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Dewi Pws sy'n edrych yn ol gyda Heledd Cynwal. The irrepressible Dewi Pws reminisces with Heledd Cynwal with clips from comedy series Torri Gwynt and an Edward H. Dafis concert.


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-# Remember

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-# Remember #

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-A warm welcome

-to another series of Cofio.

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-My guest tonight is a comedian.

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-He's also a unique performer,

-musician, poet and actor.

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-He's a supreme joker,

-but I hope to rein him in tonight.

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-You're known

-by a three-letter name - Pws.

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-Why not Dewi Morris?

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-Dewi Grey Morris.

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-That came from my mother's side -

-Grey, as in Earl Grey.

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-Right.

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-As for Pws, I'll explain for

-those who haven't heard this before.

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-I was in the Glan-llyn camp,

-with the Urdd, and it was winter.

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-I'd taken my mother's fur coat,

-which she wore to chapel.

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-I'd cut it up to here.

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-I'd cut it up to here.

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-Did she know?

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-No, of course not. The coat

-was worth many hundreds of pounds.

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-It was the period of the hippies,

-and everyone had fur coats.

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-"Hey, man." I wanted to be a hippy.

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-I had the long hair,

-so I cut the coat like that.

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-I wore it to the camp,

-like this, so Pws it was.

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-Gareth Mort from Cwmafan

-named me Dewi Pws and it stuck.

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-Mam wasn't very pleased.

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-Mam wasn't very pleased.

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-No, and no wonder.

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-Something else that's stuck

-in popular memory...

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-..is the series Torri Gwynt.

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-It was a ground-breaking comedy.

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-Maybe, but for me and the crowd,

-and they were a great crowd...

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-..it was like a holiday, you know,

-like six summer weeks in Glan-llyn.

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-We'd come in to write scripts,

-having heard jokes down the pub.

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-"Who's doing this one?"

-and 'Ey would do it and six more.

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-It really was just like a holiday.

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-It really was just like a holiday.

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-Let's see some classic Torri Gwynt.

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-Here I am back again.

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-We've received millions of letters

-this past week.

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-One asked if we do the show live.

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-Of course, it goes out live.

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-Nothing's pre-recorded.

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-And so, now on to our next item...

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-Torri Gwynt.

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-'Ey, who am I then?

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-I'm a seagull taking his books

-back to the library.

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-LAUGHTER

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-Morning, Mr Vosper.

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-FARTING NOISE

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-It was him!

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-EXPLOSION

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-Four-letter word, starts with S.

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-A budgie does this in its cage.

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-Sing?

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-LAUGHTER

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-Would you say that humour like that

-isn't used nowadays?

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-I don't know.

-I still found those quite amusing.

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-What about the whole PC business?

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-I don't know. I've never been one

-who's PC. I tend to go against that.

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-I find I do gigs sometimes...

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-..when there may be racist jokes,

-against, well, the English, say.

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-Poking fun at the English is OK but

-not at black or Pakistani people.

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-Racist is racist.

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-However, if it's funny

-and not nasty - it works.

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-I crack jokes nowadays.

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-We've moved to Tresaith...

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-..where we have a small band

-which performs in concerts.

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-I make outrageous comments,

-though never nasty nor racist.

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-I just like humour

-so I utter such remarks.

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-There are old biddies in the front.

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-"Kiss of death," I think.

-"Heart attacks beckon".

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-Then they start tittering like this.

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-They're all enjoying themselves.

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-The right or freedom to laugh,

-maybe?

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-Our next clip...

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-..is from a programme portraying

-community life in the Lliw Valley.

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-The Eisteddfod was there in 1980.

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-Let's see if you remember.

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-Hiya, how are you?

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-Hiya, how are you?

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-Hello, Dewi!

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-Have you had lunch?

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-Have you had lunch?

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-I'll just grab something.

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-Would you like a cuppa?

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-Would you like a cuppa?

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-Yes, please, and a Welsh cake.

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-Well, listen, tell me now,

-did you get that job?

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-Well, I think I have.

-He's asked me back anyway.

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-He's a chap from Cwmllynfell.

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-What is the job exactly?

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-A sort of fitter.

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-Doing jobs...

-Oh, you wouldn't understand.

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-It's work involving metals,

-non-ferrous. Thanks, fine, good.

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-The guy knew Dad.

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-The guy knew Dad.

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-They all knew your Dad, dear me.

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-Some sugar.

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-Do you want food now?

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-Do you want food now?

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-No, just a couple of those.

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-I only made them just now.

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-Scones or Welsh cakes?

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-You're sure you don't want lunch?

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-Good grief!

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-That was my mother, of course, yes.

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-She was a character.

-She should have been on the stage.

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-My humour comes from Mam.

-Dad was a very quiet fellow.

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-Me smoking there!

-I don't remember that.

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-You had no problem with smoking

-in your mother's presence.

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-Dad and I both dealt with Mam

-in the same way...

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-..trying to keep her quiet,

-but she was brilliant.

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-Mam was a chapel-goer,

-along with others when I was young.

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-She had a friend, Adi.

-The minister would ask questions.

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-Is the devil a person or a spirit?

-Mam was quite sensible in chapel.

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-"A spirit who tried to tempt Jesus."

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-My Auntie Annie thought the same,

-and spoke of exorcisms, and so on.

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-He then came to Adi, who was related

-to the late Rhydderch Jones.

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-"He's a person," she said.

-"I live with him."

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-They'd have a laugh.

-It was old-fashioned humour.

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-My own humour's old-fashioned,

-and I think that's Mam's influence.

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-Did you have a good relationship?

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-Oh, yes, love-hate. Either loving

-or getting on each other's nerves!

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-No, she was fantastic,

-but she had a stroke in later life.

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-It was a really, really bad one.

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-It was lovely. We moved her

-to the Brondesbury home in Cardigan.

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-We brought Mam down there,

-and she had a very happy time.

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-She couldn't talk properly,

-but her eyes still twinkled.

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-She couldn't speak, only stutter,

-but her eyes said everything.

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-You've asked to see the next clip...

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-..as an example of humour

-that appeals to you.

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-It's from I Lawr A Nhw, a comedy...

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-..with Hugh Thomas and Mari Gwilym.

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-The signals soon manifested

-themselves to the inhabitants...

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-..of the surrounding country, though

-not of course to the soldiers...

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-..by the immediate arrival

-of almost a thousand men.

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-They commenced their operation...

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-..by completely demolishing

-the Bethania gate...

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-..and then proceeded

-to destroy two toll bars...

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-..on the road from Llanelli

-to Carmarthen.

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-This is mad. Shameless effrontery!

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-More water, Mr Chambers?

-Hot water, sir?

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-Oh, yes, and get on with it.

-This water's cold, girl.

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-I can't do everything,

-what with Alice being ill.

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-I've had to change the beds

-and bake the bread.

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-I'm shivering. Get on with it.

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-Aargh!

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-What the devil are you trying to do?

-Turn me into a gelding?

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-Oh, damn. I've lost the soap now.

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-I'll find it for you, sir.

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-Is it a small round thing, sir?

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-No, the soap's large and square.

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-Oh, yes. Here it is.

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-Brilliant. You see the jokes coming,

-but you still laugh.

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-Are they amusing

-because they're such stereotypes?

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-And the acting quality.

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-Hugh Thomas at his best,

-and Mari, are both brilliant.

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-He was hamming it up so much.

-He was excellent.

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-We had a wonderful time when

-we did it, just like Torri Gwynt.

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-When you portray your TV characters,

-do you base them on people you meet?

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-No, not really. Well, I suppose

-there was 'Ey - remember him?

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-Behind you.

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-Behind you.

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-Yes, there he is.

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-I created 'Ey, but I don't know

-if there was something subconscious.

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-Afterwards,

-in every village I'd visit...

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-..people told me the character

-was based on someone they knew.

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-All villages seemed to have an 'Ey!

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-But I think I remember the man

-who actually was my inspiration.

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-I was picking blackberries,

-near Llannon.

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-I was in the hedge and heard

-the noise of this car behind me.

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-I turned to the sound of this voice,

-"'Ey!"

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-The car window was down.

-You could only see eyes and ears.

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-"Dewi Pws!"

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-So, I said, "Hello, how are you?"

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-"Rubbish.

-Rubbish, I watch you on TV.

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-"Pobol y Cwm's good

-but as for that Wthu Gwynt..."

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-Strangely enough, I'd created 'Ey

-two years before meeting him!

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-"Those are my blackberries

-and my mushrooms in the field.

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-"Rubbish, bloody rubbish,

-but come in to meet the wife.

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-"She likes Pobol y Cwm".

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-I went in and had tea

-and Welsh cakes. It was him.

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-This next clip is an example

-of humour not working, in your view.

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-It's not often that we in London

-have the chance to visit...

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-..the Land of the White Gloves...

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-..or, as we call Wales,

-Little Brother.

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-Today, we can meet a man...

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-..who's influenced

-not only the world...

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-..but also England.

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-Let's tell him This Is Your Life.

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-Deedle-dee.

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-Oh, the taxi's arrived.

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-I'll bring you back a Madras later.

-Bye, love.

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-Little did you guess

-that at this very gateway...

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-..you'd meet a man saying,

-"Dewi, musician, miracle-worker...

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-"..former hermit,

-and, of course, a saint...

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-"..This Is Your Life."

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-Blimey, here we go again.

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-Are you from the taxis, Aqua Cabs?

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-No, Dewi, I'm Amen Andrews,

-and you're on This Is Your Life.

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-Come with me.

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-O Na! was the name of that show,

-I think.

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-HTV had been let down by someone.

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-They asked for a comedy script,

-and I was asked to help out with it.

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-I hadn't a clue what I was doing.

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-We spent a week doing this show.

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-It was just awful, and that's why

-I wanted to see it again.

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-When it was shown, I told everyone

-to go out so no-one would watch TV.

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-It was bad, but seeing it has made

-me wonder whether bits of it worked.

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-At the time, I was so embarrassed.

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-There's no need to be.

-We'll leave it there for now.

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-In Part Two, we'll look at

-your travels to faraway places.

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-See you in two minutes.

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-# Remember #

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-Welcome back

-to our trip down memory lane.

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-Dewi, back in 2003, you won

-a Royal Television Society award...

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-..as best regional presenter

-for the series - Byd Pws.

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-We have a clip of you searching

-for the original Crocodile Dundee.

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-Why Crocodile Dundee?

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-It's a long, interesting tale...

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-..starting with Rod

-poaching crocodiles back in 1978.

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-He calls them

-long salmon with big teeth!

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-Accidentally,

-he gave birth to the whole saga.

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-He still looks like a wild man,

-and he has some amazing stories.

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-He's come out here to live...

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-..with the Aborigines.

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-He's been adopted as an Aborigine.

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-I've not heard of anyone else

-who's done it, with all the ritual.

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-The Aboriginal people...

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-..are not different

-to European people in any way.

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-In other words,

-there are greedy people...

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-..there are also very generous

-people, intelligent individuals...

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-..there's some

-that are thick as two bricks.

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-They're just like Europeans.

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-The main difference is the culture.

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-Rod Ansell died

-not long after you filmed him.

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-Yes, we went out to stay with him.

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-We didn't really know. I think

-it was the first series of Byd Pws.

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-Hughes and I went out there -

-we were given a ticket to Australia.

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-They said,

-"Go and find Crocodile Dundee."

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-We went and found him.

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-It took a week or so...

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-..via different places and people,

-before going out to the bush.

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-There he was, a real wild man.

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-We had a great time.

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-He was a poet

-and a fantastic songwriter.

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-We came back, and read in the paper,

-in the cafe in Llandaff...

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-..a Western Mail report saying

-"Original Crocodile Dundee shot."

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-He'd gone mad, shot a policeman

-and was shot dead himself.

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-It wasn't great that he'd shot a

-policeman but it was an awful shock.

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-You mentioned Hughes, your Byd Pws

-cameraman and co-traveller.

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-You must have a special relationship

-with him now after all this time.

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-Yes, we really do hate each other!

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-Sometimes, we'd have lots of laughs,

-other times not.

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-Five weeks in the Arctic

-and nerves get strained.

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-It tests you.

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-Hughes was skilful.

-He knew the shots to take.

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-He irritated me by always wanting

-to film dangerous sights.

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-"Let's climb this mountain now."

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-It'd be a volcano, so I'd tell him

-to go up and I'd stay put. Good fun!

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-You enjoy keeping fit,

-the outdoor life and the open air.

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-Yes, I quite enjoy all that.

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-I used to enjoy running...

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-..around Tresaith and Brynhoffnant,

-but now golf gets me out.

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-Is it true that your handicap's six?

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-No, my handicap's sick!

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-Sorry! No, I'm down to eleven now.

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-I enjoy it, I love playing golf.

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-It's great. People think it's

-snobby, but I hate that side of it.

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-The boys I play with are great boys.

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-I'd say you'd have had a lot

-in common with this next person.

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-He was a comedian and a golfer.

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-On the golf course back in 1951,

-here's Bob Hope.

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-That was Porthcawl golf course.

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-Are you funny on the golf course?

-Do you joke all the time?

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-Some people may not find me amusing.

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-I must say I enjoy having a laugh.

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-I can't help myself sometimes,

-as you know.

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-One story comes to mind.

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-I was a member at a Cardiff club

-and we went up to Harlech.

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-The club at Harlech is quite posh.

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-There's a dress code,

-you had to wear socks...

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-..up to the knee - neat and tidy.

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-Your trousers came to here.

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-I had a row. "Excuse me,

-your socks are around your ankles."

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-I said sorry,

-but the boys were winding me up.

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-They were Cardiff boys, from Ely.

-"You got a talking to, didn't you?"

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-We were playing this par three.

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-Time to get my revenge, I thought.

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-They were all looking down

-the par three like this.

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-I slipped behind them into a bush.

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-I stripped off...

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-..keeping on only my socks, shoes,

-my glove and my cap!

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-There I was, stark naked.

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-I said to them, "Terrible, innit,

-these rules about the socks?"

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-"Yeah, yeah," said the Cardiff lads.

-"No, it is really awful," I went on.

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-Then, they looked round,

-"Oh, my God!"

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-They ran away, with me chasing them.

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-The committee almost banned me for

-"bringing the club into disgrace."

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-No, really?

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-So, no, I don't. I don't.

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-I don't take golf too seriously.

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-We have a clip now. I don't know

-if you remember this one.

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-It's an alternative version

-of your famous song, Nwy Yn Y Nen.

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-This clip dates back to 1970.

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-# The sun shines in the sky

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-# The sweet dream now must die

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-# The kids play, no longer scared

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-# The kids play, no longer scared

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-# How happily they sing

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-# How pure a thing

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-# Flowers are in bloom everywhere

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-# There's no pain near or far

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-# There's no worry, no scar

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-# Peace reigns at last in our land #

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-A garden gnome who could sing!

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-I couldn't sing then either.

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-What was that?

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-What was that?

-

-You tell me!

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-I'd say it was perhaps one I sang...

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-..in a pantomime.

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-I remember, not being good

-with make-up, and always late...

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-..perhaps they recorded that

-from the pantomime.

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-I had the two-spot job,

-as they called it.

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-Two minutes to go,

-and I'd rush in.

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-"The two-spot job, two-spot job...

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-"..he's the fastest changin' actor

-in the world."

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-Possibly, that was me

-adapting Nwy Yn Y Nen...

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-..for panto, but I can't remember.

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-What's your name again, dear?

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-What's your name again, dear?

-

-I'll remind you later.

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-Music's important to you. You were

-with Tebot Piws and Edward H Dafis.

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-Here's a clip of you in concert

-in Corwen in 1976.

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-# Farewell to fair Llangyfelach

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-# And all the pretty young lasses

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-# I'll find out where I want to stay

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-# In this dear land, or far away

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-# Fa-la, la-la,

-la, la, la, la, la, la!

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-# A-marching I went to some house

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-# Gold and silver was there awash

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-# The fifes and drums

-all played their tunes

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-# As I enlisted

-with the Light Dragoons #

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-Looking back at that,

-can you believe the success?

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-Was it so obvious at the time

-when you look back now?

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-No, because we weren't really

-trying to do anything.

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-Well, I suppose we had wanted

-to create a good Welsh rock band.

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-We just enjoyed ourselves.

-That's all there was to it.

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-The audience was part of the band.

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-I believe in having them all

-in the band with you.

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-We just strummed away on stage.

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-I play minor gigs now

-with a local band - Radwm.

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-I go with them, and I still,

-at rugby clubs and pubs...

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-..sing the old songs, Milgi Milgi

-and Moliannwn, and people join in.

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-People want to sing,

-not just sit and watch the band.

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-If anyone out there needs a band,

-organize gigs, such as Sesh Bach!

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-We just get the whole place

-laughing and singing.

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-People come up on the stage

-to sing with us.

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-I think this kind of thing

-is making a comeback.

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-Small but growing Welsh groups

-get the audience to sing along.

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-I think that's great.

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-Well, Dewi Pws,

-you've had a very chequered life.

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-Dewi Pws is in the past.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Thank you very much.

-

-Thank you.

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-Thanks for your company.

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-Until next time,

-from all of us here, goodnight.

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-# Remember

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-# Remember #

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-S4C Subtitles by Simian 04 Cyf

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Dewi Pws sy'n edrych yn ol gyda Heledd Cynwal. The irrepressible Dewi Pws reminisces with Heledd Cynwal with clips from comedy series Torri Gwynt and an Edward H. Dafis concert.