Wed, 26 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 26 Apr 2017

Bydd Dr Ann yn trafod chwyrnu a bydd y panel profi yn rhoi 'deoderant' dan brawf. Dr Ann will discuss snoring, and we put deodorants to the test.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Our studio is packed with

-guests, eggs and deodorants!

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-This is what we've got for you.

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-Despite a nip in the air today,

-summer is fast approaching.

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-Don't sweat as our panel

-put deodorants to the test.

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-Helen showcases a collection

-of some gingham print fashions.

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-Steff the weatherman unearths

-the story behind Cantre'r Gwaelod.

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-We take a look at Welsh historical,

-colourful and creative locations...

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-..compiled in a bilingual book

-in our Book Club today.

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-And Alison Huw takes a look

-at a variety of eggs.

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-We've got deodorants, fashion

-and books, Dafydd Wyn...

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-..and Mari Grug!

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start by opening the doors of

-our weekly surgery with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-This week highlights a common issue

-that affects many of us - snoring.

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-Before we discuss it further

-with Dr Ann...

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-..let's hear from the

-Aberystwyth student, Alaw Gwyn.

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-My friend stayed over

-about two months ago.

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-I woke up in the morning

-to find that she'd gone.

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-She was curled up on the sofa

-because I was snoring.

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-She recorded a clip of me and I was

-mortified when she played it to me.

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-LOUD SNORING

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-I didn't know I snored until then

-and I was in total shock about it.

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-It wasn't quiet, gentle snoring

-but snoring that raised the roof.

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-I still can't believe

-I snore like that!

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-I've tried propping myself

-with a mountain of pillows.

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-It helps to open your airways and

-I tried money-saving home remedies.

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-I've seen masks and strips, but

-I don't let anything on my face.

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-If I have a partner, I'm afraid

-my snoring will disrupt them.

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-It's an unattractive feature and

-my friends won't let me sleep over.

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-I'll feel guilty about waking them

-and they have to leave the room.

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-It makes you feel self-conscious.

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-Our thanks to Alaw

-for sharing her story.

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-Dr Ann has joined us on the sofa.

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-Snoring is laughable matter,

-but for some it's a serious one.

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-Is it common for young people

-like Alaw to suffer from snoring?

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-I do pity, Alaw.

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-People associate snoring

-with the older generation.

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-It can hit people from 40 upwards.

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-Some 40% of us snore.

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-It's more common in men than women.

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-It's often caused by

-some form of obstruction...

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-..that can stop the air

-reaching the lungs.

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-We've got an image

-of the back of the mouth.

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-The uvula could swell.

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-It could be caused

-by swollen tonsils.

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-These could all cause

-a person to snore.

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-There's a number

-of medical factors...

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-..that can cause a person to snore.

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-Obesity is one of the main factors

-for people who snore.

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-If your neck is bigger than 43cm...

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-..then you're more likely to snore.

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-There's also sleep apnea.

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-It means that a person doesn't

-breathe for about ten seconds...

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-..whilst they are sleeping.

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-You should consult your doctor

-if you have sleep apnea.

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-Your partner also suffers.

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-People don't realize

-that they snore...

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-..until a partner tells them.

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-There are many things

-to stop people from snoring.

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-Some often sew a tennis ball

-into your pyjamas...

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-..to force you to sleep

-on your sides.

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-Your hearing can be affected

-by snoring.

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-You could be referred to a Ear,

-Nose and Throat specialist.

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-They might send you for surgery.

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-There is specialist surgery.

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-You can also get sprays.

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-Some sprays can reduce

-the size of the uvula.

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-This can be reduced

-in a number of ways...

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-..to help clear the airways.

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-There's hundreds of treatments

-for snoring.

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-People make a lot of money

-by claiming to cure snoring!

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-You don't have to suffer

-as there are remedies.

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-Speak out about it.

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-Alcohol and obesity

-are some of the main causes.

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-Snoring is very common.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Join us shortly when our panel

-put some deodorants to the test.

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-And Helen showcases

-a collection of gingham fashion.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Today's weather isn't warm enough to

-make us sweat but the studio is hot.

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-Our panel have put

-some deodorants to the test.

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-We welcome Alun Horan,

-Huw Bala and Mark Jones.

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-You've tested three deodorants.

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-Alun tested the Sure deodorant.

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-It claims to be invisible

-and doesn't appear on the shirt.

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-There's nothing on the shirt.

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-I can't feel it.

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-I feel that I'm starting to sweat

-under the armpits now.

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-I do buy into these

-anti-perspirants.

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-I don't like their soapy fragrances.

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-I do have hairy armpits

-and it has done the job!

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-The Sure deodorant is 1.

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-Dove was the best one out of these

-three.

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-Huw put the Nivea product

-to the test.

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-Nivea suggests that

-it's going to be creamy.

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-I did carry out a test.

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-There weren't any marks

-after spraying it.

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-It felt soapy.

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-I could feel the deodorant

-under the armpit.

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-The fragrance wasn't over-powering.

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-It did disappear after a while.

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-There were elements of citrus.

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-The brand has supported Welsh rugby.

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-The price is reasonable.

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-Mark tested the Dove deodorant.

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-The Dove deodorant is 3.

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-Dove is the most expensive

-out of the three.

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-I used it for a week.

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-It was lovely when I applied it.

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-It didn't leave any marks.

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-I'm a happy customer.

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-I applied this morning.

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-It didn't leave marks.

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-Let's have your marks out of 10

-for your deodorant.

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-I'd give the Sure 7 out of 10.

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-The Nivea gets 5 out of 10.

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-I would give 8 out of 10 for Nivea.

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-We all give Nivea an 8.

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-I think Dove deserves 10.

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-I would give it a 9 out of 10.

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-The fragrance lasted.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-What's your deodorant like, Mari?

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-Brilliant!

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-I always smell great!

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-One of the biggest trends this

-season is the gingham pattern...

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-..and that's what Helen Humphreys

-is looking at this afternoon.

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-Welcome to the programme, Helen.

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-We're also joined by our model, Nia.

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-Tell us more

-about the gingham pattern.

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-If you go to any shop

-on the high street now...

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-..you will see the pattern.

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-Gingham is a fabric with a checked

-pattern of white and a bold colour.

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-We associated with white,

-black and reds.

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-A lot of people associate it with

-school dresses worn by young girls.

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-Nia is a wearing daywear here.

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-This is one piece.

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-It's a shirt and jumper in one.

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-It's a light look

-and team it with some jeans.

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-Gingham can be over-powering

-at times.

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-It's also a comfortable look.

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-Nia can go and change.

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-This outfit has the red trousers

-and checked top.

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-It's a dramatic look.

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-The red, white and black works

-great together.

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-This look is quite popular now.

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-It's a catwalk look.

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-It's "on-trend!"

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-We move to a more formal look

-with the M&S dress.

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-We move to a more formal look

-with the M&S skirt.

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-Wear it with some heels

-or flat shoes.

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-It's a bold look and you can wear it

-with a blouse to work.

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-You don't want too much pattern

-in certain areas of the body.

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-The smaller the check the more

-versatile it is to wear.

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-We see a lot of tops like this

-on the high street now.

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-We've matched it with some heels.

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-The gingham top is from New Look.

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-It suits most ages.

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-You can also team it with a skirt.

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-Be adventurous with the look.

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-You may want to play safe

-and opt for a gingham scarf.

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-Many think of this print

-as a print for the young.

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-The print comes in several colours.

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-Lighter colours will appear more

-towards the summer.

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-This is a raincoat.

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-It's a see-through coat

-with a gingham pattern.

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-We also need a stylish and

-reasonable jacket for summer.

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-The frilly top is

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-The check is smaller

-and is flattering.

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-There's lovely detailing

-on the sleeves.

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-The check is very small

-on the trousers too.

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-They are like three quarter

-trousers and are fashionable.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Later, we'll have our weekly

-Book Club with Branwen Davies.

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-She discusses her book Melinau

-Gwlan / Woollen Mills of Wales.

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-Alison Huw is here to tell us how

-many eggs we should eat each week.

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-Visit Wales has earmarked 2017

-as the Year of Legends in Wales...

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-..and the Welsh

-can boast many legends.

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-There's the Twrch Trwyth

-or wild boar.

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-We've also got Culhwch ac Olwen.

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-Steffan Griffiths took advantage

-of the recent fine weather...

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-..to see if there's any truth behind

-the famous Ceredigion Bay legend...

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-..of Cantre'r Gwaelod.

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-Do you ever look to the horizon and

-wonder what sits beneath the sea?

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-At low tide at Ynyslas in Borth,

-there's a clue to the past...

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-..as the remains of these trees

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-These were part of a massive forest

-that stretched for many miles.

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-Between 7,000

-and 17,000 years ago...

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-..the ice lakes of Northern Europe

-and America melted.

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-The level of the sea rose by 100m

-and drowned some fertile land.

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-These were gradual changes but our

-forefathers lived in fragile time.

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-This led to the tale

-of Cantre'r Gwaelod.

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-There are many legends

-surrounding the history of this bay.

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-There's a poem

-in the Black Book of Carmarthen...

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-..that refers to the events

-or legends.

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-Land stretched for miles

-out of this glorious bay.

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-The poems refer to Seithenyn who

-worked for King Gwyddno Garanhir.

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-They had a party, drank too much

-mead and Seithenyn fell asleep.

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-This is low-lying land so they used

-floodgates during a high tide.

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-He forgot to close the floodgates

-so the sea came in and they drowned.

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-This was the start of the legend.

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-If we move south from this point,

-there's a sarn or glacial moraine.

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-It's 14km-long and called

-Sarn Cynfelyn or Sarn Wallog.

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-It's believed that the king escaped

-using this moraine.

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-What does the evidence

-and scientific research tell us?

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-A memory has been

-passed down the generations...

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-..that people lived, hunted

-and farmed this land.

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-We have the remnants of the forest

-on the beach in Borth...

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-..and we know that the sea level

-was much lower in the past.

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-Are there any plans to do

-more research in the future?

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-The Royal Commission of the Ancient

-and Historical Monuments of Wales...

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-..and an Irish researcher are part

-of a new project in Aberystwyth.

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-It will map the coastal area and all

-that's under the waves in the bay...

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-..but to find more evidence from

-Cors Fochno and similar sites.

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-The Cherish Project should reveal

-how the climate has changed...

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-..and how the environment of coastal

-areas has changed over the years.

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-Do you believe in the legend?

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-There were villages in the area and

-a forest that stretches for miles.

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-People lived in the area

-and hunted and farmed the land.

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-I believe the legend in that people

-lived in this area...

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-..many thousands of years ago...

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-..but were forced to move inland

-as the level of the sea rose.

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-There's an element of truth

-in most legends.

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-Who knows what we would have seen

-in Ceredigion Bay many years ago?

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-The planet is getting warmer

-and the sea level is rising...

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-..parts of the Welsh coastline

-are under threat once again.

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-I hope there's truth in the legend.

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-Steff is on trend with his gingham!

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-We leave the legend

-of Cantre'r Gwaelod...

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-..for another character of

-Welsh mythology, namely Branwen.

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-Our Branwen is here in the flesh!

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-Welcome to our Book Club,

-Branwen Davies.

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-Today, we're looking at

-your new book...

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-..called Melinau Gwlan /

-Woollen Mills of Wales

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-I come from Drefach Felindre.

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-I was raised there until I was 5.

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-The village is associated

-with the wool industry.

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-My father had an interest in it

-and he bored us with it.

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-He also studied it

-at university.

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-Dad has passed away now.

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-I've learnt more about

-this rich industry.

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-I have worked in the woollen mill

-in Drefach Felindre.

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-There are changes afoot in the

-industry as people get older.

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-It's important to document

-these woollen mills of Wales.

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-Wool is one of the most needed

-fabrics in our homes.

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-We all have blankets and throws.

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-Melin Tregwynt's products

-are very popular.

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-The mills endured a tough time

-during the 1970s and and 1980s.

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-But their products have grown

-in popularity now.

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-There's been a revival

-and the continental quilt...

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-..fell out of fashion.

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-Many people like to place a throw

-over their quilts now.

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-These traditional items have

-extended to the fashion world.

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-The book is quite visual with all

-its illustrations.

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-The illustrations in the book

-are by Iestyn Hughes.

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-I came up with the idea of the book

-and discussed it with Gomer Press.

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-They approached Iestyn.

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-I visited these mills

-over a period of 12 months.

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-Iestyn also visited them.

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-I viewed this book

-as something visual.

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-Each one of the mills have

-their own story and personality.

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-Some people have inherited

-these mills over time.

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-Iestyn has been able to capture the

-essence of its owners and the mills.

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-The book is bilingual.

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-I was aware of how important

-the industry was...

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-..as I lived in Drefach Felindre

-and have worked in the mill.

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-It was a way of life

-for many people...

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-..and a way for people

-to clothe themselves.

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-The process of turning wool into a

-garment is also complex.

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-Join us shortly to find out more.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we look ahead to

-tonight's Heno at 7.00pm.

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-Heno is live from Caernarfon

-and here's Elin with the details.

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-I've got some exciting news for you.

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-When you tune in to Heno at 7.00pm,

-we won't be in our Llanelli studio.

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-We'll be here at Galeri, Caernarfon

-with Rhodri Owen and myself.

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-We're joined by plenty of guests.

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-The comedian, Tudur Owen chats about

-the Machynlleth Comedy Festival.

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-Linda Brown tells us of the latest

-drama by Bara Caws Theatre Company.

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-And she discusses the S4C series,

-'Run Sbit which returns this Friday.

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-Huw Fash also joins us for

-a live makeover on the programme.

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-It's Wednesday night which only

-means one thing - Fancy A Fortune?

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-Tudur Owen has the honour

-of spinning our wheel tonight.

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-Let's hope a lucky viewers wins

-1,000 on tonight's programme.

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-Don't forget to watch tonight's Heno

-and enter Fancy A Fortune?

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-Lines open at 7.00pm.

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-It's a jam-packed programme.

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-Our final discussion today is eggs.

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-There are many ways to eat eggs and

-and they're part of a balanced diet.

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-I'm a fan of eggs, Alison.

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-Eggs have had bad press.

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-Eggs are back in fashion.

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-We eat over 12.5 billion eggs

-every year...

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-..which equates to about

-34 million eggs a day.

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-Eggs seem to dip

-in and out of fashion.

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-At one time, there was

-the salmonella scare...

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-..started by Edwina Curry.

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-Many avoided eggs because they were

-thought to be high in cholesterol.

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-These days, we're told to eat eggs

-as part of a balanced diet.

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-There isn't any advice as to how

-many eggs we should eat every week.

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-Eggs are an excellent source

-of protein and contain about 6g.

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-It's a cheap form of protein.

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-They are very reasonably priced.

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-There are many suggestions

-as to the best way to store eggs.

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-Eggs are sold at room temperature.

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-You should keep your eggs

-in a closed box...

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-..and in the centre of the fridge

-where the temperature is constant.

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-The temperature

-of a fridge door can vary.

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-The shell of an egg is porous

-so it can absorb strong flavours.

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-Certain chefs like to store eggs

-with other strong flavours...

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-..so that the eggs absorb those

-flavours such as with truffles.

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-Most people prefer

-to keep it in a sealed box.

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-Some people drop them in water.

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-If it's gone off then it will

-rise to the top.

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-I don't keep mine in the fridge.

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-It doesn't matter that you

-don't store them in the fridge...

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-..and they are used often.

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-There are many ways to eat eggs.

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-You can enjoy asparagus

-with wild garlic...

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-..new potatoes and quail eggs.

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-The wild garlic is in the pesto.

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-The eggs are soft.

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-Quail eggs are great.

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-They are difficult to peel.

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-You can use any eggs.

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-You can also eat the flowers

-in the bowl!

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-You can enjoy asparagus

-with wild garlic...

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-..new potatoes and quail eggs.

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-You could replace

-the toasted soldiers...

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-..with sprigs of courgette

-or asparagus wrapped in bacon.

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-This makes it a more balanced meal.

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-The courgette sticks

-are coated with parmesan.

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-The asparagus

-is wrapped in Parma ham.

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-You can try these.

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-It's a great way for you to

-give your children some vegetables.

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-They like the shape.

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-You can also have chips

-and a soft boiled egg!

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-The chips are spicy too.

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-Avocados are popular.

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-It's very fashionable.

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-Eggs and avocado

-is a classic combination.

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-You could crack the egg...

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-..into the hole left by the stone

-of the avocado and bake it.

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-You can cook these in the microwave

-for about 40 seconds...

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-..until the egg sets.

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-I've tried it with some bacon too!

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-It's a great idea.

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-There's a Spanish tortilla

-or Spanish omelette.

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-Eggs are very versatile.

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-Where would we be without our eggs?!

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-Many people like an egg

-on their pizza.

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-You can crack an egg on the top

-of the pizza and bake it.

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-I've also got a lentil curry.

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-It's served with a fried egg.

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-That's it from us today.

0:41:190:41:21

-Tomorrow, we have fashion ideas for

-expectant mums from Sara Mair Bowen.

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-We also learn of a new campaign to

-report owners who mistreat animals.

0:41:260:41:29

-The S4C news and weather is followed

-by Cneifio: Cymru Yn Erbyn Y Byd.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:340:41:38

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Bydd Dr Ann yn trafod chwyrnu a bydd y panel profi yn rhoi 'deoderant' dan brawf. Dr Ann will discuss snoring, and we put deodorants to the test.


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