Wed, 15 Nov 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 15 Nov 2017

Byddwn yn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau, cawn gyngor ffasiwn a chyngor bwyd a diod. We'll open the doors of the Book Club and also discuss fashion, food and drink.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Wednesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-It's midweek but we're also

-half way through the month, Mari.

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-Yes, and we're one step closer

-to Christmas!

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-We're not quite ready to start

-decorating for Christmas...

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-..so Elen Van Bodegom has an

-array of mustard home furnishings.

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-Bethan Mair looks back at the Wales

-Book of the Year in our Book Club.

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-We hear about the winners of some

-business awards held at the weekend.

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-Hana Medi rummages around

-a collection of blowlamps.

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-Alison Huw has money-saving tips

-for our groceries at Christmas.

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-Snuggle up with Mari and me for

-the next hour for today's programme.

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-We start the programme with Kate

-Roberts, the author from Rhosgadfan.

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-There's a new one-woman show

-about the Queen of Welsh Literature.

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-We're joined by Carys Gwilym

-who is playing the part of Kate...

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-..and Janet Aethwy,

-who is the director of the show.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-It must have been an honour

-to play a character like Kate.

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-It's a real honour

-to play Kate Roberts.

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-It's quite a challenge too.

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-I was educated at

-the Welsh school in Denbigh...

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-I was educated at

-the Welsh school in Denbigh...

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-..and Kate fought

-to have this school.

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-Why has the company

-staged a show about her now?

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-This company makes shows

-about historical characters.

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-She lived most of her life

-in Denbigh.

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-I didn't establish the company.

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-Eleri Twynog owns the company.

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-I've directed most of the shows.

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-These are shows for

-primary schools in the main.

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-This year's shows...

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-..have included Barti Ddu,

-Hedd Wyn and Taith yr Iaith.

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-The aim of the show is to educate

-the children of Wales...

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-..about the important figures

-in Welsh history.

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-The Mewn Cymeriad company

-has produced 18 shows in total.

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-These are shows for

-primary schools in the main.

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-Schools can book these shows.

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-It helps with their syllabus.

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-Kate is the first show

-for a secondary school audience.

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-It's been a great show.

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-We've had so much fun

-with this show.

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-It's been great to learn

-about this woman.

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-This show is for the community.

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-We performed in Clydach last night.

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-We're in Lampeter tonight

-and Bancffosfelen tomorrow too.

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-Kate Roberts is a complex character.

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-Was it a challenge to play her?

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-Kate tells the story

-of the young woman...

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-..who was born into poverty

-in the quarrying town of Rhosgadfan.

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-I saw her last interview.

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-She was very witty and funny too.

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-We don't know about this part

-of her character.

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-My brother remembers her shouting

-at the children in the area...

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-..when they kicked a ball

-into her garden.

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-It's only an hour-long show.

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-We don't go into every detail.

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-It skips from one period

-to the other.

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-It's isn't too deep.

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-I spend an hour

-on the stage by myself...

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-..and it's quite a challenge.

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-I have the lines.

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-It's just a matter

-of delivering them.

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-Where are you performing next?

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-We're in Lampeter tonight.

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-It's at 7.30pm.

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-I think you can buy them

-on the door.

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-Tomorrow, we're in the hall

-at Bancffosfelen.

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-We need a good audience.

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-It's important to have

-these shows and plays.

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-Yes, It's important

-to have these plays.

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-They are educational.

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-It's very interesting.

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-Dramas tell a story.

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-It's important to convey

-the emotions of a person.

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-Children tend to accept

-the story in a drama.

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-The response has been great.

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-Thank you, ladies.

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-After the break, we have a look

-at mustard home furnishings...

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-..with our resident stylist,

-Elen Van Bodegom.

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-In our Book Club, Bethan Mair chats

-about the Wales Book of the Year.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The shops are full

-of Christmas decorations...

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-..but some of us are not ready

-for all the red, gold and silver...

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-..so Elen Van Bodegom focuses

-on mustard home furnishings.

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-Welcome to the programme, Elen.

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-Thank you.

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-Christmas shades will take over

-before long.

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-There are other colour schemes

-in the shops now.

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-Yes, and there's all sorts of

-colours at the moment.

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-Grey and mustard

-is dominating the shops.

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-These are the best-sellers

-in the shops.

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-There was Christmas music

-in the shops...

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-..but there's still

-a lot of mustard and grey.

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-We start with cushions.

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-There's some mustard,

-yellow and grey here.

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-One cushion is double-sided...

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-..and is grey on one side

-and mustard on the other.

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-These are from TK Maxx,

-Dunelm and Next.

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-They are reasonably priced too.

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-There's an array of wallpaper.

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-You can cover every wall

-with the floral pattern.

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-It's 28 from Next.

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-I've also got some

-checked wallpaper.

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-I'd say that you should only

-use this as a feature wall.

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-It would be great with a fireplace.

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-We've got a lovely rug from Next.

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-It's 50.

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-Both of the rugs are the same price.

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-The other rug is 49.99

-from Dunelmn.

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-The other rug is 49.99

-from Dunelm.

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-The grey rug is quite busy...

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-..so stick to plain cushions.

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-You can add colour to the kitchen

-with an array of crockery.

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-My kitchen is a dark grey.

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-The mugs are a great price.

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-They are 2.50 each.

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-You don't have to buy a whole set...

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-..but can buy the crockery

-as separates.

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-Add these to some

-plain white plates.

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-There's also some coasters.

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-You can also introduce this colour

-into your bathroom.

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-Grey dominates the bathroom.

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-You can keep your items

-in a shelving unit.

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-Change the texture

-in your bathroom with towels.

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-The ducks are a bit of fun

-for the bathroom.

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-They are for decoration only!

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-Towels is the cheapest way to add

-this colour to the bathroom.

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-The towels are from Next.

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-You can use this colour

-in the bedroom.

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-There are also lamps.

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-You can pick up one of

-the lamps from TK Maxx...

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-..and the lampshade is from Dunelm.

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-You can get some great lamps

-for 12 and 18 from Next.

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-I think the TK Maxx lamp was 14.99.

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-They don't take up too much room.

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-There's also some bed clothes.

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-I've got some bed clothes from Next.

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-You get two single sets fro 32.

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-You get two single sets from 32.

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-I've got a lot of ideas here.

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-I've got a grey bathroom.

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-I'd add a pale green to these

-colours for Christmas.

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-There's still time for you to enter

-our autumn photography competition.

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-You could win a fantastic prize of

-either a television or an iPad.

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-Autumn is a season of falling leaves

-and is ideal for taking photographs.

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-The amazing colours

-always excite us.

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-We want your photographs of autumn

-in your garden, public park...

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-..pavement or anywhere that you

-take your mobile phone or camera.

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-Upload your photographs to our

-Facebook or Twitter accounts...

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-..or email them to

-[email protected]

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-The closing date is 30 November

-and we look forward to seeing them.

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-Get snapping

-and send us your photographs.

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-On Monday night, I was

-lucky enough to be in Cardiff...

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-..for the Wales

-Book of the Year Awards.

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-We're casting our eye over some

-of the winners in our Book Club...

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-..with Bethan Mair.

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-Would you say that it's been

-a good year for Welsh literature?

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-Yes, it's been a great year.

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-The crowning glory

-was the winner Idris Reynolds.

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-The three of us were unanimous

-in our decision...

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-..that the 2017 Wales Book of the

-Year is Cofio Dic by Idris Reynolds.

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-Winning the Creative Non-Fiction

-Award in Welsh was amazing.

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-Winning the main Welsh language

-prize was beyond my wildest dreams.

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-I think I'm still dreaming!

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-Congratulations to Idris.

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-His book received a lot of praise.

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-This book could have only been

-written by a friend of Dic's.

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-I quite agree with that.

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-There's been some great books.

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-All the winners deserve to have won.

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-It was quite unexpected

-that Idris won.

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-This is a unique book.

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-There were three books

-in that category.

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-There was the book about Gwenallt...

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-..and Menna Elfyn's book too.

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-These two books could

-have been worthy winners too.

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-Cofio Dic by Idris Reynolds

-won the Creative Non-Fiction Award.

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-Only a close friend of Dic

-could have written this book.

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-It isn't saintly!

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-It's quite critical.

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-Idris is a poet too.

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-Caryl Lewis won the Fiction Award

-for her book, Y Gwreiddyn.

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-She was totally deserving

-of the win.

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-I've praised this book a lot.

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-I think this book will last

-for many generations.

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-This is a series of short stories.

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-The other books

-on the shortlist were novels.

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-These are more than

-just individual stories.

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-They are linked.

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-Caryl is part of her community.

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-You find this in a book.

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-Caryl can describe a character

-in one line!

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-She's the new Queen of Welsh

-Literature.

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-You consider her

-as the new Kate Roberts.

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-The Poetry Award went to Aneirin

-Karadog for his book, Bylchau.

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-There's a great quote

-at the start of the book.

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-It talks about a poet.

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-It's about the life of a poet.

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-He's talking about

-resurrecting himself as a poet.

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-The book is about all the people

-Aneirin Karadog has lost.

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-It praises all those people

-who have influenced him.

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-Aneirin is very interesting.

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-This book gives you a taster

-of the man himself.

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-The Welsh Language

-People's Choice Award...

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-..went to the novel, Ymbyledredd

-by Guto Dafydd.

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-I think this book

-has been the most read.

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-It won at the Eisteddfod last year.

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-These awards

-are very late in the year.

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-It's a deserving winner.

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-Pantywennol was my favourite!

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-Alys Conran won the Rhys Davies

-Trust Fiction Award...

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-..for her novel, Pigeon.

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-Sian Northey

-translated the book into Welsh.

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-Both versions are worth a read.

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-The Wales Book of the Year

-is going to happen next year.

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-I think Literature Wales should host

-the awards earlier in the year.

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-There's still plenty to come

-on Prynhawn Da in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-In a moment, our series on our

-viewers' collections continues...

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-..and today's collection

-is quite unusual.

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-Blowlamps are very useful

-and today's collector loves them!

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-Join me later to see this incredible

-collection and learn more about it.

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-Alison Huw has money-saving tips

-for our groceries this Christmas.

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-Last weekend saw the first bilingual

-Carmarthen Town Business Awards.

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-The awards were held at Yr Atom

-in Carmarthen.

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-It was a very successful night...

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-..that celebrated bilingualism

-in the oldest town in Wales.

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-The celebrations continue today...

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-..with the manager of Yr Atom,

-Angharad Harding...

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-..and Janet Collins

-who was one of the winners.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Tell us more about the awards.

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-Yr Atom promotes bilingualism

-in the town.

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-There was a need to celebrate

-the successes of the old, new...

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-..and current businesses

-in the town of Carmarthen.

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-The Welsh language is apparent

-when you enter these businesses.

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-The categories included hospitality,

-independent, professional...

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-..market trader, charity, retail,

-young entrepreneur...

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-..night-time economy,

-innovation and overall winner.

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-There were 10 categories in total.

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-There was also the overall winner.

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-I work for LHP Accountants

-in Carmarthen.

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-LHP in Carmarthen won the Overall

-Winner and Professional categories.

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-Our pamphlets are bilingual

-and we take calls in both languages.

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-Most of our staff speak Welsh.

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-It's important that we speak Welsh

-in the workplace.

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-Our customers prefer that we speak

-Welsh.

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-Who were the judges and

-how did you judge?

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-Sponsors included those from

-the public and private sector.

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-They were on the judging panel.

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-It was quite a glamorous event.

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-The ceremony was held

-at the local football club...

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-..because of the numbers.

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-Marc Griffiths was the host.

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-What's your advice for companies?

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-LHP is one of the first winners

-of this award.

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-We will continue to speak Welsh

-in the workplace.

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-We want to keep the language alive

-and influence other local companies.

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-You can make people feel at home

-when speaking Welsh to them.

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-It's important to start

-every conversation in Welsh.

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-If you start the conversation

-in Welsh...

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-..they will reply

-in the Welsh language.

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-I've worked at Yr Atom

-for ten months.

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-The job is going great

-and there's plenty of challenges.

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-Yr Atom is a hive of activity.

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-It's chance for people to come here

-and speak the Welsh language.

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-Our series on collections continues.

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-Today, Hana visits

-an incredible garage in Ceredigion.

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-The walls of Hywel Thomas' garage

-are full of history.

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-His collection of blowlamps

-dates back to 1950.

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-How did you start

-collecting these blowlamps?

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-I happened to visit the

-Great Dorset Steam Fair near Bath.

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-They had blowlamps and I'm a painter

-and used some in work.

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-I learnt that there was a society

-and that's how it all started.

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-Your collection has grown a lot

-since that day.

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-Yes, I've got 300.

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-You've got all kinds.

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-Yes, and they suit different tasks.

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-You have some to warm the injections

-given by doctors.

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-Jewellers use them to make watches,

-painters have them to burn paint...

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-..and plumbers also use them to seal

-pipes so blowlamps are important.

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-The lamps are from around the world

-such as Sweden, Belgium and Germany.

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-However, some are a total mystery.

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-There's been many occasions

-when I've been in Llandysul...

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-..and returned to find a blowlamp

-on the doorstep!

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-They are gifts for you.

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-Yes, and I had one last week

-and still don't know who left it.

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-Which is your favourite?

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-My favourite is the Glynwinna lamp

-from Swansea.

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-It's driven by petrol

-and has a pipe on the side.

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-During the war,

-there were factories in Swansea...

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-..and they had large blowlamps

-that were used by the women.

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-The Glynwinna lamp was made in

-Swansea and that's my favourite.

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-It was a difficult period

-in Swansea's history.

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-Yes, as it was bombed and a lot

-of the blowlamps were destroyed.

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-It's a special one

-and the king of blowlamps for me.

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-Which was your first?

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-The Reliance blowlamp.

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-It's cast brass and not real brass

-so is heavy and quite a favourite.

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-Is there still one

-that you haven't got?

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-Yes, and it's shaped like a ball.

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-There's four in total and I've got

-one but I want the complete set.

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-A Samaritan might pass one day

-to help me.

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-You might find one on the doorstep

-next week!

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-Why do you collect blowlamps

-and what is so special about them?

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-It was part of my job and I've used

-them for 60 years with the council.

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-I think I was raised with blowlamps!

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-What have you got to give me

-before I leave?

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-It's Brasso as you promised

-to clean these for me.

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-I've got a bottle of it for you.

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-I'll be here for hours.

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-I'll be here for hours.

-

-No, weeks!

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-Welcome back.

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-There's only 40 days

-until Christmas.

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-It's a difficult time

-for the purse strings...

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-..but you can save money

-between now and Christmas.

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-Alison Huw has some

-money-saving tips for us.

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-Welcome to the programme, Alison.

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-Marketing companies condition us

-to spend more than you need.

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-Many shops sell festive food items

-at discount prices in November...

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-..and hike the prices back up

-in December.

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-Make a list of the basics

-you need in your cupboard.

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-Basics include tea, coffee, sugar,

-cranberry sauces, mustard and so on.

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-Buy basic items in bulk

-such as foil and greaseproof paper.

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-There are three for the price of one

-with chutneys and pickles now...

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-..at popular branded supermarkets.

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-The same applies with other items

-such as stock cubes.

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-Search the newspapers

-to find the bargains.

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-You can save money and enjoy the

-festivities without being stressed.

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-You can save money

-by not wasting food.

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-Set yourself a challenge of being

-innovative with any surplus food.

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-Use the rest of November

-to eat the freezer's contents...

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-..to save money and avoid waste

-and make space for Christmas food.

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-Now is the time to start eating

-healthy and avoid wasting food.

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-This will prepare us

-for the indulgence over Christmas.

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-Try to be frugal.

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-It's important to do your homework.

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-Read review and taster panels

-in a magazines and newspapers.

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-Let the experts

-do the hard work for you...

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-..to stop you wasting money

-on second-rate products.

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-The most expensive products are

-not necessarily the most delicious.

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-Aldi, Lidl and Asda

-can offer cheaper prices...

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-..but the food is just as nice.

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-Take a flick through the magazines

-for advice and tips...

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-..and they will help save

-your pennies.

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-Start preparing your Christmas cake

-or dessert now.

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-It gives the chance for the food

-to mature and enhance in flavour.

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-Feed the Christmas cake

-with some brandy over the weeks.

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-I said that I was going

-to start making a Christmas cake!

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-There's still plenty of time

-to make one.

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-Sacrifice your regular treats

-and save the money for Christmas.

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-If you save a 1 or two a day,

-you'll save over 50 by Christmas.

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-Don't buy those sweet treats

-for six weeks.

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-Don't buy coffee or crisps every day

-to save money.

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-Make a flask of coffee instead.

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-You may want give

-a food hamper as a gift.

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-It's cheaper to make your own hamper

-rather than a shop-bought hamper.

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-Choose a theme and pick up

-a few items over the weeks.

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-Keep an eye on the amount

-you spend on your hampers.

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-Rhodri Owen from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-I won't be buying

-my daily coffee now!

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-I have started eating mince pies

-though!

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-My guest in the studio is the actor,

-Aled Pugh.

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-Aled Pugh chats about his role in

-a new horror film called Canaries.

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-Canaries is being shown next week

-at the Abertoir Festival...

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-..which is the International

-Horror Festival of Wales.

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-Llinos Lee is live at

-the Millennium Centre in Cardiff...

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-..to chat with the cast and crew

-behind a new production...

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-..called Tiger Bay The Musical.

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-We also meet Aled Hughes who is

-raising money for Children in Need.

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-Rhodri Gomer chats with the

-Carmarthen cyclist, Scott Davies.

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-Scott is part of the Wiggins team.

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-Join me when we hope to give away

-1,000 in Fancy A Fortune?

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-Our jackpot of 1,000

-has got to be won by someone!

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-Aled Pugh has the honour of spinning

-our wheel in Fancy A Fortune?

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-I haven't made

-my Christmas cake too!

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns at 2.00pm tomorrow.

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-We hear some incredible stories

-about premature births.

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-Alwyn Humphreys

-also joins us on the sofa.

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-Ar y Lein

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow,

-a very good afternoon to you all.

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Byddwn yn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau, cawn gyngor ffasiwn a chyngor bwyd a diod. We'll open the doors of the Book Club and also discuss fashion, food and drink.


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