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Thu, 11 May 2017

Bydd Dr Ann yn trafod iechyd meddwl a bydd Siwan Jobbins yn cynnig cyngor adolygu. Dr Ann discusses mental health and Siwan Jobbins offers revision advice.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-We're live from Llanelli

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-It's Mental Health Awareness Week

-and today, we look at bipolar.

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-Dr Ann and Gwen Goddard

-will be chatting to us shortly.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-There's a French feel to today's

-fashion and Huw tells us more later.

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-We venture to Whitchurch

-to learn more about its Welsh shop.

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-If you have any family members

-sitting their GCSEs...

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-..there's some much-needed advice

-for you from Siwan Jobbins.

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-We hear about Jig-So, a drama by

-a director and writer from Rhondda.

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-You can expect all this before

-3.00pm on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-This week, we've spoken to those

-suffering with mental health issues.

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-Today, we're joined by Gwen Goddard

-who suffers with bipolar disorder...

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-..and now works

-for the Training in Mind scheme.

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-We're also joined by Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Where did it all start for you,

-Gwen?

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-I'd always thought that I'd suffered

-from depression.

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-The doctor diagnosed me

-with depression when I was 18.

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-Something wasn't right in the years

-that followed.

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-It was in about 2011 that I realized

-that I didn't have depression...

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-..and was diagnosed

-with bipolar disorder.

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-I usually experience times of

-depression during the winter months.

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-Many have said that I appear to be

-on a high during the summer.

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-How do you feel when you go through

-these highs and lows?

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-It's horrible!

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-The highs can be very dangerous.

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-It can force you to spend money

-that you don't have.

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-It's what people normally do!

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-Can you explain the condition?

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-I can't say a lot more than what

-Gwen has said.

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-You could have four episodes

-in a year.

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-You could be depressed

-for a matter of days...

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-..or even months.

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-I did have a lot of credit cards.

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-Gwen tends to isolate herself.

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-Her friends realize

-that something is wrong.

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-When she's on a high...

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-..she will not notice it.

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-You could feel

-like ending your life.

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-I've felt like that many times.

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-I don't know how I'm still here.

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-It's all about extremes.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-You don't have any energy when

-you're low...

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-..but have a lot of energy

-when you're on a high.

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-How do you deal with it?

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-I tend to notice when I'm heading

-for one of the lows.

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-I stop socializing.

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-When I'm on a high...

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-..I just tell people

-that I'm hapypy.

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-You said your friends

-are very important.

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-Yes, they spot the symptoms.

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-They know me.

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-I know myself and

-I know the illness.

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-It's best for me to work through it.

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-If I don't have anything to do...

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-..then I don't have anywhere to

-channel my energy.

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-You work in the field.

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-I run Youth or Adult Mental Health

-First Aid courses.

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-We plan to run courses over the next

-18 months.

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-It's important to have more staff

-in schools...

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-..that are trained

-to deal with mental health issues.

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-There's also courses

-for young people...

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-..and those in youth clubs.

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-You also write blogs.

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-I do write blogs too.

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-I think it's more important to raise

-awareness of the issue.

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-As a youngster,

-I knew nothing about mental health.

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-It's all about training.

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-People need to talk

-about this issue.

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-Everyone always says that

-they feel fine...

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-..but this isn't always the case.

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-The more you speak about things,

-do you feel better about it?

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-I love my job.

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-It means I get to share my story.

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-People approach me and

-share their stories with me.

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-S4C is running programmes...

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-..about Mental Health Awareness

-Week.

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-There's been a programme

-about my family too.

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-I want to add that you might need

-medication...

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-..for bipolar disorder.

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-I'd like to mention a special blog

-at this year's National Eisteddfod.

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-Details will be revealed

-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-There's a special competition.

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-It's for primary school children and

-those in secondary schools.

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-They will be asked to make a little

-video about an illness.

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-It can be about anything.

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-Thank you for joining us

-and sharing your story.

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-What do you have for us on the

-catwalk after the break, Huw?

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-Bonjour! Today, I've been

-inspired by Brigitte Macron...

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-..the wife of the new president

-of France.

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-We also travel to Whitchurch to

-visit its Welsh shop, Siop y Felin.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Over the weekend, Emmanuel Macron

-was elected as the French president.

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-He isn't the only person

-to steal the headlines.

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-Huw Rees has joined us now.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What do you have for us?

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-Today, I'm going to be looking

-at French-inspired garments.

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-She's grabbed the headlines.

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-She's been covered by the newspapers

-because of her age.

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-They met when he was in her teens.

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-She's much older than him.

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-However, we didn't bat an eyelid

-when Donald Trump was elected.

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-Brigitte Macron is a stylish woman

-who's going to influence fashion.

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-She always wears navy and

-interesting tailored jackets.

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-She's slim so she can get away

-with these styles.

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-Sian is our first model.

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-There's a trench coat influence

-to this look.

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-She wears lots of sleeveless

-princess line dresses.

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-However, not many women over 60

-will be comfortable with their arms.

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-However, Brigitte Macron keeps fit

-and she likes to show off her body.

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-I've looked at lots

-of images of her.

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-She recycles her outfits.

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-She wears lots of scarves and

-her trench coat.

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-Before being in this role, she used

-to have to buy her own clothes.

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-Now, the designers

-will want to dress her.

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-The opposite happened

-to the First Lady in America.

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-These are stylish clothes

-without much fuss.

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-It's typically French.

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-You should invest in your wardrobe.

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-You need a quality tailored jacket.

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-Tailored trousers

-are also a wardrobe staple.

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-The French invest more money

-in single items.

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-It can be much better to buy

-expensive clothes as they last.

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-They consider the pound per wear

-for their items.

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-Nia looks tres chic in this outfit.

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-Brigitte Macron

-always wears sunglasses.

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-If you Google her name,

-you'll see her wearing sunglasses.

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-Christine is wearing

-a military style jacket.

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-Brigitte Macron likes to wear

-statement buttons.

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-These are attention

-grabbing buttons.

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-The jacket is by Star by

-Julien Macdonald and costs 39.50.

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-The jacket is currently half price.

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-She likes to wear high-neck blouses.

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-She likes to show off her arms as

-opposed to her decolletage.

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-She always has stylish shoes too.

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-Jackie O

-had a distinctive style too.

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-We've seen lots of ladies in

-authority who dress up to the press.

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-However, Brigitte Macron

-has her own style.

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-She doesn't have a stylist.

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-I'm a fan of her fashion.

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-Over the coming weeks, we'll visit

-many shops selling Welsh produce.

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-Contact us if you'd like us

-to visit you.

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-Daf Wyn kick starts the series

-in Cardiff.

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-Those familiar with Whitchurch

-in Cardiff may know Siop y Felin.

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-The shop has a new look

-and new owners.

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-The shop opened in 1995 but has had

-a new boss since January.

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-I've been coming to the shop

-for many years with my children...

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-..and always said that I would love

-to run Siop y Felin.

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-Over the summer, I heard that

-Mary was retiring and selling up.

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-My husband told me to go for it.

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-It was a big decision to make but

-I wanted this fantastic business.

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-I used to work

-at Ysgol Gymraeg Melin Gruffydd.

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-One teacher had lost his wife and

-we needed Welsh sympathy cards...

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-..but we could only get them

-in the city centre.

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-Two of us went - one parked whilst

-the other ran in to buy the cards.

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-That was then I realized

-that we needed something local.

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-A few months later,

-I opened the shop.

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-The area has a wonderful community.

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-The shop is great and is a

-wonderful place to buy Welsh items.

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-I love buying Welsh books

-for my nine-month-old daughter.

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-I live locally and remember when

-the shop opened and filled a void.

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-Welsh bookshops are centres

-that enable you to meet new people.

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-In the city, you don't know

-many people who speak Welsh.

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-In a shop like this, you realize

-that other people do speak Welsh.

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-I find that this is another service

-offered by the Welsh bookshops.

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-The shop has customers from all over

-Cardiff and into the Valleys.

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-This is a community and customers

-want us to add a coffee shop...

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-..for them to meet with friends

-and have a natter.

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-Four months in and the customers are

-happy that Beth took over the shop.

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-Beth is very friendly and

-I always spend a lot when I come in.

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-I'm pleased that Beth has the shop

-as she used to work in a school.

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-She can bring in new customers

-who didn't come here previously.

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-Mary did a great job of establishing

-the shop as a strong business.

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-This is more than just a shop and

-the community has been supportive.

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-There's so much choice

-at Siop Y Felin...

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-..so I had to buy a few cards

-and books before leaving.

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-It looks like a wonderful shop.

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-We have a quick announcement

-for you.

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-There's a coffee morning...

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-..at Capel Newydd vestry

-in Llandeilo from 10.30am.

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-All proceeds go towards

-Talking Books Wales.

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-Viewers of last night's Heno...

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-..will have seen Aneirin Karadog

-set a limerick challenge...

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-..to celebrate National Limerick Day

-on Friday.

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-The limerick needs

-to include the line...

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-"Making a fortune takes my fancy..."

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-Contact us with your entries

-and we look forward to reading them.

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-After the break...

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-..we have revision advice for

-those in the midst of their exams.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-In a moment, we hear about

-a new production about the Rhondda.

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-Huw returns with more

-French-inspired fashion

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-Stay tuned for all this and more.

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-The GCSE exams started this week.

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-Siwan Jobbins has joined us

-to give us her handy revision tips.

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-Thank you.

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-How are the stress levels

-in your home?

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-The stress levels are fine

-at the moment.

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-However, I think they will rise.

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-Where do we start?

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-The first website is great

-for helping with revision.

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-This website is great for creating

-revision flashcards...

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-..www.quizlet.com/181224939/

-flashcards

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-These help you

-to create revision cards.

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-Other people

-have made the revision cards.

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-You can work with friends

-to make your own.

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-You could use a certain subject

-and module.

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-If six of you work together,

-you can share the links.

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-It can cause some competition.

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-It can be a lot of work

-to prepare for the revision...

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-..without starting the revision.

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-My sons use a lot of group chats

-online.

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-If you have a question,

-you tend to ask friends for help...

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-..and these flashcards are great.

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-There are science exams next week.

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-The curriculum is new.

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-Some of the things you'll find

-are helpful...

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-..but they've launched new websites

-to help with revision.

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-BBC Bitesize have a website to help

-with Welsh physics revision...

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-..www.bbc.co.uk/education/

-subjects/zqmfk2p

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-You'll find some physics films

-on the BBC Bitesize website.

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-Unit one of GCSE studies

-is electricity.

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-This is a great way of revising.

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-The videos show the electricity

-generation, at home, using energy...

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-..characteristics of waves,

-seismic waves and electromagnetism.

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-If you want to look at respiration,

-you can type it...

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-..in the search engine

-and it will find it for you.

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-Adolygu - Revision

-is a good app by Galatic.

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-It looks over the new curriculum.

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-It will send you to what subject

-you need to work a bit more on.

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-The app is available on iTunes

-and Android.

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-It helps you to remember

-scientific terms.

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-Y Termiadur also have an app.

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-I use the book.

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-A lot of parents and grandparents

-will not have done this in Welsh.

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-When the children come home

-and ask you for help...

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-..it can be difficult.

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-There are terms in this book

-for every subject.

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-It comes in Welsh to English

-and vice versa.

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-You can either spend the money

-on the book...

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-..or you can use the free app.

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-If you search for compile...

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-..it will explain it for you.

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-The app is free on iTunes

-and Android devices.

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-Termiadur is a dictionary.

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-The website addresses will take you

-straight to the website.

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-If you need any help, contact us.

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-Good luck to you as a mother.

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-You have a lot of hard work

-ahead of you.

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-Thank you, Siwan.

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-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da, the

-Gossip Girls will air their views.

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-What's your opinion?

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-It's a fantastic way to meet people.

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-It's a fantastic way to meet people.

-

-They looked a total mess.

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-I don't want anyone

-going through my drawers.

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-It shows respect.

-It shows desperation.

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-Everyone's child is blameless

-but Johnny isn't as perfect.

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-We need America.

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-Trump is psychopathic.

-I hate him.

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-If we have Brexit, we need America.

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-Let's move on quickly.

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-I don't have a problem with Playboy.

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-People can see all kinds

-of images online.

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-Sales would drop if they had

-a photograph of me naked.

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-You only get this

-with our Gossip Girls.

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-We're always excited to see them.

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-Today, we've been looking

-at the style of Brigette Macron.

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-Tomorrow, it's apt that we discuss

-age differences in relationships...

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-..as Brigitte Macron is over

-20 years older than her husband.

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-Does it really matter?

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-Contact us if you have an opinion

-as we'd love to hear from you.

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-Call us on 01554 880 880.

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-Email your opinions to

-prynhawnda@tinopolis.com

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-We look forward to hearing from you.

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-After the break, we look at the new

-show based on a Rhondda family.

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-Huw returns with more

-French-inspired fashion.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

0:29:340:29:35

-Llinos Lee from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-We've got another jam-packed

-Carmarthen Bay Film Festival...

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-..and we look forward to the

-Champions League final in Cardiff.

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-Daf Wyn prepares for the Champions

-League...

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-..and looks meets those who will

-be at the game.

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-Ronaldo will be there at the final.

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-We take a look at the latest

-production by Theatr Bara Caws.

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-Tonight, Pontyberem boxer,

-Zac Davies is in the studio...

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-..to tell us more about the fight

-he faces this weekend.

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-The fight takes place

-I can't wait to meet him tonight.

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-You've been extremely busy, Llinos.

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-Yes, I recently visited a

-talented writer and presenter...

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-..called Lloyd Macey.

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-Lloyd has written and is directing

-his own drama called Jig-so.

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-Let's hear more about it.

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-The Gate Arts Centre

-in Roath in Cardiff...

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-..is home to the campus of

-the BA in performing arts course.

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-I'm meeting the student,

-Lloyd Macey...

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-..who is busy rehearsing

-for his own drama, Jig-so.

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-All we do in the house

-is live one day at a time.

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-It's very emotional and nobody

-knows how to behave or what to say.

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-I wrote the drama as part of my

-course and it's very personal.

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-I wanted something about

-a loving family from the Valleys.

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-In this day and age,

-I think that people feel restricted.

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-They don't talk about their problems

-but hide them.

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-I wrote something bilingual.

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-It shows how a massive event forces

-the family to talk to each other.

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-I'm not thick and I know everyone

-wants to talk but don't do it.

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-My phone bill was 400 quid

-last month.

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-It's not as if Mam and Dad

-have anything to worry about.

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-It reflects the Valleys and that's

-why I chose to use both languages.

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-Many families have members who speak

-English and others speak Welsh.

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-It shows that every member of

-the family has their own jigsaw...

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-..but the bigger picture shows

-that the jigsaws don't fit together.

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-What about the cast?

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-I'm so lucky to have

-such a fantastic cast.

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-There's Shelley Rees-Owen,

-Jacob Oakley, Boyd Clarke...

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-..Kate Griffiths and Danny Grehan.

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-They've all been at the rehearsals

-and I've listened to them.

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-They are fantastic and I'm made up!

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-How did you get involved

-in all this, Shelley?

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-I had a call from Lloyd in January

-as I know him and his family.

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-He told me that this project

-was part of his course...

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-..and he asked if I could help him

-with this personal project.

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-I agreed straight away

-because this is great for him...

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-..and wonderful for me to work with

-the talent of the future.

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-Lloyd has been very ambitious and

-brave with this personal project.

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-I want to do my best for him because

-he's being examined on the piece.

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-Everyone is giving their all

-because he's worked hard...

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-..and believes in this project

-and sees that it has a future.

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-Lloyd has a bright future

-as a performer and writer.

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-I've got to be positive.

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-There's a voice in the back

-of my head telling me it'll be OK.

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-When is the performance?

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-It's on Friday at 7.30pm

-in the Old Library in Cardiff.

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-How are you feeling about the night?

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-I'm excited and hope to sit back

-and enjoy the drama on Friday.

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-Good luck to the crew.

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-Lloyd is a great singer too.

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-We're going to close the programme

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.

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-Welcome back, Huw.

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-Thank you.

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-Remind us of our theme for today.

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-We continue with the

-French-inspired garments.

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-This is thanks to all the footage

-of Brigitte Macron...

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-..the wife of the new president

-of France.

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-I hope you've heard good things

-about me too!

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-Today, we're looking at the style of

-Brigitte Macron.

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-Our three models

-look a little bit like her.

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-I would love to shop at the stores

-where she goes shopping.

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-However, we don't have the budget.

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-You can mix and match investment

-pieces in your wardrobe.

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-Sian is wearing an outfit from Next.

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-It's a great shop

-to buy tailored items.

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-They started out by selling

-workwear, office and businesswear.

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-They were great quality with

-a little stretch in them too.

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-Next is often judged for not being

-modern enough.

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-However, they know their market.

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-This is a machine washable jacket.

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-It's double breasted

-and the stripe works well.

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-If you're a pear shape...

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-..be careful where the stripe

-hits you on the body.

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-This is a stylish garment but it

-isn't very memorable.

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-I've only found one photograph

-of Brigitte Macron in cream.

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-This look works very well.

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-The jacket would work well with all

-the other outfits too.

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-This isn't a suit.

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-Nia's outfit comes from H&M.

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-The jacket costs 29.99

-and the dress costs 34.99.

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-The bag costs 34.99

-and the shoes cost 17.99.

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-The prices are very reasonable.

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-However, you need to be careful

-with the materials.

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-They often crease

-as they follow fast fashion.

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-They often cut back on the quality

-of their fabrics.

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-This is an expensive looking outfit.

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-This is an expensive looking outfit.

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-If you take good care of your cheap

-clothes, they will last.

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-You should place suit covers over

-your favourite garments.

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-Choose padded hangers too.

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-The dress could be wrapped in tissue

-paper to keep it pristine.

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-Christine is next.

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-Brigitte Macron recycles her clothes

-time after time.

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-Before this week,

-she was an ordinary woman.

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-She works full time,

-has a home to run...

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-..and she's a grandmother to seven.

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-The scarf was seen in our first

-fashion slot.

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-French women invest

-in good quality items.

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-They often spend over 200

-on a jacket.

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-The quality of the jacket

-will make it last.

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-The T-shirt only cost 6.

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-The trousers match the jacket.

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-The scarf makes a statement.

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-It adds colour.

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-They also hide the neck.

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-We'll be hearing much more about

-Brigitte Macron in the future.

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-Thank you, Huw.

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-That's all we have time for today.

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-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da,

-we have this...

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-You could win around 100 in Mwy Neu

-Lai and the lines open at 2.00pm.

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-We hear about a new show written

-for Mental Health Awareness Week.

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-Our Gossip Girls

-will also be in the studio.

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-Helwyr Planhigion

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

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-We hope you enjoy

-the rest of your day.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Bydd Dr Ann yn trafod iechyd meddwl a bydd Siwan Jobbins yn cynnig cyngor adolygu. Dr Ann discusses mental health and Siwan Jobbins offers revision advice.