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-Angelo, Angelo, Angelo!

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-You're in trouble.

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-You're in trouble.

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-Why? What have I done?

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-You know the rule -

-no skateboarding in the house.

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-Yeah-hay!

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-How did she find out?

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-Oh.

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-Oh.

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-Good morning, all you listeners!

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-It's Monday morning and this is

-DJ Joni saying, "Aloha," to you!

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-Keep listening if you fancy winning

-a holiday for two in Hawaii!

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-Hawaii!

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-Hawaii!

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-After 9.00am, pick up the phone...

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-..the moment

-you hear me say, "Aloha!"

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-A holiday would be lovely!

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-That's what parents really need -

-a holiday.

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-Now would be a good time

-for Mam to catch some sunshine!

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-She could relax while I surf.

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-Hey, no sharks!

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-If I could win this holiday for Mam,

-she'd be happy for months.

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-OK, weeks!

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-But a happy Mam would give

-this little lad less hassle!

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-Step One.

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-Sion Wyn, grab all the radios you

-can find and bring them to school.

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-Hide them around the school.

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-The moment we hear, "Aloha,"

-we call from Lola's phone.

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-Hey! Slobber's new song is so cool!

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-Hey!

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-Hey!

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-That's enough.

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-The competition begins at 9.00am,

-so hurry.

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-THEY PANT

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-Why are you panting?

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-Why are you panting?

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-We're, er, keen to begin the lesson.

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-Yay, history! Whoo-hoo!

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-Yay, history! Whoo-hoo!

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-Keen to begin the lesson?!

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-Whoo-hoo?

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-Well, this is good news!

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-Wars don't occur because of petty

-squabbles between two countries.

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-The wider political

-and economic climate...

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-This is DJ Joni telling tall tales!

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-I got sacked as a farm hand after I

-told cockerels to start laying eggs!

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-Angelo? What's so funny?

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-Angelo? What's so funny?

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-Er, the history you teach...

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-..it's just... so funny!

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-How, exactly?

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-How, exactly?

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-Um, because it's so...

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-..easy!

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-..easy!

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-Easy?! Hmm.

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-Me and my big mouth.

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-Me and my big mouth.

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-If the work's so easy...

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-..you can write me an essay

-about the War of 1812.

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-Aw!

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-Aw!

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-Why don't you share your knowledge?

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-He may be saying, "Aloha,"

-right now!

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-What was that?

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-What was that?

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-Oops! I dropped my book.

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-Hmm.

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-Are you all ready

-for that special magic word?

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-Right. The War of 1812 began in...

-um, 1812.

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-Here's a new song

-by today's top rock band...

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-..the one and only Slobber!

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-The year 1811 preceded the 1812 war,

-and it was followed by 1813.

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-# Dum dum dum, de-dum de-dum de-dum

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-# A-ah! #

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-Huh?!

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-Argh!

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-Lola, you will write an essay too.

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-Step Two. That's why we needed

-more than one radio.

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-Mr Ffit?

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-May I go to the toilet?

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-I had beans, broccoli

-and brown ketchup for breakfast.

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-My stomach's churning now.

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-My stomach's churning now.

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-Yuck! Hurry up, will you?

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-I can't wait any longer,

-I must say the magic word!

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-Can I say, "A-lo...

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-Can I say, "A-lo...

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-Angelo? What are you doing?

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-Er... I'm fetching a book

-to study in the toilet.

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-Yuck! Hurry up!

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-Please don't say, "Aloha,"

-right now!

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-Sion Wyn, you're a genius!

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-I still haven't awarded the prize...

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-Sion Wyn, you lemon!

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-That was more alarming than

-when I saw Elena shaving her legs!

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-SCHOOL BELL

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-No-one's won the prize yet.

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-I'll be so miffed

-if we miss the, "Aloha."

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-Urgh! Mouldy yoghurt!

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-That's disgusting!

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-Aha!

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-Look at me when I'm talking to you!

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-I haven't said the magic word yet.

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-Phew!

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-Phew!

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-Statistically...

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-..he's most likely to say, "Aloha,"

-between 2.00pm and 3.00pm.

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-I hope you still remember

-what that special word is...

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-..but now, it's time for the news.

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-..but now, it's time for the news.

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-Grr!

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-Lola, phone them now

-before anyone else gets a chance...

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-..just in case he says it.

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-..just in case he says it.

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-It's engaged.

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-I'll try again.

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-I don't think

-we'll ever get through.

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-We must think mathematically.

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-Sixty divided by two,

-carry that over, gives you 20.

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-We need at least 20 phones

-to be in with a chance.

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-I'll get us 20 phones.

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-HE GRUNTS

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-Wow! How did you get hold

-of all those?

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-I may have promised a kiss from Lola

-to all the boys who lent me a phone.

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-Hey!

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-Hey!

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-Ouch!

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-I was talking

-to Mrs Jones in Llanrug...

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-..and she said, "Alo-ha!"

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-..and she said, "Alo-ha!"

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-Start phoning!

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-ELECTRONIC BLEEPING

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-Congratulations and, "Aloha!"

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-Congratulations and, "Aloha!"

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-Yeah! Hawaii!

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-Hawaii!

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-Hawaii!

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-THEY CHEER

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-Huh?

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-Huh?

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-This is Owen J Ffit.

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-To whom am I speaking?

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-To whom am I speaking?

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-This doesn't look good.

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-Well, Owen J Ffit, old boy -

-you're talking to DJ Joni.

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-You've just won

-a holiday for two in Hawaii!

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-Whoo-hoo! Hawaii!

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-I've always wanted to go to Hawaii!

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-Maybe we have won, after all.

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-Does this mean

-we don't have to do our homework?

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-Whoo-hoo... No!

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-On the radio, they're giving away

-a holiday in Ibiza!

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-We're ready to go, mate!

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-Wow!

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-Wow!

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-But this time...

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-..I'm the one

-who's collected the mobile phones!

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-Aw!

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-Angelo, Angelo, Angelo!

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-The perfect end to a perfect plan.

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-S4C subtitles by Trosol Cyf.

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Dilynwch Angelo, bachgen deuddeg oed, wrth iddo geisio rheoli ei fywyd drwy ddefnyddio cynlluniau doniol. Follow Angelo, a 12 year-old boy, as he tries to gain control of his life.


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