Thu, 20 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 20 Apr 2017

Bydd Dr Ann yn trafod y cyflwr parkinsons, a bydd Huw Ffash yma gyda trends y tymor. Dr Ann will discuss parkinsons condition, and Huw Fash shows the latest fashion trends.


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-Subtitles

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-Hello and how are you?

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-I hope you're well as the

-Easter holidays come to an end.

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-Spring has sprung with

-all the seasonal wild flowers.

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-Today, Dr Ann opens the surgery to

-discuss Parkinson's Awareness Month.

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-Students of the University of South

-Wales chat about their show, 365.

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-There's a shortage of scout leaders.

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-Elen Bowen and Gareth Jones chat

-about working with the organization.

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-Our series about working from home

-continues today...

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-..as we meet a kitchen carpenter

-who creates his pieces at home.

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-There's a lot of interesting

-discussions over the next hour.

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-Yvonne and I are at the helm

-and we hope you can join us.

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-We start the programme

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-I believe you have some news for us.

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-There's a lot of fashion news today.

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-They will also close

-some smaller stores.

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-They want us to change the way

-we think about department stores.

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-There are so many people

-doing online shopping...

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-..they see that they sell the most

-in the afternoon and after 5.00pm.

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-People want a different experience

-in a department store.

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-You can relax walking around

-when the stores are open later.

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-It has made the front page

-of the papers.

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-It has been

-an interesting development.

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-They haven't said

-which stores will close yet.

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-The stores that are passed

-their best might be closing.

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-What have you got for us today, Huw?

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-Today, we're looking

-at festival fashions.

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-Coachella is the most fashionable

-festival of the season...

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-..and it came to an end last week.

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-There are many festivals

-taking place over the summer.

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-The Coachella festival

-is more of a fashion parade...

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-..than about the music.

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-There's a pool for the VIPs.

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-People go there for the fashion

-and the music.

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-These bohemian images

-come from Coachella.

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-We have a lot of festivals in Wales.

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-Everything leads up

-to the Eisteddfod.

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-You might have a few ideas

-for the Eisteddfod here.

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-Our first model is Angelica.

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-There's a fantastic print

-on the blouse.

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-There's an Aztec element to it.

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-It reminds us of Woodstock.

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-This was alternative fashion

-in the 1960s.

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-Angelica's outfit is from Next.

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-There's are called

-cropped flair trousers.

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-I think these work well.

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-Not every age

-will be able to wear them.

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-They will look great

-with white pumps.

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-I love the shoes.

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-Our second model is Megan.

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-This is a truly bohemian look.

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-When you go to any festival,

-you have to be practical.

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-This light jacket can be worn

-over the shoulders...

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-..to protect you from the sun.

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-You might need this jacket

-to stop you from sunburn.

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-I've got for a similar colour

-in the blouse.

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-The pumps are also wonderful.

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-With any festival,

-you tend to plan in advance.

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-However, the plans might change

-after the first day.

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-These will roll up for any bag.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-I can't imagine Christine

-in Glastonbury...

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-..but I can imagine her

-in Coachella.

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-I spoke about embroidery last week.

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-We featured the jacket last week.

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-This look is great for holidays.

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-Huw returns later in the programme

-with some more festival fashions.

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-After the break, Dr Ann

-discusses Parkinson's disease.

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-Students of the University of South

-Wales chat about their show, 365.

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-Welcome back.

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-Parkinson's disease

-affects one in every 500 people

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-It's Parkinson's Awareness Month...

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-..but does the condition

-get enough attention?

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-Dr Ann is here

-to discuss the condition further.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It's spoken about more these days.

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-A lot of press coverage has looked

-at Parkinson's disease.

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-One person is diagnosed with

-Parkinson's disease every hour.

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-What are the symptoms?

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-You won't know that you have it...

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-..until it has taken hold

-after a few years.

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-Parkinson's disease is caused

-by a loss of nerve cells...

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-..in part of the brain

-called the substantia nigra.

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-The loss of nerve cells...

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-..leads to a reduction in a chemical

-called dopamine in the brain.

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-Dopamine plays a vital role in

-regulating the movement of the body.

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-You don't think

-about doing things...

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-..when you're walking

-or going downstairs.

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-Dopamine is like your autopilot.

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-You will notice that the face

-looks empty.

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-People will notice that they are not

-walking naturally.

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-Terry Thomas suffered from it.

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-He told me that he would have

-to force his muscles to move.

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-It can effect you and

-cause depression.

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-You also lose the ability to smell.

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-In the early years

-of Parkinson's disease...

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-..you will notice a loss

-of the ability to smell.

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-The main symptoms...

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-..include involuntary shaking

-of particular parts of the body.

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-Not every involuntary shake

-is linked to Parkinson's disease.

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-There's a plaque in Cardiff.

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-It commemorates someone

-who did research...

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-..into Parkinson's disease.

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-If you could stop the cells

-from declining...

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-..then you could help to stop

-the Parkinson's disease.

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-This would have to be done

-in the first two years.

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-The news has spoken about this.

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-One form of medication...

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-..is in the form of a drug

-that is used for depression.

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-There is hope on the horizon.

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-Treatments are available

-to help reduce the main symptoms...

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-..and maintain quality of life

-for as long as possible.

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-There are many medical routes

-that you can follow.

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-Parkinson's disease can last

-for about ten years.

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-Around one in 20 people

-with the condition...

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-..first experience symptoms

-when they are under 40.

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-Only 10% of people will see symptoms

-for Parkinson's disease...

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-..before the age of 40.

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-The medication can cause a number

-of side effects.

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-It's important to catch it early.

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-Loss of smell or strange dreams are

-early symptoms.

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-Thank you, Dr Ann.

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-Thanks to all of those who have

-entered our photography competition.

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-If you'd like to enter,

-these are the details you'll need.

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-Nature springs to life,

-the days are getting longer...

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-..the flowers are in bloom,

-leaves fill the trees...

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-..and the lambing season

-is in full swing!

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-Take a long walk with the family or

-enjoy a relaxed afternoon in a park.

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-There's ample photo opportunities

-for you to enter our competition.

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-The winner gets an iPad

-or a television.

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-You have until midday on 5 May

-to compete.

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-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Email them to

-[email protected]

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-You can also contact us

-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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-Search for PrynhawnDaS4C

-and good luck.

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-Make sure you send in your entries.

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-From 30 April to 2 May, the students

-of the University of South Wales...

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-..will perform

-their original show, 365.

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-Hanna Rowcliffe and Alyssa Williams

-join us to tell us more about it.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Before we hear about the show...

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-..tell us a bit more

-about yourselves.

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-I'm originally from Pencader.

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-I chose to study in Cardiff...

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-..because it's a great place and

-the course is wonderful.

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-I'm from Ammanford.

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-I chose this course

-because I;m interested in acting...

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-..but also look further

-into the field.

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-Was it all that you expected?

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-Yes, and more so.

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-Tell us more about the show.

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-The show looks at the

-current political climate...

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-..from the perspective

-of seven different people.

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-The world has changed a lot...

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-..with Brexit and the election

-of Donald Trump.

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-It's about understanding the changes

-in the world.

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-With all that has happened...

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-..did this inspire you

-to write this work...

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-..and do more about

-the political stage?

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-Yes, we've learnt a lot about it.

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-We don't think young people

-do enough...

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-..and learn about politics.

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-How did you research the show?

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-We've done a lot of research

-into all that has happened...

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-..in the last twelve months.

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-We've chosen the things that have

-effected young people.

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-What issues do you tackle

-in the show?

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-Brexit has affected us.

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-There's also gender equality.

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-There's seven people in the show.

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-The opinions differ.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-All of the people

-have different opinions.

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-What responsibilities have you

-undertaken with the show?

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-I was directing the show.

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-We had different roles.

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-Alyssa was involved in marketing.

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-What have you learnt?

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-We've learnt more about the world.

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-It's important for us to know what's

-happening in the world.

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-I want to know more

-about the world's politics.

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-Tickets are available.

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-It's almost a sell out for Sunday

-and Tuesday.

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-You can buy tickets to the event

-from the Event Brite website.

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-I'd like to work in the theatre

-after graduating.

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-Good luck with the show.

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-There's plenty still

-to come on Prynhawn Da...

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-..including an appeal from

-the Scouts to have more leaders.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Still to come on Prynhawn Da...

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-..we meet a viewer who builds

-kitchens in his garden workshop.

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-Huw has more festival fashion ideas.

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-Make sure you keep watching.

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-The Scout Association

-is as popular as ever.

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-It has over 51,000 children

-on a waiting list...

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-..due to a shortage of leaders.

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-A campaign has been launched to

-encourage more adults to volunteer.

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-Elen Bowen and Gareth Jones

-are members of the association...

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-..and they join us now.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about yourselves

-and where you volunteer.

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-I've been a scout

-since I was about ten years old.

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-I'd started as a cub.

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-I'm also the chairman

-for the local team.

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-I do some work when I'm studying

-in London too.

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-Can you explain what we have around

-our necks?

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-Those are neckers.

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-Every pack and

-area has a different necker.

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-You're wearing the Welsh necker.

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-There's a leek on the back.

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-Tell us about your role

-with the scouts.

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-I've learnt a lot of things.

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-I've learnt to communicate,

-work in a team and to cook.

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-I'm at university.

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-It's amazing how few people

-know how to cook!

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-What activities did

-you do in the scouts?

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-A lot of people think that you take

-part in various activities...

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-..and this is true.

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-I've been abseiling and kayaking.

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-I've also learnt about camping.

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-You can learn to live

-in the mountains.

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-Has the image of scouts changed?

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-The scouts has changed a lot.

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-We move with the times.

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-Children like playing

-with computer games.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-There's media development

-managers...

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-..in our local groups.

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-in the various groups.

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-Young people know more about this.

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-Why did you choose

-to become a volunteer?

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-The role of the volunteer

-has changed.

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-In the past, we had two leaders.

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-These days, you have six people

-doing the same role...

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-..but they don't have to dedicate

-as much time to the group...

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-..but can fit it into their

-day-to-day lives.

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-When do you meet?

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-Families are busier than before.

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-You don't have to attend

-groups every week.

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-The duties are shared out.

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-Elen has met Bear Grylls.

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-Elen has met Bear Grylls.

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-I've made friends all over Wales

-through the scouts.

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-Gareth and I met in Malta on a trip.

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-This summer, I'm going to Iceland

-with the World Scout Movement.

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-I'll meet people

-from all over the world.

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-I'm also going

-to the Czech Republic.

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-It should be fun!

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-Thank you.

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-Good luck with the campaign.

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-Next, we continue our series

-on working from home...

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-..and meet a man who has transformed

-his house into a workshop.

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-Let's find out more about

-the carpenter, Mark Stone.

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-Some of the most luxurious kitchens

-in Wales and further afield...

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-..are designed and produced

-in the home of Mark Stone...

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-..but how did it all start?

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-I started in a small company

-in Pentrecourt...

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-..and it was the best in the area.

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-I worked and studied at Coleg

-Ceredigion and kept improving.

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-Two years later, I did an advanced

-course in Furniture Making.

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-They decided to keep me on

-and I was there for ten years.

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-I've always had an interest

-in carpentry.

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-I went in to the furniture business

-and remain in it.

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-I have to put time into the job,

-to make sure that it's right.

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-I use all the tricks, measure twice

-and cut once.

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-Today, most of the work I get

-is from returning customers.

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-We made a kitchen for Ken Tyrrell,

-the son of Bob Tyrrell...

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-..of Formula One racing.

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-He had a variety of Formula One

-drivers photographs on the wall...

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-..and he gave me a toy car

-as a present.

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-The house was wonderful

-and the kitchen was upstairs.

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-It all starts with a phone call,

-before the clients come down...

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-..or they send us

-the plans of what they'd like.

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-We then give them a ballpark figure,

-before going ahead to design it.

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-We create two designs,

-which they might want to tweak...

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-..before we start creating

-the kitchen.

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-We create modern, traditional,

-painted or natural kitchens.

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-We can make things work

-for standard and narrow rooms.

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-Many older homes need certain shapes

-and we can accommodate.

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-We don't buy many things in and tend

-to make drawers and doors from oak.

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-This Carmarthenshire company has

-grown since starting 15 years.

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-We have six staff members, Sam is in

-the office and answers calls.

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-Sam is the front man who does the

-designing and speaks to customers.

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-Steve is a professional sprayer.

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-The other Steve makes the frames and

-Joe is an all-rounder.

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-Dyfed is my latest apprentice and he

-started by making the drawers...

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-..but he's improved and does

-much more than drawers these days.

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-I make doors, cabinets and

-the drawers from solid oak.

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-We're currently very busy and are

-making five different kitchens.

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-Some are made from oak and poplar,

-otherwise known as tulipwood.

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-We make a variety of kitchens and it

-can be hard to differentiate them.

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-This is a big house with high

-ceilings, above standard height.

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-There are wall cupboards and

-built-in shelves underneath...

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-..with granite tops for this

-painted Shaker Style Kitchen.

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-This grand house kitchen also has

-oak interiors and Bi-folding doors.

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-I love finishing a job and

-looking at my work.

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-The work we accomplish

-will last for years.

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-His work looks incredible.

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-After the break, Huw returns

-with more fashion advice.

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-Yes, I'll be looking at

-more fashion for the festivals.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Llinos Lee from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme, Llinos.

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-Thank you.

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-What delights have you got

-for us on tonight's Heno?

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-The 2017 Olivier award winner,

-Rebecca Trehearn will be my guest.

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-She'll be performing one of the

-songs from Showboat for us.

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-I can't wait to find out more

-about her win.

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-I've seen Showboat.

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-She'll be performing one of the

-songs from Showboat for us.

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-It's a Welsh version of the song,

-Bill.

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-We congratulate the Anglesey chef,

-Richard Holt...

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-..who has guaranteed his spot

-in the kitchen of Marcus Wareing.

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-Daf Wyn will be at Rhosygilwen.

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-They will be preparing

-for a special concert.

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-Kidney Wales is celebrating

-its 50th anniversary.

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-To mark the milestone, a group

-will walk the length of Wales.

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-They will face 500 miles

-over a month.

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-They want people to join the trek.

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-We always love hearing

-from our viewers on Prynhawn Da.

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-Contact us to promote an event or if

-you have a question for our experts.

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-Call us on 01554 880 880

-or email [email protected]

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-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-Huw wants people to nominate others

-for a makeover.

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-Yes, we love hearing

-from our viewers.

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-All those people who have a makeover

-have a great day with the team.

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-We have a lot of fun.

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-I don't think any of our guests

-have had a bad day.

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-We don't make our guests wear

-anything that they don't want.

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-Do you like our scarves?

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-You both look mix matched today.

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-Our first model is Angelica.

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-We're going to start with the dress.

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-You have to wear something

-under this dress...

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-..because it doesn't have a front!

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-This is wonderful

-for holidays and festivals.

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-The top has a bikini underneath.

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-A lot of the stars

-were in Coachella...

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-..wearing the latest fashions.

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-A lot of young people

-like to go to Marbella.

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-We see a lot of the photographs

-on social media.

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-We've teamed the top

-with ripped jeans.

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-When you go to a festival...

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-throughout the day.

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-You can add some bling

-at the start of the day.

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-We've also teamed it with rose gold

-accessories and sunglasses.

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-The sandals are 8.99.

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-Our next model is Megan.

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-We've calmed down a bit

-with Megan's outfit.

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-This is more traditional.

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-You would have seen this look

-in Wakestock.

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-A lot of military items

-were seen at Wakestock.

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-I like teaming khaki

-with clean white items.

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-This is a cheese cloth item.

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-A lot of people wear these

-over wet swimwear.

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-It dries quickly and

-you don't need to iron it.

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-The lining of the skirt is shorter.

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-There's a lot of khaki items

-in the stores.

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-It can be teamed with a number of

-light colours.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-Christine has moved to the VIP area.

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-Christine wouldn't go anywhere

-without a VIP pass.

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-The waistcoat has a military theme.

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-Make sure you match it carefully.

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-You don't want to look like a

-pantomime Buttons.

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-It looks sophisticated.

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-We've gone for gold bag

-to match the buttons on the jacket.

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-The shoes are cheap.

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-It's 16.99 for the shoes

-from TK Maxx.

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-The jumpsuit is 99.

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-I would say this

-jumpsuit is classical.

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-You want something you will wear

-over and over again.

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

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-You could win 100 or more

-in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

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-There's the latest cinema releases

-and we welcome the Gossip Girls.

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-Ffasiwn Mecanic follows

-the news and weather on S4C.

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Bydd Dr Ann yn trafod y cyflwr parkinsons, a bydd Huw Ffash yma gyda trends y tymor. Dr Ann will discuss parkinsons condition, and Huw Fash shows the latest fashion trends.


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