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-Hello and welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-I've got some news for you, Sian.

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-Only a 100 days remain

-before the start of Euro 2016.

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-I know everything about the Euro.

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-Gwyn Derfel was my guest on Heno

-and he told me everything about it.

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-This is what else

-we have for you today.

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-We join a St David's Day parade from

-St Davids to the Senedd in Cardiff.

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-Elen Bowman tell us about

-a project for Llangain...

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-..which has received funding

-from Britain's largest supermarket.

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-The mild weather over Christmas has

-led to a rise in head lice cases.

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-Cathy has all the advice you need

-to get rid of these pesky critters.

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-Alison Huw also explains why there's

-a greater salt content in our foods.

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-Stay with us

-over the next 50 minutes.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We start with the Chief Bard,

-Mererid Hopwood...

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-..who enlightens us about her new

-poetry collection called Nes Draw.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-It must've taken years

-for you to compile this.

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-You make me sound like I'm very old.

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-It includes a lot of work.

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-How did you choose the 70 poems?

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-I've penned hundreds of poems.

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-You have to pick out the ones

-that are good enough.

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-I won a scholarship last year.

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-I was able to stay at home for

-a week and get everything sorted.

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-Do you have a specific place

-where you write poetry?

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-I was at home and I

-knew I had to do this.

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-I didn't know if some were suitable

-and others weren't.

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-The poetry you won the chair and the

-crown with are in this volume.

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-The collection includes from poems

-from when I won the Chair and Crown.

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-I thought I should add

-these poems to the book.

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-What themes do you have

-in this volume?

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-There are various themes

-in the book.

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-I don't consider themes

-when I pen a poem.

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-A poet from Germany

-said that writing a poem...

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-..is like nurturing a bird

-before it flies the nest.

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-This is a great way of describing

-the process of making this book.

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-It was 15 years ago

-that you won the Chair.

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-Do you look back and think you could

-change your work?

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-I would definitely go back and

-change things...

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-..but I prefer to look to the

-future.

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-What type of response

-have you had to this volume?

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-Many people like the cover.

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-I must thank Rebecca Davies

-and Gary Lloyd for the cover.

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-I also thank Elinor Wyn Reynolds

-from Gomer for helping me...

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-..with this new publication.

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-I'm very grateful.

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-I didn't thank anyone in the book.

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-It looks classy and great.

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-Elinor said to use a navy colour

-as everyone likes this colour!

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-Have you got a poem you would like

-to share with us?

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-There's a poem that I have

-kept for years.

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-Gweld is the title of the poem.

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-'Tonight for a long second...

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-..'I will move forward

-in your pure eyes.'

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-There are few English terms

-in your work.

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-Yes, you're referring

-to The Last Long Letter.

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-That's about Dylan Thomas.

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-You've written

-with many other poets.

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-Is writing a volume like this scary?

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-It's quite daunting

-to see your work in print.

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-Last year,

-I endured an accident on a bike.

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-This caused me to reconsider.

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-O Ran has also been republished.

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-O Ran is being studied

-by many school children now.

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-They're having to reprint the book.

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-Poetry is very popular now.

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-There are many poems that have some

-cynghanedd in them.

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-We look forward to the next book!

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-Nes Draw is available

-from Gomer and costs 9.99.

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-Yesterday, thousands of events took

-place to celebrate St David's Day...

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-..and the pupils of Ysgol Dewi Sant,

-St Davids travelled to the Senedd.

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-This is the tenth time

-they've made the trek...

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-..we joined them

-as they set off in the morning.

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-It's St David's Day...

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-..and we'll take the message of the

-saint from St Davids Cathedral...

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-..and all the way

-to the Senedd in Cardiff.

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-Pupils from the secondary

-and primary schools in St Davids...

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-..will deliver the message

-along with a message of their own.

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-'Bro Dewi pupils deliver a message

-of peace to children of the world.'

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-'We want a world without conflict

-and to live in peace and happiness.'

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-'You're welcome to spread our

-message of peace across the world.'

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-I feel patriotic every day

-and today is very important.

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-The children learn about the

-importance of Saint David...

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-..Wales and Welsh values.

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-Our next stop is Whitland

-followed by Carmarthen and Swansea.

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-We'll then head for Cardiff.

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-It's ten years

-since we started the story...

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-..back in 2006 when the Queen

-officially opened the Senedd.

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-We hold the ceremony

-in the hope that it continues.

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-Happy St David's Day.

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-Well done to them.

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-Here's a photograph of the group

-as they arrived yesterday...

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-..at the Senedd at 3.00pm,

-following a journey of seven hours.

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-Well done to them.

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-After the break, Emma showcases

-the latest make-up trends for us.

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-Elen Bowman discusses big plans

-for a patch of land near Llangain.

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-To take us to the break, here's more

-of your St David's Day photographs.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-London Fashion Week

-took place last week.

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-The latest fashion and make-up

-trends could be seen on the catwalk.

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-We sent our make-up expert, Emma

-to London to find out more.

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-Here's what she discovered.

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-London Fashion Week attracts both

-fashionistas and make-up-istas!

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-The biggest names in beauty work

-backstage to set the latest trends.

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-What will be wearing on our faces

-next season?

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-At the Prophetic fashion show,

-plum lips were back with a bang.

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-This time, it was darker and

-closer to black rather than purple.

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-This look returns every season

-but few are brave enough to wear it.

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-How about next winter, ladies?

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-Everyone's talking about the look

-created by Val Garland...

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-..for the models at the important

-Julien Macdonald fashion show.

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-Julien's show saw the return of the

-iconic smoky eyes.

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-The hair and remaining make-up

-was totally plain...

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-..creating a dramatic

-and striking look.

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-The Apu Jan models

-were hardly wearing any make-up.

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-The Body Shop make-up artists

-used a highlighter on the cheeks...

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-..and a feminine pink stain

-on the lips.

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-Sass & Bide and Burberry

-also showcased similar looks.

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-It's important to invest

-in good quality skincare products...

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-..because bare skin is in vogue

-for the next season.

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-Emma has joined me and it's obvious

-you enjoyed yourself in London.

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-Yes, it was amazing.

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-Does the catwalk make-up influence

-what we wear from day to day?

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-Some ladies, such as bloggers attend

-these shows just to see the make-up.

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-The designers know that.

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-Many things have been launched

-off the back of London Fashion Week.

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-You've got two very different looks

-for us today.

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-Yes, I'll start with the look from

-the Apu Jan and Burberry catwalks.

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-It's a fresh look that is popular

-each season and great for all ages.

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-The skin should look dewy

-and it's wonderful for the skin.

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-It isn't available in Wales

-but can be ordered online.

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-It's part of

-the Hollywood glamour glow set.

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-How much is it?

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-How much is it?

-

-I don't want to say but it's 49.

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-It had better be good for that!

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-Everything else is reasonably priced

-because this is expensive.

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-It has a contour and highlighter

-but it's very soft.

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-It isn't harsh just like

-the Kim Kardashian contour.

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-It's great for mature women who need

-a boost and is worth every penny.

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-Have you applied that already?

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-Have you applied that already?

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-Yes, and you can see the glow.

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-The highlighter is high on the cheek

-to open up the eyes.

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-There's also some

-very thin false eyelashes.

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-It's natural, opens up the eyes

-and is very feminine.

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-What else have you got?

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-There's the Bourjois City Radiance

-and the clue is in the name.

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-It's been launched this week

-and quite fluid on the skin.

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-They know that women will see

-this skin at London Fashion Week...

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-..so they launched

-their City Radiance.

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-I've applied it on Claudia's skin

-and it looks great.

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-What else is there?

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-What else is there?

-

-I've mentioned this a lot of times.

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-It's by Estee Lauder and sits under

-the eyes to open up the eyes.

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-It brightens the face,

-the eyes and your foundation.

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-These three products work well

-to create this look.

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-It's a very natural look.

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-It's a very natural look.

-

-Yes, and ideal for any ages.

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-Let's move to the next model

-and we can swap places.

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-We saw the return of the smoky eye

-with Julien's fashion show.

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-Everyone loves a smoky eye but some

-feel they are too old for the look.

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-Leather suits all ages

-and so does the smoky eye!

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-I've got a palette by Maybelline

-that's 9.99 and has many colours.

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-It's important to use the colours

-in the correct place.

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-Nest has got the palest shade in

-the corner and onto the brow bone.

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-There's a medium shade such as gold

-or you can opt for a matte shade.

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-This colour is used

-across the creases of the eye.

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-In the corners, we've got

-a tiny touch of the darker shade.

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-It's teamed with a gel eyeliner.

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-The gel is thicker

-and is almost sponge-like.

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-Is it easier to apply?

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-Is it easier to apply?

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-It's easier than liners and pencils.

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-Try it a few times to master it

-but it creates a softer look.

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-What's the final product?

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-What's the final product?

-

-It's a loose powder.

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-Those using a liquid foundation

-need to set it with a powder.

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-If it doesn't set, it can highlight

-any wrinkles and spots.

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-Liquids can highlight any blemishes

-so a light dusting helps to set it.

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-This product by Illamasqua

-has been fine-tuned in the factory.

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-It needs to be very fine so the

-particles cling to the make-up.

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-It also looks more natural.

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-Natural is the way to go.

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-Thank you, Emma.

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-Thank you, Emma.

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-Recently, 8,000 of the money raised

-by Tesco 'Bags for Help' campaign...

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-..was used to create on a project on

-land near Llangain, Carmarthenshire.

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-Elen Bowman from Living Pictures

-is here to tell us more about it.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about this project.

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-We wanted to build

-an establishment for the theatre.

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-This would be a way to help people

-build their theatre skills.

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-We met with the staff of Mencap

-last year...

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-..and we discovered

-the problems that face those...

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-..with learning difficulties.

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-They find it difficult

-to find a job.

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-We wanted to help after our meeting.

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-The Menter Coed Dylan project

-has received 8,000...

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-..from Tesco Bags of Help to create

-a garden and compost toilets.

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-I discovered that Tesco

-and Groundworks have this project...

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-..to help raise funds.

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-The garden will be

-a community garden.

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-The money will pay a professional

-gardener and carpenter...

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-..to teach individuals

-with learning difficulties...

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-..how to cooperate with Mencap.

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-People will leave the site

-with skills.

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-There's a demand for

-something like this in the area.

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-Mencap need this help.

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-They need this help

-across the country.

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-Only 6% of people with learning

-difficulties have a job.

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-We have to break down these barriers

-and that they can do this work.

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-They can stay in cabins too.

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-We hope to have a place

-for people to stay...

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-..some kind of shelters.

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-We want to fill the building

-with things that we create.

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-We've been discussing

-the building with the council.

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-We've worked with

-a group from Machynlleth.

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-We want to show people

-how to take on these ideas...

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-..including the compost toilets,

-which will be accessible for all.

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-There's a chance we could win

-up to 12,000...

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-..if the public vote for us

-in Tesco stores in Cardiff.

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-The cashier will give you

-a token to vote.

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-Living Pictures are one of three

-groups who've received 8,000.

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-We'll either received 8,000,

-10,000 or 12,000.

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-Maes y Coed Community Garden and

-Eco Club at the Heath in Cardiff...

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-..and Fairwater Community

-Garden in Cardiff...

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-..are also competing for money.

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-Good luck to you.

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-Make sure you vote

-for your favourite.

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-Good luck to you.

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-We've received a quick announcement.

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-The band, Jamie Smith's Mabon

-will perform at Theatr Felinfach...

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-..this Friday from 7.30pm.

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-Tickets cost 12, so make sure

-you get one before they sell out.

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-When we return, Cathy Irons

-shows us how to treat head lice.

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-See you in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-The terms 'head lice' or 'nits'

-are enough to make some people itch.

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-They're a constant problem

-for parents and school children.

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-Cases are thought to have increased

-due to the mild winter.

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-Our pharmacist, Cathy Irons is here.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-My son's school emailed this morning

-to say there was a recent outbreak.

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-This is a constant problem.

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-The spring will see more

-of a problem...

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-..due to the mild winter.

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-We usually see less of the problem.

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-They can be easily spread.

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-This is a constant problem.

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-You have to keep checking

-your child's head.

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-You all need to treat it,

-if your child has it.

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-What's your advice for us?

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-Make sure

-you check the child's head.

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-The itching is caused

-due to an allergy to the nits.

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-The itching can take

-up to three months to happen.

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-They can only live on our heads.

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-Is it true that

-they can only live in clean hair?

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-Head lice will live on

-anyone's hair, clean or dirty.

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-They look for the scalp.

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-Head lice are tiny insects

-that live in human hair.

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-They use the claw

-to cling on to hair.

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-Head lice feed off blood

-through the scalp.

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-They look for the scalp.

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-This is a hot area for them and

-they feel comfortable on the scalp.

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-Once you know how they work,

-you can know how to stop them.

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-You have to know the enemy.

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-Female head lice lay eggs in sacks

-that stick to individual hairs...

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-..before hatching seven to

-ten days later.

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-You might spot the remains of the

-tiny white eggs in the hair...

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-..this is called a nit.

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-The eggs stay in the hair

-as the hair grows.

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-The baby head louse are ready

-to have babies 10 - 14 days later.

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-They can be difficult to detect.

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-If you think your child

-may have head lice...

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-..check your child's hair.

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-Use a normal comb to begin with.

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-The best time to do it

-is after you wash the hair.

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-Wash the hair with shampoo

-and use a lot of conditioner.

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-You will need to pull the comb

-right through the hair.

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-As you pull the comb through

-the hair, clean it on some tissue.

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-It can be harder to see them

-if you have blonde hair.

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-They're small and are browny-grey

-in colour.

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-If you can't spot any, comb the hair

-with a special nit comb.

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-They are the side of a small seed.

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-You have to look carefully

-to find them.

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-The most common places that they

-lurk are in hair behind the ears...

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-These products will rid of the nits.

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-You used to keep treatment on

-overnight.

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-Nits are used to the old products...

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-..and so there are new products.

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-The new products

-make the hair slippery...

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-..which will make it harder for them

-to grab the hair.

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-You have to be careful with

-small babies, when pregnant...

0:32:110:32:14

-..and if you have asthma.

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-You need to read the instructions

-to see if you can use it.

0:32:310:32:35

-I have two grandchildren

-and I know how difficult this is.

0:32:350:32:39

-Be careful and keep an eye out.

0:32:390:32:48

-I'm starting to itch!

0:32:480:32:55

-Thanks to all of those who have sent

-us their St David's Day photographs.

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-Here are some of them now.

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-Llinos Lee from Heno team

-has joined us in the studio.

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-You've been itching

-since the last item!

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-Join me for tonight's

-Heno from 7.00pm.

0:34:070:34:10

-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-Imagine winning 1,000.

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-Congratulations you've won 1,000.

0:34:290:34:34

-Call every Wednesday night.

-It only takes one phone call.

0:34:340:34:38

-Fancy A Fortune? 1,000.

0:34:380:34:41

-I'll have to watch it.

0:34:420:34:43

-Thank you so much!

0:34:440:34:45

-Fancy A Fortune?

0:34:460:34:48

-I don't leave the house on Wednesday

-just in case they call me.

0:34:480:34:55

-You can win anything

-between 50 and 1,000.

0:34:560:34:59

-Our phone lines open at 7.00pm

-and close at 7.15pm.

0:35:000:35:05

-The singer, Shan Cothi

-joins me on the sofa for a chat.

0:35:050:35:08

-Shan will spin our wheel and try to

-win big money in Fancy A Fortune?

0:35:080:35:16

-She has a special

-Mother's Day concert.

0:35:160:35:19

-She has been very busy.

0:35:190:35:26

-Rhodri Gomer has been

-to a pony sanctuary.

0:35:270:35:29

-Yesterday, Owain Gwynedd ventured

-around London's most famous shops...

0:35:300:35:35

-..to celebrate St David's Day

-with the chef, Bryn Williams.

0:35:350:35:39

-Mari Davies is attempting

-to raise money to buy a boat...

0:35:400:35:44

-..to compete at the

-Tokyo Olympics in 2020.

0:35:440:35:47

-We have received

-another announcement.

0:35:470:35:49

-A cawl night is being held at

-Bethlehem Chapel, Pwll-Trap tonight.

0:35:500:35:53

-Alun Wyn Bevan is the special guest

-and the evening starts at 7.30pm.

0:35:540:35:57

-There's a warm welcome for all.

0:35:570:35:59

-After the break...

0:35:590:36:01

-..Alison is here

-to discuss salt in our diet.

0:36:010:36:04

-See you in a few minutes.

0:36:040:36:06

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-Welcome back.

0:36:200:36:21

-It's Salt Awareness Week.

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-Despite being

-a 20-year-old campaign...

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-..we still need to cut down

-on our salt intake.

0:36:270:36:33

-There's been an increase of salt

-in our diets over recent years.

0:36:330:36:38

-But how can we cut back?

0:36:390:36:43

-Alison Huw is here to tell us more.

0:36:430:36:46

-Welcome to the programme.

0:36:460:36:49

-Thank you.

0:36:490:36:53

-The message is clear.

0:36:530:37:03

-The campaign is still active.

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-There's a lot of salt in prepacked

-and ready made foods.

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-We need to eat less than

-a teaspoon of salt a day.

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-But many of our foods

-will contain hidden salt.

0:37:290:37:33

-We need to identify what foods

-are high in salt in our daily diet.

0:37:330:37:37

-According to the FSA the maximum is

-6g a day which is about a teaspoon.

0:37:370:37:45

-It isn't a lot of salt but we tend

-to add a lot of salt to our foods.

0:37:450:37:55

-We are advised that we shouldn't

-add salt to our foods.

0:37:590:38:09

-We are advised that we shouldn't

-add salt to our foods.

0:38:100:38:14

-We are advised that we shouldn't

-add salt to our foods...

0:38:140:38:18

-..or place it on the table.

0:38:180:38:21

-There's a lot of salt in cheese.

0:38:210:38:26

-Cheese and processed foods

-are incredibly high in salt.

0:38:260:38:30

-There are three groups.

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-There's a traffic system code.

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-The red group indicates

-foods that are high in salt.

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-Meals that are high in salt include

-sandwiches with cheese or meat.

0:38:480:38:52

-These foods include

-more than 1.5g per 100g.

0:38:530:38:57

-Pizzas and Pot Noodle

-are high in salt.

0:38:570:39:05

-Ketchup and sauces, stock cubes,

-tuna in brine are all high in salt.

0:39:050:39:15

-I wouldn't have thought that beans

-had a lot of salt.

0:39:210:39:25

-Baked beans also contain

-a lot of salt...

0:39:250:39:30

-..along with tinned soups.

0:39:300:39:40

-It's important to cut down on salt.

0:39:410:39:51

-Some companies add salt to flavour

-their foods.

0:39:520:39:57

-We've got some soups here.

0:39:580:40:04

-Two foods that look similar can

-contain different levels of salt.

0:40:040:40:14

-It's important

-that we read food labels.

0:40:180:40:28

-You can also get salt in sweet foods

-like salted caramel.

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-Breakfast cereals contain

-a lot of salt.

0:40:440:40:54

-We have the orange group.

0:40:560:41:01

-The orange group includes foods that

-contain a moderate amount of salt.

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-These between 0.3

-and 1.5grams.

0:41:060:41:12

-Next, we have the green group.

0:41:120:41:16

-Green group foods are low in salt.

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-There's less than 0.3grams of salt

-in each of these foods.

0:41:210:41:25

-That's all we have time for today.

0:41:250:41:27

-We celebrate World Book Day

-on tomorrow's Prynhawn Da.

0:41:270:41:30

-Huw showcases the latest fashion

-essentials from the high street.

0:41:310:41:34

-Until tomorrow, goodbye.

0:41:350:41:36

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0:41:390:41:39

Emma Jenkins fydd yma gyda chyngor harddwch gan ganolbwyntio ar ddylanwad 'catwalk' Wythnos Ffasiwn Llundain'. We find out more about the influence of London Fashion Week on beauty trends.


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