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Andrew Price heads to Anglesey where he harvests, cleans and cooks mussels on the banks of the Menai Strait.
Showing him how it’s done is Shaun Krijnen from Menai Oysters, a shellfish farmer who has been growing mussels and oysters for 13 years. Fantastic food in a beautiful location.
Mynydd Cilan is Ruth Wignall’s destination this week as she continues her journey along the Wales Coast Path.
She’s joined by Dave Lamacraft from Plantlife Cymru. He knows this landscape and it’s plants inside out having spent hours walking the rugged heathland. They also visit the site of a trial mine apparently dug by Cornish miners searching for Manganese.
Nicola Hendy takes to the waters of Llandegfedd Reservoir on a Stand-Up Paddleboard under the guidance of Mike Walking from Gwent Adventures. It’s not long until she’s off paddling around the reservoir, relaxing and enjoying the scenery as she goes.
Safety is a very important consideration when learning, so ensure you train with a qualified instructor. [http://www.bsupa.org.uk/bsupa-
The history chef and Carl Edwards head to Kidwelly Castle to cook cherry pottage.
They also discover the legend of Princess Gwenllian from head custodian Sonja Brown.
The Cadw website has the latest opening times for the Castle and the other sites visited throughout the series. www.cadw.wales.gov.uk
The recipe for the pottage made in the programme is as follows:
900g ripe red cherries
1.5 cups red wine (non alcoholic can be used)
3/4 cup of honey or raw sugar
4 tbsp butter
1 cup of breadcrumbs
Flower heads of clove pinks
Sugar or honey
The Ospreys suffered their third successive defeat in the pool stages of the Heineken Cup, as they lost 15-9 away at Castres.
The home side were reduced to 13 men in the closing stages, but the Ospreys were unable to capitalise on the advantage.
Cardiff Blues clinched an enthralling 29-20 against Glasgow Warriors at the Arms Park, to maintain their challenge for a place in the knock-out phase of the Heineken Cup.
Rhys Patchell scored the Welsh side's first try of the match, helping them build a 16-0 lead.
The visitors fought back, before an interception try from Alex Cuthbert in the 73rd minute sealed an important win for the Blues.
Wales stars Toby Faletau and Hallam Amos were among the try scorers as the Dragons ran in five touchdowns to beat Bordeaux Begles by 40 points to 24 at Rodney Parade this evening in the Amlin Challenge Cup.
The Ospreys are putting in a much-needed performance away at Castres in the Heineken Cup. At half time the scores are level at 6-6.
Natural Resources Wales say there is "no further immediate risk of flooding" and that the focus will now be on "supporting the communities affected" and helping the area recover.
– Tim Jones, Natural Resources Wales
Our thoughts are with the people who have had their homes flooded. It is a devastating experience and we are doing all we can to support them at this difficult time.
The high tides and gale force winds caused the highest tides we have seen for more than 20 years. Over the next few days the tides will not be as high and the storm surge has passed. There is no further immediate risk of flooding.
We will now focus on supporting the communities affected, the emergency services and the local authority to help the area recover.
Through this evening and tonight it will stay mostly dry with some clear spells. There may be a few showers in places, particularly towards the west. It will be a chilly night with a few mist or fog patches in places. Minimum temperature 2 deg C (36 deg F).
On Saturday it will be mild with sunny spells and scattered showers. It should stay largely dry with bright or sunny spells and a few possibly sharp showers, these mainly in the west. Maximum temperature 10 deg C (50 deg F).
Into Sunday and the beginning of next week it will be mostly dry with cloud breaking at times to allow some bright or sunny spells. Temperatures should be a little above average, although it will be rather breezy in the west.
Denbighshire County Council and Natural Resources Wales have offered reassurance to people affected by flooding in Rhyl yesterday.
We are fully aware of the traumatic experience that people are going through and would like to do our very best to offer some kind of reassurance to them.
Events like this are very rare and Thursday's sea surge was extreme. In general, the flood defences along the coast have done their job and protected the majority of our coastline. The primary sea defences worked well and a temporary patch has been done to splash the wall. It held last night and we are confident it will continue to hold.
– Rebecca Maxwell, Denbighshire County Council
In terms of security, Police will have resources in the area affected by flooding and mobile CCTV cameras will also be used as added resources.
Prince Charles said he has "nothing but the happiest and fondest memories" of Nelson Mandela and that the world "will be a poorer place without him".
The Prince of Wales smiled as he recalled meeting Mandela in South Africa with the Spice Girls, which he said was "very enjoyable".
"We owe him an enormous debt of gratitude for what he's managed to achieve in his life", he added.
People across Wales whose lives were touched by Nelson Mandela have been paying tribute to him today.
The South African statesman has been called a 'beacon of liberty' and a 'global inspiration'.
His death has also rekindled memories of his visit in 1998, when he was awarded the Freedom of the City of Cardiff in the castle grounds.