Wed, 08 Nov 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 08 Nov 2017

Byddwn yn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau, a chawn gyngor steil, bwyd a diod. We'll open the doors of our Book Club and we'll have plenty of style, food and drink tips.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on a glorious autumnal day.

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-There was a hard frost earlier

-but it's lovely to see the sunshine.

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-We've got another

-jam-packed programme for you.

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-A mere 23% of us have made a will...

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-..so Angela Killa joins us later

-with all the advice you need.

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-Ann Marie bags us more bargains

-and many items are under 5.

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-Gerald Morgan chats about

-his new book, Cymro A'i Lyfrau.

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-Do you know the story of the

-Twrch Trwyth or Enchanted Boar?

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-It's the Month of Legends on S4C

-so Daf Wyn tells us the tale.

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-The fondue set

-is enjoying a revival.

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-We reminisce and sample

-various delights with Alison Huw.

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-Join Mari and me for legends and

-bargains over the next 50 minutes.

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-We start the programme

-with some very fit studio guests.

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-They recently competed in Hawaii

-at the Ironman World Championship.

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-It's Phil Tucker and Gareth Hodgson.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Congratulations

-on completing the race.

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-How did you get involved

-in competing in ironman?

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-I played rugby for years.

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-I received treatment on my knee.

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-I stopped playing rugby

-after a year.

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-I started running and

-did a triathlon and marathon.

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-It lead to doing an ironman.

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-I watched the Ironman in Tenby.

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-There was a buzz in the town.

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-I fancied giving it a go.

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-A lot of people register

-for the event after watching it!

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-Many people sign up

-after watching the Ironman.

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-You have to commit yourself.

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-It does take over your life.

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-Both of us have full-time jobs

-and young families.

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-We train 10 hours a day.

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-We're back training after Hawaii.

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-It isn't the cheapest of sports.

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-Yes, and the kit mounts up as well.

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-I train before and after work.

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-The nights are drawing in now too.

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-Tell us about Hawaii.

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-The Ironman World Championship

-has been held in Hawaii since 1978.

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-It's the first ironman

-competition in the world.

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-We had to qualify

-in order to compete in Hawaii.

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-I finished 3rd in

-the Weymouth Ironman last year.

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-I qualified after the Tenby Ironman.

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-It was very competitive in Hawaii.

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-I fell ill a few days before

-but managed to complete the race.

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-I had to think of plan B.

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-I wanted to give

-a solid performance.

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-It wasn't the result

-that I was expecting.

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-I finished the race

-in 10 hours and 7 minutes.

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-The Ironman World Championships

-includes a 2.4-mile swim...

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-..a 112-mile cycle, followed

-by a 26.2-mile marathon run.

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-Rhodri Gomer interviewed us

-before we went to Hawaii.

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-Rhodri might give an Ironman a go!

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-It was great to have each other

-in Hawaii.

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-There were three other Welshmen

-in the race.

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-I'm ready for a break now.

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-I won't stop competing now.

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-I prefer cycling.

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-I will return to the ironman

-competitions next year.

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-There's a few winter races before

-the Ironman in Lanzarote next May.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Viewers of last night's Heno

-will have heard of a competition...

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-..to win Sion Corn A'r Anrheg

-Gorau Un by Tudur Dylan Jones.

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-The book contains images

-by Valeriane Leblond.

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-The competition is open for children

-aged between three and eleven.

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-Children are asked to write

-a letter to Father Christmas...

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-..about all the good things

-they have done during the year.

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-They can also ask for a gift

-for themselves or a friend.

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-Send your letter and your age

-via email to sioncorn@gomer.co.uk

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-The closing date

-is 30 November 2017.

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-The ten best letters will be

-read aloud on Prynhawn Da...

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-..and the winner gets a copy of the

-book, Sion Corn a'r Anrheg Gorau Un.

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-After the break, the solicitor,

-Angela Killa has tips on wills.

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-Ann Marie also bags us some bargains

-and many are under 5.

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-Welcome back.

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-According to

-the latest statistics...

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-..a mere 23% of people

-have put their finances in order...

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-..should they pass away.

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-Angela Killa from JCP Solicitors

-joins us to offer us some advice.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Why is it important to make a will?

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-I want to ask why people

-aren't making wills too?

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-Many people lead busy lives.

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-They leave making a will

-for when they are older.

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-If you have children or pets

-you have to think about...

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-..what will happen to them

-after you die.

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-I recommend that you make a will.

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-I recommend seeking professional

-legal advice when making a will.

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-You can also make a will online.

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-It's important to seek advice

-from a professional.

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-The solicitor can advise you

-on tax and funeral plans.

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-It's also important that

-you have the will signed by others.

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-What about married couples?

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-Your spouse will get something

-from you after you die.

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-Sometimes, your child will not

-receive anything after your death.

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-Your spouse

-may find another partner.

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-Remarrying could be a feature.

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-What if you're divorced?

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-This can become complicated

-if you divorce.

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-It's important

-to get things documented.

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-You don't want people to argue.

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-You want to let people

-know your wishes.

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-You can also leave requests

-for your funeral in your will.

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-Specify a burial or cremation

-and selection of songs and eulogies.

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-These are important things for you

-and maybe nobody knows about them.

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-Can unmarried couples make a will?

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-Unmarried couples

-should also make a will.

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-You can run the risk of nothing

-being passed on to your partner.

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-If you are not married,

-your assets could go to a relative.

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-Make a will if you want to leave a

-pet in the care of someone specific.

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-Speak to the person who you are

-leaving the pet with beforehand.

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-You should update your will.

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-This applies to those

-who are single then get married.

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-If you are married and get divorced,

-you need to change your will.

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-The same applies if you have

-a windfall and have children.

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-You can get a will

-through your work's union.

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-Some wills are cheap enough

-through charities...

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-..but normally you would pay

-around 200.

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-Don't forget about our competition

-to find the new Gelert.

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-Throughout November,

-the Month of Legends on S4C...

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-..Heno is searching

-for the new Gelert of Wales...

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-..who is a special dog that will

-capture the hearts of a nation.

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-Do you know a heroic,

-brave or faithful dog...

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-..or a dog that provides comfort

-or is simply your best friend?

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-You can nominate them

-for our competition.

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-The winning dog gets a year's supply

-of food from Pero Pet Foods...

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-..and a hamper of goods.

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-The judges include Sara Manchipp...

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-..an ambassador for the RSPCA

-Llys Nini Animal Centre...

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-..the vet, Dr Lowri Davies...

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-..and Jonathan Rees,

-the manager of Pero Pet Foods.

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-The competition closes at midday

-on 14 November.

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-Send us a photograph of the dog

-with a few words about it.

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-You can email heno@tinopolis.com

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-Write to Heno, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Your dog could be the new Gelert!

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-Make sure you send us

-your nominations.

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-Ann Marie Lewis joins us

-with tips on bagging a bargain.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-It's more important than ever to

-find bargains at this time of year.

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-Yes, it is.

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-Christmas is looming and it's a

-great time to buy some bargains.

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-There's six weeks to go but the

-shops are full of festive bargains.

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-I didn't expect to see

-so many festive items in the shops.

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-We start with

-the Christmas stocking.

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-The Christmas stocking

-has 'Nadolig Llawen' on it.

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-The Welsh Christmas stocking

-costs 1.49 from The Range.

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-The quality of the stocking is great

-and it looks hand-made.

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-You will keep this for years.

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-Now is the time to buy

-your festive stockings!

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-I bought two for my children!

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-We also have a festive throw

-on the bed.

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-The festive throw is 4

-from Primark.

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-We also have a red throw

-and festive bed clothes as well.

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-People tend to decorate

-the whole house for Christmas.

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-The bed clothes are simple

-but look great in red and grey.

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-The cushion with the reindeer image

-costs 4.99 from Home Bargains.

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-It looks great on the bed.

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-I like the pattern

-and would suit a teenager's bedroom.

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-We move from the bedroom

-to the living room.

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-This Advent calendar

-is quite different.

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-I tend to buy chocolate

-Advent calendars every year.

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-The calendar with little sacks can

-be re-used and filled with treats.

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-I like the colour scheme

-on this calendar.

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-You can fill the bags with treats

-for children and adults!

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-We also have cocktails.

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-I was thinking about

-a Secret Santa gift.

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-We have a

-Grow Your Own Cocktail kit.

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-The Grow Your Own Cocktail kit

-costs 5 from Dunelm.

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-The kit contains

-fruit seeds and pots.

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-It's a great concept!

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-There are also

-some cocktail shakers.

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-The shakers are from Wilkos.

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-The tree is plain

-but has lights on it.

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-You can hang it on the wall.

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-It's 5 from The Range.

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-This next tree wouldn't look

-out of place in your home now.

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-It bridges the seasons!

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-You can light the candles

-and get in the moood.

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-You can light the candles

-and get in the mood.

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-I like the bottle of champagne

-and you can place it on the table.

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-You can decorate your home gradually

-in the run up to Christmas.

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-We also have this luxurious throw

-and cushions.

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-The floor lamp stood out for me

-at Home Bargains.

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-The lampstand is great value

-at 26.99 from Home Bargains.

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-We have a storage stool

-which is incredibly handy.

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-It's also comfortable to sit on it.

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-You can move it around the house

-and you can fill it with anything.

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-The colour is quite subtle too.

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-I recommend finding bargains now!

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-Welcome back.

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-In a moment, we hear about the

-Twrch Trwyth or Enchanted Boar...

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-..from the tale of Culhwch Ac Olwen.

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-Alison Huw takes us back to the

-1970s and cooks with a fondue set!

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-Keep watching to find out more.

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-Today's guest in the Book Club

-is Professor Gerald Morgan.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You've joined us to discuss your

-new book called Cymro a'i Lyfrau.

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-This isn't an autobiography as such!

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-Cymro a'i Lyfrau...

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-..is an interesting take

-on the traditional autobiography.

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-I'm not a professor but a Mr!

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-Thank you for giving me that title.

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-Cymro a'i Lyfrau tells the story

-of my life...

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-..through my own personal collection

-of books.

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-I started collecting books

-when I was nine years old.

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-One of the biggest changes

-in my life...

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-..was learning the Welsh language.

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-I refer to my days in the army

-and in college.

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-I have a catalogue of

-my great-grandfather...

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-..that lists all his books.

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-He was my mother's father

-from Caernarfon.

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-He drew the lines

-on this book freehand.

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-I love reading this book.

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-It's great to look

-at his list of books.

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-I noticed that

-..but there wasn't a Welsh Bible.

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-It was listed under a book

-of Scripture.

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-He had a Bible from the

-Apostle of Carmarthenshire...

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-..and I have one too!

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-I had one that was coated

-in a horrible cover...

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-..so I paid to have it re-covered.

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-My father used to take cuttings from

-various magazines and newspapers...

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-It was meant to be!

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-I've inherited this love of books.

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-When did you start collecting?

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-Men tend to collect a lot.

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-Women work too hard

-to have the time to collect.

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-I specialize in books

-that are pre-1800.

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-I have books from pre-1800

-and many others.

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-I also spotted

-Saunders Lewis's Siwan.

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-I've got Siwan by Saunders Lewis

-in the Catalan language.

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-It was given to my wife.

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-I've also got a book from Y Lolfa.

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-There was a group of miners

-in the Amman Valley.

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-The miners published a book

-to help this young man.

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-They raised enough money

-to send this young man to college.

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-This man was Gomer Roberts.

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-I also collect books

-by publishers from Llanrwst.

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-I've got copies of

-the smallest books...

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-..that were published in Welsh.

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-They are excerpts from hymns.

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-They were given to the children

-of Llanrwst.

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-These books are very rare.

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-What's the next book

-to add to your collection?

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-The next book that I'd like

-to have in my possession...

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-..has to be the

-William Morgan Bible.

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-It costs thousands!

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-I have to be sensible.

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-A friend of mine owns a copy.

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-He lives alone in his home.

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-He hasn't got a mortgage

-or children!

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-Thank you, Gerald.

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-We're celebrating our various tales

-during S4C's Month of Legends.

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-Having delved into our archives

-and found an item...

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-..on the Twrch Trwyth or Enchanted

-Boar from Culhwch ac Olwen.

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-When you reach Ammanford, you're

-welcomed by the town's sign...

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-..and a wonderful statue of

-the Enchanted Boar or Twrch Trwyth.

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-I doubt you'll find one of these

-roaming the land today.

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-The common pig is a descendent

-of the wild boar.

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-It's thought they lived

-throughout Wales and Great Britain.

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-With the cutting down of the trees

-up to the 13th century...

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-..they lost their foodstuff

-and died out.

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-The boar is no longer

-a native of these isles...

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-..but there are references to it

-in our ancient tales and legends.

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-The earliest example of the boar

-is the Twrch Trwyth...

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-..which plays an integral role

-in the tale of Culhwch ac Olwen.

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-Culhwch ac Olwen is relatively

-simple in terms of its structure.

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-Culhwch's stepmother

-puts a curse on him.

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-He cannot marry anyone but Olwen,

-daughter of the giant, Ysbaddaden.

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-Culhwch rides to Arthur's court

-to ask for help...

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-..and they help him find

-the giant, Ysbaddaden.

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-Ysbaddaden agrees to give him

-his daughter...

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-..on the condition

-he completes 40 tasks.

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-One task asks Culhwch to retrieve

-the comb and pair of scissors...

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-..that sit behind the ears

-of the Twrch Trwyth.

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-But did the boar

-ever visit the Amman Valley?

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-It's interesting that we can follow

-the route of the boar.

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-It starts in Ireland and swims

-with its pigs to Pembrokeshire.

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-When they reach

-the region of Amanwy...

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-..two of the pigs are slaughtered

-and they were Banw and Benwig.

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-There's a strong tie between the

-names of these pigs and the area.

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-We call this onomastic.

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-The name of Amanwy Mountain

-makes us think of the pig, Banw...

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-..and this reminds us

-of Culhwch ac Olwen and the hunt.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Alison Huw joins us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, we're concentrating on

-the 1970s must-have, a fondue set.

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-I don't think I've ever used one.

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-I have to ask, what is fondue?

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-It's thought to have developed...

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-..from the desire to want and finish

-leftover and stale bread and cheese.

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-A fondue is a traditional food

-from Switzerland.

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-Fondues were a different way

-of eating and hosting a party.

0:34:390:34:46

-The fondue is back in fashion.

0:34:460:34:52

-It's classed as one

-of those retro-chic foods.

0:34:520:34:58

-Sales in fondue sets have gone

-through the roof in recent months...

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-..as people enjoy a lively

-and social way to eat.

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-Many will be popular at Christmas.

0:35:120:35:18

-Some of these fondue sets

-are from the Peppercorn shop...

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-..that has been selling on our high

-street in Llandeilo for 30 years!

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-Happy birthday to Peppercorn!

0:35:290:35:39

-I've brought my own fondue set

-that has laid dormant for decades.

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-You can pick them up in Lakeland

-and John Lewis.

0:35:460:35:58

-The basic recipe for a cheese fondue

-is cheese, wine and garlic.

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-The correct cheese is essential

-if you want a successful fondue.

0:36:150:36:19

-Don't just by any old cheese

-for a fondue.

0:36:190:36:22

-The traditional cheeses for a fondue

-are the favourites in Switzerland...

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-..namely the Emmental and Gruyere.

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-It's important to have a cheese

-that melts easily.

0:36:310:36:34

-You could team your Emmental

-and Gruyere cheeses...

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-..with a third cheese

-of your choice...

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-..such as a raclette or reblochon.

0:36:410:36:47

-Some of these have very

-strong flavours and aromas.

0:36:470:36:55

-You can use Cenarth Cheese...

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-..but need a base of a cheese

-that melts easily.

0:37:070:37:15

-The basic recipe for a cheese fondue

-is cheese, wine and garlic.

0:37:150:37:21

-Rub a clove of garlic

-around the edge of the bowl...

0:37:210:37:26

-..before adding it

-to the other ingredients...

0:37:260:37:29

-..to help intensify the flavour.

0:37:300:37:33

-You should use an acidic white wine

-to make the cheese sauce.

0:37:330:37:36

-The acid in the wine...

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-..helps to break down the

-natural proteins in the cheese...

0:37:390:37:43

-..so that they are easier to digest.

0:37:430:37:50

-Bring the wine to the boil

-before adding your cheese.

0:37:500:37:58

-You need two cups of

-Emmental and Gruyere...

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-..and a third cup

-of your other cheese.

0:38:050:38:13

-The most traditional foods

-to dip in your cheese sauce...

0:38:140:38:18

-..are bread and potatoes.

0:38:180:38:23

-You could use cornichorns or

-pieces of salami or any vegetable.

0:38:230:38:35

-In this day and age, many prefer

-to have fruit and marshmallows...

0:38:380:38:44

-..to dip in melted chocolate.

0:38:440:38:50

-I've got to try this.

0:38:510:38:55

-It's very social.

0:38:550:38:57

-You don't have to go to the hassle

-of getting a fondue set...

0:38:570:39:03

-..as you could melt cheese

-in its own box.

0:39:040:39:06

-A popular dish is a baked Camembert.

0:39:060:39:10

-You could replace the Camembert

-with a Golden Cenarth cheese...

0:39:100:39:15

-..to give a Welsh twist

-on the traditional dish.

0:39:150:39:20

-These make for a great starter.

0:39:210:39:24

-People often have cheese in boxes

-for Christmas.

0:39:240:39:28

-It's a great way to enjoy cheese.

0:39:280:39:30

-Thank you, Alison.

0:39:310:39:32

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0:40:140:40:18

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0:40:280:40:31

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0:40:310:40:36

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0:40:360:40:42

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0:40:420:40:48

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0:40:480:40:54

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-I think it's in the back

-of the cupboard.

0:41:050:41:10

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0:41:100:41:17

-That's all we have time for today.

0:41:170:41:20

-Tomorrow, Dr Ann discusses

-post-traumatic stress disorder.

0:41:200:41:27

-An autograss team

-chat about their Christmas single.

0:41:270:41:30

-Huw Rees has the latest

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0:41:300:41:33

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-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:340:41:38

-We hope you enjoy

-the rest of your day.

0:41:380:41:41

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:420:41:44

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0:41:450:41:46

Byddwn yn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau, a chawn gyngor steil, bwyd a diod. We'll open the doors of our Book Club and we'll have plenty of style, food and drink tips.