Thu, 18 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 18 May 2017

Bydd Dr Ann yn rhoi cyngor ar sut i reoli pwysau gwaed, a chawn dips am sut i arbed arian. Dr Ann offers advice on how to manage blood pressure, and we'll get some money saving ...


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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome to your

-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-It's a sad day following the news

-of the sudden death...

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-..of the former First Minister

-of Wales, Rhodri Morgan.

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-We pay tribute to him with

-the journalist, Tweli Griffiths.

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-Tributes have been flowing in...

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-..and they all speak about

-the greatness of his character.

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-Many tributes have flooded in for

-the former First Minister of Wales.

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-They've come from every part.

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-Each party have stopped campaigning

-today out of respect.

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-Tell us more about his upbringing.

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-Rhodri didn't seem like

-your typical politician.

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-In the late 1980s,

-he was given a makeover!

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-He would tend to stuff papers

-in his pockets.

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-But he always spoke his mind.

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-There's was a tradition

-in his family to go with the flow.

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-This is what his brother Prys said.

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-Rhodri wanted an Assembly for

-the common people and not the elite.

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-He was from an academic family.

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-He spoke like no other politician.

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-He had a strong academic background.

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-He was the son of TJ Morgan who

-was a Welsh professor at Swansea.

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-His brother is the historian,

-Prys Morgan.

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-He was educated

-Whitchurch Grammar School.

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-Rhodri proved his own academic

-brilliance by winning places...

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-..at Oxford

-and Harvard universities.

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-He worked in industrial development

-for South Glamorgan County Council.

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-He had fond memories of family

-holidays to Mwnt with his parents.

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-He felt at home at Mwnt

-in West Wales.

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-He loved to holiday at Mwnt.

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-He would go to Mwnt

-after the Eisteddfod every summer.

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-He enjoyed the tranquillity

-of the place.

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-He could've gone anywhere

-in the world...

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-..but he chose Mwnt.

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-In 2008, he told Radio Wales

-of his wish to spend...

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-..his final day on earth

-swimming with dolphins in Mwnt.

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-He enjoyed swimming in the sea

-at Mwnt.

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-He also enjoyed eating mackerel

-and other seafood...

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-..following his health scare

-with his heart.

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-He wanted to take the helm

-in the new Welsh Assembly...

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-..created by the 1997 referendum.

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-Rhodri wanted to be the minister

-in Wales and lost out.

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-Rhodri introduced Tony Blair

-to his mother.

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-Rhodri didn't want to follow Blair's

-policies.

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-We have a clip from 2010 when

-Tweli met Rhodri in his garden.

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-It's an uphill battle with the weeds

-but I enjoy weeding.

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-If you enjoy weeding,

-you can succeed in politics.

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-That's Morgan's First Principle!

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-That's a tidy sized carrot.

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-It won't win any awards

-at an agricultural show...

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-..but it's a decent size.

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-Is your interest in gardening

-something recent?

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-No, I did a lot in the garden

-with Dat-cu and Dad.

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-During and after the war, you had

-the Dig for Victory campaign...

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-..and people grew celery and things

-you couldn't get in the shops.

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-That clip showed that Rhodri

-was a very witty character.

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-He was such a character.

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-I recall the filming for that.

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-He didn't stop talking.

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-He went through his entire garden

-and showed plenty of enthusiasm.

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-He enjoyed a good natter.

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-He had many interests

-and was massively fond of sport.

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-Yes, I felt that he had

-a photographic mind.

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-He could remember cricket scores

-and a devoted rugby fan.

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-We send our deepest condolences

-to his widow, Julie...

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-..his children and the whole family.

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-Prynhawn Da returns

-after this short break.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-This is what else

-we have for you today.

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-In a moment,

-Huw focuses on floral trousers.

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-Our series on Welsh shops continues

-with Siop y Bont in Pontypridd.

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-Dr Ann and Ken Jones discuss

-blood pressure and prostate cancer.

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-Gwion Dafydd offers financial advice

-and has tips on bagging a bargain.

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-Join Yvonne and me for all this

-on the rest of the programme.

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-It's time for our first visit

-to the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.

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-Today, we're looking at

-floral trousers.

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-A great look for the summer.

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-I didn't have any floral trousers!

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-I do have a floral shirt.

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-You can get floral trousers

-all over the high street.

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-Earlier, I was chatting with

-Rita from our Gossip Girls.

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-She didn't think

-she could wear them.

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-However, I hope she can see

-these today.

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-I love this first pattern.

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-It's a photographic print.

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-A white top is a great backdrop

-to the trousers.

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-Keep everything else simple...

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-..with floral trousers.

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-The coat is water resistant

-other than waterproof.

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-People will love wearing

-floral trousers on holidays.

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-This is a striking pair of trousers.

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-Sophie is next.

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-These trousers

-are from River Island.

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-Nest's trousers were from Debenhams.

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-You can style these trousers

-in all sorts of ways.

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-You don't have to stick to shops...

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-..because of your age.

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-The white helps to

-highlight the colour...

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-..that is in the trousers.

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-You can choose an accent colour.

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-Adding a white jacket...

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-..brings the look

-into the summer months.

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-You could team it with a lilac vest.

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-We're restricted by the weather

-in this country.

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-I like the sleeves on the jacket.

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-The detail on the sleeve is great.

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-Margaret is last.

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-We've stuck to the high street.

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-There's a simple blouse.

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-Once again,

-I've chosen the accent colour.

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-There's a touch of white

-around the flowers.

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-You could choose all sorts

-of colours with these trousers.

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-You can dress these up or down.

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-It will look more formal...

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-..if you match everything perfectly.

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-It can be busy on the eye...

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-..if you have too much colour.

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-The shoes are lovely too.

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-There's a floral print

-on the heels too.

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-It's quite fashion forward

-for Marks and Spencer.

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-That's quite a statement!

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-We'll have more fashion advice

-from you later in the programme.

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-Our series on Welsh shops continues

-in Pontypridd with Siop y Bont.

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-Pontypridd Market was built in 1870.

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-It's faced economic challenges

-in recent years...

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-..but continues to house

-a plethora of stalls...

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-..selling everything from flowers

-to carpets and curtains.

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-It's also home to Siop Y Bont.

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-We opened over 20 years ago.

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-We grew and sold plants

-at the time.

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-I sold the flowers in Pontypridd.

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-After a couple of years...

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-..we sold Welsh products

-as there was a demand for it.

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-Nobody else sold these items locally

-so that's why we started.

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-We sold everything from books

-to videos and cassettes.

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-They no longer exist,

-but I still have a few!

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-CDs and DVDs followed along with

-a wide range of greeting cards.

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-We stocked clothing, lovespoons

-and everything under the sun!

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-Welsh flags are tough to source!

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-Ann and Maldwyn have a sold a vast

-range of Welsh items over the years.

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-They've also got some

-loyal customers from all over.

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-They come from everywhere

-including South Africa...

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-..Australia and New Zealand.

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-There's a customer from Canada

-who pays us an annual visit.

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-We've also got Reading customers

-who buy from us every year.

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-Everything is evolving as the

-number of books is increasing.

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-We also stock older books and not

-don't just sell the latest books.

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-We hold on to our old stock.

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-And we're still sell them!

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-In addition to selling

-at the market...

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-..the National Eisteddfod and Urdd

-is an important platform for them.

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-We attend the National Eisteddfod

-every year...

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-..and of course the Urdd

-is in this area this year.

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-We'll be at the Urdd,

-so come in your droves to see us!

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-We'll be delighted to see you.

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-Our stall will be quite large.

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-We'll have books

-and prepare book packages.

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-Nobody else will have these

-and we decide on the books.

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-We'll also sells DVDs, CDs

-and all sorts of items.

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-And the importance of this shop

-outweighs what's on the shelves.

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-It's imperative that we have

-a shop like this in the area.

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-It shows that the Welsh language

-is still alive here.

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-Many children attend

-our local Welsh schools.

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-Their parents or grandparents

-might not speak Welsh...

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-..so they drag them into our shop!

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-It's so important

-to keep the language alive...

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-..and make it known

-that we're in Wales.

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-I can't express

-how important it is.

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-Pop in and see them

-at the Urdd or in Pontypridd.

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-Make sure you tune into

-tonight's Heno at 7.00pm...

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-..where there are further tributes

-to the late, Rhodri Morgan.

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-There's the premier of the Urdd

-2017 Peace and Goodwill Message.

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-Mari Grug visits Preseli with

-the geologist, Dyfed Elis-Gruffydd.

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-Kidney Wales celebrate completing

-a sponsored walk around Wales.

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-Join Llinos Lee at 7.00pm

-for tonight's Heno.

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-After the break, we discuss prostate

-cancer with Dr Ann and Ken Jones.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-As is customary on a Thursday

-on Prynhawn Da...

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-..we open the doors of our surgery

-with Dr Ann.

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-This week,

-we're joined by Ken Jones...

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-..the chairman of the West Wales

-Prostate Cancer Support Group.

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-Today, we're looking at blood

-pressure and a new blood test...

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-..that could help with the diagnosis

-and treatment of a developed cancer.

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-First, we'd like to hear from Ken

-who has had prostate cancer...

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-..and we're sorry to hear that

-you're suffering at the moment.

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-I had symptoms in 2002.

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-I went to the toilet regularly.

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-I went to the GP

-and asked for a prostate test.

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-I knew something was wrong.

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-The GP told me to see a specialist.

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-I had insurance

-so I had treatment in London.

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-Seeds of radioactive iodine

-was injected into the prostate.

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-It worked for a period.

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-After 15 years, it's come back.

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-It's developed since then.

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-I've started a course of treatment

-again.

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-I had brachytherapy first

-but I can't have it again.

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-I'm having hormone injections,

-tablets and chemotherapy now.

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-It's important to chat to your GP.

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-This disease causes so many deaths.

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-This is the prostate.

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-It's the size of a walnut.

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-It can cause you to go the toilet

-more often.

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-There's a PSA test for sufferers.

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-It isn't very reliable.

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-Have a sensible chat with your GP.

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-You may need a biopsy.

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-You may need to have radiotherapy

-or iodine seeds will be injected.

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-If the cancer comes back, you need

-to keep an eye on the PSA levels.

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-It can spread to the bones.

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-It has moved to one of his ribs.

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-Testosterone levels

-will try to be prevent it.

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-Many people who don't respond

-to treatment...

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-..have more invasive treatment.

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-This new test targets which

-treatment would suit you.

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-It works with some people

-and it doesn't for others.

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-They are able to extract DNA

-from the tumour...

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-..to detect what treatment

-is suitable for the patient.

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-Abiraterone and enzalutamide

-are drugs to treat advanced cases.

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-These conventional drugs

-don't suit all men.

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-Thanks for sharing your story, Ken.

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-This month raises awareness of

-our blood pressure measurements.

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-Only a few of us know our

-blood pressure measurements.

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-High blood pressure can lead

-to strokes and heart attacks.

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-It's important to have your

-blood pressure checked regularly.

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-You can go and get checked

-at your GP surgery or pharmacy.

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-Blood pressure is measured

-in millimetres of mercury.

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-Your systolic and diastolic pressure

-is measured and given as 2 figures.

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-Systolic pressure is the pressure

-when your heart pushes blood out.

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-Diastolic pressure is the pressure

-when your heart rests between beats.

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-After the break, Gwion Dafydd

-reveals his bargain buys.

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-There's more floral trousers

-on the catwalk with Huw.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to the final part

-of today's Prynhawn Da.

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-Gwion Dafydd joins us in the studio

-with some money-saving tips.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-You want to start with your deal

-of the day.

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-The deal of the day

-is for a 10.5 tog duvet.

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-I've been able to find

-a 10.5 tog duvet for 16...

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-..from the Boston

-Duvet and Pillow Co.

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-They supply duvets for hotels...

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-..and also for Marks and Spencer

-and John Lewis.

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-Marks and Spencer offers a supersoft

-10.5 tog duvet for 79.

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-If you're not fussy,

-then this is great.

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-You can buy a thick tog now...

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-..for the winter.

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-You've got advice for a credit card.

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-Halifax is offering

-a Clarity credit card.

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-The Halifax card has an incredible

-exchange rate.

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-There's a cashback offer of 20

-if you're a new customer...

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-..and you use the card

-before the end of September.

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-My top tip is to pay in the currency

-of the country.

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-Pay it off every month if you can.

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-If you're in America,

-you should use dollars.

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-Those travelling around Europe

-should pay with Euros.

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-I was in Spain last year...

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-..and they asked if I wanted

-to pay in Sterling or in Euros.

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-It's very similar to a cash card.

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-There's also an app of the month.

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-I did a similar app on my last

-appearance on the programme.

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-I was told about this app

-by one of the cameramen!

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-This app is compatible

-with all your devices.

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-You can get a free 7x5 photo book

-every month...

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-..for a small delivery charge.

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-I got one for my brother's wedding.

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-You need to pay more

-if you want something bigger...

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-..or want more photographs.

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-My app of the month has to be

-FreePrints Photobooks.

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-Let's turn to ISAs.

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-Nutmeg is offering a lifetime ISA...

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-..which helps you to save towards

-your first home or your retirement.

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-You can get a 25%

-government bonus.

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-For every 4 that you invest...

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-..you get a 1 bonus

-of up to 1,000 a year.

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-You can contribute up to 4,000

-each tax year...

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-..without paying tax

-on future returns.

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-This is only for those

-who have some spare cash.

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-You can get

-a stocks and shares ISA...

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-..but you should seek advice

-before taking one out.

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-The Post Office currently has a cash

-ISA with an interest rate of 1.01%.

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-You can get

-a stocks and shares ISA...

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-..but you should seek advice

-before taking one out.

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-It has the best interest rate.

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-That's for those who want easy

-access to their money.

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-You can have better interest rates

-with other accounts.

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-Thank you, Gwion.

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-We close the programme

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.

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-Remind us of today's theme, Huw.

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-Today, we're focusing

-on floral trousers.

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-They are all over the high street

-at the moment.

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-The trousers come

-in all shapes and sizes.

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-Some of them are loose fitting...

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-..and others are a skinny fit.

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-If you're unsure about the print...

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-..then I would advise you to

-wear something of the same fit.

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-Margaret looks splendid.

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-She looks amazing as always.

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-This is about the whole look.

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-When buying florals...

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-..a lot of people

-don't know how to wear them.

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-This jacket is lightweight

-and doesn't have a lining.

0:36:030:36:15

-..that help to keep

-the items a clean white!

0:36:230:36:34

-You need to buy these items

-for washing white garments.

0:36:340:36:42

-I was inspired to do this item

-by these trousers.

0:37:120:37:22

-I spotted them in the window

-when I was in Trostre.

0:37:220:37:29

-It's the exact look

-from the shop window!

0:37:300:37:37

-At first, you think

-it's white trousers...

0:37:370:37:47

-..but they are winter white.

0:37:470:37:52

-The blouse is a bright white.

0:37:530:38:05

-Ralph Lauren often has this creamy

-or winter white trousers...

0:38:130:38:16

-..in all of their photographs.

0:38:160:38:21

-Frills are popular at the moment.

0:38:220:38:27

-Yes, frills are very popular.

0:38:270:38:29

-You can see them on the front

-and the sleeve.

0:38:300:38:34

-The shoes are flying out

-of the shop.

0:38:340:38:40

-They are like Granny shoes!

0:38:400:38:52

-The girls in the shop said that

-they can't keep up with the demand!

0:38:570:39:08

-This blouse isn't suitable

-for those with a large bust!

0:39:080:39:13

-Our final model is Nest.

0:39:140:39:20

-I've gone one step forward

-with Nest.

0:39:200:39:23

-This is a jumpsuit.

0:39:230:39:28

-These aren't separates.

0:39:280:39:40

-The jumpsuit looked

-very tropical on the hanger.

0:39:410:39:46

-The jumpsuit looked

-very tropical on the hanger.

0:39:460:39:50

-It's teamed with the white jacket.

0:39:540:40:01

-This makes it more conservative.

0:40:010:40:05

-It's very glamorous!

0:40:050:40:08

-Thank you, Huw.

0:40:080:40:10

-That's all we have time for

-so thank you for joining us today.

0:40:110:40:15

-Make sure you end your week with us

-for Prynhawn Da tomorrow.

0:40:150:40:19

-We visit Betws Gwerful Goch...

0:40:200:40:21

-..to meet the farmer and singer,

-Trebor Edwards.

0:40:220:40:24

-Lowri Cooke also reviews

-King Arthur: Legend of the Sword...

0:40:250:40:28

-..and Alien Covenant.

0:40:280:40:30

-The Gossip Girls also try to win

-100 for charity in Mwy Neu Lai!

0:40:300:40:34

-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

0:40:340:40:38

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0:40:390:40:41

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