Wed, 10 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 10 Feb 2016

Cawn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma gyda chyngor bwyd a diod. Today on Prynhawn Da, we host our weekly book club and take a look at the latest radio gadgets.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Wednesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-Welcome back and congratulations

-to Mrs Sian Thomas!

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-You had a great day on Saturday.

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-Yes, but the shots don't show

-all the rain we had.

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-It was pouring with rain.

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-I love that car!

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-There was flooding in Aberdare but

-the car skimmed through the water.

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-We can see you arriving with Don.

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-It was a great day

-with family and friends.

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-Was it worth the stress?

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-Yes, and I've been stressed

-for months.

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-It was great

-and we had a fantastic day.

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-Everyone enjoyed themselves.

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-I thought we'd need a canoe

-as there was localized flooding...

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-..but apart from that, the car got

-through and it's been fantastic.

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-I love my bespoke dress by Huw Rees

-- thank you very much.

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-It's been a lovely day with close

-family and friends surrounding you.

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-It's really nice to have

-all my family here together.

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-We've got so many friends and

-it's lovely to have them all here.

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-A huge congratulations to you both.

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-A huge congratulations to you both.

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-Thank you and thanks for everything.

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-I was chatting with one

-of the other guests on Saturday...

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-..and was told that it was

-a day where everyone was smiling.

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-Yes, and thanks to everyone

-for their best wishes.

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-It's great to have you back

-so let's get down to business.

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-Today, Heledd meets the piano tuner,

-Gerallt Lewis.

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-He's getting a lot of work

-as a result of the wet weather.

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-We open the covers of our Book

-Club with Efa Mared Edwards...

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-..who discusses her adaptation

-called Meistres y Bwa Hir.

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-There's news of a scheme to teach

-children about oral hygiene.

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-Glen Bartlett marks World Radio Day

-with a selection of digital radios.

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-Are you in need of some romance?

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-Alison has some foods which will

-certainly spice up your lives.

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-Join Sian and me for the next

-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-For the past three weeks...

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-..viewers of S4C have been able

-to join Roy Noble...

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-..as he visits various areas

-of the South Wales Valleys.

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-Roy joins us now to tell us more

-about the series.

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-Welcome to the programme, Roy.

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-Thank you.

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-I'd like to congratulate Sian

-and Don on their recent nuptials.

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-I was told to be careful because

-she's a married woman!

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-Tell us about the series.

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-I started in the Rhondda.

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-I spoke to people

-about the famous tunnel...

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-..before hearing about the

-Park and Dare Theatre.

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-We met Sharon Rhys who has done

-a lot of work in the area.

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-There's also been a visit

-to the Cynon Valley...

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-..and Lewis Lewis.

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-We met people from the

-Royal Opera House.

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-I also had an interview

-with Geraint Stanley...

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-..about Aberfan.

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-It was his last interview

-before his death.

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-It was heartwrenching.

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-We also went to the Taf Valley.

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-I could have also spent ages

-in Merthyr Tydfil.

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-In the coming episodes...

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-..we visit the areas of Ebbw Vale...

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-..and the Llwyd Valley or the

-Eastern Valley.

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-Let's see a clip from Sunday's

-edition of Cymoedd Roy.

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-At the foot of the valley,

-stands the Guardian mining memorial.

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-..in the village of Six Bells

-near Abertillery.

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-At over 20-metres-tall,

-the memorial was commissioned...

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-..to commemorate

-the Six Bells disaster in June 1960.

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-Forty-five miners were killed.

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-It's striking and stands on

-the site of the old colliery.

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-The tallest mining memorial

-in Wales...

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-..is a powerful reminder

-of that tragedy.

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-Six Bells is near Abertillery.

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-There's also Senghenydd.

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-You can hear about that disaster in

-the final episode of the series.

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-It was emotional being in Six Bells.

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-The disaster was in the 1960s.

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-I remember that time.

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-I was born in the Rhondda.

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-We're both from the

-South Wales Valleys.

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-You want viewers to see

-a new part of the Valleys.

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-Even the press and media looks

-at the South Wales Valleys...

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-..with disdain!

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-They think it's full of poverty.

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-The South Wales Valleys

-are not like that.

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-All the various valleys

-in the area are different.

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-It's amazing to see the South Wales

-Valleys from the sky.

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-The countryside is amazing.

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-The journey from Blaenavon

-to Cymsychant is incredible.

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-This series is perfect for you.

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-Yes, this series is perfect for me.

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-I ride the trike.

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-I wanted a bandana

-but it wasn't possible!

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-I met people who fly the flag for

-the South Wales Valleys.

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-We meet people who have done

-so much for the areas.

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-Sarah Evans has studied in Oxford

-and has moved back.

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-It would be nice to have a series

-on the West Wales Valleys.

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-This series looks at the South-East

-Valleys.

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-I'd like to show other parts.

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-Thank you, Roy.

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-The damp and varying temperature of

-our weather plays havoc with pianos.

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-This means it's a busy time

-for the piano tuner, Gerallt Lewis.

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-Heledd Gwyndaf

-has been to see him at work.

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-Gerallt has tuned pianos since...

-well, he's always done it.

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-It stems from his childhood.

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-I loved singing and enjoyed sitting

-at a piano to compose.

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-Do you read music?

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-No, I did start

-but after two lessons...

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-..my piano teacher told Dad I played

-the piece but ignored the score.

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-And do you still play by ear?

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-And do you still play by ear?

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-Yes, that's right.

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-Let's see the piano

-at Llanerchaeron.

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-Gerallt sees all sorts of pianos and

-he'll introduce us to a few of them.

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-GERALLT PLAYS A SCALE

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-It's an old piano

-that dates back to 1891.

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-What's it like to tune?

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-The age of the piano has to be taken

-into consideration...

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-..so it has to be tuned

-to a specific key-note.

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-Many years ago,

-one of the pins split in two.

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-As a result, the piano has to be

-tuned to the pitch of that note.

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-Which note is it?

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-Which note is it?

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-Let's see.

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-I think it's that one.

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-This piano is quite fragile so let's

-see you working on another piano.

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-That's a good idea.

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-I suspect this piano is younger and

-used more often than the last one.

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-This was the main piano on the stage

-at Theatr Felinfach...

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-..which was also used

-by the community.

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-Pianos go out of tune with a change

-in climate and temperature...

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-..so how does Gerallt

-tune the piano?

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-It's a traditional method.

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-Tape is weaved between

-the three strings of each note.

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-I strike my knee with a tuning fork

-for Middle C.

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-TUNING FORK SINGS

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-The piano is quite close

-to that sound.

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-Next, I do the scale of the tuner.

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-This has to be right or the rest

-of the piano will be out of tune.

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-Once that scale is in tune...

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-..we can ascend the piano

-and descend to the lower notes.

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-It sounds complicated so it's lucky

-we have Gerallt and his sharp ears.

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-Mervina is an experienced

-piano teacher who relies on Gerallt.

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-You've taught many generations

-in the area to play the piano.

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-Yes, I've been doing it

-for 50 years.

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-Your family also teaches and plays.

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-My daughter helps with the teaching

-and my granddaughter is learning.

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-Is it important to have a piano

-that's in tune?

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-It has to be in tune for exams.

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-Gerallt is the man who does it.

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-Gerallt is the man who does it.

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-Yes, that's my job.

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-It's a huge responsibility

-but Gerallt does a whole lot more.

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-There's evenings of entertainment,

-Cor Cymru and similar competitions.

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-In those situations, the adrenalin

-takes hold and you lose yourself.

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-Gerallt loves pianos and the keys

-and their owners love him too!

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-It takes a lot of talent

-to tune a piano.

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-After the break, Efa Mared Edwards

-opens the covers of our Book Club.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open the covers

-of our Book Club...

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-..with the author,

-Efa Mared Edwards.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Efa joins us to discuss her latest

-Welsh-language adaptation...

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-..called Meistres y Bwa Hir.

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-Meistres y Bwa Hir

-is a Welsh-language adaptation...

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-..of a novel by Linda Davies

-called The Longbow Girl.

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-The novel tells the story

-of Mari Owen.

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-The novel is set

-in the Brecon Beacons...

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-..where the original author,

-Linda Davies, was raised.

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-Very few Welsh stories have been

-based in the Brecon Beacons.

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-How did you become a part

-of this project?

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-I've been working over the summer...

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-..for a printing company.

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-I've done some translation work

-for the company...

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-..and translated two books.

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-This is the first book

-by Linda Davies...

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-..that has been translated

-into Welsh.

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-Did you meet the author?

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-I met Linda at the launch

-in Cardiff in November.

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-The book is an adaptation.

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-Did Linda give you any guidelines?

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-I could change a few names...

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-..but Linda didn't want me to change

-the name of the horse...

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-..as it was the name

-of the author's own horse.

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-The author was raised in

-the Brecon Beacons.

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-This book is based

-in the Brecon Beacons...

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-..and Linda was raised there.

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-I've only driven through the area.

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-The novel tells the story

-of Mari Owen.

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-Mari Owen is a beautiful girl.

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-I think she's similar to the lead

-role in The Hunger Games.

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-The original title was

-The Longbow Girl.

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-I think it sounds better in Welsh...

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-..as Meistres y Bwa Hir.

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-Were you aware that you were

-adapting a Welsh story?

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-Yes, and it contains a lot of

-references to the Mabinogion.

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-Your father was involved

-in the book too.

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-Dad has edited the book for me.

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-I have to thank him for that.

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-Tell us about your family.

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-My brother, Dylan, won the

-Crown at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-My parents both work in literature.

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-I'm studying for an MA in Cardiff

-at the moment...

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-..in Celtic Studies.

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-I hope this can help

-some of my studies.

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-I don't know what I'll do next.

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-I'd love to do something with

-children's literature.

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-I'd like to write things of my own.

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-Meistres y Bwa Hir is published

-by Atebol and is on sale for 6.99.

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-Good luck with the book.

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-We hope to chat to you again.

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-After the break, Sian Thomas

-chats about a new scheme...

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-..to overcome the deterioration

-in children's teeth.

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-Glen looks at the variety of radios

-that are on the market.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-A new report states that children's

-teeth in Wales has deteriorated.

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-It's so serious that the government

-has launched a campaign...

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-..to encourage children to think

-about their teeth and oral hygiene.

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-We're joined in the studio

-by another Sian Thomas.

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-She co-ordinates the Designed

-to Smile scheme in Llanelli.

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-Welcome to the programme, Sian.

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-How serious is this problem?

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-The problem is terrible.

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-The government scheme

-wants to encourage children...

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-..to clean and care for their teeth.

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-This doesn't need to happen.

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-We can stop it from happening.

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-Unfortunately,

-parents don't help the children.

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-The scheme helps the children

-to brush their teeth in school.

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-They have this scheme

-in every school.

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-Children's teeth are rotting.

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-Snacks with a lot of sugar

-are the problem.

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-Parents buy snacks for children

-and they contain a lot of sugar.

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-This next table proves a point.

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-Parents are shocked

-when they see this table

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-Children like to have trendy drinks.

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-The table helps you to see how much

-sugar is in each of these products.

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-There's more sugar in a milkshake

-than in the other drinks.

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-We don't know what our drinks

-or food contains.

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-There's a lot more sugar

-in the milkshake than in the coke.

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-Milk and water are the only

-safe drinks for children.

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-Those drinks are safe for the teeth.

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-People would choose a milkshake...

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-..and think that it contains

-less sugar than coke.

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-Parents buy raisins and believe

-these are a healthy option...

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-..but raisins contain

-a lot of sugar.

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-Children are going to eat sugar.

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-If they can choose something healthy

-between meals...

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-..it would help the children.

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-You must make sure that the only

-sugar given is during meal times.

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-People tend to think

-that this scheme...

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-..is only for the first set

-of teeth or milk teeth.

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-When a child is six, this is

-when they get their adult teeth.

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-It can be incredibly difficult to

-get a child to brush their teeth.

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-You have until 3.00pm

-to enter our competition...

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-..to win a pair of tickets

-to the Wales v Scotland match..

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-..at the Principality Stadium

-in Cardiff on Saturday.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-What is the traditional dish

-of Scotland?

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-1) cawl, 2) curry, or 3) haggis?

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-Call us with your answer

-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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-The phone lines

-close at 3.00pm today.

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-Entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all!

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-You could be going to that game.

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-It's World Radio Day on Saturday...

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-..and Glen Bartlett has been looking

-at the best digital radios for us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You work in the radio world.

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-Yes, I work on the radio.

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-I have a programme

-on a community radio in Swansea.

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-You need a radio to listen to me.

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-I was surprised as to how many

-radios are available.

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-The boombox has come back

-into fashion recently.

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-It's possible that 2016

-is the radio of year.

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-The Groov-e Boombox is from Tesco

-and costs 30.

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-There are better quality

-sound radios on the market.

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-If you want something

-that will remind you of the 1990s...

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-..the boombox is the way to go.

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-This next radio is a Frozen radio.

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-If you have a child

-who would like a character on it...

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-..this is great.

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-The Lexibook Radio and CD player

-is 29.25 from Tesco.

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-You can't tune the radio on this,

-but you can play CDs on it.

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-This is a great gift.

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-The Roberts Splash! radio

-is by Panasonic and costs 99.99.

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-Roberts

-has a fantastic sound quality.

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-They have now released

-waterproof radios.

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-You can put them in the shower.

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-You can dance away

-while having a shower.

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-I'm in the shower for a long time.

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-You could use it by the pool

-on holiday.

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-This is expensive at 99.

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-The next one is made from cardboard.

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-Yes, this is an eco-friendly radio.

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-Everything has been recycled

-to create this radio.

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-This is a novelty radio.

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-You couldn't take this near water.

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-This is cool,

-but is expensive at 24.99.

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-The pocket radio

-is from Tesco and costs 5.

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-When you listen to music

-on your phone, you can lose signal.

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-However, this won't lose signal

-once you tune it.

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-If you have a certain colour room,

-these are great.

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-They look great.

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-These aren't stereo radios

-and the sound won't fill the room.

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-If you want to wake in the morning

-to an alarm clock...

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-Valentine's Day is on the horizon...

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-..and after the break, Alison looks

-at the foods that are aphrodisiacs.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's Valentine's Day on Sunday...

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-..so the Welsh get another chance

-to celebrate their love...

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-..after the recent St Dwynwen's Day.

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-You can add a touch of spark

-to your lives on Sunday...

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-..with some foods

-that are aphrodisiacs.

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-Alison Huw joins us to tell us more.

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-There's a lot of red in the studio.

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-As Valentine's Day falls on a

-Sunday, why not make a day of it?

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-Today, I'm looking at aphrodisiacs

-to stimulate the senses.

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-Some of these foods

-have special chemicals.

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-Some also have special shapes!

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-This is my kitchen every day

-after the wedding!

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-There's a theme

-which is raised in these foods.

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-Many of the foods raise the blood.

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-You could start the day with

-a breakfast including asparagus.

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-The shape of asparagus

-is also very suggestive!

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-Eggs are also a good

-source of vitamin B...

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-..which is good for the nerves

-and the libido.

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-Combine a soft boiled egg and use

-the boiled asparagus...

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-..to drop the egg yolk into your

-partner's mouth.

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-The power of a pomegranate

-is good for the veins.

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-Many of these foods

-are good for health and the blood...

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-..and increase sensitivity.

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-Pomegranate is mentioned in the Old

-Testament on more than one occasion.

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-Many believe pomegranate was used by

-Eve to tempt Adam.

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-For lunch, you could serve

-a avocado and prawn salad.

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-You could also serve a salmon and

-avocado salad.

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-The omega 3 oil in the salad is

-extremely important.

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-Why not serve a watermelon martini

-for lunch?

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-Would you like to taste it?

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-I haven't added anything else

-to this.

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-The chemical is thought to be

-a natural viagra.

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-For a snack, you could have banana

-and almonds.

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-Bananas are full of potassium and

-energy.

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-Pumpkin seeds and pine nuts

-are a fantastic source of zinc.

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-I can't see that these would ignite

-the imagination as much.

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-Next, we move on to the supper.

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-You should start the meal

-with a dozen oysters.

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-Oysters are high in zinc and they

-include the dopamine hormone...

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-..which increases sexual cravings.

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-Endorphins raises spirits.

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-Champagne is great for raising

-female spirits...

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-..and for raising a smile.

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-Dom Perignon created the drink and

-compared it to tasting the stars.

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-Next, we have garlic.

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-If you both eat garlic, you don't

-have to worry about bad breath.

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-Garlic is a different type of

-aphrodisiac.

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-Valentine's Day wouldn't be complete

-without any chocolate.

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-Dark chocolate is best as it has

-many chemicals to make us feel good.

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-Make sure chocolate, a cake or a

-pudding is part of the meal.

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-Many of us turn to chocolate

-when we're feeling down.

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-I've made some special

-chocolate lollipops.

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-You could add nuts or seeds to them.

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-Thank you, Alison.

0:39:050:39:07

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-Compete every Wednesday night

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-Llinos Lee is at the helm

-for tonight's Heno.

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-Join me for tonight's Heno

-at 7.00pm.

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-I'll be calling tonight's lucky

-winner in Fancy A Fortune?

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-Elin has been chatting with a

-young man from Llanfairpwll...

0:40:500:40:55

-..who has been to Turkey

-for a hair transplant.

0:40:560:41:01

-Rhodri Gomer has been training

-the Wales Women's Rugby Squad...

0:41:020:41:07

-..ahead of their Six Nations clash

-against Scotland this weekend.

0:41:070:41:13

-We'll be looking ahead to World

-Radio Day on tonight's programme.

0:41:130:41:17

-The presenter of Y Byd ar Bedwar,

-Catrin Haf Jones is my studio guest.

0:41:170:41:21

-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm,

-Huw Rees has some fashion advice.

0:41:220:41:26

-Dr Ann is discussing tinnitus.

0:41:260:41:28

-Sam Hughes : Cowboi Penfro

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:290:41:34

-It's about a man who emigrated

-to America with his family in 1837.

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Cawn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma gyda chyngor bwyd a diod. Today on Prynhawn Da, we host our weekly book club and take a look at the latest radio gadgets.


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