Tue, 11 Apr 2017 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 11 Apr 2017

Syniadau ar gyfer addurno bwrdd bwyd y Pasg a bydd Dr Llinos yn trafod y toriad Cesaraidd. Ideas for decorating the Easter table, and Dr Llinos will discuss the C-Section.


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-Hello and welcome to your

-Tuesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-Easter is almost upon us,

-but are you ready for it?

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-We've got a jam-packed programme

-full of Easter suggestions for you.

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-Lowri Steffan shows various ways

-of preparing the table for Easter.

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-Do you fancy a trip to the cinema

-with the children?

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-Lowri Cooke is here with

-a selection of new releases.

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-We step into the garden with Ieuan

-and today he focuses on camellias.

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-We browse through the latest

-magazines with Alun Williams.

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-Elizabeth Fernandez from Gagman

-also shares her prized possessions.

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-There's plenty of chats and ideas

-for you over the next 50 minutes.

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-It's Caesarean Awareness Month.

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-According to doctors, there's

-confusion regarding the process.

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-With over 25% of babies in Britain

-are born via a caesarean section...

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-..the aim is to quash

-the concerns of expectant mothers.

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-Dr Llinos Roberts joins us

-and she's had a three c-sections.

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-Bethan Wyn has had given birth

-naturally and had a caesarean.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-What is a caesarean section?

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-It's a form of surgery.

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-The aim is to give birth to a baby.

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-A caesarean may be recommended as

-a planned or elective procedure...

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-..or performed in an emergency

-if a vaginal birth is too risky.

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-It's a choice to make if there are

-any risks to both mother and baby.

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-You've both had caesarean sections.

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-Why did you have your

-caesarean section, Bethan?

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-I had a caesarean section

-because I had a low-lying placenta.

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-A month before, I started bleeding.

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-I had Cian early.

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-It was a tough time.

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-I blame the Caesarean section

-for this.

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-I didn't expect him to come early.

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-Is it rare to give birth naturally

-after a caesarean section?

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-Many people plan for a c-section

-and have a natural birth instead.

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-You can have a c-section

-on your first child...

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-..and have a natural birth

-on your second.

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-Many women think it's a better

-choice for them...

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-..to have a caesarean section.

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-A c-section is needed

-in some special cases.

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-It shouldn't be a choice if you are

-able to have a natural birth.

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-There are risks such as clotting

-and to your unborn child.

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-Many people think it's an easy

-option.

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-Many celebs opt for a c-section.

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-We must be clear

-that this is a form of surgery.

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-The recovery of a c-section is much

-longer than a natural birth.

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-I was in hospital for a week after

-having Cian.

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-The recovery after my natural birth

-was a lot quicker.

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-It can also affect breastfeeding.

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-I had an infection

-and it was painful.

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-It affects women in different ways.

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-I've had three c-sections.

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-It's recommended that you don't have

-more than three.

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-The skin becomes tougher

-and the procedure becomes trickier.

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-You can also get infections again.

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-Infections make their way

-into the body.

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-You have to look after the wound

-for weeks after the procedure.

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-What about the complications

-with a baby?

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-In natural births,

-the baby is pushed out.

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-It pushes out liquid from the lungs.

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-This doesn't apply

-when you have a c-section.

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-It can affect the early days

-of the baby.

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-I didn't have a choice.

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-I had to have my c-section.

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-I chose not to have a c-section

-for the second child.

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-I was glad I did this.

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-But I was glad that I had a

-c-section because Cian was healthy.

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-I found the second birth easier

-but very painful!

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-Don't feel disappointed and like a

-failure if you have a c-section.

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-Yesterday, we saw Gareth making

-a special Prynhawn Da pudding.

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-Elliw Mai from Fairwater in Cardiff

-has been busy following the recipe.

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-She sent us these photographs.

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-It looks incredible, Elliw.

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-After the break...

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-..Lowri Steffan shares some

-home style ideas for Easter.

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-Welcome back.

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-Lowri Steffan joins us with a host

-of ideas for the table at Easter.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The family come together.

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-It's the first time since Christmas.

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-It's a time to feast again.

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-We want to make it special.

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-The shops are brimming

-with these Easter decorations.

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-It tends to happen

-during most holiday periods now.

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-It's a way for shops

-to make more money.

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-We have three looks today.

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-We start with the monochrome look.

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-It's striking at this time of year.

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-The plates set is from Asda

-and starts at 18.

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-We also have this butterfly set

-of glasses from Asda at 6.

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-You can also place tea lights

-They are 1 each.

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-We move to M&S next.

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-I like the lustre blush look.

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-They are from M&S and 25.

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-We also have a cup and saucer

-with a gold gilt edging.

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-Afternoon tea is still very popular.

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-It's been around for years.

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-Yvonne has been picking at the

-chocolate.

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-The cutlery set looks old fashioned

-and retro.

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-They are very traditional.

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-They are from M&S and cost 12.50.

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-They've got an ivory look.

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-We also have

-these crochet table mats.

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-We also have

-these crochet table mats.

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-We also moving on

-to the light lilac.

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-It's a more fresh look.

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-It's from Dunelm and cost 10.

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-It won't break the bank and

-will take you through to the summer.

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-We also have these salt and pepper

-house-style shakers.

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-They are lovely.

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-We also have glasses from Dunelm

-that are from 2.25 each...

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-..to 3.25 each.

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-We also finish with the turquoise

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-They are from Dunelm and cost

-from 2.50 each to 4 each.

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-It also includes some mugs.

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-I like them all but prefer the

-chocolate!

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-To celebrate Easter we're preparing

-you for a chocolate-filled weekend!

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-You can win a hamper swamped with

-Easter eggs for the whole family.

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-All you have to do

-is answer this simple question:

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-What garment is worn at Easter?

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-1) Easter bonnet, 2) Easter shoes,

-or 3) Easter trousers?

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-To enter,

-call us on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-Our phone lines close at 3.00pm

-on Wednesday 12 April.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

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-For full terms and conditions,

-email us at [email protected]

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-Good luck to you all!

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-You were enjoying the chocolate.

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-It's time for popcorn

-and the cinema.

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-We start with a clip from Boss Baby.

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-Who are you?

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-Who are you?

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-Let's just say, I'm the boss.

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-You're a baby. You wear a diaper.

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-You know who else wears diapers?

-Astronauts and Nascar drivers.

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-The average toddler spends

-45 hours a year on the potty.

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-I'm the boss. I don't have

-that kind of spare time.

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-What did you think of Boss Baby?

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-It's on our list this Easter.

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-This is a pioneering cartoon.

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-The story is familiar.

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-A new baby's arrival

-impacts a family.

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-The story is told from the point

-of view of seven-year-old, Tim.

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-The attention is split

-between the two brothers.

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-It's a story of jealously.

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-How will Tim cope

-with the new arrival?

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-He starts to see things.

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-Boss Baby wears a suit

-and carries a briefcase.

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-The voice behind the unusual

-Boss Baby is Alec Baldwin.

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-Tim discovers that Boss Baby is

-actually a spy on a secret mission.

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-Only he can help thwart

-a dastardly plot...

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-..that involves an epic battle

-between puppies and babies.

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-I looked forward to see this.

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-I thought it would be

-like Inside Out.

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-It's a bit soul-less.

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-The story is complex

-and high concept.

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-Children may get bored and only the

-parents will understand the jokes.

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-Storks were more clever

-in delivering their jokes.

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-Next, we have

-Smurfs: The Lost Village.

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-The Smurfs derive from Belgium.

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-This is the third Smurf films.

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-Demi Lovato is the voice of

-one of the Smurfs in this film.

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-Smurfette, Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty

-use a special map to guides them...

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-..through the Forbidden Forest.

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-They race against time and battle

-against the evil wizard, Gargamel.

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-The Smurfs are in search

-of a mysterious village.

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-It's a village of Smurfettes.

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-Julia Roberts

-voices one of the Smurfs.

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-Trolls is better than this film.

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-It's a traditional cartoon.

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-The effects are great.

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-It's suitable for young children.

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-TV children's favourite, Peppa Pig

-makes her debut cinema appearance.

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-We've got Peppa Pig:

-My First Cinema Experience.

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-It's a great way to attract

-young children to the cinema.

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-We join Peppa in this exciting

-new pre-school cinema experience.

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-Young viewers will also join Peppa

-on an Australian holiday...

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-..to visit her old friend,

-Kylie Kangaroo.

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-There are nine episodes

-in this film.

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-There are great nursery rhymes.

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-Beauty and the Beast has been

-in our cinema for a few weeks.

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-This is a live-action version of

-the 1990s classic Disney animation.

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-I love Beauty and the Beast.

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-Luke Evans from Pontypool

-is a great as Gaston.

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-Emma Watson is a bright, beautiful

-and independent young, Belle.

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-The Beast is played by

-Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens.

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-Going in Style

-is also in the cinema.

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-I loved this film.

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-Going In Style

-boasts a stellar cast.

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-Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine

-star in Going In Style.

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-Lifelong buddies Willie,

-Joe and Albert...

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-..decide to buck retirement and

-step off the straight-and-narrow...

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-..when their pension funds

-become a corporate casualty.

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-It's a great story too.

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-After the break...

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-..we join Ieuan in the garden

-who tends to his camellia shrubs

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-And we browse through the latest

-men's magazines with Alun Williams.

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-Welcome back.

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-Mari Grug is here with

-a guide to tonight's Heno.

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-Don't forget to join me at 7.00pm.

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-We're in Crymych to meet residents

-from their twin town in Brittany.

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-Residents from Plovei in Brittany

-enjoy a festival of entertainment.

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-They are enjoying a Fest Noz.

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-Elin Harvard and Elan Llwyd

-join me on the sofa at 7.00pm.

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-They are students

-in Oxford University.

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-Rhodri Davies admires legends

-at a National Library exhibition.

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-The exhibition

-is called Legends! / Arwyr!

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-We remind you of details of our

-chocolate-filled Easter competition.

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-I've eaten most of the eggs!

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-The recent weather has been

-perfect for a spot of gardening.

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-Many of you have been busy

-doing odd jobs outside.

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-Here's Ieuan with his tips for April

-and some advice on camellias.

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-Remove withered camellias on shrubs

-and collect those that have fallen.

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-This makes the shrub

-look more appealing.

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-It also prevents the germination of

-unwanted seeds which stunts growth.

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-Regular pruning or deadheading also

-controls the spread of petal blight.

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-The fungal disease causes

-petals to brown and drop.

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-It's the perfect time

-to fertilize spring growth.

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-Camellias prefer acidic soil.

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-Therefore, I'll use ammonia,

-potassium and iron sulphate.

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-They provide nitrogen, potassium

-and iron for healthy petal growth.

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-Sulphate maintains acidity levels

-for roots to absorb the nutrients.

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-Petals can burn and drop

-if you overfeed the plant.

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-Feed with a small amount in spring

-and possibly again in early summer.

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-Mature camellias shrubs

-don't require any fertilizer...

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-..only if chlorosis forms

-where leaves turn yellow.

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-But you should feed young

-and small shrubs.

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-It's also necessary

-to feed potted camellias.

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-If you're not confident

-in using fertilizers like this...

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-..use a complete liquid fertilizer.

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-Use it every fortnight

-during the growth period.

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-It's perfect and convenient

-for potted camellias.

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-Did you spot black stains

-on the leaves?

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-You may have spotted it on your

-camellia leaves or rose bushes.

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-This fungus grows on honeydew...

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-..the sticky substance produced

-by aphids that desiccate leaves.

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-The fungus isn't poisonous...

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-..but it affects appearance

-and obstructs sun exposure.

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-It hinders the production of sugar

-during the photosynthesis process.

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-The plant becomes weaker

-and it stunts new growth.

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-The solution is to soak a sponge in

-water and wash the affected leaves.

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-You can prevent re-growth

-of the fungus...

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-..by controlling the

-honeydew-producing critters.

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-Spray fungicide from late April

-onwards during an aphid invasion.

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-The final step is to kill ants

-around the shrub.

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-They feed aphids, spread them around

-a shrub and protect them from harm.

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-The problem has to be

-tackled from both sides.

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-Alun Williams has flicked through

-the pages of some men's magazines.

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-Welcome to the programme, Alun.

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-Before we turn to the magazines...

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-..Alun is a former air steward

-so I want to talk about one story.

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-The newspapers have the story of

-a man being thrown off a plane...

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-..that was going

-from Chicago to Louiseville.

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-The passenger was being man-handled

-off the plane...

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-..because the company

-had overbooked.

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-What are you thoughts on this, Alun?

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-It's incredible.

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-I've seen this happen a few times.

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-They usually tell passengers

-beforehand.

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-People can get compensation.

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-However, I've seen in the past...

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-..where passengers sit

-in the cock-pit!

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-This man was a doctor.

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-He claimed that he had

-to travel because of his work.

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-Let's look at FS.

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-FS has an article about YouTube.

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-YouTube was launched

-in February of 2005.

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-of videos...

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-..which equates

-to about 93 years!

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-It's great for watching films

-and concerts.

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-There's a lot of weird things

-on YouTube too!

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-One of the most popular videos on

-YouTube...

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-..is a series of videos

-called Let's Play...

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-..which are videos of other people

-playing computer games.

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-All you see is the person's face

-playing the game!

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-Some ten million people...

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-..watch a video of a girl

-that is said to help them sleep.

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-You go to bed and listen to this

-person whispering in your ear...

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-..to help you go to sleep!

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-People want to share the

-experience of eating with others.

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-We remain with FS

-for the next article.

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-FS has an article

-that deals with the press.

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-The article looks at the various

-ways people deal with the press.

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-David Moyes is often in the press.

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-He spoke quite harshly

-to a BBC reporter.

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-Football managers are under a lot of

-pressure by the press.

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-These people are often

-former players.

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-They are very emotional.

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-Swansea Football team

-is leading the way.

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-Abbie Sandler

-is going into the team...

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-some sort of new diet...

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-..that is meant to fix all

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-We live in a culture...

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-..where we have celebrity chefs

-telling us what we should be eating.

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-The article in GQ

-does call on the government...

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-..to make things clearer

-when it comes to food packaging.

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-The latest diet suggests

-that we should eat more fat...

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-..but less carbohydrates.

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-There's so many diets out there.

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-Thank you, Alun.

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-After the break...

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-..Elizabeth Fernandez from Gaiman

-chats about her prized possessions.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The Patagonian actress,

-Elizabeth Fernandez has joined us.

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-She is here to share the stories

-behind some of her prized items.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Tell us more about yourself.

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-I'm originally from Gaiman

-in Patagonia.

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-It's in the south of Argentina.

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-I was raised

-in a Welsh speaking area...

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-..but my family

-couldn't speak Welsh.

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-I decided to learn Welsh in Gaiman.

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-I learnt over an hour a week.

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-I could only speak Welsh

-in the class.

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-Your Welsh is fantastic.

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-I only had an hour

-of week of lessons.

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-How did your Welsh progress?

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-We always welcomed

-people from Wales.

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-In 2002, I won a scholarship...

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-..and got to study in Lampeter...

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-..and it was a great place.

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-I couldn't speak English

-at the time.

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-It was very strange.

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-I was immersed in a Welsh community.

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-Everyone was so kind.

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-It was a dream come true.

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-You've also settled here.

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-Yes, I live in Wales now.

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-I only had a passport

-from Argentina...

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-..so I didn't think

-I could stay in Wales.

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-However, I managed to get

-a Spanish passport.

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-I'm from Argentina.

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-It's thanks to

-the Spanish passport...

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-..that I'm able to come here.

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-My name is slightly different

-in the passport.

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-My father's surname is Fernandez.

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-The quickest way to get

-a passport...

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-..was by using my mother's name.

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-It's the tradition in Spain to

-use both your parents' surnames.

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-The stone

-is in the shape of a heart.

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-The stone was given to me

-by my eldest nephew, Facundo...

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-..when I was home last January.

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-It's the summer

-at that time in Patagonia.

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-I was in Patagonia for Christmas.

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-My brother has two children.

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-We went to the beach.

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-My nephew gave me the stone.

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-Carrying the stone...

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-..makes me feel like my family

-is with me wherever I go.

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-My nephew doesn't know

-that I always carry it.

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-Patagonia has had a lot of flooding.

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-Over 2,000 people

-have lost their homes.

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-A lorry from Buenos Aires

-is trying to get through to help.

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-It's also difficult in Gaiman too.

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-What about the badge?

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-You got a role in Pobol y Cwm.

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-The badge represents the high regard

-I have for the Welsh language.

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-It was great to appear in the soap.

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-I've met some wonderful people

-thanks to the Welsh language...

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-..and they are all very supportive

-when times are tough.

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-I never thought I would be able to

-sit here speaking to you like this!

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-On tomorrow's programme,

-a lucky viewer receives a makeover.

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-Ellen shares ideas for

-entertaining your little ones.

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-And Alison Huw is here

-with a studio full of chocolate.

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-Aled Jones is on his classical music

-tour after the S4C news and weather.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Syniadau ar gyfer addurno bwrdd bwyd y Pasg a bydd Dr Llinos yn trafod y toriad Cesaraidd. Ideas for decorating the Easter table, and Dr Llinos will discuss the C-Section.


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