Thu, 26 Oct 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 26 Oct 2017

Huw Fash yn y gornel ffasiwn, cyngor meddygol gan Dr Ann a Sara Manchipp fydd ein gwestai. Huw Fash has plenty of fashion tips, Dr Ann offers medical advice and Sara Manchipp is...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da,

-I hope you're all keeping well.

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-It's great to have your company

-on this Thursday.

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-Let's see

-what's on today's programme.

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-We head to the fashion corner

-with Huw.

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-Halloween is almost here and not all

-of us want to dress like a pumpkin!

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-I've got gothic-inspired fashion

-that's perfect for a posh party.

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-Dr Ann opens the doors

-of the surgery...

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-..to discuss mouth cancer

-and male sexual organs.

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-Catrin Reynolds has been looking

-through magazines articles...

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-..including a story about one of

-Wales' oldest and most haunted pub.

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-Lisa Fearn will also prepare

-Halloween treats for children.

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-Stay in our company

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme by discussing

-Talking Books Wales' new campaign...

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-..to raise the profile of

-the service among school children.

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-We're joined by the chairman of

-the charity, Sulwyn Thomas...

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-..and a regular user of the service,

-Lisa Lewis Jones.

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-Tell us more about the charity.

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-The service was established in 1979.

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-Rhian Evans appeared on

-the programme last week.

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-She got the idea for the service.

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-Talking Books Wales provides

-Welsh language audio books...

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-..for the visually impaired, blind

-or who have trouble reading print.

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-Since 1979,

-we've recorded 2,500 titles.

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-Our headquarters is in Carmarthen.

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-We need to raise money

-to continue with our service.

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-That's why we're hosting

-a new campaign.

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-Last year's campaign was a success

-but schools didn't participate.

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-This year, we've sent letters to

-every school to ask for assistance.

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-If every school raised 50,

-it would be a great help to us.

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-I've been to Towyn and Pontardawe.

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-They raised 230 in Towyn.

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-I'm sure Pontardawe will raise

-lots of money too.

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-Lisa teaches at the Welsh school

-in Pontardawe.

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-What happened there yesterday?

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-The school received an email.

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-Mr Emmanuel took up on Sulwyn's

-challenge to raise money.

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-It's all about reading.

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-The children got interested in the

-campaign to help them read more.

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-They've been sponsored to read.

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-I hope we'll raise more

-than the North Walians!

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-You have used the service yourself.

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-Yes, I'm visually impaired.

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-When you suffer with your eyes,

-it's difficult to read.

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-Technology has moved on considerably

-in the past decade.

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-However,

-there isn't a Welsh provision.

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-We still depend on this service.

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-For me, I've benifitted

-from Talking Books Wales.

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-I can choose from works by Islwyn

-Ffowc Elis and many more authors.

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-I can also opt for more modern books

-from the likes of Alun Wyn Bevan...

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-..or Mererid Hopwood.

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-It gives me an insight

-into the literary world.

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-There are so many things happening

-at the centre in Carmarthen.

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-I'm glad that

-we took over the charity.

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-It's a free service.

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-We record English books too.

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-...There's no point

-in recording books...

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-..like 50 Shades of Grey

-for our listeners.

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-We record what the readers want.

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-We no longer record

-our books on casettes.

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-We now record everything digitally

-on CDs or USBs.

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-Lisa now puts these books

-on her phone.

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-There are so many people in

-the world with visual impairments.

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-There will be a constant

-need for our service.

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-Even if technology advances,

-our service will still be popular.

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-If the service ends

-then it will be a massive blow.

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-In this current technological age,

-we still depend on volunteers.

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-Beibl.net is available

-on SoundCloud.

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-However, they don't supply books

-or novel in the same way.

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-You can get our content digitally...

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-..but it isn't read like a robot.

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-The schools have until this time

-next year to help raise funds.

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-All the information

-has been on the screen.

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-Next, it's time to head

-to the fashion corner with Huw.

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-We've got some

-gothic themed fashion.

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-Today, I've got some spooky looks.

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-The models are in black velvet,

-satin and sequins.

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-They're also wearing masks.

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-This one is great to disguise

-Margaret's late night, last night.

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-Halloween parties are upon us.

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-We normally concentrate

-on the children...

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-..but adults

-also celebrate Halloween.

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-If you don't want to dress up

-as a pumpkin...

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-..you can go for a more gothic

-or Victoriana look.

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-This velvet jacket matches the bag.

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-There are some wonderful details

-on the bag.

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-This jacket is a duster style.

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-It's a great time of year to add

-some sparkle to your outfit.

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-This mask adds a little fun

-to the outfit.

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-Do you like the mask?

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-Yes and I like the outfit.

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-The velvet jacket

-will come in handy for Christmas.

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-I like the wide leg trousers too.

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-I'm glad that she's pleased.

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-Emily is wearing a jumpsuit.

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-The lace sleeve

-is part of the outfit.

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-There's a tie at the waist.

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-These outfits can be troublesome

-on a night out.

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-You have to step out from a jumpsuit

-when you want the ladies' room!

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-It looks sophisticated.

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-This one is from Monsoon.

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-You can invest in longer-lasting

-garments in Monsoon.

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-This one won't crease if you've

-been sitting down for a while.

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-Emily's jumpsuit is from Monsoon

-and costs 79.

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-I was surprised by how reasonable

-the price of this was.

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-However, you do pay for quality.

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-I've kept the accessories simple.

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-There's a black chocker.

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-There's a black choker.

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-There's also a lace bag.

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-The shoes have tassels on the side

-to match the earrings.

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-Finally, Tanwen is

-modelling for the first time.

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-This is a young and fun look.

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-Tanwen is too sophisticated

-to dress up as a pumpkin.

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-Therefore,

-she's dressed in black instead.

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-This fur coat is great.

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-Tanwen's outfit is from H&M.

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-The jacket costs 24.99

-and the dress costs 24.99.

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-At this price,

-you can have fun with the coat.

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-There's also a pretty dress

-with lace and chiffon.

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-If you're paying 24.99 for a dress,

-you can expect it to crease!

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-Over the knee boots

-are fashionable at the moment.

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-However, you should consider

-your age and size.

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-Tanwen is the perfect candidate

-for this look.

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-Would you wear this outfit

-to a party?

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-Yes, I love the boots.

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-I might ask for some for Christmas.

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-The boots are reasonably priced

-at 45.

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-I'll have much more later on.

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-After the break, Dr Ann will be here

-to discuss male sexual health.

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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 the surgery with Dr Ann.

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-There's a new campaign

-by Welsh doctors...

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-..to offer the HPV to boys

-on the National Health Service.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-What's sparked the campaign?

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-Last weeek, there was an important

-conference about oral cancer.

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-It's on the increase in Wales.

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-It's tripled in 15 years.

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-It's caused by

-human papilloma virus.

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-Here's an image of the virus.

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-We all have this virus

-at some point.

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-But the body deals with it.

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-It can remain in the body.

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-It can cause anal warts.

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-It can also lead to cervical cancer.

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-It can lead to neck cancers too.

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-This graph has three lines.

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-It shows the increase in cancer

-in the last 15 years in Wales.

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-The yellow line

-is cervical cancer in females.

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-The next two lines

-with the back of the throat...

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-..applies to men and women.

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-It's seen more in men.

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-The HPV vaccination has been offered

-to girls aged 12 and 13 for years.

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-This started back in 2008.

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-Some 15% of girls

-can still spread the virus.

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-The increase in HPV related cancers

-is worrying.

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-This is why they want

-to vaccinate teenage boys.

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-These are steps

-to protect ourselves.

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-Men are already vaccinated

-against HPV in several countries.

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-The HPV vaccine will prevent

-a generation of young men...

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-..from developing this cancer.

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-Cost is a factor as well.

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-It would cost around 200 million

-in this country.

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-There's a strong arguement

-to introduce this vaccination...

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-..to boys.

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-The conference will be held

-later this month.

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-I appeal to viewers to speak

-to their local Assembly members...

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-..about this matter.

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-It's time for boys in this country

-to be protected from HPV.

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-I didn't hear about this issue

-until today.

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-Families who are worried should

-spread the word about this campaign.

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-The latest figures are strong too.

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-The vaccine is available privately.

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-You have to pay 200

-for the vaccination at the moment...

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-..from your GP.

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-Girls get it free already.

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-Young people

-are being educated about this.

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-It's important that they read

-more about this.

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-Many young people

-have sexual intercourse before 16.

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-This is quite alarming.

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-Thank you, Dr Ann.

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-After the break, Catrin Reynolds

-looks at this week's magazines.

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-Lisa Fearn will also prepare

-some spooky Halloween recipes.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're joined by Catrin Reynolds

-to look at this week's magazines.

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-Welcome to the studio.

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-Thank you.

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-Let's hear about the article

-from Llafar Gwlad.

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-The article is about

-the oldest pub in Wales.

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-Myrddin ap Dafydd had the chance

-to stay there back in September.

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-Llafar Gwlad has printed an article

-about the oldest pub in Wales.

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-The Skirrid Mountain Inn

-in Llanfihangel Crucorney...

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-..claims to be

-the oldest pub in Wales.

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-I'm scared of the dark

-and dislkike ghosts!

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-I don't know

-how I feel about this article!

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-The Skirrid Mountain Inn

-in Llanfihangel Crucorney...

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-..claims to be

-the oldest pub in Wales.

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-However, other pubs claim

-to be the oldest.

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-It's steep in historical

-comings and goings.

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-Owain Glyndwr is said to have

-rallied his forces in the courtyard.

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-There's a record of a court

-assembling and a hanging...

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-..as early as 1100.

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-The pub is claimed to be haunted.

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-You have to book two years

-in advance just for a weekend stay!

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-Many people stay there

-for the ghost-hunting!

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-There's a story about another pub

-that refers to Jesus Christ.

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-Myrddin discusses his experiences

-at the Skirrid Inn.

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-During Myrddin's stay,

-only one other couple stayed there.

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-They were ghost-hunting.

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-Certificates line a wall

-as proof by the BBC...

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-..that paranormal activity

-has occurred at The Skirrid Inn.

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-This couple had an app

-to hear paranormal noises.

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-Myrddin didn't get a wink of sleep!

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-There's an article about

-the Welsh rock scene in Golwg.

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-The Routines are a new band

-to the Welsh rock scene.

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-The Routines have been performing

-in England and America for years.

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-The Routines

-hail from the Caernarfon area.

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-Dion Jones is their main vocalist.

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-Dion is inspired

-by the rock scene in California.

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-Dion has performed in California

-for several months.

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-Dion was missing his home in Wales.

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-He didn't know

-if he could express himself...

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-..as well in the Welsh language and

-have the ability to pen good songs.

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-He says that he isn't a proper

-Welsh speaker, but a Cofi!

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-The Routines' latest single

-is called Arfer.

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-Their new song, Arfer is about the

-lack of opportunities in the area...

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-..and settling for what's available.

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-The song is about their frustration

-of working a 9am to 5pm job.

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-Their music

-will be uploaded online soon.

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-We move on to Cosmopolitan magazine.

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-Have you heard of the buzz cut?

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-The buzz cut is different styles

-of short or shaven hair.

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-The article is about a women

-who spent the day...

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-..having a buzz cut hairstyle

-and the response she had from it.

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-The woman writes for Cosmopolitan.

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-She wore a head cap

-that resembled this hairstyle.

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-The buzz cut is the must-have

-hair style to wear in 2017.

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-I associated this style of hair

-with Sinead O Connor.

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-She wanted to know...

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-..how people would treat her

-with this style of cut.

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-It wouldn't suit me!

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-Thank you, Catrin.

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-Halloween is upon us.

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-If you're looking for inspiration

-for some spooky recipes...

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-..here's Lisa Fearn with some ideas.

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-It's the end of October

-and it's the season of the harvest.

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-Here, I've got autumnal coloured

-foods to celebrate Halloween.

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-These will be perfect to serve

-during a half term party too.

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-Let's start by making a pumpkin soup

-using pumpkin or butternut squash.

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-If you've carved the pumpkin,

-you won't have much flesh left.

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-Therefore, I've added extra chunks

-of butternut squash to the saucepan.

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-This is a very simple

-but tasty soup to make.

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-I'm also adding regular onions

-and chopping them into small chunks.

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-Place them in the saucepan

-with some garlic puree.

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-This variety of garlic

-has been smoked to add more flavour.

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-Next, grate some fresh ginger

-and you can add as much as you want.

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-If the children don't like ginger,

-you don't have to use it.

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-Add vegetable or chicken stock

-and season with salt and pepper.

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-Leave this to boil for ten minutes

-until the ingredients are soft.

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-When it's ready,

-you'll have a fantastic soup.

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-I'm going to use a blender

-to create a smooth soup.

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-I have a tip to remove the seeds

-from the pumpkin flesh.

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-Place them in a large bowl of water

-until the seeds raise to the top.

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-You can just remove them from

-the bowl using a spoon or sieve.

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-Let's move on to the sweet treats.

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-I have a few ideas

-for the smaller children.

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-These look fantastic

-despite being healthy alternatives.

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-The kiwi fruit has been shaped

-to resemble frogs.

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-There's an apple and pink eggs.

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-Let's start with the fruit.

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-I've taken both ends off the kiwi.

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-I'm using a knife

-as it gives a neater finish.

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-Remove the skin all the way around.

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-Make four cuts in the kiwi to make

-two little frogs from one fruit.

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-Use two pieces for the bottom...

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-..and top with a slice of strawberry

-to act as the tongue.

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-Place another piece of the kiwi

-on top of the strawberry.

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-Most supermarkets sell these eyes

-to complete the frog.

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-Children can help you make these,

-as long as you cut the fruit first.

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-Next, I'm using an ordinary apple

-that's been cut in half.

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-I've cut away a piece to make room

-for these small marshmallows.

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-They look just like teeth.

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-Finish it off with a little icing

-to hold the eyes in place.

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-Let's move on to these pink eggs.

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-I purchased a jar

-of pickled beetroot.

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-Remove the beetroot and replace them

-with the boiled eggs.

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-Leave them for a few hours

-until they turn pink.

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-You can also replace the yolks

-with mayonnaise...

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-..and top them off with olives

-to make them look like eyes.

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-You can decorate seasonal pumpkins

-without carving scary shapes.

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-I purchased some coloured emulsion

-to pain these small pumpkins.

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-You can make your own toffee apples

-and dip some grapes in toffee too.

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-You could use natural sticks instead

-of lolly sticks you buy in shops.

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-However, make sure you pick

-clean ones straight from the tree.

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-It's traditional to eat sausages

-glazed with honey and sesame seeds.

0:33:440:33:50

-I've also prepared an apple

-bobbing game in a bowl of water.

0:33:500:33:56

-I've given you plenty of ideas

-for bonfire night or Halloween.

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-I hope you enjoy them.

0:34:030:34:06

-That food looked delicious.

0:34:100:34:16

-That kiwi was interesting.

0:34:160:34:18

-It's time to reveal

-what's on tonight's edition of Heno.

0:34:180:34:22

-The World Rally Championship

-has finally arrived in Wales.

0:34:230:34:26

-We'll be in the midst

-of all the excitement at Tir Prince.

0:34:260:34:30

-Daf Wyn has been to meet

-Aled Haydn Jones in London.

0:34:300:34:33

-Aled has been promoted to

-Head of Programmes at BBC Radio 1.

0:34:330:34:37

-The DJ, Bethan Elfyn

-joins Sian in the studio...

0:34:370:34:40

-..to discuss a new project

-to help new Welsh bands and artists.

0:34:400:34:43

-Don't forget

-to tune in to Heno at 7.00pm.

0:34:440:34:46

-After the break, we'll have more

-gothic-style fashion with Huw Fash.

0:34:460:34:56

-I'll have lace and velvet.

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-Subtitles

0:35:040:35:06

-Welcome back.

0:35:100:35:12

-We've returned to the fashion corner

-with Huw Fash.

0:35:120:35:17

-We've got some more

-gothic-style fashion.

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-Black is a prominent colour here.

0:35:290:35:32

-Black is back in fashion

-with today's models.

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-I love the colour black.

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-You have to mix and match fabrics

-when buying black.

0:35:430:35:49

-Tanwen is wearing another mask.

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-You don't have to wear mascara

-if wearing one.

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-It's great if you want

-to ignore someone.

0:36:020:36:10

-Tanwen has a masquerade ball soon.

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-You can find these masks

-in nearly every shop.

0:36:180:36:23

-I love this jumpsuit.

0:36:230:36:36

-I didn't want to dress Tanwen

-in a strapless jumpsuit...

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-..so I've added a black top beneath.

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-It looks like it could be attached

-to the jumpsuit.

0:36:500:36:58

-We've teamed the look

-with an animal print bag.

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-It looks like great fun.

0:37:040:37:19

-Tanwen didn't realize that

-there's so much on-trend garments...

0:37:190:37:25

-..in Marks and Spencer.

0:37:250:37:30

-You can find several special

-garments of items in the shop.

0:37:300:37:35

-This looks great on Tanwen.

0:37:350:37:39

-Next, we have Emily.

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-We've opted for a blouse and skirt.

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-The silk blouse has been teamed

-with a velvet skirt.

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-It's a fishtail skirt.

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-It's a shape that's often seen

-in the wedding industry.

0:38:120:38:20

-These skirts are available

-in various lengths.

0:38:200:38:31

-The longer length will look

-sophisticated for the evening.

0:38:310:38:40

-There are tassels on these shoes

-and they tie up too.

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-However, the zip in the back

-makes them easier to wear.

0:38:470:38:59

-Velvet is everywhere at this time

-of the year.

0:38:590:39:12

-Lurex, sequins, sparkles and

-Christmas fabrics are everywhere.

0:39:120:39:22

-Margaret is wearing trousers

-and a blouse.

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-This pretty blouse is from Monsoon.

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-It's a little bit more expensive

-at 65.

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-However, there's wonderful detail

-on the blouse.

0:39:450:39:53

-You don't need to add

-any neckpiece to this look...

0:39:530:40:01

-..but this one catches

-the light perfectly.

0:40:010:40:10

-You could wear this top with

-a leather skirt or trousers.

0:40:100:40:15

-It comes in sixes 8 to 22.

0:40:150:40:28

-When you try on this top,

-don't be scared of the generous fit.

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-The slip beneath is close-fitting.

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-There's a pattern on the trousers.

0:40:410:40:52

-The brocade boots

-complete the look perfectly.

0:40:520:40:58

-You could wear these

-at Christmas too.

0:40:580:41:04

-It's important to make good use

-of your purchases.

0:41:040:41:11

-I try not to look at Christmas

-clothes as it's very early...

0:41:110:41:15

-..but they are in the shops.

0:41:150:41:19

-On tomorrow's programme, Nerys makes

-a Halloween feast in the kitchen.

0:41:200:41:24

-The Gossip Girls return and you

-could win by playing Mwy Neu Lai.

0:41:240:41:28

-After the news and weather on S4C...

0:41:280:41:31

-..we journey through Wales

-in Gwlad Moc, Blaenau Ffestiniog.

0:41:310:41:35

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:350:41:38

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Huw Fash yn y gornel ffasiwn, cyngor meddygol gan Dr Ann a Sara Manchipp fydd ein gwestai. Huw Fash has plenty of fashion tips, Dr Ann offers medical advice and Sara Manchipp is our guest.