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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da
-on another glorious spring day.
-The long weekend is over and
-this is what we have for you today.
-We discuss the fact that people
-are living for longer...
-..with the psychiatrist
-for the elderly, Dr Betsan Rosser.
-We learn about Caerphilly
-and get to meet her people.
-Hannah Roberts is one of our guests.
-She talks about winning the chair
-in Newcastle Emlyn's Eisteddfod.
-Lowri Steffan has tips
-on decorating a child's room.
-Fflur Arwel from Caernarfon
-who now resides in Aberystwyth...
-her prized possessions.
-Join us for another busy edition
-of Prynhawn Da this Tuesday.
-We start by looking back at the
-stories hitting the headlines...
-..with Karl Davies.
-Welcome to the programme.
-Today, the date of 8 June
-is grabbing all the headlines.
-It's come as quite a shock
-to a number of people.
-Nobody expected this!
-I've worked in the world
-It takes months to organize
-a General Election.
-There's so many things
-that need publishing.
-There's going to be a lot
-of sleepless nights.
-All the broadcasters
-are in the same boat.
-People will need to book places
-for people can go voting.
-It'll be a short campaign.
-A lot of people
-are in states of panic.
-We'll chat more
-about this in coming weeks.
-We remain with politics as we move
-to a story in The Guardian...
-..about the Turkish Referendum.
-The Turkish President
-Recep Tayyip Erdogan...
-..won the Turkish Referendum
-that was held on Sunday.
-Erdogan is set to claim a number
-of new powers.
-he can make decisions...
-..without going through parliament.
-There is a lot of divisions
-in the city of Istanbul.
-Parts of it
-is a cosmopolitan city...
-..whilst other parts
-are still traditionally Muslim.
-There are obligations to
-the European Union.
-Erdogan wants to bring back
-This will not help in their campaign
-to the European Union.
-Edrogan says that the French and
-Germans don't bother him...
-..and it's all about the Turks.
-I was in a wedding in Turkey.
-You could tell there was a division
-in the city.
-Our next article is from The Times.
-The article talks about being
-stranded on an island.
-It's all about a tortoise.
-The island is 4,500 miles
-from Rio de Janeiro.
-The British Government has spent
-about 300 million...
-..on an airport on the island.
-There has only been
-one commercial flight...
-..to the island.
-The island has a population
-of about 4,500.
-Napoleon also lived on the island.
-There's also the tortoise.
-It's the oldest tortoise
-in the world.
-It takes five days to sail to the
-island from Cape Town.
-We remain with The Times
-for the next story.
-The Times has an interesting story
-about a giant worm.
-"Life's a gas for the lazy giant
-shipworm" says The Times.
-This worm grows to the size
-of a small child.
-It eats dead things from the sea.
-The microbes in the dead things
-in the sea...
-..help the worm to feed him.
-It's thought to be the laziest
-animal in the world.
-Let's turn to another story
-in the Western Mail.
-We've got a sporting story to finish
-that centres around football.
-I know nothing about football.
-The Champions League Trophy
-is going on a tour of Wales.
-The Champions League
-is going to be held in Cardiff.
-Fans will all descend on Cardiff.
-All the hotels have been booked.
-I think we'll all avoid the M4!
-After the break, we chat about
-the fact we're living longer...
-..with psychiatrist for the elderly,
-Dr Betsan Rosser.
-And join us in Caerphilly,
-a great place for a day out.
-The latest statistics show
-that people are living for longer.
-It's a reason for celebration...
-..but also a cause for concern as
-living longer brings many problems.
-Dr Betsan Rosser is a psychiatrist
-who works with the elderly...
-..and is here to chat
-about the subject.
-Welcome to the programme.
-This is good news.
-It's great news.
-It's a sign of our success
-as a society...
-..and the success of the NHS.
-We have to look at the successes
-that we've had...
-..and treat the NHS with respect.
-Some 48 million people in America
-don't have any form of care...
-..but we're very lucky
-to have our NHS in this country.
-Is more support needed?
-Care has changed a lot
-during my career.
-A number of people receive care
-in their own homes.
-Some 80% of people in the homes
-for the elderly...
-..suffer from dementia.
-We've got more facilities
-for all this.
-There's a lot of pressure
-..to support those who are living
-Society has changed.
-A few years ago, people would have
-lived near each other.
-It still exists in some areas
-I'm talking about rural areas
-towards the north and the Valleys.
-In towns and cities...
-..a number of people don't have
-family members living nearby.
-We're all living longer.
-We need to look after ourselves too.
-I've worked in cases of dementia.
-A third of people of 90
-suffer from dementia.
-This means that there's two thirds
-who are relatively healthy.
-A lot of young people can enjoy
-their lives with grandparents.
-It's great for young people.
-They can spend time with those
-from older generations.
-A lot of grandparents care
-for their grandchildren.
-What advice would you give?
-As people get older,
-they should look after themselves.
-You need to keep your body
-and mind active.
-It can help as you age.
-It's difficult when some people
-have to stop driving.
-It's important to keep active
-We apologize for the loss in our
-Next, we take a trip to Caerphilly.
-This market town
-has a huge castle...
-..and was once at the heart
-of Welsh history.
-Yvonne learned about the town
-and saw what it is on offer today.
-The castle sits at the heart
-What can you tell us
-about the castle?
-The Romans came in the first century
-after Christ and then the Normans.
-It had strategic significance as
-you can see in three directions...
-..so the Romans and Normans
-could spot any attacks.
-The castle was started in 1268
-and completed in 1271.
-It's the second biggest in Europe...
-..and has concentric defences
-with its wall, a moat and a wall.
-# Gwlad, Gwlad #
-Pontypridd is often associated
-with the National Anthem...
-..but I believe its roots lie here.
-Evan James was born in a cottage
-in the shadows of this building.
-He is closely associated
-with this area.
-He lived at Ffos-yr-Hebog at
-Gelli-gaer and the mill at Bargoed.
-By the end of the World War I, local
-miners wanted a hospital nearby...
-..so they raised the funds
-that were needed.
-The hospital was opened in 1923.
-Since October 2015,
-it's been a community centre.
-We follow the example
-set by the miners.
-This centre is here
-to improve the quality of life.
-There's a library, a cinema club...
-..and a centre
-where classes are held...
-..such as art, yoga
-and line dancing.
-A choir rehearses here, Coleg Gwent
-runs Welsh lessons here...
-..and there's a cafe that's open
-to the public four mornings a week.
-The Visitor Centre sells gifts
-from Wales and local delicacies.
-It was the ideal place to meet Ben
-for a spot of lunch.
-Oh, that's lovely.
-We come to the centre to learn Welsh
-and have fun.
-I enjoy coming here
-to drink coffee and tea and toast...
-..and enjoy a bit of everything!
-I couldn't come to Caerphilly
-without buying its famous cheese.
-Here's some Caerphilly cheese.
-Here's some Caerphilly cheese.
-Thank you, Martin.
-Caerphilly was also the birthplace
-of entertainer, Tommy Cooper.
-Just like that!
-Llyfrau'r Enfys sells Welsh books
-It's had a stall at the indoor
-market for some time.
-A lot of Welsh speakers come here.
-Non-Welsh speaking parents come here
-to buy bilingual books and get help.
-The town was screaming out for this
-There are many independent shops
-a stone's throw from each other.
-One sells gifts and homeware
-and another sells and repairs bikes.
-There's a barber, a menswear shop
-and a whole lot more.
-This is the oldest shop in the town,
-it has been here for 65 years.
-Mr and Mrs Jones opened it
-when the town was bustling.
-This was where I had my first job
-after leaving school aged 16.
-You had regular customers, a fish
-counter and everything was fresh.
-You should shop locally
-as they appreciate the custom.
-Our journey ends in the courthouse
-that is now a pub!
-The building dates back
-to the 14th century.
-They settled disputes about rent
-so it should be called a courthouse.
-was one of the first women...
-..who remembers it changing
-from a GP surgery to a pub.
-They made Caerphilly cheese by hand
-and sent them around the world.
-It's an interesting site for the
-pub and restaurant.
-It's one place to quench a thirst
-so thank you for today and cheers!
-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.
-In a moment, Lowri Steffan has tips
-on decorating a child's room.
-Fflur Arwel discusses
-some of her prized possessions.
-Our next guest has won
-a number of Eisteddfod Chairs...
-..but one of them
-has a specific story.
-welcome to the programme.
-How many Eisteddfod Chairs
-have you won in total?
-I have 18 chairs.
-I can't sit in any of them!
-The first was from Bancffosfelen.
-I have a glass Chair
-I've also won in Crymych.
-Tell us about this Chair.
-The Reverend Harold Appleyard served
-at Christchurch in Ontario, Canada.
-Many of the parishioners were killed
-during the 1942 war.
-Reverend Harold Appleyard was called
-up as a Military Chaplain...
-..for the army in Sussex.
-I read about him
-in the Readers Digest.
-We fought with Canada.
-had changed their tactics.
-They stopped targeting railways
-and targeted historical buildings.
-A number of churches lost
-their stained glass windows.
-Appleyard did fire duty.
-He was walking back one evening
-and heard the sound of glass...
-..under his feet.
-It was from a stained glass window.
-He picked some of them up.
-He had a dream of creating
-a memorial window in Canada.
-Harold started collecting shards of
-the glass from the bombed churches.
-He dreamed of recreating
-a memorial window in Canada...
-..for the parishioners.
-He had various shards
-with different images.
-The church near the barracks
-was also hit.
-The whole windows were blown out.
-He went and asked people
-to help improve the windows.
-He collected shards of glass
-from 125 churches.
-Some of this glass was sent
-from Welsh churches.
-In the Newcastle Emlyn Eisteddfod
-..the Chair topic was Ffenest
-I wrote a poem about Harold's story
-and won the Chair.
-This was a wonderful background
-to my poem.
-He collected the different shards
-from different locations.
-He even got some from France.
-One shard had a poppy on it.
-You can see it on the window.
-It's only during the last month...
-..that I have seen photographs
-of the window online.
-They were asking for people to leave
-their comments about the window.
-I told them that I had written
-the poem and received a reply.
-They wanted me to send a photograph
-of the Chair...
-..and to translate
-the poem for them.
-The long Easter weekend was
-a bit cold but dry on the whole.
-Did you take advantage of the fine
-weather and take some photographs?
-You can enter
-our spring photography competition.
-Nature springs to life...
-..the flowers are in bloom,
-leaves fill the trees...
-..and the lambing season
-is in full swing!
-Take a long walk with the family or
-enjoy a relaxed afternoon in a park.
-And don't forget your camera
-for you to enter our competition.
-The winner gets an iPad
-or a television.
-You have until midday on 5 May
-You can post your photographs to...
-..Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to us.
-You can also contact us online.
-Search for PrynhawnDaS4C
-and good luck.
-and send us your photographs.
-Next, we've got a touch
-of interior design.
-It's the school holidays...
-..so Lowri Steffan has tips
-on decorating children's bedrooms.
-Welcome to the programme, Lowri.
-I have a few ideas.
-Children like to have their own
-input on their bedrooms.
-We start with the girls.
-Our first item is the spotty chair.
-Children like to have small chairs
-to sit in to read.
-It's 29.99 from Dunelm.
-These are available
-in different designs.
-They are all well-suited
-to children's bedrooms.
-This would work well.
-We have extra accessories.
-Next, we have the cloud lampshade,
-which is 9.99 from Dunelm.
-This is wonderful.
-You could use this
-in a boy or girl's room.
-If you painted the ceiling
-a different colour...
-..this would look great.
-We move on to these boxes
-that cost 4.99 from TK Maxx.
-Girls like to have trinket boxes.
-They will last for years.
-They look grown-up.
-The bedding is important.
-There is a wide variety of
-You don't have to match everything.
-We have curtains
-that are 14 from Asda.
-There's a floral pattern
-on the curtains.
-You could match the curtains
-with a different print.
-We move on to the duvet set,
-which is 19.99 from Dunelm.
-It looks fresh.
-Children love throws.
-These are reasonably priced.
-The throws are 3 from ASDA.
-You can wash them a few times.
-For that price, you can't go wrong!
-You might not want to go for an
-overly girly look.
-It's 12 for the red curtains
-which is very reasonable.
-The red solid colour looks great.
-You could use these
-for a boy's or girl's room.
-You might have to consider
-using a blind...
-..if the curtains are too thin.
-We've got two duvet sets
-that cost 14 from ASDA.
-You get two single duvet sets
-These might appeal
-to the older children.
-They wash well.
-Supermarkets are used to having
-materials which wash well...
-..for the children.
-Next, we have a toy box.
-It has a wonderful pattern inside.
-You could also use
-it as a laundry basket.
-It's 9.99 from TK Maxx.
-I would be happy to place that
-in any room.
-Next, we move on to the boys' room.
-This caught my eye in Dunelm
-and it costs 12.
-Girls also like to play football.
-The lamp uses batteries.
-You won't have to worry about using
-Our final item is a monster cushion.
-It's 9.99 from Dunelm.
-I love the cushions.
-Thank you, Lowri.
-After the break, Fflur Arwel
-chats about her prized possessions.
-Mari Grug from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-What have you got for us
-on tonight's Heno?
-Helen Prosser is out studio guest.
-She's chatting about a brand-new
-festival for Welsh learners.
-The festival takes place
-in St Fagan's Museum,
-We hear about a new sponsored walk
-around the whole of Wales...
-..in aid of Kidney Wales.
-Llinos Lee takes to the skies...
-..to learn about a new company
-in Wales called Hover Helicopters.
-meets a group of brave people...
-..who go swimming in wild water
-every day of the year.
-Thank you, Mari.
-Contact us with your story
-or to promote any kind of event.
-Call us on 01554 880 880
-or email [email protected]
-Write to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-We look forward to hearing from you.
-Make sure you contact us.
-We close the programme
-with Fflur Arwel...
-..who's originally from the village
-of Dinas near Caernarfon.
-Welcome to the programme, Fflur.
-She's here to chat to us.
-Tell us more about yourself.
-from the Caernarfon area.
-Yes, I'm originally from Dinas,
-The area is wonderful.
-It has a close-knit community.
-I studied International Politics and
-Welsh at Aberystwyth University...
-..before graduating in 2014.
-I also studied for a masters degree.
-I started working for Y Lolfa in
-September 2015 as Head of Marketing.
-I love my job.
-I've been in the job for two years.
-Tell us about your first item.
-This is a special note book.
-I write all of my creative ideas
-for stories and prose in this.
-Writing is a big part of my life
-and I love it.
-I've enjoyed writing
-from a young age.
-I see writing as a way to express
-myself, my feelings and beliefs...
-..and is a great way to convey or
-research a message or idea.
-I keep it in my bag at all times.
-I never kept a diary...
-..but would write stories
-in my spare time.
-Tell us about your second item.
-Y Lolfa is celebrating 50 years.
-There will be a big party in May.
-This is a copy of LOL magazine.
-This is a symbol of Welsh ethos.
-It was established 50 years ago.
-It was revolutionary, challenging
-and original by Y Lolfa.
-This is a symbol
-of vibrant vision...
-..that has made a priceless
-contribution to culture...
-..and the Welsh publishing scene
-over the past 50 years.
-LOL was a magazine.
-Y Lolfa grew from this idea.
-All Welsh books at the time
-were very traditional.
-They wanted to create
-This is a copy of the book,
-Why We Should All be Feminists...
-..which was written
-by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
-She is from Nigeria.
-She's an activist.
-I consider myself a feminist
-and a intersectional feminist.
-This book is a great example
-or symbol of the role in my life...
-..and it reminds me
-of the importance of the cause...
-..to me as a person,
-to Welsh society and the world.
-The book is a great size.
-I keep it on the shelf at home.
-I would love to write in the future.
-I might publish with Y Lolfa.
-The celebrations take place in
-Aberystwyth on 20 May at 8.00pm.
-Everyone is welcome.
-We have many events planned.
-The activities include readings
-Thank you, Fflur.
-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.
-Huw has more fashion advice.
-Alison Huw has simple
-but healthy dishes for our children.
-We also take a look at the various
-children's books on the market.
-Aled Jones: Fy Nhaith Glasurol
-follows the news and weather on S4C.
Cyfres gylchgrawn gydag eitemau coginio a ffasiwn a chyngor am bopeth o addurno'ch cartref i ddewis llyfr da. Magazine series including features on fashion, style, antiques and cookery.