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TREIALON CWe N DEFAID S4C, 9pm Uchafbwyntiau o Dreialon Cwen Defaid Rhyngwladol - gyda thimau o'r pedair gwlad - sef Cymru, Lloegr, yr Alban ac Iwerddon yn cystadlu dros dri diwrnod. Ein tm ni fydd yn dod holl liw y digwyddiad i chi fydd Morgan Jones, Mari Grug, Dai Jones, Wyn Gruffydd a Meirion Owen. Dyma binacl y flwyddyn ym myd y Treialon. Eleni, fferm yn Nhresimwn, Bro Morgannwg sy'n cynnig cartref i'r digwyddiad, ac yn ogystal chystadlu, fe fydd digon o bethau eraill yn stondinau ac arddangosfeydd i hawlio sylw. Ond ar ddiwedd y dydd y berthynas hudol rhwng ci a'i feistr a'r gallu i gorlannu'r defaid, fydd yn denu'r tyrfaoedd.

LEAVING ITV1 Wales, 9pm Hotel employee Julie (Helen McCrory) takes pity on drunk and directionless graduate Aaron (Callum Turner) when he causes a scene at a wedding. The next morning she decides to jolt him out of his self-pity with a few well chosen home truths. Her words have the desired effect, as Aaron takes steps to sort himself out - starting with a job at the hotel. Working together, Julie gets to see another, less self-pitying side of him, but is their relationship about to become more than just professional? NEW COWBOY BUILDERS Five, 9pm Dominic Littlewood and Melinda Messenger are back with a seventh run, beginning with Christophe and Debra Montoya-Timperley. They paid for an extension to their house in St Albans, Hertfordshire - only for the builder to vanish without a trace 12 weeks into the project. They were awarded pounds 32,000 in the County Court, however they've been unable to actually trace the dodgy tradesman in order to reclaim their funds. Step in Dom, who sets a trap to lure the cowboy out of hiding. Meanwhile, Melinda and her team are faced with an intimidating workload as they try to finish the job.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 8, 2012
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