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-Hello and welcome to your
-Tuesday edition of Prynhawn Da.
-It's Tuesday 14 March and we're
-half way through the month already!
-Time is flying by.
-The next hour will be fly by as
-it's a jam-packed programme for you.
-March is Free Wills Month and we
-get useful advice from Angela Killa.
-Rhodri Gomer shows how sport
-can promote bilingualism in Wales.
-The property expert, Owen Derbyshire
-has tips for those selling a home.
-It's National Bed Month and Carys
-helps us get a good night's sleep.
-Ben Jones from Caerphilly reveals
-some of his prized possessions.
-We'll get your finances and sleep
-sorted over the coming 50 minutes.
-Join Sian and me
-for today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-with Dr Elin Jones.
-It's Women's History Month...
-..and over the coming weeks, we'll
-look at various women in history.
-Welcome to the programme, Dr Elin.
-Our thanks to Sue Morris
-who sent us a photograph...
-..of her great-grandmother,
-It's a fantastic photograph.
-The photograph shows some protests
-by the Suffragettes in Caernarfon.
-I'm not sure which lady is
-I'm not sure if these
-are the Suffragettes.
-What makes you think this?
-They are not carrying any posters.
-They look quite serious.
-I wonder if it's something to do
-with the Temperance Movement.
-Women from the mid 19th century...
-..were part of the public figures...
-..with the Temperance Movement.
-We think that the photograph
-is dated between 1915 and 1918.
-weren't that active...
-..during World War I.
-thought this photograph...
-..is of the Temperance Movement.
-S4C featured a series about Welsh
-women in history called Mamwlad...
-..that was presented by Ffion Hague.
-Mamwlad discussed an array
-of interesting Welsh women...
-..from across the centuries
-and from all walks of life.
-Mamwlad featured Gwenllian,
-the daughter of Gruffudd ap Cynan...
-..Katheryn of Berain who has been
-called the Mother of Wales...
-..and modern day figures such as
-Laura Ashley and Kate Roberts.
-Kate Roberts wrote many letters
-to Saunders Lewis.
-Many people remember Laura Ashley.
-We all wore her clothes...
-..and felt fantastic
-in those outfits.
-All those women
-have left their mark on Wales.
-They featured in three series
-Few women are remembered in history.
-There aren't a lot of statues
-of women in Wales.
-We have to think
-about Ann Griffiths.
-We remember Ann Griffiths...
-..but people tend to focus more
-on the men that surrounded her.
-We've got some books on
-some less prominent women.
-We've got a book about
-..of Princess Catherine.
-A lot of other women
-have left their mark in history.
-There's a book called
-Turning The Tide...
-..about a very important woman...
-..who played a massive role
-Elizabeth Andrews OBE
-was an author...
-..and one of the first female
-organizers within the Labour Party.
-I've got a copy of her articles
-that were published in a book...
-..called A Woman's Work
-Is Never Done.
-The cover of the books
-shows Elizabeth protesting...
-..and she's accompanied
-by one of her children.
-She had a great life after this.
-One of her great successes...
-..was the opening of the
-first nursery school in Wales.
-The late Dr John Davies
-said in his book Hanes Cymru:
-"You could argue that Welsh history
-plotted to ignore...
-"..half of our population!"
-We'll hear about more historic women
-from Dr Elin in the coming weeks.
-Don't forget to contact us with your
-questions or any of your stories.
-Thanks to R Geraint Williams
-for his email...
-..in response to yesterday's
-feature about recruiting teachers.
-Geraint told us about TASC that
-promoted teaching as a career...
-..during 1987 and 1995...
-..and provided Welsh language
-material for teachers in Wales.
-Geraint organized events
-to recruit teachers...
-..and provided videos,
-..and promoted TASC at the
-Urdd and National Eisteddfods.
-The work was funded by the
-Department of Education in England.
-Geraint secured more funding
-after visiting Lord Wyn Roberts...
-..who worked with
-the Secretary of State for Wales.
-He says that ERW isn't
-a new recruitment scheme...
-..and that it's a shame it's taken
-so long to reintroduce the scheme.
-Thanks to Geraint for contacting us.
-Call us with your comments
-or questions on 01554 880 880...
-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-We look forward to hearing from you.
-After the break...
-..Angela Killa is here to chat about
-the importance of making a will.
-Rhodri Gomer shows how sport can
-promote bilingualism in Wales.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-It's Free Wills Month.
-Here to discuss the importance
-of making a will is Angela Killa.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What is a will
-and why do we need one?
-A will is a document that you
-prepare before your death.
-It states what you want to do with
-your estate and funeral plans.
-What if you don't have will?
-Rules of intestacy will apply
-if you don't have a will.
-These rules decide how your assets
-and possessions will be shared.
-People who you want to inherit your
-possessions may not get anything.
-It's important that you make a will
-when you are young.
-When should you make a will?
-Many people associate it
-with older people.
-However, I would recommend that
-you put everything on paper...
-..when you're at a young age.
-Many young people don't think
-they will have anything to leave.
-Can anyone make a will themselves?
-I recommend that you
-have professional advice...
-..about making a will.
-You can make a will on your own.
-But I recommend that you seek
-Some wills are cheap enough
-..but normally you would pay
-You may die and leave children
-under the age of 18 years old.
-Arrange who will take guardianship
-of your children after your death.
-I recommend that you have advice
-..and a funeral is involved.
-Solicitors keep a will
-in their workplace.
-It's also important to tell
-your family where your will is.
-where you have stored it.
-What if you leave behind any pets?
-Make a will if you want to leave a
-pet in the care of someone specific.
-You may want to speak to the person
-who will have you pet beforehand.
-Discuss it all with a solicitor.
-You may own a house
-that has increased in price.
-You could pay 40% tax if you're
-estate is worth over 325,000.
-This 40% tax is called Inheritance
-Tax and is paid to the government.
-There's a coffee morning at
-Caersalem Vestry in Pontyberem...
-..tomorrow from 10.30am
-Last week, the former rugby player,
-Jonathan Davies hit the headlines.
-He said that sports people
-feared speaking Welsh...
-..as they thought people
-would criticize them.
-Rhodri Gomer shows how sport helps
-to normalize bilingualism in Wales.
-The memories live on.
-Bale, Ramsey, Williams and the lads
-put Wales on the international map.
-The way the team adopted the Welsh
-language was just as memorable...
-..from their press conferences
-to their use of social media.
-I've never felt so proud to be Welsh
-as I did during that time in France.
-The Welsh language had an equal
-status alongside other languages.
-It seemed natural to use it
-in press conferences.
-For us to get the support of the
-nation and not just football fans...
-..we had to show that playing
-for Wales meant something to them.
-The players and association
-had the responsibility to do this.
-The Welsh campaign in France
-gave the language a platform...
-..that had never been seen before.
-The language was used
-in official UEFA conferences...
-..and it raised the profile
-of the language.
-Journalists who follow England
-knew nothing of the Welsh language.
-Ian and Owain attended an event
-at the Sports Campus in Leckwith...
-the Cardiff and Vale College...
-..that aimed to promote bilingualism
-in the sporting world.
-The bilingual conference
-is for students from across Wales.
-They can listen to people
-and our guest speakers...
-..who show that being bilingual is
-important in their sporting careers.
-We're here to show the value
-of the Welsh language...
-..and show the young people that
-being bilingual is advantageous.
-I show the opportunities I've had
-thanks to the Welsh language.
-After I finished playing, I didn't
-know what I was going to do.
-I could speak Welsh although my use
-of the language still isn't great!
-I worked with Radio Cymru
-and other programmes about sport...
-..and got the programme, Jonathan
-as a result of it.
-It doesn't matter if you inject some
-English into a Welsh conversation...
-..but you should just try
-and it will help you improve.
-If it wasn't for the Welsh language,
-I wouldn't be working for the Urdd.
-The language thrives in sports clubs
-in the Urdd and in schools.
-I love seeing Welsh rugby
-and football players speaking Welsh.
-It sets a great example
-to our children.
-I currently play
-..but hope to coach
-local and international teams.
-At the moment, very few coaches
-in this sport speak Welsh...
-..so I think it would
-help the sport a lot.
-We've shown that you don't need to
-be embarrassed about the language...
-..and you shouldn't fear
-using the language.
-At Euro 2016, multilingualism
-and bilingualism was very natural...
-..so it shouldn't be
-any different in Wales.
-The Football Association of Wales
-paved the way in Euro 2016...
-..but we need to build on it
-and show that the Welsh language...
-..is a valuable resource
-in the sporting world.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-In a moment, we take a nap with
-Carys to mark National Bed Month.
-Ben Davies from Caerphilly reveals
-some of his prized possessions.
-Stay tuned for all this and more!
-Our next guest is the businessman
-from Cardiff, Owen Derbyshire.
-After buying his first house...
-..Owen discovered that buying
-a new home was very long-winded...
-..so he started a venture that aims
-to make the process much easier.
-Welcome to the programme, Owen.
-You had trouble buying a house.
-Buying a house is very long-winded.
-There are so many things
-that you need to consider.
-It can be very confusing.
-A lot of people can confuse
-..and have made a business out
-The company is called Properr.
-We established Properr in 2015.
-Properr simplifies the
-property purchasing process.
-We help all involved
-in the sale or purchase of a home.
-After making the offer on a house...
-..the following process can
-take up to about three months.
-A lot of people want to move
-from their home...
-..as soon as possible.
-There's a lot of paperwork...
-..being sent to various parties.
-We want to cut down this process...
-..so that it only takes a day
-..as opposed to taking three months!
-It can be very complicated.
-A lot of people get confused.
-The experts are there to help...
-..but you shouldn't need
-to pay a solicitor...
-..for sending paperwork...
-..from one place to the next!
-They are experts in their field.
-have you got experience
-in this field?
-I did a lot of work...
-..with some small businesses.
-I helped them with marketing.
-I've always been interested
-in working with apps.
-I found that the whole house-buying
-process was complicated...
-..so I started the business.
-We have ten members of staff...
-..and have secured
-more funding yesterday...
-..so that we can expand
-in the future.
-Do the public come to you?
-Properr is an online portal that
-can efficiently monitor progress...
-..and is a secure place for parties
-to upload relevant documentations.
-We hope to work with insurance
-companies in the future too.
-If you could offer someone
-three pieces of advice...
-..when it comes to buying
-or selling a property...
-..what would that advice be?
-At the moment, there isn't
-a need to rush this process.
-A lot of people might wait
-for a while...
-..before selling their homes.
-The current market
-is favouring buyers.
-There's a number of Help-To-Buy
-schemes around at the moment...
-..so you should
-take advantage of them.
-The government can help
-with the deposits for your home.
-You won't get to use the funding
-that they give you...
-..for the deposit.
-We remain in the home by moving
-to our interior design feature.
-First, we'd like to introduce
-some special guests to the studio.
-Yes, it's the pupils of
-Ysgol Bryniago from Pontarddulais.
-Hello to you all!
-They are all studying the media
-so are visiting us today...
-..and are very well behaved.
-We haven't heard a peep out of them
-I don't know what they will have
-learnt from us, Sian!
-No, but it's lovely
-that they can join us.
-It's National Bed Month.
-The bed is an important piece
-of furniture in everyone's home.
-joins us with some tips...
-..on how to get
-a good night's sleep.
-It's believed that everyone should
-get seven to eight hours of sleep...
-..in order to live
-a healthy lifestyle.
-Over 70% have less than
-this amount of sleep.
-This affects our health...
-..and our mental health.
-Sleep should be part
-of our lives...
-..in order for us
-to function properly.
-..in order for us
-to function property.
-Lack of sleep can affect us all.
-There are treatments...
-..that can help with insomnia.
-You can make changes
-to your bedroom...
-..to help you better.
-Those who earn more
-tend to sleep better!
-They don't have many worries
-as the rest of us.
-to surround yourself...
-..with tranquil colours...
-..that will not entertain
-You should try to stay cool.
-Photographs that make you smile
-and keep you happy...
-..are also important.
-You should have a dim light...
-..that isn't too shocking
-if you need to get up in the night.
-It's important to surround yourself
-..that help you to relax.
-You can take a bath
-before going to bed...
-..as it will help you relax.
-Essential oils can help too...
-..but not if you're pregnant...
-..or in a child's room.
-Candles are great too...
-..but make sure you blow it out
-before you go to sleep!
-I've got a fleece that
-is great for the mattress.
-It will keep you snug!
-There's some great duvets.
-You don't want anything too thick...
-..as you want something comfortable.
-Pillows are important.
-You need to be comfortable.
-Memory foam is great...
-..if you like a depth
-to your pillows.
-Cushions are great...
-..and they can be moved
-if you don't need them.
-You should wear
-..when you're in bed.
-There's some lovely pyjamas
-and dressing gowns.
-It's all about creating
-a relaxing atmosphere.
-Avoid having a television
-or telephone in the room.
-I don't know what to say about pets!
-After the break, we hear
-about the prized possessions...
-..of Ben Jones from Caerphilly.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Mari Grug from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme, Mari.
-It's 70 years since the country was
-hit by severe snowfall.
-Rhodri Gomer is in Aberystwyth...
-..and shares some of your memories
-of the heavy snow of 1947.
-Don't forget to contact us if
-you remember the snowfall of 1947.
-I'm joined in the studio
-by Shan Crofft and Sian Meinir.
-We'll be discussing the various
-Eisteddfods that are held in Wales.
-They chat about a new scheme from
-the Eisteddfod Society in Wales...
-..that offers vocal workshops.
-Is your garden worth seeing or
-has a friend got a fantastic garden?
-The presenter, Aled Sam is looking
-for gardens of all shapes and sizes.
-It's for a new series
-about the gardens of Wales.
-There's no place better to get
-some inspiration for the garden...
-..than in a garden centre.
-Although it's winter, there's
-plenty going on under the soil.
-There's nothing entertaining about a
-couple of worms shuffling around...
-..or a few bulbs
-sprouting out of sight.
-From the spring, we're filming
-a series about gardens in Wales.
-Not just any old gardens, mind you,
-but some very different gardens.
-Gardens full of hedges and trees...
-..gardens with collections, but I'm
-not sure about pigs on motorbikes.
-Gardens with interesting
-..or colourful gardens.
-If it's interesting
-and you'd like us to film it...
-..get in touch.
-It could be you on the programme.
-Make sure you contact Aled.
-We close today's programme
-with Ben Jones...
-..who joins us to chat about
-his most prized possessions.
-Welcome to the programme, Ben.
-You currently live in Caerphilly
-but where are you from originally?
-I was raised in Cwmgors between the
-Amman Valley and Swansea Valley.
-I went to the school in Cwmgors and
-the grammar school in Pontardawe.
-I was a teacher for 20 years.
-I was a headmaster at Ysgol Ynyswen,
-Ysgol Treorci and Ysgol Caerffili.
-They were all primary schools.
-I have fond memories as a teacher.
-The story behind this photo
-is linked to my 50th birthday.
-My ambition has always been to get
-behind the wheel of a double-decker.
-It's been a childhood ambition.
-My wife took me away for a weekend
-for my birthday.
-I opened a present.
-There was a hat inside it.
-We went to Merthyr and met a man
-who taught people to drive a bus.
-For my birthday, I had a lesson
-on how to drive a double-decker bus.
-There were two gears
-to move backwards.
-I drove a return route
-from Merthyr to Abercynon.
-It was a fantastic present.
-I have framed the photograph.
-I recall the James Bus in Ammanford
-as a child.
-I wanted to be a bus driver
-if I wasn't a teacher.
-This bus in the photo
-is from around 1968.
-They wanted to change the buses
-had an entrance at the back.
-They wanted to have an entrance
-at the front of the bus.
-One of my prized possessions
-is this World War I medal.
-This medal belonged
-to my great-uncle.
-My great-uncle was Rhys Jones.
-He fought in the Great War.
-The family claim that he went to
-fight in Salonika in World War I.
-He died on his second day.
-My great-uncle was 37 when he died.
-But Armistice Day occurred
-shortly after his demise.
-It's believed that Rhys
-was killed on 6 October.
-Germany signed an armistice
-on 11 November 1918.
-It was such a loss.
-Next, I have a house key.
-This key opens the back door
-to our family home.
-The key is made from heavy iron
-and weighs a ton!
-The key is too heavy to carry.
-The key is kept under a coal bucket
-next the back door.
-We live in a close-knit
-Locals tied their house key to the
-door knocker on a piece of string.
-They'd pull the string with the
-key on it out of the letterbox.
-There wasn't any point locking
-It proves the closeness
-in the community.
-There was always someone
-in the house too.
-were always at home.
-Widows of miners would take coal
-from a tip at the end of the street.
-Many miners died from lung disease.
-A policeman would come and check
-if someone was stealing the coal.
-The neighbours would keep
-the policeman talking.
-Nobody broke the law then!
-Until tomorrow, it's a very
-good afternoon to you all.
Bydd Angela Killa yma gyda'i chyngor ar gyfer ysgrifennu a llunio ewyllys. Solicitor Angela Killa gives advice on making a will and Owen Derbyshire has tips on buying and selling a house.