Pennod 186 Prynhawn Da


Pennod 186

Byddwn yn dathlu mis te, yn ymweld a ffatri wydr yng Nghrymych ac yn edrych ar ffasiwn. We celebrate hot tea month, visit Derw Glass in Crymych and take a look at high street fa...


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-Hello and welcome to Thursday's

-Prynhawn Da from Llanelli.

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-The weeks are flying by.

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-In a moment, we'll be chatting to

-the tea expert, Dafydd Cadwaladr.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-This is what else you can expect

-on today's programme.

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-What fashion advice

-do you have for us today, Huw?

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-The sun is shining

-and spring is around the corner.

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-Today, I'm looking at

-the latest floral fashions.

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-Dr Ann discusses something you'll

-know well if you have children...

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-..head lice or nits.

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-Daf Wyn has been to visit the Derw

-Glass company and their pieces...

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-..including a large one to mark

-a special historical milestone.

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-If you've recently had a pet...

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-..Meleri Tweed has all

-the essential advice you'll need.

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-Stay with us

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-January is Hot Tea Month.

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-It's the perfect excuse to welcome

-the tea expert, Dafydd Cadwaladr.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Where has your interest in tea

-come from?

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-My interest in tea started from a

-young age.

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-I would come home from school and

-have tea with my family.

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-I was the youngest of five children.

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-Mam would dip Earl Grey tea in with

-the ordinary PG Tips.

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-I remember the taste today.

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-Mam found some Earl Grey tea.

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-Earl Grey has a strong taste.

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-I'm interested in tea

-and the history of it.

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-We connect tea with China and India.

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-You've brought in

-a selection of teas.

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-Here are a variety of teas.

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-Hot Tea Month

-encourages us to branch out...

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-..and try different types of tea

-to fit different moods, tastes...

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-..and even environment.

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-Tea comes from different leaves.

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-The leaves of certain teas

-can be larger than others.

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-There's something personal about

-the type of teas people choose.

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-There's also tannin in some teas.

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-There are tannins in tea.

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-You will need to use milk

-with certain ones.

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-I drank chai tea in India.

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-Tea is then shared into

-three different categories...

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-..green tea, oolong and black tea.

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-It's claimed that there are over

-3,000 types of tea in the world.

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-Green tea is not oxidized.

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-It keeps the vital colour.

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-The green tea comes

-from leaves like this.

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-It contains a lot of antioxidants.

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-This tea is pure.

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-Let's sample it.

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-This isn't too strong.

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-It's light.

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-Oolong tea is semi-oxidized.

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-You want to bite

-the green tea leaves.

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-The colour has started

-to change in this process.

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-It has a different aroma.

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-This is only a few days older

-than green tea.

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-When the anti-oxidants reduce,

-there are more tannins.

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-This is stronger

-than the green tea.

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-I didn't like it

-the first time I tried it.

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-It can be quite sour.

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-From oolong tea,

-we move on to the black tea.

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-This is from the Unan area of China.

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-This is much stronger.

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-Nothing has been added to this.

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-This has been left to fully oxidize.

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-This can be quite sweet.

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-What do you prefer out of the three?

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-It depends on the mood

-which one I drink.

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-The cups and saucers are colourful!

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-I work outdoors with the trees.

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-The end of the day tea

-you have a drink to relax.

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-First thing in the morning,

-we have a tea.

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-We want something to energize us

-through the day.

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-This tea is from China.

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-This is broken orange pino tea.

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-This has a different taste

-and a strong aroma.

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-We'll finish with the strong tea.

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-The preparation is imperative too.

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-Yes, the preparation of the tea

-is important.

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-There's something homely

-about having a cup of tea.

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-It has to be in tip-top

-condition to have it...

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-..and the water needs to be

-at the right temperature.

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-It's time to head

-to the fashion corner.

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-Today, Huw has floral

-inspired clothing for us.

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-The presenters say they work hard...

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-..but they enjoy their tea!

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-Floral fashions

-are already on the high street.

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-You don't usually see them

-on the high street this early.

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-There was some ground frost

-this morning...

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-..but the sun has come out.

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-There are many different styles

-today.

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-Nest is our first model.

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-You could wear this to work.

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-I would either wear this

-with a small pattern or large.

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-The colours are suitable for work.

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-You don't want the large

-flowery patterns for work.

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-Nest's outfit is from Debenhams.

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-All of the brands

-are within Debenhams stores.

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-The dress is 49

-from Julien Macdonald.

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-There's a lot of stretch

-in this jacket.

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-The length is also great

-on this jacket for Nest.

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-We've teamed it with

-a midi skirt and lovely heels.

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-Next, we have Alison.

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-I've started with a bright colour.

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-This pink is wonderful.

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-The blouse has a touch of pink

-in the flowers.

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-The colour looks great.

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-Yellow would make a great statement.

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-The trousers are also comfortable.

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-I've teamed it with a floral bag.

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-I haven't worried that

-the blouse clashes with the bag.

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-You don't want to match too much.

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-If you go out and see a collection

-in stores that are floral...

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-..if a lot of the accessories

-are floral also...

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-..you know it will be a statement

-and you should buy the items.

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-The sun is shining now!

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-Shopping is better in the sunshine.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-I was caught out with this outfit.

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-I thought this was a prairie dress.

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-However, this is culottes.

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-If you are larger on the top

-than on the bottom...

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-..this is going to be great for you.

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-The print is ideal for you.

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-Christine's outfit

-is also from Debenhams.

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-You want shoes with a bit of heel

-with an outfit like this.

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-This is going to be a great outfit

-to move into the summer.

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-You could wear it with

-a linen jacket and sandals.

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-Designers are not going down

-the usual route.

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-What are culottes?

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-You will see a lot of

-children wearing culottes...

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-..at the Royal Welsh Show.

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-After the break, Dr Ann discusses

-the common problem of head lice.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open the surgery doors

-with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm itching by thinking of

-today's topic of head lice.

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-Doctors are warning that treating

-these pests is becoming harder.

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-We have an image of the head lice.

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-They are the size of a pin-top.

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-Robert Hook devised the

-first microscope.

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-He coined the term cell.

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-This was three centuries ago.

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-These critters feed off the scalp.

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-Many think that the

-head lice can jump.

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-These critters will spread.

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-They lay eggs on the hair.

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-However, they can't jump.

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-There are two pipes

-in these critters.

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-These pipes enable them

-to feed off your blood.

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-For how long can they live

-in the hair?

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-The eggs are laid on the scalp.

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-The eggs open after a few days.

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-It can become a vicious circle.

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-These are the eggs shells.

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-If you see shells on the hair...

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-..it doesn't mean

-that head lice are present.

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-It needs to be treated.

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-I recall using a nit comb

-as a child.

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-It's important that children

-brush their hair after school.

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-These critters

-are becoming more resistant.

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-Headryn is a great product.

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-Brush your hair every day.

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-Take a piece of paper

-and comb your hair to find nits.

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-My granddaughter listens to me

-and brushes her hair after school.

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-Head lice is more common

-in children.

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-It's more common among children.

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-But the same applies with adults.

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-Brush your hair daily.

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-the head lice behind or on the ear.

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-It's important to find head lice

-when they are alive.

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-Information is available online.

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-There's plenty of information

-online.

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-Ask your pharmacist for advice.

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-It's time to tell you what you'll

-see on Heno this evening.

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-Elin takes a look around the new

-Ysgol Hafod Lon in Penrhyndeudraeth.

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-Gerallt will be in the company of

-the Harry Parry author in Llanengan.

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-Mirain Fflur from the programme,

-Pigo Dy Drwyn, is Angharad's guest.

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-Make sure you tune in at 7.00pm.

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-After the break, Meleri Tweed has

-advice for those purchasing a pet.

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-Daf Wyn visits the West

-Wales glass company...

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-..celebrating a special milestone.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we head to Pembrokeshire to

-hear about a special glass company.

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-Derw Glass is celebrating

-a special milestone.

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-From their factory in rural Wales,

-masterpieces are created.

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-Daf Wyn has been to find out more.

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-In North Pembrokeshire, under the

-shadow of the Preseli Mountains...

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-..by travelling down

-the rural narrow roads...

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-..you'll come across South Wales'

-largest glass making company.

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-This year, Derw Glass celebrate

-their 25th anniversary.

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-The company was established in 1992

-with just one worker.

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-These days, a team of 90 work at the

-site in Blaenffos near Crymych...

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-..with glass services of every image

-and colour being created here.

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-How many items do you make daily?

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-We do 1,200 double glazed units,

-glass shelves, shower screens...

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-..painted splashbacks for kitchens

-and bathrooms, mirrors...

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-..bevelled mirrors and even windows

-for the back of a tractor.

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-We can make anything customers need,

-but they have to be flat.

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-We cater to our customers needs,

-but we can't make drinking glasses.

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-What we currently make here,

-we know we make them well.

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-We're going to stick

-with what we can do.

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-One of the most important machines

-is the glass cutting board.

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-Every piece has to be perfect to the

-millimetre as asked by the customer.

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-Luckily, there's equipment

-to guarantee this.

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-The system is computerized.

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-The work comes from the

-office to the table automatically.

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-We don't have to run around,

-it all comes down to the factory.

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-The glass is cut on this machine

-which has a diamond cutting wheel.

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-It cuts the glass to leave the

-minimum amount of waste.

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-This machine can cut the glass

-for 20 orders at the same time.

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-By the end of the day, they will end

-up as double glazed unit.

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-How long would it have taken by hand

-when you compare it to today?

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-It used to take seven days to do the

-work this machine does in a day.

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-There is little waste and the unused

-pieces of glass are recycled.

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-Gold and water are an important part

-of this business.

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-Gold helps to transport the heavy

-pieces of glass to locations...

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-..and the water helps to clean and

-cut the glass.

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-Electricity is another special

-element and they use a lot of it.

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-I hope you don't mind me asking, but

-the electricity bill must be big?

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-It's around 24,000 a month, but the

-machine behind us uses a lot.

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-What does it do?

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-We put the glass in

-before it is flattened...

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-..and it's cooked to 700 - 800

-degrees for around five minutes.

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-It then comes out through the fans

-and squelched.

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-There are some on their way out now.

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-Are they hot now?

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-Are they hot now?

-

-Give it a test.

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-That's solid.

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-It can fall of the floor now

-and it won't break.

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-There's plum, specialized pieces and

-glass digital printing made here.

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-What are the future plans of the

-business?

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-In the future, we hope to do more

-specialist and processed work.

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-These days, people like to have

-things that are different.

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-You've got a very unique business.

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-We try our best.

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-Happy birthday to Derw Glass.

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-At this time of year...

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-..there's an increasing number of

-animals arriving at rescue centres.

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-The vet, Meleri Tweed join us now.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Why are so many animals taken

-to rescue centres this time of year?

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-There are many reasons for this.

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-give pets for Christmas gifts.

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-This is quite sad.

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-We have tried to encourage people

-not to do this.

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-Does it frustrate you?

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-This continues to happen today.

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-It's also so much easier

-to buy pets online.

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-Many people buy on impulse and

-don't think it through properly.

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-Looking after a pet is expensive.

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-What should you do

-after purchasing a pet?

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-It's important that your dog should

-have a health check at the vet.

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-Ensure that they have jabs.

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-Is there a certificate to say that

-they've had their vaccinations?

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-They may have already have them if

-they come from a rescue centre.

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-If you don't have any paperwork

-about any vaccinations...

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-..it's important that they are

-vaccinated.

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-They can be vaccinated twice.

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-It won't harm the pet.

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-It's important that your dog also

-socializes outside the house.

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-You want your dog to grow into

-a happy and confident dog.

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-When should you start

-training your dog?

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-You should also train them

-at any time.

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-It's important to train them at an

-early age.

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-When should you take

-out pet insurance?

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-Many people tend to leave pet

-insurance...

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-..but it's important

-that you get it immediately.

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-What food should you give them?

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-Buy quality food and ensure that

-your dog has a healthy diet.

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-You can also get plenty of dietary

-advice from your vet.

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-Do cats need vaccinations?

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-The same applies with cats.

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-It's important to keep your cat

-indoors before they are neutered.

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-This causes less problems for you

-and the cat.

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-What should you do with rabbits

-or smaller animals?

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-You should also keep

-pet rabbits healthy.

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-Ensure you visit the vets.

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-It's important that parents

-encourage their children...

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-..to show an interest

-in their pet rabbits.

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-They need to learn how to look after

-their rabbits.

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-Parents needs to invest plenty

-of time and patience.

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-Our Gossip Girls join us tomorrow

-and are ready to have their say.

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-Hello to our Gossip Girls.

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-What do you think, ladies?

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-What do you think, ladies?

-

-Mami, something awful has happened!

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-That worries me.

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-That worries me.

-

-And it scares me.

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-Thanks to Olive from Penygroes.

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-Have you shopped in your pyjamas?

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-Have you shopped in your pyjamas?

-

-There is a choice.

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-Why do they get it and not us?

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-Why do they get it and not us?

-

-No-one says about Bale's top-knot.

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-It's a different story.

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-It's a different story.

-

-It isn't the first, or the last.

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-The Gossip Girls will discuss

-a number of different topics...

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-..including why there isn't enough

-statues to honour women in Wales.

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-What woman would you like to see

-honoured with a statue in Wales?

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-Contact us with your opinion.

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-Is your heroine worthy of a statue?

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-Call 01554 880 880,

-or email [email protected]

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-After the break, Huw returns

-with some more floral fashion.

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-Welcome back.

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-Huw has returned with

-some more floral fashion.

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-Yes, I've got more floral fashions.

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-They look fresh.

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-I like shopping this time of year.

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-There are still many sales

-in stores.

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-There's so many clothes.

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-You will need to go to the back

-of the shop...

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-..to see the latest designs.

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-All of the sale clothes are usually

-at the front of the stores.

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-You need a bag full of patience!

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-The new collections

-are starting to arrive.

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-Christine is our first model

-to return.

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-This piece can be work

-season after season.

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-They will be seen

-as a statement piece.

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-This is the latest big deal.

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-We've seen these jackets

-for a few years.

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-They keep coming back

-into the stores.

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-This tells you what to wear with it.

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-You can look at the pattern...

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-..and see what colours

-it will look great with.

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-Anything with a pattern gives you

-an idea of what to wear with it.

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-I've used a lot of black today.

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-I've stayed away

-from the bright colours.

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-This look doesn't break new ground,

-but is great.

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-Our next model is Alison.

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-This outfit is great.

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-The accent colours

-in this outfit looks great.

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-The shoes are great.

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-What a shame we have a red carpet...

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-..as these shoes are great

-and will stand out.

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-Next look at a pattern and know

-what it will look great with...

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-..over the coming seasons.

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-You know things will be

-fashionable for a while...

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-..if there are more than

-piece in the same pattern.

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-I like to match the leather bags

-with the navy of the dress.

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-Our final model is Nest.

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-This is my favourite.

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-I saw this before Christmas.

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-Some of the new collections

-came in before Christmas.

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-I did some research and realized

-that the floral fashions...

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-..are very popular.

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-The collar will tick two boxes.

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-Years ago,

-when you wore a night dress...

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-..there was piping on it.

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-Just like this dress.

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-This dress reminds of going

-to festivals.

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-Yes, this is festival fashion.

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-This takes you back

-to the 1970s and 1980s.

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-The bag picks up

-on the accents of the dress.

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-The boots are great.

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-I wouldn't tell you to buy

-these boots...

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-..unless they are on sale.

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-That's it from us today.

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-What woman would you like to see

-honoured with a statue in Wales?

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-Contact us and join the debate

-with our Gossip Girls tomorrow.

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-Daniel is also in the kitchen

-Lowri and reviews the latest films.

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-There's more from Llys Nini

-after the news and weather on S4C.

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-Goodbye.

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Byddwn yn dathlu mis te, yn ymweld a ffatri wydr yng Nghrymych ac yn edrych ar ffasiwn. We celebrate hot tea month, visit Derw Glass in Crymych and take a look at high street fashion.


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