Wed, 24 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 24 Feb 2016

Yr ymgyrchydd iaith Jamie Bevan fydd yn y Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yn trafod bwyd a diod. Today on Prynhawn Da, we host our weekly book club and Alison Huw discusses food...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-The sun is shining.

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-It's the ideal weather

-for some gardening.

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-Later, Ieuan will be answering

-all of your gardening questions.

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-As St David's Day approaches...

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-..Alison Huw takes a look

-at the best Welsh delicacies.

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-Language campaigner, Jamie Bevan

-opens the covers of our Book Club...

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-..to discuss the biography

-of Tedi Millward.

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-Steff has been to Llanrwst to learn

-about the flood prevention systems.

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-Today, I'll concentrate on the best

-bags available on the high street.

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-Stay with us over the next 50

-minutes for a jam-packed programme.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-The famous Welsh conductor,

-Owain Arwel Hughes has joined us...

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-..to tell us about

-a special St David's Day event...

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-..at the Brangwyn Hall on Saturday.

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-It promises to be a great evening.

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-Tell us more about it.

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-I've always wanted to

-make the Welsh Proms bigger.

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-We celebrate

-our 30th anniversary this year.

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-I decided to organize a concert

-at the Brangwyn Hall.

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-The evening includes great Welsh

-hymns and traditional favourites.

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-Morriston Orpheus and Rhondda

-Valleys' Pendyrus choirs...

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-..along with the Symphonic Brass

-Wales will be performing.

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-We've also got a school choir.

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-Welsh Male Voice choirs

-are getting smaller and smaller.

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-Young men and women

-are conducting these choirs...

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-..and since then, we've seen

-an increase in those who attend.

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-I always try

-and watch the Eisteddfod.

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-The rise in brass bands

-has been incredible.

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-There are so many young men

-and women in these bands.

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-They become a part

-of the Welsh tradition.

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-Band Cymru also returns

-to S4C soon.

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-Yes, we have a fantastic tradition

-of Welsh bands in Wales.

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-We need to keep

-the traditions alive.

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-I've always wanted to support music

-and especially Welsh music.

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-I've performed with some of the

-best orchestras in the Wales...

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-..and I want others

-to follow in my footsteps.

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-I'm also Musical Director

-of Camerata Wales...

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-..and Founder of Artistic Director

-of the Welsh Proms Cymru.

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-I've noticed that the standard

-of musicians at the Eisteddfod...

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-..has become incredibly high.

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-Teachers need to give instrument

-lessons from a young age.

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-I've been very fortunate with

-the opportunities I've received.

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-I've performed across the world...

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-..and I've taken the National Youth

-Orchestra with me.

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-..and I've taken the National

-Youth Orchestra of Wales with me.

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-The Welsh Proms of 2016

-is looming too.

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-Yes, we're launching

-the Welsh Proms in April.

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-This is a large financial gamble

-once again.

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-We want people to come

-and fill the hall.

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-I want this to happen on Saturday.

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-We're appealing to an audience

-of another region...

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-..by performing in Swansea.

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-The Brangwyn Hall is incredible

-and it has great acoustics.

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-Hearing the brass bands and choirs

-in the Brangwyn will be amazing.

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-I can't wait.

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-I'm very excited.

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-This is my life.

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-I love conducting.

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-I want to show people

-how much music is around.

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-Tickets are available from

-www.ticketsource.co.uk/brangwynhall

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-Thank you, Owain.

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-After the break, Ieuan answers

-all of your gardening questions.

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-Alison Huw celebrate St David's Day

-with a variety of Welsh delicacies.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Our gardening expert, Ieuan is ready

-to answer all of your questions.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Thanks to all of those who have

-contacted us with their problems.

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-We start with a question

-from Janice Evans in Cwmllynfell.

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-Good afternoon, Janice.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-What is your question for Ieuan?

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-I've never experienced this before.

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-I've planted some spring flower pots

-around the outside of my home.

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-The bulbs that I have planted

-are exposed.

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-I've noticed large, deep holes

-in almost every flower pot.

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-I've filled the holes.

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-But it happened again.

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-The bulbs were on the ground.

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-Soil was around them.

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-There's an oak tree

-at the bottom of my garden.

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-The tree is bare this year.

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-Have mice, birds

-or squirrels caused this?

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-Could this explain everything?

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-You have sent us some images too.

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-Some garden animals

-can make these holes.

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-I don't think mice are responsible.

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-I think it might be squirrels.

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-There aren't any nuts

-around at the moment.

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-Therefore,

-they will eat your plants.

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-Place some chippings on

-or in the soil.

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-You can also sprinkle chilli

-over the chippings or the soil.

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-You can place skewers

-into the soil too.

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-They will prevent the squirrels

-going to your pots.

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-You can also feed the squirrels

-with your bird feeder.

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-Don't over feed them or they will

-bury the nuts in your plant pots!

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-Thank you for your question.

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-We hope Ieuan's advice is helpful.

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-Our next question

-is from Ann Jones from Tumble.

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-How do you get rid of mare's tail?

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-Thank you for your question, Ann.

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-This is a common question!

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-This is a stubborn weed.

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-They look like Christmas trees!

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-They are a long stem

-with sharp leaves.

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-The root can grow down

-in the soil to seven feet!

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-You can pull it and it will break.

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-It will grow back though.

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-It's been around for centuries.

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-It also grew when dinosaurs

-roamed the land!

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-The only solution is glyphosate

-in some weed killer.

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-However, not enough weed killer

-is soaked up by the roots.

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-It's important to add weed killer on

-several occasions in the summer.

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-It can also spread

-to other gardens.

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-I haven't succeeded to get rid

-of it from my garden too.

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-Thank you, Ieuan.

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-Thank you for your questions.

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-Tonight, Heno chats to Joe Woolford.

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-Joes hopes to represent the UK in

-this year's Eurovision Song Contest.

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-We find out about the new job

-of the hairstylist, Dafydd Rhys.

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-Rhodri Gomer keeps fit

-in a Clocsfit session.

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-They'll also be playing

-Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Yes, another winner has got 1,000.

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-Yes, another winner has got 1,000.

-

-A 1,000!

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-Oh, you've won 1,000.

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-I'm so excited

-and I've never seen so much money.

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-It's ringing.

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-It's one call every Wednesday night.

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-I won 1,000.

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-Thank you so much.

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-I love it, people win all the time

-and you only have to pick the phone.

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-I don't leave the house on Wednesday

-in case I get a call for the game.

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Make sure you watch tonight's Heno.

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-Next week,

-we'll celebrate St David's Day.

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-Some of us will partake

-in processions, Eisteddfods...

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-..and others will celebrate by

-savouring traditional Welsh foods.

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-Alison Huw has the very best

-Welsh cuisine for us today.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The country is full of delicacies.

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-There's plenty for us to enjoy.

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-Why not give a modern twist on

-a few traditional foods from Wales?

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-I've got a few suggestions.

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-We've got some Welsh cakes.

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-Maybe you're lucky enough to

-have a special family recipe.

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-The ingredients are simple

-to make Welsh cakes.

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-You can easily adapt a Welsh cake

-recipe with new ingredients.

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-Why not try Welsh cakes with

-cranberries and white chocolate?

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-Many people will think

-this is not very nice...

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-..but it's a great alternative

-for those who have a sweet tooth.

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-You can buy different

-varieties in stores.

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-There are many shops that serve

-all sorts of Welsh cakes too.

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-You can add dark chocolate

-and orange in your Welsh cakes.

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-I've added the zest of an orange

-to these Welsh cakes.

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-You can sample one if you want.

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-I've topped them with

-dark chocolate.

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-This is lovely.

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-They are very fresh in taste.

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-Serve Welsh cakes with

-some raspberries and cream.

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-You can serve them alongside

-a platter of Welsh cheeses.

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-Welsh cakes are considered

-as a sweet snack.

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-We often serve sweet digestive

-biscuits with cheeses, don't we?

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-You're able to enjoy

-a combination of sweet and savoury.

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-Choose your favourite Welsh cheeses

-and serve them with Welsh cakes.

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-You can serve it with salted butter

-and slices of apple.

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-There's a vast variety

-of Welsh cheeses available.

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-Bara brith is another Welsh classic.

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-Bara brith recipes vary

-from one area to another.

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-Many of the recipes are based

-on soaking dried fruit in tea.

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-You add your flour and eggs to it.

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-There's no fat in bara brith.

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-Bara brith is similar to a tea loaf.

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-Why not try using different tea?

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-You can use earl grey tea

-or fruit and herbal teas.

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-It provides a different taste.

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-What about using bara brith

-to make bread and butter pudding?

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-Use any dried bara brith for this.

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-Use bara brith, Welsh butter

-and plenty of Penderyn whiskey.

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-Next, we have Glamorgan sausages.

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-The sausages are packed

-with Caerphilly cheese and leek.

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-They also contain some mustard.

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-I've added chilli and paprika

-to these sausages.

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-Why not try lamb curry and leeks?

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-You can prepare cawl with lamb

-to serve on St David's Day.

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-Why not make a Welsh lamb curry

-with leeks and chilli?

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-Enjoy this fiery Welsh dragon curry!

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-Thank you, Alison.

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-After the break...

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-..Jamie Bevan chats about the

-autobiography of Ted Millward.

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-Steff will be in Llanrwst to see how

-the community deals with the floods.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Recently, we saw the launch

-of an autobiography...

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-..of the Welsh language campaigner,

-Tedi Millward...

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-..who was known as a quiet legend

-of our language and culture.

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-Tedi was one of the founders

-of Cymdeithas yr Iaith...

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-..and vice-president of Plaid Cymru.

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-Current chairman of

-Cymdeithas yr Iaith, Jamie Bevan...

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-..has written the foreword for the

-book and is here to tell us more.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The publishers got

-in contact with me.

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-They could see a similarity

-in my background and Tedi's.

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-They wanted me to go

-and chat to Tedi.

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-They wanted to blend this

-conversation through the book.

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-How did it feel to meet him?

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-I'm met many greats

-through my work.

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-It was a complete pleasure

-to meet Tedi.

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-There isn't much about Tedi's

-literature in this book.

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-There's mention of his academic work

-along with Hywel Teifi...

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-..and his work with

-the Victorian literature.

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-Tedi has worked on several levels

-of the language.

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-He was a campaigner and taught the

-language at second language too.

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-He was such an active person.

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-He was also a quite person.

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-He never wanted to be at the front.

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-He became known to us when

-Prince Charles came to Aberystwyth.

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-He had to teach Charles

-how to speak Welsh.

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-Many people spoke out about this.

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-But he was doing this for the sake

-of the language.

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-There are great photographs

-in the book.

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-Tedi's family ran a butchers

-in Merthyr Tydfil.

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-I also grew up in Merthyr Tydfil.

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-The place where the butcher's was

-hasn't changed at all.

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-You have many things in common

-with Tedi.

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-I'm not as academic as Tedi.

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-He came from Merthyr Tydfil

-like me...

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-..and we both came from non-Welsh

-speaking families...

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-..but we managed to change this.

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-Both of us also had an interest

-in the Air Cadets.

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-What does he think of Cymdeithas

-yr Iaith today?

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-We discussed

-Cymdeithas yr Iaith today.

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-I wanted to know his opinion

-on our partnerships today.

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-We discussed the latest campaign

-with the Welsh accommodation hall...

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-..in Aberystwyth.

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-Taith Rhyw Gymro: Tedi Millward

-by Jamie Bevan is 8.99 from Gomer.

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-The weather is great today.

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-However, over the past few months,

-we've experienced a lot of rain...

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-..that gushes from the mountains

-and into the rivers.

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-Llanrwst is a location that

-is very watchful of its rainfall.

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-Steff from the S4C weather team

-has been to Llanrwst...

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-..to learn more about

-the flood prevention systems.

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-Over the past decade, rainfall

-records have been repeatedly broken.

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-And this year is no exception.

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-In the wettest winter

-for a century...

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-..a year's worth of rain fell on the

-Snowdonia hillsides in three months.

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-Homes and businesses

-have been damaged due to flooding.

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-One place that's recorded

-the rainfall is Capel Curig...

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-..a remote village 200 metres above

-sea level in the heart of Snowdonia.

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-It's home to streams that

-flows into the River Conwy.

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-It feeds from a 590-square-kilometre

-and 55-kilometre-long basin...

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-..and flows through Betws-y-Coed and

-Llanrwst before stopping in Conwy...

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-..the River Conwy is one of

-the biggest rivers in North Wales.

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-Before the river reaches Llanrwst...

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-..three of the biggest tributaries

-amalgamate to form one high tide.

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-In 2004 and 2005,

-heavy rainfall and a high tide...

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-..caused the worst flooding

-on record for Llanrwst...

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-..where 100 properties

-were affected in the area.

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-Following this,

-7 million was spent in Llanrwst...

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-..for a system to prevent floods

-you'd only expect once in 200 years.

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-But what is being done in Llanrwst

-to prevent the flooding?

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-Deiniol Tegid works

-for Natural Resources Wales.

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-I met him to hear about

-plans for flood prevention.

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-Following the floods

-some ten to twelve years ago...

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-..we introduced flood defences

-to protect the agricultural land.

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-But it caused

-the river level to rise...

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-..and posed as

-a flood threat for Llanrwst.

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-When you erect

-these flood defences...

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-..do you have to consider

-the social factors and landscape?

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-Our main aim is to protect

-residents and their belongings.

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-Our statistics shows

-that it has saved Llanrwst...

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-..from numerous floods

-in the last five years.

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-A significant amount of rain

-falls on the mountains...

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-..and it all travels down

-to the Conwy Valley.

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-The water has to go somewhere

-and naturally it comes here.

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-A local businesswoman who lives

-on the shores of the River Conwy...

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-..is Dwynwen Berry.

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-Following 2004 and 2005,

-they erected flood defences.

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-Have you seen a difference

-since they were introduced?

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-Yes, to a certain degree,

-especially to the flow of the river.

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-Water runs down the mountainside

-into the river.

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-But when it's high it reaches the

-top of the stones on the other side.

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-When it very high, it breaks on to

-the land and reaches the hedgerows.

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-As a local businesswoman,

-you must be pleased with this work.

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-I'm pleased with anything

-that improves the town...

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-..and doesn't stop traffic

-from coming into the town.

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-Others who have gained educationally

-from this flood prevention system...

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-..is the pupils

-of Ysgol Dyffryn Conwy.

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-It plays an integral part of

-the curriculum across the board.

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-We study floods and climate change.

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-There's no better place than

-Llanrwst to studying floods.

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-We investigate the causes

-and effects of floods...

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-..economically, socially

-and environmentally.

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-A Level pupils study how floods

-are controlled in Llanrwst.

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-As residents of the area,

-you've witnessed a lot of floods.

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-We haven't seen effects as bad

-as this year since ten years.

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-It constantly rained here

-every day for nine weeks.

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-They were heavy downpours.

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-It took its toll and the river rose

-which lead to floods everywhere.

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-A lot of homes and businesses

-have been affected...

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-..but as youngsters living on farms,

-what affect did it have on you?

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-Once your farmland

-is submerged in water...

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-..we have to transport our animals

-to higher ground or into sheds.

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-Once that happens,

-your workload becomes greater.

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-With more rain

-expected in the future...

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-..these sort of systems are crucial

-for residents living on the shore...

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-..but the water must go somewhere.

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-Therefore either moving

-or solving the problem...

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-..is the aim of

-the flood prevention system.

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-After the break...

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-..Huw Rees has the latest bags

-from the high street for us.

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-We've got a feast of bags for you.

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-There's plenty of advice too!

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-Welcome back.

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-Huw Rees has brought the latest

-collection of bags to the studio.

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-Margaret is today's model.

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-I'm sure many women

-will be happy with this item.

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-It's heaven for us ladies.

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-A lot of men also like bags.

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-I get a thrill

-every time I buy a bag.

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-I can't imagine not having a bag.

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-Let's start.

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-That is beautiful.

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-This is a weekend bag.

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-You wouldn't use this bag every day.

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-Make sure you check bags

-like this have a large strap.

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-A lot of the airlines

-leave you take a bag on the plane.

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-You can take a bag like this

-and you could use it on holiday.

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-It's got a fancy tassel.

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-The fur tassels

-are very fashionable.

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-I like the black on black

-or tan on tan...

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-..but don't team a tassel

-with a busy bag.

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-Next, we have a messenger bag.

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-Margaret will hold the bag down.

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-This bag will hit your legs

-if you hold it like this and walk.

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-The corners of the bag are curved.

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-Some bags have a hard edge

-and will mark your legs.

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-I always look to check

-how the handles are on the bags.

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-If you carry too much in a bag

-that has the handles sewn on...

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-..it could break after a while.

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-It's difficult to say

-if it's plastic or leather.

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-A bag like this is very fashionable.

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-You can also buy a matching purse.

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-This bag is great

-if you wear a plain outfit.

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-A black or tan bag

-will be useful for many years.

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-When bags are thrown into

-a cupboard, they will break.

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-If the bags are kept in a box,

-make sure they are put in.

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-Burberry were a very big make

-last year.

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-They have decided to release

-one collection a year.

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-Chinese companies copy the designs

-of those bags on the catwalk.

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-Cheaper bags are out

-before the more expensive bags.

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-Burberry have brought

-back the backpacks.

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-Burberry have brought

-back the backpacks.

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-I can never see Margaret

-in a backpack!

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-However, this bag is great.

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-Margaret could wear it

-on her back...

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-..or you can hold

-the handle on the top.

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-I use a backpack on holiday once.

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-I didn't make it passed the airport!

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-I was fed up!

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-What do you have

-for us tomorrow, Huw?

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-Gwreiddiau Murray the Hump

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Yr ymgyrchydd iaith Jamie Bevan fydd yn y Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yn trafod bwyd a diod. Today on Prynhawn Da, we host our weekly book club and Alison Huw discusses food and drink.


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