Wed, 24 May 2017 Prynhawn Da


Wed, 24 May 2017

Byddwn yn rhannu cyngor am fwyd i helpu gydag adolygu, a bydd gwyliwr lwcus yn cael gweddnewidiad. Advice on food that can help with revision, and a lucky viewer gets a makeover.


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-Subtitles

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-We're half way through the week

-and it's great to have your company.

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-The weather is perfect for camping.

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-Yes, it is, and you can win camping

-equipment in our competition.

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-Call us on 08443 35 12 44

-before 3.00pm today.

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-We'll give you the question shortly.

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-This is what we have for you.

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-We hear of the current exhibition

-at the Brynberian Community Centre.

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-Bridgend welcomes the youth of Wales

-to the Urdd Eisteddfod in five days.

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-We hear of the

-last-minute preparations...

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-..from the Chair of the

-Executive Committee, Tegwen Elis.

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-We open the covers of

-our Book Club with Bethan Mair.

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-Alison Huw is here with ideas

-of brain food to help your study.

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-We've got plenty to discuss

-during the next 50 minutes.

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-First, the lucky person to receive

-a makeover today is Bethan Walters.

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-Welcome to Prynhawn Da.

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-Thank you.

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-You live in Nantgaredig

-but where are you from originally?

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-I'm from Llandybie originally.

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-I've been in Nantgaredig

-for about eight years.

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-You were struck by arthritis

-20 years ago.

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-I suffer from osteo arthritis.

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-I've also got rheumatoid arthritis.

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-My bones swell and stiffen.

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-It can be quite painful.

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-I've had a new hip.

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-I had to wait six years get

-a new hip.

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-My hip feels much better.

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-This condition doesn't run

-through my family.

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-It started off as flu symptoms.

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-It took nine months to diagnose.

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-They thought it was blood poisoning.

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-I got a test for arthritis

-and had a flare up.

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-My joints had swollen.

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-I went to see a consultant

-about the condition.

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-It's changed my life.

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-I can't use buttons and zips.

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-I couldn't move my arm.

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-It can be challenging.

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-I couldn't even hold a cup

-at one stage.

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-I like fashion.

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-I like to feel smart

-and comfortable.

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-I'm also adventurous!

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-My hair is spiky

-because it's easier to manage.

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-I can't use a hairdryer

-because it's too heavy.

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-I look forward to being pampered!

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-Next, we visit the village of

-Brynberian in North Pembrokeshire.

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-The community centre is a former

-school that opened in the 1970s.

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-It's offered a host of events for

-residents in the area and beyond.

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-Their latest event is an exhibition

-and we heard more about it.

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-The building was the village school

-until it was closed 1972.

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-Since then, the children have gone

-to school in the nearby Eglwyswrw.

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-The good news is that it was bought

-by the community...

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-..to be used by locals as the

-village lacked anything like it.

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-It's formed a great community

-and is a very successful centre.

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-This centre is home to many things

-from local Eisteddfods to yoga.

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-Over the coming days, it's also

-welcoming a very special exhibition.

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-This exhibition is full

-of paintings, prints, jewellery...

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-..and woodwork made from wood

-sourced from the Tycanol Woodlands.

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-It features items from the area

-that I didn't know existed!

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-There's even a piece made

-from the teapots of the old school.

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-It's wonderful that artists use old

-school items and turn them into art.

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-We're so lucky to live in an area

-that boasts so many artists.

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-It's such a rural area that

-we don't often know our neighbours.

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-This is an opportunity to meet our

-neighbours and learn about them.

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-This exhibition has amazed many

-people in terms of our skills.

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-As well as exhibiting and

-making friends in the local area...

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-..the centre offers the artists

-the opportunity to learn Welsh.

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-I'm learning Welsh and

-live at Brynberian with my family.

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-I work as an artist in the area

-and enjoy meeting others artists.

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-It's very important to meet

-other artists working in the area...

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-..because we all work by ourselves

-in our little workshops.

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-It's lovely to come out and meet

-everybody and make something lovely.

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-I'm delighted to be able to exhibit

-alongside other interesting artists.

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-I hope to exhibit here again.

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-I've met some wonderful people

-at this exhibition.

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-We're very proud of this community.

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-It's important to have a place

-where we can all gather.

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-The artists from the exhibition

-are all here today...

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-..and it's proof

-of the site's importance.

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-There's a lot of local talent

-and it's wonderful to do this.

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-Don't forget to visit

-the exhibition at Brynberian.

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-It runs until 4 June and is open

-from 11.00am to 5.00pm every day.

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-Bethan has arrived

-in the makeover corner.

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-After the break, we'll have

-an update from Huw and the team.

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-And we count down to the

-Urdd Eisteddfod in Bridgend.

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-Welcome back.

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-Bethan Walters is in the safe hands

-of Huw and the makeover team.

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-Everything's going great

-and Bethan is an easy recipient.

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-Her illness brings its problems.

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-Bethan can't raise her arms

-to wash her hair.

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-She can't blow-dry her hair

-or even brush it.

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-You have to wash it in the shower.

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-When you have a haircut,

-you can't lie back over the sink.

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-My mother is exactly the same

-and comes to me for a haircut.

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-She's very lucky to have me!

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-Maybe Ruth will offer

-to style your hair every week!

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-What are you doing, Ruth?

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-We'll cut it short, style it with

-some gel or wax and leave it to dry.

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-Bethan does something similar now

-and spikes her hair.

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-Bethan can also be

-quite adventurous.

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-We've got some sprays that

-are used after washing your hair.

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-It's acts like a toner

-and I've applied it to my fringe.

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-This is an ice, greyish colour.

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-I haven't applied it to my hair

-as this is my natural colour!

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-This strawberry colour

-creates a pink tint.

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-You'll have to be careful at home

-as you have problems holding items.

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-Don't squeeze it too hard

-in case it goes everywhere!

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-Bethan has sensitive skin, Patricia.

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-She has problems in handling

-and applying her make-up.

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-Bethan told me that

-she applies some blusher.

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-We want to keep it simple

-and fuss-free.

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-There are plenty of

-suitable products available.

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-This chubby stick from Clinique

-is applied to your cheeks and lips.

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-Make sure the colour

-is suitable to apply to the eyes.

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-They're available on the high street

-at various prices.

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-There's a cream blusher

-which you apply with your fingers.

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-You tend to apply foundation

-with a brush.

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-Yes, use a sponge or your fingers.

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-You can rub it into the skin

-and you can feel the foundation.

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-You don't know how you'll feel

-from day to day.

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-You may have to go somewhere

-and are unable to apply make-up.

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-It can be quite awkward for you.

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-I won't wear make-up

-and just apply lipstick.

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-Patricia will do her best

-to show you how to apply it.

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-The plastic buttons on these sprays

-are easier to use.

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-They also come in a tub

-and it's a gel to rub in your hair.

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-Ruth will take you

-through the steps.

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-You'll look stylish

-rather than a clown!

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-When we return to the studio,

-Bethan will look a lot different.

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-We can't wait to see the results

-at the end of the programme.

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-I don't know about pink hair!

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-In less than week, thousands of

-youngsters will flock to Bridgend...

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-..to compete

-in the 2017 Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-Our guest has worked tirelessly

-in preparation for the occasion.

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-Tegwen Elis was appointed the

-Chair of the Executive Committee.

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-Are you ready for next week?

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-I feel I can see the light

-at the end of the tunnel.

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-I will become the chairperson after

-leaving my role at school next week.

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-The Urdd offers

-the invitation to hold the event.

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-There's so much preparation

-for the festival.

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-Yes, and we had to make sure

-that we could accommodate it.

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-The Urdd is at the site of the

-Pencoed Campus of Bridgend College.

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-We asked the college for their

-permission to use the site.

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-It's quite a convenient location.

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-It's just off the M4.

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-The field turns into

-a youth festival for an entire week.

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-We've roped in the locals.

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-We must thank them for their help

-in raising money and awareness.

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-The Welsh language is strong

-in the areas.

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-We've explained what the Eisteddfod

-is about to non-Welsh speakers.

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-The 2017 Urdd Eisteddfod Crown has

-arrived at the Prynhawn Da studio.

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-This year's Crown

-was made by Iolo Edgar.

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-He lives in Bridgend.

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-We told Iolo what kind of Crown

-we wanted.

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-Iolo has also made a collection of

-jewellery that's available to buy.

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-Iolo has captured the spirit of the

-area in the Crown and the jewellery.

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-There are only eight of these

-necklaces available now!

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-The 2017 Urdd Eisteddfod Chair

-was donated by Ysgol Llangynwyd.

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-It was created by a teacher called

-Osian Roberts.

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-It's quite a heavy piece.

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-Let's hope someone

-is worthy to have it.

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-Tickets are still available for the

-opening ceremony on Sunday 28 May.

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-The opening concert on Sunday 28 May

-will be hosted by Sian Lloyd.

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-Sophie Evans, Only Boys Aloud,

-Dawnswyr Bro Taf...

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-..Steffan Rhys Hughes, Cor Adran

-Bro Taf and Rhydian Jenkins perform.

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-We're still appealing for volunteers

-to help us at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-Volunteers play a key role

-at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-They have helped raise money

-and awareness of the event.

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-There's been a shortage of stewards.

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-We are starting to get a few names.

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-Many teachers are helping out.

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-The opening concert includes a show

-by local primaries and a youth show.

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-The t-shirt is part of that

-performance.

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-The primary show is

-on the Tuesday night.

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-It's called Sioe Brachu.

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-There's also a handy app to download

-with details of the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-There's plenty still to come today

-including our Book Club.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Prynhawn Da.

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-In a moment, Alison Huw has foods

-that eases the stresses of exams.

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-We reveal Bethan's new look after

-her day with the makeover team.

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-Stay tuned for all this.

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-Today, we're looking back whilst

-looking to the future...

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-..as we open the covers

-of our Book Club with Bethan Mair.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-We start by looking back at the past

-with the Bedwen Lyfrau Festival.

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-The Bedwen Lyfrau was held

-over the weekend in Aberystwyth.

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-It was the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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-What is Bedwen Lyfrau?

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-This is a festival

-for Welsh publishers.

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-It's a festival that has

-been running for 14 years.

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-This festival is for

-launching books...

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-..as well as workshops.

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-It's usually held in May.

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-It travels around the country.

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-It was very successful this year.

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-I chose the

-Book of the Bedwen Lyfrau...

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-..which was my book of the year.

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-This came on the back of the

-questions that have risen...

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-..surrounding the future of

-the Wales Book of the Year.

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-The winning book was my choice.

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-I praised it to the clouds

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-My book of the year

-was Pantywennol by Ruth Richards.

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-It's an incredible novel.

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-Pantywennol

-is set in the 19th century.

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-This is the first novel

-by Ruth Richards.

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-It's a very modern novel...

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-..in terms of the topics

-that are discussed.

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-It's about the role of women...

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-..and their future.

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-Let's look to the future

-with the Tir na n-Og Award.

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-I'm one of the judges

-for this year's Tir na n-Og Award.

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-Last year's books

-are being judged now.

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-The Tir na n-Og Award is given

-to original work for children...

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-..in both the Welsh

-and English language.

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-The winner of the Tir na n-Og Award

-will be announced on 1 June...

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-..at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

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-Let's take a look

-at some of the nominees.

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-ABC Byd Natur by Luned Aaron

-is one of the shortlisted books.

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-Anni Llyn has penned

-Dim Ond Traed Brain.

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-Dim Ond Traed Brain contains

-illustrations by Valerie Leblond.

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-There's Deg Chwedl o Gymru

-by Meinir Wyn Edwards.

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-This is a great book to read

-in the evening.

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-There's Yr Argae Haearn

-by Myrddin ap Dafydd.

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-We have Pluen by Manon Steffan Ros.

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-The two novels are excellent.

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-These books are more

-than just for children.

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-What about the standard?

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-The quality of the books

-is incredible.

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-It's important that these books...

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-..are all original pieces.

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-These awards

-are not for adaptations.

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-It's a skill in itself

-to adapt a novel.

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-Tegwen spoke about families...

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-..who send their children

-to Welsh language schools.

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-These adaptations

-are very important.

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-Parents know what their child

-will expect.

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-After reading the adaptations...

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-..they can choose

-to read original books.

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-This week on Heno,

-we meet all the authors...

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-..who are shortlisted

-for the Tir na n-Og Award.

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-The winner of the Tir na n-Og Award

-will be announced on 1 June.

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-It's a Bank Holiday weekend, there's

-the Urdd Eisteddfod next week...

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-..and the weather is set to improve.

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-Steff the weatherman has the details

-of our competition prize.

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-Hello, I'm Steff the weatherman

-and it's glorious out here today.

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-Summer is approaching

-and the days are longer.

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-This prize is ideal for me and those

-who enjoy camping and the outdoors.

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-There's everything from

-a sleeping bag to keep you warm...

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-..and a camping mat

-to stay comfortable.

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-There's something to keep the

-children quiet in the tent.

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-You can dine on the barbecue

-and eat out of some fine crockery.

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-That's the prize but my ice cream

-is melting so I need to eat it!

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-To win that amazing prize simply

-answer the following question:

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-Where is this year's Lions tour?

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-1) Japan, 2) France

-or 3) New Zealand?

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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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-Our phone lines close at 3.00pm.

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-Entrants must be aged 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-as you may still be charged.

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-Email [email protected] or

-visit the S4C website for all terms.

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-It's as simple as that

-so get dialling now!

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-Tonight's Heno is live at 7.00pm

-from Galeri, Caernarfon.

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-Wednesday on Heno means one thing -

-Fancy A Fortune?

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-# Fancy A Fortune? #

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-The lines open at 7.00pm and you

-could win 1,000 in Fancy A Fortune?

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-The person spinning the wheel

-is yet to be decided.

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-You can cast your vote

-on the Heno Twitter account.

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-Will it be the Radio Cymru

-morning presenter, Aled Hughes...

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-..or the farmer, Gareth Wyn Jones?

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-I'm sure either of them

-will bring you some luck.

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-Rhodri Davies also marks 40 years

-since the first Star Wars film.

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-We meet another artist nominated

-for this year's Tir na n-Og Award.

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-The interior designer, Mandy Watkins

-has an array of items...

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-..that can be used both indoors

-and outdoors.

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-There's also an appeal

-from Gareth Thomas.

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-The former rugby player and runner

-is looking for 100 young people...

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-..to train for one of the biggest

-races of the year.

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-Join Mari and Rhodri

-for all this and more at 7.00pm.

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-We're going back to school

-and college after the break...

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-..as Alison has some helpful hints

-for your revision.

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-No, she isn't writing essays

-but has food to help your brain.

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-We reveal Bethan Walters' new look

-after her makeover today.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back.

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-We're in the depths

-of the exam season...

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-..so Alison is focusing

-on brain food today!

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-Exams can be very stressful.

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-It's extra important that you look

-after yourself during exams...

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-..ensuring that you eat properly

-and correctly...

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-..as this helps the brain

-to work at its best.

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-It can be a busy time so you should

-not skip meals.

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-Avoid eating large meals

-as it will only make you sleepy.

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-Rosemary has had a lot

-of press attention lately.

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-A Northumbria university

-carried out tests on rosemary...

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-..and since publishing their

-findings on his memory qualities...

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-..the sales of rosemary

-has gone through the roof!

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-Place sprigs of rosemary

-in boiling water...

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-..and it releases all the

-much-needed oils in the herb.

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-Rosemary isn't just for lamb!

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-It's best to eat small meals

-at regular intervals...

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-..as it helps to maintain

-the sugar levels in your body.

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-People vary but it's best to take

-a break after about 90 minutes.

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-Studies show that short breaks

-of ten minutes...

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-..helps people to persevere

-with their studies.

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-It's important

-to drink plenty of water.

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-Studies show that

-when you're dehydrated...

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-..it can affect

-your ability to concentrate.

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-You could keep a bottle of water

-on your desk...

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-..to ensure you drink water

-regularly.

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-You can buy bottles that show

-how much you drink during the day.

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-Some schools allow children

-to take water into exams.

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-These bottles are great

-for everyone.

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-On the day of your exam, it's

-important to have breakfast...

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-..to ensure you give the body

-and brain enough energy.

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-It's important to give the body

-the fuel it needs to operate.

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-Porridge with berries helps

-to boost your levels of vitamin C.

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-Blackberries are very effective in

-terms of helping short-term memory.

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-It's important to have meals

-that can be prepared quickly...

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-..and are nutritious.

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-Hummus is a great source of protein.

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-The vegetables quench your thirst

-and are filling.

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-Peanut butter is full of protein

-and good oils for the brain.

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-Opt for a light lunch

-such as poached egg and avocado.

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-Eggs contain choline

-that helps the brain.

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-Oily fish is excellent

-for the brain.

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-You can have mackerel or salmon.

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-These are great.

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-You can also buy ready-made pots.

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-You could enjoy a cucumber

-and cheese sandwich.

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-Opt for nuts, seeds, granola bars or

-popcorn for your afternoon break.

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-Seeds are full of good fat

-and release energy gradually.

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-An hour before bed, have a snack

-that is full of carbohydrates.

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-Your supper should contain a protein

-that is high in tryptophan...

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-..that aids sleep.

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-Broccoli is a great source

-of vitamin K...

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-..helps to boost the way the brain

-processes information.

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-Thank you, Alison.

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-Bethan Walters from Nantgaredig

-has been enjoying a makeover today.

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-..Huw can remind us

-of how she looked earlier.

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-The clothing slips on easily

-and has layers.

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-Her bum-bag compensates a handbag

-and there's leggings and flat shoes.

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-Let's take a look at Bethan now.

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-Wow!

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-You look incredible.

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-How do you feel?

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-I've had a great day.

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-I've really enjoyed it.

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-I feel funky!

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-Tell us about the outfit, Huw.

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-I haven't worked miracles.

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-Bethan is restricted

-with some of her clothes.

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-She gave me a list of things

-that she couldn't wear...

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-..that included buttons and zips.

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-She struggles to stand

-for this long.

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-This is one piece.

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-Bethan would wear a t-shirt

-with a dress and leggings...

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-I love the colour.

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-I was expecting pink hair!

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-It's baby pink.

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-There's also a touch of silver.

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-Where can you get these sprays?

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-The sprays can be bought online

-or at Sally's in Trostre.

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-It also helps to stop blonde hair

-from looking brassy!

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-Which make-up products

-have you used, Patricia?

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-Bethan couldn't wear mascara.

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-I've got some pink

-and silver eye shadow.

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-I've used the tweezers

-to remove any unwanted hair.

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-There's some lipstick

-and blusher too.

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-I struggle with make-up.

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-I'll try to slap this on.

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-I needed to be pampered.

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-I've had a great afternoon.

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-You have a party this weekend.

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-I'm going to

-a cheese and wine afternoon...

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-..and the same

-on Saturday and Sunday.

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-I wanted to thank my friends

-for all their help.

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-They have helped me

-since my divorce.

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-I'm also 60 on Monday!

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-We hope you've enjoyed your day

-on Prynhawn Da.

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-On tomorrow's programme, there's

-more fashion advice from Huw.

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-Dr Ann discusses bites

-and staying healthy in the heat.

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-Catrin Reynolds looks at the

-latest magazine stories.

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-Ar y Lein with Bethan Gwanas follows

-the news and weather.

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-Until tomorrow, it's a very

-good afternoon to you all.

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Byddwn yn rhannu cyngor am fwyd i helpu gydag adolygu, a bydd gwyliwr lwcus yn cael gweddnewidiad. Advice on food that can help with revision, and a lucky viewer gets a makeover.


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