Thu, 03 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 03 Dec 2015

Eurgain Haf Wyn a Holly Evans fydd yn sôn am eu taith ddiweddar i Batagonia. Huw Fash will be here with fashion advice and we hear from two youngsters about their recent trip to...


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-Today's outfits are a clue

-as to the day's fashion theme.

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-There's plenty of prizes to win in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-In a moment,

-we'll give you the question...

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-..but you can enter the competition

-by calling 08443 35 12 44.

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-First, why are we wearing

-these jumpers today, Huw?

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-We're wearing Christmas jumpers

-to get into the festive mood.

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-Ho-ho-ho!

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-Dr Ann joins us to discuss the

-increase in cases of scarlet fever.

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-This year marks 150 years since

-the Welsh settled in Patagonia...

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-..and we hear from two ladies

-who visited the country recently.

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-We celebrate vineyards and hear of

-a new white wine made in Llanboidy.

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-Join Owain and me for all this over

-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-First, it's our Christmas

-Cracker Competition.

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-I'm sure you all want to know what's

-hiding in our crackers this year.

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-Four widescreen televisions,

-four iPad Airs...

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-..two digital cameras,

-two hampers of Welsh produce...

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-..a hoverboard,

-a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..two digital radios, a coffee

-machine and mugs, a toaster...

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-..a DVD player and a collection of

-DVDs, a Kindle and a table lamp...

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-..jewellery by Wyn in the Conwy

-Valley and Lora Wyn of Groeslon...

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-..a Melin Tregwynt

-throw and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid,

-leather bag and writing equipment...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..a hamper of beauty products

-for men and women...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-Yes, there's something for everyone.

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-If you liked any of those prizes,

-get dialling in the next 30 minutes.

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-The actress, Carys Eleri

-has today's all-important question.

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-What is the name of the period

-that leads up to Christmas?

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-1) Easter, 2) Advent, or 3) Whitsun?

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-Merry Christmas

-and don't eat too much!

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-Thank you, Carys.

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-What is the name of the period

-that leads up to Christmas?

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-1) Easter, 2) Advent, or 3) Whitsun?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines

-close at 2.30pm today.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Today, we're looking at

-Christmas jumpers.

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-I can't believe

-it's that time of year again!

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-Welcome to the programme, Huw.

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-We're loving wearing

-these Christmas jumpers!

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-They have become so fashionable.

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-All the shops

-are full of Christmas jumpers.

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-We all like some fun at Christmas.

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-We've been to the high street

-to buy these jumpers today.

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-We know that some designers

-have made jumpers...

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-..but they are too expensive!

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-This is a new jumper.

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-We won't tell you the size

-of this jumper.

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-Owain's jumper is from

-Marks and Spencer and is 29.50.

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-Marks and Spencer come out with

-different Christmas jumpers...

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-..every year.

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-The fabric on these jumpers

-aren't too itchy.

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-They are quite fun to wear.

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-They are also selling out

-in the shops.

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-You won't find any on sale too.

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-This is our pretend Christine!

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-Sioned has had lessons

-from Christine on how to model!

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-There are pieces on her jumper

-that light up.

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-We have struggled

-to find how it lights up.

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-It's amazing how these jumpers

-have developed over the years.

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-There isn't a plug or battery

-on this jumper.

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-Sioned is wearing a jumper

-from Tesco that is 20.

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-The hat is 12.50

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-Marks and Spencer

-have plenty of novelty hats too.

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-Lowri is our next model.

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-She looks sophisticated

-in this jumper.

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-Lowri is also a fan of pearls!

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-Lowri's jumper is 16 from Asda.

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-Ensure that young children

-don't put any small pieces...

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-..from the jumper in their mouths.

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-Lowri had a perfect jumper

-to go to a carol service.

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-Glen looks great in this jumper.

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-Poor Glen has had the

-worst novelty jumper of the day.

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-The jumper is slightly snug on Glen!

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-This is our mistake!

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-This outfit does look better

-after a bottle of Baileys!

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-Glen's jumper is 29.50

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-You'd expect something more

-sophisticated from this shop...

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-..but they are appealing

-to everyone.

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-Patricia is also looking

-sophisticated too.

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-This hat also lights up too.

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-It's only 6.

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-I think this jumper looks retro.

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-It will great with a black sequin

-skirt at a Christmas party.

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-Patricia is going to Lapland

-and will look great in this jumper.

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-It's the time of year

-to have a bit of fun.

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-Tonight, St Asaph Cathedral

-has a Christmas concert at 7.30pm...

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-..featuring the Cytgan choir

-and all are welcome.

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-After the break, Dr Ann discusses

-the condition of scarlet fever.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Did you enter our Christmas Cracker

-Competition during the break?

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-Get dialling as we could be

-calling you later in the programme.

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-These are the prizes up for grabs.

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-Four widescreen televisions,

-four iPad Airs...

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-..two digital cameras,

-two hampers of Welsh produce...

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-..a hoverboard,

-a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..two digital radios, a coffee

-machine and mugs, a toaster...

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-..a DVD player and a collection of

-DVDs, a Kindle and a table lamp...

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-..jewellery by Wyn in the Conwy

-Valley and Lora Wyn of Groeslon...

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-..Melin Tregwynt

-throws and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid,

-leather bag and writing equipment...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..a hamper of beauty products

-for men and women...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-The actress, Carys Eleri

-has today's all-important question.

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-What is the name of the period

-that leads up to Christmas?

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-1) Easter, 2) Advent, or 3) Whitsun?

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-Merry Christmas

-and don't eat too much!

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-Here's that question again.

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-What is the name of the period

-that leads up to Christmas?

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-1) Easter, 2) Advent, or 3) Whitsun?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-The phone lines

-close at 2.30pm today.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-It's time to open the doors

-of our surgery with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.

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-Today, we're going to look at

-scarlet fever.

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-Before we chat about

-scarlet fever...

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-..it's important to remind people

-about the flu vaccine.

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-There are only

-40% of people...

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-..have taken up the offer

-of having the vaccine for free.

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-Many of them

-consist of pregnant women.

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-There's been an increase in the flu

-in recent weeks.

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-It's the season of the flu.

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-It's important to have the vaccine.

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-Pregnant women can die from this.

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-A school in Swansea has sent out

-letters to parents...

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-..about an outbreak

-of scarlet fever.

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-I had this condition

-when I was almost three.

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-It was when antibiotics

-was introduced.

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-I was sent to Tumble and

-stayed in an isolation hospital...

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-..for three months.

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-I was allowed to take my pink teddy.

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-They ended up burning my teddy

-as I couldn't have the teddy back.

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-Penicillin is the medication

-that will improve the condition.

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-Every three years, we tend to get

-a rise in this condition.

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-Many children have had this

-in the Cardiff area.

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-They suffer from a high temperature

-of over 39C.

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-They also develop a sore throat

-and a rash over the body.

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-It travels around the body

-and behind the ears and neck.

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-After a few weeks,

-the skin starts to flake off.

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-This isn't the same as Meningitis.

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-The rash disappears

-when you roll a glass over it.

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-Scarlet fever is very dangerous.

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-It can have an affect on the valves

-of the heart.

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-Once you get the medication,

-it will work within 24 hours.

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-For two days, you don't realize

-that you have this condition.

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-After these two days,

-you will start to feel ill.

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-Ensure that you wash cups and items

-around the home...

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-..once one of your children

-has had scarlet fever.

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-You are still be able to send

-siblings of a sufferer to school.

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-The condition

-is caused by streptococcus.

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-It lives on the surface of the skin

-and around the nose.

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-Look out for the symptoms

-of scarlet fever.

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-Children are more likely to have it.

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-You can contract the condition

-twice.

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-It can affect the heart

-more than once too.

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-The symptoms are high temperature,

-a sore throat and a rash...

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-..behind the ears

-and in creases of the skin.

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-Your tongue turns grey and becomes

-painful.

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-I'll buy a teddy for Christmas!

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-On Friday, Lleisiau'r Llan

-has an evening with Huw Edwards...

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-..at Stradey Castle at 7.00pm

-in aid of the hospice in Llanelli.

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-There's a warm welcome to all.

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-There's a few minutes left to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us on 08443 35 12 44

-and answer a simple question.

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-After the break, we meet two ladies

-who have returned from Patagonia.

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-Yvonne visits a Llanboidy vineyard

-that has launched a new white wine.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-The phone lines for our Christmas

-Cracker Competition have closed.

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-This year, hundreds of Welsh people

-have visited Patagonia...

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-..to mark 150 years since

-the Welsh landed in the country.

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-One of the biggest groups to visit

-this year has to be the Urdd.

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-Last month, a group of young people

-travelled to South America.

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-It was a great opportunity for young

-people to learn about Patagonia.

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-Eurgain Haf Wyn and Holly Evans

-took part in that trip...

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-..and they join us now.

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-Did you enjoy the trip?

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-We had a great time.

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-A lot of people wanted to go on

-the trip.

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-How did you find out about the trip?

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-We had to write an application form.

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-Some 100 people tried

-for the trip...

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-..but only 30 of us could go.

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-It wasn't a free trip.

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-We had to raise money for it.

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-In my letter, I told the Urdd

-that my grandmother...

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-..had been to Patagonia many

-years ago...

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-..and I wanted to follow in her

-footsteps.

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-How did you raise 2,400?

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-I had a concert to raise money.

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-I held a duck race.

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-I raised over 800 in that raise.

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-Mam-gu and Tad-cu also held

-a coffee morning.

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-We also had other event.

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-You both attend Ysgol y Preseli.

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-The trip was wow!

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-I didn't know what to expect.

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-I couldn't believe it when I saw

-young children in schools...

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-..and speaking Welsh

-and talking about Sali Mail.

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-What is their Welsh like?

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-Their Welsh was great.

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-We arrived in Esquel.

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-We spent five days in Trefelin.

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-Following this, we went to Trelew.

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-We stayed in some nice lodge cabins.

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-There was a hostel in another place.

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-We had to stay there for over

-a week.

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-The boys did a lot of snoring!

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-Did you make friends out there?

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-We made friends for life.

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-I'm going to stay in touch

-with everyone on the trip.

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-There were people from

-all over Wales on the trip.

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-You also had to perform.

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-We had to do a lot of singing.

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-There was a lot of concerts.

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-Catrin Finch was there too.

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-I'd like to go there!

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-Thank you so much.

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-It's National Wine Week...

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-..and Wales is now home

-to a number of quality vineyards.

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-Yvonne recently visited Jabajak

-in Llanboidy...

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-..to hear of a new wine

-that has been produced in Wales.

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-Today, there's as many

-as 16 vineyards in Wales.

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-The latest is Jabajak, a vineyard

-in Llanboidy in Carmarthenshire...

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-..that hosted the Welsh

-Vineyard Association Awards.

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-Wine production is growing in Wales.

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-The new vineyard helps to boost

-tourism in the area and in Wales...

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-..as Jabajak has both a restaurant

-and accommodation.

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-The vineyard attracts more people

-to see what Wales has to offer.

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-The awards are proof

-that Welsh wine is just as good...

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-..if not better than some

-of the famous wines in the world.

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-New Zealand has made wine for twelve

-years and Australia for 15 years...

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-..but Wales has only been making

-wine for eight years.

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-It's just like Welsh rugby

-and needs constant promotion.

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-As I look around, I can tell

-that this is something special.

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-Despite being young, Jabajak's

-white wine called The White House...

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-..was awarded a silver award

-but where did it get its name?

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-The third President of America,

-John Adams...

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-..was the grandson of the man

-who lived at Jabajak.

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-I think John Adams

-named the White House after Jabajak!

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-What makes for a good wine?

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-People need to enjoy it

-and that it's world-class.

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-It's the first year of production

-and this is fantastic.

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-It resembles a Sauvignon blanc

-from New Zealand...

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-..with a hint of apricot

-and real freshness.

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-It has a perfect label

-and we all enjoyed it.

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-Is it difficult to have a vineyard

-in the unsettled Welsh climate?

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-The weather isn't an issue

-because they get hail in France.

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-It takes work but they are only

-grapes at the end of the day.

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-They grow if you have quality soil

-and the end result is fantastic.

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-The success of the new vineyards

-in Wales...

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-..such as Jabajak,

-Llaethliw and Pant Du...

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-..it's obvious that the industry

-is maturing.

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-People are more interested in wine

-and enjoy a glass with a meal.

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-It's great to have

-so many new vineyards in Wales.

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-The business of quenching

-your thirst is thriving!

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-I think a lot of that wine

-will be drunk of Christmas.

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-Mari won't be drinking it.

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-I had the flu jab this morning.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-My studio guest is the singer from

-Caernarfon, Meinir Wyn Roberts.

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-Meinir was named

-The Voice of the Future...

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-..at the 2015 Llangollen

-International Musical Eisteddfod.

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-Meinir will be performing

-a beautiful song for us.

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-One viewer can win a great prize in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-I could call one of you live on air

-if you entered the competition.

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-If your phone rings, answer it

-by saying, "Christmas Cracker!"

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-Rhodri Gomer is at the National

-Botanic Garden in Llanarthne...

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-..where local schools were invited

-to compete against each other...

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-..in a Christmas tree decorating

-competition.

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-Dafydd Wyn hears about the latest

-production from the Hijinx Theatre.

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-The production

-is called The Silent Toy Soldier.

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-After the break, we want you

-to stay by your phones...

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-..as we'll call a viewer in our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Huw returns with a studio full

-of Christmas jumpers.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The moment has finally arrived.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-Have you got a phone number, Owain?

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-Yes, Sian.

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-The number is from

-the area of Clynderwen.

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-There's some amazing prizes

-to be won this year.

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-You could win a coffee machine.

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-It's ringing.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Sian and Owain

-from S4C's Prynhawn Da.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Elfrys.

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-Where are you calling from?

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-I'm from Maenclochog.

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-You answered the question correctly

-in last night's competition.

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-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 34.

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-I'll have number 4.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations, this is your prize.

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-Congratulations,

-you've won a digital camera.

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-Thank you very much.

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-There's an extra special element

-to the competition this year.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Today, we're making a donation

-to the children's hospice, Ty Hafan.

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-It offers paediatric care and offers

-support to families across Wales.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-A very Merry Christmas to you!

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-You can win more prizes on tonight's

-Heno and Prynhawn Da tomorrow.

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-We're back on the Prynhawn Da

-catwalk for more Christmas jumpers.

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-Yes, there's more jumpers.

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-Sioned and I have changed.

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-There's something for everyone,

-including me!

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-Sioned is wearing something more

-fashionable.

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-The hat isn't fashionable at all.

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-The jumper is from H&M.

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-They have a lot of tasteful items.

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-You could wear this at any time of

-the winter...

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-..and not just for Christmas.

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-This is a little bit itchy.

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-Sioned has a Christmas pudding on

-her head!

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-It's a bit of fun.

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-It's great for dinners in Christmas.

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-My jumper is great

-if you have a stomach.

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-All the bells ring.

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-Owain has changed

-his jumper quickly.

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-He's found his new career.

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-I did ask him to take off the

-stickers.

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-This is a lot of fun.

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-This jumper is acrylic.

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-It can be very itchy.

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-I feel very warm in this.

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-You could wear this for a fancy

-dress party.

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-Owain's jumper is 16 from Tesco.

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-There's a lot of details on it.

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-It's more fun than anything for

-Christmas.

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-It would be ideal if you have any

-children.

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-Owain can sit down now.

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-Lowri is next.

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-She looks very sophisticated.

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-Lowri's jumper is 16

-from George at Asda.

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-It's a real bargain.

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-There's some sequins and other

-items.

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-We've also found a matching hat.

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-This is a very busy jumper.

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-Lowri's got bells on her jumper too.

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-I think black is more fashionable.

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-A Christmas jumper is all about

-having fun.

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-You can have something that's tongue

-in cheek...

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-..or something ridiculous like

-Owain!

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-Our next model is Glen.

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-This jumper fits him this time!

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-A lot of people don't like birds in

-the home.

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-Rhodri Owen is one of those.

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-People think it's unlucky to have

-birds in the house.

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-This jumper is a bit of fun.

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-I think this looks like a

-substantial jumper.

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-Glen's jumper is 12 from Asda.

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-You can get some fun for a

-reasonable price.

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-It's good to buy a new jumper each

-year...

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-..and still not break the bank.

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-Finally, we have Patricia.

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-She looks as if she should be with

-Bing Crosby!

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-Patricia's jumper is 32.50

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-There's a great cut on the jumper.

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-It's like the back of a shirt.

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-It's rare to find something like

-this on a jumper.

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-The pattern is beautiful.

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-There's a hat a scarf to match.

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-It's quite kitsch.

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-There's a lovely pattern.

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-You could wear this

-all through the winter.

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-You can wear a Christmas jumper

-throughout the month.

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-It would be best to wear

-something tasteful.

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-I feel like everyone

-will hear me coming!

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow when

-we'll be pulling another cracker!

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-The Gossip Girls

-put the world to rights.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

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Eurgain Haf Wyn a Holly Evans fydd yn sôn am eu taith ddiweddar i Batagonia. Huw Fash will be here with fashion advice and we hear from two youngsters about their recent trip to Patagonia.


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