Tue, 27 Oct 2015 Prynhawn Da


Tue, 27 Oct 2015

Bydd Dr Llinos yma i drafod cancr y fron a bydd Elen yma gyda'i chyngor ar steil. Dr Llinos will be here to discuss breast cancer, and Elen will be here with her advice on style.


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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome

-to Tuesday's Prynhawn Da.

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-We'll be live from Llanelli

-for the next 50 minutes.

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-Here are some of the

-other things to expect today.

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-In a few minutes, we'll discuss

-Breast Cancer Awareness Month...

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-..with Eleri Llywelyn and Dr Llinos.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Elen Van Bodegom has ideas on

-transforming children's bedrooms...

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-..during half term.

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-Llinos continues

-with our new business series...

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-..as she meets the owner

-of the Loveli handbag company.

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-Margaret Jones will discuss

-the latest Samaritans campaign.

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-Ysgol Bro Morgannwg school teacher,

-Nia Wyn Tudor...

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-..will be here to discuss

-her most prized possessions.

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-Stay with us over

-the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-There's still time to enter

-our Christmas Carol Competition.

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-We've already received clips

-from many schools...

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-..but you can still send us

-an entry before the closing date.

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-Here are the details.

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-Can the children

-of your school sing?

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-Do you have a teacher

-who can compose?

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-You could win the 2015

-Christmas Carol Competition trophy.

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-Contact us for more information

-on 01554 880 880.

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-Good luck.

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-October is Breast Cancer

-Awareness Month.

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-The subject is relevant

-to women of all ages.

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-Dr Llinos is with us

-to share some words of advice.

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-We also welcome Eleri Llywelyn

-who has suffered from the condition.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Take us back to the time

-you were diagnosed.

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-I was diagnosed two years ago

-when I was 34.

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-I noticed a difference in my breast

-and went straight to my GP.

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-I had a mammogram in the November

-and returned two weeks later.

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-That's when I heard that I had

-cancer and needed the operation.

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-Before then, I'd never missed a day

-of work and I was very healthy.

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-Eleri discovered the changes

-and went straight to the doctor.

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-It's vital that you visit your

-doctor immediately.

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-We need to raise awareness

-of breast cancer.

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-Women of all ages should get to know

-their bodies.

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-This will allow them to spot any

-changes in the body.

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-What happened after the surgery?

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-After the operation, I had

-time to recover over Christmas.

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-After Christmas, we went over what

-they found during the operation.

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-Following that, I had chemotherapy.

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-I was advised to have eight sessions

-as I was quite a strong person.

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-I had lots of support from

-my husband, Gerallt.

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-My friends also looked after me.

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-I lost my hair during the treatment.

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-How did you feel?

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-I felt fortunate that I didn't have

-too many symptoms.

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-It felt like I had flu

-and I had aches and pains.

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-Treatment is different

-for every individual.

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-The treatment differs from

-person to person...

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-..and so do the side effects.

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-Eleri was quite lucky to avoid

-the very serious side effects.

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-Eleri must look after herself

-and eat well.

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-We must all eat well

-and do plenty of exercise.

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-We also need plenty of sleep

-with the chemotherapy.

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-You enjoyed walking.

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-I enjoyed walking

-after my treatment.

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-I walked by the seaside

-to get some fresh air.

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-I worried about losing my long hair

-after the chemotherapy.

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-I cut my hair shorter

-to make it less obvious.

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-My friend, Beth shaved her head

-to raise money for cancer research.

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-I went through so many changes

-in a short space of time.

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-I tried to stay positive.

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-Is there enough emotional support

-available for people?

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-There's plenty of medical support

-but not enough emotional back-up.

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-Eleri was lucky to have a supportive

-network of family and friends.

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-You should share your worries

-with your loved ones.

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-There are days when you will feel

-lonely and upset.

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-If you have a good network

-of friends, it's much easier.

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-You look great, Eleri.

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-How do you feel?

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-I'm feeling quite good now.

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-I've returned to work part-time.

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-I got married in April.

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-It was a quiet wedding with only

-nine people.

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-We travelled to Australia

-before the wedding.

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-We were there for a month.

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-Life is getting back to normal

-but I'm still having check-ups.

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-Thank you, Eleri.

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-You should go to the doctor

-if you find any changes.

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-The important message is to visit

-a GP if you think something's wrong.

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-If you notice any change,

-go to see your doctor.

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-We have to discuss the headlines

-in the papers.

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-There's been lots of talk about

-foods that can cause cancers.

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-There's been some interesting

-research work done on this.

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-It suggests that processed red meats

-can cause bowel cancer.

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-We should put things into

-perspective.

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-You don't need to stop eating

-red meat...

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-..but we may need to look again

-at our diets.

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-Thank you, Dr Llinos.

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-After the break, we welcome our

-interiors expert, Elen Van Bodegom.

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-Today, she's concentrating on

-children's bedrooms.

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-Llinos also has something lovely

-for us.

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-I'll meet Sarah Harrison

-who's responsible for designing...

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-..these Loveli bags.

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-Welcome back.

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-It's half term so we're looking

-at children's bedrooms today.

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-We're joined in the studio

-by Elen Van Bodegom.

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-Welcome, Elen.

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-Thank you.

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-We've been thinking about new

-bedroom designs for our son's room.

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-Therefore, you've joined us

-at the perfect time.

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-I'm enjoying my half term.

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-It's great to have some time off.

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-When children get older, we need

-to change their rooms around.

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-However, stick to neutral characters

-rather than cartoon characters.

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-There's always a new film or cartoon

-character to keep up with.

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-I've used light blue and yellow

-in this first look.

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-The bedding costs 30

-from Laura Ashley.

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-I've added some yellow accessories

-to match the bedspread.

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-There's a special wipeable paint

-that's ideal for children.

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-It's great if they enjoy

-drawing on walls.

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-My son likes to place stickers

-on the wall.

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-There are special stickers

-for the wall.

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-These are easy to remove.

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-There's a robot design here.

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-You can track your height

-with these stickers.

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-They can be easily removed.

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-They can write on these stickers.

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-There's a rug too.

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-There's a mixture of colours

-in this neutral rug.

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-This will be suitable

-for many years.

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-It's a great rug for a playroom too

-as it won't show up dirt.

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-It's important to have somewhere

-to sit.

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-We have a bean bag here.

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-It has an animal theme.

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-There's another beanbag which

-is more like a large cushion.

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-This one is from Dunelm.

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-The other one costs 79.99.

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-It will last for years.

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-Next, we have a pop-up tent

-to place indoors.

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-It's the perfect place to hide toys

-or play hide and seek.

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-It can be stored in a neat bag.

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-This one only costs 6.99.

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-It's very reasonably priced.

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-There's so much wallpaper

-on the high street.

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-You should opt for fairies or stars.

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-This dinosaur one is suitable

-for a boy's room.

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-There are lots of colours in them

-to match various accessories.

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-These colours are quite neutral

-and not too colourful.

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-Don't cover every wall

-in this wallpaper.

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-You should create a feature wall.

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-Storage can be an issue

-in a child's room.

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-However, you could store things

-on the walls with pegs.

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-There's a plane with pegs

-which costs 19.99.

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-This is great.

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-There's only one peg on this

-dinosaur plaque.

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-There's a red shelf to serve

-as a storage unit.

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-It will be able to hold so much

-and only costs 79.99.

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-At the bottom of the shelf,

-we can see some special lights.

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-These ones light up.

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-They're dinosaur lights.

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-They change colour and are great

-night lights.

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-I'll buy you a set for Christmas,

-Sian!

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-We really like these ones

-and they only cost 20.

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-There's a robot bedspread too.

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-There are plenty of ideas.

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-Thank you, Elen.

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-We've been sending our reporters

-to meet new business people...

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-..as part of our new

-Prynhawn Da series.

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-Llinos was in heaven as she met the

-owner of the Loveli handbag company.

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-When the Prynhawn Da crew asked me

-to meet a handbag designer...

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-..I jumped at the chance.

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-There's an interesting story

-about how these bags came to Wales.

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-I trained in London at the Guild

-Hall School of Music and Drama.

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-I studied Stage Management

-and Technical Theatre.

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-After graduating, I worked as

-a costume designer at Theatr Clwyd.

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-I now live in Cardiff.

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-Why did you decide to start

-a business making handbags?

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-Last year, I fell off a camel in

-Dubai and couldn't return to work.

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-Therefore, I started making bags

-as a sideline project...

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-..and I received lots of orders.

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-Sarah is originally from Warrington.

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-She now makes all sorts of bags

-from a studio at her home.

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-I wanted the bags to be simple

-and to appeal to people of all ages.

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-I started making totes

-and progressed from there.

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-Every bag is made by hand

-so they're all unique.

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-It's also possible to commission

-a special handbag from Sarah.

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-My customers can design

-their own bags.

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-They can choose the colours

-of the handbag lining.

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-You're from the North of England

-but you have a bilingual company.

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-I'm learning to speak Welsh as

-I hear the language all around me.

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-It's also good for business.

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-How is your business going, so far?

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-I've been selling my bags

-for six months.

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-They're available from shops

-all over Wales.

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-A stockist of the Loveli bags

-is Kiti in Pontcanna in Cardiff.

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-I'm proud to sell the Loveli bags

-and we've had a fantastic response.

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-They're suitable

-for people of all ages.

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-Young girls love the bright colours

-and she also has muted colours.

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-She makes three different styles.

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-There's a tote shoulder bag,

-a clutch and small purse.

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-They're all very popular.

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-I'm glad that I can support a

-young woman who's just starting out.

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-What's next for the company?

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-In the future, I hope to grow my

-business and introduce new designs.

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-The business and her Welsh language

-classes are keeping Sarah busy.

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-An increasing number of Welsh shops

-have asked to stock her bags...

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-..so the future of her business

-promises to be "Loveli."

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-There's still plenty to come

-so join us in a few minutes.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-Still to come

-on today's programme...

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-..we delve into the archive

-to take a look at honey.

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-We also hear about the prized

-possessions of Nia Wyn Tudor...

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-..the drama and media teacher

-at Ysgol Bro Morgannwg school.

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-The Samaritans are about to

-launch a project in the Valleys...

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-..following research that shows

-the rise in men that commit suicide.

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-Samaritans volunteer, Margaret Jones

-is here to tell us more.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-The figures are frightening.

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-The figures increase every year.

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-The Samaritans have been working

-on this for 60 years.

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-I hoped that it would have

-improved by now.

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-These figures are based on males.

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-The roles of men have changed.

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-Men feel lonely and that they

-don't have any respect.

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-Every life is important.

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-We want these men to talk to us

-at the Samaritans.

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-We always say it's easier to talk

-to us before they feel...

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-..that they're drowning.

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-Of the 393 Welsh suicides in 2013,

-317 involved men.

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-We have nine centres across Wales.

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-We feel that we should work

-with every community.

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-This time, we're going to be

-targeting the Valleys.

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-We launched the campaign in Merthyr.

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-Men don't like to talk about

-their troubles.

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-There is a way to get support

-without having to talk.

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-You can email or text us.

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-Email is a very successful way

-of contacting us these days.

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-If we go out to the community...

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-..and go to the men themselves,

-they might be happier to talk to us.

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-The areas where men would

-traditionally met have now gone.

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-The places men used to meet

-for social time...

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-..are starting to disappear.

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-We've had a fantastic welcome

-in the Valleys so far.

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-This is the most successful

-Samaritans campaign.

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-You can contact the Samaritans

-by calling 116 123.

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-The number is free and

-will not show up on a phone bill.

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-We've been able to raise money

-to make sure people can contact us.

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-How long have you been

-a volunteer?

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-I've been a volunteer

-for over 10 years.

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-I remember when the organization

-was established.

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-This is one of the best things

-I've ever done.

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-What does your role involve?

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-We have to do one shift every week.

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-We also have to do one

-late night shift every month.

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-People don't have to be volunteers

-that listen.

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-We're searching for volunteers

-to drive a bus...

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-..and to help with technology.

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-We want volunteers who speak Welsh.

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-We want to be a bilingual service

-across Wales.

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-We will be happy for any help.

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-Thank you, Margaret.

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-Recently, we've been celebrating

-Heno's 25th birthday...

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-..by showing items from the archive.

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-Today, honey is under the spotlight.

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-Honey is tasty, healthy

-and completely natural.

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-Two friends who make honey and keep

-bees in the traditional method...

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-..are Granville Davies

-and Reverend Geraint Morse.

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-I've kept bees since my teens

-so it's been over 50 years.

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-I still find them interesting

-and enjoy being around them.

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-They teach me something new

-all the time.

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-A deacon from my chapel

-in Carmarthen gave me a gift.

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-The gift was a swarm of bees!

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-I could either keep the bees myself

-or he would look after them.

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-I spoke to the wife and we thought

-our friend should keep the bees!

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-Granville has eleven hives

-at his home in Llangynnin...

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-..and there are thousands of bees

-working busily.

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-I'm aptly dressed to meet them

-in my gloves, hat and suit.

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-I hope they don't bite!

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-Let's remove the lid

-and take a look inside.

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-We need some smoke.

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-This is where they make the honey.

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-We can remove the lid

-and look inside.

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-Do you need smoke here?

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-Yes, a little.

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-Let's take a look at the honey.

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-The queen is the biggest bee

-and she controls everything.

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-She's longer than the other bees

-and lives for about five years.

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-She lays eggs

-and keeps control of the hive.

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-She lays around 1,000 eggs a day.

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-At this time of the year,

-bees live for about 40 days...

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-..so you'll find 40,000 bees

-in the hive at one time.

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-British honey is under threat

-as a plague is attacking our bees.

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-The work to solve

-the problem continues.

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-It's been around for a few years

-and it's unavoidable.

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-You can place plastic strips

-in the nest for about six weeks.

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-This doesn't affect the honey.

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-The bees walk across the strips

-and absorb it into their bodies.

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-This mite is killed.

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-The produce is as popular as ever,

-in more ways than one...

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-..as Nerys Howell explains.

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-There are a number of benefits

-to honey.

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-It can treat sore throats, allergies

-and can be applied to burns.

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-Sufferers of hayfever

-should eat local honey...

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-..in the months

-that lead up to the season.

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-It's also great in cakes,

-biscuits and ice cream.

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-You can also add it

-to dressings for Welsh lamb.

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-There's nothing better than honey

-on a piece of warm toast.

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-It's also the favourite dish

-of Winnie the Pooh!

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-I love honey on toast.

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-After the break, Nia Wyn Tudor will

-share her most prized possessions.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

0:32:040:32:06

-Mari from the Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-What delights do you have

-for us on tonight's Heno?

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-Join me for another edition

-of Heno at 7.00pm.

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-We'll also meet the young actor,

-Jacob Ifan...

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-..who's a star of the new

-drama series on BBC1, Cuffs.

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-Jacob is from Aberystwyth.

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-He's starting at the top.

0:32:300:32:37

-Have you heard of the flashmob...

0:32:380:32:47

-..which took place in Times Square

-in New York last night?

0:32:480:32:57

-Many schools from Wales were there

-to sing the anthem.

0:32:580:33:04

-We hear about a choir from Russia

-who will be visiting Llanfechell.

0:33:040:33:09

-My studio guest will be

-the performer, Eddie Ladd.

0:33:100:33:19

-Galeri, Caernarfon and

-Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru...

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-..are working on a new project.

0:33:250:33:27

-Thanks to everyone who's sent in

-their autumn photographs.

0:33:270:33:30

-If you haven't sent your images,

-here are the details.

0:33:300:33:33

-It's a new season so it's time for

-our new photography competition.

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-We'd like to see the autumn

-through your eyes.

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-Don't worry if you don't have

-a professional camera.

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-We welcome photographs from mobile

-phones, tablets or film cameras.

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-The winner gets

-an iPad or television.

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-You have until midday

-on 20 November to enter.

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-Post any entries to Heno, Tinopolis,

-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.

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-You can email your entries

-to [email protected]

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-You can also get in touch via

-Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

0:34:100:34:13

-Good luck to you.

0:34:130:34:17

-It's half term so we've managed

-to get a teacher into the studio.

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-Today, Nia Wyn Tudor is here to

-discuss her treasured possessions.

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-Welcome to the studio.

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-Thank you.

0:34:300:34:38

-Are you enjoying your holidays?

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-I'm enjoying the half term.

0:34:420:34:46

-You're currently a teacher

-at Ysgol Bro Morgannwg school.

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-I'm a drama and media teacher at

-Ysgol Bro Morgannwg school, Barry.

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-Last week, I was appointed as drama

-and media curriculum leader...

0:34:540:34:57

-..at Ysgol Gyfun Garth Olwg school.

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-I start my new role in January.

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-Are you looking forward

-to the challenge?

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-It will be a challenge,

-but I look forward to it.

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-Tell us more about the first item.

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-This plate was given to me...

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-..for the best under 25 actor

-at Pontrhydfendigaid in 2002.

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-I won the prize at the age of 12.

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-At the time, I was in my first year

-at Ysgol Maes yr Yrfa.

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-I played the role of Mari in

-the drama, Ni'n Dwy by Nan Lewis.

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-I was on the stage alone

-for over an hour.

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-Drama has played an important role

-in my life.

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-I've always competed

-in the Eisteddfod.

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-This was the start

-of my career choices.

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-I enjoy performing...

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-..but I enjoy seeing

-the younger generation perform...

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-..under my guidance.

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-Tell us more about the next item.

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-The next item is the sea urchin.

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-This is different.

0:36:520:36:56

-Following the death of my

-grandparents from Llanybydder...

0:36:560:37:00

-..Mam asked me if I would like

-to take something from their home...

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-..to remember them by.

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-Every summer, we would go and stay

-in a caravan on the Aeron Coast.

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-I would spend a lot of time with my

-grandparents on the beach.

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-This sea urchin reminds me

-of those times in Aberaeron...

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-..and it means a lot to me.

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-This was the only thing I wanted.

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-It reminds me of all the good times.

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-This one is from France.

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-My grandparents enjoyed travelling.

0:37:370:37:46

-My grandmother bought this as

-she knew I liked to listen to these.

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-This has travelled with me.

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-I have to keep it safe

-whilst travelling.

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-I usually keep it in the bathroom.

0:38:070:38:16

-Do you have a favourite part

-of the coastline?

0:38:200:38:22

-I love the Aberaeron area.

0:38:230:38:26

-We would go to New Quay as a child.

0:38:260:38:34

-I get very emotional

-when I travel to these areas now.

0:38:340:38:39

-Tell us more about the final item.

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-This is a female teddy.

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-This teddy was given to me as a gift

-from my mother back in 2004.

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-This Bear Factory teddy

-is called Seren.

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-I was shopping with my mother.

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-This was quite childish of me

-to have this in secondary school.

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-I haven't slept a night

-without Seren since 2004.

0:39:150:39:24

-My students will be shocked

-by this.

0:39:240:39:29

-Seren has been abroad with me...

0:39:290:39:33

-..to Kenya, New York,

-Amsterdam and Marbella.

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-I feel that Seren gives me comfort.

0:39:380:39:41

-This teddy has lived a lucky life.

0:39:410:39:46

-I enjoy going in to the

-Bear Factory shops today...

0:39:460:39:50

-..to see what outfits

-are available for Seren.

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-I don't buy any more clothes

-for Seren.

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-This outfit was bought in New York

-last Christmas.

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-I had to buy this outfit

-when I went to New York.

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-Does Seren bring you luck?

0:40:130:40:17

-I feel that Seren brings me luck.

0:40:170:40:21

-I don't go anywhere without her.

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-I don't hug her every night...

0:40:260:40:30

-..but she's always in my bed.

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-What do you have planned

-before Christmas?

0:40:400:40:45

-There are a lot of things

-in store for the school.

0:40:460:40:54

-We're going to be performing

-Les Miserables before Christmas.

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-Many of our students are

-taking part in the performance...

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-..at the Millennium Centre

-this week.

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-Thank you, Nia.

0:41:090:41:12

-Prynhawn Da returns

-tomorrow at 2.00pm.

0:41:120:41:16

-We'll delve into the archive in

-the company of the late Moc Morgan.

0:41:160:41:25

-This is the first time I've walked

-the North Wales countryside.

0:41:290:41:33

-It's a wonderful place.

0:41:330:41:35

-One of our lucky viewers

-will be receiving a makeover.

0:41:360:41:39

-We'll also be opening the

-doors of our Book Club.

0:41:390:41:42

-Next, the news and weather on S4C

-is followed by 3 Lle.

0:41:420:41:45

-We hope you enjoy

-the rest of your day.

0:41:450:41:47

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Bydd Dr Llinos yma i drafod cancr y fron a bydd Elen yma gyda'i chyngor ar steil. Dr Llinos will be here to discuss breast cancer, and Elen will be here with her advice on style.


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