Wed, 17 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 17 Feb 2016

Huw Fash a'r criw fydd yn rhoi gweddnewidiad i wyliwr lwcus iawn. Alison Huw fydd yma gyda'i chyngor bwyd a diod. Alison Huw will be joining us to advise us on food and drink.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-midweek edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-You look great, Sian.

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-So do you, Rhodri.

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-Today is

-Random Acts of Kindness Day.

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-This means being nice to someone

-when they don't expect it.

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-Are you going to say what's next?

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-No, you can say.

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-You can do it.

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-Heledd is on the trail of spring

-snowdrops at Aberglasney Gardens.

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-Ukuleles are very popular

-at the moment.

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-Dafydd Roberts is here to discuss

-a new Welsh website for the ukulele.

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-We open the covers of our Book Club

-with the tenor, Dafydd Edwards.

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-He discusses his autobiography,

-Blas Y Bryniau.

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-Angel Delight, Arctic Roll and Smash

-are foods that are popular again.

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-Alison Huw is here

-to explain further.

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-Stay tuned to us over the next

-50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-We start today by meeting

-our lucky makeover recipient.

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-Meleri Brown is being pampered

-by Huw Rees and his team.

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-We welcome Meleri and her daughters,

-Sara and Cerys.

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-We've got a sofa full.

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-Tell us more about yourself.

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-We're from Llanpumsaint.

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-I work as a teaching assistant

-at Ysgol Cynwyl Elfed.

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-This week, we have half term.

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-We have a lot of work to do

-this week on the farm.

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-My husband is a farmer and we're

-all very busy with lambing season.

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-We've had 90 lambs already.

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-We'll continue lambing until April.

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-Meleri's got a special birthday

-coming up.

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-You were born on 29 February.

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-On the 29 February, I will be

-celebrating my 40th birthday.

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-However, as it's a leap year,

-I will only be 10!

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-I only get to celebrate

-my birthday every four years.

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-However, I celebrate every 1 March.

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-Do you understand the leap year?

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-We don't understand

-much about the leap year.

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-If we didn't have a leap year,

-we would leave six days a year.

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-It stems back to the Roman Times.

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-Are you celebrating

-your mother's birthday?

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-We don't usually have time

-to celebrate Mam's birthday.

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-However, we try and treat her.

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-You celebrated your birthday

-on the television years ago.

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-When I was eight years old,

-I was on the Bilidowcar programme.

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-We had a tea party.

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-If I remember,

-we also had Jessica and Elin.

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-We all celebrate our birthday

-on the 29 February.

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-What's your mother like

-with fashion?

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-We have to remind her

-what to wear to look fashionable.

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-What would you like her to wear?

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-I'd like to see Mam

-in a fashionable outfit.

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-I'm happy to wear anything.

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-Do you like her hair?

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-I like Mam's haircut.

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-Are you ready to don a bikini?!

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-I wasn't happy to

-hear that it was Bikini Week!

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-Enjoy your day with us.

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-A snowdrop in bloom is a sure sign

-that winter has given way to spring.

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-Heledd's been to Aberglasney

-to admire various snowdrops.

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-The snowdrop is my favourite flower.

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-It's a beautiful flower

-with a delicate exterior...

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-..but can withstand

-the harsh winter conditions.

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-Aberglasney Gardens is the perfect

-location to find out more about it.

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-Why do snowdrops blossom

-during the winter months?

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-This flower differs to others as it

-blooms at the same time every year.

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-Daffodils blossom much later

-if the spring is cold.

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-Snowdrops are great

-and you'll see them every February.

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-Many people are fans of snowdrops.

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-Collecting snowdrops

-has turned into a craze.

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-There are many types of snowdrops,

-but people want the rare ones.

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-The rare snowdrops

-will look similar to us...

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-..but the difference

-lies inside the flower.

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-Rare species differ

-in colour and shape inside.

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-Some people will splash out 100

-for a single rare bulb.

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-Shall we admire the rare

-snowdrops of Aberglasney?

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-We're in for a long walk.

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-We don't have search far

-before finding some snowdrops.

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-I need some advice as I've always

-wanted snowdrops in my garden.

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-Snowdrops will grow anywhere easily.

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-You don't need to worry about

-special soil, shelter or sunlight.

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-All you need to do is plant them

-and they will grow.

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-You could plant them in compost

-which will improve their growth.

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-If you leave them,

-they'll grow every year.

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-You have to be certain when you

-plant these stubborn snowdrops.

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-Snowdrops can last

-for hundreds of years.

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-If you see them in a forest...

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-..it's likely they've been there

-for just as long as the trees.

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-You'll usually find a section...

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-..where the snowdrops have been

-there longer than the oak trees.

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-How do you scatter them?

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-Wait until the flowers fall back

-and there's an area of green...

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-..before removing a section

-and planting it in another area.

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-This section will continue

-to grow at a yearly basis.

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-In a few years, you'll have

-a garden full of snowdrops.

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-Aberglasney Gardens also have

-a variety of different species.

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-These are very special

-as they contain galanthamine.

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-Galanthamine assists with

-the treatment of Alzheimer's.

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-This flower is simple,

-but is also very important.

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-These wonderful flowers

-are also medicinal but inedible.

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-You have to look carefully

-to see how the blooms differ.

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-These are a great example as they

-look like an average snowdrop...

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-..but inside they have

-double the amount of petals.

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-These snowdrops aren't as small!

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-No, they're slightly larger.

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-All you need for a lawn-full of

-snowdrops is a pot containing one.

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-It shouldn't be difficult

-to find a place to plant it!

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-By this time next year,

-this area will be full of snowdrops.

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-The snowdrops look beautiful.

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-After the break...

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-..Dafydd Roberts tells us of a new

-Welsh website for ukulele players.

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-Welcome back.

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-The ukulele is popular once again.

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-Many of us know of George Formby's

-My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock.

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-Dafydd Roberts is familiar

-among football fanatics...

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-..and has rediscovered the ukulele

-and urges people to start playing.

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-Dafydd joins us to explain more.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-When did the interest start?

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-I started playing the ukulele

-after playing a guitar in a band.

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-I was asked to perform at a wedding

-in West Wales.

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-I started playing the ukulele at

-this point.

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-The sound of a ukulele

-makes people smile.

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-The sound of the ukulele brings

-a smile to everyone's face.

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-The group that I teach all feel

-happy after they have a session.

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-How does it compare to a guitar?

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-The ukulele is easy to play and

-hasn't got as many strings...

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-..as the guitar.

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-The instrument appeals to all ages.

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-We have members of all ages that

-come to my group.

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-They are also playing them in

-schools.

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-Tell us more about

-the ones you have.

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-They come in different sizes.

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-This ukulele comes from the 1920s.

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-I received this today.

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-It's also toy-like.

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-It was made in America

-and is called the Soprano.

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-This is called the Concert

-and is a relatively new piece.

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-Peter Howlett from Caernarfon

-also makes ukuleles.

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-His instruments are in demand.

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-Is George Formby an inspiration

-to ukulele players?

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-I think George Formby is fantastic.

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-His ukulele was a combination

-of a ukulele and a banjo.

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-It created a different sound.

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-There's a ukulele player from Hawaii

-who also is a great player.

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-What is the meaning of the word,

-ukulele?

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-The origins of the instrument

-is from Hawaii.

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-You want to encourage people

-to join a website.

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-I hold sessions every Tuesday

-for ukulele learners.

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-There was a demand for music

-repertoire...

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-..through the medium of Welsh for

-the ukulele.

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-We wanted to create a pot of songs.

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-It would be great to have a ukulele

-festival in Wales.

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-We play all sorts of songs

-from Meic Stevens to modern songs.

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-Many people are familiar

-with the songs...

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-..that were played on

-the Eisteddfod stage.

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-We're also appealing to players

-to send us photos.

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-We have the rugby player,

-Jamie Roberts...

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-..who has taken a photo for us.

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-They can download a poster from

-www.iwcs.cymru...

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-..and take a photo with it.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Let's find out how Huw and the team

-are getting on with Meleri.

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-How are things going?

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-Everything is going smoothly

-and Meleri is behaving herself.

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-We like Meleri

-as she's given us free reign!

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-Meleri has got short hair

-so what are you going to do, Ruth?

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-It has grown a little so I need to

-tidy it up but the shape suits her.

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-Let's turn her around.

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-It's slightly longer here so we'll

-crop the top to create more body.

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-I'll also shape the neck area.

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-It's difficult doing a makeover

-on a recipient with short hair.

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-Yes but I'll dry it differently to

-show Meleri what she's able to do.

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-Because it's short, we can be more

-creative in the way we blow dry it.

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-How often do you cut your hair?

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-Every eight weeks.

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-Do you use the same salon?

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-Yes, every time.

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-They're familiar with your hair.

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-Meleri doesn't wear any make-up.

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-She wears a little bit of make-up

-if she's going out in the evening.

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-But she usually looks like this

-and applies some tinted moisturiser.

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-What are you going to do today?

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-It depends upon the outfit but

-I hope to create a glamorous look.

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-I want a glamorous natural look

-which doesn't make a lot of sense!

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-It'll be great to look glamorous

-whilst lambing on your birthday!

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-The lambs

-won't know what's hit them!

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-You normally wear casual clothing.

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-Yes, plain and simple.

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-Do your daughters have a say

-in what you wear?

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-As they grow older,

-they rummage through my wardrobe...

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-..and tell me to throw away and get

-rid of items that look smart on me.

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-Your glasses are the perfect tone

-for your hair - is this on purpose?

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-No, it's isn't.

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-Do you have glasses

-for different colours of your hair?

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-No, I don't!

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-Do people do that, Ruth?

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-Yes, some people do this and also

-match their wardrobe with glasses.

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-Do you have to be careful with the

-colour when you're cutting the hair?

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-Highlights are running through it

-but they tend to be on the top.

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-If the hair was lighter

-and I cut it shorter on the sides...

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-..we would have tiger spots

-- and we don't want that!

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-I promise you won't have

-any tiger spots!

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-When we return to the studio,

-Meleri will look perfect.

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-Thank you, Huw.

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-We look forward to the big reveal

-at the end of the programme.

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-Elin is here to tell us

-what's on Heno tonight.

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-Don't forget to join me at 7.00pm.

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-We'll be playing Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-You've won 1,000!

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-I've never seen this much money!

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-Pick up the phone to enter.

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-Phone in every Wednesday night.

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-Thank you so much!

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-People win every week!

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-I don't leave the house on

-Wednesday.

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-We hope someone will win tonight.

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-Rhodri Davies marks 75 years

-of the Swansea Blitz.

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-The presenter, Geraint Hardy

-joins me on the sofa for a chat.

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-Did you know that today is

-Random Acts of Kindness Day?

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-I ventured to Carmarthen Market

-in the wind and rain this morning.

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-I've been performing

-some random acts of kindness.

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-Thank you, Elin.

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-After the break, the Bethania

-tenor, Dafydd Edwards...

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-..chats about his new autobiography,

-Blas Y Bryniau.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The tenor and farmer from Bethania

-in Ceredigion, Dafydd Edwards...

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-..is a familiar face

-on stages across Wales and beyond.

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-Recently, he documented his memories

-in the book entitled Blas Y Bryniau.

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-Dafydd has joined us now.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-Did you enjoy writing this book?

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-I started a long time ago.

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-I had a lot of fun doing it.

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-A lot of research was undertaken.

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-Lyn Ebenezer inspired me

-to write it.

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-It's about the community

-and society in Ceredigion.

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-I was able to tie my life in with

-the life in rural Ceredigion.

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-It must have been difficult to

-choose what to put in the book.

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-It was a task to discover what I

-could put between the two covers.

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-The photographs

-are part of the story.

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-When the reader sees the photos it

-make it more real.

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-I was about eight in this photo.

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-I was born where Menna lives now

-at Croeswyntoedd.

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-We moved when I turned 15.

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-I've been to many places

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-I started singing and I didn't know

-I was singing in school.

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-I also performed Bugail Aberdyfi.

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-Did you enjoy the competing element

-of singing?

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-I also competed at the Eisteddfod

-but I didn't really enjoy it.

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-I preferred to entertain the

-audience rather than compete.

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-I was recently seen in a programme

-with my daughter Gwawr.

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-We went in search of our ancestors

-over in Ohio.

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-My ancestors emigrated to Ohio

-in the 1830s.

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-Let's see a clip of the programme.

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-Many of the Edwards were buried

-at this cemetery.

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-It's an emotional feeling walking

-around here.

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-This is Isaac Edwards gravestone.

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-# Calon lan #

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-Singing is in the blood.

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-Singing is certainly in the blood.

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-You went on another journey

-after filming finished.

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-Yes, I heard about the story

-of a widow with many children.

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-They were from the Oakhill area.

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-They moved away.

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-The past is mentioned in the book,

-but you also speak about the future.

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-The future is also important for me.

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-It also worries me.

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-The countryside has been destroyed

-to a degree.

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-I don't think

-it will ever bounce back.

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-It's all about running businesses.

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-It all about paperwork.

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-I recall a countryside where working

-on the land was leisurely.

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-I didn't want to do anything else.

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-I wanted to work in the countryside

-among the animals.

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-Blas Y Bryniau is published by

-Carreg Gwalch and costs 8.50.

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-Thank you, Dafydd.

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-After the break...

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-..Alison looks at the popularity

-of foods from the 1960s and 1970s.

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-Huw and the makeover team

-will also return.

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-The team have completed

-the makeover.

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-If you want to see how Meleri

-looks, make sure you keep watching.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Foods from the 1960s and 1970s

-have fallen back into fashion...

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-..and those from

-the instant whip generation...

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-..will remember Angel Delight,

-Arctic Roll and Smash.

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-But why is this cuisine

-from a bygone-era popular again?

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-Alison Huw is here explain further.

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-We all remember these foods, Alison.

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-This table is full of memories.

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-These foods stick in the mind.

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-The baby boomer generation have

-reached the 50 stage...

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-..and the desire to relive and

-re-taste their childhoods.

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-People may also feel that in

-a ever-changing world...

0:32:370:32:41

-..that they like to hold on to

-familiar foods.

0:32:410:32:53

-Were they convenient foods?

0:32:560:33:02

-This period is responsible for

-people turning to simple cooking...

0:33:020:33:07

-..and people gave up on sweating

-in the kitchen for hours.

0:33:080:33:20

-This dessert was born

-in the 1960s...

0:33:210:33:25

-..on the threshold of a big

-social change.

0:33:250:33:37

-People would turn to easier meals.

0:33:410:33:45

-People had to eat what

-they were given during the war.

0:33:460:33:53

-This was the big change.

0:33:530:33:58

-Cereals are very complicated things.

0:33:590:34:08

-Once you have a bowl on Corn Flakes,

-it takes you back to the past.

0:34:080:34:18

-Salad Cream hasn't fallen out

-of fashion.

0:34:180:34:25

-Some may think that this period

-hasn't left a mark on us...

0:34:250:34:29

-..but this is untrue, after a recent

-campaign to save salad cream...

0:34:290:34:33

-..after Heinz threatened

-to stop creating it.

0:34:330:34:37

-However, salad cream

-is here to stay.

0:34:370:34:46

-Heinz didn't believe that they sold

-a lot of salad cream.

0:34:460:34:50

-However, this is untrue.

0:34:500:34:53

-I love fish fingers.

0:34:530:34:56

-We also have fish fingers

-when Lucy is working late.

0:34:560:35:03

-This decade was also the turning

-point of the pantry.

0:35:030:35:07

-People turned from the pantry

-to the fridge freezer...

0:35:070:35:11

-..which enabled them

-to eat ready meals...

0:35:110:35:15

-..from the fish finger to scampi

-and even arctic roll.

0:35:150:35:23

-I was in a wedding one day

-and we have a fish finger sandwich.

0:35:230:35:27

-Arctic roll was also very popular.

0:35:270:35:34

-to come from the period.

0:35:340:35:38

-Tinned food such as spam,

-ideal milk, corned beef...

0:35:380:35:42

-..spaghetti hoops and tinned soup

-were also new for the period.

0:35:420:35:49

-Meat was expensive during the war.

0:35:490:35:53

-When spam and corned beef

-came along, people loved them.

0:35:540:36:06

-As a child, I would have

-spaghetti hoops on toast.

0:36:090:36:14

-I recall watching the Swans

-in Swansea and drinking Oxo.

0:36:140:36:18

-I drink an Oxo drink

-when I have a bad throat.

0:36:180:36:26

-These daily foods aren't

-the only ones back in fashion.

0:36:260:36:29

-In the 1970s...

0:36:300:36:33

-..Britain became more adventurous

-and sophisticated with their food.

0:36:330:36:37

-You may remember the melon

-boat with cherry glaze...

0:36:370:36:41

-..vol au vents, pineapple sponge

-and prawn cocktail.

0:36:410:36:48

-I used to put brown sugar over

-the melon boat and cherry glaze.

0:36:490:36:54

-Prawn cocktail has always

-been very fashionable.

0:36:540:36:59

-Tinned pineapple was also

-very exotic at the time.

0:36:590:37:09

-We can't mention the 1970s

-without mentioning vol au vents.

0:37:090:37:19

-Shops cakes were also a big thing

-during this period.

0:37:190:37:23

-Thank you, Alison.

0:37:230:37:28

-It's time to reveal the results

-of Meleri's makeover.

0:37:280:37:32

-But first, this is how Meleri looked

-at the start of today's programme.

0:37:320:37:37

-Meleri needs practical

-and comfortable attire for work.

0:37:370:37:42

-She arrived at the studio

-wearing everyday clothing.

0:37:430:37:46

-It's a simple jumper with a loose

-blouse underneath and a low neck.

0:37:470:37:52

-The colour is dark

-although seasonal.

0:37:520:37:57

-We aim to add colour, patterns and

-layers to compliment her body shape.

0:37:570:38:04

-Let's take a look at Meleri now.

0:38:070:38:11

-You look fantastic.

0:38:120:38:14

-What do you think, Alison?

0:38:150:38:18

-I feel like a queen.

0:38:180:38:21

-I've had a great afternoon.

0:38:220:38:25

-I'm ready for lambing now.

0:38:250:38:32

-I think I need to go

-somewhere tonight.

0:38:320:38:37

-Tell us about the clothes, Huw.

0:38:370:38:42

-We want to offer a new look

-for the makeover recipient.

0:38:420:38:49

-The outfit is free

-and it must be something...

0:38:490:38:53

-that Meleri will wear again.

0:38:530:38:55

-..that Meleri will wear again.

0:39:060:39:14

-She doesn't usually wear

-an outfit like this...

0:39:150:39:19

-..but she likes it...

0:39:190:39:24

-..especially the ankle grazers.

0:39:240:39:30

-The patterned top is also great.

0:39:300:39:35

-What about the hair?

0:39:350:39:43

-The hair was easy to style.

0:39:430:39:48

-I've taken it shorter

-and added a bit of height.

0:39:480:40:00

-You aimed for glamorous

-but natural, Patricia.

0:40:060:40:12

-We've kept the colour natural.

0:40:120:40:18

-We've matched the lipstick

-with the blouse.

0:40:180:40:25

-The brown on the eyes has

-brought out her eye colour.

0:40:260:40:30

-You'll have to go out tonight.

0:40:300:40:42

-Your daughters have brought

-your birthday cake.

0:40:430:40:46

-The cake has a ten candle.

0:40:460:40:54

-You were born during a leap year.

0:40:540:41:00

-What do you think of your mother?

0:41:000:41:02

-She looks very smart.

0:41:020:41:04

-I think she looks great.

0:41:040:41:07

-Everyone is happy.

0:41:070:41:09

-Happy birthday.

0:41:090:41:13

-Huw returns tomorrow

-with more fashion.

0:41:140:41:20

-Tomorrow, I'm looking

-at teenage clothes.

0:41:210:41:23

-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da...

0:41:240:41:26

-..you can enjoy Dr Ann and a viewer

-receives a Salt of the Earth plate.

0:41:260:41:30

-The news and weather on S4C

-is followed by Corff Cymru.

0:41:300:41:35

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0:41:360:41:38

Huw Fash a'r criw fydd yn rhoi gweddnewidiad i wyliwr lwcus iawn. Alison Huw fydd yma gyda'i chyngor bwyd a diod. Alison Huw will be joining us to advise us on food and drink.


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