Tue, 07 Feb 2017 Pobol y Cwm


Tue, 07 Feb 2017

Mae Dai yn rhoi lloches i Kath yn APD. Mae Jim yn ceisio rhoi anrheg i Dani, ond ydy hwnnw'n anrheg addas? Dai lets Kath hide out in APD. Jim tries to give Dani a present.


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-This is where you are.

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-This is where you are.

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-It looks like it.

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-What are you doing?

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-What are you doing?

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-I work here.

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-It's a bit early to start work,

-isn't it?

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-Don't go.

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-I'm sorry.

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-Mam's found a lump on her breast.

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-She won't see a doctor.

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-What? Why not?

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-She says she doesn't want

-to upset Jim.

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-I found out yesterday from Colin.

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-Have you talked to her?

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-Have you talked to her?

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-Yes.

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-But I was angry

-because she didn't tell me herself.

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-We argued.

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-I'm sure she understands

-that you were upset.

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-I walked out, Ed. On my own mother.

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-I just didn't want her to see

-how scared I am.

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-If I lose her I'll have no-one.

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-You'll have me.

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-Anyway,

-you're not going to lose her.

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-You don't know that.

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-You don't know that.

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-She'll be alright.

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-If there's a problem,

-there's always treatment.

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-We'll sort this out. You'll see.

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-Have you asked Colin to mind

-the shop on the day of the inquest?

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-What?

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-What's happening with the shop

-on the day of the inquest?

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-I don't know yet.

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-Forget it.

-You carry on playing with that.

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-Hiya.

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-I hope I'm not intruding.

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-I'm going.

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-You can talk to Eileen

-if you can get her attention.

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-It's a stressful time for him

-with the inquest and everything.

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-It's a stressful time for you too.

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-Me?

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-I've just been talking to Sioned.

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-She told me.

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-The whole village will know

-at this rate.

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-She only told me.

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-She was upset.

-She had to talk to someone.

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-You should have heard the way

-she spoke to me yesterday.

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-She feels terrible now.

-She's very worried.

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-But she still thinks you should

-see a doctor and I agree with her.

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-I'm fed up of people

-giving me advice.

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-What right do you have

-to tell me what to do?

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-No right whatsoever.

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-But I know how you feel, Eileen.

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-I've been there.

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-The period before the diagnosis

-was the worst time.

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-I was imagining

-all kinds of things.

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-I was organizing my own funeral

-in my head.

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-I thought I'd have to leave

-the people I loved.

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-I can't believe this

-is happening now...

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-..after everything

-we've been through.

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-I'm so frightened.

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-That's how I was.

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-The best thing I did

-was see a doctor.

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-Because at least then...

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-..I knew what had to be done

-and what I was actually battling.

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-I don't think I'm as strong.

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-Of course you are.

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-You're not on your own.

-Sioned and I will be there for you.

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-Listen, if you phone

-the surgery now...

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-..you'll get an appointment

-this morning.

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-You don't have to tell Jim yet

-if you don't want to tell him.

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-But honestly,

-it's crucial that you do this.

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-Please, Eileen.

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-Oh. Skiving, are you?

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-I'll put the kettle on

-and we'll have a cuppa.

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-Where's Vicky?

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-She's taken Nicky out somewhere.

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-And left you here on your own?

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-And left you here on your own?

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-Yes. He was playing up here.

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-She promised to stay here

-until I finished work.

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-Ah, right, I see.

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-You arranged a babysitter for me,

-did you?

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-I can take care of myself.

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-That's the point, Mam,

-you can't, can you?

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-I'm feeling a lot better today.

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-I've stripped all the beds.

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-I'll wash these now

-and hoover my bedroom.

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-I haven't taken the post

-to the village yet.

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-So off you go.

-Don't let me stop you.

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-I can't leave you here on your own.

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-I can't leave you here on your own.

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-You don't have much choice, do you?

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-Unless you want the sack.

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-Right. Behave yourself

-until I get back, will you?

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-I'll call back in

-after finishing Heol Aneurin.

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-Bloomin' cheek!

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-I don't have a driver at the moment.

-I don't know where he is.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Where have you been?

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-Where have you been?

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-With your mother.

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-He's persuaded me to see a doctor.

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-You wouldn't listen to me.

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-All that matters is that

-she's going to see a doctor.

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-Maybe you could go with her.

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-She doesn't want me to go.

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-Of course I do. Come with me.

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-Of course I do. Come with me.

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-I can answer the phone here.

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-You don't have to come

-if you don't want to.

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-No. I'm coming with you.

-I'll go and get changed.

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-Mam?

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-You're here early this morning.

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-I went to the cafe but it was

-full of mothers and their babies.

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-I wasn't in the mood to stay there.

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-Yes. What are you plans for today?

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-Keeping out of Eileen's way.

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-I'm in her way in the flat.

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-I'm sure that's not true.

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-Yes, it is.

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-But there we are.

-I'm not complaining.

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-At least she's not nagging me

-about seeing that counsellor.

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-Have you been up

-to Penrhewl recently?

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-No.

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-I can't face it.

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-I can't even bear

-being in the flat...

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-..listening to people downstairs

-in the shop...

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-..carrying on with life

-as if nothing's happened.

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-Dani. Garry's on the phone.

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-Dani. Garry's on the phone.

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-I'll phone him back.

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-I don't feel like having that.

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-Where are you going?

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-I don't know.

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-Courtney's room?

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-No. I don't think I'm in the mood

-to go there on my own today.

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-Do you want company?

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-Are you sure?

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-Of course.

-I'll say I'm going out.

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-How much are these, Dai?

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-They're 3.00.

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-They're 3.00.

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-3.00?!

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-I saw them for 1.50

-in the pound shop.

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-So go over to the pound shop

-to buy them, Kath.

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-How much is this then?

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-I can't remember.

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-I can't remember.

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-You need to put price tags on stuff.

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-I'm busy. I haven't had time, OK?

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-Have you seen Mam?

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-Have you seen Mam?

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-I'll come and help you now.

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-No, it's fine.

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-No, it's fine.

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-It's no trouble.

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-Come on. Hurry up!

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-Eileen, have you got any coriander?

-We've run out.

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-Only dry coriander.

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-Sorry, Kelly, but we have to go.

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-Try Sheila's shop in Cwrtmynach.

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-Come on, Mam.

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-The kettle's on and look

-what I found out there.

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-Oh, lovely.

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-I'll start by sorting these out

-for you, shall I?

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-You were serious about helping,

-were you?

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-Weren't you just hiding from Mark?

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-He should be doing his shift...

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-..not walking up and down

-the high street looking for me.

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-It's no wonder

-my post is late every day.

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-He has no right treating me

-like that.

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-I can take care of myself.

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-Maybe I took one or two tablets,

-you know, now and again...

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-..when it all got too much for me

-but he treats me like a junkie.

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-Has Mam been in the cafe?

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-Right. You go and hide

-behind the counter.

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-You haven't seen Mam, have you?

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-Do you see her here?

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-Don't you have work to do?

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-Yes, but she's gone AWOL

-and taken all the tablets with her.

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-I'm sure she's OK.

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-They call those doughnuts, Mark.

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-Two?

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-Two?

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-Do you want one?

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-No. I'd better take this post

-around the village.

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-If I see your mother

-I'll tell her to phone you.

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-Come on.

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-Before you ask...

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-..I haven't taken one more tablet

-than I'm supposed to take.

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-You do believe me, don't you?

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-You do believe me, don't you?

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-Yes.

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-You'd be a lot more

-irritable if you had.

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-Shut it! Let me tidy up down here

-for you. Look at this mess.

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-That's my filing system.

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-That's my filing system.

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-I won't be a minute sorting it out.

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-And that coffee won't make itself.

-Two sugars, please.

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-Do you want milk?

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-Do you want milk?

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-Yes. Full fat.

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-These magazines are ancient.

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-August 2015.

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-I should have brought some

-from the shop.

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-We'll be here for ages, you'll see.

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-If you have to work, go back.

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-Don't you want me here?

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-Of course I do.

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-Maybe you'd prefer

-to have Colin or Ed here.

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-Don't start. Not here.

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-Alun Jones. Room 1.

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-I'm sure you were supposed

-to be next.

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-It's OK, Sioned.

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-It's OK, Sioned.

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-No, it's not OK.

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-I had one like this.

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-I bought that for her.

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-She was a daddy's girl. She cried

-every time I left the house.

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-I gave her that and told her

-to cuddle it tight until I got home.

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-And she kept it all these years.

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-She was lucky

-to have you as a father.

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-Once she became a teenager

-all we did was argue.

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-You know,

-you should have a little box...

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-..and place the really special

-items, like this, in it...

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-..and take it home with you.

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-I don't have to do that.

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-I've got this place.

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-Courtney's room.

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-But this isn't Courtney's room,

-is it?

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-Not really.

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-It's in Eifion's house.

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-This is Courtney's room now.

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-Subtitles

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-How much longer?

-We've waited over 30 minutes.

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-I'm not sure, sorry.

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-It's so unreasonable.

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-She doesn't know how long

-they'll be.

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-Maybe one of the patients

-has a problem.

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-You've got a problem.

-That's why we're here.

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-You must be next.

-I'll go and ask again.

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-No. Sit down.

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-Stop fussing and be quiet.

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-I'm only trying to help.

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-I knew you'd be like this.

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-That's why I didn't tell you.

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-That's why I didn't tell you.

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-Thanks a bunch!

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-I have to wait my turn

-like everyone else.

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-You don't understand, do you?

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-I'm not here to give you

-a hard time, or her over there.

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-I don't want to lose you, Mam.

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-I don't want you to be ill either.

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-I just want to know that everything

-is going to be alright.

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-You're getting upset

-when there's no need...

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-..and you're making me upset

-as well.

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-Eileen Probert. Room 6.

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-Come on.

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-Right, I'd better go.

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-When I wake up in the morning...

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-..before I come round...

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-..I forget she's dead.

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-That's how I feel when I come here.

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-Jim, come with me.

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-Listen, I know it's great you can

-come here to escape and stuff...

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-..but the time will come

-when you have to let go...

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-..because Courtney has gone.

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-Yes.

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-But I don't want

-to think about that yet.

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-Not until after the inquest.

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-Not until after the inquest.

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-OK.

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-I just want to be here

-for the time being.

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-OK. But can we leave now?

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-It's really cold here.

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-Is it?

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-Well, hold on.

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-Try this on.

-I'm sure it will fit you.

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-No.

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-Come on. It cost me a fortune

-but Courtney insisted on having it.

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-Wear it.

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-There you are.

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-It looks great on you.

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-No, don't take it off.

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-I know Courtney

-would want you to have it.

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-OK.

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-But only if you come with me now.

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-It's time to go, Jim.

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-OK?

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-Mark was looking for you earlier.

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-Mark was looking for you earlier.

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-What does he want now?

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-He can't do anything

-without his mother.

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-Two coffees.

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-Ed.

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-Are you alright?

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-Are you alright?

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-Yes. Why?

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-I saw Sioned earlier.

-She wasn't in a very good mood.

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-So?

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-So?

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-I don't want you to suffer.

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-She has as much right to be

-in a bad mood as everyone else.

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-I'm worried about you.

-I can't help it.

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-Listen, I won't pretend everything

-is perfect between us...

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-..but it's getting better.

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-Come upstairs.

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-See you later.

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-How did it go?

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-The doctor couldn't tell

-what the lump was...

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-..but he's arranged

-for me to see a specialist.

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-He couldn't even say how long

-we'd wait for an appointment.

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-I'll have to be patient.

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-I'd like you to go privately?

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-I'd like you to go privately?

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-There's no need for that.

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-Yes, there is. We can afford it.

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-MOBILE PHONE

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-That's my phone.

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-That's my phone.

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-You left it by the bed.

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-I have to remind myself

-not to take it personally...

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-..when she loses her temper.

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-Sioned always lashes out at the

-people who are closest to her...

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-..when she's not coping.

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-I'll look after Sioned.

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-I can look into private options too

-if you want.

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-No, I'll look after Mam now.

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-Go back to Deri Deithio

-to cover there.

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-Right.

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-I'll phone you later

-with the details.

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-We'll have to phone today

-to make the appointment.

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-I'll talk to you later.

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-Thank you for your help today.

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-That's alright. You can rely on me.

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-Oh, you and your doughnuts!

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-At last! Where have you been?

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-What sort of welcome is that?

-Aren't you pleased to see me then?

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-She's been with me at APD.

-She came in after you left.

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-It's been the best day

-I've had for ages.

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-I know exactly why

-you're in such a good mood.

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-How many did you take?

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-Only the one you gave me

-this morning.

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-Count them if you don't trust me.

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-I don't trust you.

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-That's why I'm taking time off work

-tomorrow to keep an eye on you.

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-Suit yourself! I won't be here.

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-I won't be here

-because I'll be at APD helping Dai.

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-Dai doesn't think I'm crazy.

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-Yes, there we are. Good.

-I'll go now. See you in the morning.

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-Yes. So long, love.

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-I'm not as useless as you think.

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-And how soon afterwards

-would I get the result?

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-Right.

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-Could you pop something into the

-post to confirm that date, please?

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-Lovely. Thank you.

0:17:580:18:00

-There's something

-I need to tell you.

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-I'm sorry about earlier.

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-So am I.

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-Did you do anything today?

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-Yes.

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-I went to see Sioned...

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-..and we went into town.

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-You?

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-Nothing worth reporting.

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-Nor me.

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Mae Dai yn rhoi lloches i Kath yn APD. Mae Jim yn ceisio rhoi anrheg i Dani, ond ydy hwnnw'n anrheg addas? Dai lets Kath hide out in APD. Jim tries to give Dani a present.