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Pennod 221

Bydd Dr Ann yma i drafod pynciau meddygol y dydd gan gynnwys alergerddau. Dr Ann discusses allergies and we have advice on keeping fit during pregnancy.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Thursday afternoon

-and it feels like spring has sprung.

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-Yes, it's starting to warm up.

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-Ffion Storer Jones

-from Fair Trade Wales joins us...

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-..to discuss Fairtrade Fortnight.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-Huw is in the fashion corner

-with some spring-inspired styles.

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-Dr Ann discusses a hip condition and

-we chat to a child with clicky hip.

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-We learn the benefits of yoga for

-mother and baby during pregnancy.

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-Alwyn ventures into the community to

-present our Salt of the Earth plate.

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-It's another varied line-up for the

-next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Fairtrade Fortnight in Britain.

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-To coincide with the event

-and discuss its pivotal work...

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-..we welcome Ffion Storer Jones,

-who works for Fair Trade Wales.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What's the purpose

-of this fortnight?

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-It has been great.

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-Wales have been busy celebrating

-Fairtrade Fortnight.

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-Schools and businesses

-have been helping us.

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-I grew up on a farm...

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-..and was always aware

-of where food came from.

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-Fair Trade is a great way...

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-..to guarantee that the workers

-get the correct money...

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-..for their produce.

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-The produce comes from

-across the world.

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-Fair Trade products

-come from a variety of countries.

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-We're sampling Cariad Coffee.

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-Cariad Coffee of Pembrokeshire

-is a new brand of Fairtrade coffee.

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-I've been to the farm to hear more

-about it this morning.

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-The Rainforest Alliance and Fair

-Trade are working together on this.

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-The role of the Cariad Coffee...

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-..is to decide

-where the coffee comes from.

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-Glyn guarantees that the

-farmers get the correct price...

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-..for their produce.

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-The sun is shining today but we

-don't usually see it in Wales.

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-We couldn't grow coffee in Wales.

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-A lot of bigger companies

-are now Fair Trade supporters.

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-Cadbury's has been supporting

-Fair Trade for a long time.

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-They've taken the ethos

-into their companies.

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-They are seen to be helping

-and supporting a good cause.

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-Over Fairtrade Fortnight, children

-have seen who support Fair Trade...

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-..and it encourages them to buy it.

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-There's a logo on

-the Fair Trade items.

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-Yes, check for the logo on items.

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-This means that farmers are given

-a decent wage for the produce.

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-Bananas and coffee come to mind

-when we think of Fair Trade.

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-There are also nuts and rice.

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-Fair Trade helps us to educate

-others about the produce and so on.

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-There are people who tell

-the stories of the farmers.

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-There's a football in front of us.

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-Bala Sports has started

-making Fair Trade footballs.

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-The balls are from India.

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-The workers who make the balls

-are given a fair wage.

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-They will also get eye care.

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-There's also Fair Trade wine.

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-It's selling more and more.

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-People want to help.

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-There is also more wine

-on the market.

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-There's been a 17% rise in the price

-of Fairtrade wine in Co-op.

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-Thank you, Ffion.

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-Next, we venture

-to the Prynhawn Da catwalk.

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-Let's take a look at some of

-the dresses that Huw has for us.

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-Today, we have casual dresses.

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-This is one of the main influences

-on the high street.

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-A lot of people take casual dresses

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-There's a great vareity available

-on the high street.

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-I've been looking in the stores

-and online.

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-People don't want to wear

-the same as everyone else.

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-Shopping in the sunlight

-puts you in a good mood.

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-The sandals are going to come out

-soon.

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-Our first model is Nest.

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-This dress is from Toast.

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-The company made the dresses

-in Swansea.

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-They sold the company.

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-The shop is still in Llandeilo...

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-..but it isn't owned

-by Welsh management.

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-You will either like what you see

-in Toast or not.

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-This denim dress is great.

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-It doesn't have a specific shape.

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-The length is great for all ages.

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-The dark denim colour

-makes the dress look expensive.

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-You can buy Toast items

-in John Lewis stores.

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-I've gone to TK Maxx for the bag.

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-It's 79.99 for the Oushka bag

-from TK Maxx.

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-The bag was in fashion last year.

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-The original price of the bag

-was 250.

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-You might not find the bag

-in every TK Maxx store...

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-..but you will find similar items.

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-The shoes are 99 from Carvella.

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-I ordered them in orange

-originally...

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-..but they didn't arrive.

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-The different colour came instead

-but it works great.

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-Our next model is Nia.

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-A lot of younger people

-are familiar with ASOS.

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-They have a variety of items.

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-You can buy petite items

-and curvey items on their site.

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-Nia looks great in the blue check.

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-Mixing items

-is very popular this year.

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-This will make a wonderful

-summer dress.

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-You will see that the slit

-at the side is slightly high.

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-You could sew it up

-or wear it over jeans.

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-This would be great for all shapes

-and sizes.

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-It will also be great for all ages.

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-The bag is 179

-from Somerset in John Lewis.

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-This is by a world-famous designer.

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-A lot of people spend 500 on bags.

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-This bag will last

-as it is made in leather.

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-Our final model is Katie.

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-We've gone to Limited Edition

-within Marks and Spencer for this.

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-A lot of people think of

-Limited Edition as a young brand.

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-When I saw this yesterday,

-I was going to put it on Nest.

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-Floral fashions are very popular.

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-I'm keeping with fashion

-with my shirt.

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-I've put these shoes to give

-it a more casual young look.

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-After the break...

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-..we visit Dr Ann in the surgery to

-discuss the condition, clicky hip.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we open our surgery to discuss

-a condition that involves the hip...

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-..and is referred to as clicky hip.

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-Dr Ann has joined us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-I've never heard of the condition,

-so what exactly is clicky hip?

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-You would know about it

-if you were a mother!

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-It's all about the way

-the bones develop.

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-The femur needs to fit

-into the pelvic bone.

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-They need to fit into each other.

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-We can see images of the this.

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-You can see one healthy...

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-..and the other shows a hip

-displacement.

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-Why does this happen?

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-There's usually a genetic link

-to this.

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-It's usually the first born...

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-..or a daughter

-who will be most at risk.

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-It does depend on the genes.

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-The aim of the week is to raise

-awareness of the condition...

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-..in children and the importance

-of early diagnosis.

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-Here's the story

-of one Aberdaron family...

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-..who are eager to share their

-experience to help other parents.

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-Lleucu was our first baby so

-we hoped that she would be healthy.

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-Everything was fine at the start...

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-..but she was born with

-the condition of DDH or clicky hips.

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-It was missed by the doctors in the

-hospital and at her six-week-check.

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-We noticed that things

-weren't as they were meant to be.

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-One leg appeared longer than the

-other and she had abnormal creases.

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-Babies normally have these creases

-in their legs...

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-..but Lleucu's were not symmetrical

-and this is one of the symptoms.

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-Lleucu was five months old

-when she was diagnosed.

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-It's old to have such a diagnosis...

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-..as it's easier to treat

-when they are younger.

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-She had a massive operation

-and was in a cast for eight months.

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-This was a time when Lleucu

-should have started crawling...

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-..rolling around on the floor

-and walking.

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-I don't remember it at all.

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-I've seen a lot of photographs

-and Mam and Dad talk about it.

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-The doctor at Alder Hey says that

-cycling and swimming is good for me.

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-I like cycling because

-it's something I can do...

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-..and I enjoy swimming because I do!

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-If you think

-there's something wrong...

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-..consult your doctor

-no matter how stupid you feel.

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-If I'd waited until Lleucu

-was starting to walk...

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-..it would have been too late and

-her life would have been different.

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-When I look back at the photographs

-of that time...

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-..I feel sad because of the pain

-that it caused.

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-I also feel sad

-that it was me of all people...

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-..but I'm also happy because

-that's what makes me who I am.

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-Thanks to Delyth and Lleucu

-for sharing their story with us.

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-Lleucu is playing netball today.

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-Good luck to her today.

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-Early detection and diagnosis

-is very important.

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-She spent eight months in the cast.

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-Yes, early detection and diagnosis

-is very important.

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-Twins are also at risk.

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-It can be caused by a lack

-of movement in the womb.

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-The doctor or nurse

-will check the legs...

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-..and you might hear the bones

-clicking.

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-That isn't anything to worry about.

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-If it does make a sound

-that clunks...

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-..then it could be a cause

-of this condition.

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-It's important to have the scan.

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-It's important to keep the legs

-apart...

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-..if this is detected

-at an early date.

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-You look quite ill, Owain!

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-The nappy will keep the legs apart.

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-If Lleucu had waited longer,

-what would have happened?

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-If she hadn't had

-the early treatment...

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-..then she would have needed

-an even bigger operation.

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-When changing a nappy,

-you will notice...

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-..that one leg isn't moving

-in the right way.

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-Some will think that one leg

-is longer than the other.

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-You will just hope that it isn't too

-late before it's detected.

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-You need to have this checked

-at the six-week-check.

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-There is a great charity

-called Steps.

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-They have helped the family.

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-I need to add that it's important

-that you shouldn't keep a child...

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-..in bounds.

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-They need plenty of room to move.

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-Thank you, Dr Ann.

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-Still to come on the programme...

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-..we discover more about

-the benefits of prenatal yoga.

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-Alwyn also presents a Salt of the

-Earth plate to a worthy recipient.

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-You can find out who it is shortly.

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-Welcome back.

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-Our next discussion is about yoga.

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-Yoga is beneficial and helps the

-body to relax, fight depression...

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-..and women through pregnancy.

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-The yoga instructor, Lowri Griffiths

-has advice and shows us some moves.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-Yoga is great for everyone.

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-Yoga is very beneficial.

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-It's important

-to keep the body moving.

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-Yoga is great for all ages.

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-Pregnant women need to keep moving.

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-You need to breathe properly...

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-..so that it prepares you

-for the birth.

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-Pregnant women are encouraged not

-to do a lot of exercise.

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-You can have lessons tailored

-for pregnant women.

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-You should consult

-your yoga teacher...

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-..if you're pregnant.

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-If you're new to yoga...

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-..you should consult your doctor

-beforehand...

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-..to ensure that you're healthy

-for this practice.

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-It's important to show your doctor's

-note to the teacher.

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-It's important to wear

-plenty of layers...

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-..and drink a lot of water...

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-..when you practice yoga.

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-What's your advice...

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-..if someone is coming to you

-for the first time?

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-I think it's best not

-to do too much.

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-When you're pregnant...

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-..the ligaments in the body

-start to soften.

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-You need to strengthen the body...

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-..and work on the stomach muscles.

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-Until when can you practice yoga?

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-It depends on the person.

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-You can do this right up

-until the boirht.

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-I know of people who's waters

-have broken...

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-..during the yoga class!

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-Some people use yoga breathing

-when giving birth.

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-Show us a few of the moves.

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-Sit on the floor.

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-Place something on the floor

-to sit on.

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-You want to roll your head...

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-..and take the left year

-to the left shoulder...

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-..and the same on the other side.

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-You want to go into a child's pose.

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-If your rear is uncomfortable

-on your heels...

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-..you can place a cushion there.

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-You want to stretch forward.

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-Rest the forehead on the floor...

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-..or a block or a book...

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-..if you can't reach the floor.

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-Next, you can do the cat cow.

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-Breathe out and

-roll up each vertebrae.

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-These are things that anyone can do.

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-You should attend a yoga class that

-is for pregnant women.

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-Next, we honour a worthy recipient

-with our Salt of the Earth plate.

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-Today, Alwyn doesn't have to go far

-from our studio here in Llanelli.

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-I've come to The Saint Michael's

-and All the Angels Church in Dafen.

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-There's one benefactor who has been

-caring for the churchyard for years.

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-He's currently in a meeting and

-I'm going to surprise him.

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-Hello and good afternoon,

-I'm sorry to disturb the meeting.

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-Is everybody happy?

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-Is everybody happy?

-

-Yes.

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-I'm looking for the man who cares

-for the churchyard, Mr Wyn Killa.

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-APPLAUSE

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-Since when have you been working

-in the churchyard?

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-About eight years.

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-It looks wonderful.

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-It looks wonderful.

-

-Thank you.

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-You've been nominated

-for the Salt of the Earth prize.

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-Congratulations and

-thank you on behalf of everyone.

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-APPLAUSE

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-He's a quiet man, who does the work

-without saying anything.

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-His work is fantastic and he keeps

-the church environment clean.

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-Wyn honours the people of the

-cemetery with his work.

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-He's a noble and humble man and

-didn't know what to say to you.

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-What you see is what you get.

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-Wyn is a wonderful man,

-who works all-day every Wednesday.

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-He's an inspiration and comes

-quietly to church every Sunday.

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-Wyn says himself that he worships

-every Wednesday that he comes here.

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-There have been many weddings and

-christenings at the church.

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-Everyone is impressed

-with our cemetery and churchyard.

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-Wyn deserves the recognition

-as he does all of the work.

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-He won't say, but he also goes

-around people's gardens to help.

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-I tell him if I know of an elderly

-person who needs help at home...

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-..and he goes to do the work

-without complaint or any fuss.

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-He takes all his tools and

-does whatever needs to be done.

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-People want to pay him, but he won't

-accept it as he loves helping.

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-How do you feel?

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-It was a shock to see you come

-through the door.

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-You didn't expect it?

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-You didn't expect it?

-

-No, not at all.

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-Why do you do it?

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-I enjoy being out in the garden

-when the sun is shining.

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-I'll soon be in the cemetery myself!

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-He's a big fan of playing golf and

-keeps himself fit.

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-Wyn compares playing golf to using

-the strimmer.

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-Do you think that helping in the

-cemetery is part of your religion?

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-I think so.

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-A lot of people have done the job

-before me and I enjoy doing it.

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-Is he a Salt of the Earth?

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-Is he a Salt of the Earth?

-

-Without a doubt.

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-The Americans say one of the good

-guys and he's one of the very good.

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-We've very grateful to Wyn.

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-He's certainly a Salt of the Earth.

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-Congratulations to Wyn Killa.

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-Don't forget about Heno at 7.00pm

-for another evening of delights.

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-Heno counts down to the game

-between Wales and Ireland...

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-..and discovers the close links

-between the neighbouring countries.

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-World Kidney Day is marked

-with two sisters from North Wales.

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-And Daniel Lloyd drops in

-for a chat and a song.

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-Join Angharad at 7.00pm tonight.

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-In the final part

-of Prynhawn Da...

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-..we've got more casual dresses

-with Huw in the fashion corner.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We round up the programme on the

-catwalk with more casual dresses.

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-We've got three different styles

-to come.

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-The first outfit

-is from the high street.

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-Nest is the first model to return.

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-Star by Julien Macdonald can

-be found in Debenhams.

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-There's a great cut

-to this wrap dress.

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-It can be difficult

-to design wrap dresses.

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-There's a wonderful sleeve on this.

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-Women of all ages can hide the top

-of their arms.

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-All ages might want to hide the tops

-of their arms.

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-This style suits Nest.

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-You have to practice

-how you wrap this around.

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-This can be a difficult design

-to wear.

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-I like the extra detail

-of the hemline.

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-This is so easy to accessorize.

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-You could go for black, pink

-or white.

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-You could even go for a turquoise.

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-We will see a lot of pink

-in the summer.

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-There are different tones of pink

-as well.

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-Our next model is Nia.

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-Nia looks like a fairy

-of the fairy glen.

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-Nia's dress is 120 from ASOS Salon.

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-ASOS looks at

-the catwalks designs...

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-..and tries to copy them.

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-The big designers

-have been doing this look.

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-This works in this country

-when the sun is shining.

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-It would also look great

-in a hot country.

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-This comes in two pieces.

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-The aim of this design

-is to create a naive look.

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-A lot of the designers have turned

-away from the sexual look...

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-..and have turned to things

-that hide the body.

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-This is a small price for a dress...

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-..when you compare how much

-the designers charge for it.

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-Our final model is Katie.

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-It's 155 for the Lauren

-by Ralph Lauren dress.

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-This is one of the diffusion ranges.

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-I like the simplicity of the dress.

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-Look at the panels at the front.

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-They've put the panels

-in this jersey dress...

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-..and anyone who can do

-a good job of that...

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-..can demand a high price

-for the dress.

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-I love a bargain.

0:41:010:41:07

-I don't think anyone has

-as many Man bags are me.

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-Coach does a lot of expensive bags.

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-I've found a bag for a third

-of it's original price.

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-The bag is 99 from Coach

-at TK Maxx.

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-This would make a great gift for the

-girlfriend.

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-That's it from us today,

-but we're back tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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