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-Hello and welcome to your
-Wednesday edition of Prynhawn Da.
-I think it's Wednesday!
-I don't know if it's Tuesday
-It's great to have a shorter week
-and such fine weather too.
-This is what we have for you today.
-We learn about Welsh medium beauty
-courses for our young people.
-It's Easter so we're looking at
-children's books in our Book Club.
-Our resident pharmacist, Cathy Irons
-discusses the pill.
-Alison Huw has tips on entertaining
-the children in the kitchen.
-Huw focuses on
-white and pale blue garments.
-I'm dressed appropriately
-for the day!
-Join Llinos and me for all this
-and more on today's Prynhawn Da.
-We start the programme
-with our first guest of the day.
-is facing quite a challenge.
-Tell us a little bit about yourself.
-I'm from Aberystwyth.
-I'm currently in my second year...
-..of studying physiotherapy
-at Birmingham University.
-I'm going to be working abroad.
-Tell us more about your challenge.
-At the end of June...
-..I'll be going to work in an
-orthopaedic hospital in Tanzania.
-I'll be working at the largest
-orthopaedic hospital in Tanzania...
-There's over 49 doctors and
-..so there's a lot of staff.
-The orthopaedic department
-at the hospital in Dar Es Salaam...
-..is currently very short-staffed.
-Why did you choose Tanzania?
-The course in Birmingham said we
-could go to anywhere in the world.
-I chose Tanzania
-because of the various cases.
-A lot of the patients I'll treat
-at the hospital in Dar Es Salaam...
-..have had car accidents,
-accidents at work and serious burns.
-How do the hospitals in Tanzania
-differ from those in Wales?
-It's quite old-fashioned
-..in terms of their equipment.
-They are very well qualified.
-However, they need more beds.
-The doctors speak English.
-The main language of the country
-What are you hoping
-to learn from this experience?
-My biggest challenge is going to be
-working in the hospital.
-It doesn't have
-any air conditioning.
-The facilities are quite
-I'll have to work long hours too.
-My father is a surgeon.
-He's been working in Aberystwyth
-for many years.
-He's also specialized
-in the orthopaedic field.
-Tell us about the funds you're going
-to be raising.
-I need to raise about 500
-for hospital equipment.
-They need this equipment.
-They are simple things that we take
-for granted in this country.
-They don't have them
-in that country.
-The JustGiving page
-has been on the page.
-You can donate to the cause on
-my page of the Just Giving website.
-All the money I'm raising is going
-towards the hospital.
-It's quite a challenge.
-Speaking Swahili is going
-to be a bit of challenge.
-This is something new
-for the university too.
-We have somewhere to live.
-There's also going to be a minibus
-to take us to the hospital.
-How much do you need to raise?
-I hope to raise about 500
-but anything will help.
-I hope to see things
-that I've never seen before.
-Come back and tell us about it.
-Good luck to you.
-The beauty industry in Wales
-Welsh Language Initiative...
-..has joined forces
-with the Cardiff and Vale College...
-..to educate the next generation
-through the medium of Welsh.
-Our cameras visited one of their
-Easter courses to find out more.
-a new partnership...
-..between the Cardiff Initiative
-and the Cardiff and Vale College.
-We're hosting hair and make-up
-workshops for local school children.
-We're aiming to run more Welsh
-or bilingual course in the college.
-This will promote the language and
-we can show what we have to offer.
-Children can speak Welsh outside
-of school and on a social stage.
-It's important for them to enjoy it
-and it will come naturally.
-Years Seven to Nine...
-..so they can see the courses
-that are available to them in Welsh.
-We can also support the college
-by promoting bilingualism.
-We have a bilingual
-..so the pupils can learn about
-beauty through the medium of Welsh.
-They can also study with us
-as part of their GCSEs...
-..so it's really important to secure
-the future of the language...
-..and they can see the purpose
-of speaking the language.
-I'm in my second year
-of studying hair and make-up.
-I go to college once a week to learn
-new hairstyles and nail procedures.
-It's a great place
-and you learn a lot.
-It also helps to be
-with experienced people.
-It's exactly the same as if I was
-to study hairdressing later in life.
-Learning through the medium of Welsh
-will help me get Welsh jobs.
-My favourite task
-was painting the nails.
-It was great.
-I think it will help Mam...
-..because she goes to big parties
-and I can show her how to do this.
-I'm doing Dutch braids on a doll.
-You have three strands of hair...
-..and add an extra one each time
-you cross over to give the pattern.
-I enjoy doing hair and Nain asked me
-about this and I said "Yes!"
-I like doing hair and
-do the hair of my friends in school.
-I've learnt to paint nails
-because I wasn't very good at it.
-It was a great experience
-and I think it was amazing!
-Many children don't get the chance
-to speak Welsh or learn new skills.
-I'm delighted to hear them speaking
-Welsh and learning new skills.
-They love it
-and it's wonderful to see.
-That's an excellent idea!
-The children looked as though
-they were having a great time.
-After the break, we open our Book
-Club to discuss children's books.
-It's the perfect item
-for the holidays.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-It's time to open the covers
-of our Book Club...
-..to look at an array
-of children's books...
-..with Delyth Ifan from
-the Educational Resource Publisher.
-Welcome to the programme, Delyth.
-Tell us a bit about
-the Educational Resource Publisher.
-The company publishes resources
-in both Welsh and English...
-..in most subjects in key stages.
-We started publishing books
-for the classroom...
-..but also publish books and eBooks.
-Let's take a look at
-some of the books...
-..that are published by the
-Educational Resource Publisher.
-Nansi a Nel is a series of books
-by Roslyn Schwartz...
-..that has been translated
-There are ten books
-in the Nansi a Nel series.
-The Nansi a Nel books are aimed
-at children aged three to five.
-Nansi a Nel are playful characters
-who enjoy all sorts of adventures.
-They are very attractive too.
-My son likes a lot of pictures
-in his books.
-These books are great.
-Publishing has developed.
-The books look better these days.
-What about Jac a Jes?
-There are eight books
-in the Jac a Jes series.
-There are books about adventures...
-..and other books
-that are full of facts.
-It's a fun way to learn facts.
-Jac a Jes is aimed at children...
-..who are learning Welsh
-as a second language.
-The books are aimed at children aged
-five to eleven.
-These are small books.
-They are a great size for children.
-They are great in classes
-and for families.
-The books are very colourful.
-Ann Lloyd Cooper
-did all the illustrations.
-A lot of children read
-These are great for them.
-Yes, and you can buy them
-in the form of eBooks.
-You can download a lot of things
-linked with these books.
-We've also got novels.
-Gwaed y Gwanwyn is a book
-by Gareth F Williams.
-This is one of my favourite novels.
-Gwaed y Gwanwyn is aimed at children
-of secondary school age...
-..which is about
-eleven to sixteen...
-for both boys and girls.
-Gwaed y Gwanwyn
-is a detective novel...
-..that is full of tension
-It's one of six books
-but my personal favourite.
-It's for those in their early teens.
-Are there more Welsh books available
-for teens these days?
-There's more books for teens
-It's very difficult to encourage
-teens to read.
-You need something that is going
-to encourage them to read.
-There's more choice of books
-out there for them.
-Manon Steffan Ros and Jon Gower
-are preparing novels for teens...
-..at the moment.
-We've got some talented authors
-There's also an interesting app.
-The app is based on the Gwastraff
-series of books...
-..that aim to encourage children
-to speak Welsh outside of school.
-It's all based on waste.
-After completing each task,
-the child can collect a star...
-..that contains an interesting fact
-about recycling and waste.
-It's aimed at children
-aged five to seven.
-You can download the Gwastraff app
-from Google Play or the App Store.
-You can find the app on our website.
-There's details on the Gwales
-Thank you, Delyth.
-Thanks to everyone who has entered
-our spring photography competition.
-It's a glorious day so pop out, get
-snapping and send us your photos.
-You could win an iPad or television.
-The competition closes
-at the end of the month.
-Nature springs to life,
-the days are getting longer...
-..the flowers are in bloom...
-..so there's ample opportunities
-for you to enter our competition.
-Post them to Prynhawn Da, Tinopolis,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-Email them to
-You can also contact us
-via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
-Search for PrynhawnDaS4C
-and good luck.
-and send us your entries.
-Rhodri Owen from the Heno team
-has joined us in the studio.
-Welcome to the programme, Rhodri.
-What delights have you got
-for us on tonight's Heno?
-The team for this year's Lions tour
-is being announced today.
-We're joined in the studio
-by Clive Rowlands...
-..to discuss the players
-who are going on the Lions tour.
-Julian Lewis Jones
-is in the studio...
-..to chat about a new programme
-on S4C all about bodybuilding.
-The programme follows Flex Lewis...
-..who has been dubbed
-the Schwarzenegger of Wales.
-We meet more of our brave viewers...
-..who are running
-the London Marathon on Sunday.
-Alun Williams ditches
-all the artificial sugars...
-..and samples some pure Welsh honey.
-It's Wednesday so we'll be playing
-Fancy A Fortune?
-One lucky viewer
-could walk away with 1,000!
-Sian and I will launch
-the competition at 7.00pm...
-..and set tonight's simple question.
-After the break, we're joined by our
-resident pharmacist, Cathy Irons.
-Alison Huw entertains the children
-in the kitchen over the holidays.
-Join us in a few minutes.
-It's time to open our pharmacy
-with Cathy Irons.
-Welcome to the programme, Cathy.
-Today, we're focussing on the pill.
-Some of the articles
-are quite negative.
-Make sure you read the entire
-article and not just the headline.
-There are problems.
-The level number of women
-in their teens who fall pregnant...
-The education that we give teens
-The contraceptive pill is important.
-One little article
-should be considered...
-..with all the other information.
-Make sure you go and see your doctor
-..if you're worried about your pill.
-You can change the pill to another.
-If you feel it causes depression
-for you, there is a way around it.
-Discussing the pill
-is still a taboo subject.
-We don't want it to be a
-People start getting embarrassed
-about subjects like this.
-Many people don't like to discuss
-the morning after pill.
-Many believe you have to go to the
-doctor for the morning after pill.
-But this is not the case.
-The morning after pill is available
-from the pharmacy.
-Women are worried that they will be
-judged when going to the pharmacy.
-But, we don't judge them.
-You have to pay for the morning
-after pill in England.
-This is not the case in Wales.
-We don't just offer this service
-Some people don't think
-it will happen to them...
-..but it can happen to anyone.
-These things happen.
-The morning after pill will settle
-It can be easier to speak to
-the pharmacist than the doctor.
-You don't have to go
-to your local doctor.
-Everything is confidential.
-We won't send the details
-to your doctor or parent.
-We want to work with young people
-as part of the Frazer Guidelines.
-Most of the women
-that I deal with are wives.
-Don't be embarrassed.
-I often have to tell people
-that they've waited for too long...
-..before coming to see us.
-We have to ask questions.
-We don't want
-to know your business...
-..but we just want to help you.
-We have to ask you the questions
-on our form.
-The longer you wait,
-the less effective it will be.
-It's best time to come
-to us in the first 24 hours.
-Don't worry but
-come in and see us.
-You will think that we haven't seen
-..but this isn't true.
-Don't be embarrassed.
-We want to help and advise you.
-We can also tell you
-what will happen afterwards.
-Some people are in danger
-and we can help them.
-Breaking the taboo is essential.
-Do you have a question for any
-of our experts on Prynhawn Da?
-It could be a medical issue
-for Cathy or Dr Ann.
-You might even have problems
-in your garden.
-It could be a fashion problem...
-..or you might just simply want
-to advertise one of your events.
-Contact us by calling 01554 880 880
-or email firstname.lastname@example.org
-You can contact us via Twitter,
-on Facebook or on Instagram.
-You can also write to Prynhawn Da,
-Park Street, Llanelli, SA15 3YE.
-We always enjoy hearing for you
-so make sure you contact us.
-You might even have a question
-for Alison and she joins us now.
-The children aren't returning
-to school until next Monday.
-There's plenty of time to make
-a mess in the kitchen with them.
-It doesn't matter how old
-your children are...
-..as there are simple ideas
-that will help them learn skills.
-There are many colourful ideas here.
-I'll take you back to my childhood
-and to one of Mam's tricks.
-Place some cream in a plastic cup
-with a tight lid...
-..to make homemade butter.
-You need to shake the cream to churn
-It can be a competition
-with your brothers or sisters.
-You will see it separate.
-It will give you fresh butter.
-This is a great breakfast or brunch.
-Start by preparing bread rolls
-You have to be heavy-handed
-to make certain types of bread.
-You don't want to kill the yeast.
-You can also release stress
-by doing this.
-You can use the small tins
-for the bread.
-Children like to have their own
-There's nothing better than
-fresh bread, homemade butter...
-..and a boiled egg.
-You can also choose a selection
-of blue, white or brown eggs.
-The eggs come in this blue colour.
-If you have white eggs, you can
-put them in food colouring...
-..and it won't change
-the flavour of the egg.
-You can have pink or blue eggs.
-These are ideal for breakfast.
-We all eat with our eyes.
-Colours and shapes interest us
-as much as the taste and quality.
-Children like colourful food.
-If you can,
-purchase colourful wraps...
-..which are made from spinach
-..and encourage the children
-to create a colourful lunch.
-This will introduce certain
-Give them a selection of finely
-..chicken, cheese, humus
-or vegetable puree.
-You can create colourful and
-nutritious food with your hands.
-You could also turn the vegetables
-into stripes or curls...
-..and have squash, buttermilk and
-pesto spaghetti with grated cheese.
-You can put a variety of vegetables
-in the wrap.
-You can add chicken or cheese,
-before cutting it in half.
-Children love to eat
-with their hands.
-Easter has come and gone...
-..and many houses across the
-country are filled with Easter eggs.
-Make sure you collect any spare
-chocolate after Easter.
-You might have a few spare eggs
-or pieces of chocolate.
-The advantage of chocolate is that
-you can reuse it and reshape it.
-After collecting the chocolate there
-are many things that you can do.
-To make chocolate bark,
-melt the different chocolate...
-..and pour into a tin.
-You can also add some nuts.
-You can decorate it with some
-coloured white chocolate.
-It can be very easy to make a bucket
-full of popcorn with little cost.
-All you need is a spoonful
-of sunflower oil...
-..and a handful or two
-of dry sweet corn.
-After the break, Huw has blue and
-white garments from the high street.
-It's time to take a look at the
-latest fashion pieces with Huw.
-We've got blue skies so it's apt
-that you've got blue garments.
-I'm following the theme today
-in my blue and white!
-I'm very impressed, Daf.
-Daf hasn't been on this item before.
-I would call the shirt a grey
-rather than blue.
-Denim is a big theme
-on the high street.
-Chambray is a light cotton
-You can imagine the women in France
-wearing all of the white garments.
-You have to make sure
-that the look is casual.
-You don't always have the sun
-but it will help.
-Megan would look leisurely wearing
-this around Trostre.
-You can see that the sleeves
-are buttoned up.
-I've teamed it
-with shorter trousers.
-There has been a problem
-with the shoes.
-Gucci has created a pair of loafers
-Many of the stores
-have tried to copy them.
-One company has been
-fined 10 million pounds today.
-These shoes are different.
-Megan needs to change.
-The look is fashionable
-but very casual.
-If you have a stylish partner,
-brother or father...
-..who have a large shirt like this,
-you could borrow it.
-It is very fashionable
-at the moment.
-It doesn't take much
-to upcycle them.
-I've found fabric glue.
-Llinos probably uses Wonderweb.
-If you want white accessories...
-..you have to make sure
-that they are durable.
-Tomorrow, I'm going to be looking at
-My friends have recently returned
-Chambray is very light.
-It's similar to cheesecloth.
-This will enable you
-to add accessories...
-..that have a bit of colour.
-The striped bag is wonderful.
-You can also team it
-with brighter colours.
-You don't have to spend a fortune.
-I go shopping and
-consider the ages of our viewers.
-The bag is from River Island.
-I was worrying Megan
-that wouldn't be ready.
-This outfit is wonderful.
-The stripe across the body
-helps the frill.
-Frills are a big theme this season.
-Don't worry if you don't want
-to show your shoulders...
-I would team this dress
-with a belt.
-These shoes have nothing to do
-with white and blue...
-..but I love them.
-They will look great in the summer
-with the dresses.
-Keep away from the metallics.
-This is a casual look.
-Thank you, Huw.
-What do you have
-for us tomorrow, Huw?
-Tomorrow, I'll be looking at
-Dr Ann opens the doors
-of her surgery.
-We also hear of the new campaign
-to recruit more Scout leaders.
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Cyngor ar sut i baratoi bwyd iach i'r teulu, a ffasiwn diweddaraf y stryd fawr. Advice on how to prepare healthy food for the family and Huw Ffash discusses the latest fashion trends.