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-Hello and welcome to your

-Tuesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-We'll be chatting to Carys Davies

-about the new renting rules shortly.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-There's plenty on today's programme.

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-It's National Breakfast Week...

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-..so I've been finding out about

-the variety of breakfasts available.

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-Our beauty panellists will test

-the aroma and price of bath oils.

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-How many wild birds are there

-in your garden?

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-A big weekend for bird watching

-is on the horizon.

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-Helen Humphries has the best clothes

-to wear during the wet weather.

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-Heledd ap Gwynfor will join us to

-reveal her most prized possessions.

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-Stay with Sian and I

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Since November,

-the renting rules have changed...

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-..under the Rent Smart Wales scheme.

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-Carys Davies,

-who owns a home renting company...

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-..is here to tell us

-all about the changes.

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-Welcome to the programme, Carys.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us about the new rules.

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-There's a new scheme

-from Cardiff Council.

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-Private landlords will be required

-to register with Rent Smart Wales.

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-It came into force last November.

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-Welsh landlords have a year

-to register for this scheme.

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-What difference will this make?

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-It's a scheme for tenants,

-landlords and agents.

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-As agents, we'll go on a course.

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-There will be courses

-all over Wales.

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-It's a one-day course

-with an exam at the end of it.

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-There are different categories.

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-Landlords can appoint a

-licensed agent to manage property.

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-You will have to register

-if you're a private landlord.

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-You will also need a license.

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-It does cost money but you can

-register online or by post.

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-Many people in Wales

-rent their homes.

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-However, the scheme

-is protecting tenants.

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-The aim of this scheme

-is to safeguard tenants.

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-If you're a tenant,

-you can visit the website...

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-..and find out who's licensed and

-registered on the website.

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-You'll have peace of mind that your

-house is suitable to be rented.

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-This is some sort of accreditation.

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-Do you have to guarantee that the

-details are up to date?

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-If you add to your portfolio,

-they're expected...

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-..to update the details

-on the website.

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-The license will have to be renewed

-every five years.

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-There will be many changes

-over the next few years.

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-This will ensure that standards

-remain high.

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-This will be quite expensive

-for agents like myself.

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-However, it's a positive step ahead.

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-We'll be displaying the Rent Smart

-Wales logo on our windows.

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-It will cost us around 4,000.

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-However, it will be cheaper

-for private landlords.

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-You don't have to take part in the

-scheme at the moment.

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-At the moment,

-this scheme isn't mandatory.

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-However,

-they suggest that you do sign up.

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-Tenants will question

-why you haven't registered.

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-Some landlords will think that their

-house is fine and fit for purpose.

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-However, it might take longer

-to rent your house.

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-You also have to sit an exam.

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-I'm worried about the exam

-after the course...

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-..as I haven't done an exam

-for 20 years!

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-Thank you, Carys.

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-Good luck with the exam!

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-There has always been

-a strong connection...

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-..with eating breakfast

-and doing well.

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-It's Breakfast Week and Daf Wyn has

-been to sample three of the best.

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-It's said that breakfast is the

-most important meal of the day.

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-To be honest, I'm not

-the biggest fan of breakfast.

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-However, I've made an effort

-during Breakfast Week.

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-I'm visiting three places that serve

-completely different breakfasts.

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-I'm starting at the four-star

-Stradey Park Hotel in Llanelli.

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-Sylvia, what sort of experience

-does the hotel offer its guests?

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-The guests love to eat

-fresh produce at breakfast.

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-There's fresh fruit

-and fresh bacon and eggs.

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-You can be very posh

-and choose fresh salmon too.

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-Everything on this table

-has been sourced locally.

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-Do you eat like this every morning?

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-Do you eat like this every morning?

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-No, not every morning.

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-I normally opt for cornflakes!

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-The breakfast looks delicious

-so let's tuck in.

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-Do you mind if I have your plate?

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-I'll be a gentleman

-and let you have it.

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-Thank you very much.

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-You can have the full breakfast

-and I'll have fruit.

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-What a great start

-- a bowl of healthy fruit!

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-I'm sure that the breakfast at the

-next location won't be as healthy.

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-In Glanamman, Helen Williams runs

-a famous burger van, Pethau Poeth.

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-Good morning, Helen.

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-Good morning, Helen.

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-Good morning.

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-What can I have for breakfast?

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-Our best seller

-is the breakfast bap.

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-It contains bacon, a sausage

-and egg and it's very tasty.

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-I'll take one of them, please.

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-Would you like a small or large bap?

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-I'll go for a small one...

-No, I'll have a large!

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-Seven years ago, I'd had enough

-of working for other people.

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-I needed a job that fitted around

-my young family and the school run.

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-Therefore,

-I decided to open this van.

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-What's your favourite thing

-from the menu?

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-I'll eat anything.

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-I always have a double cheeseburger.

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-Does Helen make

-the best breakfast in the world?

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-Yes, that's why I always come back.

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-Helen's food also attracts

-a few famous faces.

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-Shane, how often do you eat

-from Helen's van?

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-I come here quite often as our

-business is situated next door.

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-I always order a coffee,

-wrap of breakfast.

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-What do you normally have

-for breakfast?

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-I'm currently training for the

-Ironman so I'm eating healthily.

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-I'll have porridge

-or toast with a poached egg.

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-Sometimes, I do treat myself

-to a chicken wrap from Helen's van.

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-Does she make

-the best chicken wrap?

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-Yes, it's the world's best

-chicken wrap.

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-Thank you very much.

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-I ended my breakfast journey

-at Caffi Rhiannon in Cross Hands.

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-Rhiannon, you're famous

-for your cooked breakfast.

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-Tell me about your breakfast.

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-We offer a small

-or large breakfast...

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-..poached or scrambled eggs

-and cereals so a bit of everything.

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-The cafe was jam-packed...

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-..so I asked the customers what

-they normally have for breakfast.

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-When I'm home,

-I always have Shreddies.

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-When I come here,

-I prefer to order a fry up.

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-I have Cheerios at home but opt

-for a fry up when I come here.

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-What do you enjoy

-having for breakfast at home?

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-I only have cornflakes

-or Shredded Wheat.

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-I like bacon, eggs, beans and toast.

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-How often do you eat that?

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-How often do you eat that?

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-I only have it every Friday.

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-Despite retiring, breakfast

-sets me up for the day ahead.

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-I won't need anything else to eat

-until the six o'clock news.

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-Is breakfast

-an important part of your day?

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-Yes, you must eat in the morning

-to fill your belly.

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-I've certainly celebrated

-Breakfast Week in style.

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-For someone who doesn't normally

-enjoy breakfast...

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-..I've done quite well

-by eating three breakfasts!

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-I'm going to tuck into

-my third plate...

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-..that will fill me up

-until next year!

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-Welcome back.

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-After a long day on your feet,

-there's nothing better...

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-..than soaking in a warm bath

-full of oil or bubbles.

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-However, it's difficult to choose

-form the variety available.

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-Therefore, we've enlisted the help

-of our beauty panellists.

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-Nest, Sylvia and Elaine,

-welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Sylvia has had a busy day,

-she was eating breakfast earlier.

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-I've had a busy day!

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-I was eating breakfast

-with Daf this morning.

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-Do you usually use bath oil?

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-I've used this bath oil before.

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-I'm used to this product.

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-However, I haven't purchased it

-recently as it's quite expensive.

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-Do you usually use bath oil?

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-I like to use bath oil and

-I really enjoyed this one.

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-I always put something in the bath.

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-Tell us about the E45 product.

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-I've been using

-the E45 bath product.

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-My mother always

-used to use this one.

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-The doctor advised her

-to use this due to her eczema.

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-I'm used to the product

-but I had never used it myself.

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-I normally take showers

-and not baths.

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-However, when I do take a bath,

-I like a luxurious experience.

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-There wasn't any bubbles

-with this product.

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-There wasn't any fragrance

-with this either.

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-Did you have a better experience

-with the Dove?

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-I had a wonderful experience

-with this Dove product.

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-There's shea butter

-which improves the skin quality.

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-Did this product bubble?

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-It contains 1/3 moisturiser

-which felt very rich and creamy.

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-Did this product bubble?

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-There were bubbles in the bath.

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-However, it was rather oily.

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-The E45 is an emollient so it's

-great for dry or sensitive skin.

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-When I got out from the bath,

-I could feel the oil on my skin.

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-Sylvia has used this product

-in the past.

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-I've tried this Fenjal product

-in the past.

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-It's a smaller bottle but

-you don't need to use much.

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-There aren't many bubbles

-with this one.

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-It smells wonderful and the aroma

-fills the whole room.

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-We usually think that these products

-will be like bubble bath.

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-The bath oils aren't supposed

-to have many bubbles.

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-I did feel indulged and replenished

-after using this product.

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-You could feel the product

-on your skin afterwards.

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-It was just as good as I remembered

-in the past.

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-Nest has been using

-the Dove bath oil which costs 3.49.

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-Elaine has been testing

-the E45 bath oil which costs 8.19.

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-This would be great for someone

-with sensitive skin.

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-However, it wasn't for me.

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-Nest has been using

-the Dove bath oil which costs 3.49.

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-It's worth every penny.

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-It felt very luxurious.

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-Sylvia has tried the Fenjal bath oil

-which costs 12.49.

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-It's a little expensive

-but it's a treat.

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-Thank you, Ladies.

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-This weekend, the RSPB in Wales

-will bring families together...

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-..to see what's happening

-in the gardens of Welsh homes.

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-We're joined in the studio by the

-RSPB Cymru Communications Officer.

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-Eleri Wyn, welcome to the studio.

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-Thank you.

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-You've made it to the studio,

-despite the wind and rain.

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-Yes, I'm here despite

-the wind and rain.

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-Tell us more about the weekend.

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-This weekend, it's an opportunity

-for people to get together...

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-..and look at the wildlife

-in the garden.

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-The survey is celebrating

-its 37th birthday.

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-Last year, over half a million

-people joined in with the appeal.

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-We want to attract even more

-to get involved, this year.

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-Is there a special time or day?

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-You can participate in this survey

-at any time over the weekend.

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-This is a great thing to do with the

-whole family.

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-This is a great thing to do with the

-whole family.

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-You can sit outside with a cuppa and

-biscuit for an hour.

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-How do we begin?

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-I'd suggest to start

-by visiting our website...

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-..to learn about

-the birdwatch appeal.

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-You will learn about the different

-types of birds.

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-You don't have to be experts

-to get involved.

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-What type of things should

-we keep an eye out for?

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-We won't just be looking at birds.

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-However, we do concentrate on birds.

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-You can look back at the entire year

-and not just this weekend.

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-How do people contact you?

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-We'd love to see your images

-on Facebook and Twitter.

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-There's the #biggardenbirdwatch

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-We're expecting lots of people

-to get involved.

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-The weather has been very mild

-recently.

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-Species have been out and about

-as it's been warmer than usual.

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-What if we don't see anything?

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-It isn't a problem if you don't spot

-any birds during your birdwatch.

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-It will help us with our research.

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-Some people must

-have seen rare birds.

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-Some people have

-spotted rather rare birds.

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-Last year, we saw a drop in some

-species of birds.

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-What would you love for

-someone to see?

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-RSPB would love to see more

-birds in general.

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-I can't pick one species.

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-We want to know what people see in

-their back gardens.

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-We want people to supply a home for

-nature and animals.

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-There are several ways to help

-wildlife.

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-There's plenty of information

-on our website.

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-Sarah Mitchell will also be later.

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-Sarah will be here with

-plenty of advice for you.

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-She'll show us how to make bird

-feeders.

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-Thank you, Eleri.

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-In this country,

-we're used to the wet weather...

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-..and we get plenty of use

-from our rain coats.

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-If you fancy a change, Helen

-will join us after the break...

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-..with a variety of garments that

-are suitable for the wet weather.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Earlier, we mentioned the RSPB

-Big Garden Birdwatch weekend.

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-However, how can we attract

-more birds to our gardens?

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-Sarah Mitchell is RSPB Cymru's

-Youth and Education officer...

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-..and she's here

-to share her advice.

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-Welcome to the studio, Sarah.

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-Thank you.

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-You travel around schools

-with your role.

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-Are children interested in birds?

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-Children are very interested

-in the subject.

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-They may not know much about it

-before I turn up...

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-..but they enjoy bird watching

-after I've left.

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-They love using binoculars.

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-My son received binoculars for

-Christmas so he would love this.

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-Children loves these things

-on the table in front of us.

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-When we go to schools,

-we bird watch with the children...

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-..and then we help to create

-bird feeders with them.

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-You can create an easy bird freeder.

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-This is how they will look

-after we've finished.

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-This is very easy.

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-Cut the chord and put a knot in it.

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-You should keep it away

-from other animals.

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-My cats could enjoy these.

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-Tie a knot in the line.

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-This will hold it up on the tree.

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-The lard can make your skin

-feel great.

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-Take some of the worms

-and place them in the lard.

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-You can purchase these

-in RSPB's shops or pound shops.

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-You will find these in any store

-which sells bird feeders.

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-Create a ball around the string.

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-You could do these outside.

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-Children love doing this.

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-You roll the ball around

-in the dry worms.

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-It's just like putting sprinkles

-on a truffle!

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-I wouldn't like to eat this.

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-This is easy to do with the children

-before bird watching.

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-You can place seeds and nuts

-in a bird feeder like this.

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-If you have apples on the turn...

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-..you can also put these

-in the bird feeders.

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-Can you feed the birds with bread?

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-You can feed birds

-a small amount of bread...

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-..but it can make them feel full

-on an empty stomach.

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-Thank you, Sarah.

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-The boys of Talgarreg certainly

-do their bit to care for birds.

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-Ioan, Llyr and Dion

-of Talgarreg and Bwlchyfadfa...

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-..have been making and selling

-bird boxes for the local people.

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-They sold ten boxes in one day.

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-Congratulations,

-Ioan, Llyr and Dion.

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-Rain, rain and more rain.

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-That's what we expect

-from this country's weather.

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-You can't go far without a raincoat

-in this wet weather.

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-That's exactly what Helen has for us

-in today's fashion slot.

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-Welcome to the studio, Helen.

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-Thank you.

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-You look very summery

-despite the wet weather.

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-I've tried to bring some sunshine

-to your day.

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-You need more than a coat

-on a day like today.

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-You have to be sure

-that your clothes don't get ruined.

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-You should try and invest

-in some good piece.

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-You don't need

-to look plain or ugly.

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-Let's start with this bag.

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-This is a bag you can use everyday.

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-This is from H&M

-and costs under 30.

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-It's made of plastic.

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-You don't want to ruin any leather

-in the rain.

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-Wellies are very fashionable.

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-These wellies are from Asda.

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-They cost 13.

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-Wellies are cold and you

-will need good socks with them.

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-It's fashionable to show the socks

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-I have red wellies.

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-I have silver wellies

-and I look like a space cadet.

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-These gloves

-are from Marks and Spencer.

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-These have the eTip which enable you

-to use them with a mobile phone.

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-Many stores stock

-these types of gloves.

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-This is a great time to buy boots.

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-They're on the sale.

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-These are currently half price.

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-These aren't leather,

-but will continue to keep you warm.

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-The horse riding style

-is still very fashionable.

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-We also have

-a Marks and Spencer bag.

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-This nylon bag

-with a faux leather trim is great.

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-Raincoats keep you dry

-but they aren't very warm.

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-The fleece can be removed

-from this coat.

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-This is from George at Asda.

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-Sometimes, when it rains,

-you're warm...

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-..but need something

-to keep you dry.

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-This next style is classical.

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-These are great for the rain.

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-This blue one is from Marks

-and Spencer and costs 45.

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-This black one is from Asda

-and it costs 25.

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-This is a double breasted coat.

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-Choosing one of these

-will depend on your body shape.

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-Next, we have Ffion.

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-The coat is from Peter Storm

-in Milletts and costs 60.

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-This is a classical style, which you

-can keep in the wardrobe for years.

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-These stylish wellingtons

-are also from Asda.

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-Thank you, Helen.

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-After the break...

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-..Heledd ap Gwynfor will be sharing

-her most prized possessions with us.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-Heledd ap Gwynfor is here to share

-her most prized possessions with us.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You've also brought a special person

-with you and his name is Meredydd.

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-How old is he?

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-He's four and a half months.

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-Tell us a bit about yourself.

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-I live in Carmarthen.

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-I've recently moved

-into the town centre.

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-I work in Tresaith.

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-I own a shop in the area.

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-We sell ice cream.

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-We go further afield

-with my prized possessions.

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-When Rhys and I married,

-we went on honeymoon to Peru.

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-We did a tour.

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-We also spent a few days

-in the Amazon.

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-The guides asked

-what we wanted to see.

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-We all said that we wanted to see

-a jaguar.

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-They said they were very rare.

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-When we packed up to leave, we were

-travelling up the Heath River...

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-..and the captain of the boat

-saw a jaguar.

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-He stopped the boat

-and took us closer to the land.

0:37:590:38:04

-I took a photograph of the jaguar.

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-I had to send the photograph

-to the Nature Reserve of Peru.

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-They put it through the database.

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-However, they couldn't find anything

-about this jaguar.

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-I was allowed to name it.

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-They sent me a certificate.

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-I searched for names

-and I called it Arancaya.

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-I've also travelled to China.

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-I spent two years as a teacher

-in China.

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-Now and again,

-we would travel to Beijing.

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-Only two of us from other countries

-lived in a certain area...

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-..and when we went to Beijing,

-we could speak English to others.

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-The tattoo on my back

-is from my time in Beijing.

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-This is a small tattoo.

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-I wouldn't have a big one.

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-The tattoo is a Chinese dragon

-which says "Cymru" or Wales.

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-This is a permanent souvenir

-of my time in China.

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-Meredydd is my final

-prized possession.

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-He's been good today.

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-He's an incredible baby.

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-He's always like this.

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-Life has changed for me

-since becoming a parent.

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-I love being a parent.

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-I didn't know such a love existed

-before having Meredydd.

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-Will you arrange a trip

-with Meredydd?

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-It would be a lot of work.

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-Thank you, Heledd.

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-Don't forget about tonight's Heno

-at 7.00pm with Mari Grug.

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-She'll be joined by Iola Wyn, the

-head of Carmarthen's Atom Centre.

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-Rhodri Davies visits The Borough

-Welsh Congregational Chapel, London.

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-He hears about a new choir that will

-compete in this year's Eisteddfod.

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-Join us tomorrow for another edition

-of Prynhawn Da at 2.00pm.

0:41:370:41:41

-Pryd o Ser will be on

-after the news and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Huw Fash fydd yn agor drysau'r cwpwrdd ddillad a bydd Heledd ap Gwynfor yn trafod y creiriau hynny sy'n bwysig iddi hi. Heledd ap Gwyndaf talks about three things which are important to her.


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