Bydd Iola Jones o Mudiad Meithrin yn edrych ymlaen at ddathliadau pen-blwydd y mudiad yn 45 oed. Iola Jones from Mudiad Meithrin will look forward to the organisation's 45th bir...
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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We're live from Llanelli
-for the next 50 minutes.
-Today, Karl Davies will be looking
-at the latest newspaper articles.
-Welcome to the programme.
-We look forward to chatting to you.
-This is what else
-you can expect to see.
-Mudiad Meithrin are celebrating
-a very special anniversary...
-..and will be celebrating
-with a pyjama party.
-Our gardening expert will grow
-parsnips and transplant a hedge.
-It's Baby Day and the perfect excuse
-to start concentrating on mothers.
-Lowri Steffan has advice on creating
-the perfect office space at home.
-Dan Rowbotham from Llangeitho
-who works tirelessly for the Urdd...
-..joins us to reveal
-his most treasured possessions.
-It's great to have your company
-here on Prynhawn Da.
-We start today's programme
-by looking at the weekend papers.
-We're joined by our columnist,
-We start a Sunday Times article
-It suggests that Theresa May
-is living in another galaxy.
-has said this about her.
-There was a chat among Theresa May
-and Jean Claude Juncker...
-..at Downing Street.
-..to agree unanimously an
-uncompromising opening stance...
-..in the Brexit negotiations.
-The European Union yesterday
-called on Theresa May...
-..to provide immediate serious
-and real guarantees...
-..to its citizens living in Britain.
-There was a great headline
-in the newspaper!
-Juncker said about the chef
-at Downing Street.
-He said that dinner was excellent
-and he wasn't talking...
-..about the food!
-There was another story
-in The Sunday Times.
-It took ten years for Canada and
-Europe to come to an agreeance...
-..with a trade deal.
-Let's move on to The Observer.
-Last week, we heard that the members
-at the summit...
-..took four minutes to negotiate.
-They've been arguing
-before starting the discussions.
-There's a need for goodwill
-at these discussions.
-The next article is from
-The Sunday Times magazine.
-She's a beautiful woman.
-She's incredibly attractive.
-She's also very active with the UN.
-Some 3.8 million follow
-her on Twitter.
-She's a princess with a cool day job
-it states on Twitter.
-She was interviewed by The Times.
-She was also a refugee.
-She places a different perspective
-on the matter.
-We stay with the Times and
-head to Yorkshire.
-The Queen is among a clutch
-of landowners set to share...
-..a 3.8 billion windfall from
-the largest mine dug in Britain.
-Dozens of small farmers
-in North Yorkshire...
-..could become multimillionaires...
-..thanks to a gigantic deposit of
-fertiliser a mile below the moors.
-Polyhalite is one of the
-finest fertilizers you can have.
-A tunnel will be made underground.
-They don't want to cause any damage
-to the national park.
-We close with an interesting story.
-One of Germany's
-most beautiful cities...
-..has a problem masked by its
-grand squares and elegant buildings.
-To reclaim its future, Gorlitz, on
-is offering to pick up the bills...
-..of anyone who signs up to its
-probationary residency scheme.
-The city which served as the setting
-for a series of Hollywood films...
-..is hoping to lure newcomers from
-all over the world...
-..by offering them freebies
-during a two-week temporary stay.
-There is even free beer laid
-on by Landskron, the local brewery.
-It sounds like a great place
-After the break,
-we celebrate Baby Day...
-..by finding out what
-Mudiad Meithrin have to offer.
-We'll also plant parsnips and
-transplant a hedgerow with Ieuan.
-See you in a few minutes.
-For anyone with children
-in their family...
-..the Mudiad Meithrin
-is a very recognizable name.
-This year, they celebrate
-their 45th anniversary.
-Iola Jones is here to tell us
-more about the celebrations.
-Welcome to the programme.
-It's quite a milestone.
-Mudiad Meithrin is going
-from strength to strength.
-We didn't know how to celebrate.
-We wanted to break a world record
-and make a fun event.
-It will be a way of raising money
-for the Mudiad Meithrin.
-Our aim is to break
-the world record of 2,004.
-We have a character for
-Mudiad Meithrin called Dewin.
-We sent out a plea for pyjamas
-We held a competition for the
-children to design the pyjamas.
-The pyjama factory, Aykroyds & Sons
-have worked with us...
-..to create large pyjamas for Dewin.
-Dewin is the lovable character
-of the Mudiad Meithrin.
-They've helped us to produce over
-700 Dewin and Doti pyjama sets...
-..to sell to the children
-that attend Mudiad Meithrin.
-Over 680 sets have been sold
-to the children of Wales.
-We've held many competitions.
-The prize for one of
-..was to have a story
-in the magazine, WCW.
-We also congratulated a lady
-..who won our poetry
-How many will be taking part?
-We hope to have over 2,500
-to take part in the event.
-We need everyone to take part.
-All Mudiad Meithrins and many
-schools will be taking part.
-We want people to get in touch
-..and tell us how many people
-are taking part.
-The details are on the screen.
-Any pyjamas will do.
-These pyjamas have been chosen
-as the design...
-..that we have been selling to the
-children of the Mudiad Meithrins.
-A lot of adults would like a pair
-A lot of things have changed
-for the Mudiad since 1971.
-We've gone from strength
-We have over 500 Mudiad Meithrins
-and 400 Ti a Fi's today.
-We take children from the crib
-to the schools.
-A lot of people who have been to
-Mudiad Meithrins are now parents.
-As part of Mudiad Meithrin's
-45th anniversary celebrations...
-..we will hold the world's largest
-pyjama party on the 9th May.
-Anyone is welcome to join in and
-have their own pyjama party.
-We hope all Ti a Fi and creches
-will get involved.
-Make sure you get in touch with us
-and tell us how many people...
-..you have involved in your event.
-We're going to be taking part.
-We can't wait.
-Thank you for joining us.
-It's the start of May
-and the year is flying by.
-Now is the perfect time to sow seeds
-and transfer shrubs.
-Here's our gardening expert,
-Ieuan, to share his advice.
-One of today's tasks
-is to sow parsnip seeds.
-Use fresh seeds every year.
-Parsnip seeds are different
-to other vegetables seeds.
-They lose preservation after a year.
-The package states that you should
-sow them between February and May.
-But February and March
-are too early to sow outside.
-The soil is too cold.
-Most of the seeds will rot, leave
-gaps and will be a waste of time.
-Wait until late April
-or early May before sowing.
-will have warmed to 10C to 12C.
-Create a half-an-inch deep furrow.
-Sow three or four seeds in a cluster
-every eight inches along the furrow.
-Once they've bud, prune the small
-plants and leave their strongest.
-If the seeds grow slowly
-or the weather is too cold...
-..start to growing process
-before sowing them.
-Sprinkle the seeds on damp tissue
-and cover with another damp piece.
-Place a clear cover over the top and
-store in temperatures of 15C to 20C.
-A week to ten days later,
-the seeds will form white roots.
-You can sow these outside
-in the usual manner.
-The autumn is the ideal time to move
-small shrubs or plant them from new.
-You can do this in early spring
-before any new growth.
-But there are always other tasks to
-do, or the weather is unfavourable.
-Now I'm transferring these ceanothus
-shrub cuttings from two years ago.
-It produces clusters of blue flowers
-during the spring and summer.
-It should be fine to transfer
-as late as this in spring...
-..as long as you take
-the appropriate steps.
-Soak the soil well a day
-before moving the plant.
-Dig deep around the shrub like this.
-Roots will break in the process,
-but it won't cause any harm.
-I've opened a hole that's twice
-the size of the original hole.
-The soil is like clay which helps
-with drainage and promotes growth.
-I'll add more grit to the soil
-I've dug out and some bone meal.
-Return the shrub to the hole and
-position at an appropriate level.
-Fill the hole with more soil.
-Create a trench
-around the shrub for drainage.
-Finish with some more soil
-for a level and neat surface.
-The plant won't know it's moved!
-Mari has been busy planting.
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-Join us for tonight's Heno
-Llyr Gwyn Lewis
-will be my studio guest.
-He's an author and poet.
-He's going to publish a book
-of short stories.
-He's also going to be travelling
-to Barcelona soon.
-We're going to be
-at Ysgol Brynrefail.
-They've won a competition.
-Alun meets a crew of talented pupils
-from Ysgol Bro Morgannwg.
-They've won a national
-English public speaking competition.
-You can also enter
-our photography competition.
-After the break, it's Baby Day
-and we'll be chatting...
-..to young mother, Sarah Louise
-about her experiences.
-Lowri also shows us how to create
-an effective home office.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-We're joined by the 23-year-old
-mother, Sarah Louise...
-..and her daughter, Nora.
-Welcome to the studio.
-Nora is behaving well.
-How old is Nora?
-Nora will turn one next week.
-She's very well behaved
-and sleeps well.
-You love being a mum.
-What was a like being pregnant?
-I enjoyed pregnancy.
-Nora wasn't planned
-but I enjoyed being pregnant.
-I dressed up my bump.
-Were you ill?
-I was ill at the start
-but it passed.
-I managed to continue working.
-She was a week overdue and I was
-a little fed up by that point.
-How old were you?
-I fell pregnant at 21.
-Did you have any advice?
-I was given lots of unwanted advice.
-However, I did receive
-some useful advice too.
-My husband gave me the best advice.
-He told me not to listen to anyone.
-He told me that she would be
-our child and nobody else's child.
-We followed Nora
-and did what she wanted.
-I was told to leave her to scream.
-However, she wouldn't settle.
-Did you look online and in books?
-There's lots of advice online.
-There's a range of different views.
-That isn't the case with books.
-People don't preach as much online.
-There are lots of different tips
-and ways of going about things.
-You have a year of experience.
-Have you shared any advice?
-I've contributed to a few forums
-I have lots of friends with babies
-the same age.
-We recently took Nora with us
-on a skiing honeymoon.
-People were surprised with this.
-However, we enjoyed.
-It's great to be able to share
-advice about flying and holidays.
-I'd like more people to share
-their experiences too.
-If there are others in the same
-boat as me, get in touch.
-I'm a Rhondda girl
-and I'll answer anything!
-Have your circle of friends changed?
-Our circle of friends
-has changed since having Nora.
-It's great to socialise with others
-in the same situation.
-We can now go swimming
-and to playgrounds now.
-What can people
-get in contact about?
-I'd like people to get in touch with
-me if they're unsure of something.
-When you're expecting,
-you don't know what's ahead.
-Some advice can be useful.
-I'm willing to share my experience
-of the birth, feeding and more.
-Nora has escaped.
-She's with our floor manager.
-I'll return again
-with more advice for mothers.
-The closing date for our photography
-competition is fast approaching.
-Send us your spring photographs
-..for your chance of winning
-a television or iPad.
-If you haven't submitted your entry
-yet, here are all the details.
-Nature springs to life, the days
-are longer and flowers are in bloom.
-Take a long walk with the family or
-enjoy a relaxed afternoon in a park.
-There's ample photo opportunities
-for you to enter our competition.
-The winner gets an iPad
-or a television.
-You have until midday on 5 May
-You can post your photographs to...
-..Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to
-You can also contact us
-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Search for PrynhawndaS4C
-and good luck to you all!
-With more of us choosing
-to work from home...
-..many individuals turn small
-corners of their homes into offices.
-Lowri Steffan has a
-number of ideas for us.
-You have a desk full here.
-I have lots of ideas on how
-to create a workspace at home.
-We've all become more flexible.
-We need space to work from home.
-I have ideas on how to create a
-pleasant office space at home.
-People have computers
-and iPads at home too.
-We all have a computer,
-laptop or iPad at home.
-It's important to have a designated
-work space for these items.
-Where shall we start?
-I have a collection
-of essentials here.
-The silver lamp comes from The Range
-and costs 14.99.
-Lighting is very important.
-You should aim for natural light...
-..but if not, opt for task lighting.
-If you'll spend lots of time
-in your home office...
-..make the space a pleasant one.
-Lighting can make a difference.
-There's a metallic theme here.
-You could also go for
-a more traditional look.
-There's storage pots
-and magazine files.
-These are a leather material.
-If you don't have much space,
-you have to be organised.
-These items are durable too.
-There's also a globe
-and a wonderful lamp.
-The Range sells these green lamps
-You should have a homely feel.
-The multi frames comes from
-Marks and Spencer and costs 19.50.
-You can use this as a frame
-or to hold your notes.
-Next, we have more storage ideas.
-There's a collection
-of white and blackboards.
-There's one with heart detailing.
-The heart blackboard comes
-from The Range and costs 7.99.
-You can write down notes on these.
-Artificial flowers will make
-your office look more attractive.
-You can also introduce colours
-with some frames or canvases.
-It's important to remember
-that it's an office space at home.
-There are storage files available.
-The bin comes from Dunelm
-and it costs 10.00.
-The Range sell these storage boxes
-for between 1.99 and 2.99.
-They're quite tough and sturdy
-and can hold lots of objects.
-There are some options to add
-comfort to your office.
-You could introduce
-a more relaxed reading area.
-This chair has a selection
-of cushions on it.
-You don't have to be
-restricted to a desk.
-There's a frame with
-a scene of Paris on it too.
-Plenty of ideas here.
-There's plenty of ideas
-to find a look to suit your home.
-Still to come today...
-..we chat to Dan Rowbotham who is
-president of the students' union...
-..at University of Wales,
-Trinity Saint David.
-He chats about
-his prized possessions.
-We hear about a piece of poetry,
-a lanyard and a postcard.
-You can find out
-more about them shortly.
-Our final guest is originally
-from Llangeitho in Ceredigion.
-He's an old friend to Prynhawn Da
-and has joined us on many occasions.
-welcome to the programme.
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-I've been working as the president
-of the students' union at Trinity.
-I'm busy and there's plenty to do.
-I've also graduated
-and try my best to behave.
-I try to be responsible!
-I've been very active
-with the Urdd over the years.
-Let's take a look at this lanyard.
-This lanyard is from the Urdd
-and has my name on it.
-I wear the lanyard
-when I volunteer with the Urdd.
-I continue to volunteer with the
-Urdd and attend trips regularly.
-It represents my time
-over the past few years.
-I've taken part of the activities
-held by the Urdd.
-I also feel important
-when I wear it!
-I recently returned from
-Disneyland, Paris with the Urdd.
-There were 60 children with us.
-It was busy but I enjoyed.
-I'm off to Spain and Patagonia
-with them this year.
-We also have a piece of poetry.
-I won the Mered prize
-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.
-I won it at the Eisteddfod
-There was a party held.
-penned this poem for me.
-..from Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol
-when I won the Mered memorial prize.
-It's a lovely gift.
-Those days are over.
-The words are like a slogan for me.
-The prize recognizes
-the contribution of a student...
-..who is a member of
-Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol...
-..to Welsh life and culture
-within the university and beyond.
-I worked actively on the campus
-and was an ambassador.
-I also helped prospective students.
-I've also travelled with the role.
-I've enjoyed it all.
-There's also a postcard
-I was born and raised in Llangeitho.
-It's steeped in history.
-It's near Tregaron.
-It's below Aberystwyth!
-I love going home
-as I've passed my test.
-Did you pass it the first time?
-I passed my driving test
-the second time.
-My father handed
-a pile of postcards to me.
-They are all over the house with me.
-I love the place
-and I went to school there.
-I had a fantastic life
-What's next for you?
-I will be going to Patagonia
-for a fortnight in October.
-I've got another week at Trinity.
-I will be moving to America too.
-I'm going to work at a Welsh centre.
-I will be an intern.
-I can't wait.
-Good luck to you!
-That's it from us today.
-Tomorrow, we'll have food
-and drink advice from Alison Hiw.
-Our Book Club reviews a book
-about the history of the Welsh.
-Huw Fash also opens
-his fashion wardrobe.
-Cefn Gwlad follows
-the news and weather on S4C.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Bydd Iola Jones o Mudiad Meithrin yn edrych ymlaen at ddathliadau pen-blwydd y mudiad yn 45 oed. Iola Jones from Mudiad Meithrin will look forward to the organisation's 45th birthday.