Thu, 11 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 11 Feb 2016

Bydd Dr Ann yn agor drysau'r syrjeri a Lowri Cooke fydd yn trafod y ffilmiau sydd mewn sinemâu ar hyn o bryd. Dr Ann is in the surgery and Lowri Cooke discusses the latest films.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-The sun was shining in Llanelli

-but the rain is back in full force.

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-We've also had sunshine and rain in

-the last few minutes.

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-Dr Ann discusses tinnitus, an ear

-condition that affects many people.

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-Lowri Cooke looks at the latest

-Ben Stiller film, Zoolander 2.

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-Felix Aubel takes us back to the

-golden age of the Welsh pop bottle.

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-Elin hears about a new book from

-the residents of the Aled Valley.

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-Join Owain and me for all this over

-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Valentine's Day on Sunday.

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-What do you enjoy

-on Valentine's Day, Sian?

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-Do you like romantic music?

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-How about some romantic lighting?

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-Do you want some roses?

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-And some...

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-Don't say any more,

-I'm a newly married woman.

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-I'm too late again!

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-Romance is over!

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-She's married!

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-That's all she gets for

-Valentine's Day is a day with me.

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-I'm sure our viewers

-will have some romantic evenings.

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-You might want to go out

-or you might want to stay in.

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-Our first model is Christie.

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-I was searching

-for an innocent dress.

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-Valentine's outfits

-are usually very confident.

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-The dress has static.

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-Christie is wearing

-a petticoat underneath.

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-The static disappeared

-after wearing that.

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-The colour is great

-for Valentine's Day.

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-This would be lovely

-in the spring with wedges.

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-The dress Christie is wearing

-is 32 from Dorothy Perkins.

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-The bag is also from Dorothy Perkins

-and costs 8.

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-There's a bit of sparkle in the bag.

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-The bag looks very festive.

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-The leather in the shoes

-match the bag...

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-..without being over the top.

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-You could wear this anywhere.

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-Many people will see red as an

-obvious colour for the weekend.

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-I've gone for pink with Sian.

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-This outfit isn't sold as a suit,

-but separately.

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-This is great for people

-who are different sizes.

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-There are some great items within

-the Limited Collection this season.

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-The jacket costs 59.

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-The blouse costs 28.

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-The trousers are 29.50.

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-The pussycat bow on the blouse

-is great.

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-I've added a necklace

-for a bit of sparkle.

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-This blouse is thought to be

-granny chic.

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-You would find items like this

-is a grandmother's wardrobe.

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-The fake animal skin is great

-on the shoe.

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-I'm over nude

-and the shoes make a statement.

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-Our final model is Vicky.

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-If you haven't given your partner

-a gift...

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-..then this is lovely.

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-This shift dress

-has wonderful elements.

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-This is also from Outfit.

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-Vicky's dress is from

-Little Mistress and costs 55.

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-The items from this section

-are different to the other labels.

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-This outfit

-is suitable for all ages.

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-If you worry that this dress is too

-short then wear some navy tights.

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-I don't always like bright shoes,

-but these are great.

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-The shoes won't look great

-with navy tights.

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-Red shoes are handy in the wardrobe.

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-Last week, Nia Parker and

-Donna Joseph came to the studio...

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-..to chat about the Mudiad Meithrin

-creche in Cardiff's Old Museum.

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-They sent us some photographs

-from the launch on Saturday.

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-Good luck to them

-with this new venture.

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-After the break, Dr Ann opens the

-surgery doors to discuss tinnitus.

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-The condition is usually described

-as a constant ringing in the ears.

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-Lowri Cooke reviews

-the latest big screen releases...

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-..including Ben Stiller's new film,

-Zoolander 2.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's Tinnitus Awareness Week.

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-The condition is usually described

-as a constant ringing in the ears...

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-..but can also be humming,

-clicking, hissing or buzzing.

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-It can be soft, loud,

-high-pitched or a low sound.

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-In a moment,

-Dr Ann will tell us more about it...

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-..but first, let's meet a young man

-who suffers from condition.

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-Six months ago, I started getting

-symptoms of labyrinthitis...

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-..where I was losing my balance

-and suffered from vertigo.

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-It developed into Meniere's disease

-where I went deaf in my right ear.

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-As a result,

-I got tinnitus in my right ear.

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-It kept me awake at night.

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-The sound was a high-pitched,

-loud electrical noise.

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-We had a six-month-old baby

-and the crying made it much worse.

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-It's in the right ear

-for the majority of the time...

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-..but in loud environments it's

-in both ears and lasts for an hour.

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-There isn't any medication

-but you're offered advice...

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-..and you've got to learn

-to live with it.

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-Our thanks to Gareth

-for sharing his story.

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-It sounds like

-an uncomfortable condition.

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-The noise you hear travels

-to the brain.

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-There are five different points...

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-..which can cause tinnitus.

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-In Gareth's case,

-there was a reason for it.

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-Occasionally,

-there are no reasons for its cause.

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-It can also occur

-due to health conditions...

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-..including hearing loss due to

-sound, ear or sinus infections...

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-..heart problems, Meniere disease,

-tumours on the brain...

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-..a change in hormone levels for

-women or thyroid abnormalities.

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-Being in a concert

-can cause this problem.

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-You can get ear plugs for concerts

-which will reduce the risk.

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-You have to explain

-the nature of the symptoms.

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-Silence is the enemy

-as you will hear more of the noise.

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-You won't usually be aware of

-the noise if you're at a party...

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-..but in silence,

-you can constantly hear it.

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-It's important

-to seek medical advice...

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-..to see if an underlying cause

-can be found and treated.

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-If necessary, the GP will refer you

-to a hospital specialist.

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-They will look at your case

-and attempt to help you.

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-There's currently no single

-treatment that works for everyone.

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-If an underlying cause

-of the tinnitus can be found...

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-..effectively treating it

-may help to improve it.

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-I'm going to put this on.

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-It shows the various sounds

-that you hear if you have tinnitus.

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-These noises can help you

-concentrate on another noise...

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-..which will take your mind

-off the tinnitus.

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-You can have these

-in a variety of forms...

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-..including an app

-and an alarm clock.

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-This is available in mp3 form.

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-It will be worse

-if you worry about it.

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-You need to physically

-and emotionally relax.

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-It's half term next week...

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-..and Lowri Cooke is going to review

-one of the latest children's films.

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-Here's a taster of Goosebumps.

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-Not friendly,

-definitely not friendly.

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-I'll save you.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Shut it, shut it!

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-EVIL CHUCKLING

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-That was a clip of the film,

-Goosebumps.

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-Lowri Cooke joins us now.

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-What did you think of Goosebumps?

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-This is a film for the family.

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-I enjoyed this film.

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-This film is about the author,

-R L Stine.

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-This film concentrates on the

-Goosebumps series of books.

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-Zach Cooper is upset about moving

-from the big city to a small town...

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-..until he meets his beautiful

-neighbour, Hannah.

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-Zach is surprised to learn that

-Hannah's father is R L Stine...

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-..the famous author of the

-bestselling Goosebumps series.

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-When Zach accidentally unleashes the

-monsters from the tale...

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-..it's up to Stine, Hannah and Zach

-to return to beasts...

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-..back to the books.

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-This is an adventure film.

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-Jack Black plays the role of Stine

-and he's fantastic in this.

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-Let's see a clip of Deadpool.

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-She's going to do a

-superhero landing. Wait for it.

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-Wooo... superhero landing!

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-That is really hard on your knees.

-Totally impractical. They all do it.

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-You're a lovely lady,

-but I'm saving myself for Francis.

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-That's why I brought him.

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-I prefer not to hit a woman

-so please play...

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-I mean, that's why I brought her!

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-Oh no, finish your tweet. Just give

-us a second.

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-There we go, hashtag it.

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-Go get her, tiger!

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-What did you think of this film,

-Lowri?

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-I wouldn't want to meet those

-two women on a dark night!

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-This is a film about superheroes.

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-Deadpool doesn't want

-to save the world...

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-..but he wants to save himself.

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-This film makes Ryan Reynolds

-a true star.

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-I couldn't understand why he was

-so successful previously...

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-..but he's great in this.

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-If you like Ironman,

-you will love this film.

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-Ryan Reynolds started as Van Wilder.

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-That film was made 15 years ago.

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-He's a funny man.

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-He's appeared

-in The Green Lantern...

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-..but this slick Deadpool character

-is great for him.

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-Let's take a look at a clip

-from Zoolander 2.

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-I'm out of fashion. I lost the fire.

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-You're Derek Zoolander. You stopped

-a Chinese star with a look.

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-Flash me that beautiful Magnum.

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-Wait, no.

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-Wait, no.

-

-Magnum. Now.

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-Maybe we could try a wash cloth.

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-This is the second film

-in the series.

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-This is similar to Anchorman

-and Anchorman 2.

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-Zoolander looks like Owain.

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-Earlier, Lowri told me that she

-thought I resembled the character...

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-..played by Ben Stiller.

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-Do you like my pose?

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-The first film is better

-than the second.

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-If you want to see Owain's twin,

-make sure you go to the cinema.

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-After the break, Felix Aubel has

-a collection of Welsh pop bottles.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Felix Aubel

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Dr Ann is also here with

-her collection of Welsh pop bottles.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-These will bring back fond memories

-to a number of our viewers.

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-Dr Ann has also returned as she's an

-avid collector of Welsh pop bottles.

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-It's a strange collection.

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-These were the collection

-owned by my late husband.

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-It started with a bottle that he saw

-in New Quay.

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-How many bottles do you have?

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-There's over 100 bottles

-in the collection.

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-The pop bottles reflect an social

-tradition that has long gone.

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-Wales boasted a number of pop

-companies until the early 1890s.

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-I'm sure many people

-remember the pop man...

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-..visiting their homes

-with a van full of soft drinks.

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-I remember the pop man!

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-I remember having to return

-the bottle.

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-The customer

-returned the empty bottles...

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-..and usually got a penny

-for their trouble!

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-The deposit

-was returned to the customer...

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-..if they purchased

-another bottle of pop.

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-You could argue that Corona...

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-..showed one of the early methods

-of recycling.

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-The collection has been split

-into many categories.

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-These are from Merthyr Tydfil,

-Blaenavon and other sites.

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-There's also the company

-from Porth in the Rhondda.

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-By the 1930s, they sold over

-70 million bottles of pop!

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-In the 1980s,

-the company was sold to Britvick.

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-They closed the company in Porth.

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-It was moved to England.

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-All these collections are similar.

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-Look at the shape of the bottles

-and the colour.

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-The colour reflects

-the period and safety.

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-In the past, some pop bottles

-contained marbles...

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-..and these are very rare

-at the moment.

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-The marbles helped to stabilize

-the pop...

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-..to stop it from exploding.

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-Children often broke the bottles

-to remove the marbles.

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-Let's move to the Dyfed area.

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-Dr Ann's husband started collecting

-with a bottle from New Quay.

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-There's some flat bottles.

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-They carried pop.

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-A lot of these broke in the past.

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-We move to the Swansea area.

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-All of these

-are about nine inches deep.

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-Most of the bottles were not made by

-the same companies who made the pop.

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-Many bottles were made in England.

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-Most of the pop was made

-by Thomas & Evans.

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-However, the pop was sold under

-different names.

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-There's another collection from

-Cardiff, Newport and Penarth.

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-Thomas & Evans competed with

-companies from Bristol.

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-Most produced their own bottles

-so made more of a profit.

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-There are more bottles in the front.

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-There's a bottle similar

-to one made by coca-cola.

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-They could recycle the bottles.

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-All you had to do was return the

-bottle and refill it.

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-You cannot do this

-with plastic bottles.

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-I think we should return

-to the glass bottles.

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-These were sold for about 5 each.

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-I suspect that each

-are worth about 10.

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-A collection would probably

-sell for over 1,000.

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-It's an amazing collection.

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-None of these have chips.

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-They have been well-looked after.

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-I don't collect any more!"

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-Thank you, Felix.

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-Next, we visit the wonderful

-Aled Valley in North Wales.

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-In 2014, one resident started

-compiling a book about the area...

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-..by collecting stories

-about the region and its families.

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-The recently published book is

-a fantastic record for the locals.

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-Elin has been to find out more.

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-The Aled Valley

-is a beautiful, rural area.

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-It's south of Abergele, west of

-Llanrwst and Denbigh is to the east.

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-It's home to many villages such as

-Llansannan, Groes and Blychau.

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-Just like any other area, it has

-interesting characters and stories.

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-Berwyn Evans has set about

-recording some of that history.

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-I've always been interested

-in family history...

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-..and collected the stories

-from my father about his family.

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-It was a natural step

-to look at community history.

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-I've got two sons - one lives nearby

-and the other lives in Ireland.

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-Four years ago,

-Rhys sent me a book from Ireland.

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-The ladies of the community

-had written a book about their area.

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-They had a one photograph

-for each family.

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-The Welsh are interested in our own

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-This is a book of two halves with

-the first section about the area...

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-..and the second half features a

-page each for 100 local families.

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-In Llansannan, Dylan Roberts

-has recorded his family history...

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-..and the history of his company

-that was established 30 years ago.

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-I started on my own and fixed

-various things for farmers.

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-It has developed into making sheds

-and outside agriculture.

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-None of my workers travel further

-than ten miles to get to work.

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-It's great to work so close to home

-and it's a lovely place to work.

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-It's rare to find a place

-with workers from Rhyl and Abergele.

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-I've worked here for two years and

-it's great to work so close to home.

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-Berwyn has done a lot of work

-to compile this book.

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-I'm delighted that we have a page

-for the future generations.

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-Our communities are full of events

-that are perfect for socialising.

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-In Wales, being a member of a choir

-is very popular.

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-The Aled Valley has many choirs...

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-..but the Bro Aled Male Voice Choir

-boasts some of the best singers.

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-# Tender mercies like the flood #

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-Many see the value of this book and

-have a page about their families.

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-Children love looking

-at old photographs.

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-They've been looking at the book and

-want to know about their relatives.

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-I live in the village with my wife,

-Siwan and my parents live here too.

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-We've got a page each...

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-..but my family has lived here

-for 200 years at Nant Bleddyn.

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-Our son has a photograph in the book

-so he can look back at it.

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-The book is important as it's been

-a labour of love for four years...

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-..but I've enjoyed every second

-of compiling it.

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-I hope that my children and their

-children will enjoy reading it.

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-This choir has been here

-for many years...

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-..and I hope this book

-also stands the tests of time.

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-# While glorious heavens shall be #

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-Those wanting a copy will have to

-wait for the second publication...

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-..which will be available

-in the next few months.

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-Contact us for the author's details

-and you can order a copy.

0:34:420:34:46

-It's time to find out

-what's on tonight's Heno.

0:34:460:34:49

-Llinos Lee is at the helm

-for tonight's Heno.

0:34:500:34:56

-Last night, we had some technical

-difficulties with Fancy A Fortune?

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-It was my first Fancy A Fortune?

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-All the numbers were recorded

-and the problem has been fixed...

0:35:080:35:13

-..so we'll be calling one lucky

-viewer this evening.

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-Your calls were not in vain.

0:35:290:35:34

-The person we call

-could win up to 1,000.

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-The historian, Dr Elin Jones will

-be my studio guest this evening.

0:35:370:35:41

-She'll be chatting to us about her

-role as the honorary president...

0:35:410:35:45

-..for the Monmouthshire

-and District National Eisteddfod.

0:35:450:35:49

-Rhodri Davies will be live from the

-Riverfront Theatre in Newport...

0:35:490:35:53

-..for the first performance of

-The Glass Menagerie by Theatr Pena.

0:35:530:35:57

-After the break, Huw has more

-Valentine's Day inspired outfits.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

0:36:130:36:16

-We close the programme

-with more fashion with Huw Rees.

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-Today, we've got outfits that

-are suitable for Valentine's Day.

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-What have you got for us now, Huw?

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-I'm hoping that people will

-celebrate Valentine's Day.

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-We start with Sian.

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-You don't have to wear

-florals or red...

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-..to look romantic.

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-We've got pretty lace

-and some leather.

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-The jacket would make a

-wonderful gift.

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-The jacket is 69 and on the

-Star label by Julien Macdonald.

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-The jacket

-is similar to a biker jacket.

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-It's reminiscent of the 1970s.

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-There's some lovely lace

-on the blouse.

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-There's buttons around

-the back of the neck.

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-You can get some make-up

-on the neckline.

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-Wear a chiffon scarf

-over your head...

0:38:040:38:09

-..and pull the top over it.

0:38:090:38:15

-Our next model is Vicky.

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-Vicky is quite bohemian.

0:38:210:38:24

-This is all about texture.

0:38:240:38:33

-I chose Vicky's outfit from H&M...

0:38:340:38:41

-..before I'd gone into the shop...

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-..but I found a lot of other items

-and changed my mind!

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-There's some lovely lace.

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-This is a kind colour.

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-It's a soft colour that's

-sophisticated too.

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-It's reminiscent

-of the Victorian era.

0:39:140:39:23

-Wallis is making some suede shoes.

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-They were 30.

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-They are a great way to finish off

-an outfit.

0:39:460:39:51

-You won't find shoes

-that colour in many shops.

0:39:510:39:55

-There were some shoes

-on the sale too.

0:39:550:39:58

-It's a great way to save money.

0:39:580:40:01

-You can pick up some shoes

-for about 6!

0:40:010:40:05

-If you've had a great date night...

0:40:050:40:15

-..then you can wear something

-similar to Christie's outfit!

0:40:160:40:24

-This is what every perfect husband

-will have bought.

0:40:240:40:32

-Owain isn't saying anything.

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-I'm looking at her feet!

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-There's a lovely hood

-on the dressing gown.

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-There's a great cut to the

-underwear.

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-The knickers are influenced

-by the 1930s.

0:41:010:41:12

-I'm sure many women hate Christie

-at the moment.

0:41:130:41:19

-She's standing in her bra

-and knickers...

0:41:200:41:25

-..but she doesn't want anyone

-to see her feet!

0:41:260:41:30

-Take care when buying underwear for

-your partner.

0:41:310:41:34

-Tomorrow on Prynhawn Da, Gareth has

-romantic dishes for Valentine's Day.

0:41:340:41:39

-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

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Bydd Dr Ann yn agor drysau'r syrjeri a Lowri Cooke fydd yn trafod y ffilmiau sydd mewn sinemâu ar hyn o bryd. Dr Ann is in the surgery and Lowri Cooke discusses the latest films.


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