Thu, 04 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 04 May 2017

Stroc fydd y pwnc trafod gyda Dr Ann, a bydd Gareth Roberts yn edrych ymlaen at benwythnos prysur o chwaraeon. Dr Ann will discuss strokes and we look forward to a busy weekend ...


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-It feels like a Wednesday

-after the Bank Holiday.

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-But I'm not complaining

-as the weekend is nearing.

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-Today, Huw has the latest garments

-in the fashion corner.

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-What do you have for us, Huw?

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-The weather has changed

-so I'm not looking at any bikinis.

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-We have three members of Merched

-y Wawr to model stripy garments.

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-It's Action On Stroke Month and

-Dr Ann will discuss the condition.

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-We'll also hear about the personal

-experience of Gwynfor Roberts.

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-It's a big sporting weekend.

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-The broadcaster, Gareth Roberts

-tells us what we can expect.

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-The exam period is nearing.

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-Siwan Jobbins has helpful websites

-and apps for those needing help.

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-We join Angharad Pearce Jones on her

-visit to Gillian Ayres exhibition...

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-..at the National Museum of Wales

-in Cardiff.

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-Stay with Owain and myself

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start by chatting to

-today's models from Pembrokeshire.

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-Let's welcome Jill Lewis, Angharad

-Booth-Taylor and Susan Carey.

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-Thank you.

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-Are you excited?

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-I don't know.

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-Jill is the president,

-but how many members do you have?

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-In Pembrokeshire, we have around

-14 branches of Merched Y Wawr...

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-..four Gwawr clubs and

-349 members in the county...

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-..from the north of the country

-to St David's and Haverfordwest.

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-We try to cover the entire county.

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-The area is wonderful.

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-Angharad is the secretary

-and you've had a big year.

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-In September, we had a lunch

-to celebrate the 50th anniversary.

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-We've also been discussing what

-events we can arrange.

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-Recently, there was an event

-at Crug Las.

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-We hope to arrange a trip

-to Y Parc in Bala...

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-..as the movement was founded there.

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-In June, it will be the home

-of an exhibition.

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-You don't have a Pembrokeshire

-accent.

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-I'm originally from

-the Conwy Valley.

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-I moved to South Wales

-seven years ago.

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-Susan is a Welsh learner.

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-When did you start learning Welsh?

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-I started seven years ago and became

-a member of Merched Y Wawr.

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-The Merched Y Wawr movement have

-been very welcoming to me.

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-There are seven Welsh learners

-in the Dinas branch.

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-We have a lot of Welsh learners.

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-It offers us a great opportunity

-to speak Welsh.

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-Why did you decide to start learning

-Welsh again?

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-I was embarrassed that people would

-turn to speak English to me.

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-You've been given the role

-of treasurer.

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-I've been very lucky and

-I'm indebted to Merched Y Wawr.

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-You've been very successful...

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-..and there's an article

-about you in Y Wawr.

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-You must be delighted.

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-Have you ever modelled before?

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-No, I don't think we'll ever be

-asked again!

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-It might be a new career for you.

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-The outfits look great.

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-Has Huw shown you the beachwear yet?

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-Has Huw shown you the beachwear yet?

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-That's meant to be surprise, Sian!

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-We look forward to

-seeing the results.

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-We hope you enjoy the afternoon.

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-Thank you, ladies.

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-After the break, the Merched Y Wawr

-ladies will be modelling for us.

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-Dr Ann will open the surgery doors

-to discuss Action On Stroke Month.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Huw is joined

-in the fashion corner...

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-..by the Merched Y Wawr ladies

-from Pembrokeshire.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Susan, Jill and Angharad are

-going to be modelling for us today.

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-What do you have for us?

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-We're looking at stripes today.

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-They're everywhere in the shops.

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-You can add a subtle stripes

-at the start of the season.

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-This look has a nautical feel.

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-Susan looks wonderful

-in this subtle stripe.

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-Linen is back in fashion

-for the summer.

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-The blouse has all sorts

-of stripes on it.

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-We've seen this happening on

-menswear during the past season.

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-There are four different types

-of stripes on the shirt.

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-It's quite a masculine look.

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-You could wear your partner's shirt

-if you're similar in size.

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-Oversized shirts

-are also in fashion.

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-I love seeing the tailored jackets

-for the summer season.

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-Blue and natural colours are great

-at this time of the year.

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-There's an interesting hem

-on these trousers.

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-If you need a hem on trousers,

-this could cause a problem.

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-Next, we have Jill.

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-Jill is also wearing blue and white.

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-This coat was showcased

-in my wardrobe a few weeks ago.

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-The coat is now half price

-at 47.50.

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-There's some wonderful details

-on the jacket.

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-The blouse has a

-thick vertical stripe.

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-We've paired the blouse

-with dark denim.

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-Dr Ann doesn't understand why denim

-is always in fashion.

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-You could pair this blouse with

-a white pair of trousers too.

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-Next, we have a more obvious look!

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-Angharad is wearing heels

-despite a foot injury.

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-This smoking jacket and trousers

-looks like pyjamas.

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-Beneath the suit,

-we can see the orange top.

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-The tailored jacket opens to reveal

-a more casual top.

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-You don't have to wear the

-jacket and trousers together.

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-You don't have to wear

-both garments together.

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-You could wear the trousers or

-jacket separately.

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-Our spring photography competition

-closes at 12.00pm tomorrow.

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-You still have some time

-to send us your entries.

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-We've received a wonderful response.

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-Let's take a look

-at some of the entries.

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-If you haven't entered, send your

-photographs to us by tomorrow.

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-The photographer, Emyr Young

-will judge the competition on Heno.

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-If you've entered, remember to tune

-in to tomorrow's Heno.

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-You could be the lucky winner

-of an iPad or television.

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-It's Action On Stroke Month

-and Dr Ann is here to tell us more.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Before we chat to Dr Ann...

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-..let's hear the story

-of Gwynfor Roberts from Barry.

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-Fortunately for me, I don't

-remember much about that morning.

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-When I woke up, my partner saw that

-one side of my face looked strange.

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-I didn't have full use

-of my left hand...

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-..and my left foot

-also dragged when I walked.

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-She was quick to notice

-that I'd had a stroke.

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-Thankfully, the ambulance arrived

-before she even got off the phone.

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-I was admitted to the Heath Hospital

-in Cardiff immediately.

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-That was the best thing

-that could've happened to me.

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-It's vital to receive

-immediate treatment for a stroke.

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-There was a new "clot-busting" drug

-that they wanted to try out on me.

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-I could see an improvement daily

-with a little therapy and training.

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-I'm grateful that I'm still able

-to walk, run...

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-..and play with my children

-and grandchildren.

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-My left side is good

-but I'm not completely better.

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-My memory isn't great...

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-..but I'm not sure if the stroke

-or my age is to blame!

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-If I were to look back at my life

-as a book...

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-..it's like someone has removed

-a few of the pages.

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-I have trouble recalling memories

-and recognising faces.

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-I'm also more short-tempered

-and I don't have as much patience.

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-However, everything else is fine.

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-Every day is a bonus.

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-Thanks to Gwynfor

-for sharing his experience with us.

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-Gwynfor and his family have raised

-over 500 for stroke research...

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-..since his ill health.

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-Well done to them.

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-Gwynfor has said it all.

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-They received the help

-that was needed in time.

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-His wife made the right decision and

-called for an ambulance.

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-One person has a stroke

-every five minutes.

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-There are mini strokes.

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-You might feel a little strange.

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-It's important to pick the phone up

-straight.

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-You need to act fast.

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-It's important to have treatment

-within three hours.

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-One in twelve

-who have mini strokes...

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-..go on to have a stroke

-within a week.

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-The golden hour after a stroke

-is important.

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-The paramedics

-may need to use oxygen.

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-They will also inform the hospital

-of your arrival.

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-Two things can cause a stroke.

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-The brain is one.

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-There are so many things that go

-wrong in our brain.

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-A clot can form in the brain and

-stop blood from flowing.

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-A clot can also move from somewhere

-else in the body to the brain.

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-You can get "clot-busting"

-medication.

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-It's important to act quickly when

-you get any stroke symptoms.

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-How likely is a person

-to get better after a stroke?

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-Gwynfor has been lucky to recover

-quickly from his stroke.

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-If you have a serious stroke,

-you may need physiotherapy.

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-You might also need speech therapy.

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-We tend to think that strokes

-happen to older people.

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-We tend to associate stroke

-with older patients.

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-However, you can have a stroke

-in your 20s.

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-Women are just as likely as men

-to suffer from a stroke.

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-What causes a stroke?

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-You can avoid having a strong

-by being sensible.

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-You should exercise, keep an eye on

-your weight and stop smoking.

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-Just use some common sense.

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-We hear a lot in the news

-about statins.

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-You will be put on statins

-after a stroke.

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-There are a few side affects

-of taking statins.

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-However, you're more likely to look

-for these symptoms...

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-..if you know about them.

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-There was a recent survey done.

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-Half of the testers of the drugs

-received a placebo drug.

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-I've been on statins for years and

-they work wonders.

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-Thank you, Dr Ann.

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-After the break, Gareth Roberts

-discusses this weekend's sports.

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-Do you have children in the family

-who are about to start their exams?

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-Siwan Jobbins has a variety of tips,

-apps and websites which can help.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The broadcaster, Gareth Roberts

-has joined us in the studio.

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-It's going to be

-a big weekend for sport.

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-Let's start with rugby.

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-What can we expect

-from the Pro 12 this weekend?

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-Wales have been doing well recently.

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-The Welsh have had some success

-in the Guinness Pro 12.

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-Two teams have made the final four.

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-There will be derby games

-everywhere.

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-The big game for us

-will be the Scarlets v Ospreys.

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-There's lots to play for

-during the weekend.

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-The Ospreys

-aren't in a safe position.

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-They play to be

-the highest Welsh team.

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-There will also be a Welsh tour.

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-The squad will be named next week.

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-Everyone

-wants to make a good example...

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-..before Robin McBryde

-chooses his squad.

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-How will McBryde choose his team?

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-I think there needs to be

-a healthy balance.

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-The Tonga boys are big.

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-Steffan Evans of the Scarlets...

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-..was unlucky not to get a place

-in the Wales team...

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-..during the Six Nations.

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-We know there will be injuries

-on the Lions tour...

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-..especially against New Zealand.

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-If Jamie Roberts is included

-in the Welsh squad...

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-..he will be ready

-to go to the Lions.

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-Let's talk about football and

-the big challenge ahead of Swansea.

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-Swansea face a big challenge.

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-They were angry

-after last week's game.

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-They might have to play

-the relegation play off.

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-They have a game at the Liberty

-on the weekend.

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-Everton are safe of staying

-in seventh.

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-However, how will Everton play

-on Saturday?

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-The Swans should step up

-on Saturday.

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-We're a step closer

-to finding out...

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-..who will be

-in the Champion's League final.

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-Following the recent results...

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-..we might see who makes it

-to the UEFA Champions League.

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-It would be great to see

-Gareth Bale play for Real Madrid.

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-Juventus against Real Madrid

-would be great.

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-George North and Osian Roberts...

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-..have been included

-in the new Gorsedd.

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-Nigel Owens

-has also had the call up.

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-Llinos Lee from the Heno team

-joins us now.

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-What delights can we expect

-on tonight's Heno?

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-Shan Cothi and Gwawr Owen

-will be my studio guests.

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-Shan is a singer and presenter.

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-Gwawr is the conductor

-of Cor Caerdydd.

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-Gwawr will be telling us

-all about a special event.

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-We celebrate the new collection

-of bird stamps.

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-Saturday sees the open day of Bragdy

-Ogwen brewery in Bethesda.

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-Gerallt has been to the brewery

-to find out more about them.

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-Daf Wyn will be celebrating the

-tradition of afternoon tea...

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-..with Winnie James in Crymych.

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-Thank you, Llinos.

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-If you have a story for Heno

-or Prynhawn Da, contact us.

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-We love hearing from you.

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-Yes, we're available on Facebook,

-Twitter and Instagram.

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-You can also write to us.

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-It's a worrying time for many

-young people who are facing exams...

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-..with A-levels and GCSEs

-around the corner.

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-Siwan Jobbins' family is in the

-midst of the exam preparation...

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-..with one son taking on his

-A-levels and the other his GCSEs.

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-Welcome to the programme, Siwan.

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-Thank you.

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-Gruffudd will be sitting his A-level

-exams and Gwion his GCSEs.

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-It has been ok, but the tension

-has started to rise this week.

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-The GCSE exams start next week.

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-The AS levels follow.

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-Children and parents

-are stressed about the GCSEs.

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-They have to sit around 18 exams.

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-As parents, we know only a certain

-number of GCSEs they'll need.

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-However, there's a lot of pressure

-on those doing A-levels.

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-Do your children already know

-what they want to do?

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-We didn't have to make big decisions

-or feel pressured to make them...

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-..when I was in school.

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-My children have an idea

-of what they want to do.

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-My youngest wants money.

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-My oldest wants to do politics

-and history.

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-We have a number of apps that will

-be helpful during the exam period.

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-I was surprised how many apps

-and websites that were available.

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-You can go online and search.

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-The CBAC websites are also great

-as they have marking schemes.

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-When children stress...

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-..you can look at how much marks

-are included in the exams.

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-One subject everyone

-is worried about is maths.

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-The first website

-is www.wolframalpha.com

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-This is an answer engine.

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-It will give you the answer.

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-This is also great for those

-who are studying IT.

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-You can take this with you

-in app form.

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-Next, we have English literature,

-www.shmpoo.com/lord-of-the-flies

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-You get to view clips.

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-There's a collection of videos

-that tell you the stories.

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-You also get questions.

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-Bitesize is similar to this.

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-There are clips, questions

-and quizzes.

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-For those studying

-a different language...

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-..www.duolingo.com/courses/en

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-There are many different

-language apps.

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-You can answer

-a series of questions...

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-..and they give you a level.

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-They will then train you up

-from that level.

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-For Welsh literature revision

-support for the novel, Yn y Gwaed...

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-..www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/z98

-hvcm/revision

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-For the Welsh language paper...

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-..visit www.bbc.co.uk/education/

-subjects/zsrhk7h

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-You should always look

-at the Bitesize site.

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-Thank you, Siwan.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Gillian Ayres is a famous artist in

-the abstract expressionism movement.

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-The current exhibition

-at the National Museum of Wales...

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-..is the biggest ever display

-of Gillian's work in Britain.

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-Angharad Pearce Jones

-visited the exhibition for us.

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-Her works are included in the

-permanent collections of the Tate...

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-..Royal Academy and the

-Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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-However,

-Cardiff's National Museum...

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-..boasts the largest collection

-of Gillian Ayres' work.

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-The exhibition is split neatly

-into different eras.

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-The first space represents

-Gillian Ayres' work from the 1950s.

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-As a leading figure in the British

-abstract expressionism movement...

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-..these abstract works represents

-the artist's emotional state.

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-In the second large space, you'll

-find works from the 1960s and 1970s.

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-Her style has changed by this point.

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-She used a paintbrush rather

-than throwing oil paint on a canvas.

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-There are more defined

-and outlined shapes...

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-..and the empty space is as

-equally important as the pattern.

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-These were

-ground-breaking paintings...

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-..and some of the largest works

-being painted at that time.

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-Gillian Ayers

-was born in London in 1930.

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-Her artistic talent

-secured her a place...

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-..at the Camberwell College of Art

-aged just 16.

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-She spent decades teaching at some

-of Britain's leading art colleges.

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-In 1981, she moved to the

-Lleyn Peninsula in North Wales...

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-..to concentrate on her art.

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-There are two whole rooms dedicated

-to her works from that period.

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-The time she spent

-on the Lleyn Peninsula...

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-..was the most productive

-in Gillian Ayers' career.

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-There was also a great change

-in the way that she worked.

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-She used lots of paint

-in thick layers...

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-..and left fingerprints where she

-used her hands to apply the paint.

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-It's great that these works can

-be seen at our National Gallery...

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-..so that we can appreciate them

-here in Wales.

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-Her work developed considerably

-from the 1950s.

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-It retains the same energy...

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-..but the later work displays more

-than just the artist's feelings.

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-You can spot familiar objects from

-Wales such as trees and flowers.

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-There are also some

-repetitive marks and patterns.

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-It's great to see Gillian Ayers'

-fantastic work being acknowledged...

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-..and exhibited alongside her peers,

-Howard Hodgkin and Roger Hilton.

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-The three artists established

-their own interpretation...

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-..of the American's

-abstract expressionism movement...

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-..led by Mark Rothko

-and Jackson Pollock.

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-Gillian Ayers remained true

-to the movement's spirit...

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-..whilst still keeping

-one foot firmly in the real world.

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-In this final room, you'll find

-Gillian Ayers' smaller drawings.

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-The ones behind me work beautifully

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-There are two display cases full

-of photos of the artist, her home...

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-..and the North Wales landscape

-that inspired her.

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-This exhibition

-is targeted at young children.

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-They aren't as judgemental as adults

-when looking at abstract paintings.

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-They appreciate

-the colours and patterns.

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-The exhibition runs

-until the start of September...

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-..so it's a great way to entertain

-the children over the summer.

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-They can also search for the hidden

-objects at the National Museum.

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-The exhibition is open until

-3 September and entry is free.

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-Make sure you pop over

-if you get the chance.

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-Huw and the Pembrokeshire

-Merched y Wawr models...

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-..Susan, Jill and Angharad

-have returned.

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-Yes, we're concentrating on stripes.

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-We've gone for luxurious colours.

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-This looks like real leather,

-but it isn't.

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-We've used some artistic license

-for this stripe.

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-There's a bit of shine on this top.

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-I brought the trousers

-that were a different size...

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-..to what is said on the hanger.

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-Make sure you check in stores.

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-Jill is our next model.

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-Once you put the scarf

-next to this outfit...

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-..it takes away from it.

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-This is a linen suit.

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-It is similar to pyjamas.

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-I'll be wearing pyjamas in work

-next week.

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-I'll be looking at clothes

-inspired by pyjamas...

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-..on Monday's Heno.

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-You will need

-a plain coloured top...

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-..to cut the jacket

-and the trousers up.

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-This would be great

-for the summer...

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-..and you can wear the jacket

-and trousers separately.

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-Angharad is our final model.

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-White creates a wonderful background

-for the colours.

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-It looks much better on

-than it did on the hanger.

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-Angharad has lost two stone.

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-I've let Angharad

-wear her own shoes...

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-..because she has a bad leg.

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-Maxi dresses are great to wear

-with flat shoes.

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-The bag is fantastic.

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-The bag and dress

-are the same price.

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-The dress is by Per Una at

-Marks and Spencer and costs 39.50.

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-It's 39.50 for the bag.

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-There's a bag within the bag.

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-Thank you.

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-That's all we have time for today.

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-A programme in tribute

-to Ted Breeze Jones...

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-..follows the news and weather

-here on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:390:41:42
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Stroc fydd y pwnc trafod gyda Dr Ann, a bydd Gareth Roberts yn edrych ymlaen at benwythnos prysur o chwaraeon. Dr Ann will discuss strokes and we look forward to a busy weekend of sport.


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