Thu, 03 Mar 2016 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 03 Mar 2016

Huw Fash fydd yma gyda'i gyngor ffasiwn a bydd Dr Ann yn agor drysau'r syrjeri. Today on Prynhawn Da, Huw Fash will be here with fashion advice and Dr Ann is in the surgery.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on World Book Day!

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-We're not in fancy dress...

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-..but many children have dressed

-as their favourite characters today.

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-There's Harry and the dinosaurs

-and many others.

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-Thank you for sending

-us your photographs.

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-What costume would you choose?

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-I would choose Bridget Jones.

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-How about you, Rhodri?

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-How about you, Rhodri?

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-I would choose Bilbo Baggins.

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-I would choose Bilbo Baggins.

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-Our fashion expert, Huw has hit the

-shops to find some great outfits.

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-It's International Ear Care Day

-and Dr Ann tells us more about it.

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-Alun Thomas

-from the Citizens Advice Bureau...

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-..chats about safety

-when using your tumble dryer.

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-We hear if Swansea children break

-a record for the biggest book quiz.

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-Join Llinos and me for all this

-and more on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-First, we mark World Book Day

-with news of a new joint-venture...

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-..between the Welsh Books Council

-and the ladies of Merched y Wawr.

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-Tegwen Morris and Meryl Davies

-are here to discuss it further.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Tell us more about your new venture.

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-The Bodo project

-has been going for a while.

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-Merched y Wawr members

-have been going in to nurseries...

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-..and have been reading stories

-to the children,

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-..and have been reading stories

-to the children.

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-This is a great project.

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-What was it like going into

-these nurseries for you, Meryl?

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-We were worried at the beginning.

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-I was given a warm welcome.

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-The children loved it.

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-They kept moving forward

-as I read the story.

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-They love hearing these stories.

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-The project captivates the

-imagination of these children.

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-Yes. Many of these children

-live in non-Welsh speaking homes.

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-Hearing the local accents

-is a great help for these children.

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-Two members in North Wales

-went to volunteer at a nursery...

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-..which they started back in 1972.

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-The children we read to

-in the nurseries are very young.

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-The books come to life for them

-by having someone read it to them.

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-The Bodo project is possible

-thanks to funding from the Lottery.

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-As today is World Book Day...

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-..our members have

-received vouchers and books...

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-..from the Welsh Book Council

-to take to nurseries today.

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-The project has lasted

-for five months.

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-We would love to continue

-with this project.

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-We did a similar project

-many years ago.

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-But that was on a smaller scale.

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-There are ways to extend

-this project.

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-It also improves language skills

-for both children and staff.

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-Yes. Many of the nursery leaders

-are Welsh learners.

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-We heard of many Welsh traditions

-in certain areas on St David's Day.

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-The children

-who don't have grandparents near...

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-..have the opportunity

-to hear stories from our members.

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-Meryl has enjoyed

-as much as the children!

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-I've had a fantastic time

-on this project.

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-We've entertained the children,

-but they have also entertained us.

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-We heard many stories from them.

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-Is there enough reading

-taking place in the home?

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-It depends on every home

-and with every child.

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-Many projects are encouraging

-children in schools...

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-..to visit the library.

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-There are many books available

-these days...

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-..in both Welsh and English.

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-Children need to hear the accents

-that the books are written in.

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-What books were chosen

-and what were the favourites?

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-We had books about Dewin and Doti.

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-You also have an appeal

-for volunteers.

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-Merched y Wawr will celebrate

-a special birthday next year.

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-We want to see photographs and hear

-stories from the past 50 years.

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-We want these stories and

-photographs to come back to life.

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-It's competition time.

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-You can win a lovely hamper that's

-the ideal gift for Mother's Day.

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-There's plenty of goodies on offer.

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-There's creams, make-up,

-nail varnishes and perfume.

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-There's also chocolate

-and bath products.

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-All you have to do is answer

-the following question:

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-What day is being celebrated

-on Sunday?

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-1) Brother's Day, 2) Mother's Day,

-or 3) Uncle's Day?

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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 1.55pm tomorrow.

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-All entrants must be 18 and over.

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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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-We've stepped onto the Prynhawn Da

-catwalk for a touch of fashion.

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-You were busy shopping

-early this morning.

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-Yes. I was out

-shopping this morning.

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-It makes a different

-to be able to shop in the sun.

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-Everyone is smiling and people

-don't fight over car parking spaces.

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-We don't have

-any particular theme today.

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-All of the items

-are comfortable to wear.

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-Our first model is Margaret.

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-Shirt waist dresses are very popular

-in the shops at the moment.

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-You can wear these

-in the summer as a dress...

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-..or this time of year,

-you can wear it with trousers.

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-This garment bridges the seasons.

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-Yes. This dress

-is perfect for all seasons.

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-You need to have a look around and

-see how practical the clothes are.

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-You won't buy these items and

-wear them for a special occasion.

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-You can choose

-different accessories.

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-You would usually match them

-for a special occasion...

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-..but you don't need

-to match them for a casual look.

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-I was searching for jeans

-for Margaret.

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-I wanted dark blue jeans.

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-You will have to look for them.

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-All of the popular sizes

-had also gone.

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-Sian is our next model.

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-The denim shirt-waist dress

-is great.

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-This shirt is in denim

-and is short...

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-..but you could wear it

-with a sandals in the summer.

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-You could wear them with sandals

-or wedges in the summer.

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-Dark denim looks great

-this time of year.

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-Sian loves wearing denim

-which has lost its colour.

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-The shoes are also from Monsoon

-and they cost 69.

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-These shoes are very comfortable.

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-This is a casual look...

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-..but you could wear it to go

-for food with friends or shopping.

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-This is the grandad shirt collar.

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-You'll see them everywhere

-on the high street.

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-Thank you, Sian.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-When you wash this cardigan

-in the washing machine...

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-..you will need to use something

-around it, like a pillow.

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-However,

-it will still lose its colour.

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-I've matched it

-with a small denim shirt.

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-There are plenty of denim shirts

-available on the high street.

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-The blouse is from Limited Edition

-and costs 29.50.

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-You will find a variety of

-different fit denim shirts also.

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-All of our models

-have loved today's trousers.

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-We tend to look at jeans

-this time of year.

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-After the break...

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-..Dr Ann opens her surgery to

-discuss International Ear Care Day.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Dr Ann has joined us in the studio

-to open the doors of her surgery.

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-Today, we're discussing

-International Ear Care Day.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.

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-Thank you.

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-What is the reason for the

-International Ear Care Day?

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-Today, we aim to raise awareness

-and promote ear and hearing care.

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-This year's theme focuses

-on how to avoid hearing loss.

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-There's a message for teenagers,

-the elderly and for everyone.

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-Youngsters place headphones

-in their ears.

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-They blast the music.

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-The sound is louder

-than a jet plane!

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-They play this volume

-of music for hours.

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-You need to take a break from

-playing this volume of music.

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-It's also advised to wear ear plugs

-are pop concerts.

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-Mature people should have their

-ears tested at the doctors.

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-The ears are connected to the brain.

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-Once the ears are damaged,

-it is not repairable.

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-If you can't hear at 40 decibels

-then you need to seek advice.

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-You have to keep your

-ear canal clear.

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-Don't use ear buds

-to clean your ear.

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-Some people use hair clips

-to clean their ears.

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-Go to the doctor to get any

-ear wax cleared.

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-Let's move on to the next

-subject of hips.

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-It's claimed that more and more

-people in their 40s and 50s...

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-..are awaiting hip operations.

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-The broadcaster and TV host,

-Eamonn Holmes has undergone...

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-..a double hip replacement surgery.

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-In the last 10 years, the age of hip

-operations among 50 years olds...

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-..has increased.

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-They're still quite active

-at this age.

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-Factors also include being obese

-and over doing it in the gym.

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-But cycling is a great way

-to keep your hips healthy.

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-You will get a new ball

-on the femur during surgery.

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-Some parts will be

-acrylic and plastic.

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-They will also cement

-certain areas.

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-Some younger people didn't

-need a new complete hip.

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-I've had similar surgery on my knee.

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-Sometimes, these operations

-aren't successful for long.

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-The pin and a ball is used on the

-femur in the diagram on the screen.

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-How long do they last?

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-New hips used to last for 20 years

-but they last for 25 years now.

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-The elderly are considered priority

-for this surgery.

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-Alun Wyn Bevan has recently

-had a hip replacement.

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-We've been inundated with your

-photographs from St David's Day...

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-..so let's enjoy a few more

-of celebratory snaps.

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-It's great to see your photographs.

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-We're taking a short break

-but don't move a muscle...

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-..especially if you're

-a regular user of a tumble dryer...

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-..as Alun Thomas from the Citizens

-Advice Bureau has some advice.

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-It was also an exciting day for the

-children taking part in a book quiz.

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-We'll hear if they managed to break

-a world record in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-I'm sure you've heard the news that

-many tumble dryers are a fire risk.

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-Alun Thomas

-from the Citizens Advice Bureau...

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-..is here to discuss the matter

-and offer advice to those affected.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-More details have emerged

-about this story.

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-More than 100 models of these brands

-produced between 2004 and 2015...

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-..pose as a fire risk.

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-Machines bought during this eleven

-year period have a malfunction...

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-..where excess fluff can touch the

-heating element and start a fire.

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-Why have they left it until now?

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-There have been many accidents

-over the years.

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-It's awful that now they are doing

-something about.

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-Some cases have been fatal.

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-Whirlpool own Indesit,

-Hotpoint and Creda machines.

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-These machines are at fire risk.

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-I've got one of these machines.

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-We had a letter in the post

-and filled it out.

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-They said they would send out

-someone in eight weeks.

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-Our machine is one of those

-with a problem.

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-I asked them if I could still use

-the machine.

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-They said yes but I should not

-leave it unattended.

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-I would advise that you wouldn't use

-your tumble dryer, Llinos.

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-Llinos filled in the form after

-buying the machine...

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-..but many won't have done that.

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-We should always register

-our white goods.

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-The paperwork is available in the

-cardboard box.

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-If in doubt, customers can check

-online or call the manufacturers...

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-..to see if their model is affected.

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-Check for a green sticker or dot

-on your tumble dryer.

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-A green sticker should be

-inside the door towards the top...

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-..on the door itself

-or on the side of the door.

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-Contact the website on screen

-to see if your machine is affected.

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-Why are the green stickers used?

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-The aim of the green stickers

-is to make it more aware...

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-..to the companies and the public

-that the machine isn't affected.

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-I don't have one of these machines,

-but I would be mad if I did.

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-Are families offered

-something for the inconvenience?

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-Many people have come to us

-and said that these companies...

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-..have offered to give them

-a machine to use for a short time.

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-The seller should either

-repair or replace the goods.

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-If repair or replacement is not

-possible, then you claim a refund.

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-If unsafe goods cause damage

-to your property...

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-..you can claim against the seller

-for repair costs but within reason.

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-Every machine that is being sold now

-is perfectly fine to use.

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-You can contact the details

-on the screen if you're in doubt.

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-We can offer them some legal

-advice.

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-Today is World Book Day

-and everyone is celebrating.

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-Some Welsh children have marked

-the event in a different way...

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-..by taking part in

-breaking a world record.

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-Heledd Gwyndaf went to Swansea's

-Brangwyn Hall to discover more.

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-Swansea's Brangwyn Hall is full

-of children, questions and answers.

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-But why is there a quiz

-for all these children?

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-We're going to try to break

-a Guinness World Record.

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-It's for the most number of children

-in a simultaneous book quiz...

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-..so there are groups taking part

-all over Britain.

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-There's an official Guinness judge

-present so it's an exciting time.

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-There's 175 local school children

-at the Brangwyn Hall...

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-..but what will they have to do?

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-There are teams of ten and it's

-a similar format to a pub quiz...

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-..but it's aimed at children

-and based on books and reading.

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-Authors are asking the questions

-and the children mark the papers.

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-These are the quizmasters or authors

-and the Guinness World Record judge.

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-They are getting ready for the task

-but let's meet some of the children.

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-I'm from Ysgol Gymraeg Brynsierfel

-in Llwynhendy.

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-Have you done a lot of quizzes?

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-Have you done a lot of quizzes?

-

-No, but I enjoy doing quizzes.

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-Do you know what subjects

-they are going to ask you about?

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-No, they haven't told us.

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-Have you done any revision?

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-Have you done any revision?

-

-No, we were told not to do it.

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-I'm guessing it's about books.

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-Do you enjoy reading?

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-Do you enjoy reading?

-

-Yes, a lot.

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-What's your favourite book?

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-What's your favourite book?

-

-Ratburger by David Walliams.

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-I haven't heard about it

-so I'll have to read it.

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-Does this kind of event help

-to promote reading amongst children?

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-Yes, and the children met authors

-at a book fair this morning.

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-Some were upset about not having

-enough money to buy more books.

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-They are also excited

-about breaking a World Record...

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-..and are asking about the questions

-but I don't have the answers.

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-It's a day full of activities.

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-One of the authors present

-is also a native of Swansea.

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-I'm a cartoonist, artist

-and children's author.

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-I've worked on comics and

-designed comical covers for books.

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-These events

-encourage children to read.

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-Some children enjoy reading whilst

-others need some encouragement.

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-Chatting with an author might help

-a child to access some books.

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-We hope to inspire

-and excite them...

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-..about the authors they meet

-or hear about today.

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-The children thought hard to answer

-nine questions in six rounds.

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-How beneficial is this event?

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-It's exciting that we're going

-to break a World Record...

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-..and it might appear in the

-Guinness World Records next year.

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-This time, it was truly

-about taking part and not winning.

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-That's all they need to do to win!

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-The Welsh Books Council

-have received confirmation...

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-..from the Guinness Book of Records

-that they've broken a world record.

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-A massive congratulations to them!

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-It's time to tell you

-what's on tonight's Heno.

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-Sian Thomas is joined by the

-mathematician, Guto Ffowc Roberts.

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-Guto sets a puzzle for viewers.

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-Heno also marks World Book Day.

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-There will also be a memorial...

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-..in tribute to the fisherman and

-presenter, Moc Morgan.

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-Don't forget to tune in at 7.00pm.

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-In the final part of

-today's programme...

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-..we'll enjoy fashion from Huw.

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-Don't go far!

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-Welcome back.

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-We've returned to Huw

-in the fashion corner.

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-You've got more casual looks.

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-Yes, these outfits are casual.

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-You can wear them again and again.

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-These are comfortable and you can

-match the items for different looks.

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-I don't like to see people

-wearing the same items every day.

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-Our first model is Margaret.

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-Margaret's outfit is

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-The items come from different

-labels within Marks and Spencer.

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-These jackets are very popular.

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-These are fashionable for all ages.

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-It looks very light.

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-These are the spring

-and summer collections.

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-A white jacket like this must be

-able to go into the washing machine.

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-You don't want items that

-you need to care for too much.

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-Make sure you wash

-the items carefully.

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-The t-shirt is from Autograph

-and costs 19.50.

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-There's nothing special

-about this t-shirt...

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-..apart from the fact that its

-very comfortable against the skin.

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-We've all worn something

-with too much polyester...

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-..and it crackles.

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-These floral trousers

-are back for the next season.

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-They've been very popular

-over the winter.

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-These could be fashionable

-for a very long time to come.

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-It has elastic

-at the top of the trousers...

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-..which are great for meal times.

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-Our next model is Sian.

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-I have another denim jacket.

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-A denim jacket

-is a favourite of all.

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-I'm sure many of our viewers

-own a denim jacket.

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-For the mature ladies who haven't

-worn a denim jacket before...

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-..or for those who have got rid of

-them, you should invest in another.

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-These trousers are great

-to wear with a wedge.

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-You don't want to team them

-with wedges with big straps.

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-You might see models in magazines

-wearing these with big shoes...

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-..but they are models.

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-Christine is our final model.

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-Christine has never worn an outfit

-this casual on the programme.

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-Christine only wears heels

-when she's working.

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-This jacket looks like a denim

-jacket, but its a jersey one.

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-You know exactly

-where to go in the store.

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-The floral trousers

-are a mixture of cotton.

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-They are chinos.

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-They aren't linen, but

-they work great with flat pumps.

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-Join Sian on Heno at 7.00pm tonight.

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow

-with our candid Gossip Girls.

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-Gareth rustles up

-a tasty Mother's Day breakfast.

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-The S4C news and weather is followed

-by the series finale of Cymoedd Roy.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Huw Fash fydd yma gyda'i gyngor ffasiwn a bydd Dr Ann yn agor drysau'r syrjeri. Today on Prynhawn Da, Huw Fash will be here with fashion advice and Dr Ann is in the surgery.


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