Thu, 28 Jan 2016 Prynhawn Da


Thu, 28 Jan 2016

Huw Fash fydd yma gyda chyngor ffasiwn a chawn ddysgu mwy am bwysigrwydd y sgôr hylendid bwyd mewn tai bwyta. We learn more about food hygiene scores in restaurants from the FSA.


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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Thursday already and we're

-approaching the end of January too.

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-The month is flying by.

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-There's plenty to keep you

-entertained on today's programme.

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-You've seen the scores on the doors

-of restaurants between 0 and 5.

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-Sioned Fiddler

-is here to explain their meaning.

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-It's Thursday, so we've got some

-fashion in the studio with Huw.

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-Today, I'm focusing on a trend

-that often reappears each season.

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-Felix Aubel discusses the

-growing popularity of candlesticks.

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-Angharad Pearce Jones also meets

-the Porthmadog artist, Elfyn Lewis.

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-Stay with us for the next

-50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Cervical Cancer Awareness Week.

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-In recent years, the number of

-sufferers in Britain has rocketed.

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-Several organizations are appealing

-to women to undergo a smear test.

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-We're joined by Sarah Vining

-from Cardiff...

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-..who was diagnosed

-with cervical cancer in 2012.

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-She's quite active in raising

-awareness of cervical cancer.

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-We're also joined by Dr Ann.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-How did you discover

-that you had cervical cancer, Sarah?

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-I've had cervical cancer screening

-every three years.

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-In the summer of 2012...

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-..I had an abnormal screening.

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-This was followed by a visit

-to the hospital...

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-..for a further investigation.

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-What exactly is cervical cancer?

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-Is Sarah's story quite common?

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-Sarah's lucky to have gone

-for the screening.

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-Some 30% of people don't go for

-their cervical cancer screening.

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-In the screening, they investigate

-the cervical area...

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-..and insert a little probe

-to take some of the cells.

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-This is placed in a liquid...

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-..and the cells are checked.

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-We have an image

-of the normal cells.

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-The cells change

-when they are cancerous.

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-It doesn't mean you have cancer

-if you have abnormal cells.

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-You will be tested

-for various viruses.

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-Most of us have had a virus...

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-..that could leave

-to cervical cancer.

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-Year 8 girls are now vaccinated

-against the HPV virus...

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-..that can lead to cervical cancer.

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-Some four women

-in the British Isles...

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-..die from cervical cancer.

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-Were there symptoms, Sarah?

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-I didn't have any symptoms.

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-There wasn't any pain.

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-I was healthy

-and lead a healthy life.

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-I didn't believe it

-that I had cervical cancer.

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-I felt fine.

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-It was a real shock.

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-I was self-employed at the time...

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-..so had to stop working.

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-What treatment did you undergo?

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-I was lucky because

-the cancer was caught early.

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-I had surgery.

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-I didn't need to have chemotherapy.

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-I see the doctor every three months.

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-I'm an old hat at having

-cervical cancer screening.

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-I've established a group

-after having the cancer.

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-The doctors were excellent.

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-After I'd been treated...

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-..I found that I was on my own.

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-I went to pieces

-and I couldn't cope.

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-I turned to a charity

-called Jo's Cancer Trust.

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-They had a support group

-but it was in Bristol.

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-It was great to share my experience.

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-I spoke to Jo's Trust

-and established a group in Wales.

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-Not every woman has a hysterectomy.

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-It isn't always the case.

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-Some of the cancer cells

-can spread around the body.

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-Some people will have a course

-of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

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-It's important to have regular

-cervical cancer screenings.

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-People should have screenings

-every three years.

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-Those under 25 are less likely

-to have cervical cancer.

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-However, those between 25 and 35

-are at risk of cervical cancer.

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-Smoking is a great problem.

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-How can you be contacted Sarah?

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-People can go on Google

-and search for Jo's Trust.

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-There's a group in Cardiff.

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-We've received an email about

-an event in Llanelli next week.

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-It aims to raise awareness

-of cervical cancer...

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-..and highlight the remarkable story

-of Victoria Williams who had cancer.

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-Victoria is a single mother-of-two

-and was diagnosed in 2014.

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-Last year, she underwent

-a life-saving operation.

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-Lesley Rees, a friend and colleague

-has details of a charity event.

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-The evening is a celebration

-that Vicky is still with us...

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-..and that the operation

-was a success.

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-We also want to raise awareness

-about cervical cancer...

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-..and raise money for the charities

-that have helped Vicky.

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-The evening is held at Parc

-y Scarlets on Friday 5 February.

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-Tickets are 30 each.

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-We've already sold 220 tickets

-but we'd like to have more...

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-..but we have to stop selling them

-on Friday.

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-Book your ticket

-if your in the area.

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-After the break, Sioned Fiddler

-from the Food Standards Agency...

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-..discusses food hygiene ratings.

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-Huw also discusses the latest

-khaki styles on the high street.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Welsh eateries have been rated with

-food hygiene scores in recent years.

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-But what do these scores mean

-and what are their significance?

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-We're joined by Sioned Fiddler

-from the Food Standards Agency.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about your latest campaign.

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-There's a current campaign

-by the Food Standards Agency...

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-..that coincides with St Dwynwen's

-Day and Valentine's Day...

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-..to highlight

-the Food Hygiene Rating.

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-A lot of people will be dining out

-at these special days.

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-We advise people

-to check the rating.

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-What do the scores mean?

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-The score ranges from 0 to 5.

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-A rating of 0 means that

-urgent improvement is necessary.

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-A score of 1 is when

-major improvement is needed.

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-A score of 2 means that improvement

-is necessary.

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-A score of 3 means that

-it's generally satisfactory.

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-It's classed as good

-if you have a rating of 4.

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-A rating of 5 means

-your food hygiene is good.

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-The restaurants are scored

-by the local authority.

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-They look at the building,

-quality of facilities...

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-..and the way the staff operate...

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-..in terms of achieving

-a good rating.

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-..but it does mean

-that it's safe to eat.

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-Why do they still serve food

-if the score is zero?

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-If a company is causing

-a risk to the public...

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-..then the local authority will

-take steps to help that business.

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-A business can be closed...

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-..but it depends

-on the local authority.

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-How can you find

-the food hygiene rating?

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-All the scores can be found online.

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-You can even find

-the scores by mobile phone.

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-Every business needs to display

-the black and green sticker...

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-..to show their food hygiene rating.

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-How often are the score revised?

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-The risk level to the public...

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-..will have an impact

-on the number of times...

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-..a restaurant or eatery

-will be visited.

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-It all depends on

-the local authority.

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-There are places that

-can improve their scores.

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-It's important to remember

-that it isn't about the food...

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-..but about the cleanliness

-of the restaurant.

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-You can check online to see

-about the quality of the food too.

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-I wasn't very happy when I saw

-a mouse in a Cardiff restaurant.

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-It's time for some fashion with Huw.

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-Khaki is this season's popular tone

-and it's dominating the high street.

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-We also showcased denim last week

-which never falls out of fashion.

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-Denim is in the shops

-every season...

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-..and the same is true for khaki.

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-Khaki is one of the main colours

-of the season.

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-Today, I've got six outfits.

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-They are from an array of shops...

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-They are from an array of shops...

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-..and for an array of prices.

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-What exactly is khaki?

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-Khaki is simply a colour.

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-Khaki green is the colour

-they wear in the army.

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-You also wear it when you go

-on a safari!

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-We start with Sian.

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-There's a lot of animal print

-on the high street now.

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-It's teamed with the khaki

-and the rich brown colour.

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-These jackets remind me

-of a Chinese design.

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-It has a feminine cut.

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-The blouse underneath

-is a different type of khaki.

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-The colour of the blouse

-has a lot of hints of yellow.

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-There's a lot of narrow belts

-on the high street.

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-You can wear two belts

-at the same time.

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-There's a bag that is worn

-across the body.

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-There's some animal print

-in the scarf and the bag.

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-Our next model is Vicky.

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-Vicky is wearing items from Red

-Herring that's sold in Debenhams.

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-Debenhams has a lot of items

-that often go on the Blue X sale.

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-I often wait for this sale.

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-You have to ask yourself if you want

-to pay the full price...

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-..or if you can wait for the sale.

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-It's a very simple jumper.

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-People often forget

-about the simple jumpers.

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-It would probably be worn more

-often than other items.

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-There's a great v-neck

-to the jumper.

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-It's teamed with the brown.

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-Brown is a great colour

-for the season.

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-We're often too fussy

-about our accessories.

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-This can be very dull.

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-The first two outfits

-were quite light.

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-Nest is our final model.

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-Nest hasn't modelled with us before.

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-She was on our make-up panel

-at the start of the week...

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-..so I've nabbed her

-to do some modelling.

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-Khaki can be classed as colourless.

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-It's a great colour for

-all sorts of patterns and colours.

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-I love the jacket.

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-It's made from a fabric

-that reminds me of the 1990s.

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-There was a fabric

-called sand-washed silk.

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-Tensel is a cheaper version.

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-It's made from wood!

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-Huw returns later with more fashion.

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-After the break...

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-..Felix joins us with

-a collection of candlesticks.

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-Angharad Pearce Jones chats to

-the famous artist, Elfyn Lewis.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Most households in Wales

-will have a candlestick.

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-They're perfect to use on a chilly

-evening and are popular once again.

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-Felix has joined us

-to discuss them further.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-I'm loving your trousers!

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-Have candlesticks depreciated

-in value over the years, Felix?

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-Some candlesticks have lost

-their value and others haven't.

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-There's been a depreciation in metal

-recently too.

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-I'm very grateful to the Carmarthen

-Antique Centre in Priory Street...

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-..for borrowing these candlesticks

-that are being discussed today.

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-Candlesticks were

-used during the Roman times.

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-They were considered

-as an utility item.

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-In the early 18th century...

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-..candlesticks became items

-to display and hold candles.

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-The examples we have in front of us

-are from the last century.

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-There's a candlestick by Sheffield

-steel plate company, Smith & Sisson.

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-The steel plate candlestick

-dates back to 1848.

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-The Sheffield metal isn't silver

-but copper.

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-It's worth around 45.

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-They would be 200

-in sterling silver.

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-Our next item is a trench art

-candlestick from World War I.

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-They would use explosives

-to create furniture.

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-The trench art candlestick

-is worth around 78.

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-I think this is quite expensive.

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-These items are steeped in history.

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-There's also two

-silver candlesticks.

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-They are made from real silver.

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-They are very small

-so this is reflected on the price.

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-The two candlesticks will fetch 95.

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-It's important to weigh

-the candlesticks before buying.

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-Opt for real silver candlesticks

-as an investment.

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-You should buy what you like.

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-Next, we've got a pair

-of brass candlesticks.

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-My grandmother would have brass

-candlesticks on the fireplace.

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-They epitomize the era.

-They are worth 12 a pair.

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-We also have two

-large wooden candlesticks.

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-The wooden candlesticks

-date from the early 20th century.

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-The candlesticks are valued

-at around 12 a pair.

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-These are very attractive.

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-I would like them myself!

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-Our next pair

-are vintage glass candlesticks.

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-They date back to the 20th century.

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-They have become a rare artefact

-these days.

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-A pair of these candlestick

-will cost around 7.

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-There's a bronze Art Deco

-candlestick from the 1920s.

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-The bronze Art Deco candlestick

-is worth around 185.

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-It is made from real bronze.

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-They would be worth more

-if it was made from spelter.

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-The Porthmadog artist, Elfyn Lewis

-currently resides in Cardiff...

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-..and has certainly made a name

-for himself.

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-Angharad Pearce Jones

-chatted to him.

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-Porthmadog-born Elfyn Lewis

-settled in Cardiff...

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-..after finishing his MA

-in the city's art college.

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-He's won a gold medal in fine art

-at the Eisteddfod...

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-..and was Welsh Artist of the Year

-in 2010.

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-He's always exhibiting

-and is represented by Beaux Arts...

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-..in London's Cork Street, that's

-famous for commercial galleries.

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-It's three years since

-our last interview, Elfyn.

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-You have an exhibition of new work

-at Galeri, Caernarfon at the moment.

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-How does it differ from your work

-from three years ago?

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-The exhibition at Galeri is called

-Paper Bird and runs until February.

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-I don't think it's that different to

-my previous work but it actually is!

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-It's on paper as opposed to MDF.

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-Your immersed in your own work so

-others tend to see your development.

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-You're immersed in your own work so

-others tend to see your development.

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-You're still strongly influenced

-by landscapes.

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-People view a picture

-and try to make out what it is.

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-There are elements

-of the mountains, oceans and sky.

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-I take inspiration

-from Porthmadog, Gwynedd and Wales.

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-When I paint, I don't think of it

-as painting a picture of a mountain.

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-Elfyn shot to fame in the 1990s when

-he lived with the band, Catatonia.

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-His artwork was used as the covers

-for some of their successful CDs.

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-He's famous for his colourful,

-abstract art with layers of paint...

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-..that are spread across the canvas

-with a tool used by plasterers.

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-You live in Cardiff

-but are from Porthmadog...

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-..so where do you store

-your inspiration for landscapes?

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-I spend a few days at home every

-three to five weeks and go walking.

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-I come back to Cardiff and have

-peace and quiet to do what I like.

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-This is more difficult

-when I'm in Porthmadog.

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-You cannot fully appreciate a place

-when you're there...

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-..so when I'm in Cardiff I focus on

-the place, the landscape and people.

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-Three years ago, Mam was very ill

-and sadly passed away...

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-..so I spent a lot of time

-on the A470 thinking of home.

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-My work is autobiographical...

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-..yet, I try to look to the future

-as I don't want to live in the past.

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-How do you strike a balance

-between the work that will sell...

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-..and remaining true to yourself?

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-You try to be true to yourself as an

-artist and a person and develop...

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-..yet, you want to make a living.

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-It's easy to fall into the trap

-of painting things that will sell.

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-You need that money to live.

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-It's difficult to do that

-and develop at the same time.

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-I live in Grangetown

-and work in my own little world...

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-..and I'm quite happy with that.

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-You can see more of Elfyn's new work

-at the summer shows of Beaux Arts...

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-..and Ffin y Parc Gallery

-in Betws-y-Coed.

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-His exhibition at Galeri, Caernarfon

-closes on 5 February.

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-Most of his paintings have sold so

-you have a week to snap up your own!

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-Elfyn is my cousin and

-it's great to see him doing so well.

0:33:350:33:38

-We're certainly a talented family!

0:33:390:33:42

-Mari Grug has joined us now

-to discuss tonight's Heno.

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-Welcome to the programme, Mari.

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-What delights have you got

-for us tonight?

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-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

0:33:550:34:01

-I've got two guests tonight.

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-Iolo Williams

-joins me in the studio.

0:34:040:34:07

-Iolo looks forward

-to the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch...

0:34:080:34:14

-..that's taking place

-across Britain.

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-Daf Wyn also has an item

-on the event.

0:34:210:34:26

-Iolo could be in his shorts too!

0:34:260:34:30

-There's music in the studio with

-the West End star, Rhidian Marc.

0:34:300:34:34

-Rhidian hails from Cardiff...

0:34:340:34:37

-..and is currently appearing

-in The Phantom of the Opera.

0:34:380:34:41

-Rhidian is performing

-in Cardiff tomorrow night...

0:34:420:34:45

-..at the Royal Welsh College

-of Music & Drama.

0:34:460:34:49

-There's some exciting news

-from Urdd Gobaith Cymru...

0:34:490:34:53

-..to the young people of Wales.

0:34:530:34:55

-There's more khaki fashion with Huw

-after this short break.

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-Welcome back.

0:35:120:35:14

-We've returned to the fashion corner

-with Huw for some more khaki styles.

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-You could say we're on a safari!

0:35:330:35:38

-This isn't quite a safari, Yvonne!

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-Khaki is a colour

-that's part of every season.

0:35:450:35:51

-We start with Sian.

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-We got the scarf on the sale for 6

-from Accessorize.

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-I would like to have this scarf

-myself.

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-It looks great with this dress.

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-This a faded style khaki dress.

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-It's called a shirt-waisted dress.

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-You can team it

-with a brown leather belt.

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-Tan works perfectly with this.

0:37:000:37:07

-You don't have to wear tights

-with this dress.

0:37:080:37:18

-Many stylists and designers

-claim that women who wear tights...

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-..are quite old-fashioned!

0:37:280:37:38

-I've seen plenty of shoppers

-wearing tights in this weather!

0:37:390:37:46

-The shape on these shoes

-are great too.

0:37:460:37:52

-Our next model is Vicky.

0:37:520:37:58

-Vicky's outfit is compiled of

-garments found in Marks and Spencer.

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-collection from Marks and Spencer.

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-The collection is suited for women

-of a certain age.

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-I think any age can wear it.

0:38:400:38:45

-The look works well with a shorter

-cardigan.

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-You need suitable shoes

-to create this look and not boots.

0:38:530:38:59

-There's a lovely bag

-that goes over the shoulder.

0:38:590:39:09

-The Marks and Spencer bag is 69.

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-Bags are reasonably priced

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-Spend more on a bag if you want it

-that will age well.

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-The boots are reasonably priced too.

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-We close with Nest.

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-It's difficult to dress for the

-evenings at this time of year.

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-This is a simple jumper from H&M.

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-It only costs 14.99!

0:40:220:40:32

-That's a fabulous price.

0:40:320:40:37

-You can wear this bag

-as a clutch bag or with a chain.

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-You must be careful

-with the fabric of this top.

0:41:180:41:23

-our Gossip Girls have their say.

0:41:230:41:27

-Dan joins us in the kitchen and

-you could win 100 in Mwy Neu Lai.

0:41:270:41:32

-The news and weather on S4C

-is followed by Cymoedd Roy.

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Huw Fash fydd yma gyda chyngor ffasiwn a chawn ddysgu mwy am bwysigrwydd y sgôr hylendid bwyd mewn tai bwyta. We learn more about food hygiene scores in restaurants from the FSA.


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