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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli
-for today's Prynhawn Da.
-A very Happy New Year to you and
-we'll have more about that later.
-I'm sure a lot of people will be
-Today, Vivian Jones joins us to
-discuss his new book, Symud Ymlaen.
-Temperatures have fallen
-so Carys has tips on keeping warm.
-We enter our archives to mark the
-Old New Year in the Gwaun Valley.
-Dr Anna Bryant has tips
-on keeping safe whilst exercising.
-Do you enjoy liquorice and seaweed?
-They are amongst the fashionable
-foods we'll be eating this year.
-You can enjoy all this and more
-on Wednesday's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-with our resident pharmacist.
-welcome to the programme.
-Happy New Year to you.
-Yes, and Happy New Year to you.
-It's fair to say that temperatures
-have dropped over the past week.
-Today, we're looking at ways...
-..to protect ourselves
-from the cold weather.
-I'd like to wish you a healthy New
-The weather is much colder now.
-We've had quite a mild winter
-The weather forecasts
-show that it will be colder.
-We're still in winter and
-the next months will be very cold.
-April is also the cruellest month.
-We forget how to care
-for our skin during the winter.
-We tend to cover ourselves up
-and forget about our hands and face.
-Our hands can crack
-and be very dry and painful.
-It's important to moisturize
-the exposed areas of the body.
-The skin is the largest organ
-in the body.
-it's important to care for it.
-When the skin cracks,
-it can cause problems.
-Use a moisturizer
-to keep the skin strong.
-We forget about our lips too.
-You need a lip balm.
-Lots of school children
-have red and raw lips.
-They tend to lick their lips
-but it removes all the moisture.
-Children aren't very wary
-of their skin and lips.
-Children will enjoy
-applying lip balm.
-It's important for boys too.
-Vaseline can also act as a barrier
-between the skin and cold wind.
-Men tend to forget about their lips
-Men have to care for their skin
-as they often shave every day.
-The skin can become very dry
-if you shave.
-Therefore, they must care for their
-skin for the sake of their health.
-Men have it much worse!
-Cold sores are also worse
-at this time of the year.
-The cold sore virus
-is always in the body.
-You need something to keep
-cold sores at bay.
-You should care for your skin
-to stop the virus from flaring up.
-If you do get a cold sore,
-there are creams available.
-You could use a cream
-five times a day.
-When you first start to feel
-..apply the cream.
-Look after the skin
-or serious problems could occur.
-You should look after your body
-by keeping warm and eating well.
-If you get cold,
-your resistance will diminish.
-You might get a cold
-and get the shivers.
-Keep warm and eat healthily.
-Vitamins could also help.
-Eccinacea will help deter a cold.
-If you start to feel cold,
-you could start taking tablets.
-Colds can be dangerous
-if your older.
-However, everyone at any age
-should take care.
-If you're going skiing,
-take plenty of sun protection.
-You should always use it.
-Thank you, Cathy.
-The YFC of Llanfynydd hosts
-a whist drive tomorrow at 7.30pm.
-It's at the reading room
-of Cwrt Henri and all are welcome.
-After the break...
-..we open the doors of our Book Club
-with Reverend Vivian Jones.
-Carys Tudor has tips on keeping warm
-during the winter months.
-During his career...
-..Reverend Vivian Jones
-has served around the world.
-He's represented Wales on the
-Council of Churches for Wales...
-..at meetings in Nairobi,
-Vancouver and Canberra.
-Since retiring, he's edited one book
-and written four.
-His latest book called Symud Ymlaen
-has just been published.
-Reverend Vivian Jones joins us now
-to tell us all about it.
-Welcome to the programme.
-When did you start your travelling?
-There was a time in my life...
-..when it was difficult
-to do anything...
-..in terms of moving around
-I did a few experiments...
-..and people were not happy
-about working with me.
-It was quite difficult.
-I felt quite disheartened.
-I went to America.
-There were three other ministers.
-It gave me a chance
-to work in a team.
-I stayed there for 15 years.
-It was a great time.
-It was very different.
-A lot of things happened to me.
-It was an interesting life.
-There was over 2,000 members
-in the church.
-We had 24 employees in the church.
-It was like going to work every day.
-This was very different
-to the Church in Wales.
-The people were very kind.
-The book is quite autobiographical.
-I felt that I'd reached the point
-in my life...
-..that it was important
-to tell people about my life.
-Did you sit down and write this
-as an autobiography?
-No, it wasn't quite like that.
-I'd written things in the book.
-I want to look at the future
-of the church...
-..and the way the church
-..in terms of the role of women
-in the church and homosexuals.
-People don't seem to want
-to make a difference.
-There's a few things
-happening in the background...
-..but nothing ground-breaking.
-By writing the book,
-it meant I could be more personal...
-..and make things right
-in my own way.
-We're referring to Wales
-in the book.
-You've served in many places
-such as Africa.
-In Wales, the number
-of Christians is dwindling.
-There's been an increase
-in the followers of Islam...
-..and various other religions.
-I don't think the Christian faith
-is linking with the people of Wales.
-Dewi Myrddin Hughes
-enjoyed the book.
-There are people out there...
-..who seemed to enjoy
-reading the book.
-I think it's important for me
-to write these things.
-I'm delighted if it helps someone.
-You could write another book!
-I have to live long enough
-to write one.
-by Vivian Jones is 6.99.
-Thank you for joining us.
-The Guardian has revealed
-the top ten books...
-..that portray books of the world.
-They look at books from Switzerland
-and various other countries.
-Martha, Jac a Sianco
-Later, Mari Grug tells us what you
-can enjoy on tonight's Heno.
-First, here's a reminder
-of the competition, Fancy A Fortune?
-# Fancy A Fortune? #
-You can win up to 1,000
-wherever the wheel stops.
-You've won 500, Vi!
-Congratulations, you've won 200
-and I hope you're happy.
-That's great. Thank you very much.
-You've won 500, Grace.
-You've won 500, Grace.
-Thank you very much.
-And that's it for Fancy A Fortune?
-And that's it for Fancy A Fortune?
-# Fancy A Fortune? #
-Don't forget about the competition,
-Fancy A Fortune?
-Mari Grug joins us later
-to tell us all about it.
-Our next item is very apt...
-..when you consider
-that the temperature has dropped.
-Carys Tudor has joined us
-with tips on keeping warm.
-Welcome to the programme, Carys.
-The weather has got a lot colder.
-It's fair to say
-the temperature has dropped.
-It's important to stay warm.
-The onesie is so soft.
-It's going to keep you warm.
-It's very lightweight
-but keeps you warm.
-The onesie is 14.99 from Dunelm.
-It's very effective about keeping
-you warm in the house.
-It's 14.99 for the draft excluder
-You should get draft excluders.
-They are great at keeping the heat
-in your home.
-It's important to keep warm.
-Certain fabrics can keep you warm.
-In the bathroom,
-you can have a towel rail.
-Avoid putting furniture
-in front of a radiator.
-Don't cover them too much...
-..as they retain the heat...
-..and stop the heat
-from getting into the heat.
-Holding a hot cup of tea
-can make you feel warm.
-Hot water bottles are ideal too.
-You can also get wheat bags...
-..that warm in the microwave.
-You can make one at home.
-Don't put them in the microwave
-for more than 30 seconds.
-These won't burst
-like a hot water bottle!
-I like to wear
-my fingerless gloves...
-..when I'm working on the computer.
-B&M Bargains are selling the socks
-The socks don't work if you're
-wearing thinner socks underneath.
-There's a great fan heater.
-It will make you feel warmer
-by looking at the flame.
-I always feel warm by my oven.
-It's all psychological.
-The heater is 49.99 from Dunelm.
-are still effective and popular.
-I always have one
-when I'm at home with Dad.
-It's 13.99 for the electric blanket
-There's also a mattress protector...
-..that's made from fleece.
-You should have the fleece
-next to your skin.
-It helps the heat to circulate.
-I'd put the fleece cover
-on top of your sheet.
-You need air to circulate
-around the body.
-It's 39.99 for the rug
-from B&M Bargains.
-Rugs are great
-for keeping your feet warm.
-I was at my friend's house
-over the weekend.
-They had an Aga.
-It was great.
-Keep your doors
-from the kitchen open...
-..as it helps the warm air
-Buy a high tog duvet.
-Wearing socks in bed
-makes a world of difference too.
-You can also have a blanket
-over the duvet.
-It'll keep you warm.
-Thank you, Carys.
-Snuggle up, stay warm and make sure
-you join us in a few minutes.
-In a moment, Dr Anna Bryant
-has tips on exercising safely.
-Alison also discusses the foods that
-will be fashionable during 2016.
-Don't move a muscle!
-Next, we wish you a Happy New Year
-as we delve into our archives.
-Today, many regions in Wales
-celebrate the Old New Year.
-A few years ago,
-I visited the Gwaun Valley...
-..that continues to celebrate
-this ancient tradition.
-It's a misty morning
-in the Gwaun Valley...
-..and today, 13 January, as has
-been the custom for 200 years...
-..the local folk are celebrating.
-The school has closed as the entire
-village celebrates the Old New Year.
-# This is my wish to you
-Happy New Year, children!
-are welcomed everywhere.
-It's a great way
-of earning pocket money.
-I'd put my collection into the Post
-Office and accumulated a large sum.
-Where have you been today, boys?
-We've been singing to many people.
-We've had a lot of money.
-You've got a purse full of money.
-I've got lots.
-Wow - you've done well.
-He's got his own money.
-Have you been fed everywhere?
-Yes, and we've had
-the same amount of money.
-This tradition has been passed down
-through the generations.
-We had a lot of fun going around the
-village on foot, bike or horse back.
-There wasn't always a place to tie
-the horses up but it was fun.
-Do you recall going around
-the houses as a child, Gareth?
-Yes, it was a long time ago.
-I wasn't as spoilt as the children
-today who are chauffeured around.
-It's important that we keep it alive
-as not many places carry it out.
-The verses are passed down
-through the generations.
-They sing the same carols
-that we did many years ago.
-We would sing
-The Little Children on Wales.
-# We are the Little Children
-of Wales singing our carols
-# Don't send
-the dog to chase after us
-# Happy New Year to you
-and your loving family
-# The head of the family,
-come and give us a penny #
-We'd all shout
-Happy New Year at the end.
-Why is the custom still popular
-in the Gwaun Valley?
-The locals believe it's a unique
-tradition to the Gwaun Valley.
-to continue the tradition.
-The children are proud of it
-and want to go around singing.
-The tradition of the Old New Year is
-alive and well in the Gwaun Valley.
-I'm sure the custom will survive
-for many years to come.
-# Happy New Year! #
-A Happy New Year to everyone
-in the Gwaun Valley!
-I'm sure they're still celebrating
-the tradition today.
-..and this includes exercising more.
-What about those who are new to
-exercise or bound to their homes?
-Dr Anna Bryant joins us
-with some very useful advice.
-Welcome to the programme.
-People join the gym at this time of
-Yes, at this time of the year,
-people often join gyms.
-We've all overdone it
-We all want to lose weight
-People are joining gyms
-and going out to run.
-However, it's best to pace yourself.
-There are lots of classes
-One of the best tips I can give
-is to find something you enjoy.
-There are different classes
-to suit everyone.
-Yoga, Pilates and Zumba classes
-are always popular.
-You can buy DVDs to perform at home.
-a doctor before starting a regime.
-How important is it to consult
-This is important if you haven't
-done any exercise for a while.
-You could build up the time spent
-walking to 30 minutes.
-You don't have to sweat
-to get a workout.
-It's best to start at a moderate
-pace if you want to lose weight.
-You can jog if you want
-but walking is also fine.
-I normally go to a class but
-I've missed the last three weeks.
-I went last night and I could feel
-that I hadn't been in a while!
-It's important to warm up and wear
-the correct trainers and clothes.
-If you're outside,
-you will need warm clothes.
-You should also keep hydrated
-and drink plenty of water.
-Some people can't get to a gym.
-If you're confined to the home,
-just move around the house.
-Get up from the chair
-and walk around.
-If you're confident to go outside,
-head to the garden.
-You can also climb the stairs.
-and I've only got five weeks to go.
-If you're pregnant,
-you should be careful.
-If you're used to working out,
-listen to your body.
-I still do exercises
-like Yoga and Pilates.
-I also walk and do some cycling.
-Swimming is a fantastic exercise
-for pregnant women...
-..as it relieves the extra weight.
-I'm due on 20 February
-so there's only five weeks left.
-I'll try not to overdo it
-After the break, Alison looks at the
-foods that will be popular in 2016.
-The fashion world always welcomes
-new trends for the new year...
-..and the same thing
-is true for food.
-Alison Huw joins us to discuss
-the popular foods for 2016.
-Welcome to the programme, Alison.
-Fashion is important
-in the food world.
-Trends come and go
-in the culinary world.
-We start with the way we serve food.
-It's thought that eating out of
-a bowl helps with portion control.
-There's different kinds of bowls
-to be had.
-You can get an energy bowl
-or a smoothie bowl.
-Grains are going to be
-I've got spelt and large cous cous
-in the bowl.
-The idea is that you create
-a healthy and balanced meal...
-..using vegetables, proteins,
-cereals and a healthy dressing.
-One of the themes
-with these bowls...
-..is that they are filled
-with healthy food.
-It's thought that serving meals
-in a bowl...
-..will be more fashionable
-..especially in the healthy
-You can buy the grains
-in various packets.
-The smaller bowls contain smoothies.
-NutriBullets are still popular.
-You can eat your smoothie
-instead of drinking it!
-Decorate the top of your smoothie...
-..with either the fruit
-or some seeds.
-The decorations add texture...
-..but also make the smoothies
-look more attractive.
-There's one with beetroot.
-It's full of vitamins and minerals.
-Eat smoothies and don't drink them.
-It's been common to try and eat
-every part of the animal...
-..in terms of its meat.
-People are trying
-to waste less food..
-..by using every part
-of the vegetable.
-This will be easier in the spring
-..when the fruit or vegetable
-I've made a pesto
-using carrot leaves.
-It's simply carrot leaves,
-..olive oil and parmesan.
-It's very similar to other pestos.
-I'd suggest that you add
-some herbs too.
-Basil is often found in pesto...
-..but you can make a pesto
-out of anything.
-are always thrown away too.
-You can eat it raw
-or cook it in a stir fry.
-It has a great flavour.
-I think it tastes better
-than the broccoli florets.
-Next, we have liquorice.
-The rise in the popularity
-..comes from our desire
-to enjoy flavours that are bitter.
-I'm not referring
-to the liquorice sweets...
-..but the liquorice root.
-You'll see a lot of ice creams
-with the liquorice root.
-Liquorice root is very cheap too.
-Avocado is popular once again.
-It's more popular to have avocado
-that is mashed.
-Many people are enjoying
-mashed avocado with poached eggs.
-Sprializers are also very popular
-at the moment.
-You can buy the vegetable strips
-in the shops now...
-..instead of having to buy
-the spiralizer itself.
-After many years
-of being told to avoid butter...
-..we're now told that butter isn't
-as bad for us as was once thought.
-has joined us in the studio.
-You've already mentioned our
-competition, Fancy A Fortune?
-You could win up to 1,000
-in Fancy A Fortune?
-I'll be setting
-the question at 7.00pm.
-Daf Wyn is in the Gwaun Valley
-..as the area celebrates
-the tradition of the Old New Year.
-The musical, Priscilla,
-Queen of the Desert...
-..has returned to
-the Millennium Centre in Cardiff.
-to one of the Welsh stars...
-..who's taking centre stage in
-Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
-I'm joined in the studio
-by Nan Lewis and Eric Jones.
-Nan and Eric
-are two of the producers...
-..behind a new production based on a
-historic character from Carmarthen.
-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.
-We meet a lady who left opera to
-teach the singers of the future.
-I was a professional opera singer
-after leaving the Royal Academy.
-I'm back in Cardiff and running
-classes for Tempo Tots Cymru.
-There's medical advice and
-Huw looks at the high street trends.
-Les Miserables Y Daith i'r Llwyfan
-follows the news and weather on S4C.
-Until tomorrow, it's
-a very good afternoon to you all.
Heddiw ar Prynhawn Da, Carys Tudor fydd yma gyda'i chyngor steil ar gyfer y cartref. Today on Prynhawn Da, we host our weekly book club and get more tips on how to make your home stylish.