Wed, 02 Dec 2015 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 02 Dec 2015

Cyfle i ennill gwobrau di-ri yn y Cracyr Dolig a Huw Fash fydd yn addurno'r goeden Nadolig mewn steil. The weekly book club and Huw Rees decorates the Christmas tree in style!


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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da

-live from Llanelli.

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-We're bursting with excitement...

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-..as it's the start of our Christmas

-Cracker Competition on Prynhawn Da.

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-There's a host of fantastic prizes

-to be won this year.

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-There's something for everyone.

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-Give it a go because

-this could be your lucky day.

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-Grab a pen and paper as we'll

-give you all the details shortly.

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-Today, we chat to Bethan Davies, the

-founder of Port Talbot's food bank.

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-Bethan Mair joins us with

-her selection of the latest novels.

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-Huw shares some fashion gift ideas.

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-Alison Huw focuses on party food.

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-It's important to shop locally

-and Heledd visits Cardigan today.

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-Join us for all this and more

-on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-It's finally time for our annual

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-We'll set the question in a moment.

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-First, let's see what's hiding

-in our crackers this year.

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-Four widescreen televisions,

-five iPad Airs...

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-..two digital cameras,

-two hampers of Welsh produce...

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-..a hoverboard,

-a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..two digital radios, a coffee

-machine and mugs, a toaster...

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-..a DVD player and a collection of

-DVDs, a Kindle and a table lamp...

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-..jewellery by Wyn in the Conwy

-Valley and Lora Wyn of Groeslon...

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-..Melin Tregwynt

-throws and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid,

-leather bag and writing equipment...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..a hamper of beauty products

-for men and women...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-It's a great selection of prizes.

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-Here's the singer, Gwawr Edwards

-with today's all-important question.

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-In his song, what did Ryan Davies

-have on his Christmas tree?

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-1) a trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) a television?

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-Merry Christmas to you and I hope

-Father Christmas is kind to you!

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-Here's that question for you again.

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-In his song, what did Ryan Davies

-have on his Christmas tree?

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-1) a trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) a television?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close

-at 2.30pm today.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all.

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-We could be calling one of you

-later in the programme.

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-In the build up to Christmas...

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-..we'll focus on the work

-of various charities.

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-In recent years, food banks are more

-important in our towns and cities...

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-..with many relying

-on their assistance.

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-In September 2014, a food bank was

-launched in the Port Talbot area.

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-Bethan Davies was responsible

-for establishing that food bank...

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-..and she joins us now.

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-Why did you establish the food bank?

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-I'm a Christian worker for

-the Presbyterian Church in Wales.

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-I had the opportunity to do

-what I wanted.

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-We wanted to reach out to the

-community to help those in need.

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-The food bank

-is a Christian-based project.

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-As a worker,

-I wanted to go out and help people.

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-We felt that the chapels

-had held back.

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-But now we go out into the community

-to help.

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-You have a lot of volunteers

-who enjoy the work.

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-Yes, we have many volunteers

-who enjoy their roles.

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-There's a lot of compassion shown.

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-The food is donated by schools,

-local businesses and chapels.

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-It's a project that depends

-on the community.

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-We are blessed with this project.

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-It's shown the compassion

-of the community.

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-People are very kind.

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-They bring us this food

-out of kindness.

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-We are asking people

-who shop in Tesco...

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-..to buy an extra item

-to add to the food bank supply.

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-We are appealing for

-the public's help over Christmas.

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-People are referred to us

-by 35 agencies.

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-They include

-the Citizens Advice Bureau.

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-The agencies are working with people

-who are under the poverty line.

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-Food vouchers are distributed

-to those in need.

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-A food voucher enables an individual

-or families...

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-..to receive three meals

-for three days.

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-We turn the food bank into a cafe

-on certain days.

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-People are able to come in

-and help themselves to items.

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-We meet many people

-in unfortunate situations.

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-We offer them some food and drink.

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-We make sure that they feel relaxed.

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-We understand that they are

-in a difficult situation.

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-This can happen to anyone.

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-People can end up in financial

-distress due to one bill!

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-We hear many stories from people.

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-Sometimes, they can't buy food

-because they have bills to pay.

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-Some people are short of money...

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-..because they have to buy

-items for school.

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-This time last year, some 105 people

-visited the food bank...

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-..on the Thursday before Christmas.

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-We take food for granted

-and expect it to be on our tables.

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-We are also appealing

-for more volunteers.

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-Come to Carmel Chapel in Aberavon.

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-They can also help us serve food.

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-After the break...

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-..Bethan Mair looks at a selection

-of new novels for Christmas gifts.

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-Huw looks at gifts

-from the fashion world.

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-Welcome back.

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-Don't forget about our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-It started last night so there's

-still a host of prizes to be won.

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-Four widescreen televisions,

-five iPad Airs...

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-..two digital cameras,

-two hampers of Welsh produce...

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-..a hoverboard,

-a selection of Welsh meat...

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-..two digital radios, a coffee

-machine and mugs, a toaster...

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-..a DVD player and a collection of

-DVDs, a Kindle and a table lamp...

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-..jewellery by Wyn in the Conwy

-Valley and Lora Wyn of Groeslon...

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-..Melin Tregwynt

-throws and cushions...

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-..a sewing machine, kitchen aid,

-leather bag and writing equipment...

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-..a NutriBullet,

-Welsh hoodies for the family...

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-..a hamper of beauty products

-for men and women...

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-..and a cashmere poncho

-and socks from Corgi.

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-This year, we'll support Ty Hafan,

-Ty Gobaith and Christian Aid.

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-It promises to be a cracker of a

-Christmas on Prynhawn Da and Heno!

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-I want the hoverboard!

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-Today's Christmas Cracker question

-is set by the singer, Gwawr Edwards.

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-In his song, what did Ryan Davies

-have on his Christmas tree?

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-1) a trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) a television?

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-In his song, what did Ryan Davies

-have on his Christmas tree?

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-1) a trumpet, 2) tinsel,

-or 3) a television?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-Full terms and conditions

-can be found at www.prynhawnda.tv

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-Good luck to you all.

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-Books are always a welcome gift

-in our house...

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-..and a host of Welsh books

-have hit the shelves for Christmas.

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-Bethan Mair has cast her eye

-over the Christmas publications.

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-Welcome to the programme, Bethan.

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-Thank you.

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-Dorothy, phone the programme

-as there's some great prizes!

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-There's nine books

-that appeal to me.

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-I've got seven on the table here.

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-Rifiera Rae

-has not been published yet.

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-It will be published soon.

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-Bwythyn by Caryl Lewis is great

-and being read by my mother.

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-Norte by Jon Gower

-is also a great novel.

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-I'd give Bwthyn by Caryl Lewis

-ten out of ten.

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-It's one of the best books

-I've read all year!

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-There are three great books here.

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-There's also an array

-of other books.

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-These next books will have less

-exposure than the big hitters.

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-Cuddwas is by Gareth Miles.

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-Gareth Miles is a reputable author.

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-He's also a great playwright.

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-He also writes for Barn magazine.

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-It delves into Spain's

-sinister world of gangsters.

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-The main character

-works for the Secret Service.

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-He reminds me of some

-sort of agent provocateur.

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-I didn't enjoy this novel.

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-Dan Gwmwl Du

-is by John Alwyn Griffiths.

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-Dan Gwmwl Du is a detective story.

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-I was quite disappointed

-with this novel.

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-The novel is loaded with events

-and characters to remember.

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-Dan Gwmwl Du will appeal to

-fans of Alun Cob or Lee Childs.

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-Dan Gwmwl Du by John Alwyn Griffiths

-is 8.50 from Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.

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-Fi Sy'n Cael Y Ci

-is penned by Rhian Cadwaladr.

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-Fi Sy'n Cael Y Ci

-is a novel about divorce.

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-I've been divorced twice.

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-The main character of this novel

-is 50-year-old Gwen.

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-Gwen is a divorcee

-and her children have grown up.

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-Gwen's ex-husband

-has run off with a younger woman.

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-Before we chat about Chwynnu

-by Sioned Wiliam.

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-Let's hear what the author had to

-say at the book's launch in Cardiff.

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-I just wanted to write something

-that was easy to read.

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-I'm no Manon Steffan Ros

-or Bethan Gwanas...

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-..because I'm not in the same league

-as those authors.

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-I hope it's entertaining and can

-be read in bed or whilst on holiday.

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-Robat Gruffudd might refer to it

-as a must-read trashy novel.

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-That was Sioned Wiliam's comments

-on her novel, Chwynu.

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-What did you think about it, Bethan?

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-I would place her in the same

-category as Bethan Gwanas.

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-I would give her novel

-an eight out of ten.

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-I think she was quite modest

-in that clip.

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-I think it's a great novel

-full of humour.

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-Dewch At Eich Gilydd is by Meg Elis.

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-Dewch At Eich Gilydd

-is quite a timely novel.

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-The novel is based on

-the 2016 Welsh Assembly Elections.

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-This novel

-should've been released next March.

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-This novel should be read during

-next year's Welsh Assembly Election.

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-The story focuses on the candidates

-in the election.

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-There's dirty tricks

-and unexpected relationships.

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-We learn about the lives of people

-in the Powys Fadog constituency.

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-I would give it a seven out of ten.

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-Dewch At Eich Gilydd by Meg Eli

-is 8.95 from Gwasg y Bwthyn press.

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-Thank you for joining us.

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-On Monday's Heno, Huw focused

-on the little black dress.

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-What's in store for us today, Huw?

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-Today, we're looking at Christmas

-gifts from the fashion world.

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-I've got some advice for people...

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-..for those who want

-to buy fashion gifts.

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-We all have our own personal choices

-when it comes to fashion.

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-Some gifts

-don't see the light of day.

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-We are focusing on ladies first.

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-We start with some lingerie.

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-Male viewers should pay attention.

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-I recommend that you go

-to a specialist shop.

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-The item on the model

-is from Bellissimo.

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-I also recommend that you check

-your partner's measurements.

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-The garment is very sophisticated.

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-If you truly love that special

-person in your life...

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-..opt for some cashmere.

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-We've got a cross-section of items

-from specialist shops...

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-..and the high street.

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-This poncho is from Corgi

-and costs around 160.

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-We've also got a bobble hat

-with a furry bobble.

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-It's from the Fur Bobble Hat company

-on the Internet.

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-They also come in great colours.

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-This next hat comes from

-a Welsh company called Fascin8.

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-You can also get a card with a hat.

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-You can also attend a course

-in hatmaking.

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-We've also got this simple bag.

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-Everyone likes a black bag.

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-The jewellery comes from Cwmni Wyn

-in North Wales.

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-After the break, Alison Huw has tips

-for some tasty party dishes.

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-Heledd visits the local shops

-in Cardigan.

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-Welcome back.

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-The phone lines for our Christmas

-Cracker Competition have closed.

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-Please don't call any more

-or you will still be charged.

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-We'll be calling one lucky viewer

-later in the programme.

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-Alison Huw

-has joined us in the studio.

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-Welcome to the programme, Alison.

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-Thank you.

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-Today, we're looking at an array of

-party food to serve over Christmas.

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-What are your secrets?

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-Don't be too ambitious

-when it comes to parties.

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-Mix homemade

-and shop bought canapes.

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-A lot of people end up

-in a cold sweat...

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-..when they think about preparing

-canapes for parties.

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-You can do much better than simply

-offering crisps and nuts!

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-When serving some of these crisps...

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-..you should offer

-something a little unusual.

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-There's crisps flavoured

-with Prosecco.

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-There's also vegetable crisps.

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-I've also found some roasted

-and salted broad beans.

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-These are unusual items

-that are great at Christmas.

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-You don't want to have plates...

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-..as it can get cumbersome.

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-Bread is ideal.

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-Keep the base of your canape

-simple...

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-..and stick to toast, bruschetta

-or a tortilla crisps.

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-Stick to the usual favourites.

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-You can have smoked salmon...

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-..or a pesto with artichoke.

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-How many canapes should you make?

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-If you're having a drinks party...

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-..you'd need

-about eight to ten canapes a head.

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-Those having drinks

-before going out for a meal...

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-..should only serve

-three to four canapes a head.

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-The secret is to only offer

-three or four different canapes...

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-..as opposed to having

-a whole host of them.

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-I've also got some fresh cucumber.

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-Make sure you have thick slices

-of the cucumber.

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-These can't be made beforehand.

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-Tortilla is great and can be served

-with olives or smoked peppers.

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-You can serve items

-with cocktail sticks...

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-..or use branches of rosemary.

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-There's prunes

-that were kept in sherry...

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-..and wrapped in ham.

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-These are all very simple.

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-You can have a theme to your meals.

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-Some people will enjoy

-a Mediterranean theme.

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-A lot of people

-enjoy the old favourites...

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-..such as sausage rolls

-but make sure you use quality meat.

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-Bake it as people arrive...

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-..as it fills the house

-with some great aromas.

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-You can cut it to size

-when people arrive.

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-Those who are short on time

-can buy some canapes...

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-..as there's plenty to be had

-in the shops.

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-Many stores are offering items in a

-three-for-two offer.

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-Some items can also be bought

-and frozen until you need them.

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-Christmas is a few weeks away

-so everyone is shopping for gifts.

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-More people are avoiding the cities

-to buy in local shops.

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-Heledd went to see what the shops of

-Cardigan had to offer this season.

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-Forget the department stores

-and bright lights.

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-Nothing beats the independent

-and family shops in Cardigan.

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-I'm sure the castle hosted an array

-of celebrations in the 12th century.

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-But it's Christmas and I'm at

-my favourite town of Cardigan...

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-..to prepare for the festival

-and first things first - the food!

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-Hello, how are you?

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-I'm very well and need a turkey

-for Christmas to feed five of us.

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-You'll need one that's about 12lbs.

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-Great, my 12lb turkey should

-see us through Boxing Day too!

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-Next, the vegetables.

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-Hello, can I order some sprouts

-for Christmas?

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-I'm the only one who likes sprouts

-in our house.

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-At least I'm guaranteed

-a few sprouts.

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-I need some clothes for Christmas

-and nothing beats a charity shop.

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-I've got some bargains with

-a cardigan, pyjamas, a blouse...

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-..a coat, jumper, dress

-and slippers to me from me!

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-I'd better start shopping

-for others too...

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-..and you don't need to drudge

-from one shop to the next.

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-All you need is a shop like this

-that has something for everyone!

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-My list is almost complete.

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-Gwenllian's the only one left

-and she can have a hockey stick.

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-I'm not a pushy mother but she's

-three so she needs to get started.

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-I think I deserve a cuppa and cake.

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-That's what I call a successful day!

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-Heledd had a lot of fun.

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-I can't believe she bought that

-hockey stick!

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-After the break, we'll be calling

-one lucky viewer...

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-..in our Christmas

-Cracker Competition.

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-Huw returns with more fashion gifts.

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-The moment has arrived.

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-It's time to call a lucky viewer in

-our Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-Have you got a number, Rhodri?

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-Yes, Sian.

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-There's some amazing prizes

-to be won this year.

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-There's a sewing machine.

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-We've got a coffee machine and

-toaster.

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-There's a toaster, iPads

-and televisions.

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-The first number

-is for a mobile phone.

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-Hello?

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-Hello, it's Sian and Rhodri

-from S4C's Prynhawn Da.

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-Christmas Cracker!

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-Who's on the line, please?

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-It's Margaret from Ffosyffin.

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-Please choose a cracker

-between 1 and 34.

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-Cracker number 6

-has already been chosen.

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-I'll have number 5.

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-Let's pull the cracker

-to see what you've won.

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-Congratulations, this is your prize.

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-Congratulations, you've won a throw

-and cushion from Melin Tregwynt.

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-They will keep you warm.

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-Thank you so very much!

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-There's an extra special element

-to the competition this year.

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-For every prize that you win, a

-gift will also be given to charity.

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-This afternoon, a sheep will be

-given to a family in Ethiopia.

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-They can sell the sheep's milk

-and wool to earn some money.

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-Thank you for entering our

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-A very Merry Christmas to you!

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-It's time to return to Huw

-for some more fashion advice.

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-Earlier, we had gift ideas

-for the ladies...

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-..and we're focusing on men next.

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-I'm very jealous of Margaret.

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-You can phone the programme...

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-and win a prize in our Christmas

-Cracker Competition...

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-..as opposed to buying a gift!

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-You've got some lovely items here.

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-Men can be awkward.

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-Men like comfortable pants!

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-I know Rhodri likes a thong.

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-Only on the weekends!

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-You can go to a shop similar

-to TK Maxx...

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-..and you can get some great

-designer pants.

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-There's some great offers

-in the shops.

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-You can also add them

-as a stocking filler.

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-Next, we have a voucher.

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-Don't go to the typical high street

-shops for a voucher...

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-..but opt for something

-that is more specialist.

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-These shoes from Brogue Trader

-are over 200...

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-..but you can get a voucher

-that is worth about 30...

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-..and they can use it towards

-something special.

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-We've also got the socks.

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-These aren't any normal socks.

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-Aunty Gwyneth would always buy me

-socks.

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-I never wanted them!

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-However, I would've been more than

-happy to get Corgi socks.

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-The packaging is wonderful.

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-It's also easy to wrap them.

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-Next, we've got bags.

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-There's a lot of man bags to be had.

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-You can get designer items or bags

-from the high street.

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-The Marks and Spencer is very

-classic.

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-There's a webbed strap that makes it

-a little younger.

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-It's real leather but is about 99.

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-You can buy cheaper options.

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-Mari Thomas is famous across Wales.

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-She makes items for both women and

-men.

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-She has great items.

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-There's some cufflinks and a pin

-tie.

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-They are back in fashion!

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-The pin is wonderful to go with the

-cufflinks.

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-We've also got some other items

-such as the dickie bow.

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-Get the matching handkerchief too!

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-Tonight, Heno soaks up the fun at

-Newcastle Emlyn's Victorian Evening.

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-The three sisters from Sorella also

-perform a brand-new Christmas track.

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-There's also the

-Christmas Cracker Competition.

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-On tomorrow's Prynhawn Da,

-we open our surgery with Dr Ann.

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-We celebrate vineyards and hear of

-a new wine company called Jabajak.

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-The company in Llanboidy launched

-their first wine in September.

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-We've got more fashion advice

-from Huw.

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-Fferm Ffactor follows the news

-and weather on S4C.

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-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

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Cyfle i ennill gwobrau di-ri yn y Cracyr Dolig a Huw Fash fydd yn addurno'r goeden Nadolig mewn steil. The weekly book club and Huw Rees decorates the Christmas tree in style!


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