Wed, 10 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 10 May 2017

Byddwn yn trafod y cyflwr coeliac a bydd gwylwraig lwcus yn cael gweddnewidiad. We'll discuss what effect being coeliac has on the diet and a lucky viewer gets a makeover.


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-Hello and how are you?

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-Welcome to Llanelli for your

-Tuesday edition of Prynhawn Da.

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-It's a glorious day

-and the sun is still shining.

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-This is what we have for you.

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-Have you found small holes

-in your clothes due to moths?

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-Carys Tudor joins us

-with tips on stopping them.

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-The Ammanford District and Choral

-Society is celebrating 100 years...

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-..and the choir's conductor,

-Indeg Thomas shares some stories.

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-on working from home...

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-..and meet Hannah Edwards

-who runs her business called Sgetsh.

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-Dr Elin Jones is the chairperson

-of the charity, Hafal...

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-..and she chats about the importance

-of raising awareness of the subject.

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-The actress, Olwen Rees chats about

-some of her prized possessions.

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-Join us for all this over the next

-50 minutes on today's Prynhawn Da.

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-We start the programme

-with Carys Tudor.

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-Extermination services have seen

-an increase of 25% in call outs...

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-..over the last ten years

-to rid homes of moths.

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-It means that there are more

-and more holes in our clothes.

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-Yes, unless we stop them!

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-It will get worse over the summer.

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-The winter has been so mild.

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-You can see them flying about.

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-These are adults.

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-They can't eat

-as they don't have mouths.

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-The moths lay egg that produce

-a fabric-eating larvae.

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-The eggs stick to the fabric and

-hatch over a period of a few days.

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-Moths like foods on clothes such as

-It's anything that contains protein.

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-Moths destroy materials

-that are animal-based.

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-They include wool, fur,

-silk or feathered items.

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-Clothes moths damage your clothing,

-bedding, carpets and other articles.

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-They can be expensive items!

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-They can also

-attack cashmere items.

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-How do we get rid of them?

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-You may find a hole.

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-They leave their remains.

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-They lose their skin and

-change colour with what they eat.

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-Wash fabrics at 45C

-for at least 30 minutes.

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-Wash woollens but raise

-the temperature gradually.

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-They don't like to be

-exposed to the sun.

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-and live in undisturbed locations.

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-You don't want them

-to create more holes.

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-Placing items in the freezer

-for 24 hours will kill the eggs.

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-Place the item in a freezer bag.

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-You can also kill them

-with a hot iron.

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-Place a item between the fabric

-and the iron to kill the critters!

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-Ensure that everything is clean when

-you pack things away for the winter.

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-Keep items in vacuum bags

-or boxes with a lid.

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-You can also store them

-in zipped bags.

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-They don't eat items such as

-synthetic and cotton fabrics.

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-Use moth balls or cedar hangers

-as the scent deters them.

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-Moth balls used to stink!

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-You can buy some items

-over the counter these days...

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-..as they affect your health.

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-You can place sachets

-in your drawers...

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-..that act like a deterrent.

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-There are cedar balls that give off

-an odour that they don't like.

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-You'll find many wardrobes made

-from cedar.

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-Rub the wood down

-to release the odour.

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-You want to keep your corners

-and skirting boards clean.

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-Clean the house regularly

-by brushing and vacuuming.

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-Empty the hoover bag regularly

-as moths can live inside it!

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-They can live in the hoover bag

-for weeks.

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-You don't want them to come back

-again!

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-They can lay eggs four times a year.

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-Our series on working from home

-continues after the break...

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-..as we meet Hannah Edwards

-from Newcastle Emlyn.

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-Sarah Louise continues

-with her series on babies...

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-..and reveals all you need when you

-bring baby home for the first time!

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-In 1958, 1959 and 1960, they won

-the main Eisteddfod's competitions.

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-They weren't allowed

-to compete in 1961.

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-However, they won again in 1962

-and 1963.

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-When did you get involved

-with the choir?

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-My connection with the

-choir started in 1999.

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-I was originally meant to conduct

-them during a single concert.

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-However, I'm still with the choir.

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-What is the membership like now?

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-There are fewer members nowadays.

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-We're down to around 35 members.

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-Some of the members were with

-the choir during the golden era.

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-Some are descendants

-of the original members.

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-You've won rosettes

-and shields over the years.

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-There are paper cuttings.

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-The choir's history

-is a very bright one.

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-There's a replica of a cup

-that was won by the choir.

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-The original is missing

-and it was an enormous cup.

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-There's a celebratory event

-this Saturday night.

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-The choir has performed

-with many famous artists.

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-We've performed with Rebecca Evans.

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-We'll perform with her again

-on Saturday during the concert.

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-She sang with the choir in 1990.

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-She performed Mozart's Requiem.

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-The concert start at 7.00pm

-on Saturday in Ammanford.

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-You can park in the school

-for the concert.

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-There's also a small exhibition

-on the night.

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-There's also an exhibition

-of old photographs.

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-The women of the choir have

-worked hard to collect images.

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-They will be on display

-in the foyer.

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-We must congratulate you as you have

-lead the choir for over 20 years.

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-I've heard that you are the oldest

-choir conductor in Wales!

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-I'm sure I'm one of the oldest

-conductors in Wales.

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-I'm 86 in September.

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-Conducting a choir keeps me young.

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-I enjoy being with the choir.

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-They keep me going.

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-Thank you, Indeg.

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-Enjoy all

-the centenary celebrations.

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-We've met a host of people who work

-from home in our recent series.

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-Today, we meet Hannah Edwards from

-Newcastle Emlyn who runs Sgetsh.

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-I've always enjoyed drawing

-since I was very young...

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-..and liked studying buildings

-and thought of ways to improve them.

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-I wanted a business

-that used my degree.

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-I studied interior design

-at the University of South Wales.

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-I learnt how to study buildings,

-take photographs...

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-..and I sketched them on the laptop

-and Sgetsh was born!

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-My sketches are of buildings

-in nearby villages.

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-I've also looked at Aberaeron and

-New Quay that are tourist hot spots.

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-I also take commissions.

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-The best thing about Sgetsh

-is that it's personal and unique.

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-I do things for special occasions

-when there's a building involved.

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-I get messages on Facebook every day

-with requests and it's good.

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-To date, Hannah has been

-commissioned to do 70 sketches...

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-..but how does she create them?

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-People contact me and I ask for a

-picture so that I can sketch it.

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-I also take photographs

-of various places.

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-After completing the sketch, I ask

-them if they want any colour...

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-..before printing a copy

-and sending it to them.

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-It takes about a week but that

-depends on the amount of details.

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-It could take anything from two days

-to a week.

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-Hannah loves her job

-and does it all from home...

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-..but what makes working from home

-so special?

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-I don't have to get up early, I can

-have tea and breaks when I choose.

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-Nobody watches me

-and I can take my time.

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-I'm lucky to have my own business

-that uses the skills I've learnt.

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-I get to do it every day

-and it's nice.

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-Her home is very inspirational...

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-..and she's had the support

-of one cafe in Newcastle Emlyn.

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-I saw an advert on Facebook.

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-I contacted Winnie's, they liked

-my work and it hangs on the walls.

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-was looking for local

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-It's surreal as a few months ago,

-I only did commissions at home.

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-It's great to see them in the cafe

-and get to hear people's opinions.

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-If you have a special location

-that's a house or a village...

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-..contact Sgetsh via Facebook

-or the website.

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-Sarah Louise joins us to continue

-her series on raising children.

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-Today, we've got tips for the

-first days that baby arrives home.

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-Everything is very new and the baby

-doesn't come with any guidelines!

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-Tell us about

-your personal experiences.

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-I was in hospital for a week

-after having Nora.

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-By the time I was home,

-I was used to the sleepless nights.

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-However, it was much easier

-being at home with the baby.

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-We could do what we wanted,

-when we wanted.

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-Parents also have travel home

-from the hospital.

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-Travelling home with

-a baby is quite a task.

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-You need a special car seat.

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-Halfords have a service to fit

-the car seat in the car.

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-It took us two hours to leave

-the hospital after being discharged.

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-We couldn't figure out the seat!

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-You also have a special,

-handy cushion.

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-There was a special cushion

-that was very handy for me.

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-If you've had a C-section...

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-..the cushion will support

-the weight of the baby.

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-It was also handy

-as I was breastfeeding.

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-She could sleep in the cushion too.

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-Lowri Davies is the mother of Beca

-who is nine months old.

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-Lowri says that the best advice

-she was given...

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-..was to accept all offers of help

-during those first few weeks.

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-She says that it helped to have

-meals from grandparents and friends.

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-Lowri accepted all offers of help

-from the washing to the cooking...

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-..to making tea for visitors.

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-Lowri also states that it's best

-to avoid eating too much fruit...

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-..during those first few weeks

-when you're breastfeeding.

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-Do you agree with this?

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-Yes, that's very true.

-Fruit can give the baby colic.

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-Our thanks to Lowri Davies

-for her message.

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-Ellie Jones has sent us

-this video clip.

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-Don't worry about

-establishing bad habits...

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-..like giving the baby

-too many cuddles...

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-..or allowing them

-to oversleep during the day.

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-You'll eventually settle

-into a routine.

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-However, if you worry too much,

-you won't enjoy those first months.

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-When I felt relaxed and content...

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-..that's when I started to enjoy

-my baby's first special months.

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-Thanks to Ellie

-for sending us that video.

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-Ellie says not to stress out.

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-Everything works out in the end.

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-Don't stress when you arrive home.

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-You can worry about

-establishing patterns...

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-..but it takes over your life.

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-Stay in your pyjamas, watch

-television and cuddle your baby.

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-The baby feels stressed

-if you are stressed.

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-Enjoy your time at home with them.

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-Every baby is different

-so find what works with you.

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-Welcome back.

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-Next, we continue to mark

-Mental Health Awareness Week.

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-We're joined by Dr Elin Jones, the

-chairperson of the charity, Hafal.

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-Welcome to the programme, Dr Elin.

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-Thank you.

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-Tell us more about the charity

-and the people it helps.

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-Hafal is Wales' leading charity...

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-..for people with serious

-mental illness and their carers.

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-It can include depression and

-schizophrenia.

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-We've extended recently.

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-These are illnesses that can have

-tragic consequences.

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-This year,

-there's a special campaign.

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-We run a campaign every year.

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-Hafal's current campaign

-is called Forces For Change.

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-Forces For Change is a campaign

-that's led by veterans for veterans.

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-These are people who have had

-horrific experiences...

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-..as part of their daily jobs.

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-It can effect these people and

-their families.

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-We will listen

-to their experiences...

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-..and ideas about how

-to improve that support.

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-The Forces For Change campaign isn't

-about establishing new groups...

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-..but uniting all

-the current support groups.

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-Veterans and those from the

-emergency services will meet...

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-..and we hope they can chat

-about their problems...

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-..and learn where to find help.

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-It's important for them to know

-that they are not alone.

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-The Forces For Change campaign

-is being launched on 11 May...

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-..at the Norwegian Church

-in Cardiff Bay.

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-Following the launch

-of the campaign...

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-..there will be support events

-in all the counties of Wales...

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-..which means that everyone should

-have an event in their vicinity.

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-The events will encourage people

-to share their experiences...

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-..and offer suggestions

-on improving the service.

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-At the end

-of the Forces For Change campaign...

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-..we'll publish a review based on

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-We take the experiences

-of those people with PTSD...

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-..and use their information...

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-..on how to help those people who

-are going through dark periods.

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-People need to have a place to go.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-They need to go somewhere...

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-..that will help them to move

-forward with their lives.

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-It's important to move forward.

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-We have the Gellinudd Recovery

-Centre.

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-It's a recovery centre.

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-You have personal experiences

-with mental health issues.

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-I started work with the charity...

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-..after my husband committed

-suicide.

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-His weaknesses were stronger

-than himself.

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-He loved me and the world.

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-It was a terrible time

-because of this illness.

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-I wanted to help others.

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-I wanted to help those who had been

-through the same experience.

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-It's helped me to chat about Gwyn.

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-It keeps him alive.

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-I hope it helps other people.

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-Mental Health Awareness Week

-is very important.

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-We need to highlight these issues.

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-Mental health

-can be a lonely illness.

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-I know that watching a programme

-does help.

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-The charity is grateful for your

-support.

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-Thank you, Dr Elin.

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-After the break, we hear why some

-blue gloves and cranberry glass...

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-..are important to the actress,

-Olwen Rees.

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-Don't move a muscle!

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-.

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-Thank you.

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-Olwen is here to chat about

-some of her prized possessions.

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-You live on the outskirts

-of Cardiff now.

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-Where are you from originally?

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-I live on the outskirts

-of Cardiff...

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-..but I'm originally from

-Caernarfon.

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-I loved to Llandudno

-to be a teacher...

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-..before moving to Cardiff in 1968.

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-I've been in Cardiff ever since.

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-You like to travel.

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-Yes, I enjoy visiting places.

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-The actress, Christine Pritchard and

-myself like to go away for a week...

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-..for a cultural holiday.

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-This is a photograph of Venice

-in a Moreno frame.

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-I've been to Venice twice,

-Florence and Madrid.

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-I'm also going to Vienna

-next Monday.

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-How lovely.

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-When we went to Venice,

-I bought this photograph.

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-I love it.

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-Do you enjoy relaxing

-on these trips?

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-We have a lot of fun on our trips.

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-On our second trip to Venice...

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-..we rented an apartment.

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-It was 58 steps down to the street.

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-It was so long

-we didn't want to walk back.

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-They wanted to show us

-the kitchen...

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-..but we would only use it

-for breakfast.

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-Tell us more about the glass.

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-I'm a big fan of glass items.

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-I think I inherited my fondness

-of glass from my mother.

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-This item reminds me of my mother.

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-When I used to go away,

-I always would bring her glass back.

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-This piece would be placed

-in the centre of the table...

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-..and you could put

-flowers or candles in them.

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-This is the only piece that I have.

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-I love the colours.

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-Your mother was a famous name

-from the past.

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-My mother was an early name

-in broadcasting in Wales.

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-I've inherited her love for glass.

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-Tell us about the gloves.

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-These gloves

-are very important to me.

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-When we moved in to our house,

-there was no garden.

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-Jon, my husband wanted a garden.

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-We've removed the stones

-that were in the ground...

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-..and we've built steps

-and terraces to the garden.

0:39:300:39:36

-I get the job of weeding.

0:39:360:39:38

-I know my place.

0:39:380:39:41

-are perfect for weeding.

0:39:420:39:44

-I love spending time in the garden.

0:39:440:39:54

-If you weed, you will know

-it can be difficult to know...

0:39:540:39:59

-..what you remove with thick gloves.

0:40:000:40:10

-If I go somewhere that will hurt me,

-I use harder gloves.

0:40:160:40:21

-This is a way for me to switch off.

0:40:210:40:24

-I enjoy developing my career.

0:40:240:40:31

-You've been very busy recently.

0:40:310:40:34

-Yes, I spent two months

-at the Royal Court in Liverpool.

0:40:350:40:39

-I played the role of a Welsh woman.

0:40:390:40:49

-The character was meant to be

-from Yorkshire originally...

0:40:500:40:56

-..but they told me to do

-a Welsh accent instead.

0:40:560:41:01

-It was in the Golden Oldies.

0:41:010:41:04

-I performed in the Patrick Jones

-drama, Before I leave...

0:41:040:41:07

-..at the Sherman in Cardiff.

0:41:080:41:09

-..with Theatr Pena and we hope it

-will tour from February.

0:41:130:41:19

-Enjoy Vienna!

0:41:190:41:21

-That's all we have time for today.

0:41:220:41:24

-Tomorrow, one lucky viewer enjoys

-a makeover from Huw and the team.

0:41:240:41:28

-Alison Huw looks at a gluten free

-diet for those with Coeliac disease.

0:41:280:41:33

-The Reading Club reviews the book

-Dwr Yn Yr Afon by Heiddwen Tomos.

0:41:330:41:38

-Cefn Gwlad follows

-the news and weather on S4C.

0:41:380:41:41

-Dai Jones meets Thomas Jones Vaughan

-Edwards in the South of France.

0:41:410:41:46

-Enjoy the rest of your day.

0:41:460:41:48

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0:41:500:41:50

Byddwn yn trafod y cyflwr coeliac a bydd gwylwraig lwcus yn cael gweddnewidiad. We'll discuss what effect being coeliac has on the diet and a lucky viewer gets a makeover.


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