Thu, 26 Nov 2015 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 26 Nov 2015

Helen Humphreys fydd yma gyda'i chyngor ffasiwn - esgidiau parti ac esgidiau fflat fydd yn cael ei sylw hi heddiw. Helen Humphreys is here with fashion advice and Dr Ann is in t...


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Thursday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment,

-Casia Williams chats with us...

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-..about how Oxfam

-is tackling climate change.

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-Welcome to the programme, Casia.

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-Thank you.

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-This is what else

-we have for you today.

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-There's more Christmas gift ideas

-and today, we look at gadgets.

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-Dr Ann discusses

-polymyalgia rheumatica...

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-..a condition that causes pain

-and discomfort in your muscles.

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-We hear about a special New Zealand

-rugby shirt owned by Geraint Price.

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-Tom Hanks and Johnny Depp

-have new films in the cinemas...

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-..and Lowri Cooke

-casts her eye over these new films.

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-We'll close the programme

-with a studio full of shoes.

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-Christmas gift ideas,

-health, rugby, films and fashion.

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-You can enjoy all this

-on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start by discussing

-the treat of climate change...

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-..with Casia Williams from Oxfam.

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-Investigations show that

-the global surface temperature...

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-..has risen by one degree since

-the turn of the 19th century...

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-..and 2015 has been the hottest year

-on record.

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-A new campaign starts this weekend

-in Cardiff...

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-..that aims to tackle the problem

-of climate change.

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-Welcome to the programme, Casia.

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-Thank you.

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-Why is climate change a threat?

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-Global warming is a massive threat.

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-We're burning more fossil fuels.

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-This is causing more and more

-carbon dioxide.

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-This is having an effect

-on our weather.

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-It means you could have

-flash floods...

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-..and a whole lot more.

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-Next week, there's a massive

-conference in Paris...

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-..all about global warming.

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-Leaders from across the world...

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-..will meet with the hope of keeping

-the temperature rise...

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-..to under two degrees Celsius.

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-Why is the two degrees Celsius

-so important?

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-If it goes any higher than that...

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-..then it will have an integral

-effect on the planet.

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-This is more than just Wales.

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-This will effect the whole world.

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-Tell us more about the

-event in Cardiff.

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-Oxfam Cymru has an event...

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-..starting behind John Lewis

-at 1.30pm.

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-We'll cycle to the Senedd Building

-in Cardiff Bay.

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-This is going to be the site

-of a special rally.

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-Everyone is going to speak out

-about global warming.

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-Events will take place in other

-parts of the world on Saturday.

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-There will be other events

-around the world.

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-There are events in London,

-Edinburgh, New York...

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-..and all across the world.

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-We want to show politicians...

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-..that there is a global problem.

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-Who will be taking part

-in the rally?

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-Many are taking part

-in the rally on Saturday.

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-We've got the former Children's Poet

-Laureate of Wales...

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-..Aneirin Karadog.

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-We've also got other poets and

-various choirs.

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-Elen Jones from Fairtrade in Wales

-will also be there.

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-We hope to inspire the people

-who come to see us.

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-What time does it start?

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-The bike ride starts at 1.30pm

-behind John Lewis in Cardiff.

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-Thank you, Casia.

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-There's an auction at Morriston

-golf club at 7.00pm tonight.

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-It's 10 a ticket

-to include a buffet.

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-Proceeds go towards

-the restoration of the organ...

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-..at Seion Newydd Chapel

-in Morriston.

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-Thanks for contacting us to promote

-your event.

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-We're always happy to advertise

-your events on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's a busy time of year in Wales.

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-Next, we've got some gadgets

-with Glen.

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-Welcome to the programme, Glen.

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-Thank you.

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-All week, Prynhawn Da is offering

-an array of gift ideas...

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-..and today, we're focusing

-on gadgets for all ages.

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-There's less than a month

-until Christmas.

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-I hope these gadgets inspire people.

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-I wanted to start with a touch

-of magic.

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-There's the My Mystery UFO.

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-This does actually fly!

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-Let me show you.

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-I hope you can see that at home.

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-It's a party trick!

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-It makes people talk and children

-can show their parents.

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-I don't want to show you

-how it's done!

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-The My Mystery UFO is 7.99

-from www.menkind.co.uk

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-It comes with a DVD too.

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-It shows you an array of tricks.

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-What do we have next?

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-I know a lot of people

-who want a GoPro for Christmas.

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-It's a camera

-that can go on your bike or head.

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-It records your experiences.

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-GoPro is very expensive.

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-Asda has a rip-off of the GoPro.

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-The Action KitVision camera

-is 29.00 from Asda.

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-It's cheaper and the camera

-isn't as good quality.

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-Let's move for younger children.

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-The Disney Princesses camera

-is 14.00 from Asda.

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-The Spiderman camera

-is 14.00 from Asda.

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-These cameras are a great way

-to record a child's first holiday.

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-A child will enjoy those.

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-Children will love that.

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-Next, we've got Prism speakers.

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-The speaker will light

-an entire room.

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-It will create a great atmosphere.

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-Will the colour change with music?

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-The speakers and lights responds

-to the music.

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-The Prism speaker is 24.99

-from Argos.

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-We've got more speakers.

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-They are water dancing.

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-These respond to the music.

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-Let me play Eden and Paid a Bod Ofn.

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-The speaker responds to the music.

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-The RED5 Water Dancing Speakers

-are 14.99 from Argos.

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-I'm sure you will get a lot

-of use from it.

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-I would enjoy watching that.

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-Next, we've got a hand boiler.

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-You can pick it up.

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-The hand boiler is 4.99

-from www.menkind.co.uk

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-Place your hand where the liquid

-is sitting.

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-I don't know the purpose of it.

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-It's meant to deal with a theory

-called Charle's Law.

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-It's just a bit of fun.

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-It's good to have these random

-things for Christmas.

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-The Coin Sorting Jar is 16.99

-from www.menkind.co.uk

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-This is good for saving money

-after Christmas.

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-You can add some of the coins

-to the machine.

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-It separates the coins...

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-..into various sections.

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-It also records the amount that

-you've saved.

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-The Coin Sorting Jar is 16.99

-from www.menkind.co.uk

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-There's one more thing.

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-The Credit Card Power Bank

-is 12.99 from www.menkind.co.uk

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-It's a charger that you can carry

-with you.

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-Thank you, Glen.

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-After the break, we open the doors

-of our surgery with Dr Ann.

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-Today, we answer a viewer's request

-about polymyalgia rheumatica.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time to open the doors of

-Prynhawn Da's weekly surgery...

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-..with Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dr Ann.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, we're focusing on a condition

-called polymyalgia rheumatica...

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-..following a request by Jean

-Margaret Williams from Aberdare.

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-First, you'd like to concentrate

-on acne and a tragic story...

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-..about the side effects of a drug

-that's used to treat the condition.

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-A young lady from Anglesey

-features in the story.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-Elin Rowlands has been using

-the drug...

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-..and 92% of her pancreas

-was removed.

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-This drug is the last resort...

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-..after various creams.

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-You wouldn't take this drug

-if you're pregnant.

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-It's a form of vitamin A.

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-Those with diabetes

-should avoid it too.

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-Having said that,

-this drug is very effective.

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-Lowri who reviews the films

-has used it.

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-It has been effective for her.

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-This lady was very unlucky.

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-Today, we're focusing on a condition

-called polymyalgia rheumatica.

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-Today, we're focusing on a condition

-called polymyalgia rheumatica...

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-..following a request by Jean

-Margaret Williams from Aberdare.

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-What is polymyalgia rheumatica?

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-Polymyalgia rheumatica or PMR

-is a condition...

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-..that causes pain, stiffness

-and inflammation in the muscles...

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-..around the shoulders,

-neck and hips.

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-Polymyalgia rheumatica is

-more common in women than in men.

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-Polymyalgia rheumatica

-is age-related.

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-The majority of people who are

-diagnosed with the condition...

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-..are over 70 years of age.

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-The main symptom

-of polymyalgia rheumatica...

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-..is stiffness in the muscles

-first thing in the morning...

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-..and it usually lasts

-for about 45 minutes.

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-There's a lot of things

-that you will struggle to do.

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-What causes this?

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-The direct cause of

-polymyalgia rheumatica is unknown.

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-It's related to

-auto-immune diseases.

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-Polymyalgia rheumatica

-can be difficult to diagnose...

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-..as its symptoms are similar

-to those of other conditions.

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-This condition comes from nowhere.

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-It can resemble the flu.

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-How is it treated?

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-This can only be treated

-by steroids.

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-You will have to take them

-for a few years...

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-..and gradually reduce the dose

-over a number of years.

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-Around one in five people

-with polymyalgia rheumatica...

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-..develop a more serious condition

-called giant cell arteritis...

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-..which can cause inflammation

-in the arteries of the head or neck.

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-Giant cell arteritis requires

-immediate medical assistance.

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-Without prompt treatment...

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-..giant cell arteritis can cause

-permanent visual impairment.

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-It's important to check your sight..

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-..and see if you have

-a severe headache.

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-You will feel very ill if you have

-giant cell arteritis.

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-You will suffer from a lot of pain

-when you have this condition.

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-Physiotherapy can also help.

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-You can take paracetamol to help.

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-However,

-steroids is the only answer.

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-Older people should take care as it

-could incur osteoporosis.

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-Contact us if you have

-any medical dilemmas.

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-After the break, Geraint Price

-from Hendy rugby club...

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-..reveals the mystery behind

-an All Blacks shirt from 1924.

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-Lowri Cooke tells us about Bridge

-of Spies and other cinema releases.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Sports memorabilia

-can be very valuable.

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-Imagine the shock on the faces of

-the members of Hendy rugby club...

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-..when a shirt

-won by George Nepia...

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-..in the first test between

-Wales and New Zealand in 1924...

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-..was advertised as a lot

-in an auction in Cardiff.

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-The shirt was still in a cabinet

-on the wall of the club in Hendy!

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-Who owned the original shirt?

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-Geraint Price joins us

-to tell us more about the story.

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-Welcome to the programme, Geraint.

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-Tell us the story.

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-George Nepia was a famous Maori.

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-He was from New Zealand...

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-..and he was one of the first Maoris

-to play for New Zealand.

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-They toured Wales in the 1920s.

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-They played in Swansea.

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-They did the traditional haka...

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-..and George Nepia

-was the one at the forefront.

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-My grandfather

-was quite the character.

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-David Hiddlestone

-was my grandfather's name.

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-He was playing for the Welsh team

-against New Zealand.

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-He decided to do

-an arrival war dance.

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-The union at the time thought this

-was the wrong thing to do.

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-This was the first time

-New Zealand had beaten Wales.

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-George Nepia saw the funny side

-of this dance.

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-The union said that my grandfather

-wouldn't play for Wales ever again.

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-He never did.

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-My grandfather was 34 at the time...

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-..and his rugby career

-was coming to the end.

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-George Nepia

-gave my grandfather his shirt...

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-..as a thanks for his war dance.

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-That shirt had been in Hendy

-for many years.

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-It has been in Hendy Rugby Club

-since it was built in the 1960s.

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-This was one of the first things

-to be exhibited there.

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-Let's see a clip from a special

-programme about your family.

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-Legendary players are born

-as opposed to being made.

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-Terry Price's family

-had a background in rugby.

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-His grandfather, Dai Hiddlestone...

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-..played for Wales

-and was a local hero.

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-The most important man in our life

-was our grandfather.

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-He had played for Wales and

-captained Llanelli and Neath.

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-He was a local hero.

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-Who owned the other shirt?

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-Johnson had played against

-New Zealand earlier in the tour.

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-They thought this shirt...

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-..was taken from the game

-where my grandfather played.

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-A player was injured

-during the game...

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-..and someone had to play in the

-same position as George Nepia.

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-We decided, after seeing the

-chairman of the club...

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-..that it would be difficult

-to get insurance for the jersey.

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-My grandfather's jersey was lost

-in the fire at Neath Rugby Club.

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-Thank you, Geraint.

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-Next, we enter the world of the

-silver screen with Lowri Cooke.

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-She's looking at three films today

-and we start with Bridge of Spies.

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-The Soviet spy they caught.

-They want you to defend him.

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-Here's the indictment.

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-Well... I'm not sure

-I want to pick that up.

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-The accused

-doesn't know any lawyers.

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-Federal court

-tossed it into our lap.

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-The bar committee took a vote

-and you're the unanimous choice.

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-American justice

-will be put on trial.

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-Of course, when you put it that way

-it's an honour to be asked...

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-..but I'm an insurance lawyer, I

-haven't done criminal work in years.

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-That was a clip of Bridge of Spies,

-the new film starring Tom Hanks.

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-Lowri Cooke joins us now.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-I have three great films for you

-today.

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-Tom Hanks is fantastic in this film.

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-He plays serious roles these days.

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-This is a true story.

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-Bridge of Spies is a film

-set during the Cold War.

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-The Soviet Union captures U.S. pilot

-Francis Gary Powers...

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-..after shooting down

-his U-2 spy plane.

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-After being sentenced

-to 10 years in prison...

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-..Francis Gary Powers' only hope is

-the New York lawyer, James Donovan.

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-There was an incredible paranoia

-at the time.

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-James Donovan also helped

-the character of Rudolf Abel...

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-..who was a Russian spy.

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-James wanted to save his life...

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-..to guarantee the life of an

-American solider would be saved.

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-I went to see a preview of this film

-with my father.

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-I didn't understand the difficulty

-they faced to save these spies.

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-Tom Hanks plays the role of

-New York lawyer, James Donovan...

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-..who is recruited by a CIA

-operative to negotiate a release.

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-Donovan boards the plane

-to Berlin...

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-..hoping to win the young man's

-freedom through prisoner exchange.

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-The next film is Black Mass.

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-Take the money and keep your mouth

-shut about what you just heard.

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-Take the money, take the money,

-take the money.

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-OK.

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-So I should go now?

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-Yes, you should go.

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-Thank you.

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-You're welcome.

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-Tell us more about Black Mass.

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-I didn't realize

-that was Johnny Depp.

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-Johnny Depp is unrecognizable

-in the film.

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-He has the opportunity

-in this film...

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-..to play one of the best roles

-of his career.

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-Irish gangster James 'Whitey' Bulger

-played by Johnny Depp...

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-..continues to pursue a life

-of crime in 1970s Boston.

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-He was a psychopath.

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-He lived in Boston for 30 years.

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-Whitey is convinced

-by FBI agent John Connolly...

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-..to help the agency

-fight the Italian Mob.

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-You may remember the film,

-The Departed.

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-This film

-was inspired by this story.

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-Johnny Depp, as the gangster,

-is great in this.

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-Benedict Cumberbatch

-is also in this film.

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-This film is quite scary.

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-Next, we have

-the film called, Carol.

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-This film may win Oscars.

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-Cate Blanchett

-is great in this film.

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-Therese Belivet

-played by Rooney Mara...

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-..spots the beautiful Carol

-played by Cate Blanchett...

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-..examining the doll displays in a

-1950s Manhattan department store.

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-The women develop a fast bond,

-that turns into love...

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-..with complicated consequences.

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-This reminds us of how things have

-changed.

0:34:570:35:02

-After the break, we're treading

-the Prynhawn Da catwalk...

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-..as Helen Humphreys

-looks at an array of shoes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-On tonight's Heno,

-Elin Fflur is in Gaerwen...

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-..to celebrate the birthday

-of the Anglesey Youth Choir.

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-Our studio guest is the most

-famous actor from Anglesey.

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-It's Mr Picton or John Pierce Jones.

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-We also visit Barmouth as the town

-has a wonderful Christmas advert.

0:35:410:35:46

-Join Angharad at 7.00pm

-for tonight's Heno.

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-It's time for a spot of fashion and

-Helen is focusing on shoes today.

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-Welcome to the programme, Helen.

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-We have a variety of shoes.

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-Women love shoes.

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-On bad days,

-women love to buy shoes.

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-We're looking at shoes

-for Christmas.

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-We have Ffion.

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-These black shoes can be worn

-with or without tights.

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-The shoes are from Red Herring

-at Debenhams which cost 39.

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-There's sparkle on the shoes

-and the heels.

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-These will feel safer

-due to the straps around the ankles.

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-If you wear thick black tights,

-you won't see the straps.

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-You want to make your legs

-look longer...

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-..and you will get that with

-tights.

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-These are ideal for a party.

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-Next, we have Emma.

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-Emma is wearing

-a simple black and white dress.

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-These shoes can be worn

-on Christmas Day.

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-The shoes are from New Look

-which cost 11.50 in the sale.

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-Most of the shoes we have today

-are in the sale.

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-You could buy these now

-and wear them next year.

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-These shoes will suit any age.

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-They would also look great

-with trousers.

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-These are classic heels.

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-There's an array of shoes

-in the studio too.

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-Yes, we have a variety of shoes

-around us.

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-These shoes are great to wear

-if you are expecting guests.

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-These are from Marks and Spencer.

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-You might not want to wear heels.

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-You will find a variety

-of these shoes in the shops.

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-These are simple.

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-You will find these shoes

-in Marks and Spencer.

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-A classic shoe can be worn

-with a variety of items.

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-You can also wear shoe boots

-with tights.

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-They look great

-and are also practical.

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-Ffion has changed.

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-These pink shoes are great.

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-This pair from River Island

-costs 35 in the sale.

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-If you wear black, the pink shoes

-will make a statement.

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-Black is a safe colour for parties.

0:40:470:40:51

-Emma is returning with another pair

-of shoes.

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-These are large shoes.

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-The heels are very sparkly

-and will look great on young people.

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-Emma is doing well in these shoes.

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-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:180:41:21

-Rhodri Gomer looks at the boxing

-legends of Swansea and Llanelli.

0:41:220:41:27

-There's also your last chance

-to enter Mwy Neu Lai...

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-..before our Christmas Cracker

-Competition starts next week.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Helen Humphreys fydd yma gyda'i chyngor ffasiwn - esgidiau parti ac esgidiau fflat fydd yn cael ei sylw hi heddiw. Helen Humphreys is here with fashion advice and Dr Ann is in the surgery.


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