Sgwrs gyda Dr Ann yn y syrjeri a Rhodri Davies sy'n sôn am ddigwyddiadau chwaraeon y flwyddyn. Dr Ann is in the surgery and Rhodri Davies looks ahead to the big sporting events ...
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-Hello and welcome to your
-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.
-Yes, it's already Thursday and the
-first week of 2016 is almost over.
-In a moment, Rhodri Davies look
-at the sporting events for 2016.
-Huw looks at monochrome which is
-one of the main themes this season.
-Dr Ann focuses on diabetes.
-Gweirydd helps us take stock
-of our finances in the new year.
-Ieuan offers his gardening advice.
-Join Owain and me for the next
-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.
-The sporting world in Wales
-experienced a successful 2015.
-Our football team reached the finals
-of the UEFA European Championships.
-Our rugby lads thrashed England to
-reach the World Cup quarter finals.
-Geraint Thomas displayed heroic
-efforts in the French mountains.
-Rhodri Davies is here to tell us
-what we can expect in 2016.
-It's going to be a great year
-..with the Olympic Games
-and Paralympic Games.
-We also have to mention Euro 2016.
-It's the first time Wales
-has reached this round...
-..in many years.
-They will be playing their matches
-They face Russia an Slovakia
-Russia hasn't been performing well
-but what about England?
-It's 50 years since England
-won the World Cup in 1966.
-Let's hear John Hardy's thoughts
-about Wales in Euro 2016.
-It's 50 years since England won the
-World Cup - I've never said that.
-It's odd to have them in our group
-and you couldn't predict it.
-I think Wales will surprise England.
-There's no reason why they can't
-reach the second round...
-..and I think Wales will be in
-France for much longer than a week!
-Thanks to John Hardy.
-He shows that Wales
-has great players.
-Yes, that's right.
-Greece won the World Cup
-a few years ago.
-They had a strong team.
-The same is true for the Welsh team
-A group of people are going
-to support the team in France...
-..and have booked for over week!
-Let's move on to the Olympic Games.
-It's going to be a busy August
-..for the Olympic Games in Rio.
-I spoke to the chef
-of the Commonwealth team.
-He thinks it's going to be
-a great year for the women...
-..with Jazz Carlin,
-..Hannah Mills and Jade Jones.
-We don't know whether Geraint Thomas
-is going to be there.
-He hopes to lead the Sky Team
-in the Tour de France.
-We hope he can return
-to the Olympic Games.
-There's some great names
-in this sport.
-We never hear about
-..until they gain this success.
-Rio hasn't had the greatest press
-Rio has held the World Cup.
-The problem is that Rio
-is following London...
-..in hosting the Olympic Games.
-The World Half Marathon
-also takes place in Cardiff soon.
-Mo Farah is going to be running
-in the World Half Marathon...
-..that's held in Cardiff.
-Local runners can also
-take part in the event.
-It's held on Easter Saturday.
-What about the Six Nations
-Yes, there's also the Six Nations.
-Wales will have a difficult time.
-They need to win in England
-Wales has a great record.
-They won the Grand Slam and beat
-Ireland in their own country.
-We hope that Liam Williams
-makes a comeback.
-Let's hope they win!
-It's time to head over to Huw for
-today's fix from the fashion corner.
-Earlier this week...
-..I said that monochrome
-is a big story...
-..on the high street.
-It's a great way to bridge
-There's so many things.
-Yvonne and me are ignoring
-Yes, but navy is also
-a big story this season...
-..and so is the deep chocolate
-There's a lot of autumnal
-and winter themes...
-..in the spring collections.
-There seasons are quite mixed!
-Christy is our first model.
-This isn't something you'll wear
-for a special occasion.
-It can be worn for many events.
-These duster coats are great.
-They don't have a lining.
-It's very light-weight.
-It's from the Limited Collection.
-It's aimed at those people on
-the younger age of the spectrum.
-The blouse reminds us of
-the Diana years...
-..and the light bow.
-I've made this casual
-with the black jeans.
-There's a Cuban heel on the boots...
-..that are very practical.
-They have a great height.
-These are a good height.
-The bag is also black and white.
-If you're looking for a new trend...
-..check out the accessories
-of a shop.
-A lot of black and white can
-be found on the high street.
-Yes, that's right.
-Christine's jacket cost 69
-from Star by Julien Macdonald.
-The jacket is a winter white.
-It has more of cream tinge.
-It's quite sharp and tailored.
-It's a wonderful jacket.
-Julien Macdonald has his own style.
-Yes, that's right.
-It's very different to the
-Julien Macdonald catwalk items.
-However, it does stand out from
-the other collections...
-..that you find in Debenhams.
-The blouse is from Ben de Lisi
-and priced 20.
-This simple blouse is great.
-People often want something
-that stand out...
-..but we often like items
-that are forgettable...
-..that can be over and over again!
-It can be dressed up or down.
-I'm delighted that there's
-a great range of trousers.
-These trousers remind us of flares.
-They give you a great shape
-if you're a plus size.
-Our final model is Catherine.
-The 1980s is very strong
-in this outfit.
-Dungarees are a big thing again
-These are very tailored.
-They are not meant to be loose.
-This is teamed with a backpack.
-On the Burberry catwalk,
-they had a great backpack.
-This is why I've got it today.
-After the break,
-we discuss diabetes with Dr Ann.
-Living with any illness or condition
-is challenging and life-changing.
-A new record of diabetics in the UK
-has reached four million...
-..due to a rise in obesity.
-Dr Ann is here to discuss
-type 2 diabetes today.
-Welcome to the programme.
-People usually get type 1
-..when they are a child.
-It could be caused by a virus.
-Type 2 diabetes is more common.
-It's closely linked with obesity.
-There's been an increase of 65%
-..with type 2 diabetes.
-The problem is that more
-and more young people...
-..are suffering from obesity...
-..which could lead to
-type 2 diabetes.
-I suspect that ready meals
-..are the most dangerous factors...
-..in terms of obesity.
-I've got two plates with me.
-It makes sense to opt
-for the smaller plate.
-The problem is with the fat
-around your waist.
-A man's waist shouldn't be
-over 37 inches.
-It can be a problem.
-We do a lot of blood tests...
-..on those people who are obese.
-You can start on a course
-..to help with your obesity
-and blood sugar.
-By dropping 6% of your weight...
-..the risk of getting
-type 2 diabetes...
-..drops by about 60%!
-You can only spend about 20 minutes
-exercising a day...
-..and it can be very beneficial.
-Children don't spend enough time
-playing outdoors either.
-Some 77,000 people don't
-know they have diabetes.
-Those with diabetes will feel
-..and pass water often.
-What happens if they ignore
-The small arteries in the body
-It stops oxygen from reaching
-..and various other organs
-around the body.
-An eye test might pick up the fact
-that you have diabetes.
-Is it hereditary?
-There's a high factor of diabetes
-Those who have diabetes
-in the family...
-..should be far more cautious.
-It's important to drink
-plenty of water...
-..before you have a meal...
-..because you will eat a lot less.
-Your blood pressure will also help.
-We'll have fitness tips
-on Heno tomorrow.
-I'm going to check my waist
-in a moment!
-It's been raining all the time.
-It's the time of year for rain.
-People are staying home more.
-It means you're more likely
-to catch a cold or fall ill.
-There's a lot of people
-suffering from this virus.
-It's going to get colder
-and kill the viruses!
-After the break...
-..Gweirydd is here to help get our
-finances in order after Christmas.
-Ieuan also has some gardening tips.
-See you in a few minutes.
-Christmas is the time of year when
-we want the best of everything...
-..whether its food, drinks,
-decorations or gifts.
-But they've all got have one thing
-in common - they're costly!
-Gweirydd is here to help us
-make our finances look healthier.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Where do we start
-when organizing our finances?
-It can appear to look
-quite frightful at the start...
-..especially after Christmas.
-Don't bury your head in the sand.
-You need to sit down one afternoon
-and sort your finances.
-Take a look
-at what comes into your home.
-You need to also consider your taxes
-on your wage packet.
-You need to check that the code
-for your taxes are correct.
-Check with your employer
-and the HMRC.
-You could be paying more tax
-than is needed.
-It's worth checking your income
-Next, look at your expenditures.
-Many people don't know what
-direct debits they are paying.
-It's also a chance for you
-to start saving money...
-..by assessing your direct debits
-such as for gas and electricity.
-It's like giving your bank account
-a spring clean.
-Cancel any direct debits
-that aren't needed.
-It's the time of year
-to cut down on spending.
-People need to be careful
-with the offers.
-Buying a running kit
-is cheaper than joining a gym.
-Don't join a gym
-if it proves too expensive.
-Check if you are able
-to save more money in the new year.
-Take a look at the best
-savings accounts at the banks.
-to examine the interest rates.
-You need to visit or phone your
-bank to find out about rates.
-You need to collect information.
-You should be doing this regularly.
-January is the perfect time
-to do this.
-Check if there are better options
-for saving your money.
-People who have retired
-also have bonds.
-They pay out more than what you get
-on the high street.
-Over three years,
-there are rates of 1.9%.
-You can save a lot of money
-It only takes a day
-to sort out your finances.
-It's a great time
-to assess your debts too.
-Many people are in a fixed mortgage.
-Maybe you should start looking
-around for a new mortgage.
-Move any Christmas debt to a credit
-card and pay it off.
-How many of you enjoy gardening
-during the winter months?
-Here are Ieuan's tips
-for the month of January.
-It's raining - what a surprise!
-You won't be shocked to know
-that it's rained every day...
-..for at least some of the day
-since 3 November...
-..in both Llanelli
-and the vast majority of Wales too.
-It's no surprise that the soil
-is totally saturated.
-You can't do anything with it.
-You can't even do some maintenance
-on the surface because it's so wet.
-Let's get out of the elements into
-the glasshouse to do some sowing.
-January is too early for sowing
-most flowers and vegetables...
-..and yet, it's amazing the amount
-of seeds you can sow this month.
-In regards to vegetables,
-there are onions, leeks...
-..and carrots of the
-Amsterdam Forcing variety.
-It's a great choice for early sowing
-and is aptly subtitled, 'Sprint'.
-Ideally, sow them in wide, deep pots
-and fill with multi-purpose compost.
-There'll be enough depth
-for the roots to sprout.
-Sow the seeds thinly
-on the surface...
-..and cover with
-some additional compost.
-They don't need to germinate
-in a specific temperature...
-..but you'll have rapid growth
-if you leave them in the glasshouse.
-Ensure they don't dry out
-as the roots will split.
-It's ironic to be watering these
-when its so wet outside.
-You can harvest the earliest crop
-with small tender roots...
-..from April onwards.
-Spread out remaining seeds
-to create more space to grow.
-I have a late crop from last year
-to keep me going until this April.
-For flowers, sow antirrhinums seeds
-as they need a long period to grow.
-You can also sow begonias, dianthus,
-pansies, geraniums and lobelias now.
-Some flower seeds are tiny so mix
-them with Vermiculite or sand...
-..to make the sowing easier,
-and sow regularly on the surface.
-Thinly sprinkle some compost
-and cover them.
-These seeds need some heat, so place
-them on the windowsill in the house.
-If your glasshouse
-..invest in an electric propagator
-to heat the soil from beneath.
-In addition to heat and water,
-some seeds need light...
-..including begonias and lobelias.
-Once again, thinly sow these seeds
-on the surface.
-Don't cover them with compost but
-press them down with a flat object.
-Keep the surface moist
-until they start to bud.
-You must spray regularly with water
-and cover the top.
-What a great start
-to the gardening season...
-..despite the wet weather outside!
-It's raining everywhere!
-Elin Fflur has joined us.
-Elin's in Llanelli tonight.
-My begonias were planted in the
-spring and are still blooming!
-What delights are on Heno tonight?
-joins me in the studio.
-Dilwyn encourages viewers to take
-part in a new series of Ar Y Dibyn.
-Dilwyn also tells us about the
-Wales 2016: Year of Adventure.
-We report from several
-Plygain services across Wales.
-The Welsh Language Commissioner,
-..also joins me on the sofa
-to chat about the year ahead.
-When we return, Huw is back on
-the catwalk for more monochrome.
-See you in a few minutes.
-We've returned to Huw
-for some more monochrome fashion.
-There's a lot of black and white
-on the high street at the moment.
-Yvonne has informed us of this!
-Many people like to wear black
-However, they do worry that it makes
-them look pale.
-You can add a touch of colour with
-We start with Christy.
-Everything is black and white here.
-There are many new collections
-in the shops...
-..that have 30% off at the moment.
-Why shop in the sales now
-when you can get something...
-..from the new collections?
-This look with Christy works well
-and looks comfortable.
-The trench coat is from Wallis.
-We've got some high boots as well.
-Christy tried them on
-and they were tight at the top.
-However, they have started to
-that will suit your leg size.
-They are very stylish though.
-It creates a fuss-free look.
-Chris is also looking comfortable
-in some loose clothing.
-This coat isn't mohair
-but it has a texture of mohair.
-It's made from wool.
-There 68% of wool in the garment.
-Very rarely will you get 100% wool
-in most items.
-also keep their shape though.
-It's worth having manmade fibres
-and wool items.
-The dress is very loose.
-Chris would wear this size.
-sit perfectly in place.
-It's a great dress to wear
-if you have piled on the pounds!
-We've teamed it with tight trousers
-and catwalk heels.
-Catherine is wearing
-a young, fresh look.
-The dress would
-be a great summer look.
-The blouse is 19.99.
-It's 19.99 for the dress.
-You can match with some bright
-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow
-at the usual time of 2.00pm.
-Lleucu Siencyn marks the centenary
-of the death of Roald Dahl.
-You can win 100 or more
-in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.
-There's also more culinary delights
-in the kitchen.
-Following the news
-and weather on S4C...
-..our Elin Fflur
-is travelling around Patagonia.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Sgwrs gyda Dr Ann yn y syrjeri a Rhodri Davies sy'n sôn am ddigwyddiadau chwaraeon y flwyddyn. Dr Ann is in the surgery and Rhodri Davies looks ahead to the big sporting events of 2016.