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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-It's great to have your company
-on another dull and blustery day.
-There's nothing dull
-about today's programme.
-We've got plenty to entertain you
-on this Wednesday afternoon.
-We open our Book Club to discuss
-Sioned Wiliam's novel, Chwynnu.
-We look ahead to the YFC Eisteddfod
-in Aberystwyth during this weekend.
-Alwyn Humphreys presents a Salt of
-the Earth plate to a worthy viewer.
-Alison Huw outlines the calorie
-content of some festive treats.
-Huw opens his fashion wardrobe with
-items that'll keep us warm and dry.
-Stay tuned to Rhodri and myself
-over the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-News broke last night of the passing
-of the New Zealand rugby great...
-..Jonah Lomu at the age of 40.
-The winger scores 37 tries
-in 63 international matches.
-He also played ten games for the
-Cardiff Blues between 2005 and 2006.
-Rhodri Davies had the pleasure of
-meeting him on several occasions.
-Thank you for joining us, Rhodri.
-This is very sad news.
-It was a shock for us.
-The rugby world is in shock.
-He was a rugby giant.
-A few weeks ago, he was in
-Britain for the Rugby World Cup.
-We all knew that he had
-a problem with his kidneys...
-..but nobody expected to lose him
-He did some incredibly charity work.
-What impact did he have
-on the rugby world?
-He changed the world of rugby.
-Nobody else compared to him.
-Many have said that this recent
-Rugby World Cup was the best...
-..but to me, it was the one in 1995.
-People would call him a freak.
-He played the same way
-He was a phenomenon.
-He was 6'5 and 18 stone
-and a left wing.
-If you compare him
-with Shane Williams...
-..it would take 4 of Shanes
-to make a Jonah.
-It's a special game to me really,
-to play with plenty of talent.
-Great players, ex All Blacks
-and current All Blacks as well.
-How are you managing
-with all of this travelling?
-You've only just recovered
-from the French test.
-When you go into a new country,
-you always seem to find an energy.
-Wales is such a beautiful place
-and I'm enjoying it immensely.
-What was he like as a person?
-I was lucky enough to meet him
-a few times.
-I got to meet John Charles too.
-They were respectful and shy.
-After the Rugby World Cup in 1995...
-..the game became professional.
-He also released
-a rugby console game.
-I asked him for his autograph.
-We will never see his like again.
-We send our condolences to
-Jonah's family and friends.
-After the break...
-..our Book Club opens the covers
-of Sioned Wiliam's novel, Chwynnu.
-We also look forward to
-this year's YFC Eisteddfod.
-Keith Morris joins us
-on Heno this Friday...
-..to judge our autumn
-This week, we'll preview
-a collection of your photographs.
-See you in a few minutes.
-It's time for us to open
-our weekly Book Club.
-Today, we're discussing the latest
-novel from Sioned Wiliam, Chwynnu.
-In a moment, Tegrudd Thomas and
-Hafwen John share their thoughts.
-First, let's welcome
-Sion Jenkins and Liz Llewelyn.
-Tell us about the story, Sion.
-This novel is set in the world
-of the media.
-The main character is Dylan.
-He is a producer in the media.
-We follow his life and the events
-that happen to him.
-His life takes a different direction
-in this novel.
-Sioned knows a lot
-about the media world.
-Sioned Wiliam is an award-winning
-I think she incorporated her
-knowledge of this world...
-..into the book.
-There are strong characters
-in this story.
-They are all dotted around Wales.
-The story shows the differences
-of living in the countryside...
-North and South Wales.
-Is there a lot of humour
-in this book?
-There's plenty of humour
-in this book.
-There's a lot of tongue and cheek.
-Sioned has a lot to say about the
-world of media.
-She loses this comedy half way
-through the book...
-..and becomes more serious.
-Is it any easy read?
-The book is quite easy to read.
-The title, Chwynnu or 'roots' is
-associated with the gardening world.
-The title takes on a different and
-deeper meaning as you read the book.
-The main character
-starts to examine his life.
-He tries to remove anything
-bad and damaging in his life.
-I did enjoy reading this novel.
-I do agree with Sion.
-The story changes suddenly
-half way through.
-Let's hear what Tegrudd Thomas from
-Gloucester had to say about Chwynnu.
-Initially, I thought the story was
-dull but it improved after a while.
-I thought the story was going to be
-about people who work in the media.
-But all this changed when Dylan's
-life took a different direction.
-The title, 'Chwynnu'
-made a lot of sense after this.
-It was a pleasure to read it
-from start to finish - fantastic.
-It's a great novel to read
-on a wet and windy afternoon.
-Hafwen John from Bala
-has sent us an email.
-'This author can certainly write
-and create characters...
-'..in both comic
-and sad circumstances.
-'Is revenge, recovery or forgiveness
-the main theme of this novel?
-'It doesn't matter,
-as I thoroughly enjoyed it.
-'I would've read it in one sitting
-but I had to catch some sleep!
-'Congratulations to Sioned Wiliam.
-'I want to read her next novel on
-my holiday in Budapest next month.'
-Both of them were pleased
-with the novel.
-This is Sioned's second novel.
-Has her style changed
-since the first novel?
-I haven't read her first book.
-There's plenty of tongue and cheek
-in this novel.
-The story changes half way through
-and become dramatic towards the end.
-There are many birds on the cover.
-Is there a reason for this?
-There's reference to a bird
-in this novel.
-The depiction of a red robin
-and the old man is effective.
-The old man is a gardener.
-There's reference to a red robin
-throughout the novel.
-The red robin changes
-its tune during the seasons.
-You compare this change in birdsong
-to changes in Dylan Walter's life.
-I would give it 7 out of 10.
-I'd give 5 out of 10.
-Llinos would love to win
-this week's competition.
-Here are the details.
-Everyday life is always busy so
-it's easy to forget to take a break.
-There's no better place to do that
-than at the Corran Resort...
-..a 4-star luxury hotel
-in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire.
-You can win all of the following.
-A night for two in a luxury cottage
-in the Corran Resort.
-An evening meal
-in the hotel's restaurant.
-There's also a Welsh breakfast and
-a 55-minute treatment in the spa.
-This amazing prize is worth 450.
-The winner will need
-to discuss dates with the hotel.
-You'll get a warm welcome
-at the Corran Resort...
-..whether you want a romantic break
-or want to explore Carmarthenshire.
-The Corran Resort has something
-for everyone so get dialling now.
-This is the all-important question:
-Who is the famous poet
-1) Dylan Jones, 2) Dylan Thomas,
-or 3) Dylan Davies?
-Call us with your answer
-on 08443 35 12 44.
-It's 5p a minute plus your
-telephone company's network charge.
-Every entrant must be over 18.
-The phone lines
-close at 3.00pm today.
-Don't call after the lines close
-or you will still be charged.
-Full terms and conditions are
-available at www.pryhawnda.tv
-Good luck to you all!
-On Saturday, Aberystwyth
-will host the YFC Eisteddfod.
-Our studio guest is very
-excited about the event.
-Siwan Jones is Chairperson of the
-Wales Young Farmers' Club Committee.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-Aberystwyth is the place to be
-Yes, Aberystwyth is the
-place to be this weekend.
-The event is starting at 10.30am in
-the main hall of the arts centre.
-Meirionethshire is hosting
-this year's Eisteddfod.
-We've had assistance from
-..and other bodies.
-How many people do you expect
-at the event?
-The Eisteddfod attracts hundreds
-This is why we have chosen
-The location can accommodate
-My niece has recently joined the YFC
-We've got plenty of competitions,
-recitals and sketches.
-There's plenty for everyone.
-The standard is always high.
-One of the competitions
-is a vocal ensemble.
-People compete in this
-in the main Eisteddfod.
-You won't be competing this year.
-I am too old to compete this year.
-I will appear on stage
-with Cor Sirol.
-I will overlook the day's events
-and deal with any problems.
-I will also lead the closing
-This event is very popular.
-This is a highlight in our calendar.
-We have plenty of fun on the day.
-There are plenty of categories
-in the Eisteddfod.
-The event will be live on S4C
-and Radio Cymru.
-The event is aired on S4C on
-Saturday afternoon and night.
-We are also live on Radio Cymru.
-Golwg 360 will also be present
-at the Eisteddfod.
-There's no excuse to miss it!
-Thank you for joining us.
-A Dawns Y Dail concert is held at
-Ysgol T Llew Jones, Brynhoffnant.
-The show is a celebration of
-T Llew Jones's poetry work...
-..which honours his centenary year.
-The concerts are at 7.00pm tomorrow
-and at 1.30pm and 7.00pm on Friday.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Still to come
-on today's programme...
-..Alison reveals hidden calories
-in our festive foods and drinks.
-Huw also keeps us warm
-in this stormy weather.
-Stay tuned to us.
-Alwyn Humphreys is roaming the land
-with a Salt of the Earth plate.
-Today, an active lady from Boncath
-receives our special plate.
-Today, we've come to Boncath
-in the north of Pembrokeshire...
-..to present a Salt of the Earth
-plate to one of the local stalwarts.
-A crochet club has gathered in this
-hall and it's celebrating 20 years.
-Among them is a very active lady
-who is worthy of this special plate.
-Let's give her a surprise.
-Hello. Good afternoon.
-How are you today?
-Fine, thank you.
-This is your crochet club.
-You're celebrating a birthday.
-Are you Mela?
-Can you stand up so we can see you?
-You've got a delightful name.
-Happy birthday to the club
-but it was you who started it.
-I was here at the start.
-I know your age. Can I reveal it?
-You're 92 years old. Is this right?
-You're 92 years old. Is this right?
-You're incredibly active in the area
-and we know everything about you.
-Today, you've got a new title
-- Salt of the Earth.
-Thank you very much.
-Group tutor and founder,
-Beryl George nominated her.
-We started to make crochet items
-in aid of the 2005 Urdd Eisteddfod.
-We haven't stopped since then.
-We wanted to something different
-to celebrate our 20th anniversary.
-This is a delightful group and it's
-important to follow your elders.
-someone younger to learn.
-I've experienced this
-throughout my life.
-Both our mothers knew each other.
-Mela used to look after me.
-She looked after you?
-What's she like as a person?
-She's always happy and smiling.
-She knows everyone
-and has a fantastic memory.
-I've called her Mrs Jenkins
-since I was a child.
-She lived in the city and in
-Newport, Pembrokeshire with us.
-But the Boncath community benefits
-from her talents and kindness now.
-She writes for the local magazine,
-..and for Y Seren
-with the Baptist Church...
-..and also attends
-a prayer class on Thursday.
-Mela is 92 years old
-but she drives a brand-new car.
-She had it when she turned 90
-and she drives it everywhere.
-She goes everywhere in the car
-and enjoys life.
-We hope she reaches 100.
-She'll have a massive party then.
-Boncath will be celebrating.
-We hope you have many more years
-of being active in the community...
-..and bring so much
-pleasure to everyone.
-Congratulations to Mela.
-We hear that they are
-Alison Huw has joined us.
-Your topic today
-will interest everyone...
-..namely the hidden calories
-in our festive food and drinks.
-People eat 7,000 calories
-on Christmas Day.
-Most of us surpass our recommended
-daily intake of calories by 2pm!
-The festive period is a time
-to enjoy and celebrate...
-friends and colleagues.
-However, you can make small changes
-to benefit your health.
-By cutting back
-on the hidden calories...
-..you could enjoy Christmas
-We've already purchased
-the chocolate boxes...
-..but I opened one over the weekend.
-In the past, we would only overeat
-on Christmas day, Boxing Day...
-..and in the lead up
-to the New Year.
-On average, we put on six pounds
-during the festive period.
-We have to work hard to get rid
-of that extra weight in January.
-We all enjoy a mince pie
-I bumped into Alison in the shop
-and she was purchasing mince pies.
-I've bought these mince pies.
-A mince pie with a dollop of
-brandy butter can be 500 calories.
-Most mince pies contain
-over 200 calories.
-The butter contains more calories
-than the mince pie itself.
-However, you can cut back on the
-calories with an open mince pie.
-There will be 30 fewer calories
-without the lid on the pie.
-You could cut out shapes from the
-pasty lids to save on calories.
-Smaller mince pies
-only contain 100 calories.
-You could even indulge in a little
-brandy butter with smaller pies.
-A handful of nuts
-can contain over 300 calories.
-They are full of calories and fats.
-Salted nuts also make you consume
-more drink due to their saltiness.
-Non-salted nuts won't make you
-reach for another glass of wine.
-There are lots of hidden calories
-in these foods.
-Alcohol is another problem area.
-There are lots
-of hidden calories in alcohol.
-There is 10% more calories in
-a 5% lager compared to a 4% lager.
-By the end of the night, that one
-percent can make quite a difference.
-However, you can swap drinks
-without feeling deprived.
-A glass of red wine is 120 calories.
-A glass of prosecco has only 80
-which is a saving of 40 calories.
-Baileys is popular with a cup
-of coffee at the end of the night.
-A glass of Baileys
-contains 147 calories.
-A glass of brandy has almost
-40 calories less than Baileys.
-What about breakfast?
-Christmas Day is when we consume
-the most calories.
-Scrambled eggs with smoked salmon
-can be a luxurious breakfast.
-However, there's no need
-to add cream to the eggs.
-It's a rich meal even
-without the cream.
-What about Christmas dinner?
-During the Christmas dinner itself,
-opt for white meat instead.
-Don't eat the turkey skin.
-When chopping potatoes,
-don't cut them too small.
-That's when they absorb more fat.
-Do you really need to add butter
-to your vegetables?
-Let's move on to coffee.
-We should eat Salmon in filo pastry
-instead of using puff pastry.
-Cut calories in coleslaw by swapping
-mayonnaise for Greek yoghurt.
-The taste will stay the same but
-you'll cut out the fat!
-After the break...
-..Huw offers suggestions on how to
-look stylish in the stormy weather.
-Huw has battled the elements
-..to bring us this collection of
-clothing that keeps us warm and dry.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What have you got for us, Huw?
-I can cope with the wind and rain...
-..but I don't agree with Alison Huw!
-A Christmas without Baileys
-and mince pies?
-I can't do it!
-Baileys signals the start
-of Christmas for me.
-I was out in the wind and rain.
-Women were trying to get out
-of their cars in their big capes!
-However, the capes flew everywhere.
-You need to be sensible
-in this windy weather.
-However, you can look stylish.
-This jacket is perfect
-if you're going skiing.
-There's 30% off this coat
-This coat contains a special foam
-that will keep you warm.
-However, it will also keep you cool
-if you start sweating.
-There's a funnel collar
-that will keep your neck warm.
-When you open the coat,
-the cold air will hit you.
-If you like to add a scarf
-..keep it inside your coat.
-the wind speeds were 75mph!
-If you would like to look smart
-to go out for lunch...
-..opt for layers.
-Here I have a vest, a light jumper
-and a light cardigan.
-I've teamed these with another
-heavy cardigan and faux fur collar.
-There's a clip on the collar
-which will help it stay in place.
-The faux fur will keep you warm as
-it traps the warm air.
-You should opt for natural fibres
-against your skin.
-If you don't want a faux fur collar,
-there are lots of alternatives.
-There's a scarf wrapped around
-However, this scarf isn't too long.
-You can tie it around
-This coat has a high wool content.
-It also contains polyamide
-which will retain its shape.
-You can wide your layers
-under this coat.
-You will look very posh
-in this coat.
-A camel coat always looks great.
-The coat only costs around 80.
-You should keep warm with a scarf,
-hat and gloves.
-If you're going to wear a scarf,
-makes sure it's tight...
-..to stop it from blowing away.
-Shearling is fashionable
-at the moment.
-It's a type of sheepskin.
-Most of the sheepskin
-on the high street is fake.
-You can also fit a scarf
-beneath the coat.
-I've opted for classic colours.
-In this slot, I try to show you how
-to wear clothes you already own.
-You should keep warm
-in this terrible weather.
-It's windy, raining and very cold.
-Be prepared before
-you head outdoors.
-Mari has joined us in the studio.
-Happy birthday to Llinos Lee!
-Thank you very much.
-I have a cake for you.
-What delights are on Heno tonight?
-You can win between 50 and 1,000
-in our Fancy A Fortune? competition.
-We're live with Llinos
-in Pontardawe tonight.
-There's a poetry event on
-We report from Food Matters Live
-Conference at the Excel in London.
-Don't forget to join me at 7.00pm.
-I attended the food conference
-last year and I ate so much!
-I had a birthday cake last night.
-On tomorrow's programme,
-Huw returns with more fashion.
-..I'll look ahead to Christmas.
-We continue our series on
-new businesses around Wales.
-I'll hear of a new company
-that's started in Cardiff.
-I've come to meet the owner and
-find out if I need to wear these.
-Dr Ann also opens up our surgery.
-Fferm Ffactor: Brwydr y Ffermwyr
-follows the news and weather on S4C.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Bydd y Clwb Llyfrau yn trafod cyfrol newydd a bydd Alison Huw yn cynnig cyngor bwyd a diod. The weekly book club, a look at the latest fashions and more food and drink tips and ideas.