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Wed, 25 Nov 2015

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-Hello and welcome to your

-Wednesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-It's 25 November

-so Christmas Day is a month today.

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-I'm sure Rhodri

-will be full of turkey!

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-Yes, and you'll be enjoying

-your brandy sauce.

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-Today, Gerallt is at a business on

-the site of the Rhydymain Creamery.

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-The panto season is underway.

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-Oh, no it isn't.

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-Oh, no it isn't.

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-Oh, yes it is!

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-We meet two people from the cast

-of Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

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-Our gift week continues

-with Ellen today.

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-I've got Christmas gifts under 10

-for your children.

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-Many young people in their twenties

-live with their parents.

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-Today, our special forum will

-discuss the boomerang generation.

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-Alison Huw looks at seasonal fruits

-that remind us of the summer sun.

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-There's ideas, chatting

-and fun on the programme.

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-Join Llinos and me for the next

-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with Geraint James

-from the shop, Awen Teifi.

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-He joins us to discuss one of the

-most popular Christmas gifts...

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-..namely autobiographies.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-There's a variety of autobiographies

-on sale this year.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-There's some great books on sale

-at the moment.

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-There's also some great books

-for children...

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-..but autobiographies

-are still very popular.

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-The autobiography

-by John Pierce Jones...

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-..is called Yr Hen Ddyddiadau.

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-I'm surprised that he hasn't

-written one before.

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-He started as a policeman...

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-..but finally got into the world

-of acting.

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-He featured in a film for

-It's My Shout on Heno.

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-He's also on Heno tomorrow night.

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-I didn't realize that

-he's had dark times.

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-Yes, and he tells us that

-in the book.

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-This book is worth reading.

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-John Pierce Jones'

-Yr Hen Ddyddiadau...

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-..is published by Gwasg Carreg

-Gwalch and is 9.50.

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-Tweli Griffiths

-has written an autobiography...

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-..called Yn Ei Chanol Hi.

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-He's from the Pencader area.

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-He's been prominent on our

-television screens for many years.

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-He was there when the

-Berlin Wall fell.

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-Tweli appeared on Heno last week.

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-He also interviewed Gaddafi.

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-We saw photographs from his book

-on Heno recently.

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-Tweli has won a host of awards.

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-In the book, he mentioned that it

-was difficult...

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-..for him to travel to so many

-places.

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-He found it hard to be away from

-his family.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-He also struggled with

-his family life.

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-We read all about this in his book.

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-Tweli Griffiths has an autobiography

-called Yn Ei Chanol Hi...

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-..which is published by Y Lolfa and

-is 9.99.

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-Dianc i Rhyddid is the name

-of D T Davies autobiography.

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-D T Davies' Dianc i Rhyddid...

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-..is published by Gwasg Gomer

-and is 8.99.

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-This is an excellent book.

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-D T Davies was asked to write this

-book by his grandchildren.

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-It's about his time as a soldier in

-North Africa, Crete and Greece.

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-He was a prisoner of war.

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-Thankfully, he was released.

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-We also know him as a councillor

-in the Carmarthenshire area.

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-I'm delighted that he's written

-this book.

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-He spoke about the book

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-D T Davies was asked to write this

-book by his grandchildren.

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-D T Davies' Dianc i Rhyddid...

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-..is published by Gwasg Gomer

-and is 8.99.

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-Next, we have Toni Caroll

-and Tynnu Colur.

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-This is a wonderful book.

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-Toni is an actress and singer.

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-She's incredibly talented.

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-The book follows her career

-around the world...

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-..with the pleasure boat trips...

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-..and the performances she's held.

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-This is a very honest book.

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-You really get to know the

-character.

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-I worked with Toni on Pryd o Ser.

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-Toni Caroll's Tynnu Colur...

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-..is published by Gwasg Gomer

-and is 8.99.

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-We move to sport and rugby with

-the JJ Williams autobiography...

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-..called The Life and Times

-of a Rugby Legend.

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-I was at the launch of the

-autobiography.

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-This book shows his athletics

-and business.

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-Yes, and everyone knows about him in

-the rugby world...

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-..but this book shows the person

-behind the rugby pitch.

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-He's an athlete and also a

-businessman.

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-It was great to get to know him

-through this book.

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-There's also an autobiography

-from Bryan yr Organ...

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-..called O Ffyrgi i Ffaro.

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-This man is a real character.

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-You get to know him in the book.

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-He's a loveable character.

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-He was adopted as a child.

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-We all know about him as he features

-on Tommo's radio programme.

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-There's no telling what he'll say.

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-Next, we meet a young Dolgellau

-family to hear of their venture...

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-..on the former site

-of the Rhydymain Creamery.

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-Wyn Rowlands builds sheds and

-his wife, Angharad is a teacher.

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-Their youngest child, Iago has the

-rare condition of Williams syndrome.

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-As a result, Angharad became his

-carer and runs the family business.

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-Gerallt has been to meet them.

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-After years of successful trading...

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-..the Rhydymain Creamery

-closed 20 years ago.

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-For the last 18 months...

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-..Wyn and Angharad Rowlands

-opened the site for self-storage...

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-..and the sales of various products.

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-Neither have been able

-to draw breath in recent months.

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-Why on earth did you decide to buy

-the Rhydymain Creamery?

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-A few people have asked me that.

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-I'd pass the site

-and it was wasting away.

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-Buying the site was a good

-addition to our current business...

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-..of metal work and building sheds.

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-Iago had an important part

-to play in this story too.

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-Iago is one of the main reasons

-for buying the site.

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-Last year, he was diagnosed

-with Williams syndrome.

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-It's a very rare, genetic condition

-that causes a number of problems.

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-It meant that we spent

-a lot of time in hospital.

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-I wanted to care for him

-but still work...

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-..so I look after the self-storage,

-customers and contractors.

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-It works around our family life.

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-Finding a new way of running

-our lives is working so far.

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-The creamery was an important

-employer in Rhydymain...

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-..and the recent developments

-have stirred a number of memories.

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-This was the laboratory and I'm sure

-it was a lively place to work.

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-Yes, it was lively and a lot of fun.

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-This is where

-we sterilized the bottles...

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-..and made preparations

-for testing the milk and the butter.

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-Its closure marks the transformation

-of the Welsh countryside.

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-It was a great blow to the area

-as many people were dismissed.

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-It's wonderful that the site has

-been transformed from the rubble.

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-Don't ask about Geraint Wyn Jones

-at Rhydymain...

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-..but everyone knows Ger Bach who

-runs the shop and carpenter's store.

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-My father and grandfather worked

-here when it was a milk factory.

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-I'd come here

-and it felt very special.

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-It's fair to say that you sell

-everything under the sun!

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-People can see what we have and I'll

-re-stock the items that sell best.

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-It's still early days but great

-for the family to work together...

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-..and create something that

-we can be proud of in the future.

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-Good luck to Wyn and Angharad

-with their business.

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-After the break,

-Erfyl Ogwen Parry and Sian Davies...

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-..discuss the pantomime,

-Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

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-We'll have a studio full

-of gift ideas with Ellen Llewellyn.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-It's the pantomime season

-- oh, yes it is!

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-My two guests are busy preparing

-for a special production...

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-..called Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

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-Erfyl Ogwen Parry and Sian Davies,

-welcome to the programme.

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-It's fair to say

-that you love pantomimes, Erfyl.

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-Yes, and I've lost count of the

-number of years I've done them.

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-It must be at least 18 years

-but they are all very different.

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-We use elements of pantomime as

-opposed to being quite traditional.

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-We don't have Welsh translations of

-Aladdin or Jack and the Beanstalk.

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-We tend to use Welsh legends and

-some of them are relatively unknown.

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-This year,

-we have Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

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-It's our aim to introduce these

-ancient legends to a new audience.

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-This is your first historic

-pantomime with Cwmni Mega.

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-Yes, but I have played the Prince

-in Cinderella in the past.

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-However, I get to play the baddie

-in Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

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-How does this pantomime

-differ from other pantomimes?

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-Cinderella followed the

-traditional story that we all know.

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-This pantomime is totally new so

-it gives you more scope as an actor.

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-We've seen you on Gwaith Cartref so

-how does it feel to be on the stage?

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-It's a completely different process.

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-Erfyl is laughing so does that mean

-he's giving you a hard time?

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-No, we have a lot of fun.

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-You can stop and start

-with television...

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-..but you never know how an audience

-is going to react...

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-..so you do have a few things

-that you need them to do.

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-The show changes from rehearsals

-to onstage performances.

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-What can you tell us

-about the script?

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-Once again, Dafydd Emyr

-is responsible for the script.

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-He's focused on the story of Lludd,

-the son of Beli Mawr...

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-..so we introduce the Britons

-to children, parents and teachers.

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-This stems from ancient times

-and the first century.

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-Dafydd Hywel is the king

-of pantomimes in Wales.

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-Is he a difficult person?

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-Is he a difficult person?

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-I'd rather not talk about it.

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-No, it's a lot of fun.

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-I don't know how he's still going.

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-If it wasn't for him, children

-wouldn't get to enjoy theatre.

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-Dafydd likes to see children

-enjoying themselves.

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-It's the first time that they see

-the lights and hear live music.

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-We have a band and dancers too.

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-Dafydd Hywel loves dancing

-as he was trained in London.

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-We're rehearsing the dances

-on Sunday so I hope that goes well.

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-Who else is in the cast?

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-There's the sisters,

-Lisa Marged and Lucy Hannah.

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-We have Guto Wynne Davies

-and Dafydd Emyr plays the baddie.

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-Trystan Ellis-Morris plays the king.

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-There's a giant, dragon and witch

-so it sounds like a lot of fun.

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-It isn't a typical pantomime

-such as Cinderella...

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-..but there's elements of pantomime

-and audience participation.

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-It's like a history lesson

-but it isn't boring.

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-You introduce history through

-singing and light entertainment...

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-..and a lot of jokes.

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-They leave the theatre

-and remember some of the themes.

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-Last year, we had the story

-of Patagonia which was aptly timed.

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-They leave the theatre

-having learnt these names.

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-Are you both happy

-with the singing and dancing?

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-Yes, I love dancing!

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-Have you got any tights?

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-Yes, I've actually got green

-tights so I look like a sprout!

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-Tell today's viewers about

-where they can see the pantomime.

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-It opens in Aberystwyth on Friday...

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-..before moving to Rhyl,

-Carmarthen and Llanelli.

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-We're in Bangor, Criccieth

-and Builth Wells.

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-Details of your tour

-have been on the screen.

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-I'm sure you'll have even more fun

-on the tour.

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-How many performances are there?

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-How many performances are there?

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-I'm not sure.

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-There's more than enough

-and more than one a day.

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-Good luck to you and Melltith

-y Brenin Lludd sounds great.

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-Thank you both very much.

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-Go and see the pantomime

-if you get the chance.

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-I'm in a pantomime in Penarth next

-week.

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-Ellen Llewellyn has joined me now.

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-We've set you

-a difficult challenge today.

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-We wanted you to find an array

-of gift ideas under 10.

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-Yes, I've had quite the challenge.

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-I've been searching for gifts

-for under 10.

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-This can be difficult for children.

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-However, many items are available.

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-I've been to some independent shops

-and some online shops.

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-Children love to have items

-that contains their name.

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-The cups are 5 each.

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-They are plastic and are great.

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-The t-shirt is 10 by Igam Ogam.

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-You could go online and order a DVD.

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-Minions and Inside Out

-are very popular.

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-Technology is great.

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-If you know a child will be having

-an iPad for Christmas...

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-..you could buy them a case.

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-All children love arts and crafts.

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-This next item is great.

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-The colouring bag is 3.99

-from Home Bargains.

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-You can also purchase some crayons

-and take them whilst travelling.

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-Jigsaws and wooden toys

-are great for small children.

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-They also look great.

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-I have a collection

-from Eve's Toy Shop in Llandeilo.

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-All children also like

-to receive a book.

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-You can get some great Welsh books

-for under 5.

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-The wooden plane is 8.99

-from Eve's Top Shop in Llandeilo.

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-Some of these wooden toys

-are under 5.

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-Many children collect toys.

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-Sylvanian families

-can be expensive.

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-My daughter has asked

-for the house...

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-..and I've told her to ask relatives

-for other items for this house.

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-You could also approach a parent

-to ask what item they need...

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-..within their collection.

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-Frozen and Star Wars

-are still popular.

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-They love Frozen items.

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-The Elsa socks are 6.00

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-The Star Wars pants are 10.00

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-The items are practical, but

-the children will also love them.

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-Games are still very popular.

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-Many of these games can be purchased

-for under 10.

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-The Air Hockey is 9.99 from Argos.

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-This is also a great gift

-for multiple children.

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-I've cheated on the end.

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-These three items are 15 each.

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-They come from Boots.

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-However, these were on the 3 for 2.

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-This is a great way of buying gifts

-for more than one child.

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-Black Friday is coming up this week.

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-You can find plenty of bargains.

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-Thank you, Ellen.

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-After the break, our forum will be

-discussing the boomerang generation.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Have you heard about the boomerang

-generation or boomerang kids?

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-More and more people

-in their twenties...

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-..are returning to live

-with their parents for many reasons.

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-We're joined by some of those people

-to discuss this new phenomenon.

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-Hana Medi and Nadine Kurton,

-welcome to the programme.

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-Huw Bala is a father who has

-welcomed one of his children...

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-..back into the family home.

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-Hana has just moved back

-to the family home.

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-I've lived in Cardiff

-for the past five years.

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-I went to Cardiff University and

-lived there a year after graduating.

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-Three weeks ago,

-I returned to live with my parents.

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-I wanted to move home to save money.

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-We have three children.

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-Three weeks ago, our 25-year-old

-daughter, Indeg moved back.

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-Ffion lives in Bristol, Indeg is now

-home and Trystan is travelling.

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-However, we expect that Trystan will

-move back home when he returns.

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-Similar to Hana...

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-..our children moved away, but want

-to move home to save some money.

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-Since the age of 23, I've lived at

-home on an on off basis.

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-However, I've moved out for the

-first time.

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-Is it difficult to move home?

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-It was a difficult decision as many

-of my friends live in Cardiff.

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-The step to move home

-after university is difficult.

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-It wasn't ideal,

-but I need to save money.

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-Cardiff is an hour away from my work

-as is Drefach, Felindre.

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-I didn't save any more money

-by living in Cardiff.

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-I don't have any rules.

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-My parents ask me to buy my own

-food and prepare my own meals.

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-That is the only rule.

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-My parents run a pub and

-so we don't see a lot of each other.

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-It is slightly different to how it

-was when I was at home previously.

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-I can make my own plans

-on the weekend.

0:29:430:29:46

-My mother does my washing...

0:29:460:29:50

-..but my grandmother also helps.

0:29:500:30:03

-How does it feel to have your child

-back in the house?

0:30:030:30:11

-I'm sure Trystan will return too

-after his travels.

0:30:110:30:18

-Children go away to college

-and only come back occasionally.

0:30:180:30:27

-Indeg was studying to be a teacher.

0:30:270:30:34

-Indeg used to live

-with friends in Cardiff...

0:30:340:30:40

-..before she decided to return home

-to save on rent.

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-We had an empty room for her.

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-We had to continue to pay the bills

-for the house.

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-It made no difference to us.

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-I'm happy that she's moved home.

0:31:030:31:14

-The food shopping costs more.

0:31:140:31:29

-Our children are in a trap

-of having to pay all of the bills.

0:31:310:31:35

-She lived in Cardiff

-and works in Cardiff.

0:31:350:31:41

-If she wants to stay,

-we might have to sell the house!

0:31:490:31:54

-Her friends have always come over

-to our house.

0:31:550:31:58

-We're used to them.

0:31:580:32:04

-Her friends have been her friends

-since school.

0:32:040:32:16

-I graduated from

-Cardiff University in 2008...

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-..before getting a part-time job at

-Real Radio.

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-I was in the job for two years.

0:32:300:32:35

-My parents live 15 minutes away

-from Llanelli...

0:32:350:32:40

-..and the responsible thing to do

-was to move home.

0:32:400:32:49

-We occasionally argued...

0:32:490:32:53

-..but they respected me as an adult.

0:32:530:33:01

-I've done the right thing.

0:33:010:33:04

-I have money and have managed to buy

-my own house now.

0:33:040:33:08

-You obviously deserve

-a Salt of the Earth plate, Huw.

0:33:080:33:12

-These are the details your

-children will need to contact us.

0:33:120:33:17

-Over the years, I've presented

-Salt of the Earth plates...

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-..to hundreds of worthy recipients

-all over Wales.

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-I'm sure there's someone in your

-area who deserves this accolade.

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-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-You can email us at

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-Alternatively, contact us

-via Facebook or Twitter.

0:33:430:33:47

-We look forward to hearing from you.

0:33:470:33:51

-Mari from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

0:33:550:33:58

-What delights have you got for us

-on Heno this evening?

0:33:580:34:02

-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

0:34:030:34:07

-It's Wednesday which means you could

-win between 50 and 1,000...

0:34:070:34:11

-..in our competition,

-Fancy A Fortune?

0:34:110:34:15

-It's the last

-Fancy A Fortune tonight...

0:34:160:34:20

-..before our Christmas Cracker

-Competition next week.

0:34:200:34:25

-The phone lines open at 7.00pm and

-I'll set the all-important question.

0:34:250:34:30

-Last night, the actor Dafydd Emyr

-joined me on the sofa...

0:34:300:34:34

-..to chat about the Cwmni Mega

-pantomime, Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

0:34:340:34:39

-We sent our cameras

-to the final dress rehearsal...

0:34:390:34:43

-..of the Cwmni Mega pantomime,

-Melltith y Brenin Lludd.

0:34:440:34:48

-Heledd is in Aberystwyth at

-the launch of the autobiography...

0:34:480:34:52

-..of the farmer and singer,

-Dafydd Edwards.

0:34:530:34:57

-The Merched y Wawr in Mochdre

-has a Christmas coffee morning...

0:34:580:35:03

-..on Friday at Capel y Rhos

-at 10.00am and all are welcome.

0:35:030:35:09

-After the break, we're joined

-in the studio by Alison Huw.

0:35:090:35:14

-Alison looks at the seasonal fruits

-that are all good for us.

0:35:140:35:19

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-Welcome back.

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-How many of you remember having a

-clementine, tangerine or orange...

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-..at the bottom

-of your Christmas stocking?

0:35:390:35:43

-These fruit are all linked

-with the Christmas season.

0:35:430:35:46

-The good news is that these fruit

-are nutritious and full of vitamins.

0:35:460:35:50

-Welcome to the programme, Alison.

0:35:500:35:52

-Thank you.

0:35:520:36:05

-The table looks great.

0:36:060:36:11

-These fruit are very colourful.

0:36:110:36:16

-They add colour to grey days.

0:36:160:36:23

-I wanted to start with the satsuma,

-clementine and tangerine.

0:36:240:36:31

-The family name for the fruit

-is the mandarin.

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-They are just the same

-as an apple...

0:36:380:36:43

-..in that you have various names.

0:36:440:36:52

-Tangerines are easier to peel.

0:36:520:37:05

-Satsumas have thinner peel.

0:37:060:37:09

-Do any of these not have pips?

0:37:090:37:13

-Satsumas don't have pips.

0:37:130:37:17

-A mandarin is the original fruit

-from China...

0:37:170:37:22

-..and it's the only one with pips.

0:37:220:37:29

-This family of fruit spell

-Christmas!

0:37:290:37:34

-They are so easy to use.

0:37:350:37:42

-You can put them in the lunchboxes

-of your children.

0:37:420:37:53

-I've prepared a pickle with whole

-tangerines.

0:37:530:38:01

-This is made with

-vinegar and sugar...

0:38:020:38:13

-..and is a great accompaniment

-for goose.

0:38:130:38:25

-You can also have a mandarin salad

-served with pecans and cheese.

0:38:250:38:32

-They are very fresh.

0:38:320:38:38

-You could also add some Parma ham.

0:38:390:38:50

-Pavlovas are often served with

-an array of berries...

0:38:500:38:57

-..but I think it's great with

-mandarin.

0:38:570:39:02

-Add the mandarin juice and zest...

0:39:020:39:07

-..with the cream on the mandarin.

0:39:070:39:13

-I also have thinly sliced carrots...

0:39:130:39:22

-..that are baked in foil...

0:39:220:39:34

-..with some thyme and wine and the

-mandarin juice and butter.

0:39:340:39:43

-It creates a wonderful sauce with

-the carrots.

0:39:430:39:47

-I've also got a juice.

0:39:480:39:59

-It can be served with some bubbly!

0:39:590:40:08

-Keep the zest from the fruit...

0:40:080:40:15

-..because they work better than

-firelighters!

0:40:160:40:20

-I love pomegranates.

0:40:200:40:27

-I never buy them!

0:40:280:40:31

-They can be difficult to eat.

0:40:310:40:36

-I used to eat them with a pin.

0:40:360:40:40

-You can slice them in half...

0:40:400:40:44

-..and smack the back over a bowl.

0:40:440:40:48

-The seeds should drop out.

0:40:480:40:59

-There's also the persimmon

-or Sharon Fruit.

0:41:000:41:03

-You can eat it by itself.

0:41:030:41:06

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:060:41:08

-Lowri Cooke reviews the latest

-Tom Hanks film, Bridge of Spies.

0:41:080:41:12

-It's important to us and the country

-that this man gets a fair say.

0:41:120:41:15

-American justice

-will be put on trial.

0:41:160:41:18

-Of course, when you put it that way

-it's an honour to be asked...

0:41:180:41:21

-..but I'm an insurance lawyer, I

-haven't done criminal work in years.

0:41:210:41:25

-We open the doors

-of the surgery with Dr Ann.

0:41:250:41:27

-Helen Humphreys looks at the

-best party shoes on the high street.

0:41:280:41:31

-Fferm Ffactor: Brwydr y Ffermwyr

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:310:41:35

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:350:41:36

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Ellen Llewelyn fydd yma gydag awgrymiadau am anrhegion Nadolig sy'n costio llai na £10 i blant. Tips on buying gifts costing less than £10 for kids and food and drink advice with Alison.


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