Byddwn yn agor drysau'r cwpwrdd dillad gyda Huw Ffash, a bydd Ann Jones yn trafod beth wnaeth newid ei byd hi. Fashion tips with Huw Rees, and Ann Jones reveals what changed her...
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-Hello and a warm welcome
-to Llanelli on Tuesday afternoon.
-It's the first of August already.
-It'll be time for our
-Christmas Cracker Competition soon!
-Yes, that's right.
-For the time being, we hope you
-are enjoying the summer holiday.
-We've got all this for you today.
-Sarah Louise and her daughter, Nora
-will highlight Breastfeeding Month.
-Catrin marks Fishing Month with
-the New Quay angler, Dafydd Lewis.
-We savour a selection of
-award-winning wines with Dylan.
-The National Eisteddfod
-officially starts on Friday.
-The Board of Management member
-and Deputy Chair of the Council...
-..Gethin Thomas, is counting down
-to the momentous week on Anglesey.
-Ann Jones also tells us how the
-Women's Institute changed her life.
-Stay tuned for the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-It's Breastfeeding Awareness Month.
-There's more emphasis
-on feeding from the breast...
-..because we're more aware
-of the benefits for the baby...
-..but it doesn't suit every mother.
-Sarah-Louise and Nora joins us
-to discuss the matter further.
-Welcome to you both.
-Nora has grown in the past month.
-She's running now!
-I can't stop her.
-Today, the government want to
-introduce breastfeeding lessons.
-They want to introduce it
-at eleven years old.
-However, that's very young.
-Perhaps it would be better
-if the girls were slightly older.
-Eleven is too young.
-Take us through your experiences
-of breastfeeding with Nora.
-Before I had Nora, I didn't have
-an intentions of breastfeeding.
-However, I was open
-to all the options.
-Breastfeeding is difficult.
-You can offer the breast to your
-baby but they might not like it.
-We continued breastfeeding
-for eight months.
-It's recommended to continue
-for at least six months.
-There are all sorts of gadgets to
-help you to breastfeed.
-If you know what's out there,
-you can give it a better go.
-There are slings available
-Lots of people don't agree
-in feeding in public.
-This wrap will help you cover up
-when you're out in public.
-They're great for giving you
-Nora is holding something
-When you're starting to breastfeed,
-it can be very painful.
-These gadgets can be very helpful
-to express some milk for your baby.
-You can ask your partner to help
-you feed your baby during the night.
-This is the pump that powers
-the expressing machine.
-Using an electric breast pump
-makes the process much easier.
-One of our viewers is going back to
-work after ten months with her baby.
-Do you have any advice on cups that
-her baby can use instead of bottles?
-This is a great question.
-It's difficult to know which
-bottles to use with your baby.
-Once they start to drink water,
-they need cups too.
-This Munchkin cup
-doesn't spill water.
-It teaches them
-how to use a proper cup.
-Not many babies know
-how to use sippy cups.
-This cup is a free flow cup.
-They don't need to
-suck on the bottle.
-There's another question from
-Indeg Griffiths from Pontyberem.
-At the start, she was worried
-if she had enough milk for her baby.
-You don't have any way to tell
-how much milk your baby is getting.
-I was worried about this too.
-I asked my midwife for advice.
-If there are enough wet nappies...
-..and your health visitor is happy
-with the your child's weight gain...
-..you can be rest assured
-that there's enough milk.
-You will get to know your baby
-and recognize if they're starving.
-Every three hours,
-I would wake Nora to feed her.
-Don't worry if they don't
-want a feed every three hours.
-You've got your hands full now!
-Thank you, Sarah and Nora.
-There seems to be a month
-for everything including fishing!
-This month, families are encouraged
-to enjoy a spot of fishing...
-..and the thrill
-of reeling in a catch!
-Catrin Reynolds enjoyed a lovely day
-in New Quay, but was she successful?
-Dafydd Lewis is a familiar face
-on the harbourside at New Quay.
-I've got the chance to be his aid
-on his little fishing boat today.
-I went fishing with my father
-during my childhood...
-..around New Quay, Aberaeron,
-the Teifi and the Towy rivers...
-..but sea-fishing is my delight.
-When fishing for bass, we wake at
-4.00am and on the boat at 5.00am.
-It's the best part of the day.
-You also give tours around New Quay.
-We run one-hour and two-hour boat
-trips to Cwmtydu and Llangrannog.
-There's a chance to spot dolphins,
-sea creatures, birds and seals.
-The role of a fisherman
-receives little praise.
-It can be one of the
-most toughest jobs around.
-But you have to enjoy it
-before taking to the shore.
-The sea draws people and we hope
-there's plenty of fish to catch.
-Have you caught one?
-I don't know!
-Let's take a look.
-Yes, you've got a catch.
-Do you want to unhook the fish?
-Yes, I'll try.
-I'll hold the hook whilst
-you hold the fish tightly.
-I'll remove the hook -
-I'm sorry about the blood.
-Place it in the bucket.
-We've lost it.
-I'm not very good at this.
-You'll have to wash your hands.
-You've made a little mess
-and your hands will smell.
-It's going well so far, but I need
-more skill to catch some mackerel.
-What are your best tips
-for a novice like me?
-It's important to stay safe
-and look after yourself on the sea.
-Make sure you're warm enough
-and life jackets are at hand.
-Take a marine radio
-to contact the Coastguard.
-And you need a lot of
-patience whilst fishing.
-We also run fishing trips
-for two, four and eight hours.
-We recommend you go on a trip
-to see if you enjoy fishing...
-..and before you go to any expense.
-It's a chance to master attaching
-the hook and setting everything up.
-It's worth going on a trip first
-just to find out if you like it.
-Fishing runs through my veins and
-I've enjoyed it since my childhood.
-I recall the days of fishing with
-my father and now my son joins me.
-It's lovely to see it
-being passed down.
-Both Sian and I have filmed
-with Dafydd in the past.
-Yes, I was searching for dolphins.
-I did the same.
-If Catrin has inspired you
-to cast out some bait...
-..the National Fishing Month website
-has details of forthcoming events.
-After the break, Dylan has an array
-of award-winning wines to sample.
-We also look forward to the
-Anglesey National Eisteddfod.
-We're joined by the
-Management Board member...
-..and the Deputy Chair
-of the Council, Gethin Thomas.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-A few weeks ago, Dylan Rowlands had
-wine for summer events and parties.
-I managed to chat with him about
-some award-winning wines too.
-This is what he had to say.
-It's the season for wine awards.
-Magazines such as Decanter release
-its gold, silver and bronze awards.
-I've chosen wines that have
-done better than expected.
-The first wine won a silver award
-at the International Wine Challenge.
-It's achieved the same level
-as the Veuve Clicquot Vintage.
-It's the same type of wine and
-called the Cremant de Bourgogne.
-The name of Cremant de Bourgogne
-means that it's from Burgundy.
-It's made using the same method as
-champagne but from a different area.
-This is lovely.
-It's made from the Chardonnay
-or Aligote grape used in champagne.
-Veuve Clicquot is about 50 a bottle
-but this one is 8!
-It's a steal for an excellent French
-wine that's made traditionally.
-I'll have to remember that one.
-What about the next one?
-Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand
-is very popular.
-This makes it more difficult
-to sell French Sauvignon Blanc.
-Sancerre is the Sauvignon Blanc
-People prefer one from New Zealand
-and are willing to pay for it too.
-It's easier to find someone
-to pay 15 for a New Zealand wine...
-..than it is
-to sell a French wine...
-..but this is a gold medal
-winning wine that is 9 a bottle.
-That's a good price
-for a wine from New Zealand.
-The aroma is what you expect
-from New Zealand.
-and you can smell the elderflower.
-In English, you would say
-that it's very pungent.
-Yes, it's nice.
-It's quite something to only pay 9
-for an award-winning wine.
-Yes, and Cloudy Bay
-is another famous wine.
-I'm not sure if Cloudy Bay
-has a gold medal.
-This is on the same level
-as the Cloudy Bay and Greywacke...
-..and other Sauvignon Blanc wine
-from New Zealand.
-Let's move to red wine and I'm not a
-huge fan but am willing to try them!
-Try an award-winning one.
-This Merlot from Chile got silver
-at the International Wine Challenge.
-It's quite light
-in terms of alcohol content.
-They can be very full and strong
-with a 14% alcohol content...
-..but this one is only 12.5%.
-It doesn't smell as strong
-as the Sauvignon Blanc.
-No, but I look for the dark
-and sweet fruit in a Merlot.
-Oh, that's nice.
-I said that I'm not a fan
-of red wine but this is light.
-Yes, and lighter than
-what you would expect from Chile.
-It won silver so puts it in a higher
-market than it's 7 price tag!
-These are all award-winning wines
-that are very reasonably priced.
-Does that mean that they will be
-readily available for us to buy?
-It's a problem as bottles fly off
-the shelves after these awards.
-When I look for wine, a lot of
-the award-winning wine has sold out.
-People buy them straight away.
-The awards have just been released
-so you should be able to get them.
-Winning an award for a wine producer
-secures a position in the market.
-The problem comes
-when they have to meet the demand.
-It can also be difficult
-as the weather is so changeable.
-New Zealand, Chile and Australia
-have similar weather each year...
-..so the wine production
-should be consistent.
-Let's turn the last wine
-which is from Australia.
-I don't know if you'll like it
-as it's much stronger and darker.
-It's the Ringbolt Margaret River
-They make exceptional wine
-in Western Australia.
-It can be quite expensive but
-this is 10 in Tesco at the moment.
-It won gold for being
-the great value red under 15...
-..so it's at the top of the league.
-It's very dark
-when you compare it to the others.
-It has a very different aroma
-to the first and quite dusty.
-You can also smell the oak
-It has a stronger flavour than
-the other which is easier to drink.
-Yes, it's heavier and has about
-14% alcohol so ideal with food.
-It's soft, leaves a lasting flavour
-and a bargain at 10 for this wine.
-Do we still stick to serving white
-wine with white meat and fish...
-..and red wine
-with beef and richer meals?
-Yes, but you should drink
-what you like...
-..but the last wine is too strong
-in flavour and will kill the fish.
-Fish is usually quite light
-and this wine is too overpowering.
-It's better with a rich dish.
-Yes, but red meat would distract
-from the tannins in the wine...
-..which is why people team wine
-with certain food.
-There is sense behind it all.
-I hope so!
-Thank you very much, Dylan and
-I can't wait to try these properly.
-You enjoyed yourself, Sian!
-It doesn't feel like summer at the
-..but you can still venture out with
-a camera and enter our competition.
-These are the details.
-The summer holidays
-are officially here.
-We'd like you to share your summer
-in our photography competition.
-If you're eating ice cream,
-having a picnic in the park...
-..socialising with friends at the
-seaside or at home with family...
-..we'd like to see your photographs.
-You can capture your photos
-on your phone, tablet or camera...
-..to ensure that the summer of 2017
-is recorded forever.
-The winner will receive
-an iPad or television.
-is open until 25 August.
-Send your entry to...
-..Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE...
-..or to [email protected]
-You can also send your images
-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Good luck to you all.
-Get snapping now!
-There'll be ample opportunity
-to take photos at the Eisteddfod.
-is counting down to next week.
-You're a member
-of the Management Board...
-..and Deputy Chair of the Council.
-Welcome to the programme.
-There's plenty on
-at next week's Eisteddfod.
-I looked through
-the programme for the week.
-There are over 850 activities
-available on the Maes.
-Thanks for the staff from the
-Eisteddfod for promoting the event.
-They have reached 400,000 so far.
-Derec Llwyd Morgan
-is an inspiration.
-There are 15 choirs
-competing on the Sunday.
-Daf is also competing
-with a choir on Friday night.
-The opening concert has sold out.
-Many of the concerts have sold out.
-The Noson Lawen evening
-is also a sell-out.
-And there are some tickets available
-for the Gwyn Hughes Jones concert.
-There'll be fantastic performances
-at the Ty Gwerin or House of Folk.
-Bob Delyn will be performing.
-There's Dafydd Iwan too.
-The House of Folk is relatively new
-and is very popular.
-I recall the Cerdd Dant stomp
-many years ago.
-The drama village
-will entertain you for hours.
-Bara Caws Theatre Company
-will be performing here.
-The Literature Tent
-will stir plenty of interest.
-There's a poetry contest here too.
-We remember Hedd Wyn
-at the Eisteddfod.
-The opening night
-will commemorate him.
-There'll be plenty of activities
-to keep your little ones busy.
-There are plenty of festivals
-to entertain them.
-There's plenty for young people.
-Everyone is looking forward to
-seeing Eden on stage next Friday.
-Elin Fflur performs next Saturday.
-Elin hails from the island too.
-Many people complain that it can be
-expensive to come to the Eisteddfod.
-But you can book tickets in advance.
-You'll enjoy a jam-packed day
-on the Anglesey Eisteddfod for 20.
-I will be heading up there
-on Friday morning in the caravan.
-You can also find out more about
-the committees behind the scene.
-How are the rehearsals going
-for the choir competition?
-It's going great at the moment.
-Mari has joined us now.
-What delights are on Heno tonight?
-Join me for an hour-long Heno
-at 7.00pm tonight.
-We're visiting another
-Welsh seaside town tonight.
-Elin is at the seaside town
-of Dinas Dinlle.
-Elin meets the locals and hears
-what Dinas Dinlle has to offer.
-She will be at the Syrffwr Cafe.
-We hear about the historic Plas
-Glynllifon that's being renovated.
-It's a multi-million pound project.
-Rhodri admires the new extension
-at St Fagan's Museum of History.
-I'm joined by the broadcaster,
-Beti George in the studio.
-The young musician,
-Casi Wyn drops in for a chat.
-It's going to be a busy evening.
-but what have you got for us?
-I'll be giving you all the
-latest news from the fashion world.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Next, we've got all the latest
-fashion news and gossip...
-..from our very own fashion guru,
-Welcome to the programme, Huw.
-I look forward to hearing more
-We start with British Vogue.
-Every country has its own Vogue.
-It's a massive day
-in the history of the magazine.
-Edward Enninful is the successor
-of Alexandra Shulman...
-..who resigned in January after 25
-years at the helm of British Vogue.
-Edward Enninful has become
-the first male editor-in-chief...
-..of British Vogue.
-There has always been a woman
-at the helm of British Vogue.
-He's now the only man
-in this business.
-Enninful was born in Ghana
-and raised in London.
-He started in the fashion industry
-as a model at the age of 16...
-..after being scouted on the Tube by
-the stylist, Simon Foxton.
-He was the youngest ever
-..of an international
-Edward Enninful has a history
-of working the magazine...
-..and was a contributing editor
-on American Vogue and Vogue Italia.
-Edward Enninful is the former style
-director at W Magazine.
-He transformed W Magazine.
-He expanded the advertising
-in the magazine by 16%.
-It's the biggest increase
-in any magazine in the world!
-Advertising sells the magazine.
-Alexandra Shulman said that she
-didn't know a lot about his work...
-..but she's been
-living in a closet...
-..because he's world famous!
-Let's turn our attention
-China is known for being
-a technologically advanced country.
-A number of new high-tech
-automated convenience stores...
-..are springing up in neighbourhoods
-in Beijing and Shanghai.
-The stores have shelves lined with
-noodles, beer and various snacks.
-There isn't a checkout.
-This is cash-less shopping.
-It all works on an app
-on your mobile telephone.
-You have to use your real name
-when registering for this app...
-..to avoid any cases of fraud.
-You scan a code to enter
-and sensors detect your purchases.
-The main difference is that these
-stores do not have any staff.
-Many are wondering
-if this new style of store...
-in the fashion industry.
-Zara has introduced self-service
-checkouts at their store in Madrid.
-It's the largest store in the world
-and opened in April 2017.
-It's just like any self-service
-tills in Tesco and other shops.
-Harrods is even considering
-having these self-service tills.
-We also have a story
-about Ralph Lauren.
-Ralph Lauren is reportedly furious
-at the Duchess of Cambridge...
-..because she didn't attend his gala
-at Windsor Castle.
-He had rented the castle
-from the Royal Family.
-Kate wasn't available to be there.
-Ralph Lauren considered pulling out
-of his gala...
-..when he learnt that the Duchess
-of Cambridge would not be attending.
-Ralph Lauren may not have had
-the Duchess of Cambridge...
-..but was graced with the presence
-of Kate Moss and Cate Blanchett...
-..and Emma Watson.
-Ralph Lauren was not happy!
-In the final part
-of today's programme...
-..Ann Jones reveals how joining the
-Women's Institute changed her life.
-We'll see you shortly.
-Ann Jones has joined us
-to discuss the changes to her life.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Before we hear about your
-..tell us a little bit more
-I was born and raised
-on a dairy farm in Pontantwn...
-..which is about five miles away
-I was schooled at Ysgol Gwynfryn...
-..before attending the
-Gwendraeth Valley Grammar School.
-I got married
-and moved to Llanddewi Brefi.
-I met him through
-the Young Farmers' Club.
-Your world changed thanks
-to the Women's Institute.
-How did you start with the WI?
-I was quite lonely
-after we moved to Llanddewi Brefi.
-My mother-in-law was an active
-member of the Women's Institute...
-..so I joined to keep her happy.
-I thought I'd go for a while
-and could slip away quietly...
-..but I had such a warm welcome.
-It's been wonderful to me.
-What drew you in?
-There's a real mix of ages
-in the WI.
-I was 25 when I joined.
-There were members in our group...
-..with women who were
-in their nineties!
-I think it helped with the success
-of the group.
-The older women knew
-how to let their hair down!
-You've had many roles with the WI.
-I thought I would only be
-a local member...
-..but you take interest
-in various things...
-..and you're spotted
-for various roles.
-When the two children
-went to secondary school...
-..I was able to work
-on a county level for the WI.
-I was the Chairman of Ceredigion
-Federation of Women's Institute...
-..from 2010 to 2013.
-I'm the Chair of the
-Federations of Wales Committee.
-I'm the Chair
-of the Public Affairs Committee.
-I've also served as Vice-Chairman
-of the Federation.
-I'm the Chair and Vice-Chairman.
-It's an interesting mix.
-I've got some photographs for you.
-I was speaking at
-the Royal Welsh Show...
-..with members of
-the NFU about food wastage.
-We wanted people and supermarkets
-to cut down on food wastage.
-We wanted them to stop
-the buy one get one free offers.
-I've got another photograph...
-..of the local branch
-celebrating my appointment.
-We went with the group
-to see the Calendar Girls.
-The original members
-were from the WI.
-There's also a photograph of me
-with the MP for climate change.
-Climate change is part
-of your campaign this year.
-we have a campaign about microfibre.
-give off 100,000 fibres...
-..every time that they are washed.
-These are washed into the sea.
-It's eaten by the sea life
-and ingested by the public.
-We want manufacturers to use
-filters in machines...
-..and in water treatment sites.
-We were joined by two members
-That's all from us today
-but we're back tomorrow from 2.00pm.
-There's interior design advice,
-..and our Book Club
-reviews some children's books.
-The news and weather on S4C
-is followed by Cefn Gwlad.
-Dai Jones, Llanilar visits Ruthin
-and hears Cor Rhuthun Choir sing...
-..under the baton of their
-musical director, Robat Arwyn.
-Have a very good afternoon
-and goodbye from us all in Llanelli.
Byddwn yn agor drysau'r cwpwrdd dillad gyda Huw Ffash, a bydd Ann Jones yn trafod beth wnaeth newid ei byd hi. Fashion tips with Huw Rees, and Ann Jones reveals what changed her world.