Thu, 27 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 27 Apr 2017

Cawn gyngor ar sut i edrych ar ol hen greiriau, a bydd yr RSPCA yn son am eu hymgyrch diweddaraf. We'll get tips on how to care for antiques, and the RSPCA discuss their latest ...


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We hope you're having a great day.

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-Our Thursday programme

-is jam-packed as usual.

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-Sara Mair has advice for expectant

-mothers on how to dress their bump.

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-Viv Watkins reveals how to care

-for your fragile antiques.

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-Meleri Tweed joins us to discuss

-the rise in animal cruelty.

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-We also hear about

-the fun and competing...

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-..at the Pan Celtic Festival

-in Carlow, Ireland over the weekend.

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-The Nolan UPVC company has donated

-250,000 to causes all over Wales...

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-..since it established

-a charitable fund two years ago.

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-We're now joined by the founder

-of the fund, Nolan Nicholas.

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-We also have representatives from

-three causes that have benefitted.

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-Bev Jones and Kelly Jones

-are from Canolfan Elfed.

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-Rebecca Treharne is from

-the Hywel Dda Health Charity.

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-Menna Boyns represents

-Alzheimer's Society Cymru's.

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-Welcome to the studio.

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-Why did you establish the fund?

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-We would always donate money

-to various charities.

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-We never knew

-how that money was spent.

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-Therefore, we decided to establish

-our own charitable fund.

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-It can be difficult to choose

-our beneficiaries.

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-We have three trustees to help

-choose who gets the money.

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-We discuss thoroughly

-before making a decision.

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-They all have their favourite

-charities and causes.

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-It's difficult to turn some

-claims down.

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-Over 20 charities in Wales

-have benefitted.

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-We're very proud

-of what we've achieved.

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-It's great to see

-how our money is being spent.

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-We have plans for the future.

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-We hope to invest more money into

-the fund in order to donate more.

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-Menna is from

-the Alzheimer's Association.

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-What does the money mean to you?

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-The timing of the fund

-has been perfect for us.

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-This week,

-Alzheimer's Society Cymru...

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-..wants people

-to unite against dementia.

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-We were faced with

-closing one of our centres.

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-However, we met Nolan

-at the perfect time.

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-Alzheimer's Society Cymru

-received 2,500...

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-..to help relocate their Ty Perthyn

-Day Care Support Service.

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-Nolan paid for all the alterations

-needed to the new building.

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-It's been fantastic.

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-It's also a period of a lot of cuts.

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-There are always talks of cuts

-so Nolan came to the rescue.

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-We're uniting against together

-against dementia.

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-Bev is from Canolfan Elfed.

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-Tell us more about the centre.

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-Canolfan Elfed is a special unit

-at QE High school in Carmarthen.

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-We have pupils with lots

-of different needs.

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-I work in the unite.

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-We're grateful to Nolan

-for his support.

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-He's given us funding to buy

-new equipment.

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-Kelly, the children must be

-delighted with the funding.

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-The money has allowed

-our pupils to learn and grow.

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-We'll be able to buy

-an interactive mat.

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-Some of our pupils can't use

-an iPad so the mat will be great.

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-Rebecca, how is the money used

-with Hywel Dda?

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-I work on a children's ward

-at Glangwili.

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-I help the children during playing.

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-I make them feel comfortable

-during their hospital stay.

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-Nolan's money will help us

-purchase iPads.

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-They will keep children

-entertained...

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-..and educate them

-about their treatments.

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-They'll be able to see what will

-happen to them during treatments.

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-Nolan, all these donations

-have made such a difference.

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-You're like Father Christmas!

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-I'm not quite Father Christmas!

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-It feels great to help people.

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-It's important that these

-causes are supported.

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-The money is being spent

-in a great way.

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-We're also closer to the community.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Next, it's time to join Sara Mair

-who has advice on maternity wear.

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-Welcome to the studio.

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-I've been pregnant twice

-so I have plenty of advice.

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-We've got a few images of celebs

-on the screen.

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-I've got an example

-of Kim Kardashian.

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-This is how you shouldn't dress

-when pregnant.

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-There's an overload of

-floral pattern!

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-She looks much bigger

-than she actually is.

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-Her sister, Kourtney

-has nailed the look.

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-She shows off her bump.

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-A bump will be shown

-whatever you wear.

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-Some people don't want

-to show off their bump.

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-However, I wanted to show mine off.

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-I hid my bump more

-during my first pregnancy.

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-Is there a lot more choice

-in maternity wear these days?

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-There are lots of high street

-retailers with pregnancy ranges.

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-However,

-you may have to order online.

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-Tanya is 22 weeks pregnant.

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-The top from Jo Jo Maman Bebe

-costs 24.

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-It flows over the bump.

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-It's a great look for a summer

-barbecue or going shopping.

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-Comfortable shoes

-are vital during pregnancy.

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-These flatforms are great when

-you have a bad back and are tired.

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-This bag is a rucksack

-which is comfortable to wear.

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-Congratulations on your pregnancy.

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-Have you trouble finding

-suitable clothing?

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-I have found it difficult

-to find clothes to wear.

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-However, I've been trying

-to shop online.

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-Let's see Tanya in another outfit.

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-The blouse is from Zara.

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-It isn't a maternity top

-so you could wear it again.

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-The trainers from Primark cost 6.

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-You don't want to spend too much

-on maternity clothes.

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-You don't get to wear them for long.

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-We have another outfit.

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-The next look shows

-a maternity staple.

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-The dress is a must when pregnant.

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-The dress comes from Oasis

-and it cost 38.

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-You can tie a shirt above the bump.

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-Gloria is our next model.

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-Gloria has six weeks left.

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-The dress from ASOS costs 28.

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-I love this dress.

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-You can accessorize

-with lots of different colours.

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-The red bag could also

-be used as a nappy bag.

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-The trainers from Primark cost 6.

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-Gloria and Tanya are sisters.

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-The children might be

-in the same school...

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-..unless Tanya is overdue.

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-I hope our children

-will be able to share clothes.

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-What is Gloria wearing here?

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-The next outfit is an everyday look.

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-It flows over the bump.

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-When I was pregnant,

-I didn't wear a maternity coat.

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-This Zara coat doesn't need

-to be closed so it's perfect.

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-Do you need to avoid stripes

-when you are pregnant?

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-There's normally a rule to not wear

-horizontal stripes...

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-..as it makes you look wider.

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-However, every rule goes out the

-window when you're pregnant.

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-What's your experience

-of buying clothes?

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-It's difficult to shop

-for maternity clothes locally.

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-I found it easier to dress

-in the winter.

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-You'll be back later in the

-programme with even more advice.

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-After the break, Viv Watkins shares

-her advice on caring for antiques.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Do you own valuable antiques made

-from wood, paper, metal or fabric?

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-Do you struggle storing, cleaning

-and caring for these objects?

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-Viv Watkins from Carmarthen Antiques

-Centre joins us with her advice.

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-Welcome to the programme, Viv.

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-Thank you.

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-Do you often see valuable items that

-have been destroyed to negligence?

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-Yes, I have.

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-It's such a pity.

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-I've seen antique throws

-covered in holes.

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-It's been destroyed.

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-It can be too late at this point.

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-You should wash a Welsh throw.

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-They are quite expensive.

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-There are several ways

-to clean a throw.

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-Some suggest a dry cleaners

-that can cost from 30 upwards.

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-You can wash it at home

-but if you don't feel confident...

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-..take it to the dry cleaners.

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-Place it in a bowl of tepid water.

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-Give it a rinse.

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-Make sure the water is cold

-and not warm.

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-You can spin it

-and dry them outside.

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-Hang it over a hedge in the garden.

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-Place the throw in a cold place

-in the house.

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-You can also treat it with some

-anti-moth and cover them in bags.

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-We move on to metals now.

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-You can use Brasso

-or a product with petrol in it.

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-You can also use bicarbonate of soda

-and some water at home.

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-I tried this the other day.

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-Take a look at the difference.

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-The results are fantastic.

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-Check this line out.

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-You can use baking soda

-and lemon to clean your metals.

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-With copper, you need to be careful.

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-Some are silver or copper-plated.

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-You can rub it with lemon and salt.

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-Rinse it and wash it off.

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-We move on to glassware now.

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-Wash them in warm water.

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-Give them a soak

-and clean with a soft brush.

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-Dry them with a hairdryer.

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-You can also do the same

-with glassware.

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-Don't place them in the dishwater.

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-Seal them in bubble wrap.

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-You can treat wooden items

-and wax them.

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-This is how it looks

-when you treat it.

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-You need to opt for professional

-advice with oil paintings.

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-It depends on the size

-and the value of the image.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Thanks to Merched y Wawr

-in Aberystwyth.

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-I enjoyed a dinner with them.

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-After the break, Meleri the vet will

-discuss the rise of animal cruelty.

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-We also hear about the weekend's

-Pan Celtic Festival in Carlow.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-There's been an increase in animal

-abuse cases during recent years.

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-Therefore, the RSPCA is launching

-a campaign to start a register...

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-..to record those convicted

-of animal abuse and neglect.

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-Meleri Tweed joins us

-to discuss this new campaign.

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-Welcome to Meleri and her dog, Chip.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about this register.

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-There are many reasons

-for this register.

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-The RSPCA are campaigning

-for a register of offenders.

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-The register would enable us to

-check if prospective pet owners...

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-..have been convicted or banned

-from owning or keeping animals.

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-A register doesn't

-exist for breeders...

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-..and the RSPCA at the moment.

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-Why doesn't the current system work?

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-An Animal Offenders Register

-would list persons convicted...

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-..under the Animal Welfare Act and

-who've got a disqualification order.

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-It makes it more difficult

-for owners to re-offend.

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-Animal cruelty is on the rise and

-more people are being prosecuted.

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-We don't know why there is a rise.

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-More people are reporting

-acts of cruelty.

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-Animals need a lot of care.

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-A lot of it is to do with owners

-not understanding...

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-..how to look after a pet.

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-Any cruelty needs to be reported

-to the Police.

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-You've given Chip a good home.

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-Before Chip came to live with me,

-he was mistreated.

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-A member of the public reported

-that Chip was being abused.

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-Chip endured suffering in the past.

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-Chip is such a sociable dog now.

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-She does still gets scared

-with loud noises.

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-Nobody raises her voice to her

-in our house.

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-Where do rescue dogs go

-after being mistreated?

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-Chip was brought immediately to me.

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-Many animals who have been abused

-will go to animal centres.

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-Shelters can be difficult

-for animals who are scared.

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-What is the complaint procedure?

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-The RSPCA or the Police step in

-and take action with the owners.

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-The RSPCA can also provide help

-to owners.

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-There's a link between animal abuse

-and domestic abuse.

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-There's more information

-coming to the surface these days.

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-If someone is cruel to a pet, it

-is likely they abuse a human being.

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-There are charities out there

-who can help these people...

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-..and solve these issues.

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-Animal abuse is everywhere.

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-Cruelty happens to all animals.

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-It's important that we inform

-the right people if you are worried.

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-There's also been talk about

-the incorrect use of breeding dogs.

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-It's a tough topic.

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-I don't know why people

-like these mixed breeds.

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-Pugs are lovely dogs.

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-There can be problems when breeding.

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-We need to ensure that our pets

-don't suffer.

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-You want a healthy pet.

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-There are many pets

-that are cross-bred.

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-Are you seeing more

-of these cross-bred dogs?

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-I would advise people to consider it

-before buying a cross-bred animal.

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-It's become fashionable.

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-You have to consider

-the health factors and costs.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-The Pan Celtic Festival took place

-in Carlow, Ireland over the weekend.

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-Our cameras headed to the

-Emerald Isle to enjoy the festival.

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-The Pan Celtic Festival

-is an annual event...

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-..in the calendar for hundreds

-of Welsh and our fellow Celts.

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-Many enjoy the competitions

-and sample the black stuff!

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-It's similar to the Eisteddfod

-with familiar faces in every corner.

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-My wife, Rhiannon and I come here

-to have fun and enjoy the craic.

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-We're staying at

-a bed and breakfast.

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-We only have the breakfast

-because we don't sleep a lot!

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-The craic is fantastic here.

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-The atmosphere is great.

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-It's wonderful to bring all of

-the Celtic nations together.

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-There are all sorts of activities

-and the evenings are entertaining.

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-We enjoy afternoons in the pub

-and there's a lot on offer here.

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-I haven't been to the festival

-for several decades.

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-The atmosphere

-and organization has evolved.

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-Each country takes its turn

-to showcase their talent...

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-There's many Welsh people here so

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-One of the main competitions

-is composing a new Celtic song.

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-In Wales, Can i Gymru is shown

-on our television screens...

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-..but not in the other countries.

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-Our winner was looking forward

-to perform in front of this crowd.

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-It's totally different here.

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-Can i Gymru was shown live on S4C

-and it's more relaxed here.

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-There's a great Welsh turnout,

-so we'll have plenty of support.

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-# Set me free #

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-Cadi is our representation from

-Wales and she performed brilliantly.

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-Tonight, she was an accompanist for

-Bethany Celyn, Gethin Griffiths...

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-..and Gwilym Bowen Rhys.

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-The competition doesn't have any set

-rules and all styles can be heard.

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-We mark the lyrics,

-melody and stage performance.

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-It was a great competition tonight

-and Ireland were the winners.

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-The winning track had a more

-blues and jazz feel.

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-I judged the solo folk singing

-and it was a fantastic competition.

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-Many of the Welsh excelled.

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-Gwilym Bowen Rhys came first again

-and Bethany Celyn won third place.

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-The Magee Brothers

-were also successful.

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-Anni Llyn won an award

-for best original song.

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-Gwenan Gibbard

-conducted Cor Yr Heli...

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-..that came second in the ladies

-choir and open choir competitions.

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-The other choirs were also

-looking forward to competing.

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-Six choirs from Wales have competed

-and it's been a very exciting day.

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-We're Cor Blaenporth

-Male Voice Choir from Cardigan.

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-We've been here since Thursday and

-competed against talented choirs.

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-Everything's going great.

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-I'm here with Cor Rhuthin

-and we can't wait to compete.

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-We're competing three times,

-unaccompanied and with a piano.

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-It's a great competition

-and we hope to enjoy it.

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-Cor Cytgan Clwyd are competing in

-the youth, open, unaccompanied...

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-..and mixed choirs categories.

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-Some of the lads are performing

-in the male voice choir category.

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-And we hope to retain our title.

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-Cor Rhiannedd y Moelwyn are

-competing here for the first time.

0:34:080:34:11

-We've just stepped off stage having

-sung in the open choir competition.

0:34:120:34:17

-Following five hours of singing,

-Tonic won Best Folk Choir.

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-Cor Rhuthin also won the titles

-for best ladies and male choirs.

0:34:230:34:27

-Cytgan Clwyd came first

-in every other category.

0:34:270:34:32

-But who scooped the main

-choir of the festival award?

0:34:320:34:37

-The judges have enjoyed

-a feast of competing today.

0:34:380:34:42

-We've heard from a vast variety of

-choirs from Cerdd Dant to pop music.

0:34:420:34:47

-The three of us

-have thoroughly enjoyed.

0:34:470:34:50

-We didn't expect to come

-and win for the second time.

0:34:500:34:54

-The choir is fantastic.

0:34:540:34:58

-They listen to my instructions

-and attend every rehearsal.

0:34:580:35:04

-I'm becoming emotional

-but they were fantastic.

0:35:040:35:07

-Morwen is an important member of the

-team and a wonderful accompanist.

0:35:070:35:13

-# You are my heaven! #

0:35:130:35:25

-Congratulations to everyone.

0:35:330:35:36

-It's time to reveal

-what's on tonight's Heno.

0:35:400:35:43

-I'll return back home to Porthmadog

-and the town's rowing club....

0:35:430:35:47

-..to hear about their preparations

-for the Celtic Challenge 2017.

0:35:480:35:52

-Mari Grug also hears about Jacos,

-a new crafting business in Cardigan.

0:35:520:35:56

-Heiddwen Tomos will also join us to

-discuss her novel, Dwr yn yr Afon.

0:35:570:36:02

-Don't forget about tonight's Heno

-at 7.00pm with Llinos Lee.

0:36:020:36:07

-After the break, Sara Mair will have

-more glamorous maternity styles.

0:36:070:36:12

-Join us in a few minutes.

0:36:120:36:16

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-Welcome back.

0:36:300:36:32

-We've returned

-to the fashion corner.

0:36:320:36:36

-I'm sure many pregnant ladies have

-trouble finding something stylish...

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-..to wear to special events

-like weddings.

0:36:410:36:53

-Welcome back, Sara.

0:36:540:37:00

-There are more options for pregnant

-women on the high street now.

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-You can wear daywear and dress it up

-with accessories.

0:37:070:37:14

-This dress has been dressed up

-with wedges.

0:37:150:37:24

-It's suitable for a wedding

-or summer barbecue.

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-Is the sizing matched

-with how far you're gone?

0:37:490:37:53

-Pregnancy clothes are normally

-the same as normal sizes.

0:37:530:37:57

-During my first pregnancy,

-I didn't show until seven months.

0:37:570:38:01

-However, it's different

-the second time around.

0:38:010:38:04

-Gloria is small for 8 months.

0:38:040:38:15

-Did you have trouble

-finding clothes?

0:38:240:38:26

-I didn't have trouble finding

-clothes at the start.

0:38:270:38:30

-However,

-it's getting more difficult now.

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-I would wear this dress but I don't

-have any occasion.

0:38:330:38:37

-The background is grey

-and the flowers are colourful.

0:38:370:38:45

-You could pick out the colours

-in the flowers and match the bag.

0:38:450:38:57

-I've opted for black leather

-to make this a biker look.

0:38:570:39:02

-It's dressed down.

0:39:030:39:06

-You look like a biker now!

0:39:060:39:12

-What about this outfit?

0:39:120:39:19

-Tanya's dress is the same

-as we saw in the first slot.

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-It's a stretchy dress.

0:39:250:39:37

-I've dressed it up with a

-sparkly necklace and bag.

0:39:380:39:43

-Is maternity wear more expensive?

0:39:430:39:52

-Maternity clothes

-aren't more expensive.

0:39:520:39:59

-However, you won't want to spend as

-much on a top you'll only wear once.

0:40:000:40:04

-Tanya looks lovely in green.

0:40:050:40:07

-This top is lovely.

0:40:080:40:12

-It's from Zara's main collection.

0:40:120:40:15

-It's a wonderful colour.

0:40:150:40:21

-The blouse comes from Zara

-and it costs 25.99.

0:40:210:40:30

-I can't think of anything worse

-than wearing heels when pregnant.

0:40:300:40:38

-However, these flatforms are great.

0:40:380:40:41

-Would you wear it, Tanya?

0:40:420:40:45

-I love the colour of this top.

0:40:450:40:51

-Tanya doesn't look pregnant

-in this top.

0:40:520:40:55

-I feel pregnant!

0:40:550:41:02

-I've enjoyed doing this segment!

0:41:020:41:05

-I'll be ready for next time!

0:41:050:41:07

-Thank you, Sara.

0:41:070:41:09

-That's all for today but Prynhawn Da

-will returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:100:41:14

-Elwen will be in the kitchen making

-lamb steaks and a cheesecake.

0:41:140:41:18

-It sounds delicious.

0:41:180:41:20

-The Gossip Girls will return

-to put the world to rights.

0:41:200:41:23

-You could win over 100

-in our quiz, Mwy Neu Lai.

0:41:230:41:27

-Ffasiwn Mecanic follows

-the news and weather here on S4C.

0:41:270:41:30

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:300:41:33

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Cawn gyngor ar sut i edrych ar ol hen greiriau, a bydd yr RSPCA yn son am eu hymgyrch diweddaraf. We'll get tips on how to care for antiques, and the RSPCA discuss their latest campaign.


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