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Mon, 15 Jan 2018

A fydd Dani yn cael y canlyniad mae'n dyheu amdano? Mae gwaith ditectif Britt yn parhau. Will Dani get the result she hopes for? Britt continues her detective work.


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-You want to be back

-with your friends, don't you?

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-Do you want your new scarf as well?

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-Yes. It will keep you warm

-on your way to school.

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-There you are.

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-It'll do her good

-to be back with her friends.

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-Yes, it will.

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-It's back to normal from today on.

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-I've been thinking, as we

-couldn't go away last weekend...

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-..why don't we book a hotel

-in Cardiff this weekend?

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-Yes. That sounds nice.

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-We could ask Hywel, Sheryl

-and Esther to come with us.

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-It would be nice

-for the girls to have company...

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-..and for us to have some fun

-with friends.

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-You don't know if they're

-available, do you?

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-I'll ask them.

-Are you alright with that?

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-Yes, of course.

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-Yes, of course.

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-Great. Come on then.

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-It was a bit quiet

-over the weekend, wasn't it?

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-It's January.

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-Losing two of the locals, thanks to

-Dry January, doesn't help matters.

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-Yes. Aren't Dai and DJ heroes?!

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-It's bad timing for DJ. He got

-that brewing kit for Christmas.

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-What do you mean?

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-The kit I had in Penrhewl

-is now in the garage in Bryntirion.

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-Dai bought it as a present for DJ.

-I had to take all the bottles over.

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-There are loads there

-that haven't been opened.

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-Hey, has the post arrived?

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-No. Why? Are you expecting

-something important?

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-It came earlier while you were out.

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-I got something for you

-from Carmarthen on Saturday.

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-I think Carol would look

-so cute in it.

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-Yes. So where is it then? The post.

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-Garry took it up.

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-A little hat.

-Ideal for this weather.

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-Lovely. Thanks.

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-When did Garry take the post up?

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-About 20 minutes ago.

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-Hey.

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-Hiya.

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-Britt said the post's arrived.

-Is there anything for me?

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-Yes.

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-There you are.

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-Um... Gar, can you check

-the radiators in the bar, please?

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-What?

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-What?

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-They feel a bit cold to me.

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-What? Now?

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-The customers will be arriving soon.

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-Right. The cash and carry accounts.

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-I got a spare card for Mathew

-so he can go if I'm away.

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-Yes. Cool.

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-Colin, I've just found out...

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-..that they've got

-a home brew kit there.

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-What? Who?

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-Dai and DJ.

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-Dai and DJ.

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-Oh. What? In Bryntirion?

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-Yes. It's Mathew's old kit.

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-In the garage.

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-In the garage.

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-Oh, right.

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-We know they're not drinking

-in the Deri.

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-And you said they don't buy beer

-from the shop.

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-But I'm telling you, they'd been

-drinking something the other day.

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-They did look a bit unsteady

-in the party.

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-They're taking people's money

-under false pretences...

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-..and I'm sure Diane's in on it.

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-Do you think so?

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-I don't think Diane...

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-I don't think Diane...

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-Oh, guaranteed, Colin. Guaranteed.

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-They've had all this publicity

-by claiming to support a charity...

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-..but I'm telling you,

-if my theory's right, well...

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-..look out!

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-What are you going to do, then?

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-We need proof.

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-Now then.

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-Dai and DJ are meeting Hywel

-in the Deri later.

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-I want you to go over there

-and find a way into that garage.

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-You said yourself that you did some

-home brewing when you were young.

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-I remember you saying.

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-Yes, well, I say a lot of things.

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-So it's not true?

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-So it's not true?

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-No.

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-Well, yes, that's true

-as it happens.

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-But it was ages ago. I don't

-remember much about home brewing.

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-You can waffle.

-You're good at that.

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-Yes. Dai and DJ

-will see straight through me.

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-I'll just make a fool of myself.

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-I'll just make a fool of myself.

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-Since when has that stopped you?

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-You're making a mountain

-out of a molehill now.

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-I know Chester's up in Bryntirion

-all the time...

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-This is nothing to do with Chester.

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-I'm just trying to do

-the right thing.

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-I have a duty to do something.

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-And you're going to help me.

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-Enjoy Saturday

-and we'll talk next week.

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-So long, now. Ta-ra.

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-Good morning.

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-What can I do for you then?

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-Pedicure or highlights?

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-No, I don't think so.

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-So why are you here?

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-Just to tell you

-that Ffion's going to contact you.

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-She wants us to go away

-for the weekend with the children.

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-What?

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-Just to Cardiff.

-She had the idea this morning.

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-We won't be able to come.

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-We won't be able to come.

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-It could be fun, you know.

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-Gethin.

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-I'm sure we'd find time

-to slip away.

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-Don't be ridiculous.

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-We should be avoiding

-situations like this.

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-OK, OK. I just wanted to let you

-know Ffion's going to phone.

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-But think about it before refusing.

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-Hey, it's a good thing you can see

-who's in here as you're passing.

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-What do you mean?

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-I was on my way to the Deri

-and he's in here.

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-Have you sponsored Dai and DJ

-for this Dry January thing?

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-Every penny's going

-to the rugby club.

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-I promised DJ 10

-and Ffion's promised Dai 10.

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-But you're not getting the money

-until they finish the challenge.

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-Very generous. Thank you.

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-Very generous. Thank you.

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-I'd better go. See you.

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-So long.

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-You're not busy on Saturday,

-are you?

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-Don't be so nosy.

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-If you're not busy

-we could organize something.

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-I thought you were on your way

-to the Deri.

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-Yes. See you later. Ta-ra.

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-Ah, just the man. Can you keep

-an eye on the bar, please?

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-I want to go upstairs.

-You can serve yourself as well.

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-Garry will be back any minute.

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-Okey-dokey. No problemo.

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-I should have made a career

-out of working behind the bar.

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-I feel more at home here

-than behind any shop counter.

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-There's less temptation

-behind a shop counter.

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-You're right there, Dai.

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-It must be strange for you two.

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-Sitting there without a pint

-in front of you.

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-Although, I heard you

-were into home brew nowadays, DJ.

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-Well, I have started brewing, yes.

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-But we won't be able to taste

-any of it until February 1st.

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-It's a bit of a struggle, but we're

-determined to reach our goal.

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-Yes, of course.

-I'm full of admiration.

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-The first brew won't be ready

-until the middle of next week.

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-Then we have to wait a week

-before tasting it.

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-We could award ourselves a drink

-for having a teetotal month.

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-Well, yes.

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-The barley will have modified

-properly by then.

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-Guaranteed.

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-And there'll be a good growth of

-acrospire in the beer, won't there?

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-What are you talking about?

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-Then the phenols and polyphenols...

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-..will have reached the right

-balance with a bit of luck.

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-Oh, sorry, boys. I was really

-into home brew in Lampeter, you see.

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-I used to help two brothers

-over the bridge in Cwmann.

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-They were characters!

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-Oh, right. Did you now?

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-I'd love to see

-how you're getting on, DJ.

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-I could give you the odd tip,

-if you want.

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-I could call over tonight.

-What do you say?

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-I've got rugby training tonight...

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-..but I'm free

-on Wednesday afternoon.

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-I could be free on Wednesday too.

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-But we can't taste it.

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-But we can't taste it.

-

-No, of course not.

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-But I'll be able to tell

-from the colour and the smell...

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-..if the mix has settled.

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-Oh, very good.

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-And it's important that master

-brewers share information...

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-..isn't it?

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-Is that it?

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-And?

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-You'd better see for yourself.

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-Oh, you're here. Your shift

-hasn't finished yet, has it?

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-No. I'm going back down now.

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-Before you go, there you are.

-A cash and carry card.

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-Thanks.

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

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-Yes.

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-Just...

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-I'm a bit emotional, that's all.

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-Listen, I'm thinking

-of going out for a walk...

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-..with Carol this afternoon.

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-Maybe we'll go and see Gethin.

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-Maybe we'll go and see Gethin.

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-Yes, OK.

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-Vic?

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-Vicky?

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-Are you sure?

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-100%.

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-He's the father.

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-Garry can never find out.

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-I love him but I don't know

-what he'd do if he found out.

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-Look who's here, Arwen.

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-Hiya, Dani. How are you?

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-Oh, Carol's as pretty as a picture.

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-Right, let's have a cuppa.

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-I only called in to say hello.

-I'm not staying.

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-That's a shame.

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-Maybe we'll get the chance

-to see more of Carol next time.

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-Call in any time.

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-What kind of day did she have?

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-Very good, I think. She was still

-smiling when I picked her up.

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-We'd better go.

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-We'd better go.

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-Phone me if you need anything.

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-Alright. So long.

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-Is she alright?

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-Yes. She's just tired.

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-Hey, did you hear from Sheryl?

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-No, not yet.

-I might call over later.

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-I've seen a good deal

-in a nice hotel.

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-It'll be great.

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-I thought we should meet up

-to discuss the sponsorship money.

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-I'll remember this for years,

-me on the wine...

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-..and two of the biggest drinkers

-around on the lemonade.

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-Maybe you should appreciate

-the sacrifice a bit more.

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-I don't see anyone else

-doing what we're doing.

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-But watch out

-at the end of the month.

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-We'll be tanking for real!

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-Has there been a good response?

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-Yes. Very good.

-That's why we're here.

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-I thought we could say...

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-..how we intend spending the money

-on the club's website.

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-Penrhewl has pledged 100 if you

-make it to the end of the month.

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-At this rate,

-we'll fly past 1,000.

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-You're more popular than I thought!

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-People know how difficult it is

-for you!

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-We can get new balls, tackle bags.

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-The youth team needs

-a new kit as well.

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-I thought we could have

-some kind of plaque up here.

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-You know what, DJ,

-I've heard worse ideas.

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-I might have a better idea.

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-I was thinking of presenting it

-to the committee next time we met.

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-Listen, Dai,

-this Dry January was your idea...

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-..and fair play, you've given

-the club years of service.

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-I'd like to think I've contributed

-as much as I can.

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-We still need a name for the pitch

-so I thought...

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-..well, maybe we could call it

-Parc Ashurst?

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-Are you serious?

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-Are you serious?

-

-Yes, very serious.

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-Parc y Scarlets, The Arms Park...

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-..Parc Ashurst.

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-Blimey!.

-It sounds good, doesn't it?

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-Hiya, Dani. It's nice to see you

-out. Is everything alright?

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-Yes. Why do you ask?

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-Yes. Why do you ask?

-

-Just checking you're not worried.

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-About what?

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-About what?

-

-After Friday.

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-I know

-it hasn't been easy for you...

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-..but many new mothers

-go through it.

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-There's no need to be embarrassed.

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-There she is. Little Miss Sunshine.

-Out for a walk?

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-We went to see Gethin, but

-it's getting cold now so...

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-You're telling me.

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-Sorry if I've upset you

-by bringing it up again.

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-You haven't.

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-Look.

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-Look, Col!

-She's wearing our hat.

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-Is she?

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-The one I bought on Saturday.

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-Oh, yes. It's very pretty.

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-I'd better get going.

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-Isn't she cute?

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-Yes.

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-Are you going

-to Bryntirion's garage?

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-Yes, yes.

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-I'm going up there on Wednesday.

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-Oh, Colin Evans,

-I can't wait to see Dai's face...

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-..when we catch him out.

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-See you later, Britt.

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-Look how lovely it is.

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-The men can take the girls swimming

-while we go to the spa.

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-And it's this weekend?

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-And it's this weekend?

-

-Yes. How about it?

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-I've already phoned the hotel

-but I thought of booking...

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-..through the other website

-to get the best deal.

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-This weekend isn't great for me.

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-What are you organizing now?

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-I've found a voucher

-deal to go to Cardiff...

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-..for the weekend and I thought

-the six of us could go.

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-Yes, that sounds ideal.

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-But I'm on my own in the salon now,

-remember.

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-Saturdays are busy and it's too

-short notice to cancel bookings.

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-And then on Sunday

-I'll have a load of paperwork to do.

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-It is short notice.

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-Don't worry, we'll organize

-something again.

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-Yes. These deals are offered

-constantly.

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-I'd better go or it'll be dinner

-time before I turn around.

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-Sorry about that but another time.

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-What was all that about?

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-You're not busy at all

-in the salon on Saturday.

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-So?

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-So?

-

-Why did you lie?

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-I didn't want to hurt her feelings.

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-I'd prefer to spend the afternoon

-with you and Esther...

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-..not Ffion and Gethin.

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-I wasn't sure where you'd gone.

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-I went to see Gethin, I told you.

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-How were they?

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-Good. Arwen's been allowed back

-to school in another trial.

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-She came home while I was there,

-all smiles.

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-Did you see Britt?

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-Did you see Britt?

-

-Yes, I passed her.

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-She was pleased to see Carol

-in her hat.

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-She was worried

-you wouldn't like it.

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-I think she's happier now.

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-You seem to be happier too.

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-Do I?

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-Were you OK earlier?

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-Yes, just...

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-I realized how lucky I am.

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-Yes?

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-I really am happy today, Gar.

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-Like I've turned a corner.

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-Really?

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-Really.

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-I'm happy and Carol's happy.

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-Come here you.

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-Yes. Show Dadi how happy you are.

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-Come here, love, come here.

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-No?

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A fydd Dani yn cael y canlyniad mae'n dyheu amdano? Mae gwaith ditectif Britt yn parhau. Will Dani get the result she hopes for? Britt continues her detective work.