Thu, 13 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 13 Apr 2017

Bydd Huw Ffash yn trafod trends diweddara'r gwanwyn, a bydd Meleri'r milfeddyg yn rhoi cyngor ar sut i ofalu am anifeiliaid anwes. Meleri the vet will offer advice on how to loo...


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-Hello and welcome

-to Thursday's Prynhawn Da.

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-You could be excused

-for thinking it's a Friday...

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-..thanks to the Bank Holiday weekend

-that starts tonight.

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-Today, Reverend Jill Hayley Harris

-chats about helping refugees...

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-..as Swansea is a City of Sanctuary.

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-Huw looks at various types

-of embroidery today.

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-It's National Pet Month...

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-..so Meleri Tweed has tips

-on caring for various pets.

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-The photographer, Betsan Evans

-chats about working from home.

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-Dr Ann discusses

-Slapped Cheek Syndrome...

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-..which is an infection

-that causes the cheeks to redden.

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-There's an array of topics under

-the Prynhawn Da microscope.

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-Join Sian and me for all this

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-In 2010, Swansea was named Britain's

-second City of Sanctuary.

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-In the years that have followed...

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-..the plight of refugees and asylum

-seekers has become more prominent.

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-Swansea plays an important role

-in offering support...

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-..and welcoming people who have been

-forced out of their own countries.

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-Reverend Jill Hayley Harris

-is here to tell us more.

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-Welcome to the programme, Jill.

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-What is a City of Sanctuary?

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-It's a city that offers a shelter...

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-..for those refugees and asylum

-seekers...

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-..who have been forced to leave

-their homes.

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-More and more people are becoming

-refugees.

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-There's about 900 asylum seekers in

-Swansea.

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-You don't realize that....

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-..as Swansea is quite a large city.

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-The title of City of Sanctuary...

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-..is an umbrella for many other

-things.

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-These people have been forced to

-leave their homes...

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-..and families who have been left

-behind.

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-These people come to a new country.

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-It's a brand-new culture.

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-They have experienced a lot of

-horrific things.

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-The situation in Syria is getting

-worse.

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-Is Swansea able to accept more?

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-I'd like to think that we could

-accept them all!

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-There are all sorts of schemes in

-place.

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-We have language courses.

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-There are projects that teach them

-to speak publically...

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-..so that they can tell their story.

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-These are people at heart.

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-They are in need.

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-They only get a tiny amount of money

-from the government.

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-They are given an amount

-that equates to about 5 a day.

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-I don't know how many can live on

-that.

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-These people are given homes...

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-..that are not fit for other people

-to live in.

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-If these people are not accepted as

-asylum seekers...

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-..they are not given this funding.

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-These people don't have the right to

-work.

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-A lot of them are professionals.

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-They cannot work until they are

-accepted into the country.

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-Many of them become volunteers.

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-They lose their skills from not

-working.

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-It's quite inhumane.

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-Swansea is a City of Sanctuary.

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-Should there be more of these

-cities?

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-It would be ideal if we had a

-country of sanctuary.

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-That would be fantastic.

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-We take a totally different route

-now and enjoy some fashion tips.

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-What have you got for us today, Huw?

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-Today, we're looking at

-various types of embroidery.

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-Embroidery is everywhere

-at the moment.

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-In the past, you will find little

-pieces of embroidery.

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-At the moment, there's something for

-everyone and all ages.

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-We start with Emily.

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-Emily is wearing items

-from the label, Red Herring.

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-The embroidery is on the shoulders.

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-You can use the colours from the

-embroidery...

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-..to choose an accent colour.

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-This dress is great.

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-It can be worn with jeans or

-as a dress later in the summer.

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-The dress has a peasant or Artizan

-style.

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-There's also some embroidery on the

-back of the jacket.

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-This jacket would also look great

-with white jeans and a t-shirt.

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-I grabbed one jacket and someone

-thought it was very pretty.

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-She looks as if she's going to

-Wimbledon.

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-She's wearing quality products.

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-She looks like a lady that lunches.

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-This jacket isn't easy to take off.

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-The blouse is lovely.

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-It's from Marks and Spencer.

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-They are very clever to use

-embroidery on a classic shirt.

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-I've gone for a yellow to pick out

-the shade in the embroidery.

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-Don't wear too many items with

-embroidery.

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-Let's move to Hayley.

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-This is very simple look.

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-All of today's dresses are worn with

-trousers.

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-It isn't warm enough to go without!

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-There's some pretty embroidery on

-the shoulders of the shirt dress.

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-You could wear this denim dress

-for many years to come.

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-Get into the mindset of wearing

-embroidery.

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-There's a lot of bright colours on

-the high street.

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-Start with small items.

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-It gets you into the right mindset

-by the summer.

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-Embroidery is great on denim.

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-It's National Pet Month.

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-After the break, Meleri Tweed

-has tips on caring for our pets.

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-The photographer, Betsan Evans

-chats about working from home.

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-Welcome back.

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-There's no better person to offer

-advice on caring for pets...

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-..than our resident vet,

-Meleri Tweed.

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-Welcome to the programme, Meleri.

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-First, you need to choose a pet.

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-People like all sorts of animals.

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-Some people prefer dogs to cats and

-vice versa.

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-check to see if the pets suit your

-lifestyle.

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-You should think about your house...

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-..and if you have a young family.

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-Some people could have allergies.

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-Do your research before getting the

-pet.

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-Is one pet more difficult than the

-other?

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-Dogs can be quite expensive.

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-You need to have plenty of free time

-too.

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-It's important to have the right

-lifestyle for a dog.

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-Dogs can live for up to 15 years.

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-You have to think of the long-term.

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-Cats can be very independent.

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-They can suit a person who has a

-busy life.

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-You spoke about costs and you should

-opt for insurance.

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-Yes, and you should get insurance

-for all your pets.

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-There are other companies that offer

-exotic animals insurance.

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-My family has always had cats.

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-You have to think about the animal

-before you get another one.

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-Cats are often happier on their own.

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-It's important for dogs, cats and

-rabbits...

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-..to have all their vaccinations.

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-We also have to think about fleas.

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-This is important for rabbits.

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-Rabbits are happier in pairs.

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-It's important to check the sex of

-them too.

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-What about microchipping?

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-Every dog should be microchipped...

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-..and this is needed by law.

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-Cats should also be microchipped.

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-There are also smaller pets too.

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-Yes, check to see what your pet

-needs.

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-You should give them the best life

-that you can offer.

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-There's a lot of centres.

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-A lot of animals need to be rehomed.

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-They often have a lot of love to

-give.

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-Thank you, Meleri.

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-Thanks to Chip too.

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-Next, we continue with our series

-based on working from home...

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-..with Betsan Evans,

-a photography from Pontarddulais.

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-This is the centre

-for the photographs of Celf Calon.

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-Betsan Evans takes photographs

-for all sorts of events...

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-..from family portraits

-to weddings and other events.

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-She's taken many routes

-before choosing this career.

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-I studied Theatre, Art and Media

-at Trinity College...

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-..before doing a 10-dimensional

-course in interactive media...

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-..and became an artist.

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-My first job was as

-a graphic designer with Sain...

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-..before working with Antena

-on the programme, Uned 5.

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-I moved back to South Wales

-and became a freelance.

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-A friend asked me

-to take her wedding photographs.

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-At the time,

-I thought it was too much for me.

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-I'm glad I did it because it was

-lovely and I haven't looked back.

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-Taking photographs

-is an art in itself.

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-Creating an album for a customer

-is a drawn-out process...

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-..especially when you're dealing

-with a wedding.

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-Couples discuss the packages

-for their weddings.

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-We meet again to finalize

-the timings of the day.

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-Next, I take the photographs

-on their big day...

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-..before coming home to download

-the photographs before I edit them.

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-The couple are invited back

-to see the edited photographs...

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-..and decide which ones to buy.

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-I hope they invite me back to

-take photographs of their babies!

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-I've got an office upstairs

-which is my creative hub.

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-Couples who visit me will sit in my

-kitchen as it's warm and welcoming.

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-We can enjoy a cuppa and

-flick through the wedding books.

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-If anyone is thinking about

-working from home...

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-..I'd tell them

-to create a timetable...

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-..with what they want

-to achieve each day.

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-Mondays are often dull and it can be

-difficult to get motivated...

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-..so do some training and leave

-the accounts to the end of the week.

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-Yes, get organized with a timetable.

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-Her work dominates the house

-so she must find time to relax.

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-I've got to switch off and step away

-from the screen to do some cooking.

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-I enjoy cooking as you need to focus

-on what you're doing.

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-Betsan's music also helps her

-to escape from work.

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-# The past

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-# Because I love you, I love you #

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-I sing in different bands

-so often rehearse on a Wednesday...

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-..after a day

-in front of the computer.

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-I come home from rehearsals and are

-ready to be creative the next day.

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-The best thing about

-working from home...

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-..is having the freedom

-to be creative and do what I want.

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-Working in my pyjamas

-is also a good feeling sometimes!

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-We'll hear about another person

-who works from home next week.

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-Llinos Lee from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What have you got

-for us on tonight's Heno?

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-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

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-Earlier, our cameras

-were in Aberaeron...

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-..for the start

-of the new sailing season.

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-They were on the harbour at 6.00am.

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-Elin meets a farmer from

-Pencaenewydd called Dafydd Jones...

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-..who has shot to fame thanks to the

-clips of his livestock on Facebook.

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-Easter is an important festival

-in the Christian calendar.

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-Tonight, we hear of a special

-Easter service...

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-..that's held in Capel Cildwrn

-in Llangefni on Anglesey.

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-The harpist, Ieuan Jones is my guest

-and he performs in the studio.

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-After the break, Dr Ann chats about

-Slapped Cheek Syndrome.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open

-our weekly surgery with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, we're discussing a condition

-called Slapped Cheek Syndrome.

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-What is Slapped Cheek Syndrome?

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-This is a virus.

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-It's a tiny virus.

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-It's very interesting...

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-..because it can take three weeks

-to a month...

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-..before it actually appears.

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-It will start for a week...

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-..and then you'll feel alright...

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-..before the spots start to appear.

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-It is very infectious before the

-rash appears.

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-It's more common in children.

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-The redness on the cheeks will last

-for a few days...

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-..and it will move down the body.

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-It can be very dangerous if it's

-caught by a pregnant woman...

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-..as she could lose the baby.

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-It attacks the red blood cells.

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-You will need to be tested.

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-It's very rare but some mothers will

-have to give blood...

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-..to your own baby.

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-This is quite rare.

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-You could take paracetamol

-to help with the symptoms.

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-You will think that you have flu to

-start off.

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-You might think that it's rubella.

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-If you have it as a child...

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-..then you will be immune

-to the condition.

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-A lot of people will have had it.

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-A lot of children have

-Slapped Cheek Syndrome...

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-..during the months of April and

-May.

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-You could lose the redness on the

-cheeks...

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-..and return to the arms

-and other parts of the body.

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-Is there a trigger for it?

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-No, you need to be in contact with

-the strain of the virus.

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-The best thing to say is to stay at

-home and rest.

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-You should avoid contact with

-anyone.

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-I have a Slapped Cheek Syndrome

-from Sian occasionally!

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-Thank you, Dr Ann.

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-After the break, Huw is back

-with a whole host of embroidery.

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-Welcome back.

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-We close today's programme on the

-Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.

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-Today, we're looking at

-various pieces of embroidery.

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-Embroidery is everywhere.

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-You don't have to wear it.

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-There's a lot of different pieces

-out there.

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-We start with Emily.

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-I'm expecting her to break into

-song...

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-..as she looks like she could be in

-the musical, Grease!

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-A leather jacket is universal.

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-We've got some platforms too.

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-It is a wedge but there isn't a

-heel.

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-I'm told that they are easy to walk

-in them...

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-..but Emily doesn't agree.

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-You could wear this jacket with a

-pink dress.

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-Emily can take off the jacket...

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-..to reveal the jumper.

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-Let's see the sleeves.

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-It's very striking on the black.

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-You can wear it with an array

-of colours...

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-..such as white jeans or pink jeans

-or black trousers.

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-Next, we have Margaret.

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-There's a lot of embroidery on this

-dress!

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-Linen is back in the shops.

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-I get a lot of calls about linen and

-that it creases.

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-It is going to crease!

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-If there's linen in any item...

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-..then the item is going to crease.

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-This dress is lovely.

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-You wouldn't expect any less from

-Monsoon.

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-I have to applaud Monsoon for

-this...

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-..as they follow Fairtrade...

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-..and they make sure the people who

-did the embroidery...

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-..will get a fair wage.

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-This dress is so simple.

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-It doesn't need anything else.

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-It's a very busy pattern.

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-It's very traditional.

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-Can you see any embroidery on men's

-clothes?

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-There are a few shirts.

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-There was a company in the 1990s.

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-They had embroidery down the front.

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-There is something for the men but

-it isn't too prominent.

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-We close with Hayley.

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-We've got embroidery on the jeans.

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-It reminds me of the 1970s.

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-You have to choose carefully.

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-These things can look terrible if

-you wear it with the wrong colours.

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-You don't want to draw too much

-attention to the thighs.

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-I think it looks very pretty.

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-Don't wear a denim jacket with it.

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-You'll look like a 1970s throwback!

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-That's it from us today.

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-But the week isn't over for some of

-us as we're back tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-Huw Tregelles Williams discusses

-music inspired by Good Friday.

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-Dylan also samples wines.

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Bydd Huw Ffash yn trafod trends diweddara'r gwanwyn, a bydd Meleri'r milfeddyg yn rhoi cyngor ar sut i ofalu am anifeiliaid anwes. Meleri the vet will offer advice on how to look after pets.


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