Pennod 1 Celwydd Noeth


Pennod 1

Yn mynd am y jacpot yn y rhaglen gyntaf mae'r ffrindiau Alaw Hughes ac Annest Wheldon a Leon Welsby a Jordan Hughes. Going for the jackpot in the first programme are two pairs o...


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-With 10,000 at stake,

-could you spot the barefaced lie?

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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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-Competing tonight

-are Alaw and Annest...

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-..friends from Anglesey

-and Llanrwst.

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-Welcome, Alaw, from Anglesey...

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-..and Annest from Llanrwst.

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-How long have you been friends?

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-About a year and a half.

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-About a year and a half.

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-Something like that.

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-Where and how did you meet?

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-Where and how did you meet?

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-We work together.

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-I moved to Cardiff.

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-And Annest was working there.

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-And Annest was working there.

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-Waiting for her!

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-And what do you do?

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-We're translators

-for Cardiff Council.

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-Why choose each other

-to come on the show?

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-Alaw persuaded me.

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-Alaw persuaded me.

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-Was it difficult, Alaw?

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-No, not really.

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-Not when she mentioned money.

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-Well, there is a chance to win

-10,000, so the best of luck to you.

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-To win the 10,000 jackpot...

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-..you have to climb

-from level to level.

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-There are a series of facts

-on every level. One will be a lie.

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-You have to select and lock the lie

-before your time runs out.

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-We hope the girls leave

-with a lot of money.

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-Let's play Celwydd Noeth.

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-We start with 250.

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-Here are your categories.

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-Prison.

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-Holes.

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-Computer Games.

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-Ancient Civilizations.

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-Germany.

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-Rugby.

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-Fictional Monsters.

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-Musicals.

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-Alaw looks petrified!

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-I'm not confident

-with any of those, really.

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-You like rugby.

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-I do like rugby,

-but I couldn't win 10,000 on it.

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-Computer Games?

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-OK, Computer Games.

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-Take a deep breath.

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-Computer Games.

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-Here are your two facts.

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-Mario, the hero in the Super Mario

-games, was a plumber.

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-The character Sonic is an elephant.

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-Two facts,

-and your 30 seconds start now.

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-OK, I'm pretty sure

-that Sonic isn't an elephant.

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-He's a hedgehog.

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-Mario was a plumber,

-so the elephant is the lie.

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-Elephant, lie.

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-Elephant, lie.

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-Lock.

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-Do you feel better now?

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-Do you feel better now?

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-No!

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-You work well together.

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-You're confident, then.

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-You're confident, then.

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-Yes, with this one.

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-For 250.

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-The character Sonic is an elephant.

-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-A good start. You have win 250.

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-Do you want to bank that?

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-No, not yet.

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-You want to move on for 500.

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-Back we go to the categories.

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-Can we go for Rugby?

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-Can we go for Rugby?

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-Yes.

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-We'll go for Rugby.

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-Rugby it is.

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-Here are your facts.

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-A conversion is worth two points

-in international rugby.

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-Barry John's full name

-is Barry John Jones.

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-Ireland's rugby shirts

-are traditionally green.

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-Three facts, one barefaced lie

-and your 30 seconds start now.

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-A conversion is two, because a try

-is five and it goes up to seven.

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-And Ireland's shirts

-are traditionally green.

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-I should know that.

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-So, Barry John must be the lie.

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-OK?

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-Oh, yes.

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-And I'll lock it.

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-Why should she know

-about the Irish shirt?

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-Alaw's quite a fan of Irishmen.

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-Alaw's quite a fan of Irishmen.

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-I've got an obsession...

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-Not Irishmen, Ireland!

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-I've got a friend from Ireland,

-and I love being with her family.

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-So, he's not Barry John Jones?

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-So, he's not Barry John Jones?

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-I've no idea who he is.

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-Haven't you heard of Barry John?

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-Haven't you heard of Barry John?

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-No, sorry.

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-Everyone's throwing

-rugby balls at the TV!

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-For 500, you chose...

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-..Barry John's full name

-is Barry John Jones.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You have won 500.

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-His real name is Barry John.

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-You chose well and you have 500.

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-Do you want to bank 500?

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-No, we'll try one more.

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-Without banking, we go on to 750.

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-The Lucky Three is now in play.

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-When you decide to use it...

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-..all but three facts are deleted.

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-But you only have ten seconds

-to choose and lock the lie.

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-Back we go to the categories.

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-Do you want to go for Germany?

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-Do you want to go for Germany?

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-Oh, I don't know. OK.

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-OK, we'll go for Germany.

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-OK, we'll go for Germany.

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-Very well, Germany.

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-Here are four facts.

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-During the Cold War, Berlin

-was divided by the Berlin Wall.

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-Frederick the Great

-was king of Prussia.

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-The Beatles played at many clubs

-on Dusseldorf's Reeperbahn.

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-Germany and West Germany

-have won four football World Cups.

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-Four facts, one barefaced lie.

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-You have a minute,

-so use that time wisely.

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-OK.

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-I think the Reeperbahn

-is in Hamburg.

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-OK, right.

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-I'm totally lost, no idea.

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-I know nothing about football.

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-I don't remember

-about Prussia well enough.

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-The first one is right.

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-It was divided

-through the Cold War...

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-..and the wall came down

-when it was over.

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-Four World Cups.

-They've just won one.

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-Thirty seconds.

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-Frederick the Great, Prussia.

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-But you think

-the Reeperbahn's in Hamburg?

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-I think so,

-and Prussia is Germany of old.

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-I don't know, I don't know.

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-I'll trust you. Ten seconds.

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-What if we lose it?

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-What if we lose it?

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

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-Ten seconds.

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-What do we do?

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-What do we do?

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-Go for it.

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-Lock it.

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-A minute isn't long, is it?

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-A minute isn't long, is it?

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-I trust you.

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-Are you really good friends?

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-Are you really good friends?

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-Not if she's wrong!

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-You haven't banked a penny yet.

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-You haven't banked a penny yet.

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-No, no, no, please.

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-If this is right, you have won 750.

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-Shall we find out?

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-Shall we find out?

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-Yes.

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-You chose this fact.

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-The Beatles played at many clubs

-on Dusseldorf's Reeperbahn.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-Congratulations. You have won 750.

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-The Reeperbahn is in Hamburg.

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-The girl was right!

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-And she knew her football.

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-Do Annest and Alaw

-want to bank now?

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-No, we've got the Lucky Three.

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-You do, yes.

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-Do you want to go

-through that again?

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-OK, fine.

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-I don't want you to blame me.

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-I don't want you to blame me.

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-I won't, I won't.

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-You're going for 1,000.

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-I'll remind you of the categories.

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-Holes and Prison could be anything.

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-Shall we try one of those?

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-Yes, OK.

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-How about Holes?

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-OK, Holes.

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-OK, Holes.

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-You're going for Holes.

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-Here are your facts.

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-A full-size golf course

-has 18 holes.

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-In space, light can't escape

-from a black hole.

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-Rabbits lives in holes underground.

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-Twll Y Mwg is a song by Sibrydion.

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-Toad in the hole

-usually contains potatoes.

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-Five facts, one barefaced lie,

-and your minute starts now.

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-OK, no light

-comes from a black hole.

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-Rabbits live in holes underground.

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-I'm fairly sure

-that a golf course has 18 holes.

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-Are you?

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-Are you?

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-I think so.

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-I thought toad in the hole

-was Yorkshire pudding with sausages.

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-I thought so, anyway.

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-I don't know the song Twll Y Mwg.

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-I don't know the song Twll Y Mwg.

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-You're right.

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-I thought it was sausage and mash.

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-It's a massive Yorkshire pudding

-with two sausages.

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-You are right. I always think

-it's sausage and mash, but it isn't.

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-You're right.

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-What about the golf?

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-I'm sure it is 18 holes.

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-I don't know.

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-So, which one's the lie?

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-The toad in the hole one is the lie.

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-The toad in the hole one is the lie.

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-Of course, sorry.

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-We'll go for that one.

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-And we'll lock it, if you're sure?

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-A lot of discussion again.

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-Golf. Isn't that a lot of holes?

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-They do take a long time.

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-How did you describe

-toad in the hole?

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-A big Yorkshire pudding

-with two sausages in it.

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-Have you had one recently?

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-Have you had one recently?

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-I don't think I've ever had it.

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-You haven't banked anything,

-and you're now going for 1,000.

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-You chose this fact.

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-Toad in the hole

-usually contains potatoes.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-I'll tell you after the break.

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-I'll tell you after the break.

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-No!

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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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-Alaw and Annest

-from Anglesey and Llanrwst...

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-..are in agony,

-having not banked a penny.

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-They've locked this fact.

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-Toad in the hole

-usually contains potatoes.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-Well done. You have won 1,000.

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-Toad in the hole

-is sausages in batter.

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-Are you going to bank 1,000?

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-Are you going to bank 1,000?

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-Yes, we'll bank now.

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-Before you change your minds,

-let's bank 1,000.

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-We'll now go for 1,500.

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-You still have the Lucky Three,

-and here are your categories.

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-I don't know now.

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-I don't know now.

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-Ancient Civilizations, maybe?

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-Yes, OK.

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-Ancient Civilizations.

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-Here are your facts.

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-The statue of the Venus de Milo

-has no arms.

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-The Minotaur

-was half man, half snake.

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-The Ancient Greeks

-established the first democracy.

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-The Bronze Age

-came after the Stone Age.

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-Hercules was the son of Zeus.

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-The Aztecs mainly lived

-in what is modern Mexico.

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-Six facts, one lie,

-and your minute starts now.

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-The Aztecs in Mexico,

-that one's a fact.

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-The Bronze Age

-did come after the Stone Age.

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-Because of tools and so on.

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-Hercules is Zeus' son, 100%.

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-The Ancient Greeks

-established the first democracy.

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-That's what they're famous for.

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-The Venus de Milo,

-she doesn't have any arms.

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-I thought it was a man, so...!

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-Clearly, I don't know!

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-Isn't she a goddess, like Aphrodite?

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-Isn't she a goddess, like Aphrodite?

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-The Minotaur.

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-I've got a feeling

-that it's half man, half horse.

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-Do you know what?

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-I don't know the name,

-but I doubt he was half snake.

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-Shall we go for that as the lie?

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-Shall we go for that as the lie?

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-Yes, OK.

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-And lock it.

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-If not half man, half snake,

-what was the Minotaur?

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-I don't know...

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-..but I've got a feeling

-that it was half man, half horse.

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-Half man, half horse is something.

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-But is it called a Minotaur?

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-The 1,000 is safely banked.

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-This is for 1,500.

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-The Minotaur

-was half man, half snake.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-Excellent. You have won 1,500.

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-Not half man, half horse,

-but half man, half bull.

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-Of course, Taur.

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-Minotaur!

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-Minotaur!

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-We should have seen it!

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-Do you want to leave with 1,500?

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-No, carry on.

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-Yes, carry on.

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-Yes, carry on.

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-We're going for 2,500.

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-You know what's there,

-but let's remind you.

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-Musicals?

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-Musicals?

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-These will be difficult.

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-Old ones we won't know.

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-OK, we'll go for Prison.

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-Prison.

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-There are seven facts this time.

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-Swansea Prison is in Swansea.

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-Mary, Queen of Scots,

-was executed in the Tower of London.

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-Oscar Wilde

-wrote The Ballad Of Reading Gaol.

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-Orange Is The New Black

-is a TV series set in a prison.

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-Dafydd Iwan wrote the lyrics

-for Mae Rhywun Yn Y Carchar.

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-At Folsom Prison

-is one of Johnny Cash's albums.

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-Jailhouse Rock

-was a song by Elvis Presley.

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-You still have the Lucky Three,

-and your minute starts now.

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-Swansea Prison is in Swansea,

-I take it.

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-I suppose so, but I'm not sure.

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-Mary, Queen of Scots, was executed.

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-They must have brought her

-down to the Tower.

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-She never met Elizabeth.

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-But maybe it wasn't in the Tower.

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-Orange is The New Black, 100%.

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-Elvis Presley, Jailhouse Rock.

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-Johnny Cash has a song,

-Folsom Prison Blues.

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-I think he has an album

-called At Folsom Prison too.

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-Dafydd Iwan,

-Rhywun Yn Y Carchar.

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-This is like the rugby one,

-I'm ashamed but I don't know.

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-It does sound like one of his songs.

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-Either Oscar Wilde or Dafydd Iwan.

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-Either Oscar Wilde or Dafydd Iwan.

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-We need the Lucky Three.

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-Hang on, prison.

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-Quick, we only have ten seconds.

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-We'll have to use the Lucky Three.

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-You have used the Lucky Three.

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-Three facts will reappear.

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-Mary, Queen of Scots,

-was executed in the Tower of London.

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-Dafydd Iwan wrote the lyrics

-for Mae Rhywun Yn Y Carchar.

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-At Folsom Prison

-is one of Johnny Cash's albums.

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-Three facts,

-and your ten seconds start now.

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-I reckon the Dafydd Iwan one.

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-Unless it's a trick

-and she was executed somewhere else.

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-So, Mary, Queen of Scots,

-was executed in the Tower of London?

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-Oh, no!

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-Not in the Tower, probably.

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-Your 1,000 is safe.

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-If you have locked the right lie,

-you'll have 2,500.

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-Dafydd Iwan wrote the lyrics

-for Mae Rhywun Yn Y Carchar.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-Where is the lie?

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-Fotheringhay Castle,

-near Peterborough, in 1587.

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-The Dafydd Iwan song?

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-The Dafydd Iwan song?

-

-We should have swotted that!

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-# Mae rhywun yn y carchar

-drosom... #

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-I won't sing any more,

-but he did write the lyrics...

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-..and the music, and he sang it.

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-Thank you for taking part

-and you played wonderfully.

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-You go home with 1,000,

-that's 500 each.

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-It's time to meet

-two new contestants.

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-Please welcome Leon and Jordan,

-friends from Bridgend.

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-Leon and Jordan, how are you?

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-Leon and Jordan, how are you?

-

-Hello, Nia.

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-Are you OK?

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-Are you OK?

-

-Great, thanks.

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-You're more than friends,

-you're also co-workers.

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-You were both busy

-at the Urdd Eisteddfod in Bridgend.

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-It was a lot of fun.

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-How long have you both

-worked for the Urdd?

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-Three years,

-but I volunteered before that.

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-So, you know each other well.

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-So, you know each other well.

-

-Since we were young.

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-Leon was in the same class

-as my little sister.

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-Are you ready to go for 10,000?

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-Are you ready to go for 10,000?

-

-Off we go!

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-We're ready to play Celwydd Noeth.

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-Good luck. We start with 250.

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-Here are your categories.

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-Numbers.

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-Relatives.

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-Fruit And Vegetables.

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-The British Isles.

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-Cricket.

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-Mammals.

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-Photography.

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-Gangster Films.

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-Where will you start?

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-Where will you start?

-

-The British Isles, or another one?

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-Leave that one. How about Numbers?

0:20:070:20:10

-Leave that one. How about Numbers?

-

-OK, Numbers.

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-For 250, Numbers.

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-Here are two facts.

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-In bingo, 22 is two little dogs.

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-There are two gloves in a pair.

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-Two facts,

-and your 30 seconds start now.

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-Two little dogs?

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-Not really. I think it's ducks.

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-Have you ever played bingo?

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-Have you ever played bingo?

-

-Yes, a couple of times.

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-Have you got a membership card?

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-Have you got a membership card?

-

-Yes.

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-I think the gloves one,

-two in a pair, is true.

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-Yes, so the lie

-is the two little dogs.

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-Happy?

0:20:530:20:54

-Yes, lock it.

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-Sorry!

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-It's not as easy as it looks!

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-For 250, you chose this.

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-In bingo, 22 is two little dogs.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

0:21:080:21:10

-A good start. 250.

0:21:120:21:14

-You were right,

-22 is two little ducks.

0:21:170:21:20

-Do you want to bank now?

0:21:200:21:22

-Do you want to bank now?

-

-No, we'll go on.

0:21:220:21:24

-On we go for 500.

0:21:240:21:26

-Here are the categories again.

0:21:280:21:30

-Relatives?

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-Relatives? Go on then.

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-Relatives.

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-Three facts this time.

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-On Pobol Y Cwm, Dai Sgaffalde

-is Dic Deryn's brother.

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-Prince Harry

-is Prince George's father.

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-Billy Ray Cyrus

-is Miley Cyrus' father.

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-Three facts,

-and your 30 seconds start now.

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-I'm certain that Billy Ray Cyrus

-is Miley Cyrus' father.

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-I don't watch a lot of Pobol Y Cwm.

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-I only really know Kelly.

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-She's the best character.

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-Harry isn't Prince George's father.

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-Fifteen seconds.

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-Fifteen seconds.

-

-It's William.

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-William is Prince George's father.

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-That's the lie.

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-Lock it.

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-Pick and lock.

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-This is for 500,

-and you haven't banked.

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-Prince Harry

-is Prince George's father.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

0:22:400:22:42

-Well done. You have 500.

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-You were right, William is George's

-father, and Harry's his uncle.

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-Do you want to bank?

0:22:560:22:57

-Do you want to bank?

-

-No.

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-OK.

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-OK.

-

-You're going on for 750.

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-Will you come back next time

-to play for 750?

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-Of course, yes!

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-Thanks for competing tonight.

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-Leon and Jordan will be back.

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-I'll be back too, so I hope you'll

-join us to try and find more lies.

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Yn mynd am y jacpot yn y rhaglen gyntaf mae'r ffrindiau Alaw Hughes ac Annest Wheldon a Leon Welsby a Jordan Hughes. Going for the jackpot in the first programme are two pairs of friends.


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