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Mae pryder pawb yn amlwg wrth i'r newyddion am Aled gyrraedd yr ysgol. Everyone is concerned as news of Aled reaches the school, but after months of drug misuse things look pret...


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-I knew I didn't have a chance.

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-I knew I didn't have a chance.

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-It's just prejudice Bell.

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-There's nothing I can do about it.

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-Any sign of Gwydion Prydderch?

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-We've scored!

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-Why don't we meet to discuss it?

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-Good.

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-Good.

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-I want you to take early retirement.

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-What's going on with Llywela?

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-What's going on with Llywela?

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-What are you talking about?

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-Our caretaker says

-she's got personal problems.

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-What nonsense is that?

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-Hiya Llywela,

-I'm phoning to see if you're OK.

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-Why hasn't she sent it back?

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-It won't do you any good

-to become too dependent.

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-Are you OK?

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-Aled!

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-Ambulance, please.

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-Ceri, don't panic.

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-OK, we'll sort something out.

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-Dr Murphy is coming.

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-Dr Murphy?

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-Problem?

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-Problem?

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-It's Ceri.

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-Mr Jenkins is on his way

-to the hospital in an ambulance.

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-Alright?

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-OK?

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-What Dyl did earlier...

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-He was out of order.

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-He's still angry about everything.

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-He's still angry about everything.

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-I understand.

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-What I did was terrible,

-but I can't turn the clock back.

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-Have you seen Mr Huws anywhere?

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-Have you seen Mr Huws anywhere?

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-Sorry, miss.

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-Macs?

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-Macs?

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-Yeah?

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-Sorry, I just wanted to ask...

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-Any chance I can borrow

-your Chemistry notes?

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-I was totally lost.

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-I missed loads

-when I was at the unit.

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-Yeah, OK.

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-Thanks for this, Don. It was great.

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-I think I've found the perfect name.

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-I think I've found the perfect name.

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-Thanks.

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-I said it was a stupid idea!

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-Is everything OK?

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-Me and Mei will go and pick them up.

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-What's going on?

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-Donna has no idea and all Ceri

-said was that he'd collapsed.

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-What do you think is wrong, Math?

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-What do you think is wrong, Math?

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-I don't know.

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-Should we go to the hospital?

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-Should we go to the hospital?

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-There's no point panicking.

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-You need to watch

-your blood pressure.

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-Yes, but...

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-Yes, but...

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-I'm sure Aled will be fine.

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-Aled Jenkins, 34-year-old male,

-sudden collapse.

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-Two minutes of CPR, pin-point

-pupils detected, antidote given.

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-He's now stable, oxygenating 96%

-on two litres of oxygen.

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-This is all my fault.

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-This is all my fault.

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-You weren't to know it would happen.

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-He's going to be OK.

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-It'll be a false alarm.

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-He'll be fine.

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-There they are!

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-Is everyone OK?

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-Right, come on,

-let's get you lot home safe.

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-Are you OK?

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-I'll take these back to school.

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-Are you coming with me

-or going to the hospital?

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-Mei will take you.

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-Mei will take you.

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-The hospital.

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-Mei?

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-Call me when you get some news.

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-Llywela, it's me, again.

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-I'm starting to worry now.

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-I'm outside the house.

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-Are you home?

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-I'm off.

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-Call me if you hear

-anything about Aled.

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-OK, go. Don't worry.

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-Dad, can we do something tonight?

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-Like what?

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-Like what?

-

-I don't know.

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-We never do anything these days.

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-OK.

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-Go and revise for an hour and

-then we'll get some fish and chips.

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-Sit in.

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-Last of the big spenders!

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-What do you say, Macs?

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-No, thanks.

-I've got loads to revise.

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-What's wrong with him?

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-Don't ask me.

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-Llywela?

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-Are you OK?

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-Just something

-I should've done years ago.

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-Graham...

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-He went to his grave

-without knowing the truth about me.

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-I never told him...

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-I never told him...

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-Hey.

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-Come on, let's go and sit down.

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-It's not like I'm in

-any rush to go home.

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-What's taking so long?

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-Miss Gravelle?

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-How is he?

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-Stable, but lucky to be alive

-under the circumstances.

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-Can I see him?

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-Just to warn you, he's weak and

-confused, but of course, follow me.

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-Shall I wait for you?

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-Shall I wait for you?

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-No, you get back.

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-Thanks for everything, Mei.

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-Ring me if you need a lift home.

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-Ring me if you need a lift home.

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-OK.

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-Hey, you.

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-Hiya.

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-We're starting

-to make a habit of this.

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-OK, Macs, we're off.

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-Are you sure you don't want to come?

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-Are you sure you don't want to come?

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-No, I'm fine, thanks.

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-OK, suit yourself.

-We'll be back in an hour.

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-I was seventeen

-and in the Upper Sixth Form.

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-We were in love.

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-Truly in love.

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-His name was Twm Ifans.

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-I fell pregnant

-and we were too young to marry.

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-Or make our own decisions.

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-I was sent to my aunty,

-here in the Valleys...

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-..and made to give the baby away.

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-You had the baby.

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-You had the baby.

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-Yes, a little girl.

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-Elusteg Rhiannon.

-It was my grandmother's name.

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-My aunty organized

-everything for her...

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-..and I went back to North Wales,

-as if it had never happened.

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-They wanted me to forget about her

-and keep my mouth shut.

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-For all these years.

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-When I met Graham and got married...

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-..I continued to live a lie.

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-But there we are...

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-..I got what I deserved in the end.

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-Graham couldn't have children

-and that was my punishment.

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-Don't talk nonsense.

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-Don't talk nonsense.

-

-No, it was.

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-Punishment for giving

-my little girl away.

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-You can't blame yourself.

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-Who else is to blame?

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-Have you ever considered

-looking for her?

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-Stephanie Ann Murphy.

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-She's my little girl.

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-Thanks.

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-Makes you think, doesn't it?

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-What?

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-That life is short.

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-Thanks.

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-That's not what I meant.

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-Just...

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-You and me...

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Mr Jenkins, sorry to keep you.

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-We've had most of your results back

-and we'd like to discuss your case.

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-Are you happy to do so

-in front of your partner?

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-Yeah, of course.

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-We believe that your collapse was

-the direct result of an overdose.

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-An overdose?

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-Are you taking any regular

-medication, Mr Jenkins?

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-Prescribed by your doctor

-or any other form?

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-No, I'm not on any medication.

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-An excessive amount

-of an opiate-based painkiller...

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-..was found in your system

-and caused a cardiac incident.

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-You're lucky to be alive.

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-You're lucky to be alive.

-

-I've only been taking a couple.

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-It's for the pain in my hip.

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-These drugs are highly addictive

-and can be extremely dangerous.

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-Ceri...

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-I'll give you some time.

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-I'll be back to see you

-before my shift finishes.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-LOUD MUSIC

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-DOORBELL

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-Hi.

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-Chemistry?

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-Metals and non-metals?

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-I'm really stuck.

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-Do you fancy being my study buddy?

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-Sorry, I don't think

-it's a good idea.

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-Oh.

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-Sorry.

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-It doesn't matter.

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-Nicky...

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-Half an hour tops.

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-You're a star.

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-Oh, thank, God. Any news?

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-He's stable.

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-Ceri was with him when I left.

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-The doctor seemed to think

-it was pretty serious though.

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-I can't believe this.

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-You OK?

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-Yeah, I'll be fine.

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-Have you heard from Llywela?

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-Not a peep.

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-It's like she's getting

-a kick out of this.

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-Making me squirm.

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-It's just, erm...

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-It's cruel.

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-Look, you're exhausted...

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-Why did it have to be her, Mei?

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-Of all people why her?

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-She doesn't want to see me.

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-I don't blame her

-after all the lies...

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-..and the way I've treated her.

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-I was so tough on her

-when I taught her.

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-It was bound to be hard

-being so close to her.

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-Being her teacher.

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-I kept her at arms length.

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-The more I pushed her,

-the more she pushed me.

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-I thought I was doing

-the right thing for her.

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-She wants me to resign.

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-Listen...

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-She needs time to come

-to terms with this news.

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-No, it's time for me to pay my dues.

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-She deserves that much.

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-Remember what you told me about Abi.

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-It's never too late.

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-They were just for the pain.

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-I took two last night

-and two this morning.

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-Come on, Aled.

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-Didn't you hear

-what the doctor said?

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-I'm not lying.

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-There must be a mistake

-in the results.

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-How can you lie to my face?

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-How can you lie to my face?

-

-I'm not.

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-You almost died, Aled.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-We've been waiting

-for someone to call us.

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-We were worried, so we came up.

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-Everyone is worried.

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-I'm sorry. I can't do this.

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-Gwydion, honestly. Idiot.

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-He was convinced he was going

-to get a repeat performance.

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-How could you snog him?

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-It was worth it

-just for you to score that goal.

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-Yeah, that was quite cool.

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-I just wanted to do something

-to show you how sorry I am...

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-..for everything.

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-Nicky, I know you're sorry.

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-Thanks.

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-I missed you loads in that unit.

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-We understand each other.

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-We always have.

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-You're really special.

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-Exotic, remember?

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-Exotic, remember?

-

-Yeah.

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-You are, Macs.

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-You are exotic.

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-Come on.

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-Metals and non-metals.

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-Because without targets,

-how can measure excellence?

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-And then numeracy.

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-Some Dijon, please.

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-Oh, Eurig, I'm sorry.

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-I've been talking shop, haven't I?

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-I've been talking shop, haven't I?

-

-No, not at all.

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-Your dedication is commendable.

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-But still...

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-..not over food with a friend.

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-Don't worry, I won't say

-another word about work.

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-I have to congratulate you

-on your dedication to that school.

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-Things are improving there.

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-But how on earth

-can you stomach that Murphy woman?

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-Yes, well, it's a challenge.

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-The woman's got not control...

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-..over the school,

-or herself for that matter.

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-I'm sure you've never

-lost control of yourself.

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-Have you, Eurig?

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-I don't know.

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-You might be surprised.

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-It depends on the situation,

-of course.

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-That was a waste of a night.

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-I know it was quiet...

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-..but if you offer someone a shift

-you should pay them for it.

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-Go and put your feet up

-and watch the news.

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-Macs!

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-We're back. Are you OK?

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-We're back. Are you OK?

-

-Sshh, wait.

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-Cuppa?

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-Cuppa?

-

-And biscuits.

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-You've just demolished

-a large cod and chips!

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-Macs! The kettle's boiling.

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-I'll go out through the window.

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-I'll go out through the window.

-

-No way.

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-Oh no! My shoes are downstairs.

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-Macs, cuppa?

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-OK, just don't panic.

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-The way they treat the staff

-at that bar is terrible.

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-Good chips?

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-Good chips?

-

-You missed out.

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

-

-Yes.

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-I just wanted a chat.

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-Oh God, what now?

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-Oh God, what now?

-

-Nothing.

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-I wanted to discuss my subject

-choices for next year with you.

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-Now?

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-Yes, but if it's too much trouble...

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-Yes, but if it's too much trouble...

-

-No, just, erm...

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-Oh, boring. I'm heading up.

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-Oh, boring. I'm heading up.

-

-No, don't.

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-I want your opinion too, Dyl.

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-That's a first.

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-OK, well, sit.

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-If I don't get the right grades,

-what am I supposed to do?

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-Do I choose subjects I don't like

-or stick with the ones I do like?

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-There's something going on

-between Ceri and Aled.

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-The way she rushed out.

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-She must've had a shock,

-like all of us.

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-That was more than shock, Math.

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-Whatever is going on between them

-is not our business.

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-Should I call her?

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-Should I call her?

-

-Annest.

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-To check that she's OK.

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-OK.

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-I'll speak to her tomorrow.

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-Argh!

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-Thank you for the invitation, Eurig.

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-This is much more homely

-than that awful Travel Inn.

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-I've got a nice bottle

-of pinot noir.

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-I've been waiting to open it.

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-Or would you prefer a coffee?

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-Or would you prefer a coffee?

-

-No, wine would be lovely.

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-I'll have to come down more often.

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-Yeah, good idea.

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-It's a pity that

-I have to go back tomorrow.

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-I've enjoyed your company tonight.

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-I've enjoyed your company tonight.

-

-Ditto.

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-Cheers.

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-Oh, don't let me disturb you.

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-I've just came down

-for a glass of water.

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-I have no idea

-what's going on here...

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-..and I don't want to know either.

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-It's between you two!

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-Linda, I can explain.

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-Goodnight, Eurig.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Linda was drunk.

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-She threw herself at me.

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-I couldn't stop her.

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-Do you think I care?

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-I had no idea you were home!

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-My car is parked on the street.

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-Come off it, Eurig.

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-You're pathetic.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Can we come in, Dad?

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-Please?

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Mae pryder pawb yn amlwg wrth i'r newyddion am Aled gyrraedd yr ysgol. Everyone is concerned as news of Aled reaches the school, but after months of drug misuse things look pretty bleak.