Wed, 27 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 27 Jan 2016

Byddwn ni'n agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma i drafod bwyd a diod. Today, we host our weekly book club and invite Alison Huw back in the food and drink slot.


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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Today is Holocaust Memorial Day.

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-It's an opportunity to remember

-the horrors of 71 years ago.

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-We'll discuss the subject further,

-later on in the programme.

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-Here's what else we have

-on today's programme.

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-Heledd visits some schools that are

-preparing for the 2017 Eisteddfod.

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-There's a new book about Reverend

-William Thomas, or Wil Ty Canol.

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-In today's Book Club, we're joined

-by his son and the book's author...

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-..Reverend Emyr Wyn Thomas.

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-Alun Thomas from the Citizens Advice

-Bureau discusses the latest scams.

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-Our interior designer, Delyth shows

-us how we can raise our spirits.

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-Today is Chocolate Cake Day and

-Alison has all sorts to tempt us!

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-We've got all this and more

-during the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Youngsters who take a break between

-their exams and going to college...

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-..tend to go travelling - but not

-our first guest, Annest Wyn Jones.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Annest has chosen

-to take a different path.

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-I've decided to take a year out

-to get experience...

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-..before I go to university.

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-I will be working for a company

-that works with the elderly.

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-Have your friends done

-something similar?

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-Many of my friends

-have gone to university.

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-My best friend is still at home.

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-I think it's a pivotal time for me.

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-I asked Malcolm Jones

-who is the boss of this company.

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-It's important that I got experience

-in this role...

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-..as an occupational therapist.

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-I was fortunate

-to get the experience.

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-What does your work involve?

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-I start work at around 7.30pm

-and it lasts until 5.00pm.

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-The pattern of work

-is different to me.

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-I was accustomed to the hours

-we did at school.

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-I'm back in work tomorrow.

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-I also get paid

-by the company, Gofalus.

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-I also volunteer my time

-at Withybush Hospital.

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-What did you study at school?

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-I studied Art, Drama and Welsh

-at school.

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-I think these subjects are relevant

-for my current role.

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-There are many clients

-who are bilingual.

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-You hope to study at university

-after your gap year.

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-I will be studying to be

-an Occupational Therapist...

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-..at university.

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-I applied for the course last year.

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-I got the grades for the course.

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-It's a competitive field.

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-I hope this gap year of getting

-experience will benefit me.

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-I want to go to university

-and return to my home area.

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-Not many people get the chance

-to earn money during a gap year.

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-I may travel

-after I finish my course.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-The Urdd Eisteddfod is upon us.

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-Some have already started rehearsing

-their reciting and singing...

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-..for the regional rounds

-of the Eisteddfod.

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-However, the residents of

-the Bridgend, Taf and Ely region...

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-..are already preparing

-for the 2017 Eisteddfod.

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-Heledd Gwyndaf has been

-to look at the preparations.

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-Numerous committees and fund-raisers

-ensure that Eisteddfods takes place.

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-Today, schools

-from the 2017 Eisteddfod area...

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-..of Bridgend, Taf and Ely

-are all hosting fund-raising events.

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-Our aim is to raise awareness

-and raise money for the Eisteddfod.

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-We'd like to promote

-the Urdd and Welshness.

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-The pupils have contributed 1 each

-to wear red, white or green.

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-Mr Urdd is travelling

-all over the county.

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-Every area in the region

-has a target and ours is 350,000.

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-Schools also have their own

-individual targets to reach...

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-..depending on the number of pupils.

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-As well as the county of Bridgend...

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-..the Eisteddfod area also includes

-Taf and Ely with over 20 schools.

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-I've competed in the Eisteddfod

-individually and with the school.

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-I've just been in the Urdd's

-production of Les Miserables.

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-I've been to Glan-llyn, Llangrannog

-and visited a few Eisteddfods.

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-I'm a member of Aelwyd Porthcawl and

-we compete at every Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-I've been to the Llangrannog camp

-and I had lots of fun.

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-We currently have over 600 pupils

-so we hope to raise over 600.

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-The money raised will be donated

-towards next year's Eisteddfod fund.

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-Which school are we visiting next,

-Mr Urdd?

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-We're going

-to Ysgol Tonyrefail school.

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-What have you been doing

-at Ysgol Tonyrefail, today?

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-The pupils are dressed in red,

-white and green to raise money.

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-Will you compete in the Eisteddfod?

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-Will you compete in the Eisteddfod?

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-Yes, I'm going to be singing.

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-I'll enter

-the technical drawing competition.

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-How much money have you raised?

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-How much money have you raised?

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-We've raised 200.

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-We only have 400 to go

-until we reach our target.

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-Year 6 at Ysgol Tonyrefail, are you

-excited to welcome the Eisteddfod?

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-Yes!

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-Where shall I go next?

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-Where shall I go next?

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-Llwyncelyn!

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-At Ysgol Llwyncelyn school,

-I found a recognisable Eisteddfodic.

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-As a child, I was fortunate

-to compete at Urdd Eisteddfods...

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-..in all sorts of fields including

-singing, dancing and reciting.

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-I also visited Glan-llyn

-and Llangrannog...

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-..which provide children with

-an opportunity meet new people...

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-..and socialize

-through the medium of Welsh.

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-Being a member of the Urdd

-is important...

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-..as I can compete at the Eisteddfod

-and meet pupils from other schools.

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-I don't speak Welsh much at home.

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-As a member of the Urdd, there's

-more opportunities to speak Welsh.

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-We get to experience new things

-and have fun.

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-It keeps the Welsh language alive

-outside the school.

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-It gives us more confidence to play

-football, rugby and go swimming.

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-In this area, only nine percent

-of the population speaks Welsh.

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-The task of raising funds is shared

-between everyone in the county.

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-St Mary's and St Patrick's School in

-Maesteg is an English medium school.

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-They've made an effort and planned

-activities for the whole day.

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-I visit the school to teach Welsh

-once a week.

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-I also visit four other schools

-in the valley.

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-I've seen that the standard of

-the Welsh language has improved...

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-..due to the vision of the valley's

-headteachers to promote Welsh.

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-The staff and children are also

-eager to learn the language.

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-I'm a member of the Welsh crew who

-meet during break and lunch times.

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-The crew helps pupils

-to speak and play in Welsh.

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-Wales is a special country

-and I love learning Welsh.

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-I went to Llangrannog to go

-horse riding and walk to the beach.

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-The school will compete

-at this year's Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-Ioan Davies from Year 5

-will swim in Cardiff on Saturday.

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-I've composed a song and here it is.

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-# The Welsh, Welsh, Welsh crew,

-hello everyone

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-# How are you? How are you?

-I'm very well, thanks #

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-Before the Bridgend, Taf and Ely

-Urdd Eisteddfod...

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-..good luck to everyone competing

-in the 2016 Flintshire Eisteddfod.

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-Don't forget that it's the

-taking part that's counts.

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-Goodbye from everyone at Maesteg!

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-They're already ready!

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-After the break,

-we open our Book Club...

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-..to discuss a book about Reverend

-William Thomas, or Wil Ty Canol.

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-We also mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Commoner, rural poet and a minister

-describes Reverend W T Thomas...

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-..or Wil Ty Canol from Llangyndeyrn.

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-A book about him

-was recently published.

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-His son and the book's author,

-Reverend Emyr Wyn Thomas is here.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-How would you describe your father?

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-My father was a person

-who could identify himself...

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-..and got along with people

-in his local area.

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-He was a minister to everyone.

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-He served everyone in the community.

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-He didn't look like a minister.

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-There's mention of him buying fish

-and didn't look like a minister.

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-He was a young chap in the photo.

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-He attended Ebenezer in Crwbin.

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-He decided to go into the Ministry.

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-My parents looked very smart

-on their wedding day.

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-He would leave messages and notes

-for people.

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-He was also a miner for some time.

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-He was also famous

-for writing simple verses.

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-He would give them to the organist

-in the chapel.

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-He wrote so many of them.

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-He would talk on Sulwyn's

-programme on the radio.

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-He was also a dear friend

-to Sulwyn Thomas.

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-He was involved in Stondin Sulwyn.

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-They worked together

-on the radio programme.

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-He was known as Bardd Y Stondin.

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-He wrote interesting poems.

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-This is a photo of me

-with my parents.

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-I was only a baby at the time.

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-He was a strict father.

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-There was a difference

-between my father and mother.

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-They influenced me

-in different ways.

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-After Rhiwfawr, Williams started

-to preach at Capel Soar, Penboyr.

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-He wanted to move from an

-industrious area to the countryside.

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-He wanted to help the community

-in the rural area of Cwmpengraig.

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-This is a photo of the

-former ministers at the chapel.

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-A couple of them

-are still alive today.

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-He was also a tenor

-and enjoyed singing.

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-He also played several instruments.

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-Did you enjoy writing the book?

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-I should have penned this book

-earlier.

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-It was interesting to sift through

-all of his artefacts.

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-The price is 8.95.

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-Thank you.

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-Today is Holocaust Memorial Day.

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-Events have been held worldwide...

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-..to remember the millions who died

-in the Holocaust, 71 years ago.

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-A few years ago, we asked

-Owain Pennar from Cardiff...

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-..about his mother's experiences

-in Germany during this awful period.

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-My mother had a Jewish background.

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-Her father was a Jewish doctor

-and had served in the German Army.

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-As time went on,

-it became more apparent...

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-..that the Jewish community,

-or people from Jewish decent...

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-..would endure difficulties

-during the late 1930s.

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-My grandfather decided that

-my mother should flee Germany...

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-..by using a fake passport

-and make her way to Britain.

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-She left the country at the age 17

-and had planned to go to university.

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-But being Jewish with a passion

-to study under Hitler's regime...

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-..proved to be very difficult.

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-She decided that when she arrived

-here, she would go into nursing.

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-She said she had a tough time

-at school due to her Jewish roots.

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-She was graded lower

-than the other children.

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-A teacher stood her

-in front of the classroom...

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-..and said a Jew wasn't someone

-who should be a leader in society.

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-She recalled this vividly

-and it certainly scarred her.

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-She considered herself

-to be German...

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-..but her Jewish roots

-were important to her.

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-She would shut out that part of

-her life for numerous reasons.

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-Many of them were too painful

-to remember...

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-..and unimaginable to us.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Still to come this afternoon...

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-..Delyth helps raise our spirits

-in this wet and miserable weather.

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-We also celebrate

-Chocolate Cake Day with Alison Huw.

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-Stay tuned to us.

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-Next, scams are on the agenda.

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-Unfortunately,

-scams occur throughout the year.

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-Alun Thomas

-from the Citizens Advice Bureau...

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-..joins us

-to discuss the latest scams.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-These scams are never-ending.

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-This is the most popular topic

-for us.

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-The scammers are getting clever

-and people fall for the scams.

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-Once we learn about one scam,

-they find another one.

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-The average of people

-who are scammed is 46.

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-Perhaps the older generation

-don't use the targeted technology.

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-Here's an email

-from one of our viewers.

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-"I had an unpleasant experience

-with PayPal recently."

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-"I was at the local supermarket

-taking cash out of my bank account."

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-"I was surprised to find

-that I had no money in my account."

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-"I knew very well that

-there was money in the account."

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-"When I checked my emails

-I found 12 PayPal emails...

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-"..saying

-thanks for your transaction."

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-"After seven days of contact

-with PayPal and my bank...

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-"..I got the money back,

-but through a lot of hassle."

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-It's such a nuisance.

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-This can waste a person's time.

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-They don't know how it happened.

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-The details of 15,000 people

-were stolen from eBay and PayPal.

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-Once the scammers gets the details

-of a personal account...

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-..they can gain access.

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-Some 80% of these scams

-take place over the Internet.

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-It's called identity fraud.

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-Talk Talk have seen

-an increase in scams.

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-Some 170,000 people

-had lost their personal details.

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-We saw the scammers buying the

-personal details of the customers.

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-However, they didn't

-have their bank details.

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-They decided to phone the customers

-and offer money back via their bank.

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-They were being very clever.

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-They sounded convincing on the phone

-as they had all the details.

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-However, they wouldn't ask for

-your bank details over the phone.

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-People still fall for these scams

-as they're so convincing.

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-You need a very good password to

-safeguard your personal details.

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-Lots of people use their name

-and date of birth as a password.

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-It can be very easy

-to guess your passwords.

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-If you have a complicated password,

-keep it safe.

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-You could use the Welsh language

-in your password.

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-Fewer people will understand

-the language.

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-You could write the password down

-without giving it a description.

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-Citizen's Advice

-is raising awareness of this.

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-There are lots of companies

-that help with your internet safety.

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-One of them is

-www.getsafeonline.org

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-Don't forget about tonight's Heno

-with Angharad at 7.00pm.

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-Today is Holocaust Memorial Day.

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-We'll get to see a clip of a film

-about the Holocaust...

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-..that's been nominated

-for an Oscar.

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-Angharad will be joined

-in the studio by Rhodri Darcy.

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-He'll be discussing his new role

-with the Union of Independents.

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-We'll also be playing...

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Wherever the wheel stops.

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-Go for it.

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-You've won 50.

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-You've won 500.

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-You've won 500.

-

-Oh, thank you.

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-Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Good luck and don't forget to enter.

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-It's cold and miserable outside

-so Delyth Wilson is here...

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-..to reveal how to decorate

-our homes to raise our spirits.

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-I will show you how to raise

-your spirits with your interiors.

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-It's very miserable outside...

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-..so we should bring

-some colour to our homes.

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-You don't need to spend

-a fortune to transform your home.

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-Let's start with these cushions.

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-They're easy to transform your home.

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-Yellow and pink are the colours

-of the season.

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-Sian loves her cushions.

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-There are kitchen accessories

-including a cookbook.

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-It's the perfect time to experiment

-with new recipes.

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-You could try making

-a chocolate cake.

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-We all have

-our favourite kitchen utensils.

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-However, you could buy new ones.

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-You should invest

-in some new kitchen towels.

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-These are from Marks and Spencer -

-9.50 for a pack of three.

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-You can have some artificial flowers

-for your home.

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-When you open your eyes, it's great

-to see a bunch of flowers.

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-You will need a throw

-and some comfortable cushions.

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-This mat is from Homebase

-and costs 65.

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-These items will make your corner

-somewhere where you'll want to read.

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-Lighting is also important.

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-There's a copper and silver theme

-to these lights.

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-These ones are from Homesense.

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-Picture and photo frames are

-great for displaying good memories.

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-There are items that will

-help you keep the home tidy.

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-There's a telescopic duster too.

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-There's no excuse

-not to clean the home.

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-It's important to get

-some fresh air into the house.

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-It freshens up the house.

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-We're used to seeing jars

-but these are colourful ones.

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-It's a great way to display

-the contents in your pantry.

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-You can fill them

-with all sorts of treats.

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-There's also a pink box

-which looks great.

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-Alison will have chocolate cakes

-of all kinds after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-We've got an event to announce.

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-Dihewyd Eisteddfod is held on Friday

-at the village hall from 5.30pm.

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-For more information, contact the

-Eisteddfod secretary, Meinir Lewis.

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-We close today's programme

-with National Chocolate Cake Day.

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-Alison Huw has got all sorts

-of chocolate delights for us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Everyone loves

-eating chocolate cake.

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-Yes, everyone loves chocolate.

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-A chocolate cake

-is central to any celebration.

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-People always love

-to eat a chocolate cake.

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-There are so many recipes

-for the perfect chocolate cake.

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-There's a Death by Chocolate and

-Mississippi Mud Pie and many more.

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-A chocolate cake

-is an indulgent food.

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-Everyone wants to claim the

-chocolate cake as their own.

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-However, Vienna and Austria

-has a real claim on the pudding.

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-This Sacher Torte is

-a traditional Austrian cake.

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-An apprentice made the cake

-for a king in 1822.

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-It's made from

-the best cocoa solids.

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-There are also almonds

-to make it quite dense.

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-It's a real pudding

-rather than a chocolate sponge.

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-You only need a little piece

-of the Sacher torte.

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-It's important to choose the correct

-ingredients when making a cake.

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-Beetroot works well with chocolate.

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-Berries and mint

-also go with chocolate.

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-When you make a chocolate cake

-at home...

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-..you don't have to use

-bars of chocolate.

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-You can use cocoa powder

-but it shouldn't include sugar.

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-You won't get good results

-with drinking chocolate powder.

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-I use a good quality chocolate

-with at least 30% cocoa solids.

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-You don't have to use very high

-quality chocolate with 70% cocoa.

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-I've made these cakes

-in front of us.

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-I've use a Mary Berry recipe.

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-Everything is made in a single bowl.

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-Many recipes suggest adding a pinch

-of salt to release the flavour.

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-You can also have

-salted chocolate bars now.

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-It's miserable outside...

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-..so I'll cheer you up

-with these cake samples.

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-You've got a vast collection here.

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-If you don't want to make

-your own cake...

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-..there's a good variety

-available in the supermarkets.

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-The price of the cake

-is a reflection of its quality.

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-The prices vary from 2 to 8.

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-Look at the ingredients in the cake.

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-Don't choose a cake with

-too many strange ingredients.

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-There's a chocolate tart

-which can be served as a pudding.

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-There's also a chocolate fudge cake

-which is reasonable to buy.

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-However, don't forget

-to check the ingredients.

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-I like this one.

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-There's a Marks and Spencer

-chocolate cake with white chocolate.

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-These little cakes are very pretty.

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-They're just the right size

-and they contain dark chocolate.

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-There's a cake

-that looks quite homemade.

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-You will also find gluten free

-and cakes that don't include eggs.

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-We have lots of eating to do!

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-The crew will clear these plates.

0:40:560:41:06

-Not many people enjoyed

-the beans that I had last week!

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-Don't forget about tomorrow's

-Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm.

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-Huw Fash will be here

-to share his advice.

0:41:140:41:16

-Dr Ann opens the doors of the

-surgery to discuss cervical cancer.

0:41:170:41:21

-Gillian Elisa appears in 3 Lle

-after the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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-I'm going to try the torte!

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Byddwn ni'n agor drysau'r Clwb Llyfrau ac Alison Huw fydd yma i drafod bwyd a diod. Today, we host our weekly book club and invite Alison Huw back in the food and drink slot.


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