Thu, 21 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 21 Jan 2016

Today on Prynhawn Da, Huw Fash is here with fashion advice and Dr Ann is in the surgery. Huw Fash fydd yma gyda'i gyngor ffasiwn a bydd Dr Ann yn agor drysau'r syrjeri.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on Thursday 21 January.

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-The first month of the year

-is flying by!

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-In a moment, we'll chat

-with our guest Keith Williams.

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-Some of you might have heard

-his story on S4C this week.

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-This is what else we have for you.

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-Denim is hitting the headlines

-and Huw focuses on the fabric today.

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-Dr Ann has advice on the dangers

-of being addicted to painkillers.

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-This subject has hit the headlines

-in recent days.

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-S4C is celebrating the South Wales

-Valleys so Yvonne is in Rhondda.

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-Many had animals over Christmas...

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-..so Meleri Tweed looks at the steps

-you should take to protect our pets.

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-Join Sian and me for the next

-50 minutes for today's Prynhawn Da.

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-S4C recently aired a documentary...

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-..about Keith Williams

-from Penygroes in Carmarthenshire.

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-He discovered that his birth father

-was a late Sultan from Malaysia.

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-He's known locally

-as Keith y Glo or Keith the Coal...

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-..and he joins us

-in the studio today.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Let's see a clip from the programme,

-Fy Nhad y Swltan.

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-My name is Keith Williams.

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-When I was 13,

-Mammy told me that I was adopted...

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-..and I didn't think

-any more about it.

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-I never dreamt

-that I was related to royalty...

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-..from the other side of the world!

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-You've described the story as being

-a Disney tale.

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-How did you feel when you found out

-you were related...

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-..to a royal family?

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-It was a great shock.

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-My birth mother is Elizabeth Rosa...

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-..and I found her

-in the Peterborough area.

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-I discovered that my father was a

-member of the Malaysian monarchy.

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-I did some detective work

-with my mother.

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-We got on very well.

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-She'd kept a lot of things

-that he'd given her.

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-They didn't have a fling.

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-Theirs was a true love story.

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-He'd given her a photograph

-of the palace...

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-..with his address written

-on the back.

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-He gave her a photograph

-of himself...

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-..and other photographs

-of his mother and father.

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-He took her for meals

-and would socialize in London...

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-..and she kept his business cards

-from his visits.

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-She would show me all the things

-that she kept.

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-How did she meet him?

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-Betty worked with Carmarthenshire

-County Council.

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-She wanted to train as a nurse

-so she went to London.

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-This is where she met my father.

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-You've been to Malaysia.

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-Yes, and it was a fantastic

-experience.

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-I didn't see a lot because we were

-filming all day.

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-The local people were very friendly.

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-We did a lot of filming...

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-..and everyone was very helpful.

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-Your story has hit the national

-newspapers in this country.

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-How do they feel about the story?

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-The newspapers in Malaysia have

-picked up on this story.

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-I suspect they have mixed feelings

-about it.

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-The royal family in the palace

-are unsure about it.

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-I haven't contacted everyone

-directly.

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-The family in Malaysia have been

-less willing to talk to you...

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-..because of the press interest.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-I've got to known them over about

-eight years...

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-..thanks to email and Facebook.

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-However, their feelings switched

-when I spoke about the programme.

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-Are they worried?

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-I told them that

-I wanted to meet them...

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-..and asked to meet them privately.

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-I only wanted to know about the

-resting place of my father.

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-You had a happy childhood in Wales.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-I got married at a young age...

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-..and have been married

-for about 43 years.

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-Good Morning Britain

-wanted me today...

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-..but I refused because

-I was appearing on Prynhawn Da!

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-We're going to London tonight.

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-We're more important than

-Good Morning Britain!

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-I'll be on the programme at about

-7.50am.

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-Fy Nhad y Swltan is repeated at

-10.00pm on Sunday 31 January on S4C.

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-Thank you, Keith.

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-We're a romantic bunch

-on Prynhawn Da...

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-..and will help you prepare

-for St Dwynwen's Day next Monday.

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-We're giving away a hamper

-of romantic goods...

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-..that have all been made in Wales.

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-There's candles, bottles of fizz,

-chocolates, picture frames and more.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-Who was Romeo's love?

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-1) Janet, 2) Jennie, or 3) Juliet?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close

-at 1.55pm tomorrow.

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-Entrants must be aged 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all!

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-Yes, get dialling

-and a very good luck to you all.

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-We've joined Huw

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk.

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-Welcome to the programme, Huw.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, we're focussing on denim.

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-Yes, it's all about denim.

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-I rarely do denim

-at this time of year.

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-This season,

-denim is one of the big themes.

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-It's one of the trends that was

-at London Fashion Week last year.

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-We start with Christine.

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-I'm going to show you

-how to wear denim.

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-We start with the coat.

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-Christine is wearing items from

-collections in Marks and Spencer.

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-The coat is 79

-from the Limited Edition label.

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-This has been designed with

-the catwalk in mind.

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-There are elements in the shop

-that will suit all ages.

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-Christine can open the coat...

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-..and reveal the denim dress

-underneath.

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-It has a great shape.

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-It doesn't cling too much

-to the body.

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-You can wear this with thick,

-opaque tights...

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-..if you feel the dress

-is too short.

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-You can wear denim anywhere.

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-The darker the denim,

-the more acceptable it is!

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-I'm wearing denim.

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-Sian's dress is in denim.

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-It's very tailored.

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-The styles don't really differ from

-one shop to the next.

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-Ruby is our next model.

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-This is a very simple look.

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-It's similar to a pinafore dress...

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-..but also has a hint

-of the dungarees.

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-Dungarees have been popular

-since the summer.

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-Later, I'll show you some great

-dungarees.

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-This outfit can be worn to work.

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-Burberry has done a lot

-of coats and denim.

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-This is reminiscent

-of their catwalk looks.

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-There's some light stripes

-on the top too.

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-We went to New Look

-for Ruby's outfit.

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-The dungarees are 24.99.

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-I think these will

-be on sale before long.

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-They are aimed at a limited market.

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-Our next model is Angelica.

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-I've got the double denim.

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-However, there isn't any indigo

-in the jeans.

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-Double denim is popular...

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-..but the top should be dark and the

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-..or vice versa.

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-This is very casual.

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-I showed this shawl at the start

-of the season on Prynhawn Da.

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-These colours are ideal with denim.

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-There's a lot of blue items on the

-high street at the moment.

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-This outfit will suit all ages.

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-We've got an accent colour

-for the bag and boots.

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-Thank you, Huw.

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-After the break...

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-..Dr Ann looks at the dangers

-of being addicted to painkillers.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-I'm sure we've all suffered

-from some sort of pain...

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-..where we've had to take tablets to

-ease that pain.

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-Today, Dr Ann joins us to discuss

-being addicted to painkillers.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What type of painkillers

-do you mean?

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-Painkillers can be an array

-of tablets.

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-First, it's important to realize

-that you need to take painkillers.

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-Most people will take paracetamol.

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-You can get it on prescription.

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-However, you can buy them

-over the counter too.

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-You're not meant to take more than

-four tablets a day...

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-..which is about 4g.

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-You need to be aware of the number

-of tablets that you're taking.

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-Some people will take a Lemsip

-for a cold or the flu...

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-..but it does contain a high dose

-of paracetamol.

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-Some packets have a higher dosage.

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-Paracetamol can be very dangerous

-for people...

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-..and it will affect your liver.

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-Some 200,000 boxes of paracetamol...

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-..are sold over

-the counter in Britain.

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-Can people become addicted to them?

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-You cannot get addicted

-to paracetamol...

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-..but it can damage your liver.

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-Some products contain paracetamol

-and codeine.

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-It can be very addictive.

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-If you take some of these tablets

-for more than three days...

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-..then you can become addicted.

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-It's important that you read the

-details in the box.

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-People don't usually read

-the instructions.

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-Very few people read the warnings

-on the instructions.

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-About one billion products are sold

-in Britain every week...

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-..and those products contain

-codeine.

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-By taking too many painkillers...

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-..then it can cause more pain.

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-The same is true for those

-with headaches.

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-Headaches can be caused

-by some of the tablets.

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-You should stop taking your tablets

-for about a fortnight...

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-..and if the problems still occur...

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-..then you should consult your

-doctor.

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-You should take the painkillers

-for a certain amount of time.

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-How does a doctor stop you from

-taking too much?

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-Paracetamol is ideal for

-headaches...

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-..but it doesn't suit other pains in

-the body such as a bad back.

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-Valium is also prescribed

-for people with back pain.

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-You could buy a packet in each of

-the supermarkets.

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-Nothing is stopping you from buying

-items from the supermarkets.

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-A lot of people will take Lemsip.

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-It can be very dangerous.

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-You should also avoid taking

-sleeping tablets...

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-..for more than three nights

-a week...

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-..or you will become addicted.

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-They only add an extra 30 minutes

-to your sleep.

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-Some people will also be unable to

-drive safely after taking them.

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-After the break, Yvonne takes us

-on a tour of the Rhondda Valley.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Mari Grug

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What have you got for us

-on tonight's Heno?

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-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

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-We look forward to St Dwynwen's Day.

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-You could win

-a hamper of romantic items...

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-..in our special St Dwynwen's Day

-competition.

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-We celebrate Squirrel Appreciation

-Day at Roath Park in Cardiff.

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-There's a project afoot

-to protect the red squirrel.

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-The squirrels of Cardiff

-are overweight.

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-The cross-country champion,

-Dewi Griffiths is in the studio.

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-He's represented Wales and Britain.

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-He ran a race behind Mo Farah.

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-Tonight, we join the

-Cory Band in Rhondda...

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-..and chat to their new president,

-the presenter, Morgan Jones.

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-This week, S4C and Prynhawn Da are

-celebrating the South Wales Valleys.

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-I was born

-near Tonypandy in Rhondda...

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-..so am excited to join Yvonne as

-she sees what the area has to offer.

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-Marian Roberts was born in Ystrad

-Rhondda and still lives there.

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-Until recently, she was head teacher

-at Ysgol Gymraeg Bodringallt.

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-She's seen a growth in the language

-but the demise of the coal industry.

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-We start

-in the Rhondda Heritage Park...

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-..that is important to the local

-area's history and landscape.

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-Porth is the gateway

-to the South Wales Valleys.

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-It's where Rhondda Fach

-and Rhondda Fawr meet.

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-It's at the foot of the valley but

-the basis for everything in Rhondda.

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-The Rhondda Heritage Park

-is a museum.

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-Children can visit a recreated

-street from the coal mining era...

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-..and view the lack of facilities

-in the homes of the miners...

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-..and see how people lived.

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-There's also shops.

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-It's great that the children can

-visit these homes and shops...

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-..to see how they differ

-from the present day.

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-Our next stop was the Cambrian

-Lakeside in the Clydach Vale.

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-There's a centre for rugby, football

-and sport and a lake for wildlife.

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-This is a beautiful place

-and it's ideal if you want to relax.

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-Yes, and I love coming here

-and walking around the lake.

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-My grandsons and I feed the ducks

-and enjoy the surroundings.

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-It's a great way to introduce

-children to various wildlife.

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-The Cambrian Lakeside

-has a tragic history.

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-Yes, there was an explosion

-at the local colliery in 1965.

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-Some 31 men were killed

-and I still remember the tragedy...

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-..but the area has moved on and

-this site brings people together.

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-Locals walk here with their dogs,

-have a chat and go to the cafe.

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-I'm one member of the team and have

-worked part-time for many years.

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-It's a great place for food and

-there's a sports centre nearby.

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-It's a busy place that hosts

-a number of activities.

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-Four miles from the Cambrian

-sits the heights of Penrhys.

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-The views from this spot

-are quite incredible.

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-Yes, I wanted you

-to see these views.

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-We're in Rhondda Fach

-but you can see Rhondda Fawr...

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-..Tonypandy, Trealaw, Llwynypia,

-Ystrad, Ton Pentre and Gelli.

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-Penrhys dates back

-to the Middle Ages.

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-There's a nearby statue

-that was destroyed by Henry VIII...

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-..and we also have a holy well

-called St Mary's Well.

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-the biggest town in Rhondda.

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-the biggest town in Rhondda.

-

-Yes, and this is the Park and Dare

-Theatre so let's go inside.

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-Yes, and this is the Park and Dare

-Theatre so let's go inside.

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-The theatre was funded by miners.

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-They gave a penny out of every pound

-of their wages to build the theatre.

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-The miners were from the

-Park Colliery and Dare Colliery.

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-It's certainly a beautiful part

-of the country.

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-I'm sure many of our viewers

-were given a pet for Christmas.

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-But what will the new pets

-need over the coming months?

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-Meleri Tweed is here

-with all of the answers.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-What should people do?

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-There are many things

-to think about.

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-The Christmas period has passed and

-everyone is back into their routine.

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-Many people have received pets

-as Christmas gifts.

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-You need good routines

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-The vaccinations should be started

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-The vaccinations should be started

-

-..in order for dogs

-to be taken for a walk.

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-..in order for dogs

-to be taken for a walk.

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-You take pets to the vet for

-vaccinations as soon as possible.

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-You shouldn't take a dog for a walk

-until they receive a vaccination.

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-You'll also need advice on worming,

-fleas and neutering.

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-A daily routine is also essential.

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-There needs to be plenty

-of time for exercise.

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-Christmas is usually very busy.

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-We used to have problems when we had

-to leave Mai at home alone.

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-You should not leave a dog

-for longer than four hours...

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-..but four hours

-is too long for a small dog.

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-They need company as young animals.

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-A friend, neighbour or relative

-can spend time with a pet.

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-You can also pay people

-to care for your dog.

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-Problems start through a lack

-of training and lack of exercise.

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-These problems can include excessive

-barking, destroying things...

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-You should take pets for training

-to meet other animals.

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-You should take pets for training

-to meet other animals.

-

-They can also learn some tricks

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-They can also learn some tricks

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-enjoy your pet as a new friend.

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-enjoy your pet as a new friend.

-

-If you have rescue a dog,

-what should you do?

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-If you have rescue a dog,

-what should you do?

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-You should arrange a visit

-with the vet in this case.

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-Mai and Chip are both rescue dogs.

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-The problems aren't always obvious

-in the rescue centres.

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-Problems may arise in the home.

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-Every dog over eight weeks old

-will need to be microchipped...

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-..by the 6 April 2016.

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-If you purchase a dog

-from a breeder...

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-..it should have already

-been microchipped.

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-If your dog hasn't been

-microchipped, there's a 500 fine.

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-The details on the database will

-need to be correct and up to date.

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-A change of owner, telephone number

-or address needs to be updated.

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-The fine will also be applied

-if the details are different.

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-You have to contact the company

-to change these important details.

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-The microchip is an easy procedure

-and is like a normal vaccination.

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-The cost varies in different vets.

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-If you have any worries,

-make sure you speak to your vet.

0:34:570:35:02

-Huw returns with more denim for us

-in a few minutes.

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-We close today's programme on the

-Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw...

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-..and we're looking at denim today.

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-Yes, we have more denim.

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-We've seen a variety

-of different styles already.

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-Angelica is our first model.

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-With Angelica,

-we're going to be looking at skirts.

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-Longer denim skirts

-will be quite tight and narrow.

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-You need to take someone with you

-when buying a denim skirt.

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-You may be able to see your

-underwear through the buttons.

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-This skirt will lose colour

-over time.

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-You should read

-what it says on the label.

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-In my shop,

-I have light furniture...

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-..and you can see the marks after

-people have worn indigo jeans.

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-I've teamed the skirt

-with a white blouse and a coat.

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-I think women look great

-in a white shirt and necklace.

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-Denim can occasionally be

-colourless, but this is great.

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-I promised you

-some dungarees earlier.

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-These have a 1970 style.

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-Sian used to have a pair of these.

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-The dungarees are also 49.50

-from Limited Edition.

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-Limited Edition is a label

-within Marks and Spencer.

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-There's something tongue and cheek

-about these dungarees.

0:38:230:38:30

-Ruby is crossing her legs

-for a reason.

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-These dungarees are very short.

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-They can look short,

-depending on your height.

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-Our models are 5'8" and taller.

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-Don't be fooled when you

-try these on in the shop.

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-Ruby's jacket is 29.50

-from Marks and Spencer.

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-This dark jacket is very fashionable

-as its sport chic.

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-These shoes are for those

-who like comfortable shoes.

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-They look great

-with the rest of the outfit.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-There's nothing different

-about this outfit...

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-..apart from the fact that the cut

-on these jeans are back in fashion.

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-These are a bootleg.

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-The skinny jeans are great

-for plus size girls.

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-They look great in a dark colour.

-I've teamed them with wedges.

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-You don't always have to wear boots

-with them...

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-..but don't wear stilettos

-with them.

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-They only look great

-with chunky shoes.

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-You can wear denim at any age.

0:40:480:40:58

-Sylvia from

-our reception still wears them...

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-..and she always gets compliments.

0:41:060:41:09

-Tomorrow, there's another jam-packed

-programme from 2.00pm.

0:41:100:41:15

-Sian James : O'r Streic i'r Senedd

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:150:41:19

-The documentary is about the life

-of the former MP, Sian James.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Today on Prynhawn Da, Huw Fash is here with fashion advice and Dr Ann is in the surgery. Huw Fash fydd yma gyda'i gyngor ffasiwn a bydd Dr Ann yn agor drysau'r syrjeri.


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