Huw sy'n edrych ar y trends ffasiwn diweddaraf ac Elaine Jenkins sy'n siarad am ei hymdrech i godi arian at Ysbyty Felindre. Fashion with Huw and fundraising for Felindre Hospit...
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-Hello and welcome
-to Tuesday's edition of Prynhawn Da.
-We've got a studio full of guests
-including Jasmine Wilson.
-We'll chat with you in a moment.
-We'll be joined by Elaine Jenkins
-..to hear about her efforts to raise
-money for Velindre Cancer Centre.
-Lowri Cooke reveals the best films
-that will hit cinemas in 2016...
-..including Batman v Superman.
-Dr Talut Chaudhri will discuss
-his most treasured possessions.
-We start our new series with
-the naturalist, Elinor Gwynn...
-..as she walks the Welsh coastline.
-Huw reveals the latest trends
-in the fashion world for 2016.
-Stay with us
-for the next 50 minutes.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-We start today's programme
-They are important features
-in all of our lives.
-Some are good
-whilst others can be horrific...
-..and there are conveniences in
-Ceredigion that are award-winning.
-They are the best public toilets
-Jasmine Wilson is the cleaning
-services manager for Ceredigion...
-..and she joins us now.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Congratulations for winning
-this British award.
-We've won the UK trophy.
-This is the second time
-we've won this award...
-..for our public services.
-The trophy is very big!
-We must guarantee that we prepare
-a public service for people...
-..for those who live in the area.
-The standards must also be high.
-A public toilet
-doesn't need to be dirty.
-We clean libraries,
-schools and also offices.
-These are some of the prizes
-that we've won.
-We won the National Award
-for Toilets in Education...
-..at Aberporth Primary School.
-Everyone in the county
-appreciates our work.
-We lost out on the theatre award.
-The Millennium Centre in Cardiff
-We have fantastic staff.
-We love our jobs.
-We challenge each other
-to raise the standards.
-We only have 12 people
-working with us.
-One of those is full-time
-and the others are part-time.
-We're happy to give people
-In Aberystwyth, as staff,
-we place flowers in the park.
-As a crew, we've learnt new skills.
-We thought it was important
-to work together.
-We wanted to be
-We need to know
-what we can do to help...
-..and how we can make the toilets
-better for dementia sufferers.
-We're not special in Ceredigion
-as other councils do this.
-However, we do paint our toilets
-and other councils will also begin.
-We want to help others.
-People will flock to your toilets
-in Ceredigion! Thank you, Jasmine.
-After the break, we'll welcome
-Elaine Jenkins from Kidwelly...
-..who chats about her fund-raising
-for the Velindre Cancer Centre.
-She recently embarked
-on a very special trip to Patagonia.
-Lowri Cooke also discusses the films
-that will hit cinemas in 2016...
-..including the BFG.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Most have taken up the challenge
-of raising money for charity.
-I doubt many are confident enough
-to travel across the world...
-..to trek across the world's
-most daring mountain tracks...
-..with some world-famous
-Elaine Jenkins from Kidwelly
-did just that and she joins us now.
-Welcome to the programme, Elaine.
-Tell us about your challenge.
-We raised money for Velindre.
-We travelled to Patagonia
-for a trek.
-There were many celebrities
-Why did you choose to raise money
-I lost my husband to cancer
-four years ago.
-I then started to walk..
-I heard that Velindre did a variety
-of treks to raise money.
-..celebrated 150 years since
-the Welsh Colony was established.
-I signed up,
-but there was a problem.
-I was too old
-and they wouldn't insure me...
-..until I had a check up
-from my doctor.
-I trekked a variety of mountains
-in Wales as part of my training.
-I had to practice carrying
-a large, heavy bag on my back.
-However, I did it.
-One of the mountains
-was higher than Ben Nevis.
-It was like an assault course.
-We crossed rivers and walked
-over bridges with no sides.
-Bamboo trees along our path
-had been cut...
-..and the spikes were dangerous.
-We had some great company
-on the trip.
-The men and young men
-They cared for all of the women.
-We had two captains.
-I went out with Shane Williams,
-Sean Holley and Julien Lewis Jones.
-They went on a different trek.
-I stayed with some of the Welsh
-people in the Welsh Colony.
-We also have Rhod Gilbert.
-I raised 13,800
-in the Llanelli area.
-I'm very pleased.
-We raised half a million as a crew.
-You're preparing for another trip.
-Yes, I'm preparing for another trek.
-Thank you for the support.
-Thank you, Elaine.
-This year, we can expect
-some fantastic films.
-Today, Lowri Cooke is here to reveal
-what will be in our cinemas in 2016.
-Let's start with a film that's
-currently in the cinema, Joy.
-Hi, what are you doing here?
-I'm returning him to you.
-I don't want him anymore.
-He's too damaged.
-He has no place else to go.
-He's been living in my house
-for two years.
-Dad, I'm so sorry.
-Tony's living in the basement.
-Your ex husband shouldn't
-be living in your basement.
-That's not the proper way
-to be divorced.
-OK, I don't know
-where I'm going to put you.
-Dad, don't go in there,
-Mam's in there.
-You can have him back, Terry.
-I don't want him anymore.
-Tell us about the film, Joy.
-This film has received
-a lot of attention.
-I'm sure it will receive
-many Oscar nominations.
-Joy is responsible
-for the magic mop.
-Joy is in the cinemas now.
-I'm here to look ahead to the rest
-of the films from 2016.
-Let's take a look at a clip
-You are psychotic.
-Those are the three simple words
-too big for little minds.
-It is time you learnt what it means
-to be a man.
-Stay down. If I wanted it,
-you'd be dead already.
-It looks like a big film, Lowri.
-That will be one of the best films
-of the year.
-You will love it, Owain.
-The film will be released
-on 25 March.
-It's three years
-since Christian Bale played Batman.
-Ben Affleck is the new Batman.
-Mankind will face a new threat as
-Batman, played by Ben Affleck...
-..embarks on a personal vendetta
-..played by Henry Cavill.
-Batman and Superman
-come together to face their nemesis.
-It looks like a great film.
-I'm a Batman kind of girl.
-We're all aware of the Disney film,
-The Jungle Book.
-Tell us more about the adaptation
-which will be released this year.
-The cartoon was released
-almost 50 years ago.
-The animals return.
-As you can see, this is a real film.
-There are also real animals
-with special effects.
-Bill Murray is the voice of Baloo.
-Idris Elba also voices a character
-in this film.
-I've seen a small clip
-from the film.
-There's a hint that the music
-will be a part of this film.
-Tell us more about the latest
-Captain America : Civil War.
-I don't mind Batman and Superman...
-..but the other superhero films
-are starting to go over the top.
-A feud between Captain America,
-played by Chris Evans...
-..and Iron Man,
-played by Robert Downey Jr...
-..leaves the Avengers in turmoil.
-The Avengers return to this film.
-Tell us more about X-Men Apocalypse.
-This is film number eight.
-The immortal Apocalypse,
-played by Oscar Isaac...
-..is worshipped as a god
-since the dawn of civilization.
-He is the first
-and most powerful of the mutants.
-He awakes after thousands of years
-and recruits Magneto...
-..and other mutants
-to create a new world order.
-I'm bored of these superhero films.
-Tell us more about Finding Dory.
-This is a follow up film
-to Finding Nemo.
-is the voice of Dory.
-This promises to be a great film.
-Finding Nemo was incredibly popular.
-This will be the film of the year
-Tell us more about The BFG.
-is responsible for this film.
-A young girl and a queen must stop
-an invasion of man-eating giants.
-This is a real life version
-of a cartoon film and book.
-Thank you, Lowri.
-There's still plenty to come
-on today's Prynhawn Da.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-In a moment, we visit the Welsh
-coastline in the Newport area...
-..with the naturalist, Elinor Gwynn.
-Huw joins us with his predictions
-for the fashion trends for 2016.
-There's still plenty to enjoy
-Next, we welcome
-Dr Talat Chaudhri...
-..who's originally from Essex
-and has settled in Aberystwyth.
-Today, he joins us to reveal
-his prized possessions.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Why did you move from Essex
-I came to Wales from Essex.
-I was born and raised in Essex.
-I came from a Punjabi background.
-I studied at Oxford
-before coming to Aberystwyth.
-I've stayed there ever since.
-There's a photograph of my father
-and a hat.
-This was taken when he was in his
-He was born in the old India.
-He moved to Britain in the 1950s.
-My father has passed away.
-I'm half Punjabi.
-My father's family is from Pakistan
-but I was born and raised in Essex.
-I was born in the 1970s.
-He died in 2008.
-I was raised in Essex to a half
-Punjabi and half English family.
-My father worked in the docks
-I worked in London and Kent too.
-He was also an actor and in the RAF.
-He did a little bit of everything,
-just like me.
-Why did you decide to learn Welsh?
-I've brought a Welsh book and
-dictionary with me.
-I first heard the Welsh language
-when I was on a family holiday.
-My interest started when I saw
-unusual names on signs.
-I visited the Tresaith and
-Cardigan Bay areas.
-Since then, I enjoyed learning about
-Therefore, I decided to learn
-to speak Welsh.
-How long did it take
-you to learn Welsh?
-Some languages are more difficult
-than others to learn.
-I didn't find Welsh too difficult
-I learnt Russian and French
-I started learning Welsh from books.
-I also went on an eight-week course
-It was a great course
-but it's now ended.
-I've been teaching others too.
-Recently, I've been learning Breton.
-I'm a chairman of the
-Association of Wales-Brittany.
-I've been working with them
-You have an interest in languages
-I have a great interest in
-I studied Ancient History
-and Recent History...
-..at Lady Margaret Hall College
-at Oxford University.
-I studied the history of the Cornish
-language and its sounds.
-How many languages do you speak?
-I'm always asked how many
-languages I speak.
-I'm a fluent Welsh speaker.
-I can't speak Punjabi formally.
-It was my father's language.
-I can speak a few phrases of certain
-Tell us more about this final item.
-This piece of wood
-is my final piece.
-It shows the Aberystwyth
-coat of arms.
-It dates back to 1277.
-I'm a town councillor
-I do lots with local politics.
-I'm a member of Plaid Cymru.
-I represent Southgate and Penparcau.
-I used to live in Southgate.
-I have a personal link with that
-Ceredigion is doing well today!
-I'd like to learn more about our
-Thank you for joining us.
-Today, we start a new series
-with the naturalist, Elinor Gwynn...
-..who'll guide us along the Welsh
-coastline in the coming months.
-We begin in South-East Wales
-and the RSPB wetlands near Newport.
-Two years ago, I had the opportunity
-to walk along the Welsh coastline...
-..just after the Wales
-Coast Path was opened.
-This year, we've decided to revisit
-some of the sites on my tour.
-I will bring you
-..and to show the wonderful variety
-of landscapes we have in Wales.
-We're starting our journey
-near Chepstow in South Wales...
-..which marks the start or the end
-of the path.
-Cellan, we've reached
-the nature reserve...
-..that's located right next
-to the Coast Path.
-We're only a stone's throw away
-from the pylons and power stations.
-Tell the viewers where this reserve
-is located along the path.
-The reserve is three miles east
-of Chepstow city centre.
-It's been here for 15 years and
-welcomes 100,000 people annually.
-The reserve was opened to replace
-the feeding and nesting areas...
-..that were lost when the barrage
-in Cardiff Bay was built.
-This new habitat differs from
-the one that used to be in Cardiff.
-We have bog beds.
-The work done in Cardiff sparked
-the opening of this nature reserve.
-This bogland is located
-on the power station's wasteland.
-The bog beds have been
-We work in partnership
-with Natural Resources Wales...
-..to ensure that we work
-to benefit nature in the long-term.
-One of the most important aspects
-of this nature reserve...
-..is that it's a piece of land
-within the Gwent Levels.
-In the future, we want to reconnect
-the communities with this landscape.
-Our landscape is under pressure
-from new developments and a new M4.
-Cities are also extending out
-to the surrounding levels.
-These bog beds at Newport Wetlands
-often welcome bearded tits.
-This is the first location in Wales
-where they've started to breed.
-It's an important bird and there's
-a good chance that you'll spot one.
-A few have been flying around
-like the marsh and Cetti's warblers.
-During the winter,
-you might even spot a bittern.
-Are there events like guided tours
-around the nature reserve?
-Yes, we have at least one
-guided tour per month.
-There are also events
-for the family.
-You can rent binoculars
-and activity packs for children.
-The Gwent Levels
-is an artificial landscape.
-There's nowhere better in Wales...
-..that shows how man has transformed
-the landscape during history.
-The trenches are an important part
-of managing habitats and landscapes.
-These trenches are essential
-to maintain the current landscape.
-Over thousands of years, wildlife
-has developed in these trenches.
-There are plants and insects
-that only live in these of habitats.
-During the summer, Natural Resources
-Wales and the Gwent Levels owners...
-..ensure that water levels remain
-high to maintain good crop growth.
-During the winter, the water levels
-are lowered to avoid flooding.
-Cellan, I look forward to seeing
-what happens here in the future.
-It's a stunning area
-that faces serious challenges.
-Good luck to the RSPB
-and its partners with their work.
-Mari Grug from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme, Mari.
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-Join me for another jam-packed Heno
-My studio guest
-is the actor Carwyn Jones.
-Carwyn chats about a busy year
-of fulfilling a year-long challenge.
-There's a special programme about
-him on S4C tomorrow...
-..and he's been living a self
-It's time to pull down the Christmas
-..as the minister of one
-Daf has been to meet him in London.
-Our cameras have been to meet
-the giraffe at Folly Farm.
-Huw can tell us what he has in store
-for the year.
-Join me later to see more.
-The shops are still full to brimming
-with sale items...
-..but there are a few corners
-that have the new season's items.
-Today, Huw is going to focus
-on the trends of the new season.
-Welcome to the programme, Huw.
-Today, we've got tips on the latest
-trends for the coming months.
-I was on Heno last night.
-I concentrated on the sales.
-There's a mess in the shops
-with all the sales.
-Today, I'm looking at the
-Autograph's collection contains
-black and white clothes.
-Monochrome will be a strong story.
-This coat is 90.
-You don't need to buy a red coat if
-everything else is in monochrome.
-This coat is an investment buy.
-Shirt-waisted black and white
-dresses will be a big story.
-Winter white is the perfect shade
-for the winter months.
-The accessories can tell you lots
-about the coming season.
-We're already looking ahead to the
-There are plenty of scarves and
-shawls on the high street.#
-There are plenty of scarves and
-shawls on the high street.
-These are heavy scarves.
-Here's a thick scarf.
-The 1970s will be prominent on the
-The saddle bags are coming back
-The saddle bags will be matched with
-some special shoes too.
-You will find an array of boots
-in the shops.
-You shouldn't always match
-..but matching garments
-is in fashion this season.
-Nia will go to change whilst I show
-you some denim garments.
-Denim can bridge the seasons.
-This season, denim is available
-in every shape and shade.
-There are all sorts of garments
-including denim dresses.
-They're back in fashion!
-The denim dresses
-date back to the 1970s.
-You can see that this is a modern
-..as there are accessories to match
-the garments perfectly.
-This dress is 40 from River Island.
-When you see the matching items
-for a dress...
-..you know that the dress will be
-This denim is different to the dress
-that I used to have.
-When you keep something from the
-first time around...
-..it will never look as good.
-However, you can revamp a look by
-adding new buttons.
-Nia has changed quickly.
-Dallas and Dynasty fans will love
-how this outfit matches perfectly.
-There isn't any contrast
-with this outfit.
-I showcased the granny chic look.
-This is a tailored jacket
-and a pussybow blouse.
-If your grandmother wore these
-garments, she was fashionable.
-She wore Burberry not Peacocks!
-This look works well and
-To complete this look,
-I'm adding leatherette.
-It's everywhere at the moment.
-Leatherette has been seen on the
-high street for many years.
-Sharon Griffiths wears a pair of
-leather trousers from the 1980s.
-I've kept a pair but I don't know if
-That's all for today's Prynhawn Da.
-Tomorrow, Heledd helps us to relax
-with various alternative therapies.
-Christmas is over.
-I'll have the perfect relaxation
-treatment for you.
-We'll also be arranging flowers
-for the home with Kevin Davies.
-Y Castell with Jon Gower will follow
-the news and weather on S4C.
-Today, he traces the history of the
-castle in Wales and across Europe.
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Huw sy'n edrych ar y trends ffasiwn diweddaraf ac Elaine Jenkins sy'n siarad am ei hymdrech i godi arian at Ysbyty Felindre. Fashion with Huw and fundraising for Felindre Hospital, Cardiff.