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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-It's Thursday and as usual
-we've got a busy programme.
-Our studio is full of ladies from
-the Bro Gwili Merched y Wawr branch.
-Some are modelling for Huw
-and others join us for a chat.
-Welcome to programme, ladies.
-Here's a taster of
-what else we've got for you.
-We mark Remembrance Sunday
-and 99 years...
-..since the end of the Great War
-by visiting three special memorials.
-Dr Ann also discusses
-the affects of war on soldiers...
-..known as PTSD,
-or Post-traumatic Stress Disorder.
-We meet Autograss rally drivers
-who are recording a charity song.
-Hana Medi continues
-with her series on collections.
-Today, Angharad Merwah
-showcases her collection of saris.
-Stay tuned to Owain and myself
-over the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-Today, we welcome the ladies
-of Bro Gwili Merched y Wawr.
-There's a large group with us.
-We're going to have a chat
-with Doreen, Elsie and Dilys.
-They are the branch's president,
-vice-president and secretary.
-Tell us more about your branch.
-The branch were founded in 1979.
-There are around 15 members.
-We would like to have more.
-We live in rural areas.
-Where do your members come from?
-Our branch has people
-from Bronwydd and Llanpumsaint.
-We're a busy branch.
-Tell us about your year
-and the Merched y Wawr celebrations.
-There have been many celebrations
-We haven't done a lot as a branch.
-Today has been a highlight for us.
-We have a few events planned
-for the rest of the year.
-We have a Christmas lunch,
-we also go bowling.
-We also have a service
-with a minister.
-We hope to visit a sock making
-factory in Ammanford soon.
-There's plenty to do.
-We want to welcome more members.
-When and where do you meet?
-We meet every third Monday of
-the month and the village hall.
-Over to you, Huw.
-I'm looking at
-monochrome fashion today.
-The shops are full
-of sparkle and bling.
-We want to keep away from the
-Christmas clothes for two weeks.
-Monochrome clothes are very popular.
-A lot of people wear it
-in a dramatic fashion...
-..for the races and so on.
-Our first model is Maureen.
-This coat grabbed my attention.
-If you see an item like this,
-you will notice it.
-You don't want to over-do
-You could team it
-with a pink or red jumper.
-The jumper is quite special.
-The black trousers are skinnier
-than Maureen is used to.
-Are they comfortable in the shoes?
-These are very comfortable.
-Our next model is Geinor.
-We'll start with the black jacket.
-The jacket was similar
-to the one worn by Kathryn...
-..who had a makeover this week.
-This is a silk top.
-All of the models
-have been shocked by our shoes.
-Would you wear an outfit like this?
-Yes, I would wear this.
-I like it.
-When we do a makeover slot,
-we have a choice of six outfits.
-However, there are only
-three outfits for this slot.
-Our final model is Ann.
-There's drama in the black
-and white in this jacket.
-There's drawstring in the coat.
-Ann is petite.
-Ann is petite in height
-and petite in clothes.
-Ann said the jumper
-is very comfortable.
-We've teamed it with simple trousers
-and simple shoes.
-The jacket is different.
-Everything else is calm.
-Black and white can be added to.
-This is great before Christmas.
-We see a lot of Christmas things
-Some of the Christmas parties
-start within three weeks.
-A lot of Christmas things
-will be on sale in a few weeks.
-It's a handy coat, Ann.
-The coat is very comfortable.
-We'll have more monochrome later.
-After the break, we hear about
-three special Welsh war memorials.
-Dr Ann will discuss a condition
-which affects many soldiers, PTSD.
-See you in a few minutes.
-On Sunday, we mark the eleventh day
-of the eleventh month...
-..and 99 years since the end
-of the First World War.
-Over the weekend, poppies will
-be displayed on war memorials.
-A few years ago, we visited
-three special memorials...
-..to hear about their history and
-their significance to communities.
-There's a memorial
-on the Bangor University campus...
-..for the 8,500 soldiers from North
-Wales who died in the Great War.
-The memorial was opened in 1923
-by Edward, Prince of Wales.
-Communities across the country...
-..wanted to remember
-the men killed in the war.
-The Cenotaph in London had inspired
-communities to create memorials.
-At the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea...
-..detailed murals mark the lives of
-those killed in the First World War.
-They are British Empire Panels.
-In 1924, the House of Lords
-commissioned these panels...
-..as a memorial
-to the First World War.
-Brangwyn was an official artist
-during that time.
-However, he didn't think the panels
-were a suitable war memorial.
-They needed to be housed somewhere.
-They were building the Guildhall
-in Swansea at this time...
-..and they've been here
-since its opening.
-They reflect abundance
-and happiness in the British Empire.
-This Empire supported this country
-during the First World War.
-The Welsh National War Memorial
-is at Cathays Park in Cardiff...
-..in remembrance of the 35,000
-lives lost in the Great War.
-This was the Welsh focal point for
-the weekend's remembrance services.
-This beautiful memorial
-was unveiled in the summer of 1928.
-The Western Mail
-campaigned for its creation.
-People donated funds towards it...
-..although the economy
-was in trouble during the 1920s.
-In the Valleys, unemployment
-and poverty were common...
-..but they were willing to make
-donations towards this memorial.
-It shows the affect
-of this tragedy on the nation.
-Most were ordinary men
-from the rural and urban areas.
-Some of them volunteered to go
-to war as a result of appeals...
-..by Lloyd George
-and other propaganda influences.
-From 1916, it was compulsory
-to fight in the war...
-..unless they were peacemakers
-and would face jail if they refused.
-University students were considered
-as responsible and able people.
-They were assigned
-as officers in the Army...
-in more danger than others.
-It's thought that 16% of university
-students in Wales who enrolled...
-..were killed in action.
-Ellis Humphrey Evans or Hedd Wyn
-of Trawsfynydd is on this memorial.
-He was killed in 1917
-at the Battle of Pilken Ridge.
-It was one event that the Welsh
-had a strong representation.
-The war left its mark
-on every part of Wales.
-Over 2,000 memorials were built
-in different locations across Wales.
-The Second World War added to
-the intensity of the memories...
-..and people's feelings about war.
-Yes, Sunday is Remembrance Sunday.
-We remember those
-who lost their lives...
-..but we should also remember those
-who still suffer as a result of war.
-We open our surgery doors to discuss
-post-traumatic stress disorder.
-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.
-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.
-How does shell shock differ
-from post-traumatic stress disorder?
-Shell shock is a phrase
-coined in World War I.
-Many soldiers would leave the front
-and suffer as a result.
-Charles Myers referred to their
-symptoms as shell shock.
-In Passchendaele, some soldiers
-refused to go back to the front.
-Some of them had to go in front
-of a judge if they refused.
-Several solider hospitals
-were set up.
-Pat Barker wrote about them.
-the condition was called PTSD.
-Symptoms were seen
-in the Vietnam War.
-Post-traumatic stress disorder
-or PTSD is an anxiety disorder.
-It's caused by very stressful,
-frightening or distressing events.
-Someone with PTSD
-relives the traumatic event.
-They relive traumatic events
-through nightmares and flashbacks.
-is the area of the brain...
-..that stores these events.
-We see a lot of these symptoms among
-the people who work in the police...
-..and fire brigade.
-..such as severe neglect, abuse
-or violence can suffer from PTSD.
-Sufferers experience feelings of
-isolation, irritability and guilt.
-Symptoms can have a significant
-impact on your day-to-day life.
-You can have compensation
-for this condition.
-For years, the army would consider
-this as a weakness.
-Some of the soldiers were
-as young as 17 years old.
-Some of them were too young
-to be in the army.
-Sufferers may undergo
-You have to go back in time
-with these sessions.
-Whilst you remember...
-..you have to think of
-something good in your life.
-There's a process
-of having to accept it.
-A lot of it visual as well.
-Sufferers are asked to think of
-something good in their lives...
-..to get rid of these
-traumatic events in their mind.
-There is research, but they need
-people to contribute.
-Research is underway
-They are appealing
-for sufferers of this condition.
-It's also important to talk about
-After the break, we chat to two
-who are busy preparing to record...
-..a charity song to raise money
-for Cancer Research.
-Hana Medi meets Angharad Merwah who
-has an incredible sari collection.
-See you in a few minutes.
-We're familiar with seeing Autograss
-drivers racing around in the mud.
-But there's one group of fans
-that will change their image...
-..by joining forces
-to record a charity song.
-Lewis Richards and Gareth Jones
-join us from the Autograss Allstars.
-Where did the idea come from?
-Everyone is familiar
-with the Band Aid song.
-When it was released in 2014,
-I thought it would be good...
-..for the Autograss community
-to do something similar.
-We discussed the cost, logistics
-and how everyone would contribute.
-At the time, the project
-was too large to undertake.
-In July, Huw came up to us
-and said we could do it.
-I searched through my phone
-to find people who could help.
-Second to Simon Cowell, there
-was this man sitting next to me.
-Are people happy to offer
-their services to the single?
-I've been pleasantly surprised.
-When Sue and Gareth asked me to help
-I was sceptical of who would come...
-..and was worried that
-they wouldn't be prepared to sing.
-Many were not used
-to singing in public.
-We had a big launch on the evening
-of the National Championships.
-We announced our plans and
-anyone interested could email us.
-We received over 100 emails, but
-we worried we'd only get around ten.
-Were you surprised that
-so many people were interested?
-In the launch, we announced that the
-funds would go to Cancer Research.
-This is a charity that touches
-everyone's lives at some point.
-You may have a relative or friend
-that has been affected by cancer.
-This is a charity that everyone
-is happy to support.
-When Lewis said that 108 people had
-come forward to sing, I was shocked.
-We had a rehearsal weekend
-in Walsall as it was central...
-..and people from Ireland flew over
-and everyone is extremely committed.
-I felt much better on the Sunday,
-than what I did on the Friday night.
-All of the members
-are scattered across the UK.
-How did people rehearse at home
-before attending the rehearsal?
-Gareth, Awena Owen and I
-recorded practice tracks...
-..and sent them
-to those wanted to partake.
-The aim was to get everyone
-to rehearse with these at home...
-..prior to the weekend of rehearsals
-in Walsall that was a fortnight ago.
-We came together and I was worried
-that they hadn't been rehearsing...
-they showed their dedication.
-First, we had the altos and prior to
-this they didn't know voice types.
-The altos came in and I wanted to
-hear if they had been practising.
-They sang incredibly well and I was
-grateful for all their hard work.
-Lewis, you're accustom to choir
-rehearsals and forming choirs.
-You're responsible for the
-Llangennech Junior School Choir...
-..who competed on Songs of Praise.
-This is very different as we're used
-to seeing Autograss competitors...
-..in the wind and rain
-and racing like fools.
-It's very different
-to the discipline of a choir.
-It looks like a lot of fun.
-I bet a lot of the drivers
-are singing on their way around.
-What is the song
-and where are you recording it?
-We'll be recording two songs -
-To Where You Are and See You Again.
-See You Again appears in the film,
-Fast and Furious 7...
-..so there's a connection
-with the racing world.
-with the school choirs...
-..but with this choir, we've met
-once and will record in December.
-How many rehearsals do you have
-before the recording session?
-It all takes place on the first
-weekend of December in Llangennech.
-The soloists head to the studio on
-the Saturday to record their lines.
-Whilst that takes place,
-Lewis conducts the final rehearsal.
-It's great to look back and see
-how much the project has evolved.
-In the beginning,
-there were only four in the crew.
-Lewis came in as our secret weapon
-and emails have taken over.
-The aim is to raise money,
-so how can people get a copy?
-The CD will be available
-in a limited edition box with a DVD.
-We'll have promo videos made
-and a book.
-There will be a wall planner
-for those involved in Autograss.
-The box is on our website -
-You can pre-order the box
-Details were on the screen, so place
-your order now before it's too late.
-Good luck and thanks for joining us.
-It's Legends Month on S4C.
-Heno and Prynhawn Da
-are searching for the new Gelert.
-Here are the details.
-the Month of Legends on S4C...
-..Heno is searching
-for the new Gelert of Wales...
-..who is a special dog that will
-capture the hearts of a nation.
-Do you know a heroic,
-brave or faithful dog...
-..or a dog that provides comfort
-or is simply your best friend?
-You can nominate them
-for our competition.
-The winner gets food for the year
-from Pero Pet Foods and a hamper.
-..the vet, Dr Lowri Davies...
-..and Jonathan Rees,
-the manager of Pero Pet Foods.
-The competition closes at midday
-on 14 November.
-Send us a photograph of the dog
-with a few words about it.
-You can email [email protected]
-Write to Heno, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Good luck to you all.
-Your dog could be the new Gelert!
-Make sure you enter.
-Next, we continue with
-our series on collections.
-Today, a particular garment
-fascinates our collector.
-Hana has been to find out more.
-The sari is the traditional garment
-of Indian women.
-There's a special collection at
-Angharad Merwah's Ceredigion home.
-Angharad, why did you start
-to collect these wonderful clothes?
-When I worked as a nurse, I met
-my ex-husband who was from India.
-He was a doctor and I was a nurse
-at Glangwili hospital.
-That's why I have all these saris.
-It's the traditional outfit
-of the Hindu women.
-The saris are worn
-by the rich and poor.
-Most of Angharad's saris
-are made from silk.
-She now has a collection
-of around 30 of the garments.
-What makes these outfits so special?
-The fabrics and colours
-When you wear a sari, you must stand
-tall which makes you feel graceful.
-They can be passed down
-through the generations.
-They also suit everyone
-and fit women of all sizes.
-Let's discuss this first one.
-Let's discuss this first one.
-This was my first sari.
-It was passed down to me
-by my former mother-in-law.
-This one is over 50 years old
-but you could never tell.
-It's made from a light silk
-with wonderful embroidery.
-You could wear it inside out too.
-This next one is very beautiful.
-This next one is very beautiful.
-I purchased this one in Manchester.
-There are specialist sari shops in a
-city like Birmingham or Manchester.
-This sari has been handmade.
-There's lots of detailed work
-with the sequins.
-This sari just looks
-like a piece of fabric...
-..and doesn't look as impressive
-as the others when it's folded.
-However, if I open it up,
-you can see the intricate work.
-This one has been hand-spun and
-it took around six months to make.
-I don't wear this sari but I'll
-pass it on to the next generation.
-It's always difficult to decide
-which one to wear next.
-It was my turn to wear a sari
-and Angharad showed me how.
-The blouse and skirt
-are worn before the sari.
-It's then folded, wrapped around
-and placed over my shoulder.
-I can imagine you have worn one.
-I had a friend from college...
-..who brought in his mother's saris
-for us to try.
-Llinos from the Heno team
-joins us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme.
-I'm a little bit stressed.
-I started my Christmas shopping
-in Cardiff this morning.
-It was like December there!
-My studio guest is Jacob Ifan
-star of the S4C series, Bang.
-Jacob is joined by the series
-writer, Roger Williams.
-The series has won rave reviews.
-A box set will be selling
-We're at Pontio, Bangor for
-the launch of Can i Gymru 2018.
-Last year's winner,
-Cadi Gwyn Edwards performs for us.
-Elin Fflur will be there
-on our behalf.
-Mari Grug visits the
-Llwynhelyg Farm Shop in Ceredigion.
-The shop is closing
-after 40 years in business.
-It was the first farm shop in Wales.
-We get a taste of the new opera,
-Wythnos Yng Nghymru Fydd.
-After the break,
-we return to the fashion corner...
-..with Huw and the ladies
-of Bro Gwili Merched y Wawr.
-See you in a few minutes.
-We've returned to the
-fashion corner with Huw.
-Monochrome is today's fashion theme.
-I'll be glad to finish
-..as the models
-have been real divas!
-I'm joking, they've been fantastic!
-They've looked great
-in all their outfits.
-Maureen is our first model.
-The jacket comes from Debenhams
-and costs 79.
-This is a black quilted jacket.
-It's such a handy coat.
-The blouse is also useful.
-It's a striking black and white
-blouse that's a great weight.
-It doesn't crease.
-It looks rather special too.
-It's comfortable to wear.
-The jeans are a bootleg cut.
-The boots are from Debenhams.
-Don't buy them
-without trying them on.
-They are a wide fit boot
-but they do run small.
-Don't be scared of going up a size.
-Geinor is my next model.
-Geinor has a more dressed-up outfit.
-This is another handy blouse.
-There's plenty of detail on it.
-It looks great worn
-inside or outside the trousers.
-Emily modelled the same one for
-our gothic slot a few weeks ago.
-It also looks great on
-an older model like Geinor.
-If you're a petite size,
-you need to be careful.
-The sleeves will drag in your soup
-if you go out for a meal!
-I originally bought this blouse
-for Ann who is quite petite.
-The blouse was far too long for her.
-The trousers are fantastic.
-They're a light velvet material.
-There's a little shimmer which
-is great to wear to special events.
-There's stretch on the waist.
-Ann is our final model.
-She looks like a rock chic
-in this jacket.
-There's a great shape
-at the back of the jacket.
-There's a peplum.
-The Wallis collection
-has a petite section.
-They will fit Ann perfectly.
-There's a special scarf.
-I'm a big fan of TK Maxx.
-Some people think it's tacky
-and like a jumble sale.
-However, I think you can find great
-designer pieces for a good price.
-This is supposed to be over 200.
-You will find expensive
-and quality garments in T K Maxx.
-That's all from us today.
-Tomorrow, Gareth prepares
-the Christmas vegetables.
-The Gossip Girls have their say.
-There's also a chance to win 100
-or more in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.
-The S4C news and weather is followed
-by the late, Moc Morgan...
-..at Gelli Aur Country Park
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Tips ffasiwn, cyngor meddygol a bydd y gyfreithwraig Angella Killa yn cynnig cyngor ar wneud ewyllys. Fashion tips, medical advice and solicitor Angella Killa offers advice on making a will.