Sgwrs gyda Dr Ann yn y syrjeri a'r hanesydd Hefin Mathias fydd yn trafod y nofel 'War & Peace'. Historian Hefin Mathias discusses the novel 'War & Peace' and Dr Ann is in the su...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We hope you're having a great day.
-Historian Hefin Mathias is here
-to discuss War and Peace.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-This is what else we've got for you.
-The clothes you wear to work
-depends upon your profession.
-Today, we've got tips
-on how to look stylish.
-Dr Ann is here to discuss
-rocketing cancer cases in Wales...
-..but the good news is
-that death rates are falling.
-Saturday is National Libraries Day.
-I've visited the museums
-in Fishguard and Carmarthen...
-..that are in old buildings
-but responding to modern challenges.
-Is your lawn plagued with ants?
-It's one of the questions that we'll
-pose to our gardening expert, Ieuan.
-We've got plenty to entertain you.
-Stay with Angharad and myself for
-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.
-War and Peace is one of the most
-popular series' on our screens.
-comes to an end on Sunday.
-It's based on the
-comprehensive novel by Tolstoy.
-Most people consider the novel
-to be a substantial read.
-It's story of love and family
-We hear about this history
-This is a Russian novel.
-It portrays Russia
-in the early 19th century.
-It only looks at the gentry.
-These people had to live
-under the Tsar.
-There wasn't a government
-at such in Russia.
-There wasn't a freedom in Russia.
-The Tsar was the most powerful Tsar
-in the history of Russia.
-The novel starts in 1805.
-Why is the year of 1805
-It was a year of war
-between Russia and France.
-It was the period of
-the French Revolution.
-The French took the power of
-the country into their own hands.
-Values changed in the country.
-The king was beheaded
-in the French Revolution.
-We all remember the guillotine as
-a symbol of the French Revolution.
-Many countries decided to fight
-against the French...
-..but the French were victorious.
-Napolean was one of the important
-figures of the French Revolution.
-Napoleon made himself the emperor
-of France in 1804.
-There was the Battle of Trafalgar
-There's also a battle in the novel,
-War and Peace...
-..that is part of Napoleon's war.
-Tolstoy has created
-the characters in the novel.
-The backdrop of the book
-is the Napoleonic wars.
-Some of the stories in the novel
-are true events.
-Alexander I and Napolean
-did agree and signed an agreement.
-Napolean was fighting
-Napolean attacked Russia with
-an army of over 400,000 people.
-The Russians didn't want
-the French in their country.
-There was a victory in Russia.
-It united the people of Russia.
-Napolean reached Moscow
-and was forced to retreat.
-Are you a fan of
-the television series?
-The series is very visual.
-I hope the series encourages people
-to read the book.
-It's a great inspiration for people
-to read the novel.
-I've enjoyed the series.
-After speaking to you, I'm going
-to start reading the book.
-I hope to tell you that I've read
-the book in the future!
-It's Thursday, so Huw and his models
-have hit the high street for us.
-What have you got for us, Huw?
-Today, we've got clothes
-that are worn on a daily basis.
-Do you worry about what to wear
-to work the following day?
-There's some amazing collections
-at the moment...
-..with exquisite tailoring
-and wonderful fabrics.
-It makes things easier when it comes
-to choosing an outfit for work.
-We're lucky with our outfits
-Some people don't want to look
-H&M now has a department
-that is ideal for work clothes.
-Some people travel from afar
-in those clothes too.
-You have to do a crease test
-with your clothes.
-Sit in those clothes at home...
-..and check to see
-if the clothes crease!
-Work clothes don't have to be
-the best quality.
-We start with Christie.
-Christie is wearing items from H&M.
-Many people buy school clothes
-in that shop.
-You don't want to break the bank
-when you're buying clothes for work.
-This isn't a set.
-The jacket is 29.99.
-The jacket can be washed
-in the machine.
-This dress will stretch
-with the body.
-Follow the instructions
-when you wash this dress.
-It can be shapeless if you wash it
-at too high a temperature.
-It's best to wear block heels.
-There's also thick tights.
-They are great for work.
-Our next model is Nia.
-Christine joins us later.
-She gets the best tights
-You can spend 6 on a set of tights.
-They are great for work.
-We've compiled Nia's outfit
-from various garments in Next.
-They have a department
-at the back of the shop too.
-I don't know why these items
-are at the back of the shop.
-I want to look at the trousers.
-The skinny legged trousers
-aren't too fashionable.
-These trousers have a wider leg.
-They only had two pairs of these
-trousers in Trostre this morning!
-I've gone for a prep-school look
-with this outfit.
-There's a white blouse and jumper.
-Most of Next's workware
-can be washed in the machine.
-Our final model is Christine.
-Christine is in
-another classic outfit.
-This isn't a ground-breaking look.
-We've got a tailored,
-We've got a tailored,
-It can be worn open or buttoned.
-Many double-brested jackets
-don't look right when unbuttoned.
-There's some great trousers.
-They can be tied around the waist.
-They can make you look bigger
-if you're a larger lady.
-After the break,
-Dr Ann highlights World Cancer Day.
-Heledd Gwyndaf also explains why we
-should support our local libraries.
-Yesterday, Menna Wyn Davies
-joined us in the studio...
-..and we heard about her battle with
-breast cancer since the age of 32.
-Dr Ann has joined us to open
-the doors of her surgery...
-..and 4 February
-is World Cancer Day.
-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.
-Before we chat to Dr Ann, let's hear
-more about this important day.
-That was the television advert
-for World Cancer Day.
-The statistics of those people
-in Wales suffering from cancer...
-..is on the increase...
-..but the good news is that
-the death rate is decreasing.
-People always ask, "why me?"
-Yes, many people ask themselves
-Cancer isn't an illness
-of the organs.
-Cancer is caused by gene mutation.
-There's a greater risk
-of these mutations taking place...
-..as we get older.
-Some mutations might be out of place
-like a sentence in a story.
-There are genes
-that encourage mutations.
-However, there are genes
-that prevent them from happening.
-It's important to consider
-what we can do to prevent us...
-..from getting cancer.
-The greatest causes
-are smoking and alcohol.
-Human papiloma virus
-can cause cancer of the cervix too.
-The sun can also cause skin cancer.
-It's important to get screened.
-Many people don't turn up
-to their screenings.
-Take advantage of what's on offer
-to catch the cancer early.
-Only 10% of people
-will inherit cancer.
-There are less people
-dying from cancer these days.
-More people are going to get tested
-and undergo treatment and surgeries.
-is powerful these days.
-There are cells in the body
-that attack any harmful diseases.
-There is medication out there
-that can prevent these diseases.
-The figures for survival
-after cancer is on the increase.
-are diagnosed with cancer.
-Many people are only given a year
-or less to live.
-They will start to look up people
-in their past and live life.
-Thank you, Dr Ann.
-Saturday is National Libraries Day
-which commemorates our libraries.
-Heledd visited a few libraries
-to see what they have to offer.
-National Libraries Day is the ideal
-time for us to celebrate libraries.
-The digital era has forced changes
-but some things stay the same.
-In Fishguard, the building itself
-has existed for many years.
-It has a grand exterior but modern
-inside but what's is its history?
-It was built
-in the 19th century in 1834.
-In the past, it was the market hall.
-It was a shoe shop, council offices
-and became the library in 2007.
-The building houses the library,
-a tourist information centre...
-..a market place, council offices
-and The Last Invasion Gallery...
-..with its tapestry
-of the Norman landings in 1797.
-And in this library,
-all the staff want to speak Welsh.
-I started learning Welsh
-three and a half years ago...
-..and I was living in Lincoln
-at the time.
-I've been learning Welsh every day
-and I think I'm addicted to it!
-I've been learning Welsh
-for the past three months.
-All the Welsh speaking librarians
-It's important to have
-Welsh speakers in this library...
-..which is why
-I'm learning the language.
-I started learning Welsh in
-this library three months ago...
-..in the workplace.
-I followed an Wlpan course
-a year ago.
-There's a lot of Welsh speakers in
-Fishguard and they want Welsh books.
-At Fishguard library,
-I've opened an economy hub.
-People can visit the library
-and use books to find work...
-write a CV and so on.
-These events help to attract
-visitors to the library.
-These can be children's activities
-It's very important because the
-library is part of the community.
-library is moving with the times.
-What can you tell us
-about this amazing building?
-Furnace House was built on this site
-in 1761 by the Morgan family.
-The family lived here but
-it became a library 41 years ago.
-The top floor has its research
-and ancestry departments.
-The upper-middle level
-has books for adults.
-The lower-middle level has
-children's books, CDs and DVDs...
-..and the ground floor has a museum
-and conference rooms.
-Yes, this library
-boasts far more than books.
-We offer books online,
-can trace family history...
-..and also offer various classes
-in the week.
-Half term is on the horizon...
-..so there's storytelling for
-children on Wednesday and Saturday.
-We have messy play on Friday.
-We also have two showings
-of Hotel Transylvania 2.
-Mair comes face-to-face
-with the public every day...
-..so what's the most common
-question that she's asked?
-Most people ask about the
-latest editions by crime authors.
-Two new books have been published
-and there's a long waiting list...
-..so people ask,
-"has my book arrived yet?"
-Libraries are wonderful places
-being both homely and welcoming.
-Time flies when you're discovering
-the wonders of a library.
-Happy National Libraries Day
-to all the libraries in Wales!
-Make sure you visit
-your local library.
-Let's find out what Elin's
-got for us on Heno tonight.
-Welcome to the programme.
-We're live at the launch
-of the Caernarfon Food Festival.
-Dafydd Wyn reports from there.
-John Pierce Jones
-hosts a quiz at the event.
-Have you got
-a new year's resolution?
-Many people have forgotten
-We look at the main sporting events
-that take place in Wales this year.
-Rhodri Gomer will tell us
-more about them.
-He will try to encourage us
-to get outdoors.
-Following his success with Grav
-at the Wales Theatre Awards...
-..the actor, Gareth Bale
-drops into the studio for a chat.
-After the break, Ieuan answers
-some of your gardening dilemmas.
-It's time to welcome
-the Prynhawn Da Gardening Guru.
-Welcome to the programme, Ieuan.
-I'd like to know
-what causes club root in cabbages.
-Thank you for your question, David.
-That's a direct question!
-Club root is a fungal infection
-of the roots of brassicas.
-It can affect cabbages, cauliflower,
-Brussels sprouts, turnip and swede.
-It can even affect radish.
-The main symptoms include swollen,
-distorted roots and stunted growth.
-The tender roots will disappear
-and the plant will die.
-You have to get rid of the plant.
-The infection can remain
-in the soil for up to 20 years.
-Add lime to the soil to raise
-the pH or alkaline level of it.
-Grown healthy cabbage in pots
-..before planting them
-into the soil.
-Allow some roots to grow.
-Some brassicas show levels
-of resistance to club root.
-There's a list of them for you.
-Opt for the Lodero red cabbage.
-Try Invitation swedes.
-You can plant Crispus F1 sprouts.
-I must emphasize
-that they will grow.
-Our next question is from
-Meinir Thomas in Llansannan.
-Meinir states that her lawn
-Thanks for your question, Meinir.
-I didn't know there were
-It's a common problem
-in warm and dry climates.
-The creatures like warm
-and dry land.
-They will cause the lawn
-to look awful.
-They will also cause
-cutting the lawn a problem.
-You can add insecticide to the lawn.
-You must be careful with insecticide
-as it contains poisonous chemicals.
-Place a can on top of an ant hill.
-The ants will crawl into the can
-and you can remove it.
-You can also use Nemesis No Ants.
-You have to buy them via the post.
-They come in powder form
-that is poured into water.
-Pour it over the ant hill
-to kill the ants.
-In the final part of the programme,
-there's more fashion with Huw.
-We close today's programme on
-the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.
-The desk is still here Huw!
-Yes, I've still got the desk.
-Nobody has done any work!
-We start with Christine.
-Christine knows her clothes.
-She liked this jacket.
-It isn't too heavy.
-It's formal too.
-It isn't lined
-so is comfortable too.
-It's designed in the style
-of a trench coat.
-in the edges of the dress.
-It's more comfortable.
-This dress brushes the knee.
-It's a little short for Christine
-but team it with thick tights.
-You need to wear something
-You can wear something comfortable
-shoes to get to work...
-..and then wear something
-more formal in the office.
-Our next model is Nia.
-Over the summer,
-we saw sleeveless jackets.
-are great for the office.
-and can keep you warm.
-Nia was going to wear a black dress
-with this waistcoat.
-I've teamed it with the blouse.
-Nia was going to wear it
-with a sleeveless dress.
-It wasn't suitable for the office...
-..as there was too much
-flesh on show!
-The dress is by the Marks
-and Spencer collection and is 45.
-This dress would be ideal
-for the summer.
-Burberry had rucksacks on
-their catwalk last year.
-This means the high street shops
-have followed suit.
-Christie is our final model.
-Christie's outfit is compiled
-of garments from River Island.
-River Island is the last place
-I'd go for an office wear.
-However, I spotted
-these wide-legged trousers.
-These would look great
-with long boots or shoes.
-Short boots would not suit
-..as there was too many lines!
-You can be stylish
-when you go to work.
-This can be worn to a meeting
-or for a few drinks after work.
-There's a large bag too.
-It's ideal for carrying everything
-you need in the office.
-The River Island bag is 47.
-The bag is very detailed.
-Tomorrow's Prynhawn Da looks forward
-to the Six Nations this weekend.
-Will Dafydd Jones agree with me
-that Wales can beat Ireland?
-Elwen rustles up some recipes whilst
-the Gossip Girls have their say.
-You could also win over 100
-in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.
-Cymoedd Roy follows the news
-and weather at 3.00pm on S4C.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Sgwrs gyda Dr Ann yn y syrjeri a'r hanesydd Hefin Mathias fydd yn trafod y nofel 'War & Peace'. Historian Hefin Mathias discusses the novel 'War & Peace' and Dr Ann is in the surgery.