Rhywbeth ar y Gweill Pentre Bach


Download Subtitles

SRT

ASS


Rhywbeth ar y Gweill

Mae gwlân gwau Mrs Migl Magl wedi dod i ben, felly mae Daf Dafad yn ceisio nyddu mwy iddi fel syrpreis. Mrs Migl Magl has run out of knitting wool, so Daf Dafad decides to help ...


Similar Content

Browse content similar to Rhywbeth ar y Gweill. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!

Transcript


LineFromTo

-888

0:00:000:00:00

-888

0:00:000:00:02

-888

0:00:050:00:07

-888

0:00:100:00:12

-888

0:00:150:00:17

-888

0:00:220:00:24

-888

0:00:290:00:31

-I'd better make sure

-this glove has five fingers.

0:00:340:00:37

-The thumb.

0:00:380:00:40

-The index finger.

0:00:410:00:42

-The middle finger.

0:00:430:00:45

-The ring finger.

0:00:450:00:47

-I haven't finished

-knitting the little finger.

0:00:470:00:50

-Migl Magl! That's the end

-of this ball of wool.

0:00:520:00:55

-I hope there's another one

-in my basket.

0:00:570:00:59

-Oh, dear!

0:01:030:01:04

-Oh, no I don't have another one.

0:01:040:01:06

-There's nothing else for it -

-I must go and spin some more wool.

0:01:070:01:11

-The spinning wheel is ready

-and I'm ready.

0:01:210:01:24

-Mrs Migl Magl has popped

-to Parri Popeth's shop...

0:01:240:01:28

-..to buy something tasty for lunch.

0:01:280:01:31

-Oh!

0:01:310:01:32

-I know! I'll spin some wool

-for Mrs Migl Magl.

0:01:370:01:40

-I'm sure

-she'll be delighted with that.

0:01:410:01:43

-I've watched her spinning wool

-lots of times and it looks easy.

0:01:440:01:48

-This should be fun.

0:01:490:01:51

-Here we go!

0:01:540:01:55

-SHEEP BLEATING

0:01:590:02:00

-SHEEP BLEATING

-

-What's all this noise?

0:02:000:02:02

-Migl Magl!

0:02:050:02:07

-I'm sorry, Mrs Migl Magl.

0:02:070:02:09

-It was my fault.

0:02:090:02:11

-I'm in a hurry, you see.

0:02:110:02:13

-Yes, I can see that, Jac y Jwc.

0:02:140:02:16

-What's the rush? Something special?

0:02:170:02:19

-Yes. It's sheep shearing day

-at Hendre farm.

0:02:200:02:23

-I promised

-to go and give them a hand.

0:02:260:02:29

-Jini's coming, too.

0:02:290:02:31

-Hello, Mrs Migl Magl.

0:02:320:02:34

-What's that noise?

0:02:350:02:37

-It's the sound of the sheep

-on Hendre farm.

0:02:380:02:41

-The farmer must be herding them,

-ready to be sheared.

0:02:410:02:45

-I've just remembered

-my brand new joke about sheep.

0:02:480:02:51

-How do sheep keep warm in winter?

0:02:540:02:58

-What a shame Daf Dafad isn't here.

0:02:590:03:02

-He'd know the answer to this one.

0:03:020:03:04

-No, you'll have to tell us.

0:03:060:03:08

-How do sheep keep warm in winter?

0:03:080:03:11

-Well, they switch on

-their central bleating!

0:03:120:03:16

-Central bleating!

0:03:180:03:20

-Central bleating!

-

-Oh, Daf will love that one.

0:03:200:03:22

-Come on, Jini.

-They're expecting me on the farm.

0:03:230:03:27

-They're expecting you, too.

0:03:280:03:30

-I'll have one more try.

0:04:250:04:27

-Oh, dear!

-That was the last of the wool.

0:04:280:04:31

-What will Mrs Migl Magl say?

0:04:320:04:34

-Oh, there's somebody coming!

0:04:360:04:39

-What shall I do?

0:04:390:04:40

-I'll go and get the car.

0:04:430:04:44

-Look at this mess, Jac.

0:04:460:04:48

-Jacaraca!

0:04:510:04:52

-Who's responsible for this?

0:04:530:04:56

-Who's responsible for this?

-

-I am.

0:04:560:04:57

-Oh, Daf!

-You're covered in bits of wool.

0:04:580:05:01

-What have you been doing?

0:05:010:05:03

-I was trying to spin some wool

-for Mrs Migl Magl.

0:05:040:05:07

-Jacaraca!

0:05:070:05:09

-What a mess!

0:05:100:05:11

-What will Mrs Migl Magl say?

0:05:120:05:14

-I've used all her wool.

0:05:140:05:15

-There's no more wool.

0:05:170:05:18

-Oh, dear.

0:05:190:05:21

-I must find some more wool,

-Jac y Jwc.

0:05:220:05:25

-Where will you find wool, Daf Dafad?

0:05:260:05:29

-I know! Let's go, Jini.

0:05:340:05:36

-I know! Let's go, Jini.

-

-Where are we going?

0:05:360:05:38

-We're going to Hendre farm.

0:05:380:05:40

-Come on. We mustn't be late.

0:05:400:05:42

-I think I'll go to Hendre farm, too,

-to find out what's going on there.

0:05:460:05:52

-Here we are. This is Hendre farm.

0:06:040:06:06

-The gate is closed.

-I'll go and open it.

0:06:070:06:10

-Wait there.

0:06:110:06:12

-They're be delighted when they see

-I've come to help again this year.

0:06:300:06:35

-Where are the sheep, Jac?

0:06:410:06:43

-There they are.

0:06:450:06:47

-Hello, Mr Edwards. I've come

-to help you again, this year.

0:06:470:06:52

-Tut-tut! You must close every gate

-when you're on a farm, Jac y Jwc...

0:06:580:07:02

-..or all the animals will escape.

0:07:030:07:06

-Hello, Daf. What are you doing here?

0:07:310:07:34

-Hello, Daf. What are you doing here?

-

-I want to know what's going on.

0:07:340:07:36

-How's it going?

0:07:360:07:38

-How's it going?

-

-I think it's going well.

0:07:380:07:39

-To be honest,

-I'm not sure what's going on.

0:07:400:07:43

-What are they doing, Daf?

0:07:440:07:45

-The farmer is holding the sheep

-because he's about to shear it.

0:07:460:07:51

-Poor little sheep.

0:08:350:08:36

-She doesn't have any wool.

0:08:370:08:39

-Morlais has taken all her wool.

0:08:390:08:41

-She must be really, really cold.

0:08:430:08:46

-No, Jini, the sheep is relieved

-to get rid of the wool.

0:08:460:08:50

-She'd be far too hot in the summer

-under that thick coat of wool.

0:08:500:08:54

-Oh, yes.

0:08:550:08:56

-But she'll be cold, in the winter,

-without any wool.

0:08:570:09:01

-The wool will have grown back

-by the winter.

0:09:010:09:04

-I understand.

0:09:060:09:08

-What's Morlais doing now?

0:09:090:09:11

-He's rolling up the wool

-and he'll send it to a factory...

0:09:110:09:15

-..where it will be turned into

-winter clothes, for us.

0:09:160:09:19

-Do you think they'd be willing to

-give me some of this wool?

0:09:240:09:29

-I need some wool to take back home,

-for Mrs Migl Magl.

0:09:290:09:33

-Yes, I'm sure

-they'll let you have some wool.

0:09:330:09:36

-I'll ask. You stay here.

0:09:360:09:38

-There's a sheep over there!

-I'll catch it for you.

0:09:420:09:45

-Come here!

0:09:530:09:55

-Daf Dafad!

0:10:080:10:10

-It's you!

0:10:110:10:12

-I thought

-you were here to be sheared.

0:10:130:10:15

-Are you alright, Daf?

0:10:150:10:17

-Yes, I think so.

0:10:170:10:19

-This place is unbelievable!

0:10:190:10:21

-I'm sorry, Daf.

0:10:220:10:24

-I'm very, very sorry.

0:10:240:10:26

-Don't worry, Jac.

0:10:270:10:29

-This is nothing...

0:10:290:10:30

-..compared to having to tell

-Mrs Migl Magl I used all her wool.

0:10:310:10:35

-What on earth shall I do?

0:10:390:10:41

-Will this help, Daf?

0:10:420:10:44

-A bag of wool?

0:10:460:10:47

-Oh, thank you very much, Jini.

0:10:470:10:50

-You're worth your weight in gold.

0:10:510:10:53

-You're worth your weight in gold.

-

-Isn't she just?

0:10:530:10:54

-I know someone who can turn

-this wool into a ball of wool.

0:10:540:10:59

-Come on!

0:11:030:11:04

-What's going on here?

0:11:180:11:19

-This lady

-is spinning wool, Jac y Jwc.

0:11:190:11:22

-She's using a spinning wheel,

-like the one Mrs Migl Magl uses.

0:11:220:11:27

-How do you go about spinning wool?

0:11:280:11:31

-First, you need some clean wool.

0:11:310:11:34

-It's very soft.

0:11:360:11:38

-Next, you must comb the wool.

0:11:430:11:45

-It's just like combing your hair.

0:11:560:11:58

-Then, roll the wool into a sausage.

0:12:010:12:04

-It's ready for spinning.

0:12:140:12:15

-That's how you make wool.

0:12:230:12:25

-I told you it was easy!

0:12:270:12:28

-That's how Mrs Migl Magl makes wool

-to knit things like gloves.

0:12:280:12:33

-Scarves, too.

0:12:350:12:36

-Scarves, too.

-

-Not forgetting my jumper!

0:12:360:12:38

-Yes, Mrs Migl Magl knitted

-that jumper for you, Jac y Jwc.

0:12:380:12:42

-Yes.

0:12:420:12:43

-Here you are, Daf. A ball of wool,

-spun especially for Mrs Migl Magl.

0:12:510:12:56

-Thank you very much, Jini.

0:12:560:12:58

-You're wonderful.

0:12:580:12:59

-Yes, she is.

0:13:020:13:03

-Thank you.

0:13:050:13:06

-.

0:13:060:13:07

Mae gwlân gwau Mrs Migl Magl wedi dod i ben, felly mae Daf Dafad yn ceisio nyddu mwy iddi fel syrpreis. Mrs Migl Magl has run out of knitting wool, so Daf Dafad decides to help her out.