Thu, 13 Jul 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Thu, 13 Jul 2017

Mae Dr Elgan yn helpu Anita gyda'i chanu ond a oes ganddi unrhyw obaith o gyrraedd y Brifwyl? Dr Elgan helps Anita with her singing but is she really Eisteddfod standard?


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-Hiya. What's in the bag?

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-Lemons, eggs from Penrhewl, salmon.

-A treat for us.

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-You're spoiling me.

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-You're spoiling me.

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-You deserve it.

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-It isn't because you feel sorry

-for me, is it?

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-No.

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-And I hope you don't either.

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-Well, the trichologist said...

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-..the fact there's no change doesn't

-mean there won't be any change.

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-Everyone is different, he said.

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-So I have to be positive.

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-I don't know anyone else like you.

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-I want you to hold on to that

-sentiment because I need a favour.

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-Well, three to be honest.

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-Three? Alright. Come on then.

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-The first is forgiveness...

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-..because I've already arranged

-to go and see Ifan, but without you.

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-Right. What's next?

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-Following your advice

-to do some retail therapy...

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-..I got this for Wil.

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-Can you set it up so that

-it's ready for him?

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-Where would you be without me?

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-Where would you be without me?

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-The shop in Carmarthen, probably!

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-I'll sort that out for you.

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-What about the last one then?

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-Be honest now, OK.

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-Come with me.

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-Which one for today?

-I fancy a change.

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-You'll look great

-whichever one you...

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-Thanks. Well, is there any reason

-for the delay with this breakfast?

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-Alright.

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-Chop-chop.

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-I'm slow these days.

-What's wrong with me.

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-You're enjoying your nights

-too much!

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-Right, see you later.

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-Hey, you don't fancy phoning

-the school...

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-..to say you're ill

-and spend the day with me?

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-Are you going to write me a note?

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-KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Anita, come in.

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-I hope I'm not disturbing you

-but I noticed...

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-..that Dr Pritchard's car

-was outside and...

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-Oh, hello doctor.

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-Is everything alright?

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-Is everything alright?

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-Yes, yes.

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-Listen, do you remember telling me

-to go for it in the Eisteddfod?

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-Um...

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-With the folk song?

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-With the folk song?

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-Oh, yes.

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-Well, I am. I'm going for it.

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-But only with your help.

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-But only with your help.

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-What?

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-You're in luck, Anita.

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-He's not working today, unlike me.

-See you later.

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-OK, then.

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-Right, well, um...

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-A shower first.

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-For me, I mean. And then breakfast.

-Why don't I come over in an hour?

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-Oh, great. There we are.

-I'm looking forward to it already.

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-Thank you very much. Ta-ra.

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-Hey.

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-Are you crazy?

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-Eh?

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-I'll have to do it all again now.

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-I'll have to do it all again now.

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-You're lucky I didn't slip.

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-Nonsense. You can help me too.

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-You're joking!

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-You're joking!

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-We'll sort it out. It's no problem.

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-You're turning this place

-into a circus.

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-Right. Listen to me,

-you can't treat customers like that.

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-It was only Eifion.

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-Who's a customer. If you treat them

-like that, I don't want you here.

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-I have to keep busy.

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-Let's see if you can improve then.

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-Let's see if you can improve then.

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-What are you doing?

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-I'm a customer.

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-Good morning.

-I'd like a white loaf, please.

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-Leave it out, will you?

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-And I love tins of beans.

-Do you sell them?

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-Well...

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-..madam.

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-Nice. I like that.

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-If it's bread and beans you want,

-you're in luck...

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-..because I've got plenty of loaves

-over there and the beans are there.

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-That's how you should be

-with the customers.

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-You can do this, Jim.

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-Eileen.

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-Jim.

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-Ifan, you're gorgeous.

-But why don't you go back to Mami?

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-What do you say?

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-Yes. Come on then.

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-Go to Mami.

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-Come here. Thank you.

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-Are you alright, Sher?

-You look tired.

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-I had a long day yesterday

-and not much sleep at the end of it.

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-I'm with you there.

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-You won't get much sympathy from me

-when it comes to sleep.

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-As bad as that?

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-It could be worse,

-couldn't it, mister? Yes, it could.

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-Is Jason doing his share?

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-Yes, but nobody gives cuddles

-like Mam, do they?

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-No.

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-The power these little people

-have over us, it's totally bonkers.

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-I remember Wil at that age

-as if it was yesterday.

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-Honestly now, Sara,

-treasure this time.

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-It'll be over

-before you turn around.

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-Yes. I will.

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-You must be looking forward

-to having Wil home.

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-Yes. I can't wait to get a cuddle

-from him and as you say...

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-..cuddles from Mam are the best.

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-You've been so strong...

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-..letting Wil live

-on the other side of the world.

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-I don't know how

-you've been able to do it.

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-I don't think I could have.

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-I had no choice

-under the circumstances.

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-I did what was best for him.

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-Yes. Of course you did.

-Sorry, Sher.

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-I had hoped to see you before now.

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-I've been wanting to talk to you.

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-I've been wanting

-to talk to you too.

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-Jim...

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-..I understand...

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-..why you did what you did.

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-You were only trying to protect

-your family, like anyone would.

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-You weren't to know

-he'd take advantage of you.

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-All that matters...

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-..is that you reacted as you did

-when you learned the truth.

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-You're a good man, Jim.

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-You're a good man, Jim.

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-He almost killed you.

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-Yes. Yes, he did.

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-Not you.

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-Listen, this is important

-for both of us.

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-From today onwards, we're not going

-to talk about what happened again.

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-There's no need, alright?

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-As far as I'm concerned, it's over.

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-Right.

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-Sorry.

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-You've been listening

-on the stairs, haven't you?

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-I couldn't help it, sorry.

-Thanks, Col.

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-Hello?

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-I'll go down.

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-Poor, Eileen.

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-I couldn't help noticing...

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-..that standards have slipped a bit

-since I left.

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-It's a bit of a shambles,

-to be honest.

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-But there we are...

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-..thank heavens you're here to help

-until I come back.

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-Yes.

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-I admire you, you know.

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-No, honestly.

-It's important that you hear it.

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-You always find a way to cope

-with whatever life throws at you.

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-It hasn't been easy.

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-No. But you've succeeded.

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-You've got Esther and Hywel,

-the salon.

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-I should have Wil as well.

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-I should have Wil as well.

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-As you said. Circumstances.

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-Do you think I could still be

-a good mother to Wil?

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-You are a good mother to Wil.

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-What if he doesn't agree?

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-What if he doesn't agree?

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-Talk to him when he comes home.

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-He's older now. He'll understand.

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-Hey, every boy needs a mother.

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-Look at Jason.

-He'd be lost without Diane.

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-That's what I have to put up with.

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-Maybe it is time for him

-to come home.

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-So that I can get to know

-my son again, you know.

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-After all...

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-..I know what's best for him,

-don't I?

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-# La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la

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-# La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la #

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-Sorry.

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-Once I've warmed up a bit,

-look out.

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-Yes.

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-But before we start on the song

-you've chosen for the Eisteddfod...

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-..Fflat Huw Puw?

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-Yes. As long as you can stop me

-being Flat Anita!

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-I'll do my best.

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-Before all that,

-I think we'll focus...

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-..on trying to hit

-individual notes correctly.

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-Are you familiar

-with the tune of Had Maip Mon?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-Meic used to sing that one.

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-There we are. Can you give it a go?

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-Yes, I'll try.

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-Go for it then.

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-# Had maip Mon #

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-Wow.

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-That's how it goes, isn't it?

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-Try it again.

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-# Had maip Mon

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-# Heuwch yn gynnar, mi ddon

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-# Ac os y don nhw, ddon nhw ddim

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-# Ac os na ddon nhw, mi ddon #

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-Yes, that was closer to it.

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-Try again with a bit more oomph.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-"How is it? Piaf or painful?"

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-# Had maip Mon

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-# Heuwch yn gynnar #

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-We'll leave that one

-and go to the Huw Puw.

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-OK.

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-Is that it?

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-Have you got any mustard powder?

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-Have you got any mustard powder?

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-Isn't it on the shelf?

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-No.

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-Jim must have done something.

-I'm sure there's some out the back.

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-Jim, come down here, will you?

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-Jim will be down now.

-He'll find the mustard for you.

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-Eileen?

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-Great. Did you have to?

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-Great. Did you have to?

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-What?

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-Never mind. I want to leave

-before he comes down.

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-Isn't Eileen here then?

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-No, she's slipped out.

-Is everything alright?

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-Yes. What can I get you?

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-Yes. What can I get you?

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-Mustard powder.

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-Alright, I'll go out

-and take my boots off.

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-No, it's alright. You're in your

-work clothes during a day of work.

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-But you said this morning...

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-But you said this morning...

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-I know what I said and I'm sorry.

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-You can wear stilettos for all

-I care and I won't tell anyone.

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-Um, Gaynor?

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-Hiya. A quick question.

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-Is it too late to register

-pupils at the new school?

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-It's a bit early for Esther.

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-Not Esther, not yet anyway.

-For Wil.

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-Wil! Is he coming back here to live?

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-Yes.

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-That's fantastic news.

-You must be thrilled.

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-Yes, but I don't want anyone

-to know yet, so...

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-Of course. I won't tell anyone.

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-I'll let you know

-about registering Wil too.

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-Thanks, Gaynor. Ta-ra.

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-# Bydd y pres yn sgleinio ar y llyw

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-# Pan fydda i yn gapten llong

-ar Fflat Huw Puw #

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-Yes, that was much better.

-Well done.

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-You're very kind to say that,

-doctor...

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-..but you're not fooling anyone

-because I'm terrible.

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-There we are.

-I may as well accept it.

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-Don't put yourself down.

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-It will come in the end

-with plenty of practice.

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-If I am going to improve,

-I'm going to need a lot of lessons.

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-TEXT ALERT

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-Can I make you some lunch

-to show my appreciation?

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-No, there's no need.

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-I know, but it's only polite

-and you've given me so much help.

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-Alright then, why not? Thanks.

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-I'll make a tuna salad,

-if that's alright with you.

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-You can help me if you like.

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-You can help me if you like.

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-Yes, great.

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-Is everything alright?

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-I'm sorry. I have to go.

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-Forgive me.

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-Forgive me.

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-Without lunch?

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-Ta-ra, then.

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-Sorry to disturb you, Col.

-I know you're resting.

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-No, that's alright. A cuppa?

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-No, no thanks.

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-I know it's early

-but I wanted to ask...

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-..if you know

-when you can come back to the shop?

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-Oh.

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-Um...

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-Well, I haven't thought

-about it yet, to be honest.

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-No. Sorry.

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-I'm having a bit of trouble

-there at the moment.

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-You've got Jim there to help you.

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-He is the trouble.

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-Oh, I see.

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-I noticed that things

-were a bit all over the shop.

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-I should never have asked you.

-I'm sorry.

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-No, it's alright.

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-Look, if he's making

-your life difficult...

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-..you need to tell him.

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-You're right. I know.

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-But the place isn't the same

-without you, Col.

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-Thank goodness you're back.

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-I need a break from this nonsense.

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-How were the little family?

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-They're great. Ifan is so lovely.

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-They're great. Ifan is so lovely.

-

-Yes, he is.

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-Look.

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-I've finished it.

-This was a good idea.

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-It's just the thing, so he can

-Skype when he goes back to Canada.

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-Yes.

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-Look, I've put these on it

-so that he doesn't forget about us.

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-Listen, Sher.

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-I know it's going to be difficult

-when he goes back...

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-..but Esther and I

-are here for you.

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-We're doing alright, aren't we?

-The three of us?

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-Yes.

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-Was the food alright?

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-Yes. Tasty.

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-Do you want more wine?

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-I'll do it.

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-Is everything alright?

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-What's wrong?

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-I've been offered a job.

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-What kind of job?

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-What kind of job?

-

-A good one.

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-That's usually good news.

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-This job's in Edinburgh.

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-Wow.

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-Wow.

-

-Yes.

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-It's an incredible offer.

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-I don't think I can turn it down.

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-I knew they were out

-there somewhere.

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-Wow, you were quick.

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-Is there anything else

-I can get you?

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-No, you've been a star.

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-I have to say, Jim,

-this place looks a lot better.

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-Yes, I agree with you.

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-We've gone back to the old system,

-Eileen's system.

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-Before I interfered.

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-I see. Thanks for these. Ta-ra.

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-Go and put the kettle on.

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-You deserve to put

-your feet up for a while.

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-I'd love to. Thanks.

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-And I'm sorry for everything.

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-It's alright.

-Just don't do it again!

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-It does sound like

-an amazing opportunity.

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-My friend, David, has established

-a working relationship...

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-..with the medical department

-at the university.

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-It's always appealed to me.

-An opportunity to lecture.

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-You'll be like Indiana Jones!

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-And I'll be here

-in the Temple of Doom!

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-Gaynor.

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-I'm very pleased for you, honestly.

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-It's a shame

-that we have to call it a day...

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-..just as we were getting to know

-each other.

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-I haven't given them an answer yet.

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-It sounds like

-you've made your decision.

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-I'm going to sleep on it.

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-Right. I'll go then.

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-But of course...

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-..we don't have to call it a day.

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-There's another option.

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-You could come with me.

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-Think about it.

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Mae Dr Elgan yn helpu Anita gyda'i chanu ond a oes ganddi unrhyw obaith o gyrraedd y Brifwyl? Dr Elgan helps Anita with her singing but is she really Eisteddfod standard?