Wed, 16 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 16 Dec 2015

Huw Fash fydd yn agor drysau'r Cwpwrdd Ffasiwn a bydd y Clwb Llyfrau yn trafod cyfrol arall. The weekly book club, festive food and drink and a look at Christmas fashions.


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli

-for today's edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-You could win one of these prizes in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-We'll give you the question shortly

-but call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Get dialling now!

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-Our series on charity work

-at Christmas continues today...

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-..with Adrian Morgan

-from the Salvation Army.

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-What delights have you got

-for us today, Huw?

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-It's all about the boys.

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-Today, we'll adapt your work suit

-for an after-work party.

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-We're joined by Bethan Wyn Evans

-in our Book Club...

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-..for children's books

-that make for ideal gifts.

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-Alison Huw has a kitchen full of

-cheese to see you through Christmas!

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-There's plenty of Christmas tips

-over the next 50 minutes...

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-..so join Sian and me

-for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-There's still plenty to win in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-We've got something

-to please everybody.

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-You can enter by calling

-08443 35 12 44.

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-The actress, Lisa Victoria

-has today's all-important question.

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-Who is the angel in the Nativity?

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-1) Gabriel, 2) Geraint or 3) Gladys?

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-Merry Christmas everyone!

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-Thank you, Lisa.

-Here's that question for you again.

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-Who is the angel in the Nativity?

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-1) Gabriel, 2) Geraint or 3) Gladys?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck and get dialling now!

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-Whilst we're all home enjoying

-our Christmas lunch next week...

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-..Adrian Morgan and his wife

-from the Salvation Army...

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-..will roast a turkey and trimmings

-for the needy in Llanelli.

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-They have been doing this

-for many years.

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-Welcome to the programme, Adrian.

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-Thank you

-and a Merry Christmas to you all!

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-And the same to you too.

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-Describe a typical Christmas Day

-for you, Adrian.

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-It starts with a 30-minute service

-at 9.30am...

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-..and then... Wow!

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-It's take off which is quite apt

-for the events this week.

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-Everything

-will be prepared beforehand.

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-We've got a team

-who prepares the vegetables.

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-All we have to do

-is turn a switch on the cookers.

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-And lunch will be ready.

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-It isn't quite ready

-but it's being cooked.

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-How many are you expecting and

-who will eat your fantastic dinner?

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-This year, there's only 20 people

-on the list at the moment.

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-If anyone in Llanelli

-is feeling lonely over Christmas...

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-..even a husband and wife who's

-children have flown the nest...

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-..they are welcome to join us.

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-Call us on 775 278

-or contact us via Tinopolis.

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-Call us and don't be

-by yourself over Christmas.

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-Details of the website

-have been on your screen.

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-If someone can't get to you,

-do you offer a taxi service?

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-Yes, we have a team

-who can collect you...

- take you home

-later in the afternoon.

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-They can spend

-the afternoon socializing.

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-Yes, and some entertainment.

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-It takes a lot of time

-to prepare for such a special day.

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-You rely on other people

-for various donations.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-We get a lot of help

-and people are very generous...

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-..and get into the true spirit

-of Christmas.

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-We're given food and have donations

-towards the Christmas dinner.

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-Nobody has to pay for this dinner

-as it's for free...

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-..but people are welcome

-to make a donation.

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-We don't ask for anything

-as this is community-based.

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-You've been doing this

-for a number of years, Adrian.

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-If my memory serves me well,

-then this is my 24th year.

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-Earlier, you told us of an incident

-when the oven broke...

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-..and you had to take the parsnips

-home to cook.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-It was about two years ago

-at 11.00am...

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-..and we noticed that nothing

-was happening to the parsnips.

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-The oven was broken.

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-I put them in the car boot, took

-them home to cook for an hour...

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-..and brought them back

-and people were none the wiser.

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-I was like a swan - calm on the

-surface but paddling underneath.

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-You're also very grateful for

-the donations of a specific school.

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-Yes, we have a Christmas dinner but

-also distribute hampers of food...

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-..and a number of gifts.

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-Bryngwyn Comprehensive School

-is excellent to us.

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-They raise money

-throughout the year.

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-At Christmas,

-they go shopping to buy presents.

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-Yesterday,

-we had a van full of presents.

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-We can see images of the gifts

-and there's a whole host of them.

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-Yes, and that's why we need a van.

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-At one time, we collected them

-in cars but we're a bit wiser now.

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-Who gets these presents?

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-We don't know any names but

-are told of the family network...

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-..the father, mother,

-age and sex of the children.

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-The health workers collect the gifts

-and deliver them...

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-..so the families

-retain their anonymity.

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-I'm sure there's an incredible

-atmosphere on Christmas Day.

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-Yes, we have a lot of fun.

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-Let me tell you a story

-about some of the people.

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-Two ladies who live about 100 yards

-from each other...

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-..barely exchanged a few greetings

-during the year...

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-..but they sat together one

-Christmas and are lifelong friends.

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-They didn't know each other before

-that time despite being neighbours.

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-Can you put your feet up after

-you've served dinner and washed up?

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-Yes, I put my feet up.

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-Do you cook another turkey

-when you get home?

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-No, I'll have dinner

-after we've served our guests...

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-..and we sit amongst them.

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-There's room for people to join you

-if they are alone at Christmas.

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-Merry Christmas to you, Adrian

-and everyone in the Salvation Army.

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-Thank you very much.

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-And to you too.

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-There's only a few schools left

-in our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-All the carols have been incredible

-so far.

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-Today, we venture to Ammanford

-for the carol from Ysgol Bro Banw.

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-We're Ysgol Bro Banw in Ammanford.

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-Our carol is about decorating the

-Christmas tree and making the food.

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-Our altos and sopranos sound perfect

-and we've had a lot of fun.

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-Merry Christmas!

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-# The time has come

-to celebrate the festival

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-# Full of joy and excitement

-and a handful of fun

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-# We celebrate his birth,

-our Lord God

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-# We'll spread the Good News

-over every mountain and sea

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-# We'll sing our song

-and bring Wales together

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-# And share our excitement

-with the four corners of the globe

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-# We'll hold our hands

-for the biggest miracle

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-# And thank the Lord

-for the birth of Jesus Christ

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-# We'll light up the streets

-and decorate our trees

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-# And stuff the turkey,

-the biggest in the world

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-# We'll prepare our concert

-and learn every word

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-# I really hope that I can play Mary

-this year

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-# We'll sing our song

-and bring Wales together

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-# And share our excitement

-with the four corners of the globe

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-# We'll hold our hands

-for the biggest miracle

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-# And thank the Lord

-for the birth of Jesus Christ

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-# I've behaved throughout the year

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-# I'm hopeful

-that Father Christmas will call

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-# We'll put carrots,

-mince pies and wine ready

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-# It's no surprise

-that he has a large belly

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-# We'll sing our song

-and bring Wales together

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-# And share our excitement

-with the four corners of the globe

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-# We'll hold our hands

-for the biggest miracle

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-# And thank the Lord

-for the birth of Jesus Christ

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-# We'll sing our song

-and bring Wales together

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-# And share our excitement

-with the four corners of the globe

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-# We'll hold our hands

-for the biggest miracle

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-# And thank the Lord

-for the birth of Jesus Christ

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-# And thank the Lord

-for the birth of Jesus Christ #

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-Yeah!

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-Yeah! They were having a lot of fun.

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-Our thanks to Ysgol Bro Banw

-in Ammanford.

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-There's still 20 minutes to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-This is the question for you.

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-Who is the angel in the Nativity?

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-1) Gabriel, 2) Geraint or 3) Gladys?

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44.

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-After the break, Huw joins us

-with fashion tips for the boys.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Did you enter our Christmas Cracker

-competition during the break?

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-There's still time for you to enter

-and win prizes from these crackers.

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-The number to call

-is 08443 35 12 44.

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-Here's Lisa Victoria

-with the question again.

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-Who is the angel in the Nativity?

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-1) Gabriel, 2) Geraint or 3) Gladys?

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-Merry Christmas everyone!

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-Here's the question again.

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-Who is the angel in the Nativity?

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-1) Gabriel, 2) Geraint or 3) Gladys?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck and get dialling now!

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-Huw opens his fashion wardrobe

-to focus on the boys today.

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-The boys don't have half

-as much attention...

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-..as our girls on Prynhawn Da!

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-I completely agree with you!

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-Our male models are fresh out of

-college and want to make a few quid.

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-Most festive parties have happened

-or you'll have chosen an outfit...

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-..but some people enjoy

-a social drink after work.

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-Rhodri and I never do that.

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-You might move on to somewhere else

-and meet up with friends.

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-Here's Ben on his way

-to work this morning.

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-He looks very dapper in a simple

-blue suit teamed with a white shirt.

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-Ben has joined us now.

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-He's changed his look with a blue

-shirt that he carried in his bag.

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-His shoes are more casual

-than his office loafers.

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-We've got the same colour theme.

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-They're blue suede shoes!

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-I've lost track now!

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-We've kept to a single palette

-to create a stylish, catwalk look.

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-Simply swap your smart,

-classic work shoes.

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-Pack a casual pair of shoes

-along with a blue shirt and tie.

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-Those shoes certainly

-make a difference to the look.

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-Ben will remove

-his suit jacket for us.

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-He's swapping it for a waistcoat.

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-You may have worn a waistcoat

-under your suit jacket at work.

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-Leave the jacket at the office and

-head out with just the waistcoat.

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-This can change the look completely.

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-But removing the tie

-will make a massive difference.

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-This happens

-at the end of the night.

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-This is the first time for me

-to remove someone else's tie.

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-We've opted for a bow-tie

-instead of tie.

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-They were fashionable two years ago

-among quirky, geeky individuals.

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-Towyn would always wear one

-with style and flare.

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-I'll clip on the bow tie.

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-Ben isn't being paid enough

-to be choked!

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-A bow tie is easy to clip on.

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-This waistcoat also comes

-with a handkerchief pocket.

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-Let's slip off the waistcoat.

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-You can also wear the blue shirt

-to work instead of the white one.

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-If you've worn a waistcoat to work

-you can change it for another one.

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-This makes a difference again.

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-It's so easy for boys.

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-All you only have to do is make

-minor amendments to your look.

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-You could team it with a coat.

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-It's got a lovely blue stripe.

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-I've tried to stick to one tone

-of colour with these garments.

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-Blue and black work great together

-if you want to create a slick look.

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-You may not want to wear a jacket

-and opt for a blanket scarf.

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-It's a thick, large scarf

-and ladies use them as pashminas.

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-I won't do this on Ben

-so I will double it up.

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-It's too small to do this

-so we'll tie it up.

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-When you step out of the nightclub,

-you'll be nice and warm.

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-It's an easy look to create.

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-I've shown you different options

-but you only opt for one of them.

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-You could take the waistcoat but

-the scarf may already be in work.

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-You don't have to make big changes

-- just keep it small and simple.

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-It's easy for men to do this.

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-But ladies can take a dress

-and shoes in a bag.

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-Men often have to change their look

-with a new jacket, shirt and tie...

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-..which can be quite a bother.

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-We're going to do one last change.

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-You can also wear a black shirt

-instead of a blue shirt.

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-Black and dark blue

-create a sophisticated look.

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-Italian men

-wear a lot of dark tones.

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-We tend to match grey with black

-and tan with blue.

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-I've noticed that these shirts

-are a fitted style.

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-This shirt is a medium size

-so the small must be very fitting.

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-I wouldn't try the extra-large

-- they are figure-hugging.

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-A shirt like this wouldn't suit

-someone who is my body shape.

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-There are tucks in the shirt to

-create a better fit with suits.

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-People with slim figures

-would wear these fitted shirts.

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-Let's remove the dickie-bow.

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-Open the top button of the shirt.

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-Remove the tie

-and slip on a leather jacket.

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-That's a smart look.

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-You can pack a leather jacket

-in a bag and it won't crease too.

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-Those men who carry a man-bag

-or a large case...

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-..can fit everything

-I've shown you today in them.

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-This is a faux leather jacket

-but you can't tell the difference.

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-It's a quarter of the price

-of a real leather jacket.

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-You've given us

-plenty of inspiration.

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-Thank you, Huw.

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-You only have a few minutes to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Get dialling now

-as today could be your lucky day.

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-After the break, we're joined

-by a mother of two young children.

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-She's been looking at a collection

-of children's books for Christmas.

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-We also hear of a new oratorio

-about the birth of Jesus in Welsh...

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-..that premieres in Llanelli

-tomorrow night.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-They claim that Christmas

-is a holiday for children.

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-I think it applies to all of us but

-it's an exciting time for children.

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-In today's Book Club,

-we focus on children's books.

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-Let's welcome Bethan Wyn Evans.

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-It's great to see you.

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-You're a mother of two children

-so you know what appeals to them.

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-I hope so, as I buy these genre

-of books for my little ones.

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-They also make great gifts if you

-are unsure of a child's interests.

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-A book makes an ideal gift.

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-There's also an abundance

-of Welsh children's books.

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-Yes, and the standard is excellent.

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-We've got a collection of reads

-that are hot off the press.

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-We start with the Christmas books

-which are always a welcomed gift.

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-Storiau'r Nadolig is delightful

-for any infant child.

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-A ten-month-old child can follow

-this wonderfully colourful book.

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-It's also a simple read

-for when your child is literate.

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-There's a trail to follow

-and doors to open on the pages.

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-It involves a lot of interaction.

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-It's great to read these books

-in the run up to Christmas Day.

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-I've purchased a few books for my

-children to enjoy on Christmas Eve.

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-Do you say Father Christmas

-or Santa Claus?

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-We call him Father Christmas.

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-Many people prefer Santa Claus.

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-A brother and sister

-feature in Ceri Wyn Jones's story.

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-They argue over who is coming to the

-house - Father Christmas or Santa.

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-They wonder who will come

-and is there more than one of them.

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-They find out on Christmas Morning

-who has paid a visit.

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-Anni Llyn has penned

-the next Cyw book in the series.

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-Things don't go to plan for Cyw

-and his friends on Christmas Eve.

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-Again, it's a colourful book

-that will appeal to infants.

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-We move on to older children

-with another eye-catching read.

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-It's features the wonderful story

-of Miri y Dylwythen Deg.

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-It's a simple read with clear words

-so it can encourage a child to read.

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-Your child can also create a puppet

-of the characters at the end of it.

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-This could be their reward

-for reading the entire book.

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-You get your money's worth

-for a reasonable 5.99.

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-Welsh children's book are just as

-good as English language books.

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-Definitely, if not better.

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-Mae Bwystfil yn fy Oergell

-is another favourite.

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-The book in the middle is an

-adaptation with something extra.

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-You read one page without realizing

-there's another page in the middle.

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-It's a great story

-but it's got that added extra.

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-You can see the different sections.

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-Yes, the fridge door

-opens in front of you.

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-There aren't many words in it, so

-it'll suit those who can't read yet.

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-Children are able to spot so many

-things in a book's illustrations.

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-The illustrations are exceptional.

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-David Walliams is a popular

-English children's author.

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-The First Hippo on the Moon

-has been translated into Welsh.

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-It's a bilingual book so it's great

-for bilingual families and learners.

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-The characters are brilliant

-and it's certainly made me chuckle.

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-Lucy speaks English

-and I speak Welsh...

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-..so David Walliams's books

-are a favourite in our house.

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-My son loves reading them.

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-It's about a rich hippo and poor

-hippo who want to reach the moon.

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-The characters are delightful and

-the illustrations are fantastic.

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-The contents and illustrations

-in these books are very appealing.

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-Pedair Cainc Y Mabinogi is for older

-children and also a keep-sake book.

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-This book would've come

-in handy for me at school!

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-These 800-year-old tales

-have been adapted by Sian Lewis.

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-There's an introduction

-for each character...

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-..and a map to indicate where

-these events took place in Wales.

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-It's simple to follow and a great

-introduction to the Mabinogi tales.

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-For 9.99, they'll treasure it

-and refer to again in the future.

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-Penillion y Plant is by T Llew Jones

-who was a poet as well as an author.

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-It includes a lot of classics

-and favourites...

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-..and it's a great way

-to introduce children to poetry.

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-Our collection of final books

-were a favourite of mine as a child.

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-They've simplified the stories now.

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-Pump Prysur or The Famous Five are

-a simpler read and very colourful.

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-Parents will know these stories and

-can pass them on to their children.

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-They're captivating in every sense

-but T Llew's novels are fantastic.

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-There's mystery and adventure

-- what more do you want?

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-What a great collection of books.

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-Thank you, Beth.

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-Tomorrow night

-at Llanelli's Moriah Chapel...

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-..pupils and friends

-of Ysgol y Strade...

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-..perform a new oratorio in Welsh

-called Seren Bethlehem.

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-Our cameras were present

-at the final rehearsals.

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-One, two, three...

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-THEY SING

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-This is a brand-new repertoire

-and it's called Seren Bethlehem.

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-Emlyn Dole are written the script

-and I've composed the music score.

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-The entire piece

-runs for about 40 minutes.

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-It focuses on the Nativity

-which is an important story to tell.

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-It'll be performed

-by Lleisiau'r Strade choir.

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-All the choirs are associated

-with Ysgol y Strade school...

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-..along with Cor SATB

-and a children's choir.

0:29:540:29:57

-Guest soloists, Catrin Hughes

-and Eifion Davies...

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-..will be accompanied by

-an orchestra.

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-It's a combination of readings

-and short pieces of music...

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-..that explain a clear message

-of the Christmas story.

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-# Bright star in Heaven #

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-It's great to return

-and be part of the chorus.

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-You're singing with everyone

-and get to hear everyone perform.

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-# Look at us roam the world #

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-We've rehearsed every night

-after school for weeks.

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-It'll be great on the night

-to hear the work in all its glory.

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-# Bright star in Heaven! #

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-It sounds fantastic

-and it starts at 7.00pm tomorrow.

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-Good luck to you all.

0:31:080:31:09

-It's time to tell you what's

-on tonight's edition of Heno.

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-Dafydd Iwan discusses his new book

-with Elin in the studio.

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-We enjoy a Christmas carol from the

-father and son duo, Dylan a Neil.

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-Yvonne's also in Aberystwyth to

-welcome some refugees from Syria.

0:31:200:31:24

-Join Elin Fflur at 7.00pm.

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-After the break, we call a viewer in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Don't forget to answer and say

-the words, "Christmas Cracker!"

0:31:330:31:39

-Alison Huw also looks at a selection

-of cheeses to enjoy this Christmas.

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-See you in a few minutes.

0:31:430:31:46

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-Today, we have

-a mobile telephone number.

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-If your phone rings, answer it

-by saying, "Christmas Cracker!"

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-Today, we have

-a mobile telephone number.

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-It's ringing.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Sian and Rhodri

-from S4C's Prynhawn Da.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Susan James.

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-Where are you calling from?

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-I'm in Lampeter.

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-What's the weather like?

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-It's quite dull here at the moment.

0:33:060:33:09

-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 34.

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-I'll have number 12.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-What do you fancy?

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-I'd like the kitchen aid.

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-I can't find it.

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-Thank you very much.

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-It's not what you wanted though!

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-Merry Christmas to you.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-A donation will me made to the

-Ty Gobaith children's hospice.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-A very Merry Christmas to you!

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-We've got an event to announce.

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-A whist drive is held at Talybont in

-the memorial hall at 8.00pm tonight.

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-Winners receive amazing prizes

-and there's a fantastic raffle.

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-Over Christmas, family and friends

-will meet and eat!

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-Wine and cheese

-is always a popular combination.

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-I'm already excited

-by the thought of it!

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-Alison Huw joins us to tell us

-exactly what we should share.

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-Welcome to the programme, Alison.

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-Thank you.

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-We are discussing cheese.

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-At Christmas, people

-tend to eat a lot of cheese...

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-..and not worry about the calories.

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-There are so many cheeses available.

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-Shops often have a cheese board

-of their own.

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-Many of the cheeses go to waste.

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-I tend to stick

-to the following guideline...

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-..when it comes to serving cheese.

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-I'll have one of my favourites,

-one new cheese...

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-..one blue cheese

-and one goat's cheese.

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-Those are the four

-that you should have.

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-Hard cheese can dry out

-whilst soft cheese can get mouldy.

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-It's important

-to store cheese correctly.

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-Remove cheese

-from its plastic packaging...

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-..and wrap it in either

-greaseproof paper or foil.

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-It's important

-to remove cheese from the fridge...

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-..a few hours

-before its consumption...

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-..to enjoy the best flavour.

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-Fridges can ruin the flavour

-of a cheese.

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-I've got the Hafod hard cheese.

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-There's a Caerphilly cheese.

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-We've also got the Perl Las

-blue cheese.

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-There's also a goat's cheese.

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-Cheese boards are often served

-on a piece of wood or slate.

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-People traditionally

-serve grapes with cheese...

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-..but they can be too acidic.

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-Opt for nuts and dried fruit

-such as dates or figs.

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-Pickled walnuts

-are great with stilton.

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-There's an array of breads

-and biscuits to be had.

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-That's a traditional cheese board.

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-What about the next one?

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-I found some cheeses that I've never

-seen before.

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-There's a cheese that's mixed with

-some chutney.

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-I've also got a cheese that's

-wrapped in gold.

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-I don't know what it tastes like!

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-Fresh dates are great with cheese.

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-Cheese isn't just something that

-is ideal at the end of a meal...

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-..but it can be a meal in itself.

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-In terms of soft cheeses...

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-..the most popular

-are either brie or camembert.

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-Camembert is a popular soft cheese

-in France at Christmas.

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-Soft cheeses could be baked

-and served with potatoes...

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-..or pieces of smoked duck

-in a fondue style.

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-You can buy breads to tear

-and share...

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-..and bake for yourself.

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-Cheese is also great as a starter.

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-The goat's cheese is wonderful

-for vegetarians.

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-You can bake it and serve it

-with some nuts...

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-..and some baked pears.

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-It's the sweet and the sour.

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-There's the camembert

-in breadcrumbs.

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-It's very popular.

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-It's important

-to remove cheese from the fridge...

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-..a few hours

-before its consumption...

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-..to enjoy the best flavour.

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-That's it from us today.

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-We return tomorrow with two carols

-in our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-There's a programme tonight about

-our Christmas Carol Competition.

0:41:240:41:32

-Highlights of the Winter Fair

-follow the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Huw Fash fydd yn agor drysau'r Cwpwrdd Ffasiwn a bydd y Clwb Llyfrau yn trafod cyfrol arall. The weekly book club, festive food and drink and a look at Christmas fashions.


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