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Tue, 16 May 2017

Byddwn yn croesawu'r gyflwynwraig a'r actores Heulwen Haf i'r stiwdio. We'll welcome presenter and actress Heulwen Haf to the studio.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's a murky Tuesday in Llanelli

-and the sun's busy hiding, Sian.

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-I know, but let's hope

-it makes an appearance soon.

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-Today, we discuss divorce and how

-the court decides on entitlement.

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-The solicitor, Angela Killa

-discusses it further with us.

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-This is what else we've got for you

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-We admire a mural at Ysgol Aberaeron

-in memory of a special staff member.

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-Sarah Louise continues her series on

-babies by discussing sleeping tips.

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-Heulwen Haf appeals for your help

-in her new series on Prynhawn Da.

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-New Gorsedd member, Sian Merlys

-discusses her prized possessions.

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-Huw Fash also opens his wardrobe

-and concentrates on white jeans.

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-Stay tuned to Sian and myself.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-The footballer, Ryan Giggs has hit

-the headlines due to his divorce.

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-He claims he should have more money

-and assets from the marriage...

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-..because his talent on the pitch

-has made them millions of pounds.

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-How does it all get settled

-in court?

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-Angela Killa from JCP Solicitors

-explains it further to us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The court considers

-a number of things.

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-There's a specific list.

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-They have to consider certain things

-before making a decision.

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-Contributions is one of them.

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-Ryan wants more than his spouse.

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-There's also contribution

-for raising a family...

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-..and keeping a house.

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-According to the papers,

-he's got 40 million.

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-Old pre-nups are worthless

-these days in the court.

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-I'm not sure if he had one.

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-However, it isn't the answer to it.

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-Situations change in marriages.

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-I don't know the situation

-of Ryan's wife.

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-She may have given up her career.

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-She could've stayed at home

-to look after the children.

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-We don't know what her case is.

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-The wife will raise the children.

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-The court will try

-to split everything.

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-But there will be a list of things

-to assist the court.

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-There are demands

-when raising a family.

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-There are costs to consider.

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-It isn't about spending time

-with both parents.

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-A spouse can also get a wage

-after a divorce.

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-Everything needs to be fair.

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-Can you appeal the court's decision?

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-Many people may go back to the court

-and say that it doesn't work out.

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-But if the court has decided,

-it's the final decision.

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-It could change

-if someone hasn't been honest.

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-They may be hiding money or assets.

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-Perhaps it's easier

-to settle outside of court.

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-Costs for a divorce will increase.

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-It can also be quite public.

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-As a solicitor, I try to get people

-to agree on certain things...

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-..before going to court.

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-If they don't agree,

-it will be a taken to court.

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-We want the pair

-to come to an agreeance.

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-They have to consider the lives

-of their children and their future.

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-You don't want them to turn out

-hating each other.

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-There's been a development about

-taking children out from school.

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-John Platt was at the high court.

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-There's been a decision made

-about him taking his daughter...

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-..out of school to go to Florida.

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-He lost his case in the end.

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-You need to ask the headteacher

-for permission first.

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-It's time to head over

-to Ysgol Aberaeron school.

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-A special mural was recently

-completed at the school...

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-..in memory of a former

-member of staff, Miss Janet.

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-The pupils worked with a local

-artist to create the masterpiece...

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-Our cameras visited

-to see the fruits of their labour.

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-Miss Janet was an assistant

-at the school for many years.

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-Most recently,

-she worked with the Year 2 pupils.

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-However, she was also in charge of

-teaching art to the entire school.

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-She influenced the children in

-many ways, not just by teaching art.

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-Last April, we heard the sad news...

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-..that she had lost her

-very short fight with cancer...

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-..and the school was deeply shocked.

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-After learning of her death, the

-Southgate family knocked on my door.

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-They wanted to create a memorial

-mural as Miss Janet enjoyed art.

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-We asked the pupils to come up

-with words that described her.

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-That's how we got

-the idea for the mural.

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-The mural has been created

-from 84 pieces of wood...

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-..so it's like a giant jigsaw.

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-Every pupil had the chance

-to do some painting.

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-They all know which piece

-they worked on within the mural.

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-I thought about creating a mural

-to remember Miss Janet.

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-There are happy words on the wall

-because Miss Janet was always happy.

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-We had lots of fun doing it...

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-..because it brought back lots of

-memories of working with Miss Janet.

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-My favourite part is the word

-"brwdfrydedd" or enthusiasm.

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-It reminds us of Miss Janet as

-she was always full of enthusiasm.

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-It encourages us to be the same.

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-My favourite word

-is "dyfalbarhau" or persistence.

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-When we complained

-that we couldn't do something...

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-..she'd always tell us

-to persevere to achieve things.

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-We all reminisced about Miss Janet

-and the pupils understood the task.

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-They put in so much effort

-and energy into creating the mural.

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-I hope it will be proudly displayed

-on the wall to remember Miss Janet.

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-It reminds me of Miss Janet

-and it makes me feel happy.

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-My favourite part is the words

-such as friend and smile.

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-Miss Janet was a friend

-to everyone at the school.

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-The words on the mural remind me

-of Miss Janet and her personality.

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-I'll never forget Miss Janet.

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-She was a very special person

-in every single way.

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-She was kind, full of life and fun.

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-The mural is a tribute to her

-and a celebration of her life.

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-It will also serve as an everyday

-inspiration to the pupils...

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-..to lead their lives

-following her values.

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-I'm sure Miss Janet

-would love the mural.

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

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-the Assistant Chief Executive...

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-..of the Royal Welsh

-Agricultural Society.

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-He looks forward to this weekend's

-Royal Welsh Spring Festival.

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-Alun Williams visits

-Ysgol Panteg in Gwent.

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-It holds a special event

-that celebrates its Welsh identity.

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-And we hear about your favourite

-sandwiches to mark Sandwich Week.

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-One of the biggest dilemmas for new

-parents is getting a baby to sleep.

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-Sarah Louise joins us in the next

-part with some tips and guidance.

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-Heulwen Haf also launches a series

-and she's appealing for your help.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We continue our series

-about babies now.

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-As usual on a Tuesday, little Nora

-and her mum, Sarah Louise join us.

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-Today, we discuss sleep deprivation

-and how to settle our little angels.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Thank you.

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-Nora looks very comfortable!

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-How well did Nora sleep last night?

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-to talk about sleep...

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-..because Nora didn't sleep

-last night.

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-Is she a good sleeper?

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-She used to sleep well...

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-..but she's starting to want cuddles

-in the middle of the night.

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-I don't want her to sleep with me.

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-We've received a message

-from Davinia Davies.

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-Davinia is a mother to four-year-old

-Megan and seven-month-old Alaw.

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-Davinia wants to know how

-to settle your baby in the cot...

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-..rather than giving them milk

-to fall asleep.

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-This is a good question.

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-We struggled with this too.

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-Nora only wanted to sleep

-when I breastfed her.

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-She didn't know what to do

-after having a bottle.

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-We decided to keep

-her awake downstairs.

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-When I took her upstairs, I slept

-on a quilt on the floor with Nora.

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-I tried to reassure her that

-it was time to go into the cot.

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-Our next message

-is from Elin Jones...

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-..who's a mother

-to three-year-old Enfys.

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-One of the best baby tips

-that Elin ever received...

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-..was to place a hot water bottle in

-the Moses basket when feeding them.

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-When you put the baby back down,

-they'll be warm and won't wake up.

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-That's a great tip.

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-Nora still doesn't like a cold cot.

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-She wakes up.

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-What is Nora holding?

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-Nora is interested

-in this next item.

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-It's a sensor pad.

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-It's placed in the cot to monitor

-her breathing and movement.

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-If she stops breathing,

-there's an alarm that goes off.

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-It's great as you don't have

-to go and check on them.

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-It helps you sleep well without

-having to worry about the baby.

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-Every child is different

-in their sleep patterns.

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-When they go to sleep,

-you want to know your baby is safe.

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-If anything changes at night,

-the alarm goes off and we can check.

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-These aren't all the same.

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-There are some monitors

-that only record sound.

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-There's also a camera monitor.

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-You don't need to enter the room

-to make sure your baby is safe.

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-There's a monitor that changes

-colour if a room's too warm or cold.

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-These devices vary in price.

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-What should you invest in?

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-The ones with cameras

-are much more expensive.

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-We use the camera and sensor pad.

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-It was more expensive but

-it's the best money we've spent.

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-We also have a sleeping bag.

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-Yes, there's some sleeping bags

-for babies.

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-They're great.

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-They reduce the risk of cot death.

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-They're safe when sleeping

-in one of these.

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-There's no danger of suffocation

-from quilts or blankets.

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-I know many adults who would

-like a sleeping bag like that!

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-A good tip is to sleep

-when the baby sleeps.

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-You are back next week.

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-Next week, we'll be discussing food.

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-Thank you, Nora!

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-These objects are

-all child-friendly and tough!

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Every Friday we discuss an array

-of topics with our Gossip Girls.

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-I've got a personal question.

-We've become obsessed.

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-I'd gaze at my watch

-and think about how I feel.

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-I couldn't stomach it.

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-What right do tabloids have?

-Would you eat this from the floor?

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-You know what's right and wrong.

-It isn't ideal being like this.

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-We're split here.

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-Why shouldn't

-we feel attractive now?

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-I'm in two-minds.

-If it keeps me healthy.

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-Where will it lead us next?

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-Parents post it on Facebook

-and it becomes competitive.

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-Certain things aren't right.

-Parents are to blame.

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-I like the variation in opinions.

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-Over the summer we'll have a series

-of items featuring various clubs...

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-..and we want your assistance.

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-Heulwen Haf will be at the forefront

-of them all and she's joined us now.

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-Brings us some of the background.

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-I'll be visiting

-all sorts of different clubs.

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-I'm in my golden years.

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-I'm not as young as I once was.

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-I still try to look after myself.

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-I want to meet like-minded people.

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-I want to find people who are

-keeping going and having fun.

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-Sometimes, we can be a little shy...

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-..but clubs are a great way of

-socialising and meeting friends.

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-Perhaps you can't play bowls

-but you're having fun anyway.

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-You might be part of a dance group

-like ballroom or line-dancing.

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-It's important to socialise.

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-The popularity of these clubs

-spread through word of mouth.

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-I want to meet you at your club.

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-The groups can grow in popularity

-very quickly.

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-Chess, dominoes and whist

-is very popular.

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-I'd like to visit

-a cookery club too.

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-There are drama clubs.

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-You'd be great at a drama club.

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-Do you think that

-I'd be good at drama?

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-I'd love to try it.

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-Not everyone wants to act so there

-are people needed for backstage.

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-You need all sorts of people

-to establish a club.

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-There are lots of people

-who work in the background.

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-There's always someone

-who makes the tea and sandwiches.

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-We all have something to offer.

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-It's important to have

-conflicting characters too.

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-That's what makes life interesting.

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-It's great to share

-your opinion too.

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-You are going to a gardening club.

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-There's a gardening club

-near Rhodri.

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-I'm not very good at gardening!

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-I can only grow geraniums

-and chives on my windowsill!

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-However,

-I'm willing to have a go and try.

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-There are clubs that encourage

-Welsh-learners too.

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-It's amazing how much people

-can gain from various clubs.

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-There are also rambling clubs.

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-There are walking clubs

-but I can't walk too far.

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-I'd be good in a shopping club!

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-People get to socialise

-after these clubs too.

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-Clubs often go on trips

-to places like Cardiff.

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-They bring people together.

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-You want people to get in touch.

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-I'd like people to get in touch

-to tell me about their clubs.

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-You can get in touch

-with Prynhawn Da.

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-The details are on the screen now.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Get in touch

-and we look forward to the series.

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-We'd love to hear from you.

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-Sian Merlys has been honoured by

-the Gorsedd Y Beirdd this year...

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-..and joins us in the next part.

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-She chats about some of

-her prized possessions...

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-..including a stone from Japan.

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-You can find out more shortly.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's time for us to hear about some

-prized possessions that belong to...

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-..Sian Merlys of Pontiets.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about yourself.

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-I'm from Pontyberem originally.

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-After a period in Cardiff

-I moved back to Pontiets.

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-I also spent some time

-as a Welsh tutor to learners.

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-I worked for the company, Acen.

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-I've been back in Carmarthen working

-for the Liberty Stadium 20 years.

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-I organize lessons

-for Welsh learners.

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-I'll be ordained into the Gorsedd

-at the Anglesey National Eisteddfod.

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-I had a shock when I head the news.

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-I have been on the Eisteddfod

-committee for many years.

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-I've also been involved

-in the Welsh Learner of the Year.

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-Let's take a look

-at your first prized item.

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-When I moved to Cardiff, I was given

-this old quilt from my grandmother.

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-I think it stems back

-further than her.

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-I wanted to learn more about it.

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-I went on a course to Pennsylvania.

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-I learnt about the technique

-of using delicate fabric.

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-There around 500 pieces

-on this fabric.

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-It took several months to make.

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-A man called George

-ran the course in Pennsylvania.

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-He specializes in making

-these delicate quilts.

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-I came home and made this quilt.

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-I've been learning ever since.

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-One is made by hand

-and the other is made on a machine.

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-In the past, I've been fortunate

-to travel the world.

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-I went to Japan.

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-I visited the Okinawa Islands.

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-This shell is from Mikayo, Jima.

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-My friends live there.

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-I've been there twice.

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-I would like to visit

-another part of America.

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-During my first trip to America,

-I went to an Amish county.

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-They have links with Wales.

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-You see many items like this

-in Japan with chrysanthemums.

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-You will receive a blue robe

-at the Anglesey Eisteddfod.

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-I will be working at the Eisteddfod.

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-The Welsh Learner of the Year

-will take place.

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-The shortlist has been announced.

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-It's important that we welcome Welsh

-speakers into the learners world.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Good luck at the Eisteddfod.

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-The weather is improving, but the

-past few days have been dreadful.

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-If the fine weather returns,

-it'll be time to wear white jeans.

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-After the break, Huw joins us with

-different ways to wear white jeans.

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-Don't go far!

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-We round up our afternoon

-in Huw's fashion wardrobe.

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-How are you, Huw?

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-I'm great, thanks.

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-Before we discuss white jeans,

-there's some news from Hollywood.

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-I like to bring you

-the latest fashion news.

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-How many of you have watched Pretty

-Woman featuring Julia Roberts?

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-I love the film!

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-She's wearing an iconic dress

-in this still.

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-There's a company that's decided

-to recreate the dress...

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-..that she wears when touting

-for business on a street corner!

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-It's for sale on ASOS

-and costs 139!

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-It's nearly sold out!

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-Our ideas on clothes

-have changed over the years.

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-In the past, she's helped

-sell clothes for Ascot.

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-Today, she's selling out

-this skimpy dress.

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-If you've purchased the dress, we'd

-love to see a picture of you in it!

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-There aren't many pretty

-floral dresses in the shops today.

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-They're all online nowadays.

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-You want to feel the fabric

-and try it on.

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-It's best to feel the fabric

-and try on these occasion dresses.

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-It's bad practise when shops

-sell a huge selection online...

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-..but don't stock many garments

-in the high street shops.

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-Perhaps we'll see clothing stores

-selling like they do in Argos.

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-Julia Roberts didn't wear

-white jeans in Pretty Woman.

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-The last thing you want to wear in

-this current weather is white jeans.

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-It's raining today so it isn't

-the best weather for white jeans.

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-You should look after

-your white jeans.

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-There are lotions and potions

-to soak your white clothes in.

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-You can mix some of these powders

-into a paste to erase stains.

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-Don't leave any stained garments

-in a washing basket.

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-Treat the stain

-and give the garment a quick wash.

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-This look is perfect for the summer.

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-There are many ways

-to wear white jeans.

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-This simple blue blouse

-looks great with the white jeans.

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-You don't need to button up

-the blouse.

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-It's perfect for wandering

-and travelling on your holiday.

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-It looks so fresh.

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-There's a wonderful coral or orange

-that matches these jeans.

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-You can wear it

-with a denim jacket too.

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-You can also match the look

-with a stripey or patterned bag.

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-That works well.

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-It's also fuss-free look.

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-White is a great background

-that works with various colours.

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-Sian is very handy

-when I'm doing my slots.

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-Rhodri never helps!

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-I know my place!

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-You could wear this blazer

-to work with white jeans.

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-That looks smart.

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-It has quite a nautical feel.

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-Nia looks like

-she belongs on a yacht.

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-I look like I belong on a bus!

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-I love a trench coat.

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-Brigitte Marcon loves to wear

-her trench coat too.

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-This one looks great

-with white jeans.

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-The white bag matches perfectly.

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-You can get so many looks

-from one pair of white jeans.

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-You can wear them over

-and over during the summer months.

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-That's it from us today.

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-Tomorrow, Alison discusses food and

-drink and Lowri has some style tips.

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-We also open the covers

-of our Book Club.

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-The news and weather is followed

-by a classic episode of Cefn Gwlad.

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-Thanks for your company, goodbye.

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Byddwn yn croesawu'r gyflwynwraig a'r actores Heulwen Haf i'r stiwdio. We'll welcome presenter and actress Heulwen Haf to the studio.