Tue, 21 Nov 2017 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 21 Nov 2017

Byddwn yn agor drysau'r cwpwrdd dillad gyda Huw Rees, a bydd Dr Llinos yn trafod unigrwydd. Huw Rees opens the wardrobe doors and Dr Llinos discusses loneliness.


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-What would you expect to find in

-the various archives across Wales?

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-They contain some real gems...

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-..and there's a new campaign to

-enable people to sample the past.

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-Rob Phillips is an archivist at the

-National Library and joins us now.

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-Welcome to the programme, Rob.

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-Tell us more about opening the doors

-of your archives to the public.

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-There's so much to see

-in our archives around Wales.

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-Archives enable all of us to

-discover the stories, the facts...

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-..the places and the people that

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-Our archives

-offer a window to the past.

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-Last Friday, the Explore Your

-Archive campaign was launched.

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-Mari Grug launched the campaign

-at the Glamorgan Archives.

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-Every year,

-our archives around Britain...

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-..promote what they have

-to offer to the public.

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-It's a chance to show you

-what we've got behind our doors.

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-There are 22 archives around Wales.

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-There are some in your communities

-and in universities...

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-..and other organizations.

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-There's something for everyone

-at our archives.

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-Some people would consider archives

-as boring places full of dust!

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-That isn't true.

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-There's not a spot of dust anywhere!

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-There are stories behind everything.

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-An archive is a great place

-to search for past documents...

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-..that will reveal everything about

-their families and communties.

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-Most of the archives are donated

-by individuals or organizations.

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-We've seen footage of the documents

-from the mining areas.

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-There are many documents

-about the mining communities.

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-These communities

-have disappeared now.

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-There is an archive for miners

-at the Glamorgan Archives.

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-You can also find out more

-about the eras of the war.

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-We learn about people's lives

-during these periods.

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-Sourcing information is easy.

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-You can click online

-or pick up the phone.

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-Archivists are more than happy

-to help you.

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-There's also a catalogue online.

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-The campaign runs until this Sunday.

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-Users are encouraged

-to join the campaign on Twitter.

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-You can use the hashtag

-#explorearchives on Twitter.

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-Today's archive

-is about the women...

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-..who collected cockles

-around Llanelli.

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-There's so much variation

-within our collections.

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-There's a daily subject

-for the hashtags.

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-Technology makes it easy

-for us to communicate.

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-Thank you, Rob.

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-It's cold and damp but there's

-still plenty to do in the garden.

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-Today, Ieuan looks at gardening

-on a budget by taking cuttings.

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-Growing plants from cuttings is a

-cheap way of boosting your crop...

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-..or to grow something new for free

-with cuttings from friends.

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-At this time of year, it's best

-to take cuttings from hardwoods...

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-..or stems that have hardened and

-are wooden as opposed to being soft.

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-I'm taking privet cuttings

-to fill in the gaps in one hedge...

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-..and rejuvenate the base of another

-hedge that has all sorts of plants.

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-You can take hardwood cuttings from

-an array of other suitable shrubs...

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-..like buddleia, cornus,

-honeysuckle, philadelphus and roses.

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-The bottom cut is made below a node

-where the leaves grow from a stem.

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-The top cut is made above a node and

-at angle to stop water gathering.

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-The cutting should measure

-between six inches and a foot.

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-Half of each stem

-will be buried underground.

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-Hardwood cuttings

-are slow at developing roots.

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-You can quicken the process

-by damaging the base with a knife...

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-..and remove half an inch of

-the husk on one side of the stem.

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-New roots are more likely to grow

-from the damaged area.

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-Open a narrow and deep trench

-with a spade.

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-One side needs to be straight

-to give the stem plenty of support.

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-The base can rot before it roots

-in very wet soil caused by rain.

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-You can avoid this

-with a layer of sand or grit...

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-You can avoid this

-with a layer of sand or grit...

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-..to help drainage and stop the base

-of the stems sitting in watery soil.

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-Rooting powder isn't essential but

-it does helps to prevent diseases.

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-Next, insert the cuttings and lean

-them against the straight back...

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-..and press the bases into the grit.

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-Place them six inches apart, return

-the soil and press it down firmly.

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-All you need to do over the coming

-months as these take root...

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-..is to ensure the wind or frost

-hasn't loosened them in the soil.

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-If that happens, simply press down

-the soil firmly once again.

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-Rooting is a slow process but

-when new buds form in the spring...

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-..it's a sign that the cuttings

-have taken root.

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-Wait until October next year

-before moving them.

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-Hardwood cuttings need a year to

-form enough roots to move them.

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-Thanks to Ieuan

-for his useful advice.

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-We'd like to apologize for

-the technical issue earlier.

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-We hope it didn't

-affect your viewing.

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-Mari Grug from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Join me for another jam-packed

-edition of Heno at 7.00pm.

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-The actress and author, Manon Eames

-joins me in the studio...

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-..to chat about her new novel.

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-Tonight, Rhodri Davies

-looks at the popularity...

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-..of the famous author,

-Agatha Christie.

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-We've already heard about the

-Explore Your Archive campaign.

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-I launched the campaign for

-Explore Your Archive last week.

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-Tonight, we hear about

-the events in Wales...

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-..that are organized as part of

-the Explore Your Archive campaign.

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-We meet the next finalist in our

-competition to find the new Gelert.

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-After the break, Dr Llinos joins

-Sian and I to discuss loneliness.

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-Don't be lonely

-as we're here to keep you company.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's the season of long, dark nights

-and gloomy weather.

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-These are factors that effect

-many people who are feeling lonely.

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-The statistics show that this isn't

-a condition for just the elderly...

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-..as over half of the parents in

-Wales feel lonely from time to time.

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-Dr Llinos joins us

-to discuss this condition.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Loneliness is difficult to define.

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-Yes, loneliness is quite

-complicated to describe.

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-I'm sure we've all felt lonely

-at some point.

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-The statistics are quite alarming.

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-The Red Cross

-has researched loneliness.

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-Around 9 million people

-feel lonely.

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-It's described as an epidemic.

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-We tend to think that it mainly

-affects the elderly...

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-..but there are other groups in

-society that are affected by it.

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-Many new parents

-feel lonely at times.

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-They don't have a chance to see

-or talk to people...

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-..as parenthood consumes them.

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-This also applies to someone

-who has suffered loss...

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-..or has gone through a divorce.

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-New parents are more at risk

-of suffering from loneliness.

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-Many young parents don't have

-friends who have children.

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-It's important that they socialize

-with other young parents...

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-..in the community.

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-Feeling lonely can have a negative

-impact on your mental wellbeing.

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-Living with a mental health issue

-increases feelings of loneliness.

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-There's a close connection between

-loneliness and mental health.

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-We have to create a network

-in our society...

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-..to tackle loneliness.

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-We have to recognize the group

-of people who are more at risk.

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-We all have a role to play.

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-We all know someone who is at risk

-of suffering from loneliness.

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-This is something that we've seen

-develop over the years.

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-It takes nothing to visit

-and have a cuppa with someone.

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-Society has changed so much.

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-Years ago, we have a network

-and support within our communities.

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-Many people live far away from

-their friends and families now.

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-Where do you find help?

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-You can seek support online.

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-There are groups

-that can help individuals.

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-They will provide a tailored answer.

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-They can also refer you

-to help within your community.

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-There are groups in each community

-that can help and support.

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-There are groups to suit all ages

-and situations.

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-You can share your experiences with

-others who can identify with you.

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-You can feel lonely in a crowd.

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-You may feel lonely but there are

-people around you to help.

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-It can affect us all.

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-The small things help.

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-Neil Rowlands

-joins us in a few minutes...

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-..to chat about a new online

-magazine for Welsh learners.

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-Elgan Richards also chats about

-his life-changing decision.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Neil Rowlands

-has joined us in the studio.

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-He's decided to start a new

-online magazine for Welsh learners.

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-Welcome to the programme, Neil.

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-Thank you.

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-Before we hear about the magazine,

-tell us more about yourself.

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-I'm originally from Cardiff.

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-I currently live in Swansea.

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-I've learnt to speak Welsh.

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-I started learning Welsh

-about four years ago.

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-I work at Swansea University...

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-..and go to Welsh language classes

-in the evening.

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-I chose to learn to speak Welsh

-due to work.

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-It's important for businesses

-to use the language.

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-I feel like a Welshman...

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-..but didn't feel a full Welshman

-without being able to speak Welsh.

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-It's great that I can speak now.

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-Learning Welsh can be challenging.

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-I often visit the Ty Tawe shop

-in Swansea...

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-..as it's been great for me

-to practice my language.

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-Tell us more about the magazine.

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-When I was learning

-to speak Welsh...

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-..I noticed that there was

-a real gap in the market...

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-..for a magazine for Welsh learners.

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-There's Golwg and Barn

-for Welsh speakers.

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-However, there was nothing

-for the Welsh learners.

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-There's a lot of books

-for French and Spanish...

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-..where you can read the books

-with the English alongside.

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-I thought about doing this

-with the Welsh language.

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-You can read the magazine

-in both Welsh and English.

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-What's the response been like?

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-I started promoting the magazine

-three weeks ago.

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-I've been promoting it on Twitter...

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-..and with Say Something In Welsh.

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-This magazine is ideal

-for Welsh learners...

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-..as well as those people

-who don't feel overly confident...

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-..when speaking the Welsh language.

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-People from around the world

-can read the magazine.

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-Are you the only contributor

-at the moment?

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-I run the magazine voluntarily.

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-The online magazine

-is called Parallel.cymru

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-I made the website.

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-I don't compose

-all the material in the website.

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-Elin Meek has written

-about translating books.

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-Huw Stephens has

-written an article too.

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-There's some great people

-who help on the website.

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-I want people to read the website.

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-I also want people to

-write articles for me.

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-Parallel.cymru

-is an online bilingual magazine.

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-I want people to write

-about their book or albums.

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-It's important for people to

-write about these things.

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-Where can we read the magazine?

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-You can simply find the website

-online at Parallel.cymru

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-You can contact me via the website.

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-I'd be happy to chat

-with people about their ideas.

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-Good luck with the magazine.

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-With each of the four seasons...

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-..you can win either a television or

-iPad in our photography competition.

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-We want your photographs of the

-autumn and these are the details.

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-Autumn is a season of falling leaves

-and is ideal for taking photographs.

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-The amazing colours

-always excite us.

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-We want your photographs of autumn

-in your garden, public park...

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-..pavement or anywhere that you

-take your mobile phone or camera.

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-Upload your photographs to our

-Facebook or Twitter accounts...

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-..or email them to

-[email protected]

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-The closing date is 30 November

-and we look forward to seeing them.

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-Get snapping

-and send us your photographs.

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-Our next guest has had

-an incredible 18 months...

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-..and enjoyed a number

-of life-changing experiences.

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-Elgan Richards,

-welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Before we chat about

-your busy year...

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-..tell us a bit about

-your background and upbringing.

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-I'm originally from Cardiff.

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-Mam is from Llanuwchllyn and my

-father is from North Wales too.

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-I was a pupil at Ysgol Glantaf.

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-Following my time at school,

-I studied at Aberystwyth University.

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-University was the best time

-of my life.

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-I made some great friends...

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-..and I also met my wife, Eleri.

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-You also got married this year.

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-I got married in June.

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-Congratulations to you both.

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-Everyone had a great day.

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-We got married in Ffostrasol.

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-The reception was in Rhosygilwen.

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-In my spare time, I enjoy sport

-such as rugby football and golf.

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-I used to play rugby

-for the university.

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-I also played

-for the Cardiff Quins...

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-..until I injured my knee.

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-I also went to France

-for the World Cup in football.

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-It was incredible.

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-I try to go to all the away games.

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-I love following Wales.

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-Who do you want to replace

-Chris Coleman?

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-I don't know who should

-replace Chris Coleman yet.

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-They don't have the budget

-for some of the best names.

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-You've started

-your own business too.

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-In September 2017...

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-..I started my business called

-Elgan Richards Tendering.

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-The business

-does what it says on the tin!

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-My company helps other businesses

-to write tenders for contracts.

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-Tenders are posted

-on the Sell To Wales website.

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-You can read all about them.

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-What work does tendering entail?

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-People can write a tender

-for building work...

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-..or even catering.

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-This is something new

-for a lot of small businesses.

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-This is like a shop window

-for a lot of businesses.

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-There's hundreds of tenders

-that can be won.

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-You have to enter an application

-to win that tender.

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-You need to be in the game

-to win it!

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-There's more and more work

-to be had via tendering.

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-All the tenders have to

-be posted electronically.

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-All the businesses need to be online

-to find these tenders.

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-Your background lies in business.

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-The past experiences

-in your career...

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-..include working for Menter

-a Busnes and Business Wales.

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-It was great to work with these

-companies.

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-A lot of businesses don't have

-the time to write their own tenders.

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-I can offer training

-in writing tenders.

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-People can contact me

-over the phone.

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-We have a chat to see

-if we can work together.

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-I've been working for myself

-for a few months.

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-It's very exciting.

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-My website has gone live.

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-I love every second of it.

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-It's great to help

-the businesses of Wales.

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-I love meeting

-so many different people.

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-Good luck with your new business.

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-Do you want to give your little

-black dress a new lease of life?

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-Huw tells us all you need to know

-in a matter of minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We close the programme

-with some fashion.

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-Today, Huw is focusing

-on a timeless classic.

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-I doubt Owain

-has a little black dress!

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-I'm going to show you three

-different dresses.

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-You don't need to be able to sew.

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-There's a Chanel-esque jacket

-from H&M.

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-There's some lovely shoes.

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-It's got a few pearls

-and details on the front.

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-Nia was disgusted

-when she saw the bag at first!

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-Nia can put things away

-and change her shoes.

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-I've got the same dress that Nia

-is wearing on the stand.

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-The dress has a high neck.

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-I've added the detailed necklace.

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-Wear the bag over the shoulder.

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-It's a sparkly bag.

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-People often stick to the old

-favourites with this dress...

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-..but gold accessories

-can transform the outfit.

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-You want to detract

-the attention from the dress.

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-Nia can put on a thick belt.

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-There's some ankle boots too.

0:37:370:37:43

-There's gold elements on the heel.

0:37:440:37:50

-We also have a great jacket.

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-It changes the image.

0:37:550:38:00

-Nia can fetch another bag.

0:38:000:38:06

-There's more gold on the bag.

0:38:060:38:09

-Nia's been very worried

-about this part.

0:38:100:38:19

-She's got to put on some earrings!

0:38:190:38:29

-I've gone for a block black.

0:38:330:38:38

-People will notice the bag first.

0:38:380:38:45

-This has transformed

-the dress again.

0:38:450:38:51

-It's the same dress.

0:38:510:39:01

-The dress is simply

-a backdrop for the accessories.

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-Nia can change into her final look.

0:39:130:39:20

-We've got a velvet jacket.

0:39:200:39:30

-A lot of people have

-a velvet jacket.

0:39:300:39:40

-This makes the dress

-look quite vintage-esque.

0:39:410:39:49

-I've stuck to the 1970s feel...

0:39:490:39:55

-..and used the scarf as a necklace.

0:39:550:40:01

-Team this with some sparkly shoes.

0:40:010:40:09

-You can't really see the lace.

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-Nia's back too.

0:40:130:40:18

-She's wearing a top over the dress.

0:40:180:40:23

-The sleeves catch the eye.

0:40:230:40:32

-You could wear this top

-with a black skirt.

0:40:320:40:38

-I've also got a necklace for this.

0:40:380:40:44

-The necklace is very modern.

0:40:440:40:53

-It's metallic and full of stars.

0:40:530:40:59

-This doesn't look like a dress.

0:40:590:41:09

-This outfit is all about the top

-and the sleeves.

0:41:090:41:13

-You can change between parties!

0:41:130:41:17

-That's all for today but

-we're back again tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:170:41:22

-Tomorrow, Gwion tells us how

-to bag a bargain on Black Friday.

0:41:220:41:26

-Alison Huw looks at cookery books.

0:41:260:41:28

-There's also pre-Christmas diets.

0:41:280:41:31

-Iolo ac Indiaid America

-follows the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:320:41:37

-Until tomorrow, enjoy your day and

-a very good afternoon to you all.

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Byddwn yn agor drysau'r cwpwrdd dillad gyda Huw Rees, a bydd Dr Llinos yn trafod unigrwydd. Huw Rees opens the wardrobe doors and Dr Llinos discusses loneliness.


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