Tue, 23 Feb 2016 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 23 Feb 2016

Dr Llinos fydd yn cynnig cyngor i famau newydd a'r ffermwr a'r cyfieithydd Hefin Jones fydd yma i drafod y creiriau hynny sy'n bwysig iddo. Dr Llinos offers tips for new mums.


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-It's Social Media Week.

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-Sian, do you use social media?

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-Sian, do you use social media?

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-No, I prefer speaking on the phone.

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-We celebrate this event

-by taking a look at Twitter.

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-Also on the programme...

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-..The Welsh Place-Name Society

-is going from strength to strength.

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-Ifor Williams will be here to

-tell us about the next conference.

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-St David's Day is almost upon us.

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-Kevin has floral arrangement ideas

-for us, that include daffodils.

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-Alun will be discussing the latest

-headlines from magazine articles.

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-London Fashion Week

-has come to an end.

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-Huw Rees has all the gossip for us.

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-Today, we're concentrating on

-young, fresh and exciting designers.

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-I'll be joined by designer,

-Adam Marc and stylist, Elin Mai.

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-The farmer and translator

-from Llanarthney...

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-..Hefin Jones will be discussing

-his most prized possessions.

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-We've got all this and more

-during the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We continue with our baby series

-with Dr Llinos.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, you're going to concentrate

-on the most common illnesses.

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-Today, I'm looking at illnesses

-most likely to affect babies.

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-Having a baby is an exciting time.

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-However, it can be a nervous time.

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-On paper, they don't seem bad, but

-after sleepless nights, it can be.

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-Having a new baby

-will change your world.

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-You need to be wary

-of what to expect.

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-There are common illnesses

-including jaundice.

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-Jaundice is common in young babies.

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-The eyes and skin

-will have a yellow tinge.

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-It's most dangerous within the first

-two weeks of a baby's life.

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-The skin will appear

-a little yellow.

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-Jaundice will disappear

-after a while.

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-It's caused by a chemical

-in the baby's body.

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-Babies have more red blood cells.

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-As they are destroyed,

-the chemical is raised.

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-This is what causes the jaundice.

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-Perhaps your midwife will advise you

-to feed your baby more often.

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-Colic is another illness.

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-Colic is another illness that will

-keep parents and babies awake.

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-Babies who are healthy but

-cry uncontrollably for hours...

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-..can be classed as having colic.

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-It can be difficult to settle a baby

-with colic.

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-We don't know what causes colic.

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-There could be stomach pains,

-but we're not sure.

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-What can parents do to help?

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-There isn't much you can do

-to help your child.

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-However, the symptoms will improve

-with time.

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-This isn't any comfort to those

-who are experiencing colic now.

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-Every baby is different and

-treatments aren't always effective.

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-Babies with colic may enjoy movement

-in a cot or a car.

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-Background noises like the washing

-machine can sometimes help.

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-You can have CDs

-with background noises.

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-My first child,

-Miriam enjoyed the CDs.

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-Reflux affects almost

-half of babies.

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-The oesophagus hasn't developed

-properly in babies.

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-This is what causes the reflux.

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-This may cause babies to cry after

-being put down after feeding.

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-These symptoms clear quickly.

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-If you're unsure of anything,

-ask your GP.

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-Thank you, Dr Llinos.

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-This week, the whole world will

-be concentrating on social media.

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-Rhodri loves using social media.

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-It's like a public text.

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-With Twitter, you're limited

-to 140 characters.

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-Next month, Twitter celebrates

-its tenth birthday.

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-Our cameras went to visit

-some of those who love to tweet.

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-Twitter is like the Urdd stage

-after the preliminary rounds...

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-..so it's total chaos.

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-It's a stage for people

-to rant or share your news.

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-It's also a great place

-to unite various communities.

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-You could have seen someone fall

-so you can write a tweet about it.

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-Twitter has totally changed my life.

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-Before Twitter, I'd only be

-in the toilet for five minutes.

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-These days,

-I'm there for 30 minutes!

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-I feel that this is just like being

-on the Eisteddfod Maes.

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-Today, I know what people

-have done all year...

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-..so I don't need to ask about their

-plans or if they have children.

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-It's an important source

-for being nosey!

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-The danger with Twitter is that your

-tweets are meaningless.

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-If you have to tweet, don't do it!

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-You should only tweet

-when you want to do it.

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-I retweet as opposed

-to making personal tweets.

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-I'd tell people not to take it

-to heart or too seriously.

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-If Twitter was a poem then it would

-be Hon by T H Parry-Williams.

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-"I cannot escape her!"

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-You can contact us on our Facebook

-or Twitter pages at any time.

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-We love hearing from you.

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-After the break...

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-..we'll be chatting to Ifor Williams

-of the Welsh Place-Name Society...

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-..about their latest project to name

-the parish fields of Aberdaron.

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-Do you feel creative?

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-Kevin has floral arrangement ideas

-for St David's Day and Mother's Day.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-In Wales, we're blessed with

-the best language in the world.

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-We have great terms

-and some wonderful place-names.

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-The Welsh Place-Name Society

-need your help...

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-..to record names of parish fields

-in Aberdaron, Lleyn Peninsula.

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-Member of the society, Ifor Williams

-is here to tell us more.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us a bit about the society.

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-The society was formed

-after a project.

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-We organised a committee in 2010.

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-Our aim was to establish

-a place name society.

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-Since then,

-the society has developed.

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-There was a new conference recently.

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-We spoke about the field names

-in the Aberdaron area.

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-We would like to learn more about

-these missing names.

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-What type of response

-have you received?

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-We've had a fantastic response

-to our appeal.

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-We've spoken to locals

-about their own area.

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-They had a wealth of knowledge.

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-Do you have any favourites?

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-We heard from Emlyn Jones.

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-He knew of a field that was named

-after a place for cats.

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-Ty Marjorie in Rhiw is a field

-in the shape of a house.

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-There's a farm nearby called

-Penarfynydd.

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-There are stones on the cliff

-near the field.

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-They are not to be removed

-or the farm will come to harm.

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-There are folk stories

-behind many of the names.

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-They are also passed down

-the generations.

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-It's vital that we safeguard the

-future of these place names.

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-They are often descriptive names.

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-You must have found multi names

-for some of the locations.

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-There are three names

-for a field near my home.

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-We will record all the names rather

-than choose one.

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-We've established a database online.

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-We've been allowed to use a map

-and there's a database attached.

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-People will be able

-to search the map...

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-..and database

-when it's published.

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-The names of places are often

-important to the local area.

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-Everyone in Wales will be familiar

-with certain place names.

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-It's such an interesting subject.

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-There are several ways

-to look at a place name.

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-You can look at how the words have

-developed over the years.

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-You want people to contact you.

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-If you would like to get

-in touch with us...

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-..the details are on the screen.

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-We have an email address

-and a Facebook page.

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-You can join the society and

-help us carry on with our work.

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-We host several events.

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-There's another event in Aberdaron

-to make note of the field names.

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-We'll be at the History Place

-at the National Eisteddfod.

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-We also have an annual meeting

-in Clwyd.

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-Thank you, Ifor.

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-We have a quick

-announcement for you.

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-Ysgol y Preseli school presents

-Swyn y Gan or The Sound of Music...

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-..from tonight until Friday

-at Theatr y Gromlech from 7.00pm.

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-Tickets cost 8 for adults

-or 5 for children and pensioners.

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-Tickets are available

-from the school office.

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-St David's Day and Mother's Day

-are just around the corner.

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-Therefore, Kevin has joined us

-with some floral arrangement ideas.

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-Welcome to the programme, Kevin.

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-Thank you.

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-You have some great arrangements.

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-We have lots of colour to reflect

-the sunshine outside.

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-Next week, we'll mark St David's Day

-on March 1.

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-I believe that we have the best

-national flower.

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-There's nothing better

-than a daffodil.

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-The yellow colour lifts our spirits

-at this time of the year.

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-In the distance, I have two pots

-with daffodils in them.

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-Daffodils are natural flowers that

-grow in the wild.

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-The natural clay pots look great

-with the natural flowers.

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-They have been placed

-low down in the pots.

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-You can really smell the daffodils.

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-Daffodils are reasonably priced

-so you can use large bunches.

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-A bunch only costs around 1.

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-They're often sold on shelves

-without water.

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-They will last longer.

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-You should chop the bottom of the

-stems when you take them home.

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-Place them in water and

-they will open afterwards.

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-How many of them are grown in Wales?

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-Lots of daffodils

-are grown in Wales...

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-..especially in Pembrokeshire.

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-There are over 3,000 varieties

-of daffodils.

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-We have seven varieties here today.

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-The jug at the front show

-the smaller daffodils...

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-..that are often grown in tubs.

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-What happens to the leaves?

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-You don't get daffodils

-with leaves any more.

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-The leaves are left behind

-to feed the bulbs.

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-If you cut everything,

-the bulb won't be of any use.

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-You need the leaves to feed the

-growth for next year.

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-We also have some yellow daffodils.

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-You shouldn't face them all in the

-same direction.

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-The back of a daffodil

-is just as beautiful.

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-Mother's Day is upon us too.

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-It's early this year

-as Easter is early.

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-You can buy bouquets that are ready

-made for Mother's Day.

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-They can be placed in a jug.

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-It looks so much nicer when

-displayed in a jug.

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-If you're thinking of buying a bunch

-of flowers...

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-..look inside the bouquet.

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-The flowers will look great on the

-outside but not the leaves.

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-These leaves are all very fresh.

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-When you display the flowers,

-cut the stems first.

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-Place your bouquets in a jug or vase

-with a few sticks.

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-The sticks will hold

-the flowers upright.

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-You shouldn't cut the stems

-the same lengths.

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-You need variety.

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-If you're thinking of using

-daffodils for St David's Day...

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-..place them in water before the big

-day to ensure they open.

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-A bunch is a bargain for 1!

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Huw Rees awaits us

-at London Fashion Week.

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-Hefin Jones tells us why this book,

-embroidered item and photograph...

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-..are prized possessions to him.

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-Make sure you keep watching.

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-Next, we take a look at the

-magazines with Alun Williams.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Where do we begin?

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-The first article is about Osian

-Roberts and can be found in Golwg.

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-This referendum and football

-are going to be difficult...

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-..to ignore

-over the next few months.

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-We've made it

-to the Euro 2016 finals.

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-Osian Roberts is from Anglesey.

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-He's responsible for a lot

-of the work behind the scenes.

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-He wants a new centre in Newport

-for football.

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-Some of the former players...

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-..want to come to Wales

-to train with Osian Roberts.

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-A similar centre in England

-cost 150 million.

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-However, these former players

-want to come to Wales...

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-..and they don't want to go

-to the one in England.

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-The next article is from GQ

-and surrounds David Beckham.

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-I wouldn't say I'm a big fan

-of David Beckham.

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-After reading this, you realize

-he's more than just a footballer.

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-His family are worth more

-than the Queen.

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-When I was young, people

-would use wax and moisturiser...

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-..because of David Beckham.

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-I never wore a sarong like him!

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-Everyone laughed at him,

-but he made it cool.

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-He's also thinking about starting

-a football team in LA.

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-He's accomplished so many things...

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-..in the fashion and football world.

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-He seems like a nice man.

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-He has four children.

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-People think that footballers

-are stupid, but he isn't.

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-The final article is from Barn.

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-When people think of wine,

-they think of foreign vineyards.

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-However,

-we have a vineyard in Wales.

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-The owner has been busy

-for over five years.

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-He's going to release

-a new bottle of wine.

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-It will be released

-on St David's Day.

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-He's timed it perfectly.

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-Thank you, Alun.

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-London Fashion Week

-has come to an end.

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-It's the perfect shop window for the

-industry and the latest collections.

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-Huw Rees was there on our behalf.

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-Welcome to London Fashion Week.

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-As you can see, we are in darkness

-and it's fairly quiet here.

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-Elin, tell us why.

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-We're here ahead of time

-for a special fashion show.

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-Thanks to Huw, we've been invited

-to the Fashion Scout show.

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-The show doesn't take place at the

-heart of the Fashion Week district.

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-This location isn't as famous

-but it's just as fantastic.

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-The Freemasons' Hall has been home

-to Fashion Scout for many years.

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-This is where we can spot

-lots of new talent.

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-This is where you'll find

-emerging talents...

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-..who cant afford

-to put on their own shows.

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-There might not be a crowd but

-it's a chance to exhibit their work.

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-The designers here today...

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-..might be the ones on the

-main catwalks in years to come.

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-If a good collection on the catwalk

-is spotted by a buyer...

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-..perhaps the designer

-will be a star of the future.

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-Elin, this was a popular show

-and the venue was jam-packed.

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-We were sat on the front row

-but it was very warm at the venue.

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-It's the first show of the day and

-lots of celebs are in attendance.

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-It was a great collection with some

-great pieces and interesting shapes.

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-There were certain garments

-that I could style on my customers.

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-Perhaps some of the pieces

-were a little "out there"...

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-..but on the whole, it was

-a great show to start the day.

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-I'm a fan of Scout's fashion.

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-It's a chance for new designers

-to showcase their work...

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-..which is often more interesting

-than the work of bigger brands.

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-The fashion week takes place

-every six months...

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-..and we see the same designers

-with their generic collections.

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-The same old celebrities

-also appear on the front rows.

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-Therefore, it's important

-that we have this sort of show...

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-..as it gives new designers

-a chance to showcase new ideas.

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-The ideas that appear here

-are different to the main shows.

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-There's a different feel and plenty

-of fresh and interesting ideas.

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-This collection

-belongs to your friend.

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-It's by David Ferreira who studied

-at the same university as me.

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-He was awarded the Vauxhall

-Fashion Scout Merit Award...

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-..which gave him this opportunity

-to exhibit his garments.

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-He's originally from Portugal.

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-His collection is full of colour

-and interesting shapes.

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-Tom Ford and Burberry

-have claimed...

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-..that they will no longer showcase

-their new collections bi-annually.

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-They believe that bringing out a

-collection six months in advance...

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-..is no longer effective in a world

-where Instagram is so popular.

0:32:000:32:04

-These designers will now bring out

-garments that will be available...

0:32:040:32:08

-..in a matter of weeks,

-rather than six months.

0:32:080:32:12

-Photographs of these new collections

-will be all over the Internet...

0:32:120:32:16

-..and manufacturers

-in China and India...

0:32:170:32:20

-..are already making

-versions of the clothes.

0:32:210:32:24

-If they wait six months

-before launching a collection...

0:32:250:32:28

-..the style will already

-be out of fashion.

0:32:290:32:33

-Elin, we've seen an interesting

-and artfully designed collection.

0:32:420:32:46

-Apu Jan's collection could be

-easily recommended to my customers.

0:32:460:32:52

-There were garments to suit

-all body shapes and tastes.

0:32:530:32:57

-We saw lots of craft work

-including print and wool work.

0:32:580:33:05

-I also loved the styling of these

-garments - everything was perfect.

0:33:050:33:13

-Prynhawn Da viewers

-have been given a glimpse...

0:33:140:33:18

-..of one of London Fashion Week's

-most popular shows.

0:33:190:33:24

-Now we know what we'll be wearing

-in spring.

0:33:350:33:40

-What delights do you have for us?

0:33:400:33:44

-Conductor, Trystan Lewis

-will be in the studio.

0:33:440:33:47

-I'll congratulate him

-on a successful 20 years...

0:33:480:33:52

-..as the musical director

-of Maelgwn Male Voice Choir.

0:33:520:33:57

-He's arranged a concert for Sunday.

0:34:000:34:03

-Rhodri Davies visits a photography

-museum at the Millennium Centre.

0:34:030:34:07

-Have you ever heard of the Sammies?

0:34:070:34:10

-These awards celebrate

-the best sandwiches in Britain.

0:34:100:34:16

-The awards are open to anyone

-who wishes to enter.

0:34:160:34:27

-Owain recently returned

-to Porthmadog...

0:34:270:34:29

-..to learn more about those who

-shaped Eifionydd and Meirionnydd...

0:34:300:34:33

-..including William Madoc.

0:34:330:34:42

-I look forward to hearing

-about the Sammies.

0:34:420:34:48

-I might enter!

0:34:480:34:49

-Thank you, Llinos.

0:34:490:34:51

-After the break, Hefin Jones shares

-his most prized possessions with us.

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-Welcome back.

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-Farmer and translator, Hefin Jones

-has come to the studio...

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-..to share his most

-prized possessions with us.

0:35:110:35:14

-Welcome to the programme.

0:35:140:35:16

-Thank you.

0:35:160:35:19

-Tell us a bit about yourself.

0:35:190:35:23

-I was raised on the family farm

-in Llanarthney.

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-I'm the fourth generation

-to farm at Y Wern.

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-I've had the best of both worlds.

0:35:370:35:42

-Mam is from Meinciau

-and Dad was raised on the farm.

0:35:420:35:57

-Half of the family comes

-from an agricultural background...

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-..and the other side

-came from industry.

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-I'm the fourth generation

-to farm at Y Wern.

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-I'm engaged and we're getting

-married in September.

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-We'll marry in Llanddarog and the

-reception will be in Carreg Cennen.

0:36:380:36:46

-We've attended two weddings there

-and we loved it.

0:36:460:36:51

-Tell us about your first item.

0:36:510:36:54

-I was given this book...

0:36:540:36:59

-..at Sunday school from

-the Moreia Chapel in Meinciau.

0:36:590:37:07

-They were happy times.

0:37:070:37:15

-As children, we would have

-a gift every year.

0:37:150:37:25

-We were given a gift

-for going to chapel.

0:37:250:37:38

-As I grow older, I'm grateful

-for my opportunities in chapel.

0:37:380:37:49

-It was the first place

-that I performed.

0:37:490:37:56

-I was Joseph once in the nativity.

0:37:570:38:03

-Tell us about your second item.

0:38:030:38:10

-This is a tapestry

-that my grandmother made.

0:38:100:38:20

-I was given this after my graduation

-from Swansea University.

0:38:200:38:26

-I was very close to my grandmother.

0:38:260:38:34

-I was very ill as a child

-and she always helped me.

0:38:340:38:49

-My grandmother attends

-an embroidery class.

0:38:500:38:54

-I'm a proud Welshman.

0:38:540:39:09

-My grandmother made it and this

-is an important piece for me.

0:39:130:39:18

-Tell us about the final item.

0:39:180:39:22

-This is a photograph of the Young

-Farmers Public Speaking competition.

0:39:230:39:27

-This photograph is eight years old.

0:39:270:39:37

-This was the last time I competed

-in the public speaking competition.

0:39:380:39:43

-I'm a member of the Llanarthne YFC.

0:39:430:39:52

-I was once a member

-of the Llanddarog YFC.

0:39:520:39:57

-I competed across Wales.

0:39:570:40:12

-When I won, it was my final year

-and the last time I competed.

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-The event took place

-at Theatr Felinfach.

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-The YFC was a major part of my life.

0:40:450:40:51

-I always try and help them

-as much as I can.

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-and I love going to the dinners.

0:41:020:41:13

-The standard that the young people

-manage to reach is very high.

0:41:140:41:19

-Good luck with the wedding.

0:41:190:41:20

-Rhian is doing all of the

-wedding arrangements.

0:41:210:41:24

-Thank you, Hefin.

0:41:240:41:26

-Prynhawn Da

-returns tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:260:41:29

-Ieuan will be here

-to answer your gardening questions.

0:41:290:41:34

-Alison Huw will be discussing

-Welsh foods.

0:41:340:41:38

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Dr Llinos fydd yn cynnig cyngor i famau newydd a'r ffermwr a'r cyfieithydd Hefin Jones fydd yma i drafod y creiriau hynny sy'n bwysig iddo. Dr Llinos offers tips for new mums.


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