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-Hello and how are you?
-and the weekend is within reach.
-It's the first full week
-back at work for many of us.
-But is snow forecast for today
-and the weekend, Yvonne?
-Some parts of the country
-will have wintry showers.
-Wales has already seen some snow
-in Blaenau Gwent, Carmarthenshire...
-..and in the Neath
-Port Talbot region.
-Thanks to the village of Beaufort in
-Blaenau Gwent for their snow news.
-Don't forget to send us your
-photographs of the snow.
-Huw is in the fashion corner, but
-what does he have in store for us?
-I don't have
-a specific theme today...
-..but have pieces from the
-new collections in the shops.
-Threadworms are under the spotlight
-with Dr Ann in the surgery.
-We hear about new walking paths at
-the Botanical Garden in Llanarthne.
-Our antiques expert, Viv, looks at
-some popular collectibles for men.
-Join Owain and me for the next 50
-minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.
-Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
-has appointed 21 new ambassadors...
-..to be located at
-seven universities across Wales.
-They're responsible for hosting
-various tasks throughout the year.
-The scheme is a great success.
-We're joined by Kayleigh Jones
-who was an ambassador last year...
-..and the newly-appointed,
-Gwenllian Mair Jones.
-Welcome to you both.
-It's quite an honour
-to be an ambassador.
-How did you enjoy your year
-as an ambassador, Kayleigh?
-..we want to encourage pupils to
-study through the medium of Welsh.
-We would visit schools.
-We also have to write blogs.
-I'm studying Law in Cardiff.
-I decided to be an ambassador...
-..because I've been educated
-through the medium of Welsh.
-It's important to be
-proud of the language.
-I'm studying in Welsh.
-It does make me more comfortable.
-I had to study Law
-..when I was in Cardiff.
-I have all my tutorials in Welsh.
-The lectures are in English.
-I translate my work.
-You're studying in Swansea.
-What are you studying?
-I'm studying Welsh and Maths.
-I'm a Welsh learner.
-I wanted to do more
-with the Welsh language.
-There's 21 ambassadors with
-the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.
-There's three in Cardiff.
-I've written a few blogs.
-It's all about my experiences
-of winning the scholarship.
-I get 1,000 a year
-over the three-year-course.
-The funding is great...
-..because the books
-are very expensive.
-The closing date for those
-who want to get a scholarship...
-..is on Sunday 15 January.
-You can find
-the application forms...
-..on the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
-You can also get 5,000
-for another scholarship...
-..if you want to study
-your course all through Welsh.
-The Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol also
-provides lecturers across Wales.
-You're graduating this year.
-What are your plans?
-I want to do teacher training
-to teach in Welsh.
-I don't know what I'll do
-after my course.
-I might become a councillor.
-What's your advice, Kayleigh?
-I think she should enjoy it.
-Everyone is very friendly.
-Don't forget to get those
-application forms in...
-..for the scholarship.
-Let's head to the fashion corner
-all the shops are full of sales.
-There's still some bargains.
-A lot of the items are old
-and people don't want to buy them.
-Today, I want to look
-at the new collections.
-There isn't a lot of new collections
-in the shops at the moment.
-I don't have a specific theme today.
-Christine is wearing items from
-the collections within Debenhams.
-This has a military style.
-Debenhams has got some
-The coat is from the Star range
-by Julien Macdonald.
-It's 160 for the coat.
-You can feel the quality
-in the coat.
-It has great weight.
-There's a lot of details
-with the buttons...
-..and the velvet sleeve.
-You can get a short jacket
-..that I showed on Heno last week.
-This is a coat for Prynhawn Da!
-There's also the bottle green top.
-Black looks great with bottle green.
-There's some three-quarter length
-These take us through the season.
-The shops want us to buy
-the new collections.
-A lot of people remember
-the Granny Shoes from the 1980s.
-These are reminiscent of that time.
-It does help to be tall
-if you wear these trousers.
-Shorter people can shop
-in the petite range.
-Our next model is Tanya.
-Tanya's outfit is from Next.
-I love this jacket.
-It reminds me of the fabric
-used in wetsuits.
-It was a popular fabric
-in the late 1980s.
-I remember owning a jacket
-in the 1980s.
-A lot of these jackets
-are meant to be loose.
-You should buy your own size...
-..and don't buy a smaller one.
-It's very warm.
-We can see the tunic underneath.
-Don't worry that
-it's longer than the coat.
-There's also some jeans
-and a great pair of shoes.
-They had a name in the past
-but I can't say it this afternoon!
-In Llanelli, there's a group
-of the original Mods.
-They meet once a month in Llanelli.
-Margaret is our final model.
-This outfit is very simple.
-Topshop, New Look
-and River Island...
-..all had similar floral jackets
-over the summer.
-More shops have jumped on
-the band wagon!
-This jacket will take you through
-to the spring and summer.
-Monsoon is still selling boots.
-I'm glad to say that!
-These are suede boots.
-Invest in the protector.
-You should spray them
-when you buy them.
-Spray them each week if worn often.
-After the break,
-Dr Ann discusses threadworms.
-We also take a peek at the new
-trails at the Botanical Gardens.
-Welcome back and welcome to Dr Ann.
-You'll discuss several topics today.
-Let's start with threadworms which
-is common in schools around Wales.
-I remember being warned against them
-by my mother...
-..when I was a child.
-Threadworm is common.
-Parents don't know how common it is.
-It starts when children
-go to school.
-They are worms that live
-in our intestines.
-We could see the worms
-in the intestine in that image.
-The white blobs are eggs.
-The worms start to grow
-in the intestine.
-Millions are laid around the anus.
-They are infectious.
-The worm also secretes
-a mucus that causes itching.
-The mucus is very sticky.
-It causes an allergy.
-It can be spread.
-These eggs can remain on your body
-for a fortnight.
-Is it true that they are more common
-Yes, they are more common
-in young children.
-Hygiene is important.
-These eggs are also airborne.
-It's important that
-you keep things clean.
-You may see these eggs
-in their waste.
-They do move around.
-Mebendazole kills the worms.
-Take one dose and then another dose
-after a fortnight.
-Every member of the family
-must take this.
-You shouldn't take it
-if you are pregnant.
-Send a letter to the school
-to notify them after it.
-This brush is able to kill the eggs.
-You should trim the nails
-of the child too.
-We also have a lotion that helps.
-It's important to wash bedsheets.
-Ensure that the eggs
-don't spread in the night.
-Norovirus has affected many people
-across Wales in recent weeks.
-We mentioned this a fortnight ago.
-are closing because of it.
-diarrhoea and vomiting.
-Norovirus can be spread to others
-Try avoiding going to your GP.
-It's important that you keep
-Bleach taps and toilets
-and everything around you.
-as the infection is airborne.
-Hygiene is important again
-and wash your hands.
-Wait three days after
-the first bout of diarrhoea to eat.
-Don't visit hospitals too.
-If you've promised yourself
-to do more walking this year...
-..why not try the new trails at the
-National Botanic Garden, Llanarthne?
-Weekdays are free in January,
-so there's no excuse!
-January is a special month as
-it's free entry during the week...
-..and only 3 at the weekend.
-There's an array of activities
-and a new series of trails.
-These aim to encourage people
-to get healthy during the month.
-Our Butterfly House is still open.
-It houses a lot of interesting
-things and is unique to the site.
-You can also enjoy the land
-and we hope the weather stays fine.
-Large walking groups take advantage
-of the free entry to the site...
-..and have four different trails
-for people to follow...
-from ten to 90-minutes-long.
-The short, ten-minute trail takes
-you around the Great Glasshouse...
-..and offers amazing views
-of the valley and lakes.
-The long red trail takes you to the
-Waun Las National Nature Reserve.
-It takes you through the moorland
-and the views are worth seeing.
-Visitors to the garden in January
-can see an array of wildlife.
-If you're lucky,
-you could spot an otter and robins.
-Walkers will also spot the squirrels
-in the trees.
-The trails are suitable for all ages
-The shortest is on flat ground
-so is fine for a pram or wheelchair.
-The longer trails are uneven
-and can get muddy...
-..but there's something
-The trails start at the Great
-Glasshouse and cover all the garden.
-They start but separate at the
-Waun Las National Nature Reserve.
-You'll pass Waun Las Farmhouse
-and can choose your route.
-Both are the same distance and
-contain the same amount of steps...
-..and boast some amazing scenery.
-Those visiting the garden in January
-should visit the website...
-..and download the map for the
-trails and all the required details.
-The map tells you the number
-of steps, the starting point...
-..the number of calories you'll burn
-and has details of any highlights.
-Those interested in visiting us
-..can contact us on Instagram,
-Twitter and Facebook.
-Come and see us in January!
-Make sure that you visit
-the National Botanic Garden.
-Don't forget about
-tonight's Heno at 7.00pm.
-Daf Wyn is at Theatr Felinfach...
-..for the opening night of a new
-production of Teilwng Yw'r Oen.
-Llinos Lee takes a look at the
-new rally car of Elfyn Evans.
-After the break...
-..Viv joins us with a collection of
-antiques that will appeal to men...
-..and are also back in fashion.
-Next, we discuss antiques
-that are hugely popular among men...
-..and referred to as 'mantiques'...
-..with our expert, Viv Watkins.
-What are 'mantiques?'
-Mantiques are considered as antiques
-or collectibles that appeal to men.
-Men store these items in their
-'man caves' or their personal room.
-This is becoming more fashionable
-among young men.
-Traditionally, women would collect
-but now it's men who collect them.
-It's all about what's fashionable.
-Television and magazines have
-influenced men to collect these.
-Men want to put their own stamp
-on their homes.
-A lot of men live alone
-Let's start with these pub goods.
-These items are considered as
-Many men build bars in their homes.
-You can collect pub items
-such as trays and beer pumps.
-The beer pump is 40
-and the most expensive here.
-These items are relatively cheap.
-We've got a selection
-of cine cameras...
-..that are originally
-from the 1930s.
-These cameras are early versions
-and cost up to 30 each.
-They are still in working order
-and you can buy films for them.
-They are collectibles.
-We also have some toys.
-We've got an American Triang truck.
-It's a tinplate company.
-There was company
-in Merthyr called Triang.
-We also have Dinky and Corgi.
-We also have a few cars.
-The lorry is about 30.
-Ensure that they are in their
-original boxes and packaging.
-Lamps are very popular.
-It's all about creating something
-that is quite industrial.
-Other items were made out of lamps.
-People like the rustic look.
-What about trench art?
-Wartime collectibles are popular.
-We've got an example of an old shell
-that has been made into a money box.
-The money box costs about 80.
-There's a propeller pen-holder.
-There's also a ration box.
-The ration box is worth 30 to 40.
-It's important that they are in
-a good condition.
-We have a saucepan and bowl
-that turn into other items.
-The German U-Boats would only carry
-The U-Boats had to be lightweight.
-We've got spanner number two.
-The spanner can be adapted
-so it has multiple uses.
-The spanners are quite rate.
-Petroliana is also popular.
-This GPO can is in good condition.
-It's important that they display
-the brand name.
-Oil cans in good condition
-are very popular.
-There are oil cans from the 1950s.
-These items are found in old garages
-Model heads are fashionable too.
-Would you call that an antique?
-You would consider these items as
-The same applies with skeletons
-and prosthetic legs.
-This was a hot-water bottle.
-It's been turned into a lamp.
-They are good sellers.
-It's worth around 40.
-are very popular.
-They are only valuable
-when they come with their boxes.
-The most expensive item we have
-is the Brooke Bond Tea enamel sign.
-It would sell
-for about 250 to 300.
-These are rare items.
-After the break, we take a look at
-more high street fashion with Huw.
-We close today's programme
-in the fashion corner with Huw.
-Do you collect anything?
-We just had an item on collectibles.
-People think that
-I have a minimalist home.
-But that isn't the case.
-I often bid for items...
-..that are cases that
-contain an array of items.
-Remind us of today's theme, Huw.
-These are items from
-the new collections in the shops.
-I'm not following a trend.
-I just chose the items
-that I liked for my models.
-The colour of this coat is great.
-Let's start with
-the positives of the coat...
-..because it's a lovely colour
-and good quality.
-However, be careful
-when you're wearing it.
-Don't hang a coat
-on the back of a chair...
-..as it could get dirty!
-The coat is by Jasper Conran.
-It's 95 for the coat.
-It's a lovely fabric.
-It's similar to a trench coat.
-It has a great length.
-The blouse underneath it
-is from the same tone.
-A lot of the magazines...
-..talk about tone-on-tone items.
-These are teamed
-with black trousers.
-There's a lot of loose trousers
-in the shops at the moment.
-Flat shoes looked very strange...
-..with these trousers.
-These are the Granny shoes
-we saw earlier!
-Our next model is Tanya.
-You could think that I was
-quite lazy with today's outfit...
-..and I knew this dress
-would suit Tanya.
-This dress was in River Island
-in the summer...
-..but it was sleeveless.
-I love the colour of it.
-There's a button on the bust...
-..to ensure that the top
-doesn't slip open.
-There's a short petticoat
-You can tack the hem...
-..to avoid flashing
-too much of your leg!
-I have to thank my viewers.
-The people of River Island...
-..told me today that
-they had a lot of shoppers...
-..who had seen something
-on Prynhawn Da.
-Florals are a big statement
-I've gone for the florals
-on the bag.
-The shoes match the brass
-on the bag.
-Christine is our final model.
-Christine loves her leather jackets.
-I didn't intend on using
-a biker jacket today.
-I walked passed this jacket...
-..and it's leatherette...
-..but it feels like real leather.
-I had to pick it up.
-The jacket is 55
-from Marks and Spencer.
-for Christine's outfit.
-These are all from the different
-ranges in Marks and Spencer.
-There's a lot of mustard
-in Marks and Spencer...
-..and in River Island.
-You can match the items
-from the various shops.
-You can wear these
-in all sorts of ways.
-The shoes by Marks and Spencer
-There's plenty of items
-to bridge the seasons!
-That's it from us today,
-but we return tomorrow on Friday 13.
-You can win 100 or more
-in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.
-And smacking children
-is a topic for our Gossip Girls.
-There's an opinion poll
-on our Twitter page at the moment...
-..so contact us with your views.
-The news and weather on S4C
-is followed by Llys Nini.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.