Cawn olwg ar ffasiwn ddiweddara'r stryd fawr; bydd Dr Ann yn trafod galar a byddwn ni'n edrych ar boblogrwydd y papurau bro. Dr Ann talks about grief and we discuss community pa...
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-Hello and welcome
-to Thursday's Prynhawn Da.
-Last night, Cardiff University
-played Swansea University...
-..in the Welsh Varsity Tournament
-at the Principality Stadium.
-Congratulations to my old college
-of Cardiff for winning the match.
-We also congratulate the success
-of the local newspapers in Wales.
-Elin Meek from the local newspaper
-of Swansea, Wilia tells us more.
-This is what else we have for you.
-Huw's joined by ladies of Merched
-y Wawr from South-East Wales.
-We hear about running a business
-from home with the company, Taclus.
-Meinir Ann Thomas
-..and Gwyn Evans from the charity,
-Cruse, join us to discuss grief.
-Ammanford's Randal Isaac tells us
-what inspired him to start woodwork.
-Join Owain and me for all this over
-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-with Elin Meek...
-..who works on the local newspaper
-Local newspapers are a success story
-for the Welsh press...
-..with a monthly distribution
-around Wales of about 50,000 copies.
-This is quite unusual
-in this day and age...
-..when the circulation
-of newspapers is on the decline.
-Elin Meek, welcome to the programme.
-What's the secret of the success
-of these local newspapers?
-A local newspaper
-is a chronicle of history...
-..and people want to know
-about various events...
-..in their local vicinity.
-The local newspaper for the
-Swansea area is known as Wilia.
-You are the editor of the newspaper.
-Yes, I believe Wilia is going
-to be celebrating 40 years.
-has been there since the start.
-We'll have published
-400 papers this year.
-What does "Wilia" mean?
-Wilia is the word in the
-Swansea dialect for talking.
-It involves a lot of work.
-We're lucky to have
-Some of them are school children.
-We collect all the material.
-It's either sent via
-a Word file or using a Jpeg.
-They are printed...
-..and we distribute them.
-The success comes
-from the local stories.
-I think in Swansea...
-..we have a lot of families...
-..but these days,
-we have a lot of Welsh learners.
-Wilia is like a historical record...
-..for the Swansea area.
-It helps to boost the local dialect.
-I don't know if we use
-a lot of the local dialect...
-..but we try to publish
-everything that reaches us.
-Wilia started in 1977...
-..but the area now has two.
-You also print in colour now.
-We like our contributors
-to send us photographs...
-..and they come to life
-in the coloured publications.
-Social media and the Internet
-has affected a lot of newspapers.
-The Wilia local newspaper...
-..is the work of the Welsh Language
-Initiative in Swansea.
-You can find copies
-from the past on the website.
-We do get help with funding
-..from the Welsh government.
-Is it difficult to find volunteers?
-It's always difficult
-to find new volunteers.
-We should have more volunteers.
-I think I'm the youngest
-at the moment.
-I hope younger people jump
-on board soon!
-I've been doing it for 20 years.
-Do you work with
-other local newspapers?
-I do look at various
-There are national meetings.
-People often share information.
-We keep an eye on the Llais
-which is the local newspaper...
-..for the Cwmtawe area.
-We all share information.
-We hope to strive
-into the future confidently!
-Next, we step onto the
-Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.
-He's been shopping for ladies from
-Merched y Wawr in South-East Wales.
-What did you find, Huw?
-These ladies have been shocked.
-This isn't a makeover.
-They are here to model.
-I have to tell them what to wear!
-A lot of them are quite shocked.
-Dennis is Eluned's husband.
-He's a fashion expert!
-He told Eluned not to wear black.
-The theme today is to avoid
-What do you usual wear?
-I normally wear black trousers...
-..with a jumper.
-The jumper is normally dark.
-In the summer, I venture into navy.
-I like dark colours.
-I had to please Dennis...
-..so I've gone to the other extreme.
-She looked very smart
-when she arrived...
-..but I've opted for
-the grey leather jacket.
-The dress is 45 from Monsoon.
-This dress resembles silk.
-It isn't silk.
-This means it can be washed easily.
-You can wear it with trousers
-at the moment...
-..or go without trousers
-later in the summer.
-The linen trousers
-are better quality.
-We went to Clarks for the sandals.
-Clarks is quite fashionable
-They use Italian leather.
-Cath is our next model.
-She's from Cowbridge.
-This is a very casual look.
-I couldn't get in touch with Cath.
-I've gone for this jacket...
-..which is the best-selling coat...
-..on the flagship store of
-Marks and Spencer on Oxford Street.
-It's great for all sorts of things.
-I like this outfit.
-I would definitely wear it.
-I'm surprised Huw
-found something I'd wear.
-Cath just held her own fashion show
-in her home.
-What was it like?
-It was with the collection
-from Kathy Gittins.
-It was a fund-raising event.
-I wasn't invited!
-We close with Shan.
-Welcome to the programme, Shan.
-Shan is from Cardiff.
-Shan is very active
-in her branch of Merched y Wawr.
-I've opted for navy.
-There's a lot of navy
-on the high street.
-People opt for bright colours
-in the summer.
-Dark colours are very popular
-on the continent...
-..in the sunshine.
-I've played with textures...
-..and chosen timeless pieces.
-The bomber jackets are everywhere.
-Bomber jackets are everywhere.
-There's some lovely details
-on the blouse.
-We've got some
-white tailored trousers.
-A lot of people ask
-if it's acceptable...
-..to wear white trousers
-for a wedding.
-I'm happy with this.
-These fit like a glove!
-After the break, we learn about
-the cleaning company, Taclus...
-..and hear about running a business
-from your home.
-Meinir Ann Thomas from Rhydargaeau
-chats about dealing with grief.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Llinos Lee from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno, Llinos?
-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.
-We celebrate the first year
-of Caffi Siop Mechell...
-..which is a community venture
-The cafe is on Anglesey.
-Owain has an interesting story...
-in popularity in Wales.
-What is it, Owain?
-It's American football!
-I'm still sore from playing
-My studio guest is the singer
-and presenter, Gwawr Edwards.
-Gwawr features in a special
-documentary on S4C...
-..that remembers the late musician
-and conductor, Sioned James.
-Over the coming weeks, we'll meet
-some viewers who work from home.
-Many have turned their homes
-into their office or workshop.
-Our first lady works from home
-but also in the homes of others.
-We got some cleaning tips when we
-met Nerys Williams from Llangennech.
-I worked in a pharmacy
-for many years but wanted a change.
-The plan was to spend more time with
-the children but it hasn't happened!
-A friend told me to start a cleaning
-business as I'm a bit obsessed.
-I didn't think it was a bad idea
-so I established Taclus.
-I work from top to bottom but
-every home and client are different.
-Clean to one person
-could be filthy to the next!
-I like to go the extra mile.
-I bring flowers on my first visit.
-It's an ice breaker
-and a nice touch.
-In the build up to Christmas,
-I had over 30 homes in one week.
-People use Twitter and Facebook and
-it's great to promote your business.
-Their feedback makes my job easier.
-There's a rating system and I get
-to meet a lot of people like that.
-Taclus is successful because
-I'm always ahead of the game.
-I always do my research
-but you need to be cautious too.
-in my own home first.
-It doesn't matter if I ruin
-something in my own home!
-My first top tip is quite unusual as
-I put cool and weak tea in a spray.
-It's applied to a lint-free cloth
-to clean the mirror.
-The tannic acid in the tea helps
-to prevent streaks and it's amazing!
-Finish it by buffing it with either
-newspaper or a coffee filter.
-I love this next tip as it's great
-if you have small children like me.
-They drop Lego or I lose jewellery
-and I don't want them up the hoover.
-Cut up an old pair of tights
-on the thickest part...
-..put it over the pipe and attach it
-with a bobble or elastic band.
-It picks up the Lego or jewellery
-but it won't go up the hoover.
-This is a device
-to help you fold your clothes.
-It can be bought online
-and comes in an array of sizes.
-I'm using a larger one to fold this
-t-shirt so prepare to be amazed!
-One, two, three and that
-takes the stress out of folding.
-I've got another lovely tip
-to help your flowers last longer.
-I've got a teaspoon of salt.
-salt and give it a little shake.
-Another tip that you might not
-have heard about before...
-..is to place your toothbrushes
-in the dishwasher.
-You don't need a tablet
-but set it at 40 to 60 degrees...
-..so the water is hot enough
-to kill any germs or bacteria.
-I love it and I'll be going to clean
-after you've gone!
-Next, we turn our attention to grief
-and the process of grieving.
-Many of us have lost a much-loved
-friend or family member...
-..and struggle to cope or are unable
-to deal with the array of emotions.
-The BBC aired a programme
-on the topic...
-..with the Manchester United and
-England footballer, Rio Ferdinand.
-I had an unbelievable life, an
-amazing wife, great kids but bang.
-The moment Rebecca was diagnosed
-with cancer - that all changed.
-I wish you came alive. From Tia."
-You should write "Mummy's
-favourite colour was green."
-That's why she's got a green dress
-and you might forget.
-I'll write it with the green.
-I'll write it with the green.
-Otherwise, you might forget.
-That was Rio Ferdinand discussing
-his experiences of loss.
-I lost my father
-when I was a baby...
-..I'm humbled that Meinir Ann Thomas
-from Rhydargaeau joins us...
-..as she lost her mother
-when she was ten.
-We're also joined by Gwyn Evans,
-from Cruse Bereavement Care.
-Welcome to you both.
-What are your memories
-of your mother, Meinir?
-I recall when I was nine and I was
-in my final year at primary school.
-My mother found spots on the bottom
-of her neck.
-My father took her to the doctor.
-I came home from school one day.
-My mother was upstairs and was ill.
-The ambulance rushed to her
-She was in the high dependency ward
-at the hospital.
-I thought she would get better.
-I was with my grandparents one day.
-I was picked up and went home.
-My father had come home from
-the hospital to say that she died.
-I couldn't deal with it.
-I suffered from depression.
-I've got over it now.
-But it has left a mark on my life.
-I find it hard to talk about
-Do you struggle to talk about it?
-I feel it's good to talk to friends
-and a loved-one.
-They talk about their memories
-and this makes me feel better.
-Dad is a real man when it comes to
-talking about his emotions.
-I'm close to my father.
-Meinir's story is familiar to us.
-It's difficult to talk
-to some members of the family.
-They don't want to talk...
-..so we offer a room for an hour
-You can get it all out in this room.
-These people don't know us
-and won't mind to let it out.
-It's a start for the person
-But we try to find an answer
-that works for you.
-It's a shock to the system.
-It's all part of the process.
-The singer, Tom Jones
-has spoken openly...
-..about how he dealt with
-the death of his wife.
-I'm glad that he has confessed that
-he has gone through a tough time...
-..and he needed help.
-are two different things.
-You don't need medication
-Rio said that he didn't know
-how to grieve.
-It can build up.
-Many people find that their children
-will fly the nest...
-Join us in a few minutes.
-I have to admit that I'm not
-very good with my hands.
-Our next guest is proof
-that anything is possible...
-..as he set about learning a craft
-following his retirement.
-welcome to the programme.
-Where did it all start?
-It started 14 years ago.
-I was working on P'nawn Da.
-I had the chance to go
-on a woodwork course.
-Lyn who taught me sadly passed away.
-Lyn was a massive inspiration.
-Let's see Randal in action in one
-of his features for P'nawn Da.
-What are we doing this week?
-What are we doing this week?
-Everyone wants decking and people do
-it on all the television programmes.
-These blocks show the distance
-between each section.
-We can place two brackets
-on the back and attach them.
-Let's lift this up
-and put it in the corner behind you.
-This corner piece goes on our
-decking to house a flower pot.
-We're missing something.
-What happened to that wine bottle
-you had earlier?
-Come with me and I'll get it.
-Come with me and I'll get it.
-You still have that decking.
-Yes, the decking is still with me.
-We finished each item
-with a glass of wine!
-We need to reintroduce it!
-Tell us about the pieces you've
-I've got a selection
-of my craftwork here.
-I like rugby and wine.
-I wanted a bottle of wine to hand.
-I don't have to move!
-It's a flower pot at home now.
-It took two hours a night
-over a period of a fortnight...
-..to make that table.
-I went to a grammar school.
-There wasn't any woodwork available.
-I felt that I'd missed out.
-After working with Lyn,
-I started a night course.
-These are the fruits of my labour.
-I've also made these stools
-for my grandchildren.
-These are a favourite!
-This is an item for a nut cracker.
-There's also a clock
-and fruit bowls.
-I use a variety of wood.
-Sycamore is great for holding fruit.
-This next device is great.
-The idea came from New Zealand.
-I'm really pleased with it.
-It's from Guernsey.
-You have to have the correct angles.
-We're back on the catwalk for
-the final part of the programme.
-We close today's programme on the
-Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw...
-..and the ladies of Merched y Wawr
-from South-East Wales.
-The ladies are relaxed.
-They got the first half
-out of the way.
-We start with Eluned.
-I have to talk about the bag.
-Big bags are very fashionable.
-This bag is full of texture.
-The bag is 45 from Clarks.
-It looks like it could be
-I thought it suits Eluned...
-..as she likes to travel.
-I've bee to India,
-Peru and Cambodia.
-This is very comfortable.
-it's a great bag to carry.
-You can put a lot of things in it.
-You can put me in it!
-Everyone who carries
-a big bag loses items!
-The dress is 59 from Monsoon.
-It's very simple.
-It lacks hanger appeal...
-..but it looks great on the body.
-Eluned had a choice of shoes.
-She chose the orange.
-We did have some cream shoes too.
-I'm told she wears bright colours
-when she's on holiday.
-Next, we have Cath.
-There's some pattern here.
-The viewers might not see this
-Cath is very short.
-are from the petite range...
-..but she wanted flat shoes...
-..so the trousers look very long.
-There's a lot of orange
-on the high street.
-I'm hoping for some sunshine.
-We've got another blouse-on.
-It's something that's being
-sold all over the high street.
-There's a lovely lace blouse.
-The camisole is part of the blouse.
-The pattern in the trousers
-is the stand out garment.
-You are busy person in your branch.
-Yes, the Merched y Wawr
-has been very busy.
-We've got more fashion next week.
-We're meeting Bethan Jones
-I've got a fashion show
-Yvonne is coming too.
-Cath will be in the audience.
-It's great to have
-these fund-raising events...
-..for the local Eisteddfods.
-We close with Shan.
-Shan is also very busy too.
-What have you been doing?
-We had a spring festival for
-the Merched y Wawr in Cardiff.
-We had over 50 members.
-There was a lot of local produce.
-We enjoyed an afternoon tea too.
-What do you usually wear?
-I tend to wear more
-of these sorts of clothes.
-A quilted jacket is always ideal.
-Time is beating us!
-Have the ladies been happy?
-I hope they are happy.
-Until tomorrow, it's a very
-good afternoon to you all.
Cawn olwg ar ffasiwn ddiweddara'r stryd fawr; bydd Dr Ann yn trafod galar a byddwn ni'n edrych ar boblogrwydd y papurau bro. Dr Ann talks about grief and we discuss community papers.