Pennod 18 Rownd a Rownd


Pennod 18

Cystadleuaeth, amheuaeth a phryder wrth i ddiwrnod y ras gyrraedd. Competition, suspicion and anxiety abound as the day of the race arrives.


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-Tax evasion is against the law.

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-Tax avoidance isn't.

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-So, be honest.

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-That's all I can say.

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-OK.

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-I will run in the race and neither

-you or anyone else can stop me.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-I can't talk now.

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-Sorry, something's come up.

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-We can't get out of it.

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-Can we come round

-on the first of March instead?

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-MICROWAVE BEEPS

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-Do you feel alright to run?

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-I wouldn't run

-if I didn't feel alright.

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-You're not serious.

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-After everything that's happened,

-you're putting yourself in danger.

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-In danger of what?

-It's a race, not war.

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-The war's in here.

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-What do you think about this?

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-If he says he's fit,

-you can't stop him. He won't listen.

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-I know he's stubborn

-but he's running in my place.

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-He's raising money

-for a good cause too.

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-I'm worried about his health.

-He's been overdoing it.

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-He almost burned the garage

-to the ground after fainting.

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-He could have died.

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-He could have died.

-

-Here we go again.

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-I didn't burn the garage down,

-I didn't die and I fainted once.

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-Why did you lie

-and refuse to see a doctor?

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-I knew you'd be like this.

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-Why waste a doctor's time

-when they can't do anything?

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-It's your decision.

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-You know how I feel. I don't

-support what you're doing.

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-Thanks.

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-The big day's arrived.

-Are you ready for it?

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-I'm ready.

-I don't know about Mathew.

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-Are you ready to lose, Iolo?

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-Lose your self respect

-in front of everyone.

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-You'll be losing that as the

-schoolchildren fly past Mr Parry.

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-How long will you take to run it?

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-I'm hoping to run it

-in less than 45 minutes.

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-I'm hoping Mathew

-takes over an hour.

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-Good luck to you two.

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-Come over to the cafe later.

-There'll be plenty of pasta.

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-Yes, you don't want to eat

-hot dogs or any rubbish.

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-I'll be there, Glenda.

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-I'll be there, Glenda.

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-I'll be there first.

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-Oh, Philip.

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-We're conducting a small raffle...

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-..to raise more money

-for the intensive care unit.

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-Would you make a donation?

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-Would you make a donation?

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-Yes, of course.

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-I'll think of something.

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-I'll think of something.

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-Thanks.

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-Today's the big day

-for sponsorship too, Iolo.

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-How much did you get?

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-How much did you get?

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-You first.

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-120.

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-I've got 126.

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-Yes!

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-If you want to go to support Rhys,

-we'll be fine here.

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-No, it's fine.

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-It's none of my business.

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-I've donated money

-and wished him good luck.

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-Hi, Nia. Are you OK?

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-I'll take your coat.

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-It's busy out there.

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-I'm surprised a fit young man

-like you isn't out there, Jac.

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-I'm not a runner.

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-What's the point of putting

-your body through the pain?

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-Lucky you're naturally fit.

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-Fit enough to fetch the tea.

-What do you want?

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-Tea, please.

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-Tea for me and a cuppa for Nia.

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-No problem.

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-No problem.

-

-Thanks.

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-Take a seat.

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-Isn't he sweet?

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-Tea or coffee...?

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-What are you doing?

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-Um, I was just

-bringing it to you now.

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-You've got no right

-to look through it.

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-Sorry.

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-I'd like your support

-for this race, Dad.

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-That's not going to happen.

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-Just come with us.

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-Just come with us.

-

-Come on, Dad.

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-This race is important to me.

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-This race is important to me.

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-More important than your own health.

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-Look, you know how I feel.

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-I can't stop you. You're old enough

-to do what you want.

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-I don't want to, Dad. I need to.

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-I need to do this.

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-Grow up, will you?

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-Have you cancelled everything

-on Wednesday afternoon?

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-Yes, but Mrs Rowley wasn't happy.

-I said we might be able to make it.

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-At two o'clock?

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-Wise up, Meical.

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-We can't go to the tax place

-stinking of sweat.

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-I'll call her and tell her

-we'll be there another day.

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-Fine, if you want to.

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-I tried. She won't be happy.

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-I can't wait for this to be over.

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-I hope everything will be over then.

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-Alright?

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-Are you ready

-for this meeting next week?

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-Yes.

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-Remember what I said.

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-Remember what I said.

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-Alright.

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-There we are.

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-Llio, hiya.

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-Carys. It's been a long time.

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-Carys. It's been a long time.

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-Hello.

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-What are you doing here

-on a Saturday morning?

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-I'm renting a room from Alun RE.

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-Nice guy.

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-He lives around the corner.

-It's convenient to the school.

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-Very convenient.

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-From Dad for the raffle, Glenda.

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-Thank you, Mathew.

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-Is it always this busy

-at the weekends?

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-No, there's a 10km race on today.

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-Some of the pupils are running.

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-And the deputy head!

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-It's not too late if you fancy it.

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-The race isn't for another hour.

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-What a pity.

-I left my shorts at home!

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-I'll pop over to show my support.

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-I'll pop over to show my support.

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-I'll see you there.

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-I'm glad I've seen you.

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-I want to ask you something.

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-Of all people, Wyn?!

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-I wanted advice from a businessman.

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-I'm a businessman, Michelle.

-Dani runs a business.

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-When did you see him

-and why didn't you say?

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-Is that what's bothering you?

-Not knowing?

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-Everything bothers me, Michelle.

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-I happened to see him.

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-The man knows everything about

-business, money and the like.

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-We can't ask Dani because

-you don't want the girls to know.

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-I didn't want anyone to know,

-especially Wyn.

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-He won't tell anyone.

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-He's got a bigger mouth

-than the Conwy tunnel.

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-What if customers find out?

-You know what they're like.

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-Would you like me to talk to him and

-make sure he doesn't say anything?

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-Say what?

-What are you arguing about?

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-Ask your mother.

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-Meical's grumpy because I...

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-..deleted some programme

-he recorded.

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-Something about dolphins.

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-Dolphins?

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-Don't be such a baby, Meical.

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-It'll be online.

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-Are you coming to watch Rhys run?

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-You go.

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-Come on, Meical.

-We're sponsoring him 1,000.

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-If he doesn't finish,

-we might get some money back.

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-Mam!

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-Hold this for a minute.

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-I hope you get good photos with

-that, so Dad sees what he's missing.

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-It's bad that he isn't here.

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-It is. Rhys wants him here.

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-They're both as stubborn

-as each other.

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-Do you feel alright?

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-Do you feel alright?

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-Yes, I'll be fine.

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-Good luck. Take it easy.

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-I've come to wish Rhys good luck.

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-He's not in the best mood.

-Is everything alright? Where's John?

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-Dad refused to come to support him.

-No, everything's not alright.

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-I see.

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-Fair play to Sian for coming.

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-How's your big brother? Is he fit?

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-How's your big brother? Is he fit?

-

-He's running, isn't he?

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-Drones are good. You'll have

-to show me how they work.

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-Why?

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-Why?

-

-I fancy buying one for surveillance.

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-What do you think

-of Tom's new puppet?

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-He loves it, don't you, lad?

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-You'll never guess its name.

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-Wil!

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-Here you go. Thanks.

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-Lovely, Nia.

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-Lovely, Nia.

-

-Thanks. Bye.

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-Bye.

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-I'm going to get the teas in.

-Do you want anything, Jac?

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-No.

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-Just me and Lowri then.

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-Come on, Jac.

-I'm sure she wasn't being nosy.

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-I'm sure she was.

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-Poor thing.

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-I bet it was an accident.

-She's clearly sorry.

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-She's got no right to be nosing.

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-Look, Jac. I said I was sorry.

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-I thought it was ringing

-and I was bringing it over.

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-I didn't want you to miss

-an important call from...

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-..whoever is contacting you

-non-stop.

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-Listen.

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-I don't want to talk

-or fall out about it.

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-Forget about it, alright?

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-I've won the first race.

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-130.

-Just picked up a last-minute 10.

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-Mathew.

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-Look what Mair made for you.

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-It's for you to wear

-during the race.

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-Fair play to you.

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-There was no need.

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-I'll wear it after the race!

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-I'll wear it after the race!

-

-No, now!

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-I have to wear this shirt

-with the number on or I can't run.

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-Mathew, she's gone

-to a lot of trouble.

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-I've got no time to change.

-The race is about to start.

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-Hurry up, Mathew.

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-Hurry up, Mathew.

-

-See? Sorry, I've got to go.

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-Get changed.

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-It looks good!

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-Good luck to you.

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-Good luck, everyone.

-Five, four, three, two, one.

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-KLAXON

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-Wahey, go on!

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Do we need to talk?

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-Well, come in.

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-Well done.

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-MESSAGE ALERT

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-You've got a text. Who is it?

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-How should I know?

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-I'm busy. My phone's in my pocket.

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-I'm busy. My phone's in my pocket.

-

-Do you want me to get it?

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-No. It's none of your business.

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-No. It's none of your business.

-

-What if it's Barry?

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-Why would it be Barry?

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-That's all over.

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-Then why did he call you a puppet?

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-He didn't call me a puppet.

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-He called the puppet Wil.

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-That's the same thing.

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-I just don't like the guy.

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-I don't like his attitude.

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-I don't like his attitude.

-

-I don't like your attitude.

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-Shut up and leave it alone.

-I'm busy.

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-He knows how I feel.

-He's just so stubborn.

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-He must take after his father.

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-I just want what's best for him.

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-I just want what's best for him.

-

-What is best for him, John?

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-Not running this race.

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-He's not fit to do it.

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-Fit or not...

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-..he's determined to run.

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-He might fall,

-he might hurt himself.

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-He might not make it halfway.

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-But you should be there for him.

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-To watch him hurt himself,

-fail and break his heart?

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-You said you'd be there

-come what may for our baby.

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-Yes, and I will be.

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-You've got three other babies, John.

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-One of them

-needs your support today.

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-Thanks, Elen.

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-Thanks, Elen.

-

-Thanks. Bye.

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-Sorry.

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-Ooh.

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-I've got a customer coming in

-for an updo at three o'clock.

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-Can you or Lowri take her?

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-I want to take a half day

-if that's alright?

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-Today? You're asking me now?

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-Today? You're asking me now?

-

-Only if it's alright.

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-I don't have to leave until two.

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-Where are you going?

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-Can I or not?

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-Alright.

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-Only if you promise to stop sulking

-after this morning's phone incident.

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-I've already forgotten about it.

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-Why are you here? I thought

-you'd be watching the race.

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-Looking for you. Mam and

-Meical are looking for you.

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-Are you coming to watch the end?

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-Are you coming to watch the end?

-

-No, I'm busy.

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-You don't look busy.

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-People are running in David's

-memory. They raised a lot of money.

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-Don't you want to be there?

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-It's nothing to do with me.

-It's Rhys's thing.

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-You both lost David. Go, Dani.

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-Please come.

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-Oh, I don't know.

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-I'll come with you. Jac can cover

-for a while, won't you?

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-We're covering for him

-this afternoon.

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-It's fine. Go over.

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-Thanks.

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-Are you alright?

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-Great, thanks.

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-They're nowhere to be seen, Glenda.

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-They're nowhere to be seen, Glenda.

-

-No.

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-It's too early. They expect the

-first ones in around ten minutes.

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-Are these for free?

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-They are for the runners.

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-There's food and drink

-in the cafe as usual.

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-A lot of pasta.

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-Let's get a hot dog, Meical.

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-Hey. Did you get good photos?

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-Any sign of the runners?

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-Not yet, maybe in ten

-or fifteen minutes.

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-Aren't these things good?

-Is that Mathew?

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-You could see Mathew from the moon.

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-He's wearing

-a sparkly lilac T-shirt.

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-That could be Rhys.

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-Look at him go.

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-Hi, John.

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-Hiya.

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-I wanted to apologise for being

-nosy and opening my big mouth.

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-Don't worry.

-I was glad to hear the truth.

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-It's a pity Barry

-didn't say anything.

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-He was trying to be a good friend,

-I imagine.

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-Yeah. Enjoy yourselves.

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-Yeah. Enjoy yourselves.

-

-Thanks. Bye.

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-You little sneak!

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-I had to beat you after you played

-such a dirty game with sponsorship.

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-We're all square now.

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-Well done, well done, love.

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-Congratulations, sir.

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-Sponsorship money

-fresh from the cashpoint.

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-Your father did well, didn't he?

-Thanks to that lucky T-shirt.

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-I'm not...

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-I'm not...

-

-Well done, lads. Great!

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-Thanks.

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-Who was that guy who gave you 10?

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-A new student teacher.

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-His name's Dylan.

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-He went out with Llio at university.

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-Does nobody want a haircut today?

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-Don't worry, Jac's there.

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-We won't be long.

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-By the way, Jac's booked

-the afternoon off.

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-He booked it? He must be ill!

0:17:260:17:27

-He booked it? He must be ill!

-

-Indeed.

0:17:270:17:28

-We'll go back after Rhys

-crosses the line.

0:17:280:17:31

-I thought he'd have finished

-before Mathew and Iolo.

0:17:310:17:34

-Time for a cuppa.

0:17:340:17:36

-Why does Jac want the afternoon off?

0:17:380:17:41

-Where's he going and with who?

0:17:410:17:42

-Where's he going and with who?

-

-You're jealous, aren't you?

0:17:420:17:44

-That's why you were

-looking at his phone.

0:17:450:17:47

-Don't be silly.

-There's something odd going on.

0:17:470:17:50

-Dani, if you like him,

-you should tell him how you feel.

0:17:500:17:54

-There's nothing to say.

0:17:540:17:55

-I don't understand

-why he's keeping secrets.

0:17:560:17:59

-We're supposed to be friends.

0:17:590:18:01

-This is silly. The first runners

-finished hours ago.

0:18:020:18:06

-Not hours, Dad.

0:18:060:18:08

-Those two think they're special!

0:18:080:18:10

-Those two think they're special!

-

-He'll be here now. You'll see.

0:18:100:18:12

-Rhys should have finished at the

-same time as them or ahead of them.

0:18:120:18:16

-Something's happened.

0:18:160:18:17

-Something's happened.

-

-There are stewards on the course.

0:18:170:18:19

-If something had happened,

-we'd know.

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-I'm going to ask.

0:18:220:18:23

-I'm going to ask.

-

-Look!

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-Rhys!

0:18:250:18:26

-Come on, Rhys!

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-Come on!

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-Come on, Rhys.

0:18:290:18:31

-Rhys, are you alright?

0:18:340:18:35

-Rhys, are you alright?

-

-I can't.

0:18:350:18:36

-You're almost there. Come on!

0:18:360:18:38

-Come on, Rhys!

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-David would be so proud of you.

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Cystadleuaeth, amheuaeth a phryder wrth i ddiwrnod y ras gyrraedd. Competition, suspicion and anxiety abound as the day of the race arrives.


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