Tue, 17 Nov 2015 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 17 Nov 2015

Lyndon Lloyd o Age Cymru fydd yma i sôn am waith yr elusen dros fisoedd y gaeaf. Lyndon Lloyd from Age Cymru talks about the charity's work over the winter months.


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli for

-your Tuesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-It's World Prematurity Day...

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-..and in a moment, Carys Lewis chats

-about her experience with Ifan.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-On today's programme,

-Heledd takes a trip to Swansea.

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-One of Wales's national museums

-has a new exhibition about pioneers.

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-These people were pioneers

-in the place I'm looking at now.

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-Delyth Wilson shares advice

-on how to style your fireplace.

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-We'll give away a night's stay at

-Laugharne's Corran Resort and Spa.

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-It's a real treat before Christmas

-and we'll have the details later.

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-Megan Williams browses through

-the latest monthly magazines.

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-The runner, Dewi Griffiths

-chats about his treasured items.

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-There's plenty for you to enjoy over

-the next 50 minutes on Prynhawn Da.

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-Today is World Prematurity Day which

-raises awareness of pre-term births.

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-We're joined by Carys Lewis

-and her son, Ifan.

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-Welcome to you both.

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-Thank you.

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-Ifan is having fun with his car.

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-Tell us all about yourself, Carys.

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-I was expecting Ifan.

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-Ifan was our first child.

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-After about 26 weeks,

-I felt some pain.

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-The pain worsened

-and I went to hospital.

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-I was rushed to Singleton

-and Ifan was born.

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-He arrived 14 weeks early.

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-It came as quite a shock.

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-There weren't any signs.

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-They called it a spontaneous labour.

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-It just happened!

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-He was very small when he was born.

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-He lost some weight

-when he was born.

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-He was born at just over 2lbs.

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-My husband, Oliver and the family

-were very supportive.

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-The hospital staff

-were also fantastic.

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-The hospital staff in Haverfordwest

-were wonderful too.

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-They put us at ease.

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-I held Ifan on the second day.

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-I didn't know that I could hold him

-that early.

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-I felt guilty about the situation.

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-I didn't know if I could hold him.

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-They call it the kangeroo syndrome

-when you place a baby...

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-..to your skin.

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-Ifan is a healthy boy

-and enjoying himself now.

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-He was born early and since then,

-he has been healthy.

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-He's had routine tests

-such as blood tests.

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-He did have one blood transfusion.

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-This is quite common

-in premature babies.

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-You don't know about this situation

-until you are in it.

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-You are in a bubble.

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-All of the other children

-born in the same ward...

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-..are also fit and healthy.

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-Ifan is monitored twice a year

-as a routine check-up.

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-He's recently had the all-clear

-from the specialist.

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-I'm wearing a ribbon by Bliss.

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-They raise awareness

-of premature births.

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-They do some fantastic work.

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-We like your flashing trainers!

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-Smile to everyone at home

-and give them a wave.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-Swansea's Waterfront Museum

-depicts the history...

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-..of industry and innovation

-in Wales over the past 300 years.

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-Heledd Gwyndaf went to hear about

-the new Wales In Space exhibition.

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-The National Waterfront Museum

-is quite a misleading name.

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-Yes, it's on the waterfront but

-it looks at industry and pioneers.

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-The latest exhibition

-is called Wales in Space.

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-This museum in Swansea looks at

-industry and innovation in Wales...

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-..since the Industrial Revolution.

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-The Industrial Revolution

-continues to this day.

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-Industry in Wales has changed

-considerably since World War II.

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-There's been a shift from

-heavy industries to new technology.

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-This exhibition looks at industries

-linked with space exploration.

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-Space has mystified people

-through the ages.

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-Wales plays an important part

-in its exploration.

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-People associate America, Russia

-and China with space exploration...

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-..but Wales has ties with space...

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-..and this exhibition aims

-to reveal these unexpected stories.

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-There's the brother of

-Howell Harris, the Welsh reformer...

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-..namely Joseph Harris, one of

-the great astronomers of his era.

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-Tecwyn Roberts from Llanddaniel

-on Anglesey joined NASA...

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-..and worked on the

-Apollo expeditions in the 1960s.

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-It leads to the modern day

-and Beagle 2 landing on Mars.

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-Scientists from Cardiff University

-worked on Beagle 2.

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-Those were just a few

-but we cannot forget space fashion.

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-I'm not sure if I'd enter space

-in this suit.

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-It wasn't made by a scientist but

-one of Wales's fashion designers.

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-Hefin Jones from Cardigan made this

-spacesuit using fabric from Wales.

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-In 2013, Hefin won the Christine

-Risley Award for his textile work.

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-Who wouldn't want to go to space

-in homemade tweed and clogs?!

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-I'm sure any child would love

-this rocket and dressing up.

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-There's a lot of fun things

-including the rocket...

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-..and children

-can dress in spacesuits...

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-..but there's also a serious story

-within the exhibition.

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-It looks like

-an interesting exhibition.

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-After the break...

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-..Delyth Wilson has suggestions

-on how to style your fireplace.

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-Lyndon Lloyd from Age Cymru also

-discusses their work during winter.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Our interior design expert,

-Delyth Wilson has joined us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We're like bookends

-in our striped tops.

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-We need to snuggle up...

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-..because Barney is on his way!

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-Christmas is approaching.

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-We want to look at the fireplace.

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-You can create a fireplace.

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-You don't need a chimney

-to create a fireplace.

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-Owain Joinery Fires makes

-fire surrounds and this is 429.

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-Owain Joinery Fires

-is a local company in Llanelli.

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-They can create a surround to your

-own design.

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-They make them in wood or stone.

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-The stove in the centre is very

-effective.

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-The stove in the centre

-of the surround is by Dimplex...

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-..and sold at Leekes for 699.99.

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-You get what you pay for!

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-It gives off a touch of heat...

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-..but this is more about adding

-warmth to the room.

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-It's all about creating

-a warm atmosphere.

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-Dunelm has a smaller

-Dimplex stove...

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-..that's 10% of the price

-of the other one and it's 69.99.

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-The smaller one has a fan heater.

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-It is a little bit noisy.

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-There's also some letters

-from Homesense for 6.99 each.

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-The smaller stove gives off a dry

-heat.

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-It isn't as homely as the larger

-one.

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-These will add a lot to a room

-on a cold winter night.

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-You can also have modern items

-such as a hole in the wall.

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-You also have some items

-for those with a real fireplace.

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-It's important that you protect

-the fires with a guard.

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-The guard is 17.99 from Homebase.

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-Take care with a real fire...

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-..

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-..as it can spit out some sparks so

-you need to protect yourself...

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-..and your family and home.

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-There's also a wooden sledge

-to store your wood.

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-It's only 9.99.

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-We're slowly making our way to

-Christmas.

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-The mulberry shade is modern

-and also adds warmth.

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-This colour is also fashionable

-in the clothes.

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-Thank you, Delyth.

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-Today's competition invites you

-to relax at a luxury spa hotel.

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-Here are the details.

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-Everyday life is always busy so

-it's easy to forget to take a break.

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-There's no better place to do that

-than at the Corran Resort...

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-..a 4-star luxury hotel

-in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire.

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-You can win all of the following.

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-A night for two in a luxury cottage

-in the Corran Resort.

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-An evening meal

-in the hotel's restaurant.

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-There's also a Welsh breakfast and

-a 55-minute treatment in the spa.

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-This amazing prize is worth 450.

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-The winner will need

-to discuss dates with the hotel.

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-You'll get a warm welcome

-at the Corran Resort...

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-..whether you want a romantic break

-or want to explore Carmarthenshire.

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-The Corran Resort has something

-for everyone so get dialling now.

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-This is the all-important question:

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-Who is the famous poet

-from Laugharne?

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-1) Dylan Jones, 2) Dylan Thomas,

-or 3) Dylan Davies?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your

-telephone company's network charge.

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-Every entrant must be over 18.

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-The phone lines

-close at 3.00pm tomorrow.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions are

-available at www.pryhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all!

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-Get dialling for your chance to win

-that incredible prize.

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-In the build-up to Christmas...

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-..we'll look at the work

-of various charities in Wales.

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-Many volunteers work exceptionally

-hard for an array of good causes.

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-We start by meeting Lyndon Lloyd

-from the charity, Age Cymru.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-This year, Age Cymru

-has a scheme to tackle loneliness.

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-People are lonely

-for a number of reasons.

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-Yes, people can be lonely

-for a number of reasons.

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-I'd like to say that those

-on a credit pension...

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-..can have help in purchasing

-the items that Delyth had.

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-It's possible that children the

-age of Ifan, who we saw earlier...

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-..will reach the age of 100.

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-Loneliness can affect anyone.

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-Anyone can suffer from loneliness.

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-Students can suffer from this.

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-This year, Age Cymru

-has a scheme to tackle loneliness.

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-There's an advert about loneliness.

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-Loneliness can be caused

-by the death of a partner.

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-Some will move house so that they

-can live closer to the family.

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-My parents have moved close to me.

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-Many parents do this.

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-They can be very lonely as

-it's a foreign area for them.

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-The elderly can feel quite alone

-when the weather is bleak.

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-They have a number of worries

-in the winter weather.

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-How can Age Cymru

-help those who are lonely?

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-I'd like to tell you about an

-elderly man from the Mumbles.

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-I won't ask if you went

-to the area together!

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-The Mumbles is an area for couples.

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-However, this man lived in the

-Mumbles by himself.

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-People don't know what to talk

-about.

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-I tell them to look at the

-photographs...

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-..that the people have in their

-homes.

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-This man had a photograph of himself

-dressed as a soldier...

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-..and he fought in World War I.

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-We wanted to organize visits from

-the British Legion...

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-..but he didn't want that.

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-This man wanted to be lonely.

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-There's also an example

-from Waunarlwydd.

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-It was a very busy village...

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-..with a close-knit community.

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-This lady lost her son in the last

-week of the war.

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-Her husband had also died.

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-I would visit her.

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-She would always yell at you

-to close the door!

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-I didn't know how to react.

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-This elderly lady was in tears...

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-..but she broke out into a smile.

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-I wasn't sure what to expect but

-it was the parrot yelling at me!

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-Pets are wonderful for those

-who feel lonely.

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-It's important for people to mix.

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-You can contact Age Cymru

-via the address on screen.

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-You don't need to be lonely.

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-Contact Age Cymru

-as we have offices all over Wales.

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-We'd like to ask pupils

-to come to our events.

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-They can learn a lot

-from the elderly.

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-Merry Christmas to you all!

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-Thank you, Lyndon.

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-After the break, Megan Williams

-has some stories from the magazines.

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-We'll also celebrate

-Homemade Bread Day.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-Next, we enter

-the world of the magazines...

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-..and Megan Williams has an array

-of articles to discuss today.

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-Welcome to the programme, Megan.

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-We start with the Huw Fash Sash.

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-This month's edition of Y Wawr

-features our very own Huw Fash.

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-This is the winter edition.

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-There's an interview with

-the fashion expert, Huw Rees.

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-Huw discusses the success of

-the Huw Fash Sash...

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-..at the Royal Welsh

-and National Eisteddfod.

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-Huw mentions it was a pleasure

-to meet and socialize with viewers.

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-Huw states that the Huw Fash Sash

-will return next summer!

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-Y Wawr has another

-interesting article.

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-Dr Llinos Roberts is a familiar face

-to viewers of Prynhawn Da.

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-As winter draws in, many of us

-will switch on the central heating.

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-Dr Llinos highlights the dangers of

-carbon monoxide - the silent killer.

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-There's a greater risk of

-carbon monoxide poisoning in winter.

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-Symptoms include headaches,

-fatigue and breathing problems.

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-Check for black spots around the

-fireplace, boiler or heating system.

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-Check that smoke doesn't come back

-down the chimney.

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-It's known as the silent killer

-and it can kill you quickly.

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-Reduce your risk by installing

-a carbon monoxide alarm.

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-We phoned the Fire Service

-and they fitted an alarm for us.

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-This is a silent killer.

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-You can't see, taste or smell

-carbon monoxide gas.

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-Our next article is from Essentials.

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-The article is called

-He Stole Our Christmas.

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-The story is about Sam Redman...

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-..who was expecting a baby

-before Christmas last year.

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-The expectant mother had shopped

-and wrapped her Christmas gifts.

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-A few days before Christmas, she was

-burgled and all the gifts were gone.

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-The magazine offers tips on how to

-safeguard your home this Christmas.

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-Lock doors and windows

-even when you're at home.

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-Burglers know that there

-are expensive gifts...

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-..in the house at

-Christmas.

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-Don't place presents

-under your Christmas tree.

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-We move on to Barn.

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-Beca Brown has penned this article.

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-The controversial singer,

-Miley Cyrus had confessed...

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-..that she's 'pansexual'

-or 'omnisexual.'

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-I haven't heard of this phrase.

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-Pansexual is someone who is

-not interested in others...

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-..for their physical attraction

-but rather, for their identity.

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-Beca Brown didn't know what it meant

-and asked a 13-year-old girl.

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-These terms are more familiar

-with a younger generation.

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-There's been too much pressure

-on finding a relationship...

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-..or discovering your sexuality.

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-Days of the year are now earmarked

-to celebrate an array of delicacies.

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-Today, it's Homemade Bread Day.

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-Few people make their own bread...

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-..but Ellen took the challenge

-a few years ago.

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-Nothing beats a fresh loaf and it's

-even better when it's made at home.

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-But I have to admit

-that I've never made my own bread.

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-This is about to change.

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-I've come to the home of

-Dr Carol Williams at Llangyndeyrn...

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-..to get a lesson on bread making

-from a real expert.

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-I've made my own bread for years and

-my mother would make it every week.

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-I grew up with it

-when I was at home.

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-How difficult is it

-to make your own bread?

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-Anyone can make bread

-because it isn't very complicated.

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-It's high time I made my own loaf,

-with some assistance from Carol!

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-I use two thirds of plain white

-flour and a third of brown flour...

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-..and 1oz of lard

-to help with the mixture.

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-You also need two teaspoons

-of dry yeast, a spoonful of salt...

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-..two heaped spoonfuls of sugar and

-three quarters of a pint of water.

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-It comes together quite quickly

-and looks like bread already.

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-This is left to rise

-for about 45 minutes...

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-..before placing it in the tins.

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-This gives us time for a cuppa!

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-The colour of your bread

-spoke volumes about your status.

0:33:320:33:37

-The paler the bread,

-the higher your status...

0:33:370:33:41

-..because white flour

-was more difficult to produce.

0:33:420:33:47

-These days, brown bread

-is more expensive than white.

0:33:470:33:53

-I'm sprinkling sesame seeds over the

-top but you can use any seed or nut.

0:33:530:34:01

-These are left to rise again

-for a further hour.

0:34:010:34:06

-Breadmaking is time-consuming.

0:34:060:34:09

-It can sit over here to rise.

0:34:100:34:12

-Time is up

-so they should be ready now.

0:34:130:34:16

-Yes, I hope so.

0:34:170:34:19

-This loaf looks nice

-and has a good sound.

0:34:200:34:23

-That means it's cooked.

0:34:240:34:29

-We also have two rolls

-that appear to be well done!

0:34:290:34:36

-They look perfect

-and that's a good day's work.

0:34:360:34:41

-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

0:34:490:34:54

-Welcome to the programme.

0:34:540:34:59

-I've never tried baking bread.

0:34:590:35:04

-We've just seen an item

-about homemade bread.

0:35:040:35:08

-Tonight, Dafydd Wyn

-celebrates Homemade Bread Day...

0:35:090:35:15

-..and learns what it takes

-to be a master baker.

0:35:150:35:23

-There's the Royal Mail's new

-collection of Christmas stamps...

0:35:230:35:27

-..that are sure to please

-animal lovers.

0:35:270:35:32

-My studio guest is the musician,

-Ynyr Llwyd.

0:35:320:35:35

-Ynyr is going to be performing

-for us in the studio.

0:35:360:35:38

-There's another chance to win

-that amazing competition prize...

0:35:390:35:42

-..of dinner, an overnight stay

-and spa treatment...

0:35:420:35:47

-..at the luxurious Corran Resort

-in Laugharne.

0:35:480:35:52

-Join us in a few minutes.

0:35:520:35:54

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0:35:540:35:54

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0:35:570:35:59

-Welcome back.

0:36:040:36:05

-Our final guest is a track, road,

-mountain and cross country runner.

0:36:060:36:10

-He's represented both Wales

-and the United Kingdom.

0:36:100:36:14

-Dewi Griffiths,

-welcome to the programme.

0:36:140:36:17

-Thank you.

0:36:170:36:19

-We've got something in common.

0:36:190:36:23

-Your coach, Kevin Evans trained me

-and some people in Aberaeron...

0:36:230:36:32

-..when we were in our teens!

0:36:320:36:36

-He's still coaching.

0:36:360:36:44

-I work a few days a week with Kevin.

0:36:440:36:49

-Congratulations on winning your 50th

-vest for Wales over the weekend.

0:36:490:36:55

-Last weekend, I won

-my 50th running vest for Wales...

0:36:550:36:59

-..by finishing in second place

-in the Leeds Abby Dash.

0:36:590:37:04

-It was a 10K in Leeds.

0:37:050:37:10

-Dewi has joined us to chat about

-his prized possessions.

0:37:100:37:14

-We start with your running vests.

0:37:140:37:16

-Running has been

-an important part of my life.

0:37:160:37:20

-I've been representing Wales

-in various running events...

0:37:200:37:26

-..since I was a child.

0:37:260:37:28

-It's always been important

-for me to run for Wales.

0:37:280:37:33

-My first race was in 2005.

0:37:330:37:40

-It was in Norfolk.

0:37:410:37:45

-I finished in third place.

0:37:450:37:55

-It was a race for Britain and

-Ireland.

0:37:550:38:05

-This was when I won my first medal.

0:38:100:38:18

-I think I'm quite unique

-in my running.

0:38:190:38:29

-I'll do some road running in

-the Cardiff Half Marathon.

0:38:300:38:33

-Is there another runner

-in the family?

0:38:330:38:36

-I'm the only runner in the family.

0:38:360:38:46

-I like to keep

-all my race numbers...

0:38:490:38:52

-..as they remind me of the running

-events I've accomplished...

0:38:520:38:56

-..both in this country

-and on foreign soil.

0:38:570:39:00

-I've got numbers from Berlin...

0:39:000:39:09

-..and the number from Edinburgh was

-when I first represented Britain.

0:39:090:39:19

-You can tell which numbers were

-for the cross-country races!

0:39:290:39:34

-I also have the number from the

-Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

0:39:340:39:42

-You were injured when this happened.

0:39:420:39:47

-I wanted to run

-in the Commonwealth Games.

0:39:470:39:53

-I did run the race

-but I was injured.

0:39:530:40:00

-I'll never forget that race.

0:40:000:40:05

-What is your ambition?

0:40:060:40:09

-Everyone wants to reach

-the Olympic Games.

0:40:090:40:19

-I don't know if I'll make it

-next year.

0:40:190:40:25

-However, I've got my sights set

-on 2020.

0:40:250:40:31

-You have a cross country race

-coming up.

0:40:310:40:40

-The photograph

-is of the family sheepdog, Nel.

0:40:400:40:49

-She's always at my side

-when we're at home.

0:40:490:40:53

-My family has a farm in Llanfynydd.

0:40:530:40:57

-We have sheep and dairy cattle.

0:40:570:41:01

-She's a real character and I have a

-lot of fun with her.

0:41:010:41:06

-She runs a lot faster than me!

0:41:060:41:09

-I think she keeps me fit.

0:41:090:41:12

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:120:41:15

-One worthy viewer from Boncath is

-given the Salt of the Earth plate.

0:41:150:41:20

-There's fashion advice

-from Huw Rees.

0:41:210:41:25

-Welsh readers tell us about

-Sioned William's new book, Chwynnu.

0:41:250:41:29

-After the news and weather on S4C,

-Hywel Gwynfryn features in 3 Lle.

0:41:290:41:34

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:340:41:37

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0:41:370:41:38

Lyndon Lloyd o Age Cymru fydd yma i sôn am waith yr elusen dros fisoedd y gaeaf. Lyndon Lloyd from Age Cymru talks about the charity's work over the winter months.


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