Wed, 11 Nov 2015 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 11 Nov 2015

Byddwn ni'n agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma gyda'i chyngor bwyd a diod. The weekly book club, food and drink advice and a viewer's makeover.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Armistice Day.

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-We'll hear more about this day

-later in the programme.

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-It's Wednesday and our makeover team

-are set to transform another viewer.

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-The lucky recipient

-has arrived at our studio.

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-We look forward to meeting

-Laura Sams later.

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-Would you like a makeover

-before the festive season?

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-You can join us for a day of

-pampering by our makeover team.

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-Simply call us on 01554 880 880,

-or email [email protected]

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-This is what else

-we've got for you today.

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-Cathy Irons promotes visiting your

-pharmacist before your doctor.

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-D T Davies discusses World War II

-in his latest novel, Dianc i Ryddid.

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-It's Armistice Day and Daf hears of

-a local event with links to the day.

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-Alison Huw also joins us with her

-choice of seasonal soups and broths.

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-Stay tuned to Sian and myself

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Laura Sams joins us for a makeover

-from Huw and his team.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about yourself.

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-I'm from Maesybont which

-is a small village near Gorslas...

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-..in Carmarthenshire.

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-I contacted Patricia...

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-..so that I could meet

-the Welsh Gok Wan!

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-She's my stalker!

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-Where do you work?

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-I work as a nurse...

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-..at Glangwili Hospital.

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-I've only been nursing for a year.

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-It's hard work but I enjoy it.

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-I don't have to worry about

-what I wear for work...

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-..as I've got a uniform.

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-What is your style outside work?

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-I'm always in jeans or trousers

-outside of work.

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-I like things that are easy to wear.

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-In work, I wear scrubs.

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-That's the typical outfit

-for a nurse.

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-I also tie my hair up.

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-You have a birthday on the way.

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-Yes. It's my birthday next week.

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-I'm going to go out

-in Carmarthen for the night.

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-It's going to be

-a fancy dress event.

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-Laura's in for a shock!

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-I don't meet the recipient of

-the makeover before this moment.

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-Patricia has got the make-up ready.

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-Ruth has something for her too.

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-Are you ready for this, Laura?

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-I'm in their hands.

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-Luke, my partner, won't mind

-what I look like at the end of it!

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-Anyone can have a makeover, Huw.

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-We have times when a lot

-of people want a makeover.

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-We also have quiet times.

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-People enjoy themselves.

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-They also get to keep their clothes.

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-Contact us if you want a makeover.

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-It's also great if you just want

-to be pampered.

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-Enjoy your day with us.

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-Next, there's a chance for you to

-enter our photography competition.

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-We've received hundreds of photos

-and enjoyed browsing through them.

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-The winner receives an iPad.

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-Our closing date

-is Friday 20 November.

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-Keith Morris will join us on Heno

-that evening to judge your images.

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-Don't worry about the quality as

-we want to see autumn in your area.

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-Email your photos to

-[email protected]

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-You can send them to Prynhawn Da,

-Tinopolis, Park Street, Llanelli.

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-We look forward to seeing them.

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-There's still plenty to come

-this afternoon.

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-Cathy Irons discusses visiting

-your pharmacist before your doctor.

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-We also catch up with

-Laura, Huw and the team.

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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 doors

-of our pharmacy with Cathy Irons.

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-Welcome to the programme, Cathy.

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-Thank you.

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-Cathy joins us

-to discuss a special event...

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-..known as Ask Your Pharmacist Week.

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-The last time I

-came into the studio...

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-..I mentioned that

-this week was coming up.

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-We get all sorts of enquiries

-in the pharmacy.

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-Medicines and More

-is the title of the week.

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-Pharmacists offer more than simply

-dispense medicine.

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-I've brought a few remedies

-into the studio to show you.

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-It's the season of the cold.

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-People opt for Night Nurse

-and many more.

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-There is paracetamol

-in these medications already.

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-We can assist the public

-in which medication to take.

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-Beechams also contains aspirin.

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-Beechams also contains aspirin.

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-We can advise people

-if it will upset their stomach.

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-If you take regular medication...

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-..it's important that you come with

-someone who knows what you take.

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-I recently had a person

-who came into the pharmacy...

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-..with a dry cough.

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-We were able to go through the

-list of medication that they take.

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-It's important that you don't waste

-the doctor's time.

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-If there are problems

-then we can send you to the doctor.

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-Your pharmacist is always available

-to talk to you.

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-You can take time with your

-pharmacist to discuss your issues.

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-Many people have a lot of questions.

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-You don't have to talk in the middle

-of the shop.

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-We can take you to a side room

-to chat with the person.

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-The theme, Medication and More

-also looks at self-care.

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-There are many things that we can do

-to look after ourselves.

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-There was one mother

-who's son was starting school.

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-She wondered if he should take

-some multivitamins.

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-We were able to assist her

-with her query.

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-It's important

-to look after yourself.

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-You can ask your pharmacist

-anything.

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-Laura Sams is the lucky lady

-having a makeover today.

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-It's great and Laura is almost

-sleeping but she was working nights.

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-You can relax and the ladies

-can pamper you.

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-What's that contraption

-in your hand, Ruth?

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-This curls the hair

-and you don't have to do anything.

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-Take a small piece of hair and

-the writing should face the scalp.

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-Attach the hair and

-it sucks it all in!

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-This would make

-a wonderful Christmas present.

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-I know of people who had them

-from Christmas but couldn't use it.

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-There's a lot of tips

-on the website.

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-Thanks to Mam for the gift

-and I've tried to use it...

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-..but my hair got stuck

-and it's gone back in the box!

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-I'm going to try again

-because I like the curl it creates.

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-Ruth thinks you put too much hair

-into the machine.

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-What make-up will you use today?

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-Laura doesn't wear a lot of make-up

-and likes a natural look.

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-I don't add more when I go out.

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-You're in for a shock!

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-I'm going to apply slightly more

-that's suitable for an evening.

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-Christmas is on the horizon

-and there's more parties...

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-..so she'll need some help.

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-Yes, it won't be too shocking but

-I'd like to create some smokey eyes.

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-I'm hoping for lots of curls

-and that the hair isn't stuck.

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-You can see the finished look

-after the break.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Armistice Day.

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-In a moment, Daf Wyn hears of a

-new scheme in the Gwendraeth Valley.

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-Over 90,000 trees will be planted

-in the Gwendraeth Valley...

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-..to remember World War I.

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-I'm here to hear all about it.

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-Alison Huw joins us and

-creates an array of winter soups.

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-We'll also reveal the results

-of Laura Sams's makeover.

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-Today is 11 November.

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-It's the day we remember those who

-lost their lives as a result of war.

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-In recent days, we've heard

-the experiences of many people...

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-..who spent time on the battlefield.

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-A new book called Dianc i Ryddid

-has just been published.

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-It tells the story of a young

-soldier from Carmarthenshire...

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-..who fought in World War II.

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-We're delighted to be joined by

-the author of that book, D T Davies.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Your life story

-is between these covers.

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-You needed some persuasion

-to write this book though.

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-Yes. I needed some convincing

-to write the book.

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-I wasn't ready to write it.

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-My sons took me back to Austria...

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-..to see some of the places

-that I had visited.

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-Whilst visiting those places...

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-..I told my sons of

-what had happened to me...

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-..at some of those places.

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-I told them about what had

-happened to me in Hungary...

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-..and in Yugoslavia.

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-I hadn't told my family

-about my time in the war.

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-When I came back to the country

-after the war...

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-..I met a former soldier.

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-I told him my story.

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-He didn't believe a word

-of what I'd told him.

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-He didn't think that

-the Germans were that cruel.

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-He thought the Germans

-were a kind race...

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-..and he almost married a woman

-from Germany.

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-From that time onwards...

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-..I didn't tell another soul

-about my time in the war.

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-Your experience of the Germans

-was completely different.

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-It was a difficult time in the war.

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-From day one,

-I was a prisoner of war.

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-They treated us as prisoners.

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-Tell us about this image.

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-There's a photograph of the time

-at the camp in Zemun...

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-..near Belgrade.

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-I managed to escape from that camp.

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-I fought in Crete in 1941...

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-..and was captured

-during that battle.

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-I was a prisoner

-from that time onwards...

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-..but managed to escape a few times.

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-You witnessed many horrific scenes.

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-There have been events in my life

-that I don't want to remember.

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-I remember Zemun...

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-..and it was a horrific place.

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-We were treated like animals and

-worse than animals at some point.

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-I remember a woman

-cradling her baby.

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-She would bring us food.

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-The food was boiled potato peelings.

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-You had to put your bowl out

-to collect it.

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-She asked for a little more

-for the baby...

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-..but the soldier knocked

-the bowl out of her hands.

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-We shared our food with her.

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-We have a photo of you

-at the end of the war.

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-I was seven stone

-when I left the camo.

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-I was seven stone

-when I left the camp.

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-We had to dodge the bullets

-when we escaped.

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-You always wanted to escape.

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-I had to try.

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-It was terrible in some

-of the camps.

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-You eventually escaped

-and returned home and married Beti.

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-I got home and met my wife, Beti.

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-Beti looks beautiful.

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-We've been married

-for about 60 years.

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-How do you feel to see the book?

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-It's been written now.

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-I've got seven grandchildren.

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-Five of them live in England.

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-They wanted to know about my story.

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-My sons are going to translate it

-into English.

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-Can I ask your age?

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-I'm over 97.

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-You look incredible.

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-I think we will have a reunion

-in Crete next year.

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-I hope to be there.

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-Thank you for joining us today.

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-Our next story is very apt

-for Armistice Day.

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-The Gwendraeth Valley marked

-100 years since the Great War.

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-Local children planted

-an array of trees...

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-..to create a woodland that everyone

-can enjoy.

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-Daf went to lend a hand.

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-In the coming weeks, this 125-acre

-site in the Gwendraeth Valley...

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-..will be completely transformed.

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-Over 90,000 trees will be planted

-here to remember World War I.

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-Hundreds of children will

-visit the site during the week...

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-..to be part

-of something historic...

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-..and create a memorial woodland

-in Wales for World War I.

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-It was a horrific event but

-this woodland will remain forever.

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-The site near Ffos Las Racecourse

-is affected by coal outcrops.

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-Planting trees is the best way

-to help the land repair itself.

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-We'll leave spaces so people can

-enjoy the views and there's ponds.

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-A statue of a horse will remind us

-of the horses from World War I.

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-There will also be beehives so

-we can create something wonderful.

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-It's hoped that everyone in the area

-can enjoy the site.

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-In March, over 300 trees

-were planted on the site.

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-We don't have long to wait

-until they start to flower.

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-Twelve schools

-took part in the planting...

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-..and we joined pupils

-from Trimsaran and Mynydd Cerrig.

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-This is a fantastic day

-for the children.

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-It combines nature

-and the history of World War I.

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-It's wonderful

-to see them working so hard.

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-We're given a tree to be planted.

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-A hole is made in the soil

-and the tree goes into it...

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-..and then it's packed with soil.

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-Next, we take a bamboo stick

-and it's placed in the soil.

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-A plastic cover goes around

-the bamboo stick and the plant.

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-It's difficult

-to wrap this around the plant.

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-Mice and other animals

-could eat the plants.

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-That is why

-they are wrapped in plastic.

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-They planted oak, hazel and cherry

-trees from the Gwendraeth Valley.

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-The children also played games...

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-..and learnt about the forestry

-methods used during the Great War.

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-They used wood to line

-miles and miles of trenches.

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-That took miles and miles of wood.

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-We went over there to see the tools

-used at the start of World War I.

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-How many trees have you planted?

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-I haven't counted

-but I think it's five or six trees.

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-Thousands of people answered our

-appeal and helped us to raise funds.

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-We're grateful to Sainsbury's

-and the National Assembly...

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-..who plant a tree for every child

-that is born in Wales.

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-Many of those trees

-are being planted on this site.

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-I hope they enjoyed themselves and

-remember this day in years to come.

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-That was a great project.

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-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-It's Wednesday so we'll play

-our competition, Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-I'm so excited!

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-I'll set the question live on air

-at 7.00pm.

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-You'll have about 15 minutes

-to enter the competition.

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-If you enter the competition...

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-..I could be calling one of you

-later in the programme...

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-..and you could win

-between 50 and 1,000!

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-You won 100, Sian.

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-My studio guest is the lecturer

-and presenter, Dr Anwen Jones.

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-Dr Anwen Jones featured

-on the S4C series, DNA Cymru.

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-The competition number

-is 08443 35 12 44.

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-Don't call us just yet because the

-phone lines don't open until 7.00pm.

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-Huw Rees joins me in the studio...

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-..and looks at how the new

-James Bond film, Spectre...

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-..is influencing the fashion world.

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-Daf Wyn visits an interesting

-restaurant in St Davids...

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-..that has an array of

-strange delicacies on the menu.

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-The restaurant serves bugs!

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-We meet the stars of

-the 2015 S4C Christmas advert.

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-Thank you, Mari.

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-After the break, Alison has an array

-of soup for the chilly weather.

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-There's also the results

-of Laura's makeover.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Alison Huw, our nutritional expert

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-The weather is changing

-and it's very miserable.

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-Today, we're looking at an array

-of soups to keep us warm in winter.

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-We've been looking at the difference

-between broths and soups.

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-I like traditional broths.

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-Today, we are discussing soup.

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-Broth tends to contain potatoes.

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-Soups are simple to make

-with leftovers in the cupboard.

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-It's perfect to eat

-at this time of year.

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-Stock is the basis of soup.

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-You can make your own stock.

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-It can take some time.

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-Keep a chicken carcass

-from your Sunday lunch.

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-You can also throw some celery,

-onions and carrots into it...

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-..to make the perfect stock.

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-You can also freeze stock

-for six months.

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-You can also make a stock

-from prawn shells or ham.

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-You can even use chicken wings

-to make a stock for soup.

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-However, there are stock cubes

-available.

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-Some of them can be salty.

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-The main ingredients of a soup

-is vegetables.

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-Sweat your vegetables in the pan

-at the start.

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-You can be experimental with your

-soups once you have mastered it.

0:34:250:34:30

-It's handy to use leftovers

-in the kitchen.

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-You can use leftovers from broccoli.

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-The stalk of a broccoli

-can be tasty and nutritious.

0:35:160:35:21

-You can also use the leftovers

-of a cabbage.

0:35:220:35:29

-You can also use vegetables

-that have become slightly soft.

0:35:290:35:38

-Celeriac and butternut squash

-are also great options.

0:35:380:35:48

-Lentils will pack a soup

-with plenty of protein.

0:35:480:35:58

-Everything is in one saucepan

-and it's all nutritious.

0:36:070:36:13

-You can use an apparatus like this

-to blend everything.

0:36:130:36:23

-I have been using a masher

-to make my soups.

0:36:260:36:36

-You can also serve your soup

-with croutons from stale bread.

0:36:370:36:44

-Why not add some cheese?

0:36:440:36:54

-Sprinkle crumbs of stilton

-over your soup.

0:36:580:37:05

-The shops are full of tins of soup.

0:37:050:37:15

-It's worth keeping a tin

-in the cupboard.

0:37:200:37:24

-But be aware of the salt content.

0:37:250:37:28

-Soups are so convenient.

0:37:280:37:31

-Laura Sams was the lucky lady to be

-pampered by our makeover team today.

0:37:310:37:37

-Before we see her new look...

0:37:370:37:42

-..Huw can remind us of how

-she looked earlier this afternoon.

0:37:420:37:52

-Laura likes to wears

-jeans and blouses.

0:37:550:38:03

-She wore a jacket and a scarf

-to the studio today.

0:38:030:38:09

-She's got a birthday coming up too.

0:38:100:38:14

-Let's take a look at Laura

-after her makeover.

0:38:140:38:18

-You look incredible, Laura.

0:38:180:38:22

-Are you happy with the look, Laura?

0:38:220:38:26

-It feels strange to wear a dress.

0:38:260:38:30

-I feel so posh.

0:38:300:38:33

-I never wear a dress.

0:38:330:38:39

-The dress is short

-so you need great legs.

0:38:390:38:45

-She's young and can flash her legs.

0:38:450:38:49

-Laura looks like model.

0:38:490:38:53

-I love this dark blue colour.

0:38:530:39:03

-I love the lace in this outfit.

0:39:050:39:15

-It reminds me of Downton.

0:39:170:39:27

-The dress is delightful.

0:39:320:39:39

-Ruth has been busy styling her hair.

0:39:390:39:48

-We curled her hair

-with our special device.

0:39:480:39:57

-We kept it all in place

-with some hairspray.

0:39:570:40:07

-Her make-up is quite natural

-and great for evening wear.

0:40:130:40:20

-We've had a lot of fun with Laura.

0:40:200:40:25

-Laura's mother is also with us.

0:40:250:40:31

-It's also her birthday.

0:40:310:40:40

-I think she looks great and her hair

-looks wonderful.

0:40:400:40:45

-You look fantastic.

0:40:450:40:53

-Happy birthday to you

-on 22 November.

0:40:530:40:57

-You are Huw Fash's biggest fan!

0:40:570:41:00

-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da,

-Dr Ann focuses on pneumonia...

0:41:000:41:03

-..and we hear from a viewer

-who suffered from the condition.

0:41:040:41:09

-The situation got worse

-when I went into hospital.

0:41:090:41:13

-I was so ill and it was a very

-worrying time for the family.

0:41:130:41:17

-They told my husband to stay by the

-phone in case something happened.

0:41:170:41:22

-Our vet, Meleri Tweed chats about

-a scheme to keep your dogs safe.

0:41:230:41:28

-Ifan and the Fferm Ffactor team

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:280:41:34

-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

0:41:340:41:40

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Byddwn ni'n agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma gyda'i chyngor bwyd a diod. The weekly book club, food and drink advice and a viewer's makeover.


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