Wed, 12 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 12 Apr 2017

Bydd athrawes yn cael gweddnewidiad, a bydd y Clwb Llyfrau yn trafod cyfrol newydd Mihangel Morgan. A teacher will get a makeover, and we'll discuss Mihangel Morgan's new novel.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-midweek edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-The week is flying by and

-we're on the cusp of a long weekend.

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-Yes, and we're hoping

-for fine weather.

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-This is what we have for you today.

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-We hear of a rugby contest between

-Cardiff and Swansea universities.

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-Ellen Llewellyn has some ideas

-on entertaining your little ones.

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-We open our Reading Club to discuss

-the new Mihangel Morgan novel, 60.

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-Alison Huw also hops in with her

-choice of chocolate Easter eggs.

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-We've got chocolate, sport, books

-and ideas for the next 50 minutes.

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-It's going to be good afternoon.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-We start today by welcoming our

-makeover recipient, Sioned Davies.

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-Tell us more about yourself.

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-I'm from Lampeter.

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-It's Cwmsychbant.

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-I'm starting work at Ysgol Sir

-Henry Richard in Tregaron.

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-What years do you teach?

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-I teach Years 1 and 2.

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-It's quite a big school.

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-There's more

-on other campuses.

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-What are you doing over Easter?

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-Next weekend, I'm going

-to Torquay for the YFC AGM.

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-I do a lot with the YFC.

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-I cycled from Cardigan

-to Aberaeron last weekend.

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-It was very hot.

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-There was a lot of hills!

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-We raised money for the Ceredigion

-YFC and Blood Bikes Wales.

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-How long did it take you?

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-We started at midday.

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-We got to Aberaeron

-later in the afternoon.

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-It was very hot.

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-Next weekend is going to

-be less physical.

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-You want something to wear

-to go to Torquay.

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-I want something different.

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-There's a few nights out.

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-I'd like something new to wear.

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-This is my first AGM.

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-It could be the first of many AGMs.

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-Your children in your class will

-be shocked to see their teacher.

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-Yes, I'm sure the children

-will be surprised to see me.

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-I often buy clothes

-from Lan Lofft in Lampeter.

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-What would you like Huw to do?

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-I'm open-minded.

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-The team can do whatever they want!

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-Have fun!

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-The Varity Cup is

-an annual rugby tournament...

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-..between teams from

-Cardiff and Swansea universities.

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-And we all know who is the

-best team, don't we, Sian?

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-Oh, yes, Swansea!

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-I think we disagree.

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-Recently, Welsh societies from both

-universities held a Welsh Varsity.

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-It was held for the first time

-to coincide with the main event.

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-But which team scooped the title

-in this small tournament?

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-One, two, three!

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-Today, Welsh-language teams from

-Cardiff and Swansea universities...

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-..play their first rugby match that

-coincides with the Varsity event.

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-Students should be able study and

-socialize via the Welsh-language.

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-Today's opportunity promotes

-the Welsh-language in Swansea.

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-There's been a massive growth here

-over the past three to four years.

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-It's vital that we have an aim

-and today is certainly worthwhile.

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-It's also a bonus if we perform

-impeccably on the rugby pitch.

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-Earlier in the season,

-we lost against the Gym Gym...

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-..and we don't want

-a repeat performance.

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-The first whistle was blown and it

-was a physical game from the onset.

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-Supporters enjoyed and travelled

-from afar to watch this battle.

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-I don't attend this university but

-I'm wearing the appropriate colours.

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-I'm originally from Exeter

-and many of my friends are playing.

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-It's wonderful to see a Welsh

-language rugby team from Swansea.

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-I've heard they don't play this well

-but they're performing superbly now.

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-Let's hope they'll win,

-so we can celebrate in town later.

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-Some 30 minutes into the match,

-Tawe Rugby Club scored a few points.

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-But the team from Cardiff University

-were still in the game.

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-We're still holding on, we're only

-a small team and I'm the only sub.

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-Hopefully,

-we'll score before the end.

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-It's great to socialize

-with other Welsh societies.

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-There's a football and netball team

-and it's great we all speak Welsh.

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-We're enemies on the pitch but we

-enjoy a laugh in the pub afterwards.

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-Following 80 exciting minutes,

-the Tawe Rugby Club won 20 - 7.

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-We poured everything into it but we

-didn't have the reserve we wanted.

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-Tawe Rugby Club are worthy winners.

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-It's great to have the Welsh Varsity

-and play in the Welsh-language.

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-We hope to return next year

-and get a different result.

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-We played Cardiff earlier this year

-and it shows how much we've evolved.

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-Today's score was fantastic.

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-You're the Man of the Match.

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-You're the Man of the Match.

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-Thank you very much.

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-I've enjoyed and the lads were great

-so let's enjoy tonight and tomorrow!

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-We've only won one match

-and we've come so far as a club.

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-The lads have worked hard

-and it's paid its way.

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-Our investment from the onset

-shows how far the lads have come.

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-I'm incredibly proud of them.

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-We can return to the sports office

-and show them how far we've come.

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-It safeguards a future for the club.

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-We're coming to Aberystwyth next!

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-There's always next year

-for Cardiff!

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-Well done to Swansea.

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-After the break...

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-..we find out Sioned's progress

-with Huw and the team.

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-Ellen Llewellyn also has a ideas on

-entertaining children this Easter.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Sioned has been in the safe hands of

-our makeover team for a few minutes.

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-It's all running smoothly.

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-We know Wendy from Prynhawn Da but

-she joins the makeover team today.

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-You've had an upgrade!

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-Yes, and I'm excited

-about joining the team.

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-The Prynhawn Da makeover team

-is important...

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-..and we're known across Wales.

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-We were in Lampeter this week!

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-Sioned is here and she's happy for

-you to do anything with her hair.

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-Sioned doesn't do a lot with her

-hair so I'm going to curl it.

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-She's got a lot of hair and we can

-show the viewers.

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-I'll use heat protectors

-because we'll be using the wand.

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-I'll wrap the hair around the wand

-to create the curl.

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-Show us how you're going to curl

-the hair and apply the product.

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-Can you do that side

-so the viewers can see?

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-Patricia asked her to use the wand

-so she can get some tips.

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-I get a kink in my hair as opposed

-to a curl when I try at home.

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-Have you tried using straighteners?

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-Yes, but I prefer the curls

-you get from a wand.

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-Come back here and stop trying

-to get away, Wendy.

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-Patricia's working on the nails.

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-Sioned's got lovely nails

-and has a beige polish on them.

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-I'm going to add a sparkly top coat.

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-There's a lot of colours available

-but this gives a high shine effect.

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-Do you need to remove nail varnish

-before applying a different colour?

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-No, it's like wallpaper

-and you just add another coat!

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-It's difficult to go lighter but

-you can always change the colour.

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-We're running out of time so what

-will you be doing with the wand?

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-It's important to have clean

-sections of hair...

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-..and wrap it around the wand.

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-Be careful you don't burn yourself!

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-It isn't turned on at the moment

-because we're live!

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-How long will it take?

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-How long will it take?

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-It should take 20 minutes.

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-You've got 20 minutes, Wendy!

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-We're back later and I hope

-the wand has worked it magic...

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-..Patricia has finished the nails

-and the clothes will be perfect!

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-We can't wait to see the result

-at the end of the programme.

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-Easter is in full swing.

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-A fortnight can be a long time to

-keep your little ones entertained.

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-There are plenty of places to take

-your kiddies without over-spending.

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-Elin Llewellyn

-has been investigating for us.

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-I've got three children myself.

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-I needed to do the research

-to keep them entertained!

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-My children love train journeys.

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-They also love a car journey.

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-A train journey is a great and

-you can tie it in with a picnic.

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-Train tickets are also reduced

-in price at the moment.

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-You can also get some theatre

-tickets that are reduced.

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-There's plenty of attractions that

-are inexpensive to visit in Wales.

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-Why not head to St Fagan's and visit

-the Welsh National History Museum?

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-The Big Pit National Coal Museum is

-nestled in valleys among Blaenavon.

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-There's also the Roman Museum

-in Caerleon.

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-Drefach Felindre is home to the

-National Wool Museum of Wales.

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-There are plenty of activities

-at these museums.

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-In Caerleon, you can play the role

-of a shepherd.

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-There are many smaller museums

-that offer plenty of activities.

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-How about an outing at our National

-Library of Wales in Aberystwyth?

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-They have given us 10 reasons why

-we should visit it over the Easter.

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-The Gregynog art gallery

-is a great place.

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-It's also a perfect place

-to take a picnic.

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-Local libraries are great too.

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-Take your children to get a book or

-two.

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-Wales boasts some great castles

-such as Anglesey's Beaumaris Castle.

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-We've tried to visit

-as many castles as we can.

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-The CADW website

-is listed with castles.

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-Beaumaris has a Medieval event

-during Easter.

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-You can become a knight.

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-There are also events

-that involve dinosaurs.

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-The weather has been great

-recently.

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-There's no better place than the

-seaside in the warm weather.

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-Wales is surrounded

-by an 870-mile coastline.

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-Why not wear the little ones out

-with a trip to the coast?

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-You can also take a pushchair.

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-I'm going with a group this weekend.

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-You can find out more at

-walescoastpath.co.uk

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-If you're children are bored why not

-give the blow-cup challenge a go?

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-The blow-cup challenge is the latest

-internet craze among young people.

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-You have to blow one paper cup into

-another cup without touching them.

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-You almost did it!

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-Let's see how good you are

-at our blow-cup challenge!

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-My children have seen this.

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-I will blow the cup into that cup.

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-After the break,

-we'll open our Reading Club.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Still to come on the programme...

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-..our Easter bunny Alison Huw hops

-in with chocolate eggs for us all.

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-And we reveal a new Sioned Davies

-following her makeover.

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-Before our Reading Club...

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-..we played the blow-cup challenge

-over the break.

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-Take a look at this!

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-FANFARE

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-Well done, Sian!

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-I got a bit excited!

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-It's time to open the covers

-of our Reading Club.

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-Edwina Ranft and Dorian Morgan will

-discuss Mihangel Morgan's novel, 60.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-We'll also hear comments from

-our other club members shortly.

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-First, let's start with you, Edwina.

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-There are 60 short stories

-based on 60 minutes or an hour.

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-The stories are located in a cafe.

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-There are cameos

-and chats between friends.

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-I like sitting on the bus

-and hearing to conversation.

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-I like sitting on the bus

-and listening to a conversation.

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-We have a cross-section

-of stories here.

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-We hear of a man

-who is suffering with cancer.

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-There's a group of friends.

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-It's something like a club

-that enjoys a natter.

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-It's a story that's timely.

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-We can't tell you more about it.

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-These characters differ to

-Mihangel Morgan's usual characters.

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-We haven't had anything

-from Mihangel since Pantglas...

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-..about six years ago.

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-The humour was unusual

-in this novel.

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-It's difficult

-to pigeonhole this novel.

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-At the top of each chapter,

-there's an image of a clock.

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-I found myself getting nervous

-as time moved on.

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-We were wondering what would happen

-at 12'o clock.

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-I felt totally relieved.

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-It's similar to walking out of here

-into the town of Llanelli.

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-There are ordinary people

-in this novel.

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-They are people who are busy

-walking the streets.

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-It's similar to a drama.

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-It's got a great pace.

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-I read it in one sitting.

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-You said that you could have read a

-chapter in minutes.

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-Our Reading Club member, Lowri Puw

-also shares her opinion on the book.

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-Mihangel Morgan's books always make

-you think and 60 is no different.

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-At the start, nothing made sense.

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-I didn't know the characters or

-locations and there wasn't a link.

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-By persevering, the links came

-to light and the penny dropped.

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-Don't give up on it because I'm sure

-you'll enjoy it as much as I did.

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-She enjoyed it.

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-Do you agree with her?

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-It captivated me from the onset.

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-The characters reminded me

-of people I know.

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-I identified with them.

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-The conclusion

-was fresh and different.

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-Mihangel is great with words.

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-He has a certain way

-of describing things.

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-He's very clever.

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-This book is timely.

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-There's Emily in the cafe

-who would like a piece of cake...

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-..but can't eat it.

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-There's a trend with short stories.

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-They appeal to readers

-who don't want anything too deep.

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-It's a great book from Mihangel.

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-He's no longer

-at Aberystwyth University.

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-I would give this book

-a 9 out of 10.

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-I agree!

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-I may give it 8.5!

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-The novel 60 by Mihangel Morgan is

-published by Y Lolfa and is 7.99.

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-In a moment, we find out what's in

-store for us on Heno this evening.

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-It's Wednesday night,

-so that means only one thing.

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-Every Wednesday night,

-you can spin our wheel.

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-How much will you win?

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-You've won 1,000.

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-1,000.

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-1,000.

-

-Goodness me!

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-Answer the phone.

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-Answer the phone.

-

-500!

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-I won 1,000.

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-I won 1,000.

-

-I'm feeling lucky.

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-Are you feeling lucky?

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-Fancy A Fortune?

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-Rhodri and Angharad

-will call a lucky viewer tonight.

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-Rhodri joins us on the sofa now.

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-There's another chance for you

-to win anything up 1,000.

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-Get ready for the question

-at 7.00pm.

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-We're joined by the broadcaster,

-Geraint Lloyd on the programme.

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-Geraint is celebrating 20 years

-in the broadcasting industry.

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-We also enjoy a chat with

-the harpist, Claire Jones.

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-We announce the five winners

-of our Easter eggs competition.

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-Llinos Lee is in Llangrannog

-for some essential camping tips.

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-Thank you.

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-Easter eggs

-have taken over our studio.

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-After the break, Alison Huw has

-a whole host of chocolate eggs.

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-And we reveal a new Sioned Davies

-following her makeover.

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-I'm egg-static!

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-FANFARE

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-Do you like what I did there?

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-There's a studio full

-of chocolate Easter eggs.

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-You've waited a year to say that!

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-Alison Huw has hopped in with

-her selection of chocolate eggs.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It's impossible to avoid chocolate

-at Easter.

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-Chocolate and Easter

-go hand-in-hand these days.

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-This year, there's a theme

-to the chocolate eggs...

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-..in that companies want to offer an

-experience whilst you're indulging.

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-Easter is a season that is full of

-symbols from the Christian faith.

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-At Easter, we think of new life

-with chicks, bunnies and lambs.

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-The egg is meant

-to symbolize Christ's tomb.

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-The egg is empty

-to symbolize the empty tomb...

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-..and the resurrection of Christ

-on the third day.

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-I've brought an array of Easter eggs

-to show you.

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-One Easter egg

-tells the story of Easter.

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-The Easter story egg is 5.

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-The egg is sold with a book

-to explain the Easter story.

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-It's made from

-Fairtrade chocolate...

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-..and supports families in Kenya,

-Bangladesh and Tanzania.

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-It means you can enjoy

-goes to the charity, Tradecraft.

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-..whilst having peace of mind.

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-I'd like to see the chicken

-which laid that egg!

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-We're all familiar

-with Heston Blumenthal...

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-You can pick up the Heston

-Blumenthal Easter egg for 20.

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-The egg is decorated to resemble a

-real chicken egg.

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-The Heston Blumenthal egg is for the

-child in us all.

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-Daf can crack it!

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-Give it a whack.

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-It doesn't take much.

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-Let's see what's in the middle.

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-The egg comes with edible soil!

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-There's also some eggs.

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-The inside of the chocolate is soft.

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-You can dip it in the soil.

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-We have an egg

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-This egg is all about the experience

-of eating the chocolate.

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-This follows the concept

-of cracking open a boiled egg...

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-..but the centre contains

-a chocolate cake and mini eggs.

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-That one was easier to crack.

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-The Marks and Spencer egg

-is meant to feed ten people!

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-The Marks and Spencer egg is 12.

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-Children of all ages enjoy

-an Easter egg hunt.

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-You can pick up packs

-from Marks and Spencer and Lidl.

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-The egg hunt pack

-from Marks and Spencer is 15.

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-You can pick up a egg hunt pack

-for 3.99 from Lidl.

0:34:290:34:34

-The egg hunt packs come with eggs...

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-..and a basket

-to collect all the eggs.

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-Easter can be a difficult time...

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-..for those who cannot digest

-gluten, wheat or milk produce.

0:34:510:34:55

-Tesco has Easter products that do

-not contain gluten, wheat or milk.

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-I've also got something

-full of sweets.

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-You can pick up an Easter egg

-in the shape of a cocoa bean.

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-You can keep the tin and

-it's full of sweets and chocolate.

0:35:180:35:22

-Marks and Spencer has a small egg

-for 2.50.

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-The tiny chocolate egg

-from Marks and Spencer...

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-..is made from

-a high quality chocolate...

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-..and decorated with gold leaf.

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-You could spend a lot of money

-on an Easter egg.

0:35:470:35:55

-A lot of people just

-want something to nibble on.

0:35:550:36:05

-You can spend 1 or hundreds!

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-Thank you, Alison.

0:36:090:36:11

-If you're craving some chocolate now

-you need to enter our competition!

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-You can win a bumper hamper of

-Easter eggs for the entire family.

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-Five viewers will hop away

-with a hamper each!

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-What garment is worn at Easter?

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-1) Easter bonnet, 2) Easter shoes,

-or 3) Easter trousers?

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-To enter,

-call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

0:36:390:36:43

-Our phone lines close

-at 3.00pm today.

0:36:440:36:46

-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

0:36:470:36:50

-For full terms and conditions,

-email us at [email protected]

0:36:500:36:54

-Good luck to you all!

0:36:540:36:56

-Sioned Davies joins for a makeover

-and before her new look...

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-..here's Huw to remind us of how she

-looked when she came to the studio.

0:37:050:37:14

-When Sioned arrived

-at the studio today...

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-..she was dressed casually.

0:37:170:37:23

-She had flat shoes,

-a simple top and jeans.

0:37:230:37:27

-Sioned doesn't like anything fussy.

0:37:270:37:32

-She likes to keep things simple.

0:37:320:37:34

-Let's take at Sioned now.

0:37:350:37:37

-You look fantastic.

0:37:370:37:40

-What do you think, Sioned?

0:37:400:37:47

-You look very different.

0:37:470:37:51

-I'm delighted with my new look.

0:37:520:37:55

-I wouldn't choose this for myself.

0:37:550:38:01

-I do like it though.

0:38:010:38:04

-Tell us about the clothes, Huw.

0:38:040:38:14

-This is a simple dress.

0:38:140:38:17

-You could wear it in the sunshine.

0:38:170:38:20

-A lot of people don't

-like the neckline.

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-You can tape it in place.

0:38:250:38:28

-There's white jeans.

0:38:280:38:33

-They have tears at the knee.

0:38:330:38:43

-We've got a backpack too.

0:38:430:38:47

-Do you like wearing heels?

0:38:470:38:50

-I like heels.

0:38:500:38:52

-They are great.

0:38:530:38:56

-What did you do to the hair, Wendy?

0:38:560:39:00

-I used the wand to make some curls.

0:39:000:39:07

-Sioned doesn't do a lot

-with her hair.

0:39:070:39:10

-We had some heat protector.

0:39:110:39:17

-It's held in place with hairspray.

0:39:170:39:22

-These are quite simple.

0:39:220:39:32

-You could get a finger wave

-from the 1950s...

0:39:360:39:39

-..if you wanted to go down

-that route.

0:39:400:39:44

-Could you do this style at home?

0:39:440:39:47

-I'll try!

0:39:470:39:50

-What make-up did you use, Patricia?

0:39:500:39:54

-I wanted something simple.

0:39:540:39:59

-Sioned's wearing a lot of make-up.

0:39:590:40:02

-However, it's very natural.

0:40:030:40:13

-There's some peach

-in the shade of the lipstick.

0:40:140:40:23

-I've gone for the natural beige

-in the palette.

0:40:230:40:29

-There's some highlighter

-on the cheeks.

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-I love it.

0:40:320:40:38

-I hope I'll achieve it next week.

0:40:380:40:45

-People can contact us

-for a makeover.

0:40:450:40:51

-Sioned stepped in

-at the last minute.

0:40:520:40:56

-Anyone can contact us

-for a makeover.

0:40:560:41:03

-We even have welcome men.

0:41:030:41:06

-Are you going out tonight?

0:41:060:41:08

-I might go out tonight.

0:41:080:41:09

-Enjoy the weekend.

0:41:100:41:16

-That's it from us today,

-but Huw is back tomorrow.

0:41:170:41:23

-Yes, I'm back with some embroidery.

0:41:240:41:26

-We also open the doors of

-our surgery with Dr Ann Rhys.

0:41:260:41:29

-Cartrefi Cefn Gwlad Cymru

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:290:41:33

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:330:41:36

-.

0:41:360:41:36

Bydd athrawes yn cael gweddnewidiad, a bydd y Clwb Llyfrau yn trafod cyfrol newydd Mihangel Morgan. A teacher will get a makeover, and we'll discuss Mihangel Morgan's new novel.


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