Octonots: Antur Anhygoel yr Arctig Octonots


Octonots: Antur Anhygoel yr Arctig

Mae Pegwn yn mynd gyda Capten Cwrwgl i helpu chwaer y capten a'i heirth bach newydd. Pegwn goes with Capten Cwrwgl to help his sister and her new polar cubs in the frozen Arctic.


Similar Content

Browse content similar to Octonots: Antur Anhygoel yr Arctig. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!

Transcript


LineFromTo

-Subtitles

0:00:000:00:00

-Octonots, to your stations.

0:00:020:00:04

-Cwrwgl.

0:00:060:00:07

-Harri.

0:00:080:00:09

-Pegwn.

0:00:090:00:11

-Explore.

0:00:370:00:38

-Rescue.

0:00:380:00:39

-Rescue.

-

-Protect.

0:00:390:00:40

-We're close

-to the Octopod repair station.

0:00:540:00:57

-Straight on, me hearties.

0:00:570:01:00

-Dela, initiate docking sequence.

0:01:140:01:17

-Roger, Captain.

0:01:170:01:19

-Still trying to initiate

-the sequence.

0:01:210:01:23

-Oh, no!

0:01:250:01:27

-The old Octopod's not as it was.

0:01:280:01:30

-It just needs a break.

0:01:300:01:33

-Fiddle and faddle.

0:01:410:01:43

-Fiddle and faddle.

-

-We're going to crash.

0:01:430:01:45

-Dela, the steering.

0:01:450:01:47

-Easy does it.

0:01:550:01:57

-Left a bit.

0:02:000:02:02

-Right a bit.

0:02:040:02:05

-And down.

0:02:080:02:10

-Docking sequence completed.

0:02:110:02:13

-Docking sequence completed.

-

-Great work, Captain.

0:02:130:02:16

-Wow, this place is huge.

0:02:180:02:21

-Packed with instruments.

0:02:210:02:24

-I can't wait to get my paws

-on that welder.

0:02:240:02:28

-Ready to start work, Ira?

0:02:280:02:30

-We'll be done before

-you can say munchy crunchy carrots.

0:02:300:02:35

-Great news.

-While the Octopod is fixed...

0:02:370:02:39

-We can have a well-earned rest.

0:02:400:02:43

-Octonots, get ready for a break.

0:02:430:02:46

-Telescope. Spare eye-patches.

0:02:470:02:49

-The pirates' handbook.

0:02:490:02:52

-One more book.

0:02:530:02:55

-Suntan lotion, check. Camera, check.

0:02:580:03:01

-Surfboard, check.

0:03:010:03:03

-Ready to go, Captain.

0:03:050:03:07

-I'm glad you're joining me

-in the Arctic.

0:03:070:03:10

-I can't wait to meet your sister

-and the cubs.

0:03:100:03:13

-We'll teach the cubs some Arctic

-skills for their first big journey.

0:03:140:03:19

-We'll walk over the snow,

-swim through the icy seas...

0:03:200:03:25

-..float on the ocean of ice

-until we reach the frozen sea.

0:03:250:03:29

-What happens there?

0:03:300:03:32

-That's where polar bears

-search for food after the winter.

0:03:320:03:36

-I remember my first journey

-across the ice.

0:03:370:03:41

-Is that you?

0:03:410:03:43

-That's me and that's my twin.

0:03:440:03:46

-This photo was taken on the day

-we finished our journey...

0:03:460:03:50

-..and received our badges.

0:03:510:03:53

-I can pass on these badges

-to my niece and nephew now.

0:03:530:03:58

-Come on.

0:03:580:04:00

-Ira, Gwyddno and Wythennyn,

-stay on the Octopod.

0:04:010:04:04

-The rest of the crew

-will be scattered...

0:04:050:04:08

-..but we can call for help

-in an emergency.

0:04:080:04:11

-Press this button to contact

-one another wherever you are.

0:04:110:04:15

-See you in a couple of weeks.

0:04:180:04:20

-See you in a couple of weeks.

-

-Cheerio.

0:04:200:04:21

-Good luck, me hearties.

0:04:210:04:23

-Good luck, me hearties.

-

-Cheerio!

0:04:230:04:24

-It's time to say goodbye.

0:04:240:04:26

-Cheerio!

0:04:270:04:28

-Listen, I might be on holiday

-but I'm always on duty.

0:04:290:04:33

-If there's a problem, let me know.

0:04:330:04:36

-I'll be there

-before you can say enjoy...

0:04:360:04:39

-You know what I mean.

0:04:410:04:42

-You know what I mean.

-

-Don't worry, Cap. We'll be fine.

0:04:420:04:45

-OK then. See you, and the Octopod,

-in a couple of weeks.

0:04:460:04:50

-Take good care of the Octopod.

0:04:500:04:53

-OK, Cap.

0:04:530:04:54

-Yeeaaww!

0:05:160:05:17

-I love walking

-through the spring snow storms.

0:05:260:05:30

-It's easy to walk quickly

-without warming up too much.

0:05:300:05:34

-Isn't that right? Pegwn?

0:05:340:05:36

-Behind you, Captain.

0:05:380:05:40

-Let me help.

0:05:400:05:42

-A little further.

0:05:430:05:45

-We're here.

0:05:530:05:55

-Where's your sister's home?

0:05:560:05:58

-Cwrwgl.

0:05:580:05:59

-Gwen! It's great to see you.

0:06:000:06:02

-Where are the cubs?

0:06:030:06:04

-Where are the cubs?

-

-Right here.

0:06:040:06:06

-It's the first time

-they've ventured out.

0:06:060:06:09

-Wow, so bright.

0:06:100:06:11

-And large.

0:06:120:06:13

-How big?

0:06:130:06:15

-Let's find out.

0:06:150:06:17

-Got you.

0:06:210:06:23

-Say hello to your uncle,

-Captain Cwrwgl.

0:06:230:06:26

-Do we call you Uncle or Captain?

0:06:270:06:30

-Uncle Cwrwgl will do.

0:06:300:06:31

-Mam says you're strong. How strong?

0:06:320:06:34

-Strong enough

-to carry you on my back.

0:06:350:06:37

-Mam says you're brave.

0:06:390:06:41

-How brave?

0:06:420:06:43

-How brave?

-

-Brave enough to be an Octonot.

0:06:430:06:45

-Here's my fellow Octonot, Pegwn.

0:06:450:06:48

-Hello.

0:06:480:06:49

-We're brave too.

0:06:500:06:51

-And strong. Watch this.

0:06:510:06:53

-Reminds me of us playing

-as young cubs.

0:06:550:06:58

-Really?

0:06:590:07:00

-Really?

-

-Oh, yes.

0:07:000:07:01

-That's how polar bears

-gain strength.

0:07:020:07:04

-We used to wrestle all the time.

0:07:050:07:06

-I used to knock you over

-like a feather.

0:07:070:07:09

-His nickname was Feather Paws.

0:07:090:07:12

-You called the captain Feather Paws?

0:07:120:07:15

-Excuse me

-while I contact the Octopod.

0:07:150:07:19

-Captain Cwrwgl calling Ira.

0:07:200:07:21

-Captain Cwrwgl calling Ira.

-

-Hiya, Cap.

0:07:210:07:23

-You're meant to be on holiday.

0:07:230:07:26

-I'm having a wonderful time.

-How are things there?

0:07:260:07:30

-Excellent.

0:07:300:07:31

-I'm welding the new arms.

-The new paint looks good.

0:07:320:07:36

-Everything's under control then.

0:07:360:07:39

-Everything's under control then.

-

-Definitely, Cap.

0:07:390:07:40

-Did I tell you

-about the hot cocoa machine?

0:07:410:07:44

-It's not working.

0:07:440:07:46

-Fix the cocoa machine.

-Right you are.

0:07:460:07:49

-Come on, Uncle Cwrwgl.

0:07:510:07:53

-Come on, Uncle Cwrwgl.

-

-Time to go.

0:07:530:07:54

-OK. We're about to embark on a

-journey every polar bear has made...

0:07:540:07:59

-..since the beginning of time.

0:07:590:08:01

-We're the only bears

-that make this journey.

0:08:010:08:05

-So, are you ready to go?

0:08:050:08:07

-Ready.

0:08:080:08:09

-To win your Bear League badges?

0:08:100:08:12

-Yes.

0:08:140:08:16

-We'll start by climbing that.

0:08:160:08:18

-Easy does it.

0:08:230:08:24

-Pull with the front paws.

0:08:240:08:26

-Pull with the front paws.

-

-Push with the back paws.

0:08:260:08:28

-Pull, push.

0:08:290:08:31

-Pull, push.

0:08:320:08:35

-Got it.

0:08:350:08:37

-Done it.

0:08:400:08:42

-Next, slide down

-on your bellies like this!

0:08:420:08:46

-Well done.

0:08:570:08:59

-Now to use one of the Bear League's

-greatest skills.

0:08:590:09:03

-Swimming.

0:09:040:09:06

-Follow me, kids.

0:09:060:09:08

-Use your paws

-to paddle in the water.

0:09:120:09:15

-Form a line and keep close.

0:09:180:09:20

-There's nothing better

-than swimming through icy waters.

0:09:260:09:29

-The crew don't know

-what they're missing.

0:09:290:09:32

-I'm tired.

0:09:590:10:01

-I'm tired.

-

-Me too.

0:10:010:10:02

-We'll find some floating ice soon

-and then we can rest.

0:10:020:10:06

-Over there.

0:10:070:10:08

-There are walruses on it.

-They're very territorial.

0:10:110:10:15

-They don't like to share their ice.

0:10:150:10:18

-We'll find another one.

0:10:190:10:21

-I'm not scared of walruses. Are you?

0:10:240:10:26

-No. Come on.

0:10:270:10:28

-Hey, this ice is for walruses only.

0:10:340:10:39

-Says who?

0:10:390:10:40

-Us.

0:10:410:10:42

-Uh-oh.

0:10:420:10:44

-The children.

0:10:440:10:46

-It'll be hard to get them from

-the outside, but from the inside...

0:10:460:10:52

-I'll be right back.

0:10:520:10:54

-Pegwn!

0:11:000:11:02

-Excuse me.

0:11:020:11:03

-Where did that penguin come from?

0:11:030:11:06

-Penguins don't live in the Arctic.

0:11:060:11:08

-What's a penguin?

0:11:090:11:10

-Move to one side

-and we'll be on our way.

0:11:100:11:13

-Steady on, penguin.

0:11:150:11:17

-Let them go.

0:11:170:11:19

-You're not the boss. I'm the boss.

0:11:190:11:22

-Why can't I ever be the boss?

0:11:220:11:25

-Let's go, kids.

0:11:250:11:27

-After three, backwards and escape.

0:11:280:11:31

-One, two...

0:11:310:11:33

-..three.

0:11:340:11:36

-Eh?

0:11:360:11:37

-See? You let them escape.

0:11:380:11:40

-You let them escape.

0:11:400:11:42

-No, I didn't.

0:11:420:11:44

-We did it!

0:11:450:11:47

-Thanks, Pegwn,

-I'm so glad you're safe.

0:11:470:11:52

-Don't swim away on your own again.

0:11:520:11:54

-Would you like a piggy back?

0:11:550:11:57

-Yes, please.

0:11:570:11:58

-I'll take one, you take the other.

0:11:590:12:01

-I can see floating ice.

-Let's have a rest.

0:12:070:12:10

-Finally.

0:12:100:12:12

-I don't know. It looks thin.

0:12:140:12:17

-Time to teach

-another Bear League skill.

0:12:180:12:20

-When the ice is thin, stay on

-your belly to prevent it breaking.

0:12:210:12:27

-That's it.

0:12:280:12:29

-Uh-oh.

0:12:350:12:37

-That wasn't much of a rest.

0:12:480:12:50

-I hope we find thick ice soon.

0:12:500:12:53

-I hate to admit it

-but I'm tired too.

0:12:540:12:56

-Come on, kids. I'll carry you

-to give your mother a rest.

0:12:570:13:01

-Pegwn, you can swim underwater

-quicker than us.

0:13:010:13:04

-Swim ahead to search for ice.

0:13:050:13:07

-Aye-aye, Captain.

0:13:070:13:09

-Can you see any ice yet,

-Uncle Cwrwgl?

0:13:170:13:19

-Not yet.

-The ice is further away this year.

0:13:200:13:24

-Captain,

-there's ice straight ahead of us.

0:13:260:13:29

-Hooray!

0:13:290:13:31

-Lead the way.

0:13:310:13:33

-There it is.

0:13:370:13:39

-Here we go.

0:13:460:13:48

-Here we go.

-

-Lovely.

0:13:480:13:49

-Perfect.

0:13:500:13:51

-Now then, that was a long journey.

0:13:520:13:55

-It's nice to have a rest.

0:13:560:13:59

-Don't get too comfy.

0:13:590:14:01

-The ice is melting

-and we're sinking.

0:14:020:14:06

-A polar bear can only do

-so much swimming.

0:14:060:14:10

-I swam here all the way from Canada.

0:14:100:14:13

-It's been difficult

-finding thick ice.

0:14:140:14:16

-Difficult? Impossible almost.

0:14:170:14:19

-Nothing but water

-from here to Norway.

0:14:190:14:22

-There's no ice close

-to Greenland either.

0:14:220:14:25

-We've come all the way around -

-Norway, Greenland, Canada, Alaska.

0:14:260:14:31

-None of us have seen the sea of ice.

0:14:320:14:35

-Maybe if we swim further north...

0:14:350:14:40

-I've come down from the north.

-From Russia.

0:14:400:14:44

-There's no ice for miles.

0:14:440:14:46

-This is the only place

-to rest my tired paws.

0:14:470:14:50

-You're safe.

0:14:570:14:59

-Stay close to us.

0:14:590:15:01

-Stay close to us.

-

-Everyone, stay close.

0:15:010:15:03

-Form a chain, paw to paw.

0:15:030:15:06

-The wind is picking up.

0:15:090:15:11

-The waves are crashing.

0:15:120:15:15

-We're in trouble.

0:15:170:15:18

-How big are they?

0:15:190:15:20

-How big are they?

-

-We should get through this.

0:15:200:15:22

-Come closer.

0:15:220:15:24

-Mam, can we swim home now?

0:15:260:15:28

-It's too far.

0:15:290:15:30

-The ice is breaking.

0:15:340:15:35

-Uncle Cwrwgl,

-what are we going to do?

0:15:370:15:40

-There's only one thing for it.

0:15:400:15:42

-Octonots, to the Arctic Ocean.

0:15:430:15:46

-Octonots...

0:15:550:15:57

-..we're caught in stormy water

-on a block of ice.

0:15:570:16:00

-The ice is breaking up.

0:16:010:16:03

-Captain, we'll be there

-as quickly as we can be.

0:16:060:16:11

-Is the Octopod ready for action?

0:16:350:16:37

-There was no time

-to fix the steering.

0:16:370:16:40

-It should last long enough

-for us to reach the Arctic.

0:16:400:16:45

-Prepare to launch.

0:16:450:16:47

-Come on. Be a good Octopod.

0:16:520:16:54

-Prepare to launch.

0:16:540:16:56

-Come on.

0:16:590:17:01

-Come on.

0:17:020:17:04

-Launch complete.

0:17:050:17:06

-We must reach the captain

-faster than this.

0:17:110:17:14

-Can you speed us up?

0:17:140:17:16

-I'll give it a go.

0:17:170:17:18

-Let me see. If I unplug this...

0:17:180:17:22

-..and attach this to this...

0:17:220:17:24

-OK, Harri, press the red button

-and hold on to your eye-patch.

0:17:240:17:29

-Yeeaaww!

0:17:300:17:32

-Captain, we're on our way.

0:17:330:17:35

-Hold on.

0:17:390:17:41

-Got you.

0:17:420:17:43

-Thank goodness for your strong paws.

0:17:440:17:47

-We're four paws lower in the water.

-We're sinking.

0:17:480:17:54

-You look as if you need help,

-Captain.

0:18:000:18:04

-Thank you, Octonots.

0:18:040:18:06

-Goodness me.

0:18:080:18:09

-We must rescue all the bears.

0:18:140:18:16

-Octonots, go for it.

0:18:160:18:18

-Gwen, children.

0:18:510:18:52

-Now then, let's pick up

-the captain and... Captain?

0:18:580:19:03

-Fiddle and faddle.

-Where's the captain and his family?

0:19:030:19:07

-Harri, calling Cwrwgl.

-Where are you?

0:19:070:19:10

-Captain, where are you?

0:19:100:19:13

-Look, there's...

0:19:150:19:17

-Captain Cwrwgl here. Can we have

-a ride back to the Octopod?

0:19:200:19:24

-Can we see the Octopod? Hooray!

0:19:240:19:28

-Cwrwgl to the Octopod.

-We're on our way back.

0:19:300:19:33

-Everything OK?

0:19:340:19:35

-I can see some sea ice.

0:19:360:19:38

-It's too far for the bears

-to swim to it.

0:19:380:19:41

-We'll take them in the Octopod.

0:19:420:19:44

-Right away, Cap. The bears are in

-the diving bay drinking hot cocoa.

0:19:440:19:50

-I'll have a cuppa waiting for you.

0:19:550:19:58

-The launching sequence is on auto.

0:20:040:20:07

-I've mixed up the cocoa machine

-cables and the steering system!

0:20:090:20:15

-Shiver me timbers. If the Octopod

-hits the bottom, it'll shatter.

0:20:180:20:24

-What should we do?

0:20:240:20:26

-Captain?

0:20:270:20:28

-Don't worry, I have an idea.

0:20:290:20:31

-I usually say that.

0:20:310:20:33

-Ira, open the...

0:20:350:20:36

-Ira, open the...

-

-Octohatch.

0:20:360:20:39

-Hold on tight.

0:20:430:20:45

-Dela, raise...

0:20:470:20:49

-Dela, raise...

-

-The steering wheel.

0:20:490:20:51

-Careful, careful.

0:20:570:21:00

-Heading downwards.

0:21:060:21:08

-And upwards.

0:21:100:21:12

-Phew.

0:21:150:21:16

-That's better. Whoa!

0:21:170:21:20

-Your attention, please.

0:21:240:21:26

-You must see what's up here.

0:21:260:21:30

-The Northern Lights.

0:21:320:21:34

-Excellent.

0:21:360:21:37

-Excellent.

-

-You showed your bravery today.

0:21:370:21:40

-We were very brave.

0:21:400:21:42

-How brave?

0:21:420:21:43

-Brave enough to win

-your Bear League badges.

0:21:440:21:48

-Even though we didn't hunt

-on the sea of ice.

0:21:490:21:52

-Even though you didn't hunt

-on the sea of ice.

0:21:520:21:55

-Mam, Pegwn, look!

0:21:560:21:59

-Well done.

0:21:590:22:01

-We were lucky that you landed

-on our piece of ice.

0:22:010:22:04

-We wouldn't have survived

-without you.

0:22:040:22:07

-I didn't do it alone.

0:22:070:22:09

-With the help of the Octopod, we'll

-take everyone to the sea of ice.

0:22:100:22:14

-Thank you, Captain.

-The sea of ice is our home.

0:22:140:22:18

-Oh, yes.

0:22:180:22:20

-How about you, Captain?

0:22:200:22:22

-Where's your home?

0:22:220:22:23

-Where's your home?

-

-When I'm on the Octopod with you...

0:22:230:22:26

-..all the seas of the world

-are my home.

0:22:260:22:29

-.

0:22:580:22:58

Mae Pegwn yn mynd gyda Capten Cwrwgl i helpu chwaer y capten a'i heirth bach newydd. Pegwn goes with Capten Cwrwgl to help his sister and her new polar cubs in the frozen Arctic.


Download Subtitles

SRT

ASS