Thu, 25 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 25 May 2017

Byddwn yn trafod alergeddau'r haf, a bwydo fydd yn cael y sylw yn ein cyfres 'Y Babis'. We'll discuss summer allergies and focus on weaning and feeding your baby.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-on this warm day.

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-Today, we welcome Sarah Louise

-and Nora back to the studio...

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-..to discuss baby feeding.

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-We've got all this for you

-over the next hour.

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-The hot, sunny weather is a great

-excuse to buy some summer attire.

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-Huw is here with a few ideas.

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-Dr Ann is here with advice on how to

-deal with a bee and jellyfish sting.

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-Catrin casts her eye over articles

-in this month's Y Wawr magazine.

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-And we continue our series on walks

-with a trip to Ystradfellte.

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-There's plenty of variety for you

-from magazines, walks and advice.

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-Stay tuned to Sian and myself.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Sarah Louise and her daughter, Nora

-are back to discuss feeding babies.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Thank you.

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-Nora is familiar with the studio.

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-She's started to walk.

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-She's the boss now!

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-Let's start with feeding.

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-Many mothers will try to breastfeed

-at the start.

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-If you can do it, carry on,

-if not, stop trying.

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-As long as they get fed.

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-Give it a try but if

-it doesn't work out use a bottle.

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-Women feel a certain pressure

-to do it.

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-Many mothers go back to work early

-and still breastfeed.

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-I breastfed Nora for eight months.

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-Every child and parent is different.

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-Whatever suits you.

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-Sioned Lewis has contacted us and

-her son, Harri is nine months old.

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-She started feeding him

-solid foods after five months.

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-Sioned found it difficult

-to know how much to give Harri.

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-How much food should you give?

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-You should feed them

-until they full and happy.

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-Solid foods can be more challenging.

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-For breakfast make a bowl

-of porridge...

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-..that's the size of your hand.

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-When Nora was six months I fed her

-half of this jar twice a day...

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-..and half of this pouch.

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-I would give a whole jar or pouch

-at nine months.

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-It depends how busy the child is.

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-If they start walking or crawling,

-they burn calories.

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-They burn off more calories

-as they get busier and older.

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-They need more food then.

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-Some mothers think they have to feed

-their little ones three times a day.

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-They should graze

-throughout the day though.

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-These foods can be expensive,

-but you can make them yourself.

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-Some baby foods can be expensive.

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-Try to make homemade foods.

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-I've got a blender.

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-Throw some fruit into a blender,

-chill or freeze it.

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-Many babies

-prefer the jarred foods.

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-I'm enjoying myself watching Nora.

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-There are also snacks.

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-Many mothers think they have

-to feed their babies...

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-..with fruit and

-vegetables at all times.

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-She can see that!

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-But some of these jars have some

-lovely puddings.

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-Here's another question

-from Nicolle Evans.

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-I'm the mother of Rory

-who is five months old.

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-I'm worried he'll choke on his food

-if isn't mashed up properly.

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-What's your advice on this?

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-I know many mothers

-who try to wean babies.

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-You need to know what to do

-if they choke.

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-Lie your baby on an angle.

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-Tap their backs firmly.

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-Don't stick your fingers

-down their throats.

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-Babies also have good reflexes.

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-Thank you, Sarah.

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-Let's head to Huw

-in the fashion corner.

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-He's been busy shopping all morning.

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-There are plenty of collections

-in the shops now.

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-The sun's out

-and it's a Bank Holiday weekend.

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-It's time for a barbecue or a party.

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-I'm going to sit next to Huw.

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-I've got some colourful,

-summery clothes.

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-They are comfortable but smart.

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-They are perfect

-for a sophisticated barbecue.

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-We start with Christine.

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-Christine's clothes are from

-Principles and Debenhams.

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-There's plenty of stretch

-in the dress.

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-Debenhams has a 25% off sale

-at the moment.

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-The dress is 39.20 from Principles.

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-The dress is also in the sale.

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-It dries easily and

-is machine washable.

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-There's also a cardigan

-in case it gets cold.

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-The bag is a great match too.

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-A bag is handy when cramming

-everything into it...

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-..for a day out in the sunshine.

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-The shoes are flat and comfortable.

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-They are also sturdy.

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-Catherine is next.

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-Catherine can cope with wearing

-wedges like this!

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-Denim is popular.

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-The indigo is fashionable.

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-The dress looks like denim

-but is a jersey material.

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-It's a tunic dress that will

-look great the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-Just add some beads to it.

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-I went shopping this morning

-and I couldn't carry all the bags!

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-Metallic is another

-popular colour this season.

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-Let's welcome Justine.

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-Justine's outfit is from Monsoon.

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-We've gone more sophisticated

-with her look.

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-Monsoon is a little more expensive.

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-You could wear this dress

-with a hatinator.

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-We've got a large colourful bag.

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-This is a great look

-to wear with a t-shirt.

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-The footwear is comfortable.

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-Many men like this flat daps.

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-I love summer clothes.

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-It's great to see

-that the sun's out!

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-After the break,

-we join Dr Ann in the surgery.

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-She discusses stings

-from bees and jellyfish.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open the doors

-of our surgery with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We look at ways to treat

-insect bites and stings.

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-Every insect bite or sting

-is different.

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-They are all painful.

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-We also get bites or stings

-at this time of year.

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-Jellyfish are everywhere

-at the moment.

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-You can see footage

-of one in Aberystwyth.

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-I wouldn't like to be

-in the water with that!

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-They are massive.

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-You don't realize

-that they are there.

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-They've got tentacles.

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-If it touches something

-then it will protect itself.

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-There are bulbs on it

-that release poison.

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-This poison burns.

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-Don't splash in the water

-if you've been stung.

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-Grab a credit card or

-shell to pull it off.

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-You can also use warm water.

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-You feel a burning sensation.

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-You can also go into shock.

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-Grab a bucket of water

-and some vinegar to wash the sting.

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-Grab a bucket of water

-and some vinegar to wash the sting.

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-It will feel painful for some time.

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-You can suffer from shock.

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-Many people roam the mountainside

-and get bitten from ticks.

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-They are terrible.

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-Wear your trousers in your shoes.

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-In warm weather

-you don't want to wear trousers.

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-Don't squeeze them out of the skin.

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-This device is suitable

-to use on animals.

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-Place it around the body

-of the tick and remove it.

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-That's a good little tool

-to use when out walking.

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-It's a handy device for walkers.

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-You will come out

-with a bullseye rash.

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-It can be painful.

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-You will avoid the rash if you

-remove the tick in plenty of time.

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-You can also suffer

-from Lyme Disease...

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-..if you don't take action

-immediately.

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-Who thought that something so small

-could make you feel so ill?

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-Try to avoid wearing perfume and

-wearing floral patterned clothing.

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-They attract bees and wasps.

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-Bees will die when they bite you.

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-Wasps can bite you several times.

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-Try to remove the bite

-from the skin.

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-Apply some ice to the bite.

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-The second bite can be perilous.

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-It can be dangerous for children.

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-Some children have to have treatment

-to be desensitized from these bites.

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-Some people will react badly

-to bites.

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-You can get an EpiPen.

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-There's also Deet

-that will prevent bites.

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-You can spray it on your skin

-and clothes.

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-It's great to deter wasps, bees

-and mosquitos.

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-Arnica is also a great product

-to use.

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-Happy birthday to you too!

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-We won't ask your age!

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-After the break...

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-..Catrin Reynolds browses

-through the latest magazines.

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-And we enjoy a stroll around

-Ystradfellte with Alun Wyn Bevan.

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-It's somewhere

-to visit this weekend.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Catrin Reynolds is here to discuss

-the latest copy of Y Wawr magazine.

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-Merched y Wawr

-celebrates 50 years this month.

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-Today, we're concentrating

-on Y Wawr.

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-Merched y Wawr are celebrating

-their 50th anniversary.

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-They've held a variety

-of events to celebrate.

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-Merched y Wawr hold their summer

-festival this weekend.

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-Alongside the monthly magazine,

-they've released a special edition.

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-The movement

-was founded in 1967 in Bangor.

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-They have over 200 branches

-these days.

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-There are photographs in

-the magazine of the first branches.

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-The magazine tells us about

-the history of the movement...

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-..and how the movement started.

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-It also tells us of the changes over

-the past 50 years.

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-This edition focuses on volunteers

-and some of the faithful members.

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-The articles in this edition look at

-many different aspects.

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-They were established to save the

-Welsh language.

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-There's a lovely photo

-of Dr Elin Jones.

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-There's a lovely photo

-of Dr Elin Jones.

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-The first article

-is by Dr Elin Jones.

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-She comments on her life

-throughout the period.

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-She looks at the decades

-of women's history since 1967.

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-Dr Elin mentions that the movement

-was established...

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-..during a very exciting period.

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-Dr Elin was in college at the time

-and remembers changes in society.

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-Women's role in society changed

-during that period.

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-Dr Elin looks back at the period...

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-..and draws attention to the face

-that women's rights have changed...

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-..which inspired the movement to

-battle on.

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-It was a time where there were many

-protests and campaigning...

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-..for Cymdeithas yr Iaith and the

-Suffragettes campaigning.

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-She has fond memories

-of Merched y Wawr.

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-Women are just as eager these days

-as they were in the beginning.

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-There's a lot to fight for.

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-Prynhawn Da viewers are familiar

-with Gareth Richards.

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-They even say that Gareth

-is their favourite chef.

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-They've put that in print.

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-In this edition, he gives ideas

-on what to prepare...

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-..for a celebratory golden

-anniversary tea.

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-I'm sure we can all imagine Gareth

-having fun with the ladies.

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-There's a wide variety

-in the magazine.

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-The monthly addition

-has also been released this month.

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-There's a wide variety

-in this magazine.

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-There's also an article

-from Nia Jones.

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-Nia is a hairdresser

-and has tips for spring.

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-She tells us what we should consider

-when colouring and cutting our hair.

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-She tells us what shampoo to wear

-and how to dry our hair properly.

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-I'm looking forward to seeing

-the Merched y Wawr members...

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-..with their colourful hair

-in the Eisteddfod.

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-We had pink hair

-on the programme yesterday!

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-Nia also reminds us that

-hairstylists are not wizards.

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-This is wonderful advice.

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-There's also a member story

-in the magazine.

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-The member has received

-a lung transplant.

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-The story is that of Linda Jones.

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-She wants to give back

-to the community.

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-Everyone will be pleased

-by something in the magazine.

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-Happy birthday to the movement.

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-Today's the hottest day of the year.

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-It topped 20C in the car

-at 8.30am this morning!

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-It's the hottest days in May

-since records began.

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-It's the perfect excuse

-to enjoy some fresh air.

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-Let's visit Ystradfellte in the

-Vale of Neath with Alun Wyn Bevan.

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-The Brecon Beacons.

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-Dyfed Elis Gruffydd thinks

-it's the most magical area in Wales.

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-He's full of information

-about the secrets of the stones.

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-In the midst of the barren mountains

-are two substantial standing stones.

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-Dyfed tells us more

-about the Maen Madog stone.

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-We're standing on Sarn Helen,

-one of the Roman roads in Wales.

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-It linked the three forts of Neath,

-Coelbren and another near Brecon.

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-As well as the Romans, there's an

-incredible slab of red sandstone.

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-The majority of this area

-is comprised of red sandstone rocks.

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-It's interesting to find Latin text

-inscribed on the stone...

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-..that mark the death of Dervacus.

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-Dervacus wasn't a Roman because

-the Romans had left the area...

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-..by the time of this inscription.

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-As far as we're aware, the stone has

-nothing to do with Sarn Helen...

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-..and we don't know anything

-about Dervacus either...

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-..but the stone states that

-this is his final resting place.

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-Young people follow this path

-for twelve months of the year.

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-This group from Eastbourne...

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-..are doing a practical exam

-for a Duke of Edinburgh Award.

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-Maen Llia sits near the main road

-that leads to the Senni Valley.

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-It's one of the most striking

-standing stones in Wales.

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-This is a whopper of a piece

-of the local red sandstone.

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-This stone differs

-from the local red sandstone...

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-..so we know that it is from

-North Wales.

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-I'm certain that this stone

-was brought here...

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-..as a result of the Ice Age

-about 20,000 years ago.

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-It's thought to have been erected

-by those who lived in the area...

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-..as the stone is thought

-to belong to the Early Bronze Age.

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-It was erected by the people

-of the Bronze Age...

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-..some 3,500 to 4,000 years ago.

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-This means that the stone

-has nothing to do with Sarn Helen...

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-..which is the Roman road.

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-This stone is much older

-than this Roman road.

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-Wales is a country where hundreds

-of thousands of valleys meet.

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-The valley of Afon Llia

-slowly melts away...

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-..and leads into

-the glorious Senni Valley.

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-We've left the valley of Afon Llia

-and are in the Senni Valley.

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-It's one of the prettiest valleys

-in Wales.

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-I have fond memories of studying

-this area during the 1960s.

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-This is a classic example

-of a valley...

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-..that was widened and deepened

-by the erosive power of glaciers.

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-Some 20,000 years ago, this area

-was under a thick layer of ice.

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-A glacier filled this valley and

-went as far as the Vale of Usk...

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-..where Sennybridge stands today.

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-A lovely area.

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-Llinos from Heno has joined us.

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-What delights are on Heno at 7.00pm?

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-My studio guest this evening will be

-the presenter, Martyn Geraint.

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-We look ahead to the Eisteddfod.

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-He's going to be the chairman

-on Thursday.

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-This week, we hear from five author

-nominated for a Tir na n-Og award.

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-Tonight, we hear from Luned Aaron.

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-The Free Masons

-are a part of our lives.

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-The society is celebrating

-300 years with a special series.

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-Rhodri has been to meet some of

-the members appearing in the show.

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-I hope he finds out some answers.

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-I can't wait to find out more.

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-In the final part

-of today's programme...

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-..Huw returns

-with more summer fashion.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-We close the programme

-on the Prynhawn Da catwalk with Huw.

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-It's as warm inside

-as it is outside!

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-It's too warm!

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-Remind us of today's theme, Huw.

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-Everyone has the

-Bank Holiday weekend off...

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-..and the Eisteddfod

-takes place next week.

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-The weather might change again.

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-Our first model is Justine.

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-I love the sophisticated colours

-of this top.

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-You can wear it

-as a strapless top...

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-..or you can pull the sides up.

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-Denim is very fashionable.

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-The jeans are 21 from Red Herring.

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-The ripped jeans

-look is also very popular.

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-There is a sale in Debenhams.

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-They have their Mega Week.

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-That top is very loose too

-which you want in this weather.

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-Yes you don't want to wear

-something tight when you feel warm.

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-You can find some bargains

-in the bag department.

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-You should search for swimwear

-in the sales now.

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-Our next model is Catherine.

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-This is a manmade fibre.

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-Catherine is wearing

-Catherine is going to wear the mac.

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-It's 26.24 for the coat.

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-These will be great

-in the Eisteddfod.

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-All we've done is team it

-with a vest.

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-It's 6.99 for the vest.

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-The trousers are 19.99.

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-The vests came in a variety

-of colours.

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-Catherine is wearing metallic pumps.

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-She could wear these with

-the first outfit that she wore.

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-Christine and Justine

-could also wear these shoes.

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-You need to choose items that

-you can wear with many outfits.

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-Our final model is Christine.

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-Christine is wearing denim.

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-I like Christine wearing denim.

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-Sometimes you need a light jacket.

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-It can be difficult to take

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-These are always

-at the front of the store.

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-I love the pink trousers.

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-You will wear them

-for the next few months.

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-Make sure that you wear them often.

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-Christine needs a big bag.

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-She has so many things with her.

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-That's it from us today and it's

-time for us to enjoy the sunshine.

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-Ice creams all around!

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-Prynhawn Da returns tomorrow

-with Lisa Fearn in the kitchen.

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-Lowri Cooke reviews films

-in the cinema during half term.

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-You can also win some pocket money

-in our Mwy Neu Lai quiz.

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-We also welcome our Gossip Girls.

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-The news and weather is followed

-by Tir Cymru with Iolo Williams.

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-We'll see you tomorrow, goodbye.

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Byddwn yn trafod alergeddau'r haf, a bwydo fydd yn cael y sylw yn ein cyfres 'Y Babis'. We'll discuss summer allergies and focus on weaning and feeding your baby.


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