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-Hello and how are you?
-We're coming to you live from
-Llanelli for the next 50 minutes.
-This is what we've got for you.
-Ieuan is in the garden to pick
-the carrots he planted this summer.
-Eirian Jones discusses Diabetes Day
-and living with condition.
-Kevin shows us floral displays
-for vases of all shapes and size.
-Ewan Rees chats about moving back
-to West Wales to start a business.
-Stay tuned to us both
-for today's Prynhawn Da.
-First, we meet a very lucky lady
-who is receiving a makeover today.
-welcome to the programme.
-Tell us more about yourself.
-I'm from Pembrokeshire.
-I've always lived in the area.
-I live on a farm in Narberth...
-..but work as a pharmacist
-from day to day.
-I've been a pharmacist for 30 years.
-I work for the Hywel Dda
-..so serve the hospitals
-I've also got a dairy farm.
-We've got about 100 cows.
-I've got two daughters.
-They love their horses too.
-They have had success
-with the horses...
-..and been named Horse of the Year.
-They dress their horses
-as teddies too!
-It's a lot of fun.
-My husband pays for the horses...
-..whilst I do
-all the driving around.
-We saw a photograph of the horses
-on the beach at Newgale.
-It's great for them.
-It's excellent for their health.
-You look great.
-Do you wear an uniform for work?
-No, I don't wear an uniform.
-I try to look smart from day to day.
-I don't know about
-having time to pamper myself.
-I always have my nails done.
-I wash my hair and it dries
-on the way to work in the car!
-I tend to stick to the same clothes.
-It'll be interesting to see
-what Huw has chosen for me.
-I don't have any special events
-for this makeover.
-I was meant to be here a year ago.
-I couldn't make it as I was
-having an operation on my knee.
-My knee is much better now!
-Enjoy your day with us.
-Next, Ieuan picks the carrots that
-he planted in the early summer.
-In June, I sowed some carrot seeds
-known as autumn king...
-..that develop large roots
-and can be stored easily.
-I've protected them from carrot fly
-with this cover...
-..and they are ready to be harvested
-In the gardening world, various
-sources give different advice...
-..such as dealing
-with a crop of carrots.
-I'll take you through the steps
-and give explanations of my method.
-One option is to leave the crop
-in the soil...
-..and pick them from the soil
-as and when you need them...
-..but there are many problems
-with this method.
-It gives snails more of an
-opportunity to damage the crop...
-..especially during long,
-damp periods in the winter.
-A hard frost will make it even more
-difficult to pick the carrots.
-Alternating dry and wet days,
-can cause the flesh to crack...
-..making it more susceptible
-to disease and causes it to rot.
-Even without these elements,
-the plant continues to grow...
-..over-ripens, gets old,
-loses its flavour...
-..and develops hard centres
-making them difficult to eat.
-Therefore, it's best to pick them
-all at the start of November.
-Loosen the soil around the plants
-with a spade or fork.
-Push the fork down in a straight
-line and not at an angle...
-..to avoid damaging the root.
-Many people tell you not to wash the
-carrots but to dust off excess soil.
-I wash mine and there's nothing
-wrong with that...
-..as long as you allow them
-to dry properly before storing.
-Washing them makes it easier
-to spot any problems on the surface.
-Inspect each carrot to check for any
-damage such as holes, cracks or rot.
-Use these immediately
-because they won't store very well.
-Next, remove the leaves
-as they act as a wick...
-..and drain water from the root
-causing them to wither.
-Some say to remove the leaves
-but keep half an inch...
-..to avoid damaging the bud
-at the top of the carrot.
-It helps to keep the carrot healthy
-If you cannot keep the carrots
-at a low enough temperature...
-..the bud will start to shoot
-and form new leaves...
-..resulting in the carrot
-losing water and spoiling.
-I prefer to remove all the leaves
-and the bud too.
-I find that the carrot
-stores well for months.
-Don't cut it too low
-and into the flesh itself.
-Store them in a bowl in dry soil
-as opposed to damp soil.
-Moisture around the carrot...
-..will encourage any surface fungus
-to sprout and cause them to rot.
-They won't lose moisture in the
-dry soil as there isn't any air.
-Store them in a dark, dry
-and chilled environment...
-..ideally that's about
-1 to 4 degrees centigrade.
-They should store
-for up to six months.
-After the break,
-we mark World Diabetes Day.
-Eirian Jones chats about the day
-and the condition itself.
-Don't move a muscle!
-It's World Diabetes Day.
-Today, we're joined
-by Eirian Jones...
-..who has been suffering with
-type 2 diabetes for many years.
-Welcome to the programme.
-You remember the exact moment...
-..when you realized
-that something was wrong.
-Yes, I've been suffering from
-type 2 diabetes for eight years.
-I had a 24-hour machine.
-I had a phone call from the nurse...
-..to say that my sugar levels
-were very high...
-..so I had another test.
-I was diagnosed
-with type 2 diabetes.
-It was a shock for you.
-My father had type 2 diabetes.
-I didn't expect to get it
-when I was 41 years old.
-My BMI is 30.
-This means that
-I'm in the risk category.
-I think my way of life...
-..could have led to my diagnosis.
-How has it changed your life?
-It changed my life a lot.
-I had to look back at the way
-that my father lived his life.
-I had to change my diet.
-I went on a course...
-..and this explained
-the condition to me.
-It helped me to make
-This course is available
-in every health board.
-Some health boards use it
-more than others.
-I think people
-should attend this course.
-I found it very useful.
-It helped me
-to learn about diabetes.
-It helped me to show me the foods
-I could eat.
-The dietitian even took us
-to the supermarket...
-..to show us the foods we could buy.
-The condition is on the rise.
-It's important to educate people
-This nation has changed the way
-that we live our lives.
-Obesity is a problem.
-Do you eat any sugar?
-I've got type 2 diabetes.
-It means that I have to
-control my sugar intake.
-Eating potatoes and rice
-affects your sugar intake.
-It's about controlling the
-carbohydrates that you eat.
-What did you eat yesterday?
-I had a bowl of Fruit n Fibre.
-There's carbohydrates in that.
-It's slow-burning carbohydrates.
-I had chicken and rice for lunch.
-There's protein in the chicken.
-I can't remember
-what I ate last night.
-It's quite a healthy diet.
-It's all about making choices.
-I knew that the basmati rice
-is a slow-burning carbohydrate.
-It means that I wouldn't
-feel hungry later in the day.
-There's a demand for more support.
-I'm not suffering from
-a lot of the side effects...
-..but I know of people,
-such as my father...
-..who have suffered
-with mental health issues.
-Some doctors send people
-to hospitals for support.
-This day is about
-raising awareness of diabetes.
-Type 1 diabetes
-is different to type 2 diabetes.
-In type 1,
-your body doesn't produce insulin.
-Type 2 diabetes is about
-the way you live your life.
-Type 2 diabetes can strike anyone.
-The number of sufferers
-is growing every year.
-Today, Delyth Simons is having
-a makeover with Huw and the team.
-How's it all going, Huw?
-It's all going swimmingly.
-I don't know what's happened lately
-as everyone is giving us free reign!
-You must be delighted, Ruth
-but you can't do a lot today.
-No, she has short hair
-but it's quite long for Delyth.
-She was due for a trim and
-you can get it for free from Ruth.
-She looks like she's going to sleep!
-Delyth doesn't have time to relax
-between work, family and the horses.
-What are you doing with the hair?
-She has very thick hair
-so I'll take the back very short.
-I want to taper it in at the back.
-We'll keep the length on the top
-to help to retain some height.
-Are you using the straighteners
-to create a curl?
-No, I want straight hair today.
-What about the make-up?
-Delyth likes to wear lipstick
-and foundation for work.
-When she goes to a special occasion,
-she likes to have new make-up.
-I have to show you her nails.
-You've worked hard, Patricia.
-I'm not responsible for these!
-Delyth works on the farm
-and goes to work in the hospital...
-..so needs to have neat nails.
-You enjoy a little bit of pampering.
-The equine world is very stylish
-as people wear matching tweeds.
-Yes, and I always feel like a mess
-when I'm with the equine people.
-You didn't look messy earlier
-and won't leave in a mess either.
-It's all going well
-so we need to get on with it.
-Yes, we'll be back later
-and you can see the finished look.
-We can't wait to see the results of
-the makeover later in the programme.
-Tomorrow, Bethan Mair
-chats about the winners...
-..of this year's
-Wales Book of the Year.
-Alys Conran topped the list in the
-English language books for Pigeon...
-..whilst Idris Reynolds had high
-praise for his book about Dic Jones.
-This is what the authors
-told us about their books.
-I had the honour of knowing Dic
-for a great many years.
-Two years ago, Gwasg Gomer Press
-and Dic's widow, Sian...
-..asked me to write a book
-of memories about him.
-Dic was a great poet
-but a lot more than that too.
-He was a singer, an author,
-a media personality, a farmer...
-..a public figure
-and a great thinker.
-I wanted to portray
-the whole person.
-The novel is about a quarry town
-in North Wales...
-..and discusses Welsh culture.
-It's important for a novel about
-North Wales to be promoted.
-The support I've had for this novel
-across Wales has meant so much.
-It's important to hear from new
-and young authors like myself.
-Congratulations to Alys and Idris.
-We'll hear more about those books
-on tomorrow's Prynhawn Da.
-After the break, Kevin
-has arrangements for various vases.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-At this time of year, it gets
-dark earlier, temperatures drop...
-..and everything looks bleak.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Today, we're looking at
-various arrangements for vases.
-Yes, we've got a selection of
-vases for your floral displays.
-I've come from the darkness
-into the light!
-We haven't started to prepare
-for Christmas just yet.
-Some of the shops
-have prepared for it.
-There's a variety of vases
-and crockery in our homes...
-..to hold our floral displays.
-We tend to stick to the same vases.
-We keep the others in the cupboard.
-The first arrangement is of lilies.
-The lilies provide a great shape
-to this display.
-There's a few branches from a tree.
-You don't have to use flowers.
-You can use plants.
-I've got some hyacinths in a bowl.
-The bowl has some pebbles too.
-It's just a bulb of hyacinth.
-will flower before Christmas.
-We have a vase here
-with another flower.
-I've also got some sunflowers.
-They are placed in three bottles.
-We have a touch of Christmas
-in the next display.
-This is a large vase.
-I've placed another vase inside it.
-There are also some fairy lights.
-We've got some branches
-from a tree too.
-There are three amaryllis here.
-In this area,
-we've got some gladioli.
-They look a bit stiff but you want
-to clip them to create movement.
-The grasses help to add movement.
-People say the word, vase
-in different ways!
-In the front,
-we have a rose in a jar.
-There's a candle on top of it.
-It saves room on your table.
-You can place a rose
-on the surface of some water.
-A rose may have fallen off
-Grab some bubble wrap.
-Bend it and create a hole in it.
-Place the rose in the wrap.
-It will float on the water
-as a result.
-We also move on to the fish bowl.
-There's water in the fish bowl
-and some bear grass.
-I've got some tulips
-You can also use the cala lily.
-Tulips are very flexible.
-These are great displays before
-the festive season is upon us.
-Search for the pots and vases
-Make use of them!
-Send us your entries for
-our autumn photography competition.
-Autumn is a season of falling leaves
-and is ideal for taking photographs.
-The amazing colours
-always excite us.
-We want your photographs of autumn
-in your garden, public park...
-..pavement or anywhere that you
-take your mobile phone or camera.
-Upload your photographs to our
-Facebook or Twitter accounts...
-..or email them to
-The closing date is 30 November
-and we look forward to seeing them.
-Get snapping now and we can't
-wait to see your photographs.
-Thanks to Sian Evans.
-She contacted us about diabetes.
-After the break,
-Ewan Rees joins us..
-..to chat about moving back to West
-Wales and starting a new business.
-Our series on life-changing events
-..with a person who returned to
-West Wales to start a new business.
-Ewan Rees, welcome to the programme.
-Before we hear about your business,
-tell us more about yourself.
-You've lived abroad
-for a number of years.
-Yes, that's right.
-I lived in Eglwyswrw.
-I then moved to work at
-a 5-star hotel in Colorado.
-Prince Andrew and the Trumps
-would stay at the hotel.
-They were busy people
-but were very nice.
-I came back to Wales and then
-I worked in a hotel in Italy.
-There was sunshine every day.
-I was there for eight months.
-I was working hard
-as an activities manager.
-It was long hours.
-I came back to Wales again and then
-returned to Aspen in the winter.
-I was a ski instructor.
-It's a wonderful place.
-Following this, I went to Abu Dhabi.
-I was also in the Cotswolds.
-We have a photograph
-of one of the hotels.
-I worked in a massive hotel
-in Abu Dhabi.
-It was near the racing track.
-The hotel looks like a spaceship!
-I looked after all the celebs
-and the racing drivers.
-Jenson Button was one of them.
-I also looked after his crew.
-After the Formula 1, we looked
-forward to the tennis championships.
-Nadal and Murray stayed with us
-and played tennis there.
-You returned to Wales.
-Yes, I've stayed
-in Wales since 2015.
-I have a family now
-and laid some roots.
-I'm in a lovely part of Wales too.
-I've also established
-a new business.
-Our business provides
-walking holidays in Pembrokeshire.
-I want walkers to come to me
-because I am local.
-Many walkers booked with larger,
-well-known walking companies.
-None of these companies were based
-locally in Pembrokeshire or Wales.
-In Wales, you realize that people
-book their holidays...
-..with companies from outside Wales.
-I'm there to pick up the phone
-and help out.
-Newport, Pembrokeshire is a lovely
-place with some spectacular views.
-Our website is now active.
-We are awaiting for people
-to contact us.
-Your wife isn't from Wales.
-I met my wife in Cirencester.
-She was also working at a hotel.
-We wanted to raise our two young
-boys here back in Pembrokeshire.
-I've worked all over the world
-in different climates.
-This has helped me
-with my line of work now.
-Come rain or shine or snow!
-You are welcome
-to come and visit us!
-Some 45 minutes ago, Delyth Simons
-arrived here for a special makeover.
-Before we reveal the new Delyth,
-here's a reminder of how she looked.
-Delyth needs to look smart
-..and dresses in country wear
-for the farm and ponies.
-We're changing fabrics
-to achieve a more formal look...
-..with velvet, brocade, jewellery
-and sparkly items.
-Let's take a look at Delyth now.
-You look fantastic.
-Are you happy with your new look?
-It's quite glamorous.
-I don't know if I would wear velvet
-with the horses.
-She will have to go to a posh box
-to watch the horses.
-We are trying to keep away
-from the festive look.
-in this jacket.
-It works well with any skin tone.
-The blouse is quite useful and
-can be matched with a pair of jeans.
-Delyth loves wearing heels too.
-The style looks great.
-How did you style the hair, Ruth?
-I've cut off quite a lot of hair.
-There's plenty of texture.
-Delyth can recreate this style.
-I've matched the make-up
-with the rich colours in the jacket.
-I've used three types of gold
-on the eyes.
-It's glamorous yet natural.
-It's a different look
-to what she wears to work.
-I love the jacket.
-It's my favourite garment.
-Velvet is very fashionable
-at the moment.
-It's a great look.
-It works with this look.
-Enjoy wearing the outfit.
-We're back on your screens
-at 2.00pm tomorrow.
-Elen Van Bodegom has suggestions
-for a mustard decor in the home.
-Bethan Mair looks back on the
-Wales Book of the Year Awards.
-Hana Medi also meets
-a collector of blowtorches.
-The S4C news and weather is followed
-by Iolo ac Indiaid America.
-a very good afternoon to you all.
Bydd gwyliwr yn cael gweddnewidiad a bydd Kevin Davies â chyngor ar osod blodau ar gyfer y tymor. A viewer gets a makeover and Kevin Davies offers advice on seasonal flower arranging.