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Mae angen drysau newydd ar un o'r gweithdai ac mae Dai Hands yn teithio i'r Ynys Werdd. One of the workshops in Llanfyrnach needs a new set of doors and Dai Hands is his way to ...


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-Mansel Davies is one of the

-most familiar names on our roads.

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-You'll inevitably get stuck behind

-one of their 150 lorries.

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-But have you ever wondered

-how milk reaches your Cornflakes?

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-It's 28,000 litres

-which is more than I could stomach!

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-That's only one full load.

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-But it isn't the only thing

-they transport.

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-It's bye, bye to the Netherlands

-and hello to Belgium.

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-Mansel Davies?

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-The company is decades old and if

-Mansel wasn't holding the pencil...

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-..he was certainly at the table

-when the first wheel was designed.

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-Take pride in tailing

-these kings of the road...

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-..because this series will prove

-that Mansel Davies was there first.

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-You can bet that a Mansel Davies

-lorry has driven on most roads...

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-..not just in Wales

-but overseas too.

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-The drivers are like snails

-and carry their own homes!

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-Ireland is one of the

-most common destinations.

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-At the moment, we've got about

-four or five hauls a day.

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-Most of it is the whey protein

-that is taken out there to be dried.

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-Our Pembrokeshire Freight also sends

-trailers as opposed to lorries.

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-We send 30 trailers out and

-30 trailers come back every day...

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-..and that's just trailers.

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-It's 6.00pm and Dai Hands' day

-has only just started.

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-He's preparing the lorry

-for a trip to the Emerald Isle.

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-I'm hitching it to the tank.

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-The safety clip needs to be secure

-to hold the tank to the lorry.

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-Tonight,

-I'm going to Pembroke Dock...

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-..so that we can cross to Ireland

-on the overnight ferry.

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-I'll arrive in Ireland

-in the morning...

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-..travel to the far side

-of Ireland...

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-..unload the haul and come back.

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-That's what

-I'm going to be doing tonight.

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-Let's hit the road

-for Pembroke Dock!

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-Good.

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-It's a lovely evening and dry too.

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-It's a change from the rain and the

-filthy weather we've been having.

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-It's nice to have it dry.

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-The crossing can be quite choppy...

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-..but I quite like it

-when it's choppy.

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-I think I sleep better.

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-You're rocked to sleep like a baby.

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-It's good.

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-It's like when you

-rock a baby to sleep.

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-We've got it, Dai.

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-No, Dai hasn't fallen asleep

-and woken up as a bus driver.

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-This is an important fuel pit stop.

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-Not for the lorry but the driver!

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-Time for chips

-before going to the port.

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-I need to fill my belly.

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-I call here regularly

-when I go to Ireland...

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-..but I'm not meant to park there.

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-We'll have to be quick.

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-Dai Book and Pencil might show up.

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-A Bobby!

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-What have you got by here?

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-The thingamabob over there

-is a sausage in batter.

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-That one?

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-That one?

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-Yes, that's a thingamabob.

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-I'll have that, please, and chips.

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-That sounds nice.

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-And I'll have a pint of lager

-as well, please.

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-You'll have to have

-a can of coke today.

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-Do you want a can?

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-Do you want a can?

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-Yes, please.

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-All the best.

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-All the best.

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-Bye, love. Take care.

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-Thank you. Bye, bye.

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-I've got legs like a Corgi so I need

-to put everything down by there.

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-These are a bit short.

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-I can't reach.

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-Just as long as

-you can reach the pedals, Dai!

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-Off to the dock now.

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-The work never stops.

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-Back on the yard,

-the shed is having a makeover.

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-We're taking down

-the shed doors today.

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-I hope they come down in one piece.

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-They've been up for 20 years.

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-I should know, I put them up!

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-A few years ago, we had to

-raise the roof of the shed.

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-They wanted to tip cake in here

-and it comes in large tippers.

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-Trailers have got bigger

-over the years...

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-..so the building has to match that.

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-The doors will come down

-quick enough...

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-..but it'll take a few days

-to fit the new doors.

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-I'm not doing that.

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-The lads are here today

-and will be here for a few days.

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-The man responsible is the former

-Welsh rugby captain, Kevin Phillips.

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-It's a big door

-so will take a lot of work to fit.

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-We'll take down some of the sheets

-and steelwork and replace them.

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-Hopefully, the door will fit

-as long as it was measured properly!

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-It's an electric one so it should

-stop all the pushing and swearing.

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-Press a button to open it

-and another to close it.

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-He once held up the front row

-of the Welsh team.

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-Holding up the side of a shed

-is a piece of cake for Kevin!

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-Dai has found his way from the fish

-and chip shop to Pembroke Dock.

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-There's four hours

-before he has to board...

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-..so he can relax in the luxurious,

-five-star drivers' lounge.

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-Time for supper.

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-I'll sit by here.

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-You've got plenty of choice.

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-After parking in the port...

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-..we come to the drivers' lounge.

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-We've got a television

-in the corner.

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-You can gamble away your money

-if you've got the money to spare.

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-There's a water boiler and

-a microwave to do some cooking.

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-Follow me through here

-and we've got a shower.

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-There's someone in there now.

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-And these are the toilets.

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-Just in case you've never seen some

-before.

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-There's sinks too!

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-You can have a shave too.

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-Thanks, Dai.

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-This is us and the way we live.

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-There's nothing wrong with it.

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-It could be a lot worse.

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-Where exactly, Dai?

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-You've got chips.

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-Do you want them?

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-Go on then.

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-It can get a bit lonely.

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-The lads call each other and

-have a chat to boost their spirits.

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-We know each other quite well.

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-The drivers who have been

-with Mansel for a long time...

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-..are a close-knit group

-and are just like family.

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-Would you be interested in going

-to see Status Quo in Llanelli?

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-When?

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-When?

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-August.

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-We're like brothers

-and I have a lot of good friends.

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-You do your best to help everyone,

-even those drivers you don't know.

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-There aren't any enemies.

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-No enemies.

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-But like every relationship,

-someone always takes advantage!

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-Is that a lorry?

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-It doesn't say Mansel on the back!

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-Don't tell anyone but it's the tenth

-time I've stolen some diesel...

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-..and nobody's seen a thing.

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-What's this, Shon?

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-Pardon?

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-Pardon?

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-Again.

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-I'm going

-to steal some diesel again.

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-Kaye's put up security cameras

-and Midway Motors is in trouble.

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-No problem, it's not facing me.

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-There's a feed going to HQ not B&Q!

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-Do you mind if I have half a litre?

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-Help yourself,

-it's nothing to do with me.

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-Are you going to say anything?

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-Are you going to say anything?

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-No, it's all on camera.

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-What did you see?

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-What did you see?

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-Only dust.

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-Thank you.

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-We're lucky to have

-Mansel Davies nearby...

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-..especially for the buses

-that go on long journeys.

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-We have tanks at Midway but fill up

-here on diesel and AdBlue.

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-They're good to us.

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-Diesel.

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-What is AdBlue?

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-Umm, it's like...

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-You could say that

-it's like sow's urine!

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-That's the best way to describe it.

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-It dries so don't get it

-on your hands or on the floor.

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-Unfortunately, we have to use it.

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-I'm told that it helps

-the environment.

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-We listen to the people in the know!

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-I'll have half a litre.

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-Dat-cu did a lot of work

-with Kaye...

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-..and now with Stephen.

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-We still bring our buses here

-as they are so near.

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-They also have a Volvo dealership

-and we own a lot of Volvo buses.

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-It's wonderful for us

-in terms of parts.

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-If there's a problem

-in the morning...

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-..we could have the parts

-by the afternoon.

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-HORN

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-Dai has managed to make his chips

-last until 1.00am...

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-..when they load the lorries

-onto the ferry.

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-Two ferries leave every day so it's

-an important port for the company.

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-Every lorry is weighed before being

-escorted to a specific parking bay.

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-It ensures the cargo is perfectly

-balanced for the crossing.

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-I've parked the lorry.

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-The brakes have been applied

-on the lorry and the trailer.

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-It's also chained in place.

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-This keeps it safe

-as it can move due to its load.

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-It could move

-if it's rough out at sea...

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-..but it's perfectly safe now.

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-I'm going to bed.

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-I hope we get a guided tour

-of the cabin, Dai!

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-Let's check my cabin number.

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-Nine, two... this is me.

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-It's good enough.

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-This is my room.

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-A home from home.

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-Look at this.

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-It's just the thing.

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-It's good enough.

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-Bed!

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-Aye.

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-That's what I call

-a room with a view.

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-Yes, location, location, location!

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-That's it.

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-I don't think

-you want to see any more.

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-That's a view I'd rather not see

-but that one is quite nice.

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-I hope you didn't see too much.

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-Goodnight!

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-It's 6.00am

-at the Rosslare Ferry Port.

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-But is Dai up and about yet?

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-Good morning.

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-Dai's lost already!

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-Another morning has come around.

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-The cargo deck is quite confined.

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-It's lucky Dai has Corgi legs as

-there isn't room for anything else.

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-The crossing was quite good

-and it was relatively calm.

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-I had a few hours sleep

-which is good.

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-The trip to Ireland

-is like a mini cruise.

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-It's a shame it isn't longer so

-I could have a few more hours sleep.

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-No, it's alright.

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-It's a mini cruise and we'll have

-another on the way home tonight.

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-You're fooling nobody, Dai!

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-It's a four-hour-drive.

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-We'll stop for a cuppa

-after two hours...

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-..to wet one's whistle!

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-A stone's throw from Llanfyrnach...

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-..is another part of the Mansel

-empire, namely the Glogue Quarry.

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-You need to go to Glogue.

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-I need you to get

-three or four loads.

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-I bought the Glogue Quarry in 1965.

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-It was in administration

-and I bought a total of 93 acres.

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-The Glogue Quarry

-is the former site of a slate works.

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-We sell the waste from the site

-to farmers...

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-..so that they can build roads.

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-It's very convenient.

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-Most of it is sold locally.

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-Being here suits me.

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-I've got a licence

-for the machine...

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-..and can carry on by myself.

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-There's years of work left here.

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-There's plenty of stone over there

-but it's difficult to reach.

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-A bit of time with this

-and I'll soon get at it!

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-He won't get very far today.

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-That lorry doesn't sound healthy.

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-The lorry keeps missing and

-there's smoke coming from somewhere.

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-I'll take it to the yard

-to see if they can find the problem.

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-I thought it would clear

-after I'd loaded it...

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-..but it's worse, if anything.

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-It's a mystery, Lel!

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-In Ireland, Dai is checking in.

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-It's with someone

-more important than the boss!

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

-

-Aye, not so bad.

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

-

-We're OK.

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-It was a good, smooth crossing.

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-It could have been worse.

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-It could have been worse.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-Oh, right.

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-I'll have a word with you

-later in the day.

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-Stay safe.

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-Stay safe.

-

-Right-o, thank you.

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-Love you. Ta-ra.

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-Love you. Ta-ra.

-

-Love you too. Ta-ra.

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-Everything is alright at home...

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-..so I'm a happy driver!

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-I'll call in the morning

-at about 7.30am.

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-She knows that I'm alright...

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-..and I know that they are alright.

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-Happy bunny!

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-We've always have this thing.

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-She asks if I can see the moon.

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-I tell her that I can see it...

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-..and she tells me

-that she's looking at it too.

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-The pair of us can see the moon.

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-It's silly but important to us.

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-We're both looking at the same thing

-at the same time.

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-It's silly but there you go.

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-It's fine as long as

-you don't howl like wolves, Dai!

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-No light is being shed

-on the engine issue at Llanfyrnach.

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-Lel's broken the lorry.

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-A injector is broken.

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-The solenoid inside has stopped

-working so the engine is missing.

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-I've got another injector and

-I hope it will be ready by tomorrow.

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-I need to remove the old injector.

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-Number five has broken

-and it's that one there.

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-I've removed the rocker and injector

-and this can go back in its place.

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-The solenoid in this part

-had broken on the other one.

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-The rocker arm moves up and down.

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-It presses down on this.

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-Every time it presses down...

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-..the electric that comes to this

-from the ECU...

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-..opens and closes

-the solenoid inside...

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-..and comes out of here.

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-It has stopped working

-so we have to change it.

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-That's my next plan.

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-I hope you were paying attention

-because I'll be asking questions!

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-There we are. It's in place.

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-It needs to be bolted into place

-if I can find the bolt!

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-Where's the bolt gone?

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-It was in here.

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-Bolt it in place.

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-You've got a plug that goes in here.

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-It's as simple as that.

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-We could all do it if it was that

-simple but how long will it last?

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-It all depends on whether

-he drives it properly or not.

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-It needs to go on top.

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-Where's the spanner?

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-Let's start her...

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-..and she should purr.

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-Hopefully!

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-ENGINE STARTS

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-REVS ENGINE

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-It's alright now.

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-Ready to go again.

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-Go and fetch Lel.

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-Go and fetch Lel.

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-Dai's mini cruise

-has reached the heart of Ireland.

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-We've passed Dungarvan

-which is the halfway point.

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-I've always got music playing

-when I'm driving.

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-It's a bit of rock music.

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-There's Status Quo.

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-It's that kind of music.

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-Queen.

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-Does Dai have his sights

-set on being a rock star?

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-A lot of people have said that

-I look like Rod Stewart from afar...

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-..but they wouldn't say that

-if they looked closely!

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-A lot think I look like Rod Stewart.

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-My wife won a competition

-on the radio...

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-..and we got to go to Las Vegas.

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-It wasn't just that.

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-A limousine picked us up

-from the airport...

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-..and took us to the hotel.

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-We also had tickets to a concert...

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-..and were dropped off

-where all the celebs were taken.

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-I got out of the car and someone

-said, "Oh, it's Rod Stewart!"

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-You wouldn't believe

-all the flashing cameras.

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-It was unbelievable.

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-But, um...

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-I can honestly say that I think I've

-been Rod Stewart for ten seconds!

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-You're more than that to us, Dai.

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-Your face will soon open doors

-in Llanfyrnach too.

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-Yes, the old sliding doors

-have done their job...

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-..and opened a fair few times.

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-They need to come down

-to be replaced.

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-We bought the best we could get

-so they should last.

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-Yes, finally.

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-It's taken a few days

-but it's all working now.

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-The door goes up and down

-and Kaye's happy.

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-Will this last

-as long as the old one?

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-That's a good question.

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-It will last a lifetime as long as

-its looked after and they will.

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-In Ireland, Dai's reached

-the food factory in Cork.

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-Yahoo!

0:21:050:21:07

-We've arrived at our destination

-in Ireland.

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-It's as far as we'll go for now.

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-There's 38,000 litres of whey.

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-But there's a spot of business to do

-before emptying the tank.

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-I've got to do some work now.

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-Look at how skilfully

-Dai does his work.

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-I've never seen

-Rod Stewart doing that.

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-The pipe is attached so I can

-take the sample to be tested...

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-..and I'll be back in a second.

0:21:570:21:59

-Don't worry, that's a sample of whey

-and nothing else.

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-Good.

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-There we are.

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-OK.

0:22:070:22:08

-OK, thank you.

0:22:080:22:10

-Everything's fine.

0:22:100:22:12

-It's back to Gwalia!

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-# Da, da, dee, dee, dee #

0:22:150:22:17

-That was good, Dai.

0:22:170:22:19

-I would have sworn that was

-Rod Stewart himself singing!

0:22:190:22:23

-Job done!

0:22:230:22:24

-It's back to Wales for us.

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-Let's go.

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-Tarmac.

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-# I am sailing

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-# I am sailing

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-# Home again

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-# 'Cross the sea

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-# I am sailing

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-# Stormy waters

0:22:490:22:52

-# To be near you

0:22:520:22:56

-# To be free #

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-S4C Subtitles by Tinopolis

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Mae angen drysau newydd ar un o'r gweithdai ac mae Dai Hands yn teithio i'r Ynys Werdd. One of the workshops in Llanfyrnach needs a new set of doors and Dai Hands is his way to Ireland.