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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-live from Llanelli.
-Last night was one of the
-coldest nights of the winter.
-However, we'll keep you warm
-in our company during the programme.
-Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi pupils,
-Dion Evans and his sister, Cara...
-..discuss raising thousands
-of pounds for Glangwili Hospital.
-Emma will reveal what you
-really need in your make-up bag.
-Daf Wyn wanders
-the Pembrokeshire coast...
-..to hear about the lack
-of stiles along the path.
-The teacher and athlete,
-his most prized possessions.
-Our interior style expert,
-Elen Van Bodegom...
-..shows us how to decorate
-rooms for teenagers.
-We have all this and more
-during the next 50 minutes.
-Sit back and enjoy Prynhawn Da.
-We start today's programme
-by continuing with our baby series.
-We're joined by the midwife
-and lecturer, Rachel Williams.
-Welcome to the studio.
-You've been working in midwifery
-for about 15 years.
-Yes, I've been working in midwifery
-for 15 years.
-I used to work as a midwife
-at Singleton Hospital.
-For the past 18 months, I've been
-a lecturer at Swansea University.
-You like to do it through
-the medium of Welsh.
-Yes, we offer Welsh language
-We currently have two modules.
-More and more students are choosing
-to study through Welsh.
-We've been offering classes
-at Glangwili hospital.
-They are held every Monday night.
-It's great to hold these sessions
-through the medium of Welsh.
-New mothers can be nervous...
-..so it's vital that they get
-to speak the Welsh language.
-How has your role changed?
-My new role is completely different
-to being a midwife.
-I do miss the clinical element
-of the work.
-However, it's great to see
-more Welsh midwives.
-You've brought in a few gadgets
-to show us.
-There's a stethoscope.
-There's also a doppler to listen
-to the baby's heartbeat.
-When does an expectant mother
-When a woman finds out she's
-expecting, she visits the GP.
-They will fill out forms
-before a midwife gets in touch.
-A woman doesn't normally get
-to choose a midwife themselves.
-There are teams of midwives
-within an area.
-When do scans occur?
-The first scan takes place
-at 12 weeks.
-There's also a combined test which
-involves taking a blood sample.
-There's a scan to measure
-the thickness of the baby's neck.
-It tells you if the baby
-is at risk of Down's Syndrome.
-This test is more accurate than
-the previous tests available.
-When can you choose
-where you can give birth?
-Expectant mothers can choose
-to have their baby at home.
-This is suitable
-for low-risk mothers.
-However, high-risk mothers are
-advised to give birth in hospital.
-Is it more popular to have
-home births these days?
-There's an increasing amount
-of people who want home births.
-There's also a midwives unit
-where you can give birth.
-What about diet?
-It's important to care for
-your health when you're expecting.
-You should eat a balanced diet
-and keep active.
-Have you seen a lot of changes
-in the field?
-I've seen lots of changes
-over the years.
-When I started, the midwives
-visited the mothers more often.
-I'm not sure if this is a good
-or bad thing.
-Our interaction with the mother
-comes to an end after the birth.
-How many babies
-have you seen being born?
-I've delivered thousands of babies.
-After the break, Dion and Cara Evans
-from Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi join us...
-..to tell us about raising thousands
-of pounds for a special cause.
-Emma Jenkins also has advice
-about essential make-up products.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-Our next guests, Dion and Cara Evans
-from Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi...
-..have raised thousands of pounds
-for Glangwili Cancer Unit.
-It's a cause that's very close
-to their hearts...
-..having lost their mother
-to cancer four years ago.
-Welcome and thank you
-for joining us during half tern.
-Dion, you've been very busy.
-I've been building a tree house
-during the holidays.
-I haven't been in it yet
-because I don't trust it!
-You've been raising money
-for the cancer unit in Glangwili.
-It's a cause
-that's close to your heart.
-Our mother had her last treatment
-at this cancer unit in Glangwili.
-I came up with idea
-of a sponsored bike ride.
-It's faster than walking too!
-We cycled 84 miles.
-There were a lot of hills.
-We set off from Talgarreg and
-headed towards Llyn Brianne lake.
-Who joined you on the bike ride?
-I went with my friends,
-Ioan and Arwel.
-There were 24 cyclists in total.
-I didn't partake
-but I do regret it now.
-Where did you collect most money?
-Tregaron was the best place
-to raise money on the route.
-How much money
-did you hope to raise?
-We hoped to raise 2,000
-but we raised over 11,000.
-I'm so proud of him.
-You're arranging a special event
-to present the cheque.
-We hope to present the cheque
-to the hospital.
-You'll have to come back
-and chat about the presentation.
-The cycle took place last August.
-We'll have to see
-if we will do another cycle.
-I would like to raise funds
-for the Wales Air Ambulance.
-Cara, how would you like to compete
-with your brother?
-I would like to do a sponsored walk.
-Thanks to everyone who's entered
-our photography competition.
-There's still time to compete,
-so here are the details.
-Winter is upon us and it's the theme
-of our new photography competition.
-The days might be shorter
-and the weather is bleak...
-..but get out with your camera
-to take photographs of your winter.
-The winner gets an iPad
-Entries should reach us
-by midday on 29 February.
-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to
-You can also contact us via
-Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Good luck to you all.
-to send us your entries.
-We've reached the beauty corner
-with Emma Jenkins.
-Welcome to the studio, Emma.
-You're here to reveal which products
-are essential for our make-up bag.
-I always introduce new products.
-This is my top three
-of the best products.
-Not every single one will suit all.
-But these three
-will suit most people.
-The prices will vary.
-They will suit all pockets.
-We start with repair serums.
-Serums are new to the market.
-They prepare the skin.
-They act like a base.
-Moisturizers just sit on the skin.
-Serums will help the skin
-soak up the moisturizer.
-This is a No7 serum.
-Serums are great for getting rid
-of crows feet.
-Clinique test on women already
-and is kind to the skin.
-Estee Lauder is a number one seller.
-You can't judge a product
-on its price.
-Do your research online
-or give me a call!
-We have a foundation from Bourjois.
-This product is suitable
-for young skin.
-It sits nicely on the skin
-and isn't too thick.
-This is great for young girls.
-It won't make you look fake.
-We also have Healthy Mix
-There's fruit in the product
-to make you have a healthy glow.
-This Estee Lauder foundation
-is quite thick in texture.
-You must have smooth skin
-before you apply this.
-If you have acne,
-wear something that's more fluid.
-We also move onto the bronzer
-as the summer is on its way.
-This product from Seventeen
-It's suitable for young ladies
-and for those with pale skin.
-The MAC product is quite ashy.
-This Benefit Hoola product
-is slightly orange.
-You need a tan before you apply it.
-L'Oreal has a great mascara
-and I use it.
-The Benefit mascara is a sell-out
-and a best selling.
-This is the Guerlin mascara.
-I showcased it recently
-on the programme.
-Thank you, Emma.
-See you in a few minutes.
-Still to come
-on today's programme...
-..the athlete and teacher,
-..joins us to discuss
-his most treasured possessions.
-Elen Van Bodegom also offers style
-ideas for a young person's bedroom.
-Recently, we've hit the Welsh coast
-with the naturalist, Elinor Gwynn.
-But today we have another story
-about the coastal path.
-Apparently, there's a lack
-of stiles along the route.
-Let's find out why from Daf.
-It extends from Queensferry in
-the north to Chepstow in the south.
-The Wales Coast Path
-is over 800 miles long...
-..and boasts some of the most
-beautiful views in the world.
-The Pembrokeshire coast
-is within a national park...
-..and it offers challenging
-but beautiful paths for ramblers...
-..come rain or shine.
-The path starts in St Dogmaels
-in the north of the county...
-..and extends 186 miles around
-the jagged Pembrokeshire coast.
-Anyone can walk parts of the path
-and enjoy it in its full glory...
-..especially during stormy weather
-like we're experiencing today.
-This recent weather
-had an impact on the coast path.
-In the north of the county,
-we've lost two parts of the path.
-We've had to work with farmers
-to move the route of the paths.
-The coast and its path
-is constantly developed.
-There's been a recent change
-in the national park's furniture.
-The only way to find them
-is to walk along the path.
-First, Geraint and I find
-something interesting along the way.
-It's an unique feature.
-What's the story behind the house?
-It's a very small house,
-just like a doll's house.
-It was built by an old man,
-a very long time ago.
-Its close proximity to the sea meant
-that the waves started to erode it.
-However, a local builder decided
-to rebuild it and add a slate roof.
-It's a conversation starter.
-Further along the path...
-..you'll find the countryside's
-most common sight - the stile.
-This is the reason
-for my visit to Pembrokeshire.
-It's thought that the stile
-is becoming a very rare sight.
-We've been replacing these stiles
-It makes things easier for walkers.
-However, there's still plenty
-of climbing along the coast path.
-When we opened the Pembrokeshire
-coast path, there were 500 stiles.
-Since then, we've gradually
-replaced them with gates.
-Today, there are only
-40 stiles left along the path.
-Why does this part move?
-If you have a dog,
-you can allow it to pass through.
-We've been thinking more about
-our dogs than ourselves until now.
-are part of the countryside.
-Do you think that replacing them
-gives people the wrong impression?
-They are becoming rare...
-..and perhaps people will start
-to treasure the sight of stiles.
-If stiles are made from oak,
-they can last for 30 or 40 years.
-They become a part of the landscape.
-We hope that our new gates will
-gain the same respect in 20 years.
-We didn't have to walk far before
-coming across one of the new gates.
-Here's one of the new gates
-and the fruits of your labour.
-This is a fairly new gate.
-It was put in place to make
-walking along the path easier.
-As you can see,
-it closes on its own.
-Farmers are happy with these gates
-as they're so easy to use.
-We want to attract people
-to walk the path...
-..and see the coast in all its
-glory, even in this rough weather.
-It is a little rough and cold
-so let's go and grab a coffee.
-It's time to welcome the athlete
-and teacher, Steffan Hughes...
-..to chat about some of
-his most prized possessions.
-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.
-You're a teacher at Ysgol Dewi Sant
-here in Llanelli.
-Where are you from originally?
-I'm originally from Llanarth
-I was raised there for 18 years.
-My parents moved to Peniel
-when I went to college.
-Among the possessions today
-is a medal and the athletic vest.
-I applied for the job as
-a guide runner for Tracey Hinton.
-I've travelled the globe thanks to
-working with Tracey Hinton.
-I applied for the post that was
-advertised in the Daily Mirror.
-I had never been a guide runner.
-I was at college in Cardiff
-and so was Tracey.
-I considered myself to be quite fit
-but no athletic background.
-My father told me to leave the job!
-I wanted to prove him wrong!
-We've won world and European
-championships as a result.
-The biggest moment for us was
-the World Championships in Canada.
-We broke a record
-for the 800 metres.
-We still hold the record.
-We've competed in the Paralympian
-Games in Athens and Beijing.
-We came fourth in Athens
-and fifth in London.
-It's a great experience to compete
-in the Paralympian Games.
-How does it feel not to get a medal
-at the end of the race?
-We get to see different countries
-and compete together.
-Running is everything for Tracey.
-I'm glad I can help her
-on her journey.
-We are very close friends
-We're also friends
-off the track too.
-We met for a coffee at first.
-She wanted to get to know me.
-This was followed
-by a month's trial.
-Our partnership developed
-on the track.
-You're a Year 4 teacher
-at Ysgol Dewi Sant in Llanelli.
-I'm a teacher at Ysgol Dewi Sant
-Welsh primary school in Llanelli.
-I've been there for a decade now.
-have been very supportive.
-I'm grateful to Gethin Thomas,
-the headmaster and the children.
-The children have enjoyed
-visits from Tracey.
-They've also got to know her.
-The framed word cloud is from
-Ysgol Dewi Sant in Llanelli.
-This was given to the staff.
-We have a painted portrait next.
-The portrait is by the famed
-local artist, Helen Elliott.
-This is a painted portrait
-of New Quay, Dyfed.
-Llanarth is located near New Quay.
-It represents by birth-town.
-I played football for New Quay.
-I worked in a chip shop in New Quay.
-I also worked on a caravan site.
-I've got fond memories of the area
-and was taught at Aberaeron.
-We can see that you don't eat
-a lot of chips now!
-Thank you, Steffan.
-In the final part of
-..we head to the style corner.
-Elen Van Bodegom has ideas on how to
-style a bedroom fit for a youngster.
-It's the half term holidays
-for many children and teenagers.
-If you're fed up with
-how their bedrooms look...
-..Elen Van Bodegom has some style
-ideas for a youngster's bedroom.
-Welcome to the programme.
-You're also on holidays!
-I'm on my half term holiday too.
-I've come here to work hard.
-Today's style item is
-for children or young adults.
-Children go through different stages
-of styles and interests.
-Yes, young adults
-don't want a childish look.
-It's important to share
-the bedroom into areas.
-They need a work, rest
-and sleep area in their rooms.
-When they're in their teens, they
-need somewhere to welcome friends.
-There's a lovely colour
-in this rug.
-It's from Habitat and costs 70.
-You can throw cushions
-on the floor to sit down.
-There's also a cube from Homesense
-and it costs 24.99.
-If you want something sturdier,
-there's a seat.
-It looks like a gymnastics horse!
-I loved the grey colour of the seat.
-It's great for girls
-as it won't show up make-up marks.
-It costs around 50.
-It will last a long time.
-There's wonderful textures
-and colours available.
-Grey is a neutral base colour
-for any room.
-The mustard and orange accent items
-will also add warmth.
-There are some great lights
-available at the moment.
-The light signs are very funky.
-They're reasonably priced
-at around 15 from Homesense.
-They lift a plain wall.
-Bins are important for a bedroom.
-This is a clothing bin.
-It's colourful inside
-and easy to wipe clean.
-It will stop dirty clothes
-from being thrown on the floor.
-There's a lampshade
-with an interesting shape.
-It's a wooden shade.
-It costs 29.99.
-It's can also be an inspiration
-for someone studying GCSE Woodwork!
-Next, we have storage.
-You can never have enough storage.
-There's a chalkboard area
-on these boxes.
-You can label
-what's inside the boxes.
-Children won't keep their rooms tidy
-if they don't have storage space.
-We've got more storage boxes.
-There are some larger boxes
-from Dunelm Mill.
-They cost between 15 and 20.
-You can hide even more things
-in these boxes.
-Let's move onto the study area.
-There's a desk
-to provide room to work.
-This desk is on sale at 59.99
-It's a great price.
-It's important to have somewhere
-to do homework.
-There needs to be a lamp
-and paper storage options too.
-A clock is also important.
-You should make their desk colourful
-I like that blackboard behind you.
-There's a chalkboard to allow them
-to write a to-do list.
-Let's head over to the bed.
-Bed linen can be kept neutral.
-This is from Dunelm
-and costs 11.99.
-There are metal letters
-at the foot of the bed.
-You could write a name
-with these letters.
-You should not use Blu-Tack.
-Welcome to the studio, Elin Fflur.
-It's time to find out
-what's on tonight's Heno.
-Heledd Gwyndaf is at a concert in
-Bow Street near Aberystwyth tonight.
-The concert marks a centenary since
-the area welcomed Belgian refugees.
-Daf celebrates 25 years service
-of meals-on-wheels by one family.
-is tonight's studio guest.
-We have a busy show tonight.
-Is there anything you like here,
-I have fancied the lamp!
-Perhaps you can take it home
-to North Wales.
-I do like the black frame.
-We'll be joined by Alison Huw
-to discuss retro foods.
-We'll also open the covers
-of our Book Club.
-Pryd o Ser follows the news
-and weather here on S4C.
-I'm enjoying the series.
-Caryl is doing well.
-Today, the teams face
-Until tomorrow, goodbye.
Cawn barhau â'n cyfres ar gyfer mamau newydd yng nghwmni'r fydwraig, Rachel Williams. Elen Van Bodegom is here with advice on home styling. Plus, more tips for new mothers from the midwife.