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-Hello and welcome to your
-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.
-We've got another jam-packed
-programme for you today.
-Yes, and it starts on the catwalk
-What have you got for us today?
-We've got an array of statement
-pieces for various occasions.
-People often look for
-an entire outfit...
-..but today, we've got just
-the statement pieces.
-This is what else
-we have for you today.
-visits Mwnt in Ceredigion...
-..to view an incredible shed
-that is a brand-new business.
-The musician and broadcaster,
-Alwyn Humphreys joins us...
-..to chat about his many concerts
-in the lead up to Christmas.
-Tomorrow is World Prematurity Day...
-..so we hear about Llewelyn who
-was just over 1lb when he was born.
-World Prematurity Day is also our
-topic in the surgery with Dr Ann.
-This affects one in every
-ten children in the world.
-Join Owain and me over the next
-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme on the
-Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.
-Today, you're looking
-at statement pieces.
-Hayley isn't wearing
-this garment by accident.
-I've been wanting to include
-this jacket for many weeks.
-It always catches my eye when
-I've been to Marks and Spencer.
-This jacket makes
-a real statement...
-..but there's also
-a matching bag and skirt...
-..but it's too matchy-matchy!
-It's a very striking
-and dramatic jacket.
-People will remember this item...
-..so a lot of people will know
-if you're wearing it a lot!
-There's also a polo neck jumper.
-It's only 17.50.
-This is great.
-It's a real staple.
-This skirt was worn by Bethan Mair
-on yesterday's Prynhawn Da.
-It feels like leather.
-It's quite an odd feeling
-when you wear it.
-This is the best shaped skirt in
-the history of Marks and Spencer.
-We've seen it all sorts of fabrics.
-It's very stylish.
-You can change the colours
-to match the jacket.
-Christine is our next model.
-I hope you will spot
-the statement piece.
-It's the floral skirt.
-You can get floral skirts
-..in the build up to Christmas.
-I was told by the manager...
-..that this skirt should be worn
-with nude colours.
-I think that's a real cop out!
-I'll never wear my nude shoes again.
-You can wear this out at night.
-A lady in the shop said that
-I knew better than the manager!
-People are wearing all sorts
-of fabrics during the day...
-..and don't keep them
-for the evening.
-Marks and Spencer
-has a pyjama jacket...
-..so it's very fashionable.
-Our final model is Hannah.
-we have a statement skirt.
-The jacket could also be
-a statement piece.
-I didn't want satin or velvet
-with this skirt.
-You could wear this skirt
-We went to River Island
-to get Hannah's outfit.
-The jacket is 68.
-This colour is great for the autumn.
-A bright colour is ideal
-for a dull day.
-You could wear it
-to the Wales rugby matches!
-The skirt is 48.
-It's full of sequins.
-I remember the sequin dresses
-from a few years ago...
-..that were over 800!
-You don't have to opt for a
-special dress for a Christmas party.
-You can wear this skirt
-with all sorts of things.
-Some businesses can start by chance.
-This was true for Dyfed Symmons
-and Christine Linfoot-Symmons.
-Their wedding day was the platform
-for launching a brand new venture.
-Catrin Reynolds has the story.
-Mwnt is a hidden cove
-on the coast of Ceredigion.
-It's famous for its stunning views
-and a great place to spot dolphins.
-There's also its ancient church.
-One site near the beach is earning
-a reputation as a must-see.
-It's just over there
-and called The Shed.
-There's an interesting story
-behind this brand-new venture.
-This is a shed to host weddings,
-parties or whatever you want.
-How did it all start?
-I was getting married and am not
-a fan of weddings in hotels...
-..so we chose the shed!
-In April, it was still home to
-my father-in-law's sheep and cattle.
-We asked the cattle nicely
-to vacate the spot.
-They left in April so that
-I could come in with the concrete.
-It was quite an undertaking
-but it kept me out of mischief.
-I built the bar and benches.
-I didn't like zinc sheets on the
-walls so covered them in plywood...
-..and built a stage
-for the band and DJ.
-People were expecting the wedding
-to be in a cold shed...
-..but it was a real eye-opener
-for them all when they arrived.
-Dyfed was exceptionally busy but his
-wife, Christine kept him in check.
-It was lovely to have such nice
-comments from our wedding guests.
-They thought we should keep it
-and do some events over the summer.
-We didn't realize it would be such
-a busy summer and it was brilliant.
-It hasn't lost its character
-but suits its surroundings.
-Yes, we've kept it as rustic
-..and in-keeping with Mwnt and the
-There's even a sheep feeding rack
-around our exterior fire...
-..so everything is how it should be.
-What has the response been like
-from the locals and holiday makers?
-I think they expect a cattle shed as
-opposed to what we've created here.
-Whether you have a wedding, a party,
-a Noson Lawen or pizza night...
-..this latest attraction in Mwnt
-is ready to welcome you.
-Mwnt is a perfect location
-so we'll wait and see what happens.
-We hope to host a few weddings
-and will go from there.
-I'll build my father-in-law a new
-shed or the animals will be back!
-Good luck to them.
-After the break, we chat with the
-maestro himself, Alwyn Humphreys.
-First, Viv Watkins wants us to
-guess the purpose of her antique.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Can you guess what this is?
-It's a piece of wood
-from the 1920s or 1930s...
-..with two split sections
-on the side and a long handle.
-Join us after the break
-when I'll reveal what it is.
-Did you guess what it is?
-It's a football clacker
-from the 1920s.
-This is very collectible
-and worth about 20.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-Thanks to Viv for revealing
-the purpose of that antique.
-Yes, it was a football clacker.
-Did you have one of those, Owain?
-No, I don't.
-I recall the ones that spun around.
-They made a lot of noise!
-I thought it was a castanet!
-I'm sure you're familiar
-with those clackers...
-..as a fan of the
-Welsh National Football Team...
-..and uncle of Osian Roberts.
-I am proud of my nephew, Osian.
-He's my sister's son.
-I was at the game on Tuesday.
-It was close until the last minute.
-I'm a football pundit now
-because of Osian.
-I've heard the singing has improved
-at the games now!
-Have you got many concerts
-between now and Christmas?
-There's a Cymanfa Ganu service at
-Llandaff Cathedral on 19 November.
-The service raises money for the
-2018 Cardiff National Eisteddfod.
-This is the first time for me to
-conduct a service at a cathedral.
-It's going to be a great day.
-The cathedral choir
-and Ysgol Pencae will perform.
-The service starts at 3.30pm
-on Sunday 19 November.
-Tickets are available at the door.
-There's also a collection
-at the end.
-Joy and myself are holding
-an few evening events.
-Joy is on the piano.
-It's full of scandal.
-We hear music from the composers.
-The show is x-rated
-if not xxx-rated!
-Is there a story that's appropriate
-to be revealed on Prynhawn Da?
-I couldn't reveal anything
-on this programme today!
-Book a ticket!
-Next year's Eisteddfod
-will be quite different.
-It will be held
-at the Millennium Centre.
-It's set to be an exciting week.
-I won't miss the mud!
-I recall a wet Eisteddfod
-It doesn't matter if it rains
-in the Bay.
-You can hide in a pub nearby
-or go and listen to some music!
-There's a Christmas by Candlelight
-service at Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.
-Christmas by Candlelight at the
-Brangwyn Hall is on 23 December.
-We are performing at Acapella.
-We are also at Rhosygilwen.
-Rhosygilwen Country House
-hosts Christmas By Candlelight...
-..by The Chamber Orchestra of Wales.
-There are plenty of mince pies
-We start with traditional music
-from Bach and Handel...
-..and the music becomes
-slightly more light and amusing.
-You're also involved
-with the Salt of the Earth.
-I enjoy people in the communities.
-Do you know a special person who is
-worthy of a Salt of the Earth plate?
-with your nominations.
-Alwyn returns with more
-Salt of the Earth in the New Year.
-I'm in my element
-meeting these people.
-There are special people
-in our communities.
-Thank you, Alwyn.
-Don't forget about our
-autumn photography competition.
-These are the details.
-Autumn is a season of falling leaves
-and is ideal for taking photographs.
-The amazing colours
-always excite us.
-We want your photographs of autumn
-in your garden, public park...
-..pavement or anywhere that you
-take your mobile phone or camera.
-Upload your photographs to our
-Facebook or Twitter accounts...
-..or email them to
-The closing date is 30 November
-and we look forward to seeing them.
-and send us your photographs.
-Llinos Lee from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme.
-What delights have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-Join me for another jam-packed Heno
-We are looking ahead to the weekend.
-My studio guests are Meinir Howells
-and Cennydd Jones...
-..and they chat about the
-Young Farmers' Club Eisteddfod...
-..that's being held on Saturday.
-Cennydd is also a competitor.
-There's the story of a young and
-promising drummer from Llanfyllin...
-..called Iestyn Huw Jones.
-Tonight, you can win
-a pair of tickets...
-..to see the Wales v New Zealand
-rugby match next week.
-The tickets to the match
-are like gold dust!
-The tickets have sold out.
-You can win a pair of tickets
-Thank you, Llinos.
-After the break,
-we hear the story of Llewelyn...
-..as we mark World Prematurity Day.
-Dr Ann also opens her surgery.
-Join us a few minutes.
-Tomorrow is World Prematurity Day.
-This affects one in every
-ten children around the world.
-Let's hear the story of Llewelyn
-who is now nine years old...
-..but was only 1lb and 14oz
-when he was born.
-Llewelyn was our first baby and
-we didn't quite know what to expect.
-I thought that everything
-was going well...
-..until an appointment
-with my midwife at 32 weeks.
-My blood pressure was very high
-so I was taken to hospital.
-Whilst there, I didn't realize what
-was wrong until the next morning.
-They told me that it was time
-to deliver the baby via caesarean.
-My baby had stopped growing
-at 26 weeks.
-When he was delivered, we discovered
-that he weighed 1lb 14 ounces.
-He should've weighed much more
-at 32 weeks.
-He was immediately taken
-to the special care unit.
-I couldn't go to see him but
-my husband took a photograph of him.
-It was a very difficult time.
-After three days, I was allowed
-to visit and cuddle him.
-It was the best feeling
-in the world.
-We didn't discover Llewelyn's
-growth problem until he was four.
-That's when we learnt
-of his low growth hormone.
-Every year, a doctor at the hospital
-keeps an eye on his growth.
-There are problems
-associated with a premature birth.
-Llewelyn was slower
-to walk and talk.
-One year ago, we discovered that
-Llewelyn also had hearing problems.
-That's due to nerve damage
-because of his premature birth.
-When Llewelyn was in the reception
-class, he missed lots of school.
-However, he's a determined character
-and fantastic to have in class.
-He's very likeable
-and he loves to praise others.
-Llewelyn is a humorous character
-and he makes everyone laugh.
-He praises everyone.
-When someone needs help,
-Llewelyn always explains clearly.
-He's also determined to succeed
-when doing his schoolwork.
-He wants everything to be right.
-At school, his premature birth
-hasn't affected his work.
-We have lots of fun
-in Miss Voyle's class.
-I like playing different games
-and participating in sports.
-I also like playing with my friends.
-He's a member of the school choir
-and recites at the Urdd Eisteddfod.
-He's also been part
-of the book quiz team...
-..who reached the national final
-in Aberystwyth, last year.
-He always contributes
-during language and sports lessons.
-Llewelyn enjoys disco dancing
-and he loves singing.
-When I've had enough of a game,
-Llew will offer to play another one.
-When we're playing,
-he can be very funny.
-He makes everyone laugh
-with his jokes.
-He enjoys playing with friends
-and makes sure everyone is involved.
-Llewelyn lives next door
-and we enjoy playing games together.
-I don't like homework
-because it's too much work.
-He's a very sociable character
-and he gets on with all the pupils.
-Llewelyn is my best friend.
-He's a happy child.
-He's also very determined
-and that's why he's still here.
-That was a lovely story
-with a wonderful and happy ending.
-Dr Ann has joined us
-to highlight this issue.
-A wonderful story, Dr Ann.
-His story is heart-warming.
-Llewelyn's story showed us
-that our doctors can work miracles.
-It's incredible what's available
-for premature babies now.
-Premature birth is now classed
-as 34 weeks and not 38 weeks.
-The mother's health led to
-Llewelyn's early birth.
-Let's focus on the mother first
-and the mother's body.
-The mother's body is all-important.
-If there's bleeding
-or if the mucus plug is lost...
-..there is reason for concern.
-Pains like period cramps
-or the loss of amniotic fluid...
-..should also be a cause of concern.
-If you experience any,
-phone an ambulance.
-A mother may be put on steroids
-to safeguard the baby's health.
-At what point do the organs develop?
-When a mother is up
-to 32 weeks pregnant...
-..a premature birth
-can be dangerous.
-A premature birth up to 38 weeks
-can also be dangerous.
-Anwen had Eclampsia.
-Her blood pressure was too high
-to continue with a safe pregnancy.
-Is this a hereditary condition?
-Eclampsia is hereditary.
-It's normally only seen if
-you're pregnant for the first time.
-It's more common if there's
-more than one baby in the womb.
-You also were a premature baby,
-I only weighed 2lbs 7 ounces
-when I was born.
-That was a very long time ago!
-There are millions
-of premature babies.
-There are 60,000 premature births
-every year in this country.
-Around 1,000 babies die
-because of premature birth.
-What factors cause this condition?
-Diabetes can be a cause
-for premature birth.
-High blood pressure
-can also be a cause.
-Smoking and alcohol
-also raises the risk.
-If you're resting excessively,
-you can also experience problems.
-You may be prescribed progesterone
-pessaries from your doctor.
-It all depends
-how early you go into labour.
-What is the process after the birth?
-It's important that the
-baby's lungs are developed.
-If a baby is born very early...
-..there can be problems
-with the eyes and ears.
-The brain is very fragile
-when a baby is in the womb.
-A premature baby
-may not reach milestones...
-..at the same rate
-as other children.
-However, there are so many
-developments in medicine.
-Women are now more aware of
-when to seek medical advice.
-Tomorrow raises awareness
-of this condition.
-There's a Bliss website
-to get more information.
-The website offers great advice
-for mothers of premature babies.
-There's also a support group
-Thank you, Dr Ann.
-On a personal note, I'd like to
-thank the Pontypridd Merched y Wawr.
-They welcomed me with open arms and
-we had a great night last Thursday.
-We chatted about the weather
-and a whole lot more.
-Happy birthday to the group
-as it marks 50 years.
-Hello to you all and thank you for
-being avid viewers of Prynhawn Da.
-After the break, Huw returns
-with more statement pieces.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-We close the programme
-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.
-Remind us of today's theme.
-Today, it's all about
-statement pieces for your wardrobe.
-We start with Hannah.
-This jacket is very interesting.
-She can give us a good shake.
-You've got to move
-to create this look.
-I think Yvonne can wear it
-for our work's party.
-This is ideal
-with jeans and boots...
-..and for an evening drink.
-isn't going to match everything.
-The blouse is sold
-beside the jacket.
-I don't always advise that...
-..but this was a perfect match.
-The jacket is 60.
-It's 35 for the blouse.
-The fabric is very interesting.
-There's a sheen to the fabric.
-It's a lovely shape.
-You cannot wear this
-instead of a short fur coat...
-..as it won't keep you warm.
-to care for this piece...
-..and clean it properly.
-Store it properly too.
-Any items that has
-a specific design and detail...
-..will snag on other items.
-It's important for this
-to sit properly when you store it.
-Christine is our next model.
-This is a simple jumper and skirt.
-is similar to leatherette.
-This skirt is in a crushed velvet.
-Team this with an interesting top.
-It's sold with some great items
-that are reminiscent of the 1970s.
-You could wear it
-with an array of things...
-..so that it isn't
-such a strong look.
-It reminds me of curtains
-from my childhood!
-I was filming in a grand hotel
-in Cardiff recently.
-They did have similar curtains
-to this skirt.
-We close with Hayley.
-The coat is our statement piece.
-This is an interesting coat.
-It's a shearling coat.
-Hayley can show us that we've
-teamed it with a simple top...
-will come in and out of fashion.
-Wear it all the time at the moment.
-Forget about it for a while...
-..and bring it back out
-when it's back in fashion.
-At the moment, there's a lot
-of different fur coats around.
-The coat is 79.99.
-It's a lot of money for a coat.
-It does keep you warm.
-Thank you, Huw.
-Tomorrow, Lisa rustles up a suitable
-fish dish for Christmas Day.
-The Gossip Girls
-put the world to rights.
-One viewer could win 100 or more
-in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.
-There's another chance to see Gwlad
-Moc after the S4C news and weather.
-Today, the fisherman
-travels to Northern Ireland.
-a very good afternoon to you all.
Tips ffasiwn gan Huw Ffash, cyngor meddygol gan Dr Ann ac Alwyn Humphreys fydd yn westai stiwdio. Fashion tips from Huw Fash, health advice from Dr Ann, and Alwyn Humphreys is today's guest.