an 8ves a vis Meurth 2020

Dohajydh da, ha dynnargh dhe dhyllans an seythen ma ‘An Nowodhow’ war BBC Radyo Kernow.

Good afternoon, and welcome to this week’s edition of An Nowodhow on BBC Radio Cornwall.

Mordardhoryon re leveris bos karthyon andhyghtys y’n mor ryb Porthleven, neb a wra dhedha kodha klav. An re nasyes re grodhvolas a arwodhyow liesek, y’ga mysk glasow distemprys. Mordardher ha glanheor-treth, Aidan Botha y hanow, a leveris mordardhoryon dhe weles yn fenowgh karthyon denel y’n mor. Yn-medh ev, “Drefen bos Porthleven onan a’n gwella leow rag mordardha y’n Ruvaneth Unys, nyns yw an pyth a dhesevir y’n jydh hedhyw.” Mr Botha a leveris ev dhe lanhe an treth pub seythen, ha kavos yn fenowgh askorrasow amseryow ena. Unn den, Mitch Holmes y hanow, a leveris ev dhe vos dhe-ves a’y ober dres mis, wosa goli yn y vregh dhe vos podredhek wosa ev dhe vordardha hevlena yn Porthleven. Ev a leveris y vregh dhe hwedhi yn tien. Dowr Soth West a leveris bos yn fyw an hwelyow dyghtyans ogatti. An Vaynorieth Gerghynnedh a leveris hi dhe vos ow hwithra, ha bos war yma atal karthyonek y’n porth. Yn hy herwydh, pan vydh syggha an gewer, kevambosoryon a wra assaya diskudha kaws a neb kudynnow.

Surfers have said that there is untreated sewage in the sea off Porthleven, and that it has been making them ill. People affected have complained of a range of symptoms, including stomach upsets. Surfer and beach cleaner Aidan Botha said surfers often saw human waste at sea. He said, “Given that Porthleven’s one of the prime surf spots in the UK, it’s something you wouldn’t expect in this day and age.” Mr Botha said he carried out a beach clean every week and would often find sanitary products there. One man, Mitch Holmes, said he was off work for a month after a wound on his arm became septic after he surfed at Porthleven earlier this year. He said his whole arm swelled up. South West Water said the local waste treatment works in the area were working. The Environment Agency said it was investigating, and was aware of “sewage-related debris” in the harbour. When the weather was drier, contractors would try to trace the cause of any problems.

An seythen ma, Pennsodhek Medhegel, Chris Whitty y hanow, a leveris y teffo ha bos “yn hwirhaval” an koronavirus nowydh kleves epidemek y’n Ruvaneth Unys. Ev a dherivis orth BBC Hansel y hallo dhe’n moyha peswar ugens kansran a’n poblans bos klevesys, “y’n gwettha kas.” Pennmenyster Boris Johnson a dheklaryas an governans dhe “bresentya kammow dhe asa talas a wober kleves statutek dhyworth an kynsa dydh poran mayth or klav, yn le peder dydh herwydh an rewlys a-lemmyn.” Ow kewsel a omenysekter, yn-medh ev, “Ny dhegodh dhe nagonan bos keredhys awos gul an ewn.”

This week, Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said it was “likely” the novel coronavirus will become an epidemic in the UK. He told BBC Breakfast that up to 80% of the population could be infected “in the worst case scenario”. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the government will “bring forward measures to allow the payment of statutory sick pay from the very first day you are sick instead of four days under the current rules.” Referring to self-isolation, he said, “Nobody should be penalised for doing the right thing.”

Harry Billinge, peswardhek bloodh ha peswar-ugens y oos, hensouder Dydh-D dhyworth Sen Austel, re beu ordenys Esel an Emperoureth Vretennek awos y wonisyow orth arghansorieth alusenek. Ev a dhendylas meur es pymp mil warn ugens a beunsow war-tu ha’n kost a dhrehevel men kov kenedhlek rag y gothmans marow. Ev a leveris ev dhe dhegemeres yn lowen an enor er kov “an wesyon na dhehwelis bythkweyth”. Presentyes veu an enor dhodho gans an Vyghternes dres solempnita yn Palys Buckingham. Etek bloodh o Mr Billinge pan diras yn Gold Beach an 6ves a vis Metheven, 1944. Yn-medh ev, “Yfarn war an nor o. Moldrans. Rudh a woos o an mor, goos denek.” Ow kewsel wosa an solempnita, y leveris Mr Billinge y vos marthys dhe vetya an Vyghternes. “Pur, pur hweg o hi. Nyns eus geryow dh’y dheskrifa.” Yma ynwedh dhe Vr Billinge an Légion d’honneur, an brassa pewas Pow Frynk. Mis Metheven 2019 yth eth ev dhe Normandi rag solempnya an pymthegves penn-bloodh ha tri- ugens a’n tirans Dydh-D.

Harry Billinge, a 94-year-old D-Day veteran from St Austell, has been appointed an MBE for services to charitable fundraising. He raised more than £25,000 towards the cost of building a national memorial honouring his fallen comrades. He said he was accepting the honour in memory of the “fellas that never came back”. He was presented with the honour by the Queen during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Mr Billinge was 18 when he landed on Gold Beach on June 6, 1944. He said, “It was hell on earth. Murder. The sea was red with blood, human blood.” Speaking after the ceremony, Mr Billinge said it was “wonderful” to meet the Queen. “She was very, very kind. There are no words to describe it.” Mr Billinge also holds France’s highest award, the Légion d’honneur. In June 2019 he travelled to Normandy to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Kochyas aragoryon an Vorladron, Alan Paver, a wayt na wra y bara daswul aga gwryth a’n nessa hanter pan sewenis onan warn ugens dhe bymthek erbynn Nottingham dy’Sul usi passyes. Y ledyas an Vorladron onan warn ugens dhe dri dhe hanter-termyn, mes i a dhaskoras dew assay wosa an powes. Yn-medh Mr Paver, “Nebes ankensi o dhe vires orth an diwettha deg mynysen warn ugens.” An gwayn a asas an Vorladron dhe fastya aga thressa gre y’n Gampyorieth.

Cornish Pirates forwards coach Alan Paver hopes his side will not repeat their second-half performance as they won 21-15 against Nottingham last Sunday. The Pirates lead 21-3 at half-time, but conceded two tries after the break. “It was pretty painful watching the last 30 minutes,” Mr Paver said. The win allowed the Pirates to consolidate third place in the Championship.

Yth esowgh hwi ow koslowes orth “An Nowodhow” war BBC Radyo Kernow. An dowlen an seythen ma a veu skrifys ha presentys genev vy, Wella Morris. Steve Harris o an pennskrifer. Bys dy’Sul nessa, dydh da dhywgh hwi oll.

You’ve been listening to An Nowodhow on BBC Radio Cornwall. This week’s script was written by me, Wella Morris. The editor was Steve Harris. Until next Sunday, good day to you all.