Pennod 13 Celwydd Noeth


Pennod 13

Yn mynd am y jacpot heddiw mae'r ffrindiau Elwen ac Anona a Jacques a Josh. Going for this week's jackpot are friends Elwen Hughes & Anona Williams and Jacques Mahe & Joshua Ful...


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-With 10,000 at stake,

-could you spot the barefaced lie?

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome

-to Celwydd Noeth...

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-..the show where the contestants

-must find lies among truths...

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-..in order to win up to 10,000.

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-It's a simple premise,

-and there are no questions.

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-All the contestants have to do...

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-..is find the lie

-among a series of true facts.

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-Last time, friends Elwen and Anona

-reached level three.

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-They're back tonight

-to try to win 10,000.

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-Please welcome Elwen and Anona.

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-A warm welcome back to you both.

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-A warm welcome back to you both.

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-Thank you.

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-Remind us where you're from, Elwen.

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-Remind us where you're from, Elwen.

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-Bontnewydd.

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-And Pandy Tudur.

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-I'm in good hands

-because you're both nurses.

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-Good luck to you both.

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-Good luck to you both.

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-Thank you.

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-To win the 10,000 jackpot,

-they must climb from level to level.

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-Of the series of facts

-on every level, one will be a lie.

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-They must select and lock away

-the lie before the time runs out.

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-Hopefully,

-everyone will do well tonight.

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-Let's play Celwydd Noeth.

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-Elwen and Anona,

-you have banked 500.

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-Whatever happens, that's safe.

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-Let's go on to try and win 1,000.

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-Let's remind you of your categories.

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-Weapons, The British Isles, Roses...

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-..Musicals and Winter Sports.

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-It's between Roses and Musicals.

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-Do you want to try Musicals?

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-Do you want to try Musicals?

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-Yes, Musicals.

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-Very well. Good luck.

-You've chosen Musicals.

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-Here are your facts.

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-The musical Oklahoma!

-shares its name with an US state.

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-The cast of Starlight Express

-wear roller skates.

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-The musical We Will Rock You

-is based on The Beatles' music.

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-Evita is set in Argentina.

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-Mimosa was about the founding

-of the Welsh colony in Patagonia.

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-You have a minute starting now.

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-Which is the lie, do you think?

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-Oklahoma.

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-Shares its name with a US state.

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-Is Oklahoma in America?

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-Starlight Express is true.

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-The Evita one is true.

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-We Will Rock You is based...

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-# We will, we will rock you #

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-# We will, we will rock you #

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-That wasn't the Beatles, was it?

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-Was it Jon Bon Jovi?

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-One of those heavy rock people.

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-So, do you think that's the lie?

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-I think Mimosa

-was to do with Patagonia.

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-I'm not totally sure,

-but it sounds right.

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-Evita.

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-Evita is Don't Cry For Me...

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-So, the only one

-is We Will Rock You...

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-Are you sure it wasn't The Beatles?

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-Are you sure it wasn't The Beatles?

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-I'm not a hundred per cent.

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-# We will, we will rock you #

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-Do you remember it?

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-Do you remember it?

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-It's more like rock or heavy metal.

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-Much discussion there,

-and some singing, Elwen!

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-Yes!

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-Yes!

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-What's wrong with We Will Rock You?

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-You didn't think it was The Beatles.

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-We thought it was more rock.

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-We thought it was more rock.

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-It's a good song either way.

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-The musical We Will Rock You

-is based on the Beatles' music.

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-For 1,000...

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-..is that the barefaced lie?

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-Well done, you have won 1,000.

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-All together.

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-# We will, we will rock you #

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-Queen sang it.

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-Queen sang it.

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-Of course, Queen.

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-Not The Beatles,

-which is all that matters.

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-Your 500 is safe,

-but there's 1,000 on offer.

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-Do you want to go for 1,500?

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-It would be nice, wouldn't it?

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-It would be nice, wouldn't it?

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-I'm happy to go on.

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-We'll carry on.

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-We'll carry on.

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-On we go for 1,500.

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-Here are the categories.

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-We don't know a lot

-about the British Isles.

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-Weapons?

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-Weapons?

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-Nothing.

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-I reckon Rhosod.

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-I reckon Rhosod.

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-Yes? OK, Rhosod. Roses?

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-Rhosod - Roses or Rhos place names.

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-Here are the facts.

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-Kate Roberts was born in Rhosgadfan.

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-Rhossili beach

-is on the Gower Peninsula.

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-In the Wars of the Roses,

-the roses were red and white.

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-Justin Rose is an English golfer.

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-In the folk song, there are red

-roses and white lilies on the beach.

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-Axl Rose was the lead singer

-of The Stone Roses.

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-Six facts.

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-Your minute starts now.

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-Axl Rose

-and the Stone Roses is true.

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-Kate Roberts was born in Rhosgadfan.

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-The red roses

-in the folk song is true.

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-Is the English golfer true?

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-I've heard of Justin Rose,

-but is he an English golfer?

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-Were both sides red

-in the Wars of the Roses?

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-Is the Gower Peninsula one true?

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-Is the Gower Peninsula one true?

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-Where's the Gower Peninsula?

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-Is there an English name

-for Rhossili?

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-Is it the Gower Peninsula?

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-The Gower Peninsula?

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-Yes, Gower.

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-Rhossili?

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-On the Gower?

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-Do you think Justin Rose

-is an English golfer?

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-I don't know. No.

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-Rhossili. Do you want to do

-that one as a lie?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-We have to pick something.

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-OK, but I doubt it.

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-Then we'll be wrong.

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-Do you play golf?

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-Do you play golf?

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-No.

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-Does Justin Rose?

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-We haven't got a clue.

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-We haven't got a clue.

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-It was between ours and that one.

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-There's 500 safely banked,

-but this is for an extra 1,000.

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-For 1,500...

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-..Rhossili beach

-is on the Gower Peninsula.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-No.

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-No.

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-No, so where is it?

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-Justin Rose.

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-Justin Rose.

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-Guaranteed.

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-The Stone Roses.

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-Axl Rose sang in Guns N' Roses.

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-Oh, yes.

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-And Ian Brown was the lead singer

-of The Stone Roses.

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-Never mind.

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-You're still smiling, Anona.

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-You're still smiling, Anona.

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-Yes.

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-And you're not leaving empty-handed.

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-Thanks for competing,

-and you go home with 500.

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-It's time to meet

-our next contestants.

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-Jacques and Josh,

-friends from Neath.

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-A very warm welcome to you.

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-A very warm welcome to you.

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-Thank you very much.

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-What a duet, Jacques and Josh.

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-It has a nice ring to it.

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-It has a nice ring to it.

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-Does it really?

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-Jacques is very exotic.

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-My father's family is French.

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-My father's family is French.

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-Lovely.

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-A name like that draws attention.

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-You're not an usual Jack.

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-You're not an usual Jack.

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-No, I'm an unusual Jacques.

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-So, we have an unusual Jacques,

-and Josh, both from Neath.

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-How do you know each other?

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-How do you know each other?

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-We first met at the Scouts.

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-We were aged about five.

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-Then we met up again

-at Ysgol Ystalyfera.

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-What categories would you like?

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-What categories would you like?

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-Music, for me.

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-Is that your field?

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-What do you do?

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-What do you do?

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-I play the piano and direct music.

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-Shows such as Les Miserables

-and Whistle Down The Wind.

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-Jacques, I know

-that you're at university.

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-Good luck as we play Celwydd Noeth.

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-We start off with 250.

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-Here are your categories tonight.

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-On Safari.

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-Gwyn (White).

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-Children's Books.

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-Oscars.

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-The Internet.

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-Languages.

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-Before Christ.

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-Keeping Fit.

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-We should be OK with Languages.

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-I think Before Christ will be OK.

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-My biggest worry is On Safari.

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-If we go for that first...

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-..there's less scope

-for us to go wrong.

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-Have you been on safari?

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-The monkeys at Longleat

-destroyed the car.

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-They pulled the wipers off

-as Mam ate a banana.

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-That's a great help!

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-That's a great help!

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-Shall we start with On Safari?

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-On Safari first, please.

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-On Safari first, please.

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-Very well, On Safari.

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-Here are two facts.

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-Out Of Africa was filmed in Siberia.

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-All elephants have a trunk.

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-Two facts,

-and your 30 seconds start now.

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-Well, to be honest,

-I think I know this one.

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-Really?!

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-Honestly, common sense says...

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-..that a film about Africa will be

-filmed in Africa, not in Siberia.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes. Shall we lock it in?

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-You're past halfway.

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-You're past halfway.

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-No, not the elephant.

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-Right.

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-Lock it.

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-Right, happy?

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-I've never seen

-an elephant with no trunk.

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-For 250, let's see.

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-Out Of Africa was filmed in Siberia.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-That's a good start. You have 250.

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-Out Of Africa was filmed

-in Kenya and England.

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-Do you want to bank 250?

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-We'll carry on for now.

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-Very well. No banking.

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-We'll go for 500

-when you rejoin us after the break.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Celwydd Noeth.

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-I'm with two friends from Neath.

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-You haven't banked,

-but it's going well.

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-You're going for 500.

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-Back we go to the categories.

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-What do you want?

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-Children's Books?

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-Do you want to give it a go?

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-If you like.

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-If you like.

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-We'll try Children's Books.

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-Good luck. Children's Books.

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-Here are your three facts.

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-The Brothers Grimm

-were called Jim and Tim.

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-Hans Christian Andersen

-was the author of fairy tales.

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-Tan Ar Y Comin

-was a novel by T Llew Jones.

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-Three facts,

-and your time starts now.

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-Disney got their ideas

-from Hans Christian Andersen.

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-I remember Tan Ar Y Comin

-from GCSE Welsh.

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-The Brothers Grimm.

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-Are you sure

-about Hans Christian Andersen?

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-Yes.

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-I'm not a hundred per cent sure.

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-I'm not a hundred per cent sure.

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-You're halfway, boys.

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-The Brothers Grimm are German.

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-The Brothers Grimm are German.

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-So, you think it's that one?

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-Yes.

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-Five seconds.

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-Lock it.

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-Don't do that!

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-Don't worry! It's all fine!

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-What about Hans Christian Andersen?

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-What about Hans Christian Andersen?

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-I've been to Stockholm.

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-The Little Mermaid

-was written there.

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-Why didn't you say that earlier?

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-Why didn't you say that earlier?

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-Thirty seconds isn't long, Jacques.

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-For 500, you chose...

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-..The Brothers Grimm

-were called Jim and Tim.

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-Jim and Tim Grimm

-doesn't sound right.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You have won 500.

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-Jim and Tim didn't sound right

-because they were Jacob and Wilhelm.

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-You have 500. Do you want to bank?

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-We should be OK.

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-We'll carry on

-for at least one more time.

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-You're not banking,

-but you're going for 750.

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-The Lucky Three now comes into play.

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-When you use it, you only have

-ten seconds to lock away the lie.

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-Let's get back to the categories.

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-I think Keeping Fit.

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-Before Christ could include Celts

-and Romans, not just the Bible.

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-Shall we try Before Christ?

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-Shall we try Before Christ?

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-Yes, OK.

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-No problem. Before Christ.

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-Here are your facts.

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-Stonehenge is a famous stone circle.

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-There is an ancient cromlech

-at Pentre Ifan.

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-The Great Wall of China

-can be seen from the moon.

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-During the Bronze Age...

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-..people mixed copper and tin

-to make weapons.

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-Cor y Cewri is Stonehenge.

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-Four facts,

-and your minute starts now.

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-Stonehenge is a stone circle.

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-I haven't heard of Pentre Ifan.

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-I've been to Pentre Ifan.

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-It's down in Pembrokeshire.

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-I know you can see

-the Great Wall of China...

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-From the moon.

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-From the moon.

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-No, from space.

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-I don't know about the moon.

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-What about the Bronze Age?

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-They used copper,

-but I don't know about tin.

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-Tin was used to make more...

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-Tin was used to make more...

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-Thirty seconds.

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-It's between Pentre Ifan

-and the Great Wall of China.

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

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-Twenty seconds.

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-Which one shall we pick?

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-I don't remember hearing

-about a cromlech in Pentre Ifan.

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

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-Right, OK.

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-We'll use the Lucky Three.

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-You've gone for the Lucky Three.

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-Three facts will reappear.

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-There is an ancient cromlech

-at Pentre Ifan.

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-The Great Wall of China

-can be seen from the moon.

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-During the Bronze Age, people mixed

-copper and tin to make weapons.

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-Your ten seconds start now.

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-The Great Wall of China, I think.

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-The Great Wall of China, I think.

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-Do you think so?

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-We'll go for that one then.

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-We haven't banked anything.

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-Did the Lucky Three help you?

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-Did the Lucky Three help you?

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-Not really.

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-We had hoped that Stonehenge

-would have come back up.

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-Using the Lucky Three

-with only four facts is a gamble.

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-You haven't banked,

-so 750 rests on this.

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-The Great Wall of China

-can be seen from the moon.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You have won 750.

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-Your reasoning was spot on.

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-Your reasoning was spot on.

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-Can we bank, please?

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-You want to bank it, do you?

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-You want to bank it, do you?

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-Yes, please! Now!

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-That 750 is safe.

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-Let's go for the 1,000.

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-Back we go to the categories.

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-Shall we give White a go?

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-Maybe Languages or The Internet

-if we get through this one?

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-I think Languages, actually.

0:17:430:17:45

-Languages, please.

0:17:460:17:47

-Good luck. Languages.

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-Here are your facts.

0:17:510:17:53

-French is France's main language.

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-There are six Celtic languages.

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-The Welsh alphabet goes from A to Y.

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-The Esperanto language

-was created in the 1980s.

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-There are around 6,500

-spoken languages in the world today.

0:18:150:18:20

-Five facts.

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-Your minute starts now.

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-French is quite straightforward.

0:18:250:18:28

-I think

-there are six Celtic languages.

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-Gaelic, Scottish...

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-..Welsh and Cornish.

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-The Welsh alphabet goes from A to Y.

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-I think 6,500 is about right.

0:18:400:18:42

-When you think about languages

-in towns, especially.

0:18:420:18:48

-I haven't heard of Esperanto.

0:18:480:18:51

-No, and the 1980s is fairly recent.

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-Thirty seconds.

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-Esperanto could be a small language

-that hasn't evolved.

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-I've no idea

-from which country it could come.

0:19:010:19:04

-I do know there are

-about 6,500 languages.

0:19:040:19:08

-Esperanto?

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-Yes, Esperanto. Lock it in.

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-You had 13 seconds left.

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-You had 13 seconds left.

-

-Unlucky for some.

0:19:180:19:20

-Will it be lucky or unlucky?

0:19:210:19:23

-The Celtic languages?

0:19:240:19:25

-For some reason, I can recall

-a poster with six Celtic languages.

0:19:260:19:31

-Why pick Esperanto?

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-I've not heard of it.

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-I haven't either,

-and the others sound believable.

0:19:350:19:39

-Let's see then.

0:19:390:19:41

-The Esperanto language

-was created in the 1980s.

0:19:410:19:46

-Is that the barefaced lie?

0:19:460:19:49

-Congratulations.

-You have won 1,000.

0:19:510:19:54

-You can celebrate, if you like.

0:19:560:19:58

-You can celebrate, if you like.

-

-Yay!

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-Esperanto was created...

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-..it's an artificial language,

-in 1887.

0:20:040:20:07

-You could go home with 1,000,

-or you could carry on for 1,500.

0:20:090:20:13

-I want to try White.

0:20:140:20:15

-That's what my head's telling me.

0:20:150:20:18

-Josh?

0:20:180:20:19

-Josh?

-

-Yes, go for it.

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-We'll continue.

0:20:210:20:22

-Very well. We'll go on to 1,500.

0:20:230:20:25

-Here are the categories.

0:20:270:20:30

-Either White or The Internet.

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-Either White or The Internet.

-

-The Internet might be easier.

0:20:340:20:36

-It won't be easy

-because there are more options.

0:20:370:20:41

-Shall we try The Internet?

0:20:410:20:42

-Shall we try The Internet?

-

-Yes.

0:20:420:20:43

-We'll try The Internet, please.

0:20:430:20:45

-We'll try The Internet, please.

-

-What about White?

0:20:450:20:47

-Choosing The Internet

-is the head ruling the heart.

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-The Internet.

0:20:520:20:54

-Here are your facts.

0:20:550:20:57

-The Internet is a network

-of millions of computers.

0:20:580:21:03

-The word emoticon is an amalgam

-of the words emotion and icon.

0:21:060:21:12

-Websites ending in .gov

-are government websites.

0:21:150:21:21

-YouTube was bought by Facebook.

0:21:230:21:26

-Websites with the suffix .cymru

-are now available.

0:21:290:21:34

-The acronym WWW

-stands for World Wide Web.

0:21:360:21:42

-You have a minute starting now.

0:21:430:21:46

-I've heard about emoticons.

0:21:460:21:49

-Emojis?

0:21:490:21:50

-I've got an idea...

0:21:510:21:53

-..that YouTube was bought

-by Google, not by Facebook.

0:21:530:21:57

-Because you can connect

-to Google with YouTube?

0:21:570:22:00

-I know about .gov sites.

0:22:000:22:03

-I use them at university.

0:22:030:22:05

-There are .cymru sites too.

0:22:050:22:07

-And World Wide Web.

0:22:070:22:09

-A network of millions of computers.

0:22:090:22:12

-A network

-is everything coming together.

0:22:120:22:15

-I think Google bought YouTube.

0:22:160:22:19

-I think Google bought YouTube.

-

-Thirty seconds.

0:22:190:22:20

-Why would Facebook buy YouTube?

0:22:210:22:23

-I'm not sure.

0:22:240:22:25

-I think it's that one.

0:22:260:22:28

-We have to gamble anyway.

0:22:280:22:30

-YouTube.

0:22:300:22:31

-If you think so, I'll lock it.

0:22:320:22:33

-Go for it.

0:22:340:22:35

-Yes.

0:22:350:22:36

-You seemed confident, Josh.

0:22:380:22:40

-Yes, I think so.

0:22:410:22:43

-YouTube was bought by Facebook.

0:22:440:22:47

-Is that the barefaced lie?

0:22:470:22:49

-You have just won 1,500.

0:22:530:22:55

-It was bought by Google.

0:22:580:23:00

-Josh was spot on.

0:23:000:23:02

-So 750 is safe.

0:23:020:23:04

-Do you want to leave with 1,500?

0:23:040:23:07

-You want to do White, don't you?

0:23:080:23:09

-You want to do White, don't you?

-

-Yes, I really, really, really do.

0:23:090:23:12

-"Please, Josh?" says Jacques. OK?

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-You are going to carry on

-to the next level for 2,500.

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-That will happen next time.

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-Hopefully, you'll join us then

-on Celwydd Noeth.

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Yn mynd am y jacpot heddiw mae'r ffrindiau Elwen ac Anona a Jacques a Josh. Going for this week's jackpot are friends Elwen Hughes & Anona Williams and Jacques Mahe & Joshua Fulcher.