Wed, 17 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 17 May 2017

Bydd yr awdur a'r newyddiadurwr Ifan Morgan Jones yn trafod ei nofel newydd. Author and journalist Ifan Morgan Jones discusses his new novel.


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-Hello and welcome

-to Wednesday's Prynhawn Da.

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-Unfortunately,

-the rain is still falling.

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-It doesn't matter because

-you can relax on the sofa with us.

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-There's plenty for you to enjoy.

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-The rain doesn't give the best

-conditions for walking...

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-..but we meet a man walking

-all around Wales for many charities.

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-We hear about some gigs that aim

-to renovate the prom in Aberystwyth.

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-Lowri Steffan shows how to inject

-yellow into our colour schemes.

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-The author, Ifan Morgan Jones

-chats about his book, Dadeni.

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-Do you prefer ham,

-cheese, tuna or jam?

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-It's British Sandwich Week so Alison

-has an array of sandwiches for us.

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-There's a little bit of everything

-for you on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-This year's National Eisteddfod

-is being held on Anglesey.

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-Each year,

-the Eisteddfod honours people...

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-..who have contributed to Wales,

-the language and their communities.

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-Gwynfryn Evans from Rhydypennau...

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-..is one person who is

-being ordained into the Gorsedd.

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-Welcome to the programme, Gwynfryn.

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-Congratulations to you

-on getting this honour.

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-When did you find out?

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-I learnt about this honour

-about a month ago.

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-I had a letter inviting me

-to join the Gorsedd of Bards.

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-I was amazed!

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-I didn't realize that

-I had been nominated for it...

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-..until I had the letter.

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-Anglesey is important to me.

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-Tell us more about your background.

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-I've travelled the length

-and breadth of Wales...

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-..as part of my job.

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-I've worked in various

-creameries across Wales.

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-I worked in Anglesey, Felinfach

-and ended up in Llanelli.

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-Where are you from originally?

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-I'm from Pennal.

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-I've seen a massive change

-in the milk industry.

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-I'm a farmer's son.

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-I would travel to school

-on the milk float!

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-The milk industry

-is a big business now.

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-Yes, milk is a big business now!

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-It's all automatic.

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-I remember the period when

-we changed from using churns...

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-..to using tankers.

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-People will see the Mansel Davies

-tankers across the country.

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-You have done a lot of

-volunteer work since retiring.

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-I took early retirement...

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-..and had been a volunteer

-with Golwg for many years.

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-I worked with the Urdd Eisteddfod

-for many years.

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-I worked for Antur Teifi...

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-..and then moved to

-be the chairman of Golwg360.

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-Golwg360 has been running

-for many years.

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-It has an incredible team.

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-They are at the peak of their craft.

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-What made you want to volunteer

-in the first place?

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-Cyril Hughes contacted me...

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-..and wanted a national secretary

-for the Urdd.

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-It was great to work for the Urdd.

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-It's all about teamwork.

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-John Roberts was very important

-to the team...

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-..so it was great

-to be the treasurer.

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-I got to know a lot of people.

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-I travelled a lot through Wales.

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-When I was in Antur Teifi...

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-..my grandson couldn't say the

-whole name of Newcastle Emlyn.

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-You are looking forward

-to the Eisteddfod.

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-Will you stay for the week?

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-I'm going to be staying on Anglesey

-for the Eisteddfod week.

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-I'll be wearing the blue robes.

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-Thank you, Gwynfryn.

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-It's one thing to take a stroll

-to enjoy the Welsh countryside...

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-..but something very different

-to walk around the whole of Wales!

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-This is the challenge faced by

-one brave man over the coming weeks.

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-Rhodri Gomer met him

-at the start of his trek.

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-Since Malcolm Taff Davies lost

-his wife to cancer back in 2005...

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-..the former marine from Henllan

-has completed many sponsored walks.

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-Over 1,000 miles of the coastal path

-awaits him over the coming months...

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-..but his journey has just begun.

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-Malcolm is set to start

-the third stage of his walk.

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-I've aptly met him on this rainy day

-at the Wetlands Centre, Penclacwydd.

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-I started in Carmarthen on Saturday.

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-I'll be heading from

-Llanelli Wetlands to Chepstow...

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-..will follow Offa's Dyke to Chester

-and around North Wales.

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-I'll follow the Coast Path

-down towards Pembrokeshire...

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-..and finish in Carmarthen

-on 22 July.

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-His many walks

-over the past decade...

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-..include Hadrian's Wall, Glyndwr's

-Way and John O'Groats to Land's End.

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-But why did he choose

-this challenge?

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-I'm a Welshman

-but I live in Scotland.

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-I joined the Marines in 1972

-and I haven't lived in Wales since.

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-However, I wanted to raise money

-for a special cause in Wales.

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-My cousin's daughter, Heti

-was born deaf.

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-She's had an operation

-to implant a hearing aid.

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-Therefore, I'm raising money for her

-and Parcyrhun School in Ammanford.

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-Parcyrhun School has

-a hearing-impaired resource space.

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-We have twelve children there with

-different ranges of hearing loss.

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-Heti came to us at the age of three.

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-She's one of the few in the UK

-with an auditory brainstem implant.

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-It's given her a lot of access

-to environmental sound.

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-It has transformed her life.

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-The children will track Malcolm's

-journey over the next two months.

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-They'll use his journey to help

-develop numeracy and literature.

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-How long will it take

-to walk around Wales?

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-It will take me, hopefully,

-around 70 days in total.

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-How many miles will it take you

-to walk around Wales?

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-The Wales Coast Path and Offa's Dyke

-is 1,030 miles.

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-Where did you sleep last night?

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-In a tent.

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-I'll carry a sleeping bag, tent

-and change of clothing.

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-I'm not taking any food because

-I'm travelling along the Coast Path.

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-I'll be passing shops

-so I hope they're going to be open.

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-I might stop in a few pubs

-for a meal and a couple of pints!

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-I'll also be chatting to people

-on the way to ask for donations.

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-Malcolm is also fund-raising

-for the Wales Air Ambulance.

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-If you'd like to make a donation,

-follow the link via this website.

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-Everyone on Prynhawn Da

-wishes Malcolm all the best.

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-Good luck to Malcolm Davies.

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-I keep thinking about blisters!

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-After the break, Steffan Rees

-chats about Gigs Cantre'r Gwaelod.

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-Welcome back.

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-In January 2014, sections of the

-prom in Aberystwyth were damaged.

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-This was due to some

-very stormy weather.

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-The historic bandstand was removed

-which marked the end of an era.

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-The storms

-affected the whole community...

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-..but a new project with a series

-of gigs aims to resurrect the area.

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-Steffan Rees joins us to discuss

-Gigs Cantre'r Gwaelod.

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-Welcome to the programme, Steffan.

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-Tell us more about this venture.

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-I'm a fan of the Welsh rock scene,

-music gigs and festivals in Wales.

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-There's a gap for gigs and festivals

-in Ceredigion and around West Wales.

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-I live in Aberystwyth

-and I feel a little disappointed.

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-I registered with the

-Community Leadership Academy.

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-Cered is involved in the event.

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-Theatr Felinfach offered training,

-mentoring and some funding.

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-I decided to start a project

-of my own.

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-The bandstand at Aberystwyth

-is the perfect location.

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-The location and facilities

-for this event are fantastic.

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-I wanted to hold a few gigs during

-the summer on a Sunday afternoon.

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-Many people want to hold events

-like this.

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-Yes, and the bandstand is fantastic.

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-The facilities are modern.

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-It needs to be utilized.

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-We're fortunate to welcome

-Gwilym Bowen Rhys to the stage.

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-Meibion y Mynydd will also perform.

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-We hope the event attracts

-fluent and non-Welsh speakers.

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-It's quite a challenge to organize

-the event.

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-It's a new project.

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-It involves the community and

-we are appealing for public help.

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-The first gigs starts this Sunday

-with Gwilym Bowen Rhys.

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-He's followed by a local choir.

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-The aim is to continue

-with more gigs like this.

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-We want to see how this event

-works out.

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-We want to see how much interest

-it attracts.

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-We hope to organize

-a similar event in September.

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-We would like to hold more events

-across the county.

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-Gigs Cantre'r Gwaelod

-is the title of the event.

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-We hope there aren't any storms on

-Sunday!

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-Thank you, Steffan.

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-Yellow is the main colour

-for interior design this season.

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-It's a bright, summery colour.

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-Many people are nervous about

-using the colour in their homes...

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-..but you've got a lot of

-yellow items in your home, Owain.

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-Yes, I've got yellow curtains

-in my lounge and bedroom.

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-I'm either ahead of the trend

-or very old-fashioned.

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-Our sofas are yellow too!

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-Lowri Steffan has some tips on

-injecting yellow to our interiors.

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-Welcome to the programme, Lowri.

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-Don't be afraid to use yellow

-in the home.

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-You don't have to use yellow sofas.

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-Use what you've got already.

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-Grey is a popular colour.

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-We'll incorporate hints of yellow

-to a grey backdrop in the home.

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-Let's start with the wallpaper.

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-This Laura Ashley wallpaper

-costs 28.

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-It isn't a busy pattern.

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-The colour is also light.

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-You can wallpaper just one wall.

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-In the winter,

-you may want a more plain colour.

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-There's plenty of interest

-and it's fresh.

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-You can build up the colour.

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-The bedding from Laura Ashley

-varies between 22 and 60.

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-There's a 30% sale in Laura Ashley

-at the moment.

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-It's a great way

-of adding a touch of yellow.

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-The yellow stands out

-against the grey.

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-The cushion on the bed

-from Laura Ashley is priced 28.

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-This is a beautiful colour that

-draws the colour out of the bedding.

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-This a lovely velvet cushion.

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-This cushion would sit well

-with this look.

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-The floral cushion

-is 16 from Next.

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-It has quite a bold print.

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-Some people think the pattern

-and colour is too strong.

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-This yellow is more golden.

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-This lovely throw

-from Next costs 70.

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-It's grey on one side

-and yellow on the other.

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-You can place it on the bed

-so you can see both colours.

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-You can choose between the grey

-or yellow.

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-This is how to add hints of yellow

-to the room.

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-Next, we enter the living room.

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-We have more natural colours

-with the greens and blues.

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-We start with the cushions.

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-Cushions can transform a room.

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-The sofa cushions are 20

-and 16 from Next.

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-I wanted to show you

-that you can mix patterns.

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-There are geometric and

-diamond patterns on these cushions.

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-You can sit them

-next to each other.

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-There's a tapestry look

-on one of the cushions.

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-It's more about getting the same

-colour than matching the pattern.

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-They work well together.

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-You could even add a third cushion.

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-This lovely vase

-costs 16 from Next.

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-You can place the vase

-in the centre of the table.

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-You can also add it

-with a group of vases.

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-The set of tea-lights

-is 12 from Next.

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-Group them together

-to create a great look.

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-Add some artificial flowers

-to the look.

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-We also have a natural look with

-this wallpaper.

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-The wallpaper for the living room

-is 28 from Laura Ashley.

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-There's a touch of yellow or mustard

-in the wallpaper.

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-The candlesticks from Dunelm

-are 20 and 15.

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-They are faux crystal.

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-They reflect the light

-that is thrown into the room.

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-They all work well together.

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-There's still plenty to enjoy today

-so join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment, we open our Book Club.

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-Today, Ifan Morgan Jones

-chats about his new book.

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-We also sample sandwiches of all

-shapes and sizes with Alison Huw.

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-Would you like to join

-the Prynhawn Da Reading Club?

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-You don't need to be an avid reader

-or come to our studio...

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-..as you can simply send us

-your views via phone or email.

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-All are welcome in our Reading Club.

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-It's time to open the covers

-of our Reading Club.

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-It's time to welcome

-our Reading Club.

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-Today, we've got a classic.

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-As I turned the pages,

-I felt myself getting very nervous.

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-You can see the characters

-from the descriptions.

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-It's brought back fond memories

-of my childhood.

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-You don't need to visit the studio

-but can call or email us.

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-It grabbed me from the start.

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-How much would you give it out of

-10?

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-It gets a high score.

-I'd give it nine.

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-Thanks for your opinions in

-the studio and by email and phone.

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-Contact us in the usual way

-to be part of our Reading Club.

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-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Email [email protected] or

-contact us via Facebook and Twitter.

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-We look forward to welcoming you

-into our club.

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-Make sure you contact us to join

-the Prynhawn Da Reading Club.

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-We're now joined by the author,

-Ifan Morgan Jones.

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-Ifan joins us to chat about

-his new book called Dadeni.

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-Welcome to the programme, Ifan.

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-The book is hot off the press!

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-Yes, it's just out of the oven!

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-I'm very happy with it.

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-It's great to have a hard copy

-in my hand.

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-I spent 900 hours on it!

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-Tell us more about the novel.

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-Dadeni is an exciting

-and action-packed novel.

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-It will appeal to most people.

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-You can take it on holidays with you

-to read.

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-It also has some humour

-and deals with politics in Wales.

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-It also deals with themes that

-are taking place in the world now...

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-..like Brexit and Trump.

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-It also deals with themes that

-are taking place in the world now

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-..like Brexit and Trump.

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-The original idea for the novel

-came to me back in 2014 to 2015.

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-I was a student at university.

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-The Da Vinci Code

-was a popular book at the time.

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-I've become a lecturer

-in Journalism in Bangor.

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-The course is very successful.

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-The students have voted it

-the best course in the UK.

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-I've got a heap of work to mark.

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-Before coming here,

-I was marking some work.

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-Creative writing

-is a break from my day-to-day work.

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-It's a lot of pleasure for me.

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-I also have a young family

-so I have to juggle a lot of things!

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-One of my daughters was born on the

-day my second novel was launched.

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-Is there another novel in your head?

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-I'm never short of ideas.

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-I'm a runner

-and collect ideas as I run.

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-I note them on Word

-and have about eight novels in mind!

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-You won the Daniel Owen

-Memorial Prize.

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-Yes, I won

-the Daniel Owen Memorial Prize.

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-It gave me confidence as a writer.

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-It's worth competing

-in the competition.

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-It got rave reviews.

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-Y Lolfa has done some great work

-of promoting this novel.

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-Authors have to do the same

-these days.

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-There's been a book trailer.

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-It's the first book trailer in Welsh

-and is ground-breaking.

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-Dadeni by Ifan Morgan Jones is 9.99

-and published by Y Lolfa.

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-After the break, I'm delighted to be

-celebrating British Sandwich Week!

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-Welcome back.

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-Tonight's Heno at 7.00pm

-is jam-packed and features this.

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Yes, it's Wednesday so Heno

-plays its game, Fancy A Fortune?

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-We've got a special guest spinning

-the wheel in Fancy A Fortune?

0:32:240:32:28

-It's none-other-than Twm Sion Cati

-or Dafydd Wyn Morgan!

0:32:280:32:32

-Dafydd Wyn Morgan joins us to mark

-International Twm Sion Cati Day.

0:32:320:32:36

-The Urdd Eisteddfod

-is on the horizon.

0:32:370:32:41

-Tonight, Llinos Lee is live at the

-unveiling of the Crown and Chair...

0:32:410:32:46

-..for the Bridgend Taff-Ely

-Urdd National Eisteddfod.

0:32:460:32:53

-I doubt she's ever touched

-the Crown before!

0:32:530:32:59

-Rhys Meirion tells us about

-his new series on Radio Cymru.

0:33:000:33:06

-Elen Pencwm and Amanda Harries

-chat about a special charity walk...

0:33:060:33:12

-..around the coast of Ceredigion

-in aid of breast cancer.

0:33:120:33:22

-Yvonne chats with the actor,

-Rhys Meilir...

0:33:220:33:25

-..about his new drama

-in the Sherman Theatre in Cardiff.

0:33:260:33:32

-Join Angharad and me for tonight's

-hour-long Heno from 7.00pm.

0:33:320:33:44

-What's your favourite sandwich,

-It's got to be cheese!

0:33:450:33:48

-I like cheese with anything.

0:33:490:33:52

-I don't like pickle with my cheese.

0:33:520:33:56

-He's a simple man.

0:33:560:33:59

-Yes, we're celebrating British

-Sandwich Week on Prynhawn Da.

0:33:590:34:03

-The iconic sandwich first became

-popular in the 18th century.

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-In Britain, we buy about

-3.5 billion sandwiches every year.

0:34:080:34:14

-This fast food

-is as popular as ever.

0:34:140:34:19

-Today, Alison Huw has sandwiches

-of all shapes and sizes for us.

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-Welcome to the programme, Alison.

0:34:250:34:32

-A lot of people stick to eating the

-same sandwich every day.

0:34:320:34:40

-One worker had eaten a ham sandwich

-for lunch every day for 20 years!

0:34:400:34:52

-..because it can be easy, cheap

-and they lack inspiration.

0:35:110:35:19

-..and remembering John Montagu.

0:35:190:35:24

-John Montagu was part

-of the 18th-century gentry...

0:35:240:35:30

-In order to make

-the perfect sandwich...

0:35:310:35:34

-..you need fresh, colourful

0:35:340:35:38

-The choice of bread can be very

-important when make a sandwich.

0:35:390:35:46

-It's British Sandwich Week so we'll

-look at something traditional...

0:35:460:35:50

-..with two slices of bread

-and a filling.

0:35:500:35:54

-Most bread in Britain

-is mass-produced...

0:35:540:35:58

-..and people still opt

-for the standard white loaf.

0:35:590:36:03

-There's always a queue in the bakery

-in Llanelli!

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-Everybody has their

-favourite filling to a sandwich.

0:36:150:36:22

-There's the English

-cucumber sandwich.

0:36:220:36:28

-It's simple but effective!

0:36:280:36:34

-It's as popular as it is ever.

0:36:340:36:39

-Remember to remove the seeds

-from the cucumber...

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-..or you'll get a very wet sandwich!

0:36:450:36:52

-People enjoy a sandwich

-inspired by Italy.

0:36:520:37:02

-This is focaccia bread.

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-You can share this

-with a lot of people.

0:37:090:37:17

-It would be perfect for a picnic.

0:37:170:37:26

-You could enjoy it

-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

0:37:260:37:38

-We've ask today's contributors

-told us what sandwiches they like.

0:37:410:37:45

-Gwynfryn Evans liked cheese.

0:37:450:37:50

-Steffan Rhys said cheese and ham.

0:37:510:37:53

-A lot of people liked cheese.

0:37:540:37:57

-They all seem to like their protein!

0:37:570:38:04

-It's National Vegetarian Week.

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-I've got a sandwich

-full of roasted vegetables.

0:38:120:38:21

-You can avoid the cheese

-if you're a vegan.

0:38:220:38:28

-It's got plenty of olive oil too.

0:38:280:38:36

-There's also a meat sandwich.

0:38:370:38:43

-It has watercress

-and English mustard.

0:38:430:38:55

-There's red onion with the beef too.

0:38:550:39:00

-I recall making sandwich

-from Sunday lunch leftovers.

0:39:020:39:07

-It's great for your Sunday

-leftovers.

0:39:070:39:09

-You can make a sandwich

-with your leftovers.

0:39:100:39:16

-American sandwiches

-combine a lot of world foods...

0:39:160:39:20

-..such as pastrami,

-gherkins and mustard.

0:39:210:39:26

-It's a great combination.

0:39:260:39:28

-There's also some

-Monterey Jack cheese.

0:39:300:39:35

-It has a lot of layers.

0:39:350:39:44

-They have a lot of slices of bread

-in the American sandwiches.

0:39:440:39:56

-You can even have

-a strawberry sandwich!

0:40:030:40:11

-It's like a jam sandwich.

0:40:110:40:23

-Peanut butter and jam is popular.

0:40:290:40:38

-Shop-bought sandwiches

-are convenient...

0:40:380:40:42

-..but they can also be expensive

-and are mass-produced...

0:40:420:40:46

-..which means that flavour

-isn't always at the forefront.

0:40:460:40:50

-Read the labels

-of shop sandwiches...

0:40:500:40:53

-..as they can often

-be high in salt and fat...

0:40:540:40:57

-..especially if they contain cheese

-and mayonnaise.

0:40:570:41:00

-It's possible to buy sandwiches

-that don't contain mayonnaise...

0:41:010:41:05

-..and are on gluten free bread.

0:41:050:41:10

-I love ham and tomato.

0:41:100:41:13

-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow with

-money-saving tips from Gwion Dafydd.

0:41:130:41:17

-Huw Fash has all the latest

-collections from the high street.

0:41:170:41:21

-Dr Ann discusses the latest campaign

-by the charity, Prostate Cymru.

0:41:210:41:26

-Join Bethan Gwanas for Ar y Lein

-after the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:260:41:31

-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

0:41:310:41:35

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0:41:370:41:39

Bydd yr awdur a'r newyddiadurwr Ifan Morgan Jones yn trafod ei nofel newydd. Author and journalist Ifan Morgan Jones discusses his new novel.


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