hook and line...

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-..as opposed to a massive net.

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-It will be more expensive.

0:36:260:36:30

-You have to weigh it up!

0:36:300:36:35

-There's also avocado.

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-Avocado has become incredibly

-popular in recent years...

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-..thanks to the fashionable,

-healthy diets.

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-Avocados are far from being kind

-to our planet.

0:36:470:36:52

-An avocado tree needs a lot of

-water.

0:36:520:36:56

-Most avocados

-are farmed in California...

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-..which is an area that suffers

-from serious drought.

0:36:590:37:03

-An avocado tree needs

-270 litres of water...

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-..in order to produce

-two or three avocados.

0:37:080:37:15

-It's amazing to hear this.

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-People are buying

-more and more avocados.

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-It's best to eat them occasionally.

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-Avoid eating them every day!

0:37:420:37:46

-They tend to go brown quickly.

0:37:460:37:50

-Make sure you store them properly.

0:37:500:37:53

-You can use them in a

-lot of recipes.

0:37:530:38:00

-Sugar is another food source.

0:38:010:38:03

-Sugar is an important produce...

0:38:030:38:05

-..but is one of the most damaging

-foods to the environment.

0:38:050:38:09

-Sugar canes need an incredible

-amount of water to grow.

0:38:090:38:13

-By growing more sugar...

0:38:140:38:18

-..we're taking up much-needed room

-for growing other plants.

0:38:180:38:24

-We're producing a lot of sugar...

0:38:240:38:29

-..and it's all wasted calories.

0:38:290:38:41

-Let's turn to soya.

0:38:440:38:47

-About 75% of the soya beans

-that are grown in the world...

0:38:470:38:51

-..are fed to animals and

-helped in the production of meat.

0:38:520:38:56

-Soya beans is another produce

-that harms the planet.

0:38:560:38:59

-Forests are being cleared

-so that we can grow soya beans.

0:38:590:39:09

-The production of meat...

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-..is one of the most

-damaging processes to our planet.

0:39:130:39:19

-Cows produce

-a lot of greenhouse gases.

0:39:190:39:26

-Support your local farmers.

0:39:270:39:34

-What foods should we be eating

-to have a clear conscience?

0:39:350:39:39

-You can replace tuna with mussels.

0:39:400:39:42

-Mussels can be grown on ropes

-in the sea...

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-..and this doesn't affect

-the environment.

0:39:450:39:48

-Mussels are great at absorbing

-carbon from the atmosphere.

0:39:480:39:52

-Mussels are tasty and good sources

-of protein and good fats.

0:39:520:40:04

-Peas and protein feed the soil

-with nitrogen...

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-..which makes it more fertile.

0:40:110:40:15

-Peas and beans need less water

-and fertilizer...

0:40:150:40:18

-..than any other source of protein.

0:40:190:40:26

-Soft cheese

-is another source of protein.

0:40:260:40:38

-It's best to opt for soft cheeses

-as opposed to a hard cheese...

0:40:400:40:45

-..as they need less milk

-and less energy to produce.

0:40:460:40:53

-Soft cheeses use less milk

-and less energy to produce.

0:40:530:40:58

-In terms of fruit and vegetables...

0:40:580:41:00

-..it's best to buy those that are

-in season.

0:41:000:41:04

-Buying locally sourced produce

-reduces the carbon footprint.

0:41:040:41:14

-That's it from us today.

0:41:140:41:16

-We return tomorrow with

-Dr Dewi Evans discussing measles.

0:41:180:41:22

-Huw Fash is joined

-by Merched y Wawr members.

0:41:220:41:25

-We also discover the latest

-kitchen gadgets with Gareth.

0:41:260:41:30

-Ar Y Lein with Bethan Gwanas

-follows the S4C news and weather.

0:41:300:41:35

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:360:41:37

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Bydd aelod o Heddlu De Cymru yn son am eu cynllun newydd 'Patrol'. A member of South Wales Police will talk about their new 'Patrol' scheme on today's programme.


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