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Fe fyddwn ni'n edrych ymlaen at Wyl Llandudoch ac yn clywed am apel gan Oxfam Cymru. We look forward to St Dogmaels Festival and find out why Oxfam Cymru are looking for volunte...


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-Hello and a warm welcome

-once again to the programme.

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-I say warm but it's chilly outside.

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-We suggest you wrap up warm, but

-I'm sure our company is warm enough.

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-We've got plenty to entertain you on

-Prynhawn Da for the next 50 minutes.

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-We venture to the fashion corner to

-focus on sleeved garments with Huw.

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-Oxfam's Deio Gruffydd discusses the

-latest drive to attract volunteers.

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-Rhidian Huw Evans tells us about

-a community festival in St Dogmaels.

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-And we hear about the Mold Gold Cape

-on display at Wrexham, back in 2005.

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-Now, it's being commemorated in the

-next series of Royal Mail stamps.

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-We've got plenty to discuss today,

-so stay tuned to Yvonne and myself.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Every year, on the 27 January,

-which is tomorrow...

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-..we remember the Holocaust.

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-The day remembers the millions of

-people who were murdered by Nazis...

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-..or whose lives were changed

-beyond recognition.

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-In 1943, Cwmgiedd residents

-in the Swansea Valley...

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-..appeared in a propaganda film

-about the events in Eastern Europe.

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-The Silent Village is now

-a very well-known film.

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-Arwel Michael starred in the film

-despite being only two years old.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-How was Cwmgiedd chosen

-for the film location?

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-It was chosen as

-the location for the film...

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-..when they searched for

-a special village.

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-It had to include people

-who used to work in the coal mines.

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-They went to Ystrad and they saw

-a tourist card for our village.

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-The man in charge walked up

-the road...

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-..and he wanted to use it.

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-Tell us what happened in Lidice.

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-The Nazis had filmed

-everything they had done.

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-A man from the Czech Republic

-has escaped.

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-He contacted Humphrey Jennings...

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-..and said it was worth

-making a film.

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-Over 192 men were killed.

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-Many women were sent to

-the Nazi camp, Ravensbruck.

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-The women didn't know

-what had happened.

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-They walked home.

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-It was 300k away.

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-At least 88 children

-were sent to Poland.

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-They were taken from their families.

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-They wanted to see how many

-were pure enough to turn them...

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-..into Germans.

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-They returned after the war, but

-they couldn't speak the language.

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-Many were gassed in lorries.

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-They were murdered.

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-The mothers came back and didn't

-know their children had died...

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-..and also their husbands.

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-What are your memories of the film?

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-I was only two years old.

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-My father would return

-after working in the coal mine.

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-He would bathe and get into bed...

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-..and the film crew would call him

-after half an hour...

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-..as it would be fine enough

-to film.

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-The film is available to watch

-on YouTube.

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-The film showed what could

-have happened in Wales.

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-They didn't want professional actors

-in the film.

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-They wanted life to continue

-in the village...

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-..as it would have

-in the Czech Republic.

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-The men would go to work.

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-They came back on the 9 June 1942...

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-..and all of the men

-were sent to a farm.

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-The killing then started.

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-Five men were killed at a time.

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-They then changed it

-to be ten at a time.

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-They were lined up against a wall.

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-There would be rows and rows of men.

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-The men had to stand to be killed

-among the dead bodies.

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-What does Lidice look like now?

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-The old village in

-the Czech Republic is now a park.

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-They changed its landscape.

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-They changed it entirely

-and even removed the soil.

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-They uncovered the graves

-of the men.

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-The soil had grown higher than

-any other part of the village.

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-There's a talk in Cardiff tomorrow.

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-I'll be speaking

-in Cardiff tomorrow.

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-I'll be chatting about

-the connection with our village.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Here's Huw with a reminder

-of what he's got for us today.

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-Today, we're looking at one of

-the main themes on the high street.

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-It's the statement sleeve.

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-We see them in a variety of clothes.

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-All of the sleeves today

-are different.

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-Who would believe that they would

-get so much attention in the media.

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-I'm wearing a three-quarter sleeve.

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-Our first model is Sian.

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-This is a simple jumper.

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-The sleeve has a different material

-to the jumper.

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-They've kept the frill

-all the way down to the sleeve.

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-The material in the jumper

-is different to the sleeve.

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-It has a Spanish look.

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-You have to be careful

-when washing this...

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-..but you should follow

-the instructions.

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-Our next model is Hannah.

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-The designers looked

-at the Oscars last year...

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-..for the sleeve design for this.

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-The short sleeve

-has a frill at the end.

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-If you are slightly larger...

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-..a frill will draw attention

-to your arms.

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-Next, we have Margaret.

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-We saw the frill across the body

-on the first jumper.

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-This is from a different designer.

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-It's 25 for this

-Marks and Spencer blouse.

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-The same influences

-are put on many of the designers.

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-We have the same material

-across this jumper.

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-You have to be careful

-with what you put on top of this.

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-You will need a larger jacket...

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-..as you don't want

-the sleeves to crease.

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-This is great for any shape.

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-It's a great spring colour too.

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-Earlier,

-I mentioned the bell sleeve.

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-The details can be found

-on the cuffs of this top.

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-A lot of people are worried

-that this is going to be tight...

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-..on the arms.

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-But you have to buy the right size.

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-You pull attention to the sleeve.

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-You don't want to roll it up

-under a jacket.

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-I like the bow.

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-This ticks two boxes this season.

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-Hannah returns in a blouse

-from River Island.

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-The models are working

-for their money today.

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-Hannah is a dancer.

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-If she can open her arms for us.

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-You will see that this sleeve

-looks like a batwing.

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-This is larger than a batwing.

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-This is great for those who worry

-about the size of their arms.

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-There's a wonderful flow

-to this top.

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-You have to have a batwing jacket

-to put on top of it.

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-Margaret is our final model

-to return.

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-This has a leg of mutton sleeve.

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-The tight sleeve turns

-into a bell sleeve at the bottom.

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-After the break,

-Deio Gruffydd from Oxfam...

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-..chats about a campaign

-to attract more volunteers.

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-But before the break, here's Viv

-from Hen Bethe in Carmarthen...

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-..with a quick puzzle for you.

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-WHAT IS IT?

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-Can you guess what this is?

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-It's a Victorian chrome bottle.

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-There are holes on the sides,

-a screwable top...

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-..and something to attach it to.

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-If you want find out what it is,

-join us after the break.

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-Did you guess correctly?

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-It isn't a whiskey or tea flask,

-but a bottle to warm your hands.

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-Liquid was poured into the bottle

-and you placed it in your pocket.

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-You certainly need this

-on a day like today.

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-Thank you, Viv.

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-That's exactly what we need!

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-I knew the answer.

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-Next, we turn our attention

-to charity work...

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-..in the company of Deio Gruffydd,

-the Media Officer for Oxfam Cymru.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-You're discussing Oxfam's latest

-drive to attract more volunteers.

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-Give a Shift has been running

-for a while.

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-The aim is to attract volunteers

-for Oxfam.

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-Are less people volunteering

-these days?

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-There's always a demand

-for volunteers.

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-There are more shops and

-more events.

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-Volunteers are an important

-part of the charity.

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-Many workplaces give people the

-opportunity to volunteer...

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-..in their contracts.

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-Volunteering can improve

-your way of life.

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-It boosts confidence and you get

-to meet all sorts of people.

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-You also get to work

-for an institution...

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-..that works all over the world.

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-Oxfam is a familiar name.

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-It's world-famous.

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-Where does Oxfam work?

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-What sort of support do you offer?

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-The aim is to stop poverty.

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-The charity helps with areas that

-suffer with droughts.

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-We work in Wales and also in Syria.

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-If someone wants to volunteer,

-they should contact you.

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-We visit places that have poverty.

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-Our shops are always looking

-for volunteers.

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-There's also

-an annual music festival...

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-..where we appeal for volunteers.

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-Go on our website and find out

-more about Give a Shift.

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-Are you searching for people

-to go overseas?

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-Volunteers have worked with us

-for decades.

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-There are opportunities for

-experienced volunteers...

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-..to visit the countries we work in.

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-Tell us what Oxfam are doing in

-Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

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-We also have a new project

-with Yemen.

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-Some countries trading weapons.

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-Britain is one of these countries.

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-We want people to write

-to politicians...

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-..to stop this from happening.

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-What Britain is doing

-is totally unreasonable.

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-All our information is

-on our website.

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-We also have a centre in Cardiff.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-You may know that we've launched

-our latest photography competition.

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-Thanks to everyone who has already

-sent us their wintry photographs.

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-Here are just a few of them,

-and they look great.

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-There's plenty of time to enter

-but here's the details for you.

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-We are in the grip

-of winter's cold weather.

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-The Ice Queen

-leaves her mark everywhere.

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-The light is perfect to take

-that great, seasonal photo.

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-Venture out with your camera

-and show us your winter.

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-There's an iPad or television

-for our winner.

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-You have until midday on 24 February

-to take part.

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-Send your photos to Prynhawn Da,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE...

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-..or to prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

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-You can also enter via Facebook

-or Twitter via @PrynhawnDaS4C...

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-..or on Instagram

-via @HenoPrynhawnDa

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Get snapping and we look

-forward to seeing your photos.

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-Make sure you tune in to Heno with

-Angharad this evening at 7.00pm.

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-The National Television Awards

-were broadcast last night.

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-We chat to Llandeilo siblings who

-star in the series, Gogglesprogs.

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-William and Molly appeared on stage

-with Dermot O'Leary at the NTAs.

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-Llinos will be at

-Ysgol Gymraeg Llwynderw.

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-They have won an award by UNICEF.

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-Find out more at 7.00pm.

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-After the break...

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-..we look ahead to this weekend's

-community festival at St Dogmaels.

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-And look back to 2005, when the

-Mold Gold Cape returned to Clwyd.

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-It also appears on a new series

-of Royal Mail stamps.

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-You can find out more shortly.

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-Welcome back.

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-What are your plans this weekend?

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-Are you looking

-for something exciting to do?

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-For some excitement, why not head to

-a community festival at St Dogmaels?

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-We're joined by the chief executive

-of Menter Iaith Sir Benfro...

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-..Rhidian Huw Evans.

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-A warm welcome to you.

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-Thank you.

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-The festival is held in

-a very historical town.

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-St Dogmaels is a small village.

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-Penwthnos Llan'doch runs this

-weekend, from 27 to 29 January.

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-There'll be plenty for the family

-to do.

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-It's history stems back to the monks

-and the abbey.

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-Our work with the Menter is to boost

-the Welsh language in the area.

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-Locals call it Llan'doch.

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-The county lines were different

-in 2013.

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-In 2013, the border of the county

-was different.

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-It was shared with Ceredigion.

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-We are now Pembrokeshire.

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-What will be happening

-in the festival?

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-There's less Welsh spoken

-in the south of the county.

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-We started to hold activities

-to help boost the language.

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-Our work isn't to compare the area

-but reinforce the Welsh language.

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-The aim is that figures

-will increase.

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-You have many interesting events

-taking place.

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-We start our activities tomorrow.

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-Llinos Mair Thomas will hold

-sessions in the school tomorrow.

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-Proceeds go to the Cylch Meithrin

-and Ysgol Llandudoch.

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-We have established a committee.

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-The committee decided to open

-a local library.

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-Welsh speakers wanted a place where

-they could borrow Welsh books.

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-Saturday sees the launch

-of the community library.

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-Our president is Dafydd Wyn Rees.

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-Daf works with us!

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-How much did you pay him?!

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-The village recently won an award.

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-This is the first time for us

-to hold this event.

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-St Dogmaels has also been praised

-for its local producers market.

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-It's held every Tuesday.

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-If the event is successful,

-will you arrange it for other areas?

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-We held a similar event

-in a different area last year.

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-There are also events on Saturday

-night and on Sunday.

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-There are events on Friday and

-Sunday.

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-There's an exhibition.

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-There's a quiz and curry night

-on Saturday at the church hall.

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-Tommo and Terwyn will host the quiz.

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-On Sunday, we celebrate the

-talented residents of St Dogmaels.

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-The event is held at the chapel

-in St Dogmaels.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-The Royal Mail has issued a series

-of stamps depicting Ancient Britain.

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-The series also includes

-the Mold Gold Cape.

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-We've delved into our archive

-and stepped back to 2005...

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-..when almost after 170 years

-the cape returned to Wales...

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-..and exhibited at Wrexham Museum.

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-The cape is one of the world's most

-valuable archaeological discoveries.

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-It dates back to the Bronze Age, and

-the aim was to get it back to Clwyd.

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-Gwyn Llewelyn had the honour

-of visiting Wrexham.

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-There's been a copy of the cape

-at the Mold library for many years.

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-It was incomplete until

-recent repairs took place.

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-A plaque on a wall along the busy

-road between Mold and Wrexham...

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-..marks the spot at which the cape

-was found, one morning in 1836.

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-It was flattened

-by the weight of the stones...

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-..on the farmland of John Langford.

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-He employed men to delve

-into a nearby bank.

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-We know that this was

-a burial site from the Bronze Age.

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-As they dug, they found

-this squashed cape.

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-By the afternoon, all in the Mold

-area had heard of this discovery...

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-..and many pieces were lost.

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-There are examples of gold broaches

-and pieces all over Mold.

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-I'm sure there are still some pieces

-of the Gold Cape in Mold today.

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-John Langford kept the cape

-on his fireplace...

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-..until he finally sold it for 72,

-to the British Museum.

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-At that time,

-the cape was far from Clwyd.

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-It was one of the ten most valuable

-finds in the British Museum.

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-As expected, it was in a very

-important gallery of the museum.

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-The first attempt to reconstruct

-the cape took place in 1966.

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-In 2001, thanks to modern technology

-they tried again.

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-It's unlikely to look more perfect

-than it does today.

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-Alun Pugh, the Assembly Minister

-for Culture was at Wrexham...

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-..to welcome the cape this morning.

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-I'm sure this exhibition

-will be very successful.

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-I look forward to seeing more

-exhibitions like this in the future.

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-Neil MacGregor, the Director of the

-British Museum escorted the cape.

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-What is so remarkable

-about the Gold Cape...

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-..is it's one of the greatest bits

-of metalwork, certainly in Europe...

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-..of the period, about 2000 BC.

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-There is nothing else of

-that scale and sophistication...

0:34:060:34:09

-..this huge amount of gold,

-wonderfully worked.

0:34:090:34:12

-The only thing you can compare it

-with is the Egypt of the Pharaohs.

0:34:120:34:17

-What a beautiful piece of history.

0:34:210:34:23

-We look forward to seeing the cape

-on the stamps.

0:34:230:34:26

-After the break, Huw showcases

-more sleeved garments.

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-See you in a couple of minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to us

-and to the fashion corner.

0:34:470:34:53

-The weather is chilly, so Huw

-is focusing on statement sleeves.

0:34:530:35:02

-You've got a few frills for us!

0:35:030:35:10

-I like your frills.

0:35:100:35:15

-That's the prettiest one

-I've ever seen!

0:35:150:35:22

-All of the sleeves today

-are different.

0:35:220:35:32

-Back in 1993, the designers were all

-bringing out interesting frills...

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-..with different cuts.

0:35:410:35:50

-Every shop you enter, you can see

-people looking at the sleeves.

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-Our first model is Sian.

0:35:550:36:01

-This is a simple jumper.

0:36:010:36:05

-It has a bell sleeve.

0:36:050:36:14

-There's a small amount of detail

-in this top.

0:36:140:36:20

-The cuff would have to be

-outside of the jacket.

0:36:200:36:25

-Our next model is Hannah.

0:36:250:36:32

-This is dramatic.

0:36:330:36:35

-This jumper is 45 from

-Star by Julien Macdonald.

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-Star by Julien Macdonald

-is sold in Debenhams.

0:36:400:36:43

-I like that this has a pirate

-and romance look.

0:36:440:36:48

-This look like something Adam Ant

-would wear.

0:36:490:36:54

-This is a pretty sleeve.

0:36:540:37:02

-I would like to tell you an easy way

-to wear something over it.

0:37:020:37:13

-You could wear it with a wrap.

0:37:130:37:19

-Everything would have to sit

-perfectly underneath...

0:37:190:37:26

-..to make sure that

-it doesn't crease.

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-You also have to be careful

-in what you wear underneath.

0:37:320:37:44

-You should purchase

-nude colour vests.

0:37:440:37:50

-You don't want to see the underwear.

0:37:500:37:55

-Margaret is our next model.

0:37:550:38:10

-I spoke about the

-leg of mutton sleeve.

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-People of the 1980s

-will remember them.

0:38:240:38:27

-It looks like a matador outfit.

0:38:280:38:32

-This is a short jumper.

0:38:320:38:35

-We've teamed it with a lace top

-underneath.

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-H&M usually design

-for younger women.

0:38:480:38:56

-There's details on the cuff here.

0:38:560:39:01

-It will fit under anything.

0:39:010:39:07

-You need to tie it.

0:39:070:39:11

-It will look fresh in the summer.

0:39:120:39:23

-These blouses are shorter.

0:39:230:39:35

-You have to think of

-what to wear underneath.

0:39:350:39:40

-They want to keep things minimal.

0:39:400:39:45

-Margaret is our final model.

0:39:450:39:50

-You can see the cuff

-is perfect here.

0:39:500:39:55

-Be careful with the size

-of the cuff.

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-Try them on in the store.

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-It covers your hands.

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-You will either love to wear

-a cuff like this or hate it.

0:40:080:40:14

-You will either love to wear

-a cuff like this or hate it.

0:40:140:40:20

-Don't forget that you can use it

-in the kitchen.

0:40:200:40:24

-It can be awkward when eating food.

0:40:240:40:27

-It happened to me!

0:40:270:40:34

-There are wonderful sleeves

-available in the stores.

0:40:340:40:37

-That's it from us today, but we'll

-round up our week at 2.00 tomorrow.

0:40:380:40:41

-Nerys is busy in the kitchen

-celebrating the Chinese New Year.

0:40:410:40:45

-Chris Jones, the weatherman, and

-Ken Jones discuss patient support...

0:40:450:40:49

-..from West Wales

-Prostate Cancer Support Group.

0:40:490:40:57

-Our Gossip Girls ask should we pay

-to scale the summit of Snowdon.

0:40:570:41:02

-We also want to hear

-your views on this matter.

0:41:020:41:06

-Contact us in the usual way

-via email, Facebook and Twitter.

0:41:070:41:10

-There's an opinion poll on Twitter

-and this is how it looked earlier.

0:41:100:41:15

-33% would pay for the privilege.

0:41:150:41:17

-Some 50% wouldn't pay.

0:41:180:41:20

-And 17% don't have an opinion on it.

0:41:200:41:23

-There's another chance to see Llys

-Nini after the S4C news and weather.

0:41:230:41:28

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:280:41:32

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Fe fyddwn ni'n edrych ymlaen at Wyl Llandudoch ac yn clywed am apel gan Oxfam Cymru. We look forward to St Dogmaels Festival and find out why Oxfam Cymru are looking for volunteers.