Thu, 14 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 14 Jan 2016

Ar Prynhawn Da heddiw, Huw Fash fydd yma gyda'i gyngor ffasiwn arferol. Today on Prynhawn Da, Huw Fash will be here to offer fashion advice.


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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on a chilly day in Llanelli...

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-..but there's a warm welcome

-for you all for the next 50 minutes.

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-We're lucky to be joined

-by the actor, Sion Ifan.

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-He'll chat about the new S4C series

-based in the Senedd building...

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-..called Byw Celwydd.

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-Today, Huw looks at the latest

-trends that will suit everyone.

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-It's important for you to take the

-full course of your prescription.

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-Dr Ann joins us to explain more.

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-Sion Ifan has a busy day as he looks

-through the magazines for us too.

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-I'm not musical so music lessons

-as a child would have helped.

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-Kate Harri runs classes for children

-and Yvonne went to meet her.

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-Join Sian and me over the next

-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-S4C's Byw Celwydd takes viewers

-into the world of Welsh politics...

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-..and to the heart

-of the establishment in Cardiff Bay.

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-Sion Ifan stars in the series

-and he joins us now.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about the series,

-Byw Celwydd.

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-Byw Celwydd is a political drama.

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-It's based on the fictional world

-of politics...

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-..in Cardiff Bay.

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-There's a coalition government

-in this series.

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-There's a combination of government

-and journalism.

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-I play the character

-of Tom Ogwen Jones in Byw Celwydd.

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-Tom is the face of the Welsh news

-in the series.

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-This series isn't based

-on any real-life events.

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-People will see the similarities...

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-..but this series

-is more about people...

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-..and they way

-they use their political power.

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-I think the series

-is more exciting...

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-..than the real-life events

-in Cardiff Bay.

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-Each character is living a lie.

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-On Sunday,

-we'll see the third episode.

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-It reveals my secret in my life.

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-Tom is married to Lowri Ogwen Jones

-who's played by Sara Gregory...

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-..and she's a special advisor

-for the Democrats.

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-It took some time to figure

-out all of the characters.

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-I also studied Politics

-at university in Cardiff.

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-I know something about

-the background.

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-I did mention this

-when I did my audition!

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-I know a lot of the other actors...

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-..didn't know a lot

-about the political world.

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-Have any politicians

-responded to the series?

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-Last year, we launched the series...

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-..and the first episode

-was shown in the Senedd building...

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-..in Cardiff Bay.

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-A lot of people who worked

-in the Senedd were at the launch.

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-There were a few people

-laughing in unexpected places.

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-People also discuss

-the programme on Twitter.

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-I think it's important that

-we show the National Assembly...

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-..in the series.

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-Did you film anywhere

-in the Senedd?

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-We could film everywhere

-in the Senedd building...

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-..apart from the hallowed ground

-of the Chamber.

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-The Senedd building is amazing.

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-It's such an impressive building.

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-It's a character in itself

-in the series.

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-It's also a building

-that's open to the public.

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-There's a great shop there too.

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-I would advise people to go there.

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-Would you go back into politics?

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-I'm too honest to work

-in the political world.

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-Are there similarities

-to other series?

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-The series is inspired by a

-political drama from Denmark.

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-I think people will compare it with

-that programme.

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-Byw Celwydd is also being shown

-in England...

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-..with on-screen subtitles.

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-There might be another series.

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-People are in talks

-for a second series.

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-Sion returns later with his guide to

-the stories in the latest magazines.

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-Whilst we join Huw, here's a clip

-of the next episode of Byw Celwydd.

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-Doesn't that go against the basic

-principles of the Democrats?

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-At this stage, the coalition

-is looking at a number of options.

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-That's what you say but you're ready

-to support the Prime Minister.

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-No, not at all.

-This party hasn't made any promises.

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-I'll make a statement

-when we've reached a decision.

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-Where did that question come from?

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-You're being totally misled,

-so a word to the wise.

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-Check your sources

-before opening your mouth.

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-That was a preview of Sunday night's

-Byw Celwydd that airs at 9.00pm.

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-You can watch previous episodes

-online.

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-It's time for some fashion advice

-with Huw Rees.

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-We've already seen on Prynhawn Da

-that monochrome is big this year...

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-..but what are the other trends

-for the season, Huw?

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-It's an exciting time

-of year for me.

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-I like to see all the new trends.

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-I have to look back at the trends

-from the catwalk from last year...

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-..and see them on the high street.

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-We start with Christine.

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-Stripes are a big thing this season.

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-Many collections

-have got garments with stripes.

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-It's teamed with a quilted coat.

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-It's got zips on the sleeves too.

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-We can see the dress

-in all its glory.

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-You can wear that dress

-in the summer.

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-The cuffs have some zips too.

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-The zip is another trend too.

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-Take care with

-the length of your skirts.

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-I wouldn't take this dress

-any shorter...

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-..for someone of Chris' age.

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-You can wear it

-with 200 denier tights.

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-It looks fantastic on Chris.

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-Our next model is Vicky.

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-We've got denim next week.

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-Denim is back in all its glory too.

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-There's always denim in the stores.

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-Denim is a great way

-to sell clothes.

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-You can buy a denim dress

-from any shop on the high street.

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-They are found in Marks and Spencer,

-Monsoon and River Island.

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-Last year, the Wild West

-was a key theme...

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-..on the catwalks.

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-Shawls are great too.

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-There's a belt around the dress.

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-I'd like to add a leather belt

-to the dress.

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-You should look for a dark belt.

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-You want to wear this dress

-with thick tights and boots...

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-..for the winter.

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-This dress could be worn

-in the summer with sandals.

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-The boots are at the sale price

-of 26.70 in Monsoon.

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-I got rid of my denim dress.

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-It had been in my wardrobe

-for years.

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-Hayley is our final model.

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-Leather is another big theme.

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-I can't believe

-that it's still going.

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-This jacket is inspired

-by the 1980s...

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-..with the studs.

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-You don't want to spend a fortune

-on a leather jacket...

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-..that will go out of fashion.

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-It's teamed with a lovely dress.

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-We've had stripes,

-denim and leather.

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-There's more later.

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-Dr Ann joins us after the break...

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-..to discuss the obligations of

-not taking your full prescription.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's also a warm welcome to Dr Ann.

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-There's a new campaign afoot

-to encourage people...

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-..to take their full course

-of tablets on their prescriptions...

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-..and to follow the guidelines

-on their prescriptions.

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-It's a massive problem.

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-Some 50% of people

-don't take the tablets...

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-..by following their guidelines.

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-It's a massive waste of money.

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-We're talking about

-long-term illnesses.

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-By not taking the medication...

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-..they you will cause

-more problems in your health.

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-Some people may not understand...

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-..about the medication

-that they should be taking.

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-Some people may not

-take their tablets...

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-..because they cannot open

-the packaging.

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-There are people

-who don't take tablets...

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-..because they think

-they make them feel worse.

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-There are two types of asthma pumps.

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-Some people don't use them at all

-or enough.

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-There's also issues with diabetes.

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-Some 80% of people don't take

-their medication for blood pressure.

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-I don't know why people

-won't take their tablets.

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-They don't like

-to take medication...

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-..if they are feeling healthy.

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-Some people will open

-their capsules...

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-..to ingest their tablets.

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-This is very dangerous.

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-It could burn the lining

-of your throat.

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-A family doctor

-needs to explain the reasons...

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-..for taking their medication.

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-Some people can get confused

-about all the medication...

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-..that they need to take.

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-Nurses, doctors and pharmacists

-can give you tablets.

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-It's important to ask

-about the best time...

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-..for you to take your tablets.

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-It's important to explain things

-to the patient.

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-A lot of patients don't remember...

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-..what the doctor has told them

-during an appointment.

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-Sometimes, it's best to have

-a relative with you...

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-..when you're at an appointment.

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-Are you able to double up on your

-tablets if you don't take them?

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-It can be very dangerous if you take

-a double dose of your tablets...

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-..if you have forgotten

-to take a tablet.

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-I moved house last year.

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-It's amazing the amount

-of medication that I found.

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-You can take them

-to the pharmacists...

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-..and they can get rid of them

-for you.

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-My mother is in her nineties and

-takes tablets that are very small.

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-Yes, some of the tablets

-are very small.

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-They can be very difficult

-for the elderly to see.

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-It's important to go through

-your tablets...

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-..with your doctor,

-a health visitor or a relative.

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-The tablets only work

-if you take them!

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-A lot of people don't take

-the full course of antibiotics...

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-..and this could

-make the problem worse.

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-Nobody likes taking tablets.

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-However, it's best to take them

-if they have been prescribed.

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-Statins can save a lot of deaths

-and treatments.

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-It's a massive problem and people

-should take their medication.

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-After the break, Sion Ifan returns

-with the stories from the magazines.

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-We also meet a lady who left opera

-to teach the singers of the future.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Sion has joined us

-back in the studio.

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-You've had a bit of time...

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-..to thumb your way

-through the pages of the magazines.

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-We start with an article

-about punk music in Wales.

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-Rhys Mwyn

-has penned an article in Barn.

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-The article is about

-the tradition of Welsh punk music.

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-It's an interesting article.

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-We think of punk as something

-that isn't Welsh.

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-Rhys mentions about his background

-with the band, Anhrefn.

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-He also mentions the people

-in the South Wales Valleys...

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-..who would come together

-and dress as punks.

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-He meets these original punks.

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-Mark Taylor is one of them

-and he comes from Cardiff.

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-They grew up with Roxy Music

-and David Bowie.

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-He also mentioned

-the Sex Pistols gig in Caerphilly.

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-There were protests outside

-of the gig too.

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-I recall the punk era.

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-People were afraid of them.

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-They had mad hair

-and wore safety pins.

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-They were everywhere.

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-I don't recall this era.

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-It was interesting see how the

-Welsh got caught up in this craze.

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-New Scientist features an article

-linking climate change with floods.

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-It mentions an Oxford lecturer.

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-She tried to find out the link

-between the rough weather...

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-..and climate change.

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-She mentions the terrible weather

-that we've experienced.

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-She claims it's difficult to connect

-both climate change...

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-..and flooding around the globe.

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-It's scary when you think about

-the situation.

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-There's more water on this planet

-due to climate change.

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-She says that

-there isn't a direct link.

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-It's a 40% chance of it being

-linked to climate change.

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-Floods are more common these days.

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-An article in GQ magazine

-focuses on vertical limits.

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-Many people run on flat terrain.

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-I've joined a running club recently.

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-There's article on Thomas Dowl.

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-He runs up buildings.

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-It's quite a feat to do.

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-He races to the top

-of these towering buildings.

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-He's run up

-the Empire State Building.

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-He's run up the business centre

-in Hong Kong.

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-He also ran the world summit wing

-in Beijing.

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-Thank you, Sion.

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-As a singer, Kate Harri

-recognized the importance...

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-..of introducing children to music

-at a young age.

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-She's recently started a business

-that does just that.

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-Yvonne went to meet her.

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-I was a professional opera singer

-after leaving the Royal Academy.

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-I'm back in Cardiff and

-have had a change of direction...

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-..because I'm running classes

-for Tempo Tots Cymru.

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-Why did you and your brother, Niall

-establish Tempo Tots Cymru?

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-I took my daughter, Beca to Tempo

-Tots when I lived in Twickenham.

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-It was wonderful to meet other

-families and like-minded people.

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-The classes were run by professional

-singers so they were incredible.

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-When we returned to Penarth, I got

-the chance to open a group in Wales.

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-I've been fortunate to be a member

-of Only Men Aloud for six years.

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-It's completely different

-to what I do with Only Men Aloud.

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-I love the Tempo Tots Cymru sessions

-and singing and playing the piano.

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-We do everything

-in front of the children.

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-It's powerful

-and helps with physical development.

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-The sense of rhythm and balance

-helps children to speak and move...

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-..and we hope it's a lot of fun too.

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-Today, we're singing about

-wild animals with puppets and props.

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-The children

-can also play instruments.

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-There's bubbles and sensory play

-before we sing goodbye.

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-# Sleep sweetly

-on your mother's breast #

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-What has the response been like?

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-It's been wonderful

-and we're delighted.

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-The parents are very supportive

-and friendly...

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-..and take part in the activities

-which is a great help.

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-For a lot of the babies and toddlers

-that come to Tempo Tots Cymru...

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-..it's the first experience

-they have to music.

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-I'm a believer that the younger age

-that can happen, the better.

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-Not everyone will grow up to be

-a famous singer or musician...

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-..but that exposure to music

-at a young age is important.

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-It was wonderful and you could see

-the delight in their faces.

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-It helps children to develop

-emotionally and musically...

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-..and in every aspect

-of their little lives.

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-What's your aim

-for Tempo Tots Cymru?

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-We're currently in Penarth but will

-move to Cardiff in the coming year.

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-We can't wait to meet new families

-and have lots of fun with them.

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-I certainly would have benefitted

-from singing lessons.

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-Mari has a beautiful voice...

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-..so I suspect you had

-singing lessons in the past, Mari.

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-What delights have you got

-for us on tonight's Heno, Mari?

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-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

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-It'll be eyes down for a full house.

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-Elin is at the Empire Bingo club

-in Caernarfon...

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-..to learn about

-the popularity of the game, Bingo.

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-We also hear about a community bingo

-event in Llanllwni.

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-I know that Owain

-has been very active recently.

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-Tonight, I meet one of the best

-squash players in Wales...

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-..who challenges me for match

-on the court.

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-My studio guest is the journalist,

-Sian Morgan Lloyd.

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-Sian has been working

-in the media...

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-..and challenging the powers that be

-for ten years.

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-After the break, there's more

-fashion for the season with Huw.

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-Welcome back.

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-We close today's programme

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk...

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-..and more of the latest trends

-of the season with Huw.

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-Earlier, we saw stripes,

-leather and denim.

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-We've got three more

-of the latest trends.

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-There's a pattern with us here.

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-We start with Christine.

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-This is a multi-print.

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-It looks like patchwork.

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-There's something striking about it.

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-You can add some leather

-to the accessories.

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-There are many

-of these prints around.

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-There are also floral patterns

-in the shops.

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-There's something for everyone.

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-Christine's is dressed in garments

-from Next.

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-Next keep up-to-date

-with their prints.

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-The wedges look fantastic

-with this dress.

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-It's resonant of the 1970s.

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-I had a pair of these at school.

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-I no longer have them!

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-There's a vintage look with this.

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-It's great to see the wedges now.

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-These are comfortable.

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-They aren't your uncomfortable

-spikey heels.

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-I'll most probably buy

-another pair of wedges!

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-Vicky is our next model.

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-This is meant to be a leopard print.

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-Not many people

-can carry off leopard print.

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-The pattern can look busy.

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-The pattern runs into each other.

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-The dress is 55 from

-the Star label by Julien Macdonald.

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-Julien Macdonald likes his prints.

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-You don't have to pay too much

-for his clothes in Debenhams.

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-There's a long belt on this outfit

-that you have to tie.

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-Vicky will pull open the belt.

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-You can also match it with

-a lovely Jasper Conran handbag.

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-We move on to the chocolate coloured

-boots.

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-They look great.

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-We end with Hayley.

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-Lace is still popular.

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-Light coloured lace

-will be popular in the summer.

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-Wear a lace blouse that you have or

-look for a lace item in the shops.

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-In Wallis, there's 30% off

-some of the collections.

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-We also have the shoes that are

-comfortable.

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow

-at the usual time of 2.00pm.

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-There's the Gossip Girls

-and films with Lowri Cooke.

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-Matthew's in the kitchen

-and we have our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-Fy Nhad y Swltan follows the news

-and weather on S4C at 3.00pm.

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-It's the story of Keith Williams

-from Penygroes near Ammanford...

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-..and his search

-for his birth parents.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a

-very good afternoon to you all.

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Ar Prynhawn Da heddiw, Huw Fash fydd yma gyda'i gyngor ffasiwn arferol. Today on Prynhawn Da, Huw Fash will be here to offer fashion advice.


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