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Tai sy'n wrthgyferbyniol iawn - ty coets, tai bychan perffaith a thy crand ag iddi ddwy steil gwbl wahanol. A cross section of homes from 2003 from a London townhouse to a coach...


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-Welcome to a celebration of

-ten years of 04Wal.

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-We've now reached the year 2003...

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-..and a collection

-of very different houses.

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-First, Lavinia and

-Dan Cohn-Sherbok's coach house.

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-This coach house belongs to

-Dan and Lavinia Cohn-Sherbok.

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-Dan and Lavinia have learnt Welsh

-since moving to the Aeron valley.

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-There's a Welsh feel to the house.

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-You've thrown yourself

-into Welsh life, Lavinia.

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-Yes, I love Wales.

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-I didn't know a thing about Wales

-when we moved here.

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-Nothing at all.

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-It's an interesting country

-with an interesting culture.

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-It's an ancient and fragile culture,

-and I want to support it.

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-This house was built

-by a local vicar.

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-I think he enjoyed building

-more than preaching!

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-First, he built the house next door,

-which was a new vicarage.

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-This was his coach house.

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-What's so special

-about living in this house?

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-I'm not sure. We're happy here.

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-I'm a magpie,

-and I love buying things!

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-I collect old, Welsh pieces.

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-There's lots of room to display

-my collections in this house!

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-I collect books and Welsh furniture.

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-I love items

-like that Carmarthen chest.

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-I also collect crockery.

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-I'm fond of Gaudy Welsh.

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-There's a pulpit in the corner!

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-Dan is a teacher and a Jewish rabbi.

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-He's a great preacher.

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-He entered The Times

-Preacher of the Year Competition.

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-He didn't win, and it wasn't fair.

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-I'm not one for complaining,

-but it was a travesty!

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-I bought this

-as a consolation prize for him.

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-One of our neighbours is a carpenter

-and I asked him to make this for me.

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-A woman must sit on the seat.

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-The preacher stands on the stool

-and preaches to people outdoors.

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-So this is a mobile pulpit!

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-So this is a mobile pulpit!

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-Yes, that's right.

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-Take a seat, and I'll share

-some words of wisdom with you.

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-No way!

-You take a seat and I'll preach.

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-Equal opportunities!

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-It's a great hit at parties,

-of course.

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-You get up here

-and you say, "Dinner is served!"

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-I've always wanted our home

-to reflect our personalities.

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-Our enthusiasms and hobbies

-should be a part of our home.

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-There's a Welsh song called,

-"My message is in my song".

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-Well, my message is in my house.

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-People often stick to a single style

-when they decorate their home...

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-..but you can combine

-the old and the new under one roof.

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-Angharad Wyn Ellis Jones

-did just that in her London house.

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-The house was

-in a terrible condition...

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-..but it had

-a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

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-It was a happy house,

-and it was certainly a challenge.

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-I felt it could become a happy home.

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-I like the shapes of the rooms

-and the high ceilings.

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-It has original features such as the

-fireplaces, which are a real bonus.

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-The idea was

-to keep some rooms traditional.

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-We wanted the practical rooms, like

-the kitchen and the bathrooms...

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-..to have

-a more modern feel to them.

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-We wanted a house

-that would feel welcoming.

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-What have you done to this room?

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-What have you done to this room?

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-I found those Victorian tiles.

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-The green and yellow tiles

-were already here...

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-..but some of them were broken,

-so we had to replace them.

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-We had a gas fire fitted in here.

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-This is the kitchen.

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-Yes, this is where we prepare

-all that wonderful food!

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-Are we still in the same house?

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-There's a huge difference between

-the dining room and the kitchen.

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-Why did you choose something so

-different from the other rooms?

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-A kitchen should be practical,

-and I do like some modern things.

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-I just thought

-why not have a modern kitchen?

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-It isn't too harsh or industrial.

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-There's stainless steel here,

-but there's also wood and glass.

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-Those natural materials soften it

-and make it feel less industrial.

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-This looks like

-a very serious kitchen to me!

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-It tells me someone

-who means business cooks in here.

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-Yes, my husband and I

-enjoy cooking in tandem...

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-..hence the huge hob!

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-We needed it,

-so we could cook side by side!

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-Yes, that makes sense.

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-This room is quite light.

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-We're in the rear of the house, and

-natural light is limited, isn't it?

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-Yes, the light comes in

-through there.

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-Goodness me!

-Where did all that come from?

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-Well, well, well!

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-This was the original kitchen.

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-You created a tunnel of sorts

-to allow light to flood in.

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-Well, well, well. That's amazing.

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-This is an additional,

-modern dining space.

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-Yes, it's a kitchen diner

-for up to six people.

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-The garden is rectangular, which is

-typical of the gardens in London.

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-It's long and narrow, so we

-divided it into separate rooms.

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-The first room

-is a formal herb garden.

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-It's next to the dining room

-and the kitchen...

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-..and we use a lot of the plants.

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-There's another patio

-further down the garden.

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-It catches the morning sun.

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-Then, there's a vegetable planter

-at the far end.

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-It's a wonderful place to live.

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-I love sipping a glass of wine

-in the jacuzzi...

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-..after a long, hard day.

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-I also really enjoy cooking

-in the kitchen.

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-It's wonderful.

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-We worked it all out.

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-We were afraid we'd forget something

-and live to regret it...

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-..but I think

-we've thought of everything.

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-I haven't found

-anything we've forgotten as yet!

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-Welcome back to the year 2003.

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-We rarely step back

-into a bygone era...

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-..and relive a personal experience.

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-But that's exactly

-what Beti George experienced...

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-..when we took her back

-to her former home.

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-First, two small houses

-which suit their owners perfectly.

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-This house belongs to Karen Elli

-and Owain Saunders-Jones.

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-It's an example of the potential of

-some ordinary buildings in Cardiff.

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-The builders who owned this house

-worked from here.

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-It was a builders' yard.

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-Their office was upstairs.

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-What is now our lounge

-was a workshop.

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-There was concrete everywhere,

-but I fell in love with it.

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-I could see its potential.

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-I had to buy it.

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-The builders did it up for us.

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-I liked the shape of the house.

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-The other houses I'd viewed

-were far more traditional.

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-Two rooms downstairs,

-two rooms upstairs.

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-They were ordinary terraced houses.

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-I love this house

-because it's unique.

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-It's in the centre of Cardiff, but

-I feel as if I live in the country.

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-I drew a diagram for Dad.

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-Dad is a builder,

-so that's very handy!

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-I handed the diagram to him, and

-I said, "Dad, this is what I want."

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-Dad doesn't speak Welsh.

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-My father built this veranda

-in Llanelli...

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-..and he brought it up here

-in his van.

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-All he had to do then

-was reconstruct it here.

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-We enjoy having barbecues

-and parties and this is very handy.

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-There are people in the lounge,

-people in the kitchen...

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-..and the smokers are out here.

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-This is the smokers' room!

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-I love the sound of running water.

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-Even if it's cold outside,

-we have a heater...

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-..so we snuggle up, under the duvet.

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-The first thing you notice

-is a lack of a staircase!

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-Yes - where is the staircase?!

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-That's another thing we like

-about this house - it's unusual.

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-You expect to see certain things,

-but they're not there!

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-It's full of surprises.

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-The lounge is to your left,

-and the kitchen is to your right.

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-The stairs are in the kitchen.

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-Take a look up there.

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-Lots of space

-to have a little dance!

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-Now then.

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-This is very open.

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-I could visualize a dining table

-there when I first came here.

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-There was nothing on the floor

-when I first saw it.

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-This side of the room was carpeted,

-but I didn't like it.

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-It just didn't work.

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-There's a lovely atmosphere here.

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-There's a lovely atmosphere here.

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-Yes, I love it.

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-We spend most of our time

-in the kitchen.

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-You sit at the table, then.

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-You sit at the table, then.

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-Yes, and enjoy some good food.

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-He's the cook.

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-We're about to get married...

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-..but we hope to stay in this house

-for five years.

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-We want to spend time here

-and enjoy it.

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-It's a wonderful house,

-and we've done so much work to it.

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-I'd be heartbroken

-if we had to leave.

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-I'd like to buy a house

-that needs a lot of work.

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-A house that's been empty for years.

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-I'd love to buy a property

-and renovate it.

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-A converted barn

-would be my dream home!

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-I'd love to live in the countryside.

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-This was the only house

-I could afford at the time.

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-I viewed the house, and I didn't

-like it because it was too dark.

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-I had to consider it because it was

-the only house I could afford!

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-I decided to do something about

-the lack of light in the house.

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-It was a small, dark house...

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-..so I enlisted the help of a friend

-to redesign the interior.

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-We wanted to let in more light,

-and we wanted additional storage.

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-We had to make it practical!

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-You've slotted all the kitchen

-essentials into one island.

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-It works really well...

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-..but there's nowhere

-to sit down to eat.

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-Yes, that's the only problem

-with the house.

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-There's no dining area.

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-There's no room for a table.

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-It isn't an ideal situation, I know.

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-When there's more than one person

-in the kitchen...

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-..you've got to shuffle around

-the room while you talk.

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-I've seen lots of huge houses

-on 04Wal...

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-..but this is the most compact

-and bijou kitchen we've seen yet.

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-This is the sink.

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-There's a cupboard here,

-and there's a washing machine there.

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-The hob.

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-A fridge.

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-All the cooking equipment you need

-is stored on this rack...

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-..above this perfect island

-of cupboards.

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-The colourful pictures on the wall

-add to the ambience.

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-This room is really

-lots of rooms rolled into one.

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-It's a lounge, it's a study,

-and it's a bike shed.

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-This room defies convention.

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-Who needs lots of space? You can

-cram everything into one room.

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-Even the stairs are in here.

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-There's a warm fire over here.

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-It makes it cosy, despite it being

-sparsely furnished.

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-This desk slots beneath

-these lovely steps.

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-The staircase

-is made of scaffolding and MDF.

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-I took a series of photographs

-during the redesigning process.

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-It's difficult to remember

-what it looked like!

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-There was a huge mess everywhere

-for months.

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-I worked on it in the evenings

-and on the weekends.

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-As soon as the house was habitable,

-I forgot about the mess.

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-I feel secure and comfortable

-in this house.

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-It's a warm, cosy house,

-and I can relax here.

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-More importantly, it gives me space

-to think about my work.

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-I plan projects here.

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-I can do my work here,

-and this house is important to me.

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-I've found the ideal house for me.

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-This modern house

-belongs to Mari and Glyn Evans.

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-It was designed by Percy Thomas

-in the late 1960s.

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-It was, and continues to be,

-a pioneering design...

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-..even though it's changed a bit.

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-I loved the house

-the first time I saw it.

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-I liked the 1960s design.

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-I brought Glyn to see the house,

-and we went for it.

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-I wanted to be able to see the sea

-from my home...

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-..and Glyn wanted to live

-close to the station.

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-We wanted to live

-in the countryside, too.

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-I think that's why

-we decided to buy it.

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-We say we haven't changed

-a single thing...

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-..but we have made some changes.

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-We're sitting on the balcony

-where we added a conservatory.

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-We didn't make a decision to keep

-the 1960s feel - we're just lazy!

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-We didn't make changes because

-we didn't want to do the work.

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-Everything comes back into fashion,

-eventually!

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-Everything in the house

-is original, really.

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-What makes this house special?

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-What makes this house special?

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-The way everything is connected.

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-You come up the stairs,

-and it's like a gallery.

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-Every room leads to the next room.

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-There's something very homely

-about it.

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-This felt like home to me

-from the start.

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-I felt comfortable here

-from Day One.

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-It's time to reveal

-who had this unique house built...

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-..and who lived here

-for seven years.

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-When did you

-last see this house, Beti?

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-About 20 years ago.

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-This house

-was built to my specification.

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-Is this

-an emotional journey for you?

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-Yes, it's an emotional journey

-because this house belonged to me.

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-I contributed my ideas

-to the materials used...

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-..and to the look of the house.

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-Will there be tears in your eyes?

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-Will there be tears in your eyes?

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-No, I don't think so.

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-A house is a house, after all!

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-Mari. How are you?

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-Mari. How are you?

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-I'm fine, thank you. Welcome back.

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-Did it feel strange

-to walk down the road?

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-Yes, but I feel better

-after seeing this sign.

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-It's still called Sycharth.

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-Would you like to come in?

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-Would you like to come in?

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-Yes, please.

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-This is exactly the same.

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-Even the mat is the same, Mari!

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-The stairs are the same.

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-Yes - the carpet

-is probably the same!

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-Yes, the carpet is the same!

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-The wood has lasted well.

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-I think it gets better with age.

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-Well, well! It feels as if I'm home!

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-We had to change the windows.

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-We had to change the windows.

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-Really?

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-Yes, the water had come in,

-and the metal had buckled.

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-If you come through,

-you'll find the view has improved.

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-We replaced the windows

-with one large window.

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-I think this room may have changed.

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-Yes, this has changed.

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-It gives you more room,

-for one thing.

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-Yes, and it means we can

-use the balcony all the year round.

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-The stove is new.

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-We found the fire was quite smoky,

-so we changed it for a wood burner.

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-It doesn't really go with

-the rest of the fireplace...

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-..but it suits us.

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-This still looks quite modern...

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-..even if it is a 1960s house.

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-It's strange...

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-..apart from that window, this

-is like coming back home again.

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-This table is new, mind you.

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-We had a modern table

-and modern chairs.

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-But it feels as if

-I've come home again.

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-Are you glad you accepted

-the invitation to come back here?

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-Yes. It's been very interesting.

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-I feel strongly

-that this was my house...

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-..because I was the one

-who had a passion for design.

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-Fair play to my ex-husband...

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-..he went along with

-whatever I said!

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-It's been very, very interesting.

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Tai sy'n wrthgyferbyniol iawn - ty coets, tai bychan perffaith a thy crand ag iddi ddwy steil gwbl wahanol. A cross section of homes from 2003 from a London townhouse to a coach house.