Bydd Huw yn trafod y trends fydd yn amlwg ym myd ffasiwn yn 2017 a phynciau meddygol fydd yn cael sylw Dr Ann. Huw looks at fashion trends for 2017 and Dr Ann discusses more med...
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-Hello, good afternoon and welcome
-to the studio on this very cold day.
-We have a very busy programme for
-you, and here's what's coming up.
-Do you need some new clothes
-as you return to work?
-Don't worry because Huw Fash has
-plenty of advice on what to buy.
-We open our surgery doors
-for this first time this year.
-Dr Ann chats about resolutions and
-developments in the medical world.
-Many people are grumbling that
-they've over-indulged at Christmas.
-Rhodri Gomer's solution is regular
-visits to the leisure centre or gym.
-Christmas has also
-left many people in debt.
-If you can't clear it within a year,
-Gweirydd has some advice for you.
-Plenty to entertain you over the
-next hour, welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We begin by welcoming Huw Condron
-from Stratford Upon Avon.
-Huw is a sheep shearing commentator
-and about to go to New Zealand.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Why go to New Zealand?
-There's a world championships event
-being held there in February.
-I will be commentating out there and
-catching up with people.
-I will need to do some homework.
-There are 32 countries taking part.
-Are Wales there?
-Wales have got a strong team.
-Half of the team have already flown
-The other half will go next week.
-New Zealand are the favourites.
-But it's an open competition
-and it's all down to the day.
-There are also wool handling
-and shears competitions.
-It depends on the shearers
-and the equipment.
-This event will last for days.
-We have seen this at the Royal
-We start on the Wednesday and finish
-on the Saturday.
-The top six will go through
-to the finals.
-You have to be fit.
-You have to be incredibly fit to
-A lot of the boys can shear up to
-900 sheep in one day.
-You have also taken part.
-Many years ago,
-I went to New Zealand...
-..and returned with ribbons for
-Here are some of your ribbons.
-I've got some of the ribbons here.
-We hope Wales bring back this purple
-There are also red and blue
-How are Wales doing?
-The Welsh are very competitive.
-Meinir and Aled won the
-woolhandling in Ireland.
-Gwion and Ian also shear
-with the machines.
-We also have a good hand shears
-They are very strong
-and are skilled.
-We have very competitive shearers
-You can watch some of the
-New Zealand feel strongly about
-showing the event on screen.
-32 countries have signed up.
-Some 32 countries have signed up for
-This is a picture of you.
-This photo was taken after I paid
-a visit to see Huw Fash!
-This was taken at the Golden Shears
-I have learnt the skill of shearing
-and then went on to commentating.
-It's taken me across the world.
-It's a very competitive sport.
-Leigh Halfpenny has compared the
-competition to a rugby match.
-The crowds can get intense.
-We hope for the same reaction this
-Thank you, Huw,
-and good luck in New Zealand.
-Time now for some fashion advice
-with Huw Fash.
-Happy New Year, Huw.
-Happy New Year too!
-Yesterday, I talked about basics.
-It's also time to rejuvenate the
-We are all going back to work.
-I'm sure we were all delighted to
-Let's get on with it.
-Day one at work isn't so bad.
-Halfway through the week you feel
-You only say Happy New Year once!
-Buying new garment to go back to
-work will raise your spirits.
-We start with Nia.
-Nia is wearing clothes from H&M.
-Nia's coat is 59.99 from H&M.
-The cardigan is priced 14.99.
-The blouse costs 19.99
-and the trousers are 14.99.
-I wouldn't go to H&M
-and buy a quality winter jacket.
-The prices are reasonable
-but they don't last.
-Nia likes the feel of the coat.
-You could wear it to a funeral too.
-It's a great coat to wear to work.
-Let's open the coat
-to reveal a simple cardigan.
-Stick to one colour for office wear.
-It's a smart look.
-Sian is our next model.
-Sian's outfit is from
-Marks and Spencer.
-Sian loves wearing skirts to work.
-Many women opt for trousers.
-A hotel has told its staff
-how to wear their make-up.
-is suitable for any job.
-Sian's jacket is 29.50 from M&S.
-This is a great look if you don't
-wear an uniform.
-It looks a lot more expensive.
-There's no lining it.
-There's white stitching
-with the side banding.
-It's a suitable look for all ages.
-The shoes are great for the office
-but not running to get the bus!
-Many women will change their shoes
-with another pair in their bags.
-This is also all washable.
-Hana joins us now.
-Hana's look is simple.
-It's great to wear a scarf when
-you're on your way to work.
-It's a very reasonable outfit.
-Hana is young and we've kept
-our price low today.
-This is simple office wear.
-She also has flat shoes.
-The blouse and skirt
-are reasonably priced.
-The flat shoes are comfortable
-and fashionable for Hana's age.
-After the break, Dr Ann discusses
-how to keep new year resolutions...
-..and also talks about
-some new medical developments.
-And Rhodri Gomer encourages us to
-start the new year by keeping fit.
-It's just a matter of making regular
-visits to a leisure centre or gym.
-Dr Ann has joined us to talk about
-some exciting medical developments.
-But first, people struggle to stick
-to their new year's resolutions.
-I'm one of these people!
-I have three resolutions.
-One easy, two are tough.
-One is to give up smoking.
-Nicotine is more addictive
-People start many times.
-I have tried many times.
-People take seven attempts
-to give up.
-That is good news.
-The Assembly has a phone line.
-There is a team that helps you
-at the end of the line.
-My friend gave up smoking four years
-ago and hasn't smoked since.
-Some people can give up
-Losing weight is also hard.
-You can only lose 20% by exercise.
-Just eat less!
-Use smaller plates!
-Drink water before a meal.
-That's a good tip.
-The easy one is your blood pressure.
-Only one in four know
-their blood pressure.
-I don't know mine.
-It's good to know as you get older.
-A pharmacist can take
-your blood pressure.
-You can buy a meter yourself.
-Get some advice before buying.
-Buy one that goes around your arm.
-your blood pressure tablets.
-They collect them
-but don't take them.
-There are no symptoms
-for blood pressure.
-It's easy to do.
-Let's move on to the latest
-developments in medical world.
-There have been some developments as
-far as prostate cancer is concerned.
-Prostate cancer sufferers die
-with it but not because of it.
-90% will have sexual problems
-after the treatment.
-They can also have problems
-The cancer needs to be targeted
-A new bacteria has been found
-in the sea.
-That can kill off prostate cancer.
-Here are some photos.
-You put fibre optics
-into the prostate.
-The bacteria is put in the blood.
-The light can show the way
-to the cancer.
-How effective is this treatment?
-Half the people in the
-last trial were cured.
-It's good news
-at the start of the year.
-Good news. Happy New Year.
-Now then, we all deal differently
-with our Christmas over-indulgences.
-For some, it's just a matter
-of eating less...
-..but for Rhodri Gomer,
-the answer is very different.
-He visited Trimsaran to get
-some advice from Dafydd Latham.
-Tell me about yourself.
-When did you become
-a fitness instructor?
-I've always shown
-an interest in fitness.
-Three years ago,
-I became a fitness instructor.
-I have the opportunity to
-help people and keep fit.
-You'd find equipment like this
-in most leisure centres or gyms.
-There's cardio, weight-training
-and free-weight equipment.
-is used by experienced gym-goers.
-Where shall we start?
-We start on the treadmill to warm up
-the body and raise your heart rate.
-Why is it important to warm up?
-Your blood needs to start flowing
-around the body and muscles.
-The muscles will warm up
-and react better to exercise.
-This will reduce the risk of injury.
-We've done enough walking and need
-to start moving at a jogging pace.
-Accelerate to a speed that
-you feel comfortable with.
-With technique, keep your chest high
-and the body straight.
-Keep your shoulders back
-and look straight ahead.
-The strength of the body comes
-from your core and stomach muscles.
-Ensure that this is always solid
-and strong during every exercise.
-We move on to the rowing machine
-that works the upper body...
-back and arms.
-a ten-minute programme.
-A minute of low intensity followed
-by a minute of high intensity.
-With the high intensity,
-you must move as fast as you can.
-Ten seconds to go.
-Three, two, one - fantastic.
-My body was working hard
-at the end of that exercise.
-It's important that people
-don't push themselves too much.
-You need to feel comfortable
-and don't over-do it too early on.
-The exercises we've done
-have worked the heart...
-..but the equipment we've used
-are good at working the muscles.
-We have a variety of equipment that
-targets different areas of the body.
-This equipment works the legs
-and specifically the hamstrings.
-Another one works the quads
-at the front of the leg.
-We also have equipment
-to work the back muscles.
-We'll use the equipment
-that works the chest muscles.
-Place your hands on the handles
-and slowly push forward.
-Keep the core strong, your back
-straight, chest high and head up.
-Start with light weights
-that feel comfortable to you.
-Raise the weight
-as your body responds.
-Complete a few reps
-- between 12 and 16.
-Keep reps high to get blood
-pumping around the muscles.
-Have you got any more advice?
-You'll need an induction with
-a professional before you start.
-It'll help you become accustom
-to the gym and the equipment.
-It would help to have a partner,
-so you can encourage each other.
-It will help you reach
-any long term goals.
-That was some great advice
-on keeping fit in the new year.
-On tonight's Heno, Shan Cothi talks
-about the 10 Divas Concert on S4C.
-We hear from female runners who are
-training for Ras Cors Caron Race.
-Forget Charlie's Angels, as these
-are Arwel's Angels from Tregaron!
-There's also a chat
-with Tim Rhys Evans.
-His choir has just released
-a very special single.
-All this and more on Heno, tonight
-at 7.00pm with Angharad Mair.
-At the start of the new year, many
-of us count the cost of Christmas...
-..and find that we're
-in some serious debt.
-Our money expert, Gweirydd, will
-have some advice after this break.
-We've got a New Year competition.
-You don't have to sing,
-but simply answer this question.
-You can win either
-a television or an iPad.
-Here's the question.
-What name is traditionally given
-to 6 January?
-1) New Year's Eve, 2) Christmas Eve,
-or 3) Twelfth Night?
-Call us with your answer
-on 08443 35 12 44.
-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone
-company's network access charge.
-All entrants must be 18 or over.
-The phone lines close at 3.00pm
-on Monday 9 January.
-Don't call after the lines close
-or you may still be charged.
-For full terms and conditions,
-email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
-Good luck to you!
-At this time of year...
-..many people worry about the debts
-they've accrued over Christmas.
-Don't worry, Gweirydd is here
-to save the day.
-We're all aware of debts
-at this time of year.
-January is bad enough anyway!
-Debt has grown more than since 2006.
-This is before the Christmas figures
-Household debt has risen.
-Rent and costs are higher.
-Living costs will rise
-and it's a tough time.
-People can find themselves
-in serious problems.
-Rent increases and pay freezes
-mean people have less money.
-50% of adults won't pay off their
-Christmas debts by the end of 2017.
-The problems get worse and worse.
-As prices rise it gets
-What's the solution?
-Create a budget and stick to it.
-Shop around for better deals on
-electricity, gas, water and phones.
-Try to get a better deal
-on your home and car insurance.
-Create a budget and stick to it.
-That can save a lot of money.
-It's easy to compare prices.
-Speak to your present provider
-It will take you one day
-but could save you a lot.
-It's not the end of the world.
-Get in touch with debt charities
-like Citizen's Advice or Stepchange.
-They will help you come up
-with a plan for your debt.
-The addresses are on your screens.
-Don't use private companies.
-They can help you a lot.
-You need a clear credit score
-before having one of these.
-Good credit scores
-are with people who don't need it.
-Small things can affect
-your credit rating.
-You can easily slip further
-Use the charities for advice.
-What is going to happen in 2017?
-Trump's international trade policy
-is going to be watched very closely.
-He has promised to spend huge sums
-on infrastructure projects.
-He is very unpredictable.
-We also have Brexit
-to worry about.
-Nobody really knows
-what will happen post Brexit.
-People have spent a lot
-There might be pressure on the Bank
-of England to raise interest rates.
-This would squeeze people's
-What about the Bank of England?
-The Bank of England
-is in a difficult situation.
-It doesn't want to raise
-There is so much personal debt.
-I can't see rates going up.
-Consider having a fixed-rate
-mortgage for as long as possible.
-I feel very flat!
-It's an interesting time!
-Gweirydd, thank you for that advice.
-You might be preparing to go
-back to work after Christmas...
-..or you already have, like us.
-In the final part
-of the programme...
-..Huw has some ideas on how
-to dress smartly in the new year.
-See you in a couple of minutes.
-Huw is back with some more fashion
-tips as you to go back to work.
-Many viewers don't have to go back
-Let's welcome back Nia.
-Nia is wearing clothes from Next.
-Nia's jacket costs 40 from Next.
-There aren't many new collections in
-They are full of sale items.
-There are bargains to be had.
-Many garments have been on sale
-The jacket is from Next along
-with the blouse and trousers.
-These garments are all washable.
-Simple follow the washing
-Read labels carefully.
-Don't chuck everything in together.
-Wash the jacket on its own.
-This isn't a suit.
-They are separate pieces.
-These are great trousers
-to wear to work.
-The jacket is longer.
-The jacket is slightly longer.
-It's a one-button jacket.
-Sian has returned.
-It's a formal look.
-We've kept everything formal
-Sian is wearing a shawl jacket.
-Be careful of what you wear
-The jacket won't crease.
-It's also lined.
-You could add a leather belt.
-Match it with a leather belt.
-It's a great jacket to wear to work.
-It's comfortable to wear at the
-Invest in a few trousers.
-Hana is our final model.
-I love this look on Hana.
-It looks so innocent.
-She looks like an intern.
-Imagine her at as an intern.
-She looks conservative.
-She wants to make an impression.
-It's very fashionable with the white
-The pussycat bows make a statement.
-She will turn heads!
-Hana's attire is from Red Herring.
-The blouse is 26 and skirt is 28.
-The shoes are priced 29
-from Red Herring.
-Hana is young
-and the look suits her.
-The pussycat bows suit all ages.
-Nia was wearing this bow earlier.
-Hana can also wear pussycat bows
-that were worn by her grandmother!
-A huge bag contains everything.
-What about 2017?
-Tomorrow on Heno...
-..I would like at
-the main trends of 2017.
-Thank you, Huw.
-Our Mwy Neu Lai quiz returns
-tomorrow so you could win some cash.
-Lisa Fearn is in the kitchen and
-Lowri Cooke takes us to the cinema.
-The Gossip Girls will also be here
-with some straight talking.
-After the news and weather on S4C
-there's another chance to see...
-..the first in a new series
-about the Llys Nini Animal Centre.
-From all of us here in Llanelli,
Bydd Huw yn trafod y trends fydd yn amlwg ym myd ffasiwn yn 2017 a phynciau meddygol fydd yn cael sylw Dr Ann. Huw looks at fashion trends for 2017 and Dr Ann discusses more medical issues.