Thu, 10 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 10 Dec 2015

Cyngor ffasiwn gan Huw; sgwrs gyda Dr Ann yn y syrjeri a chyfle i gystadlu yn y Cracyr Dolig. Fashion tips with Huw; advice from Dr Ann and the Christmas Cracker competition con...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-after a damp morning across Wales.

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-You can boost your spirits with

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44.

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-We'll set the question in a moment.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-Huw has some Christmas dresses

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk.

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-A week on Sunday, the French singer,

-Edith Piaf would have been 100.

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-Gwenno Dafydd discusses her career

-and might give an impersonation!

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-Dr Ann looks at the increase

-in chest infections in children.

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-Our panel of tasters

-sample an array of mince pies.

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-Our Christmas Carol

-Competition continues.

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-# We travelled on board the Mimosa

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-# On a long and tiring journey

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-# Across the Atlantic Ocean

-to the Welsh Colony

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-# To protect

-our culture and language #

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-Yes, Ysgol Sant Curig from Barry

-performs today.

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-It's a warm welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We've got our Christmas Cracker

-Competition again today.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Before we give you the question,

-let's see the prizes you can win.

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-Three widescreen televisions,

-four iPad Airs...

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-..a digital camera,

-a hamper of Welsh produce...

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-..a selection of Welsh meat,

-a coffee machine and mugs...

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-..a toaster, a DVD player

-and a collection of DVDs...

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-..jewellery by Wyn

-in the Conwy Valley...

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-..Melin Tregwynt

-throws and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-The actor, Dafydd Emyr

-has today's all-important question.

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-What colour belt

-does Father Christmas wear?

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-1) black, 2) blue, or 3) pink?

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-Merry Christmas to you!

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-What colour belt

-does Father Christmas wear?

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-1) black, 2) blue, or 3) pink?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The competition is open

-to those aged 18 and over.

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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv.

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-I don't need to tell you

-that Christmas is on the horizon.

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-It's apt that Huw

-is looking at party dresses today.

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-Welcome to the programme, Huw.

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-The parties have started.

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-We're talking about this today...

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-..because a lot of

-the high street shops...

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-..have got 30% off

-their party clothes.

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-Some shops have even got 50% off

-their party clothes.

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-There's still a fortnight to go

-until Christmas.

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-People have already bought

-their clothes...

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-..but the shops need to get rid

-of their stock.

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-Nia's outfit is compiled of garments

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-The dress is by Per Una in Marks

-and Spencer and is 29.50.

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-This was 60 before the sale.

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-You should invest in this dress...

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-..and wear it for next year.

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-I love the sequins.

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-The back is very simple.

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-You don't want to sit

-on the sequins.

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-I don't like to compare with

-designer bags...

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-..but Chanel made a quilted bag many

-years ago.

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-It's fashionable to have a handle

-on your evening bag too.

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-The prices are very reasonable.

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-Every shop has different deals.

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-Check with the shops to see what

-you're saving!

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-Our next model is Vicky.

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-Many parties call for long dresses.

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-Monsoon has had an odd season.

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-Monsoon is great

-for their party wear.

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-There's only 10 off their clothes.

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-The dress is 79.

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-The dress should have been 89

-before the discount.

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-The dress will suit any shape.

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-It's made from jersey.

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-This means it will be comfortable.

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-Don't hang this dress up in your

-wardrobe...

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-..or it will lose its shape.

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-There's faux fur everywhere at the

-moment.

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-There's hats, wraps and a lot more.

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-Sian is our final model.

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-Sian's coat would look great with

-Owain's jumper!

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-I've showed this coat a few times.

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-It's apt for any age.

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-It isn't overly classical in terms

-of its colour...

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-..but the shape will suit

-for many years.

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-You can wear this for a party

-or for a day in the shops!

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-This coat is in the sale too.

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-I was told by the ladies of

-Marks and Spencer yesterday...

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-..about the sale.

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-I couldn't tell

-our viewers yesterday.

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-The coat is 66.

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-The dress is never going to go out

-of fashion.

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-It's 59 for the dress.

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-I don't know if the sales

-will continue.

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-I don't know if it's for a day

-or a week!

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-There's still time to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us on 08443 35 12 44

-and you could win an amazing prize.

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-After the break, Gwenno Dafydd

-chats about the life of Edith Piaf.

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-The French singer would have been

-100 years old next week.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-There's still some amazing prizes to

-be won in our cracker competition.

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-We've got televisions,

-kitchen appliances and iPads...

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-..C'mon Midffild DVDs and

-a DVD player and a whole lot more.

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-First, you need to answer a question

-set by the actor, Dafydd Emyr.

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-What colour belt

-does Father Christmas wear?

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-1) black, 2) blue, or 3) pink?

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-Merry Christmas to you!

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-What colour belt

-does Father Christmas wear?

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-1) black, 2) blue, or 3) pink?

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-The phone lines close at 2.30pm.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv.

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-A week on Sunday, Edith Piaf, one

-of the iconic characters of Paris...

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-..who is known in France as one

-of the country's leading legends...

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-..would have celebrated

-her 100th birthday.

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-Gwenno Dafydd joins us...

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-..to discuss the life

-of this colourful character.

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-Many people will not know

-who Edith Piaf was.

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-I'll give you one line.

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-# Non, Rien de rien #

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-Everyone knows that famous line!

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-She was born on a policeman's coat.

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-Her father was a street acrobat.

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-She had about 18 siblings.

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-Her mother was a whore.

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-Piaf was a cabaret singer who was

-raised by prostitutes...

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-..in her grandmother's brothel

-in Normandy.

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-She spoke about her upbringing...

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-..and it influenced her life.

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-Yes, and she claimed that

-she fell blind as a child.

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-The whores took her

-to St Teresa to be healed.

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-She claims that this meant she could

-get the feeling of a song...

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-..unlike many other performers.

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-She also performed on the street.

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-She was a street performer,

-just like a mother.

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-She performed with her father.

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-He would do his acrobatics

-whilst she sang.

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-At 14, she sang on the street

-by herself...

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-..as she thought

-she would make more money.

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-Her voice

-is recognized worldwide now.

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-How did she gain notoriety?

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-She was discovered on the street.

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-She went to a night club to be

-a cabaret singer.

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-In the club, there was a murder...

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-..and she became famous

-because of this story.

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-She met another lady

-and they composed music in France.

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-During the war,

-she would visit the prisons...

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-..and have a photograph taken

-with the prisoners.

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-She smuggled the photographs

-into the prisons...

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-..so that they could escape.

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-Piaf isn't her real name.

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-Piaf was the surname

-given to her by her agent.

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-Eluned Phillips

-was a close friend of mine...

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-..and she knew Piaf.

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-It's thought that many people

-called her a sparrow or a shrew!

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-How did you become interested

-in Edith Piaf?

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-I did some busking in Belgium

-in the 1980s.

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-Edith Piaf became a massive

-role model for me.

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-She's a real icon.

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-I admire her as a woman

-and a performer.

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-Some of Edith Piaf's most famous

-songs include La Vie En Rose...

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-..and Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien.

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-Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien

-was sung by the French...

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-..when they left Algeria.

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-She died aged 47 years old.

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-When Piaf died...

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-..the Roman Catholic church refused

-to officiate at her funeral...

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-..because her lifestyle

-was deemed sinful.

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-After the break, Dr Ann joins us

-to discuss chest infections.

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-Mike Reynolds, Gwenno Dafydd and

-Nia Selini test various mince pies.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-There's still time to enter

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Call us now on 08443 35 12 44.

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-You could win an amazing prize

-before the end of the programme.

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-In the winter, chest infections

-are rife amongst children.

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-Today, Dr Ann joins us

-to discuss bronchiolitis.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.

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-What is the meaning of the name,

-bronchiolitis?

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-It's about the path

-of the breathing.

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-We can see the bronchioles.

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-When these get infected...

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-..it's called bronchitis.

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-If it goes any deeper,

-then it will be pneumonia.

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-It's can affect the bronchioles

-in the lungs.

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-The cells can break down

-and there's a lot of mucus.

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-The young baby

-gets trouble breathing.

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-They will start to wheeze.

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-Young babies cannot blow their nose

-to remove the mucus.

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-This condition

-only affects children.

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-It's very serious for children.

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-It's also common among children.

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-A young baby will get trouble

-sucking and breathing.

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-There's a lack of oxygen and

-a change in the colour of the skin.

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-The body temperature

-will gradually rise.

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-A baby will lose its appetite

-and become dehydrated.

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-It's important to take the child

-to the hospital.

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-If these signs appear, you should

-take the child to the doctor.

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-You should never smoke in a house

-where there is a baby.

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-People with colds

-should avoid contact with a baby.

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-You can reduce the symptoms by

-washing hands.

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-Help the child breathe

-by raising their head when sleeping.

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-Use Olbas but don't touch Calpol.

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-Children love Calpol!

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-A high temperature

-is fighting the virus.

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-You don't have to give Calpol.

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-Place some menthol in a glass

-of warm water by the bed.

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-I would recommend that a child

-should stay away from others...

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-..for about a week.

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-If you are worried about the

-coughing, seek medical advice.

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-Mince pies are a Christmas tradition

-but why is that?

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-Mince pies

-were created in the Middle Ages.

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-They were oblong to reflect

-the shape of the manger...

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-..and the pastry represented

-Christ's swaddling-clothes.

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-They were originally filled

-with meat as opposed to dried fruit.

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-Today, round pies

-are sold in our supermarkets.

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-Over a billion mince pies

-are eaten in Britain every year.

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-Long live the mince pie!

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-This is the best part as we get

-to try some various mince pies.

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-We're joined by Mike Reynolds,

-Nia Selini and Gwenno Dafydd.

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-Mike is our floor manager.

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-He eats mince pies all year round!

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-I love eating them

-throughout the year.

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-My wife bakes them for me.

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-Let's start

-with the first mince pie.

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-There's no mulled wine with them!

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-I'm disappointed!

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-What do you think about their look

-and flavour?

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-Give us your marks.

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-I think this is quite nice.

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-It would give it seven.

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-I would say eight.

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-It would give it seven.

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-What do you think

-of the second mince pie?

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-I think seven again.

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-There isn't much difference.

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-I would say seven.

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-I'd give it an eight.

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-There's a buttery taste with it.

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-You can try the third mince pie now.

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-I think nine.

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-I'd give it an eight.

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-I don't like this one.

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-I think I'd give it six.

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-The third mince pie...

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-..is 99p for a box of six

-from Iceland.

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-Mince pie number one...

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-..is from Marks and Spencer

-and costs 1.80 for a box of six.

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-The second mince pie...

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-..comes from Tesco and is 89p

-for a box of six.

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-Mince pies from a local shop

-tastes better!

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-Mari has joined in the studio.

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-I love mince pies.

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-I'll taste one later.

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-The actress, Lisa Victoria or Sheryl

-from Pobol y Cwm is my studio guest.

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-Lisa tells us more about her latest

-poignant storyline in the S4C soap.

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-There's a special Pobol y Cwm

-episode this Christmas.

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-Daf Wyn is joined by

-the Goodwick Brass Band tonight.

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-The band also perform

-a festive tune for us.

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-We attend the Missing People UK

-carol service in Machynlleth.

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-We share more useful tips to help

-lighten the load this Christmas.

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-One lucky viewer will win a prize in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-After the break, our Christmas

-Carol Competition continues...

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-..and today's carol comes from

-Ysgol Sant Curig in Barry.

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-We close the programme with

-more party dresses on our catwalk.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-The moment has arrived.

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-It's time to call one of the lucky

-viewers who entered our competition.

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-The computer has chosen

-some viewers numbers at random.

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-Let's get dialling.

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-There's still some incredible prizes

-left to be won.

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-You could win a television or a

-kitchen aid.

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-Earlier, we asked you what colour

-belt does Father Christmas wear.

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-The correct answer to

-today's question is black.

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-It's ringing.

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-Hello, it's Yvonne and Owain

-from S4C's Prynhawn Da.

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-Do you have something to tell us?

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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Where are you calling from?

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-I'm in Felinfoel.

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Brenda Rees.

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-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 34.

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-I'll have number 3.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations,

-you've won a widescreen television.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Are you happy with your prize?

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-Yes, that's wonderful.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-Today, there's a donation to the Ty

-Gobaith Children's Hospice in Conwy.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-A very Merry Christmas to you!

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-Our Christmas Carol Competition

-is well underway...

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-..with three of our ten schools

-having already performed for us.

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-Let's hear our fourth entrant

-from Ysgol Sant Curig in Barry.

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-We're Ysgol Sant Curig.

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-This year,

-our carol is called Tango Trelew.

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-# We travelled on board the Mimosa

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-# On a long and tiring journey

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-# Across the Atlantic Ocean

-to the Welsh Colony

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-# To protect

-our culture and language

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-# July was the date to disembark

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-# And we were miserable and cold

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-# December brought romance

-to enchant us

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-# Puerto Madryn looked beautiful

-below the moonlight

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-# To the music of carols,

-family and friends joined together

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-# To remember

-the Saviour of the world

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-# From the foot of America,

-came the cry of Christmas

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-# That Christ

-was the Saviour of the world

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-# The Welsh emigrated

-without a second thought

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-# And the Wise Men travelled far

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-# Everyone hoped for one thing

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-# The promise of a better life

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-# Our new home might have been bare

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-# But the message of our song

-was the same

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-# We praise and worship our King

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-# We bow down to the baby

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-# To the music of carols,

-family and friends joined together

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-# To remember

-the Saviour of the world

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-# From the foot of America,

-came the cry of Christmas

0:34:310:34:34

-# That Christ

-was the Saviour of the world

0:34:350:34:37

-# The Saviour

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-# The Saviour

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-# To the music of carols,

-family and friends joined together

0:34:490:34:52

-# To remember

-the Saviour of the world

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-# From the foot of America,

-came the cry of Christmas

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-# That Christ

-was the Saviour of the world #

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-That was the children of

-Ysgol Sant Curig School in Barry.

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-We close the programme

-on the catwalk with Huw Rees.

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-Today,

-we're looking at party dresses.

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-We continue with our bargain

-party dresses.

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-We've had many tweets

-about the sizes of these dresses.

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-Vicky is on the catwalk.

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-Vicky's dress is 60 from Star

-by Julien Macdonald at Debenhams.

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-There's no discount with this dress.

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-Debenhams claims

-that it's giving 30% off items...

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-..but it doesn't apply to all items.

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-This dress is a true party dress.

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-You can dress it up.

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-There's silver in the bag

-and we teamed it with plain shoes.

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-There's plenty of sparkle

-in the dress.

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-It's the type of dress

-that you would often use.

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-Not everyone wants sequins

-at Christmas.

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-This is a simple look.

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-There's plenty of stretch

-in this dress too.

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-You can also create folds

-in the dress.

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-Nia is next.

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-Nia has fallen in love

-with this coat.

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-Nia has bought the coat

-that Sian wore earlier.

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-Nia's coat is 75 from Next.

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-There are no sales in Next

-at the moment.

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-They tend to stick

-to their sale seasons.

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-They'll have a sale in January

-and half way through the year.

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-Some people will be disappointed

-that they haven't had a bargain.

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-This is a sequin, chiffon dress.

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-The pattern can change in the dress.

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-This is a beautiful dress.

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-You can create a pattern

-with the fabric.

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-The dress is from Next

-and costs 50.

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-These dresses won't break the bank.

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-You can easily purchase a dress

-for a party under 50.

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-This is a shift dress.

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-The fit of this dress is perfect

-for Nia but the sleeves are tight.

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-Ensure that you try the dress on

-before you buy.

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-Our final model is Sian.

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-We've teamed the trousers

-with a blouse.

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-You'll get more wear

-out of trousers.

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-The blouse is dramatic

-and longer in the back.

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-The sequin skirts that I showed you

-on yesterday's programme...

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-..would suit this blouse.

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-You can also wear a polo neck

-with the trousers.

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-Tomorrow, we hear Ysgol Cynwyd Sant

-in Maesteg in our carol competition.

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-Our testing panel sample

-a selection of Christmas cakes.

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-Lisa Fearn

-also joins us in the kitchen.

0:41:200:41:23

-Following the news

-and weather on S4C...

0:41:240:41:27

-..Only Boys Aloud

-celebrate their fifth birthday.

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Cyngor ffasiwn gan Huw; sgwrs gyda Dr Ann yn y syrjeri a chyfle i gystadlu yn y Cracyr Dolig. Fashion tips with Huw; advice from Dr Ann and the Christmas Cracker competition continues.


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