Wed, 25 Oct 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 25 Oct 2017

Byddwn yn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau, ceir tips steilio a chyngor bwyd a diod. We open the doors of our book club and offer plenty of styling, food and drink tips.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Wednesday 25 October.

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-The month has flown by

-and it's two months until Christmas.

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-We're half way through the week and

-have another jam-packed programme.

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-In a moment, we chat

-to the author, Gareth Evans.

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-We've also got this for you today.

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-We reminisce about the damage

-caused by the Royal Charter Storm...

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-..during the 19th century.

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-The clocks go back on Saturday which

-means it'll get darker earlier...

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-..so Elen Van Bodegom looks

-at snuggly home furnishings.

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-Christmas is only 60 days away

-and we all need to save some money.

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-Gwion Dafydd has advice for us.

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-There's news for those who want to

-join next year's Eisteddfod choir.

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-Alison Huw looks at

-different ways of using pasta.

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-There's plenty of advice and much

-of it is linked with Christmas!

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-Join Sian and me

-for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme by opening

-the covers of our Book Club.

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-It's a warm welcome

-to Gareth Evans...

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-..who has published his debut novel

-for young people...

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-..called Gethin Nyth Bran.

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-Welcome to the programme, Gareth.

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-Gethin Nyth Bran is Welsh

-Book of the Month for Children.

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-Congratulations to you.

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-Tell us about yourself.

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-I'm from Penparc in Aberystwyth.

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-I went to university

-to study Drama and German.

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-I started working for Radio Cymru

-in Bangor.

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-I moved into television and

-worked on the series, Dinas.

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-Sian might recall it!

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-I went to work on Pobol y Cwm.

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-I've been there for 20 years.

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-I've been a television and

-film scriptwriter for some time.

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-Why did you go to Spain?

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-I went to Spain due to my wife!

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-I lived in Spain for two years.

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-We also lived in Germany

-for seven years.

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-My wife is German too.

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-Gethin Nyth Bran is your

-debut novel.

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-Writing a novel is totally different

-to scriptwriting.

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-When you write a script,

-you have a template in your head.

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-Writing prose is very different.

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-You have to think about what you

-can't say when you write a novel.

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-I wanted to get

-the appropriate tone.

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-I had help from the publishers

-and this novel is the result.

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-Why write for young people?

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-Gethin Nyth Bran

-is suitable for young readers.

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-I wanted to write a novel

-that suited my children.

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-I wrote a story and showed it

-to Myrddin at the publishing house.

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-The story is in three parts.

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-It flits back and forth

-from the past and present.

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-The third section is in the future.

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-My children

-enjoyed reading the story.

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-This was a few years ago.

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-I continued to write the book

-after this.

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-My children have had a copy of

-the novel but have yet to read it!

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-The book is set in the past too.

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-The story stems back many centuries.

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-It takes us back to 1713...

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-..when Guto Nyth Bran

-was a youngster.

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-The Wales of yesteryear

-was very different.

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-It was a time before

-the Industrial Revolution.

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-The population was quite similar.

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-People didn't move around a lot

-and remained in their communities.

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-There are many areas that are still

-strong in the Welsh language too.

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-There's a chapter that's historical.

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-It puts the character

-into his context.

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-This was Myrddin's idea.

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-He suggested that we add

-a historical aspect to the novel.

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-It's difficult to work out

-what is true in this book.

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-There's little information

-about Guto Nyth Bran.

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-He is a mythical character.

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-There's mention of the character

-in a book by Glanffrwd.

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-There are many people

-who recall the legend of Guto too.

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-Gethin Nyth Bran is published by

-Gwasg Carreg Gwalch and is 5.99.

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-Thank you, Gareth.

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-The Royal Charter Storm

-on 25 and 26 October 1859...

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-..was one of the strongest storms in

-the Irish Sea in the 19th century.

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-It not only damaged the ship but

-also the coast of Ceredigion Bay.

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-The Royal Charter ship had a strong

-connection from the beginning.

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-This ship was built in Sandycroft...

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-..and heavy with gold on its voyage

-home from Melbourne in Australia.

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-They left Dun Laoghaire on

-25 October under Captain Taylor...

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-..on the last leg

-of their journey to Liverpool...

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-..that took them very close

-to the North Wales coast.

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-The storm rose up

-as they approached Anglesey.

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-With winds of 100mph, it made the

-conditions almost impossible...

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-..and the ship was thrown onto the

-rocks and over 450 people died.

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-This storm is on record

-at the Met Office in Exeter.

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-We have one of the weather charts

-of a famous tragedy in Wales.

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-This is the chart

-of the Royal Charter Storm.

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-This is the Met Office's chart

-of 26 October 1859.

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-We can see the hurricane force winds

-that took place that evening.

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-Over 450 people lost their lives

-off the coast of Anglesey.

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-A total of 133 boats were lost on

-the British coast during the storm.

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-It damaged many buildings such as St

-Brynach's Church at Cwm yr Eglwys.

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-The small church

-was built in the 14th century...

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-..and it was almost demolished

-during the Royal Charter Storm.

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-They had to finish early

-or they could have been drowned.

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-What about all the bones that

-were washed away from the cemetery?

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-There was a lot of large holes

-and the water washed the soil away.

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-That soil contained bones

-from the cemetery.

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-The bones were reburied at

-St Brynach's Church in Dinas Cross.

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-A year later,

-as a result of that storm...

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-..the Met Office started releasing

-predictions of bad weather...

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-..which marked the start

-of the weather forecast in Britain.

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-It's a very interesting story.

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-That's one of my favourite places

-in Wales.

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-After the break...

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-..Elen Van Bodegom snuggles up

-for some interior design advice.

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-Christmas is one of the most

-expensive times of the year...

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-..so Gwion Dafydd

-offers some money-saving advice.

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-Welcome back.

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-On Saturday evening,

-we'll be turning our clocks back.

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-It means an extra hour in bed

-but it'll get darker earlier...

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-..and many of us will feel

-like the winter has arrived.

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-It's the ideal time to snuggle up

-in front of the fire...

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-..and Elen Van Bodegom joins us

-with some cosy home furnishings.

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-I hope that these items...

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-..make you want to snuggle up.

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-It's been quite mild so far.

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-It hasn't been cold as yet.

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-We've got a lot of things

-to keep you warm...

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-..when the cold weather arrives.

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-We start with the 15 duvet cover

-for a single bed.

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-This looks like real wool.

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-It's a print.

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-It's only 15.

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-I've also got a fluffy fitted sheet.

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-It looks like a fleece.

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-I've never seen that before.

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-It's also from Next.

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-There's also covers to go

-with the bed.

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-I would be too warm in that.

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-It's fine if you like a cold room.

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-We can move to the beanbag.

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-it's 40 from TK Maxx.

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-It's 40 from TK Maxx.

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-Crushed velvet is very popular.

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-It feels lovely next to the skin.

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-Crushed velvet is popular

-in clothes...

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-..and it follows suit

-in interior design.

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-I want to touch everything.

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-I've got a fluffy stool for 60.

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-It's from TK Maxx.

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-There's also a draught excluder.

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-It's 35 from Laura Ashley.

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-We have a cream rug

-from Laura Ashley...

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-..which is 55.

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-It's quite expensive for the price.

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-You need to be cautious

-around this rug as it's very pale.

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-There's a large cream rug from next.

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-There's a large cream rug from Next.

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-It's 75.

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-It's easier to clean.

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-It's important to have a rug

-to make a room warm.

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-Lights also add warmth.

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-It looks like crushed velvet.

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-This is 22 from Next.

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-I've also got some tartan.

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-This is 60 from Laura Ashley.

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-It's important to have pale bulbs.

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-I've also got a mixture of cushions

-on the sofa.

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-We've got a fleece and a throw too.

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-The throws can range in prices.

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-We've got a great one with pompoms.

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-It's from Next.

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-There's also

-a double-sided cushion.

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-It's brown on one side

-and cream on the other.

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-It's a great idea.

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-These colours will

-suit a lot of rooms.

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-Many of you know that we're running

-our Christmas Carol Competition...

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-..but time is running out

-for you to send us your entries.

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-These are the details you'll need

-if you want to enter.

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-Do you have a teacher

-who can compose music?

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-Does your school boast a musical

-talent that should be recognized?

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-The Christmas Carol Competition

-is back!

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-You can showcase your creative

-talents by pleasing our judges...

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-..Steffan Rhys Hughes

-and Elin Llwyd.

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-Are you going to step up

-to the challenge?

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-For more information,

-call us on 01554 880 901.

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-Good luck to you all!

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-The closing date for the Christmas

-Carol Competition is this Friday.

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-It's time to welcome Gwion Dafydd

-to the studio.

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-Gwion's here to tell us the best

-ways to save money for Christmas.

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-There's a lot of financial strain

-on parents at this time of year...

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-..but you can make some savings

-and grab a few bargains too.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Christmas is still far away...

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-..but it's important

-to start saving money already.

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-You should start early.

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-I always keep an eye out

-for items for Christmas...

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-..from the start of September.

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-We start with Black Friday.

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-It's on 24 November.

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-This started in America.

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-It follows Thanksgiving in America.

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-The shops tend to slash their

-prices at this time of year.

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-This isn't always true.

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-They will slash their prices

-on some things...

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-..and there are bargains

-to be found.

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-What about Cyber Monday?

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-There's also Cyber Monday.

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-This follows Black Friday.

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-They sell items that

-can't be sold on the Friday.

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-You should start shopping online.

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-Quidco is a great website to use.

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-You can make a lot of savings

-in some of the shops.

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-The savings can range from about

-1% to 5% and more.

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-It's similar to Top Cashback.

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-You can also try Top CashBack.

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-It's great for using eBay.

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-You can shop around online.

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-There's a lot of things

-that are similar.

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-You can fill your basket

-in one shop...

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-..and do the same in another shop...

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-..and compare the prices.

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-Some shops will realize that

-you don't buy some of the things...

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-..and they could contact you

-and offer a discount.

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-This isn't always true

-for all websites.

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-When buying online,

-there is also a charge for postage.

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-You can Click and Collect

-with some ideas.

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-I don't do the shopping

-for skin cream!

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-It's my wife!

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-She wanted three things for her

-skincare products.

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-She wanted three things

-for her skincare products.

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-I shopped around

-and can save quite a bit of money.

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-I noticed that the offical site

-offered some freebies...

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-..but it still didn't match

-the savings you could meet.

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-What about apps?

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-There's an App of the Month.

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-All you need is one password

-to get on the app...

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-..to find all your passwords

-for the other websites.

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-It's called Last Pass.

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-It does help if you have

-a lot of different passwords.

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-Make sure you remember

-that password!

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-The best deals of the week next

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-I've got a deal for Travel Zoo.

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-They had two restaurants

-from West Wales on their site.

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-You can buy a voucher

-for these restaurants.

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-Nuisance calls are terrible.

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-You can press the red button

-to stop the calls!

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-I could use that for my girlfriend!

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-After the break...

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-..we have some exciting news

-if you want to join the choir...

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-..for the National Eisteddfod

-in Cardiff next year.

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-Welcome back.

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-Our next stop is Caernarfon.

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-Gerallt has a guest with news

-of the 2017 National Eisteddfod.

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-Welcome to Caernarfon...

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-..and to Elen Elis, the organizer

-of the National Eisteddfod.

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-The views of Anglesey remind us of

-a successful Eisteddfod in Bodedern.

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-It's time to start thinking

-about attracting new members...

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-..to the Eisteddfod Choir

-for the 2018 Eisteddfod in Cardiff.

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-First, take us back to the opening

-concert with the choir in Bodedern.

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-Aled and Dafydd from Cowbois

-Rhos Botwnnog did a great job...

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-..with Guto Dafydd, Paul Mealor,

-Graham Davies and John Quirk.

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-It was very exciting

-with a full orchestra...

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-..an incredible choir

-and some wonderful soloists.

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-What feedback did you get

-from the members of the choir...

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-..in the year that marked

-a century since Hedd Wyn's death?

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-It was an important event

-and we had to mark this occasion.

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-Mari Pritchard and Siwan Llynor

-were both part of a great team...

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-..and the choir were part of it too

-and part of a community initiative.

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-They enjoyed it.

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-I've spoken to Mari and the feedback

-from all involved has been great...

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-..and I'm very proud

-of this project.

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-Cardiff is getting closer

-every day...

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-..and you need people to join the

-Cardiff National Eisteddfod Choir.

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-We want people to turn up, dedicate

-themselves to this and have fun.

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-We launched the project last Sunday

-at the Reardon Smith Theatre.

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-Over 450 people have signed up

-and we're still expecting more.

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-It's going to be a massive choir

-for this experimental project.

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-There isn't a Pavilion so the choir

-can perform in a new setting.

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-Yes, and it's a great opportunity

-for all the performers...

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-..to appear on the Donald Gordon

-Stage in the Millennium Centre.

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-They will work with technicians,

-lighting experts and stage hands.

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-There's also an incredible

-artistic team there too...

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-..with the second half

-of Teilwng Yw'r Oen.

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-People remember the version

-from the 1970s.

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-We've gone back to Handel's Messiah

-and Mei Gwynedd and John Quirk...

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-..are working

-on a new rock arrangement.

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-The first half features a new spin

-on iconic Welsh music.

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-Geraint Cynan

-is arranging that music.

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-I'll give you the example of the

-Brandenburg Concerto No 6 by Bach.

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-It's a busy piece that leads into

-Safwn Yn Y Bwlch by Hogia'r Wyddfa.

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-Geraint Cynan has very cleverly

-intertwined these pieces.

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-Many will remember the successful

-Eisteddfod of Abergavenny...

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-..and people of that area

-could join the choir in Cardiff.

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-Many who have registered

-are part of established choirs...

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-..as well as those who were in the

-Monmouthshire Eisteddfod Choir.

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-A lot of non-Welsh speakers enjoyed

-singing in Welsh so all are welcome.

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-The choir is an important part

-of the Eisteddfod.

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-Welsh speakers and non-Welsh

-speakers can be part of this.

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-Yes, you don't have to understand

-a language to be able to sing.

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-You can learn, socialize

-and be part of something fun.

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-People will feel proud to be part of

-something on a professional stage...

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-..that they share

-with a large group of people...

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-..and led by the baton

-of Jeff Howard.

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-The Welsh language

-is integral to it all...

0:31:490:31:53

-..but people

-can still enjoy themselves.

0:31:530:31:57

-At the end of the week,

-they can say "I was there!"

0:31:570:32:03

-Those in Cardiff

-should join the choir.

0:32:240:32:27

-Every day on Heno this week...

0:32:270:32:30

-..we're had examples of dogs

-that have done something special...

0:32:310:32:36

-..to encourage you to enter your dog

-as the next Gelert.

0:32:360:32:40

-For all those many dog lovers

-out there...

0:32:410:32:45

-..we're searching for special dogs

-that really have the woof factor.

0:32:450:32:51

-Do you know of a pug or poodle that

-has transformed somebody's life?

0:32:510:32:57

-Do you own a sheepdog or whippet

-with a heroic story?

0:32:570:33:01

-Over the next few weeks,

-we'll travel across Wales...

0:33:020:33:06

-..in search of the surprising

-stories of brave, remarkable dogs.

0:33:070:33:12

-If you know the new Gelert of Wales,

-email prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

0:33:170:33:22

-Your dog doesn't need to have walked

-hundreds of miles...

0:33:230:33:28

-..as we're looking for dogs

-that help you in an array of ways.

0:33:280:33:33

-Tonight's Heno is live

-from Galeri, Caernarfon...

0:33:340:33:37

-..and you could win up to 1,000

-in Fancy A Fortune?

0:33:370:33:40

-The local newspaper, Yr Angor is

-also marking a special milestone.

0:33:400:33:44

-There's a visit to the caravan show

-and a chat about the Snowdon Race.

0:33:450:33:55

-They launch our autumn

-photography competition...

0:33:550:33:58

-..and Gwyneth Glyn

-is their special musical guest.

0:33:590:34:06

-After the break, Alison Huw

-joins us to discuss pasta.

0:34:060:34:09

-It's versatile

-and reasonably priced.

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-Subtitles

0:34:230:34:25

-Welcome back.

0:34:280:34:32

-Alison Huw

-has joined us in the studio.

0:34:320:34:38

-Today, we're singing the praises

-of pasta!

0:34:380:34:46

-Pasta is so versatile to use,

-cheap to buy and easy to cook.

0:34:460:34:58

-There are over 600 types of pasta.

0:35:020:35:14

-Spaghetti, macaroni and penne

-are the top three favourites.

0:35:190:35:25

-Pasta is made from eggs and flour.

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-If time is on your hands,

-you can make your own pasta.

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-You can use a rolling pin

-to make it.

0:35:430:35:46

-I was in Italy a few years ago.

0:35:460:35:57

-A woman made her own pasta

-by hand every day.

0:35:570:36:03

-Pasta has had some bad press

-in recent times.

0:36:030:36:12

-People have shunned pasta

-in more recent years...

0:36:120:36:16

-..because it's

-high in carbohydrates...

0:36:170:36:21

-..thus causing people to gain weight

-and raising blood sugar levels.

0:36:210:36:26

-Recent research has discovered

-that re-heating pasta...

0:36:260:36:31

-..transforms this trend.

0:36:310:36:33

-The body treats re-heated pasta like

-a source of fibre and complex sugar.

0:36:340:36:39

-This is great news for those

-who enjoy eating pasta.

0:36:390:36:43

-You may have cooked too much

-and re-heat it the following day.

0:36:440:36:48

-Measuring pasta for each person

-is tricky.

0:36:480:36:54

-Each person needs 75g to 100g

-of pasta.

0:36:550:37:05

-It's important that you measure it.

0:37:060:37:18

-You can use a device like this

-that measures the pasta.

0:37:210:37:25

-It measures up to ten people.

0:37:260:37:28

-We have a variety

-of pasta shapes here.

0:37:290:37:34

-Choose a different shape of pasta

-to suit a sauce.

0:37:350:37:38

-Slim and long shaped pasta like

-spaghetti suit thin, oily sauces.

0:37:400:37:45

-It suits seafood sauces

-with shellfish, crab and clams.

0:37:460:37:58

-These are light and oily pasta.

0:37:590:38:08

-When cooking, remember the saying,

-"pasta likes to swim".

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-You need plenty of water

-in a saucepan.

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-You should add salt

-to the water in the saucepan.

0:38:180:38:22

-Don't add oil as it stops the sauce

-from sticking to the pasta.

0:38:230:38:31

-Large and complex shaped pasta

-suit dense sauces that contain meat.

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-You want sauces

-to stick to pasta shells.

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-You want thick and heavy sauce

-for large shaped pasta.

0:39:050:39:10

-Tubes include penne,

-rigatoni and macaroni.

0:39:130:39:22

-Serve pasta tubes with

-a warm vegetable or ragu sauce.

0:39:220:39:34

-Use rippled pasta for this.

0:39:350:39:43

-You want the sauce

-to stick to the pasta.

0:39:430:39:55

-Ensure that you use plenty of sauce.

0:39:550:40:07

-Stir the pasta into the sauce

-instead of pouring it on top.

0:40:090:40:19

-You want your pasta

-to be served al dente...

0:40:190:40:28

-..then pour the sauce in

-before continuing to cook it.

0:40:280:40:39

-My husband can tell

-if a pasta doesn't taste nice.

0:40:400:40:46

-Serve small-sized pasta like orzo

-in minestrone soup or light salads.

0:40:470:40:59

-Small pasta

-is perfect for all soups.

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-Thank you, Alison.

0:41:140:41:16

-Join Yvonne and me for

-tomorrow's Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm.

0:41:170:41:21

-Dr Ann opens her surgery and

-Huw has the latest fashion advice.

0:41:220:41:27

-Sulwyn Thomas

-is also discussing Talking Books.

0:41:270:41:31

-Drwy Galon Cymru follows the news

-and weather on S4C.

0:41:320:41:36

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Byddwn yn agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau, ceir tips steilio a chyngor bwyd a diod. We open the doors of our book club and offer plenty of styling, food and drink tips.