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Mon, 04 Dec 2017

Mae Gaynor yn ceisio perswadio Elgan i fynd am driniaeth. Mae hi'n ddiwrnod digalon ar y fferm. Gaynor tries to persuade Elgan to go for treatment. It's a sad day on the farm.


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-LOUD ROCK MUSIC

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-But what will the poor customers do

-for their Christmas dinner?

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-A stuffed nut roast? A few Brussels

-sprouts and a chipolata?

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-Gosh, Jim, what came over you?

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-Still taking orders while you were

-waiting for avian flu results.

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-I didn't know anything about the

-flu until I heard it on the radio.

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-And there I was thinking

-you were a good business partner.

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-They're going

-from house to house...

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-..checking for hidden poultry

-in the cupboard under the stairs.

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-They were in Bryntirion

-this morning, but we're vegans now.

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-Shush, Dai.

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-Things are bad enough without

-you stirring with your wooden spoon.

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-Dai...

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-..Hannah's on a course today

-and I've got a free lesson.

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-Do you fancy meeting up?

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-Is the Pope a Catholic?

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-Ask DJ as well.

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-I know he's not a vegan

-but it's worth keeping him sweet.

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-Quite right.

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-LOUD MUSIC

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-Listen, Jim, I know Eifion

-and Cadno should have told you...

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-Don't you even try to defend him.

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-Don't you even try to defend him.

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-They should have told you.

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-But they're worse off than you.

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-I've lost money.

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-Just think of being stuck

-in Penrhewl for a whole week.

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-I know you've got a soft spot

-for Cadno but I had a right to know.

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-They should have told me

-before anyone else and they didn't.

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-Are you alright?

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-I think I'm coming down

-with something.

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-There are a lot of bugs around.

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-Was that cake made using eggs?

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-Probably.

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-Come on, Diane,

-we'd better go home.

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-You can have a sit down there.

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-You can have a sit down there.

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-Good idea.

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-I'm not feeling very well.

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-I'm tempted to phone Cwm FM.

-They should have new headlines.

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-We're going to be in the news

-for a while.

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-People want to know the latest

-because it affects them.

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-I just want to leave this place.

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-I just want to leave this place.

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-Don't we all? Thanks.

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-Go upstairs or something.

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-Go upstairs or something.

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-And do what? Have forty winks?

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-Thank goodness the authorities

-let the children go to school.

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-It would be terrible

-to have them here during the cull.

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-I kept dreaming about it

-last night.

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-At least you slept.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Jim, again.

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-You have to talk to him eventually.

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-You have to talk to him eventually.

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-He'll only shout.

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-You shouldn't have had that stall

-or lied to him.

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-You were there

-when I talked to him.

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-Yes, but you're the one who lied.

-I'd have told him the truth.

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-Leave it, will you.

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-Leave it, will you.

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-You should have listened to me.

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-But, oh no, Cadno knew best.

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-But, oh no, Cadno knew best.

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-At least I cancelled the orders.

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-Anyway, the stall's old news by now.

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-TELEPHONE

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-Hello, Penrhewl.

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-No, we don't want to talk

-to your ridiculous rag.

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-Get lost!

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-Western Post.

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-They wanted to know

-why we had a turkey stall...

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-..while awaiting test results.

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-Old news, you said.

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-Right. Hide this! We don't want

-the women finding it, do we?

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-Where's DJ?

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-Where's DJ?

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-I don't know, I have texted him.

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-But it's not the same for him,

-he can eat meat whenever he likes.

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-Try that.

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-It's immense.

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-FRONT DOOR OPENS

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-Right, Diane...

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-..sit down

-and I'll make us a cuppa.

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-Diane?

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-A bit giddy, that's all.

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-Shall I phone for a doctor?

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-Shall I phone for a doctor?

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-No.

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-I want a bacon sandwich.

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-What?

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-Bacon, I want a sandwich.

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-But we don't have bacon,

-we're vegans.

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-There's bacon in my handbag.

-But please, don't tell Hannah.

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-You heard the woman,

-a bacon sandwich.

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-Hide the ham.

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-I'm letting you all down.

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-I'm letting you all down.

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-No, don't be so soft.

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-You haven't let anyone down.

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-You haven't let anyone down.

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-You just haven't been eating right.

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-Where is this bacon sandwich?

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-Hold on, it's on its way. Chester!

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-LOUD MUSIC

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Open the door, Elgan.

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-I'll stay here all afternoon

-if I have to.

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Open the door.

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-Right.

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-Nobody's to mention

-what's just happened.

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-Not a word.

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-If you ask me, I don't think you're

-cut out for this vegan business.

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-Of course I am.

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-You obviously haven't been eating

-a balanced diet.

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-I am eating a balanced diet

-especially when Hannah cooks.

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-Have you been taking supplements?

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-If you think I'm too weak

-to be a vegan...

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-Nobody's saying that, Diane,

-nobody's saying that.

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-Good.

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-Maybe I have had a moment's lapse...

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-..but I'm as determined as ever.

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-It's only natural for anyone

-to have a blip early on.

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-If you say so.

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-Good.

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-So, everything remains as it is.

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-I'm a vegan, you're a vegan,

-we're all vegans.

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-Amen.

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-Hannah would be so disappointed

-if she thought we'd all given up...

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-..wouldn't she, Chester?

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-Yes.

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-LOUD MUSIC

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-Can I switch this off?

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-Maybe you should open the curtains.

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-Maybe you should open the curtains.

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-No.

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-I've been concerned for you,

-not being able to get hold of you.

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-I don't like the way we left things

-on Friday.

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-I shouldn't have said what I did.

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-Never mind.

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-I understand

-that you've been through hell.

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-I also know it was a

-misunderstanding about Sofia.

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-Are you still married?

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-She left me...

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-..because living with me

-was unbearable.

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-I've been reading about

-the condition over the weekend.

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-The "condition". Have you now?

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-I'm certain

-you're suffering from PTSD.

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-Oh, well...

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-So everything's alright now, is it?

-Put a label on it will sort it out.

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-There's help available.

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-Great.

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-Great.

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-Honestly.

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-The treatments can make

-a world of difference.

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-Since when have you been qualified

-to say that?

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-I read about the experiences

-of people suffering from PTSD.

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-And I thought I was the doctor.

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-There's no shame in acknowledging

-what's wrong with you.

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-You're the one to say that, are you?

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-The fact you've labelled

-what's wrong with me...

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-..doesn't change what's inside here.

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-But maybe...

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-But maybe...

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-Maybe this, maybe that.

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-You can't fix me, Gaynor.

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-The damage was done

-a long time ago.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Do you want to go for a walk?

-Get some fresh air.

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-Would you like to come

-to Llwyncelyn?

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-It will be a change for you.

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-Oh, Elgan, talk to me, please.

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-What do you want me to say?

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-What do you want me to say?

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-Tell me how I can help.

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-You can't help.

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-But talking helps, doesn't it?

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-Tell me what you've been through.

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-I am willing to listen.

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-It doesn't matter what it is.

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-And I do understand

-that this is difficult for you...

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-..because PTSD can be

-a cruel condition.

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-Stop this labelling!

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-You have no idea

-what you're dealing with.

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-I don't want to talk, I don't want

-a fuss, I don't want anything.

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-I cope with this in my own way.

-I wish you would respect that.

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-Another game?

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-Another game?

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-No.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-Jim's pestering me now.

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-Are you going to answer it?

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-Are you going to answer it?

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-No.

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-This is all Cadno's fault.

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-I know you warned her

-not to set up that stall...

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-..but she didn't set out

-to risk the farm's reputation.

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-She was trying to stay in business.

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-Yes,

-but look at the mess she's made.

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-Avian flu was here, stall or not.

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-Don't be too hard on her.

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-She needs to accept responsibility

-and apologize.

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-You should be sticking together

-not making each other feel worse.

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-Whist or rummy?

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-A nap will do you

-the world of good.

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-Yes, I am tired.

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-Will you bring me a cuppa

-in about half an hour?

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-Of course I will,

-with some toast and jam.

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-And remember, no butter.

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-A vegan fridge

-doesn't have any butter.

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-Hey, she looks better

-after that sandwich.

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-I hope you stashed our sandwiches

-somewhere safe.

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-Why don't you just be honest

-and stop this vegan nonsense?

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-Maybe that would be for the best.

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-Maybe that would be for the best.

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-Have you lost your minds?

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-There'd be ructions here.

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-A word to the wise.

-How to deal with women.

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-Make them think you're always

-following their rules.

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-I've had an idea.

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-What now?

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-I deserve something stronger

-to go with my ham sandwiches.

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-Not that Islay single malt?

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-No. Some idiot poured that down

-the sink last week.

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-Sion White gave me this. It isn't

-as nice but it's a good one.

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-Is it alright for me to have some?

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-Not on your nelly.

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-Not on your nelly.

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-Come on.

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-You can have a small one.

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-I think today's been stressful

-for us all.

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-Here you are.

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-It smells so peaty.

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-Nice.

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-Lovely. Mm.

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-Don't you get used to this.

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-This only comes out of the cupboard

-when I'm here.

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-"I'm back in half an hour."

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-Hannah's back in half an hour.

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-Hannah's back in half an hour.

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-Go and get the sandwiches.

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-I'm not sure we should.

-If we're vegans, we're vegans.

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-What are you on about? Go on.

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-Chop-chop.

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-Good heavens.

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-Whisky is vegan.

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-Slainte.

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-Can we have some music

-or something on?

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-No. I don't want music.

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-I can't spend a week here

-if this is how it's going to be.

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-You don't have much choice.

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-For heaven's sake,

-just talk to each other.

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-I can't deny I'm angry

-about the stall.

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-But you're right. It's old news.

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-I should never have set up a stall.

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-I was so sure the results would be

-clear and that you were paranoid.

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-Especially as the vet

-didn't have any doubts either.

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-I know.

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-And now it's going to be

-in the Western Post...

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-..and everyone will think we're

-cowboys because I was so stubborn.

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-Our biggest problem is bird flu.

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-That's not our fault.

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-It's so cruel.

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-Such a waste.

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-I know.

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-What about Bobi and Arthur?

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-I bet the other children

-are picking on them.

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-Don't worry about that.

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-It's easier said than done.

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-They're here. The van's outside.

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-Come on.

-It'll do you good.

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-It's obvious you haven't eaten

-properly over the weekend.

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-There's no point you being here.

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-To be honest,

-it isn't right either.

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-You should be at home...

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-..looking after yourself.

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-Honestly now. Go.

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-Look...

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-..you really don't want to be

-a part of this.

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-I'll only cause more havoc.

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-It's what I always do.

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-You're not getting rid of me.

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-I'm not going anywhere.

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-So, eat that soup

-before it gets cold.

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-They've finished, have they?

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-They've just left.

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-The children will be back

-in a minute.

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-We can't be like this

-when they're here.

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-Yes, you're right.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-"Phone me Cadno. Today."

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-It's Jim again.

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-Phone him back, take the flack...

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-..before he threatens

-to take his share of the farm.

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-He wouldn't do that.

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-He wouldn't do that.

-

-Are you sure about that?

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-OK, I'll phone him back.

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-I've had enough of this struggling,

-Eifion.

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-Not a month goes by

-without some problem or other.

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-It's only natural

-to feel that way now.

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-But we'll be out and about again

-next week.

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-It's just hard, that's all.

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-Keeping the faith all the time.

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-We don't have much choice.

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-This is our livelihood.

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-Do you want me to re-heat it

-for you?

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-No, thanks.

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-Listen...

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-..I meant what I said earlier.

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-I don't want you

-to feel responsible for me.

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-I'll be fine on my own.

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-It's not a responsibility.

-I want to be there.

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-But I'm not going to change,

-you know.

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-Putting a name on what I'm going

-through won't change anything.

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-I know

-how I want to live with it.

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-Fair enough.

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-But will you promise me one thing,

-Elgan?

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-Will you be honest with me

-from now on?

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-No silences and refusing to speak.

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-And no disappearing acts

-and switching off your phone.

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-We'll get through this...

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-..together.

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-Alright.

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Mae Gaynor yn ceisio perswadio Elgan i fynd am driniaeth. Mae hi'n ddiwrnod digalon ar y fferm. Gaynor tries to persuade Elgan to go for treatment. It's a sad day on the farm.