Pennod 5 Celwydd Noeth


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Pennod 5

Yn cystadlu mae Miriam Williams o Benllyn ac Aled Illtud o Bontypridd, a Twm Griffiths o Fethel a Siôn Owen o Benygroes. Two pairs of friends compete for the jackpot of £10,000.


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

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-Last time, Aled and Miriam

-made it to the third level.

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-They're back tonight.

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-Please welcome Aled and Miriam.

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-Aled from Pontypridd,

-and Miriam from Trefor.

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-You were at university together,

-but you're now gainfully employed.

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-Remind us what you do.

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-I'm a marketing officer

-at Ty Newydd writing centre.

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-A nice place to work, I imagine?

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-A nice place to work, I imagine?

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-Wonderful.

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-I work at the Garth Olwg

-Lifelong Learning Centre.

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-I book shows and classes

-for adults.

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-You keep everyone organized.

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-You keep everyone organized.

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-I'm supposed to.

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-Are you an organized person?

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-Are you an organized person?

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-Except at home.

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-My room at home is chaotic.

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-It wasn't chaotic here last time,

-because you worked well as a team.

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-Some categories came up that suited

-you, and you have kept them back.

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-We're ready to look for more lies,

-so the best of luck to you both.

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-To win the 10,000 jackpot,

-you 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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-You must select and lock the lie

-before your time runs out.

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-Let's hope you both do very well.

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-We're ready to play Celwydd Noeth.

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-You didn't bank last time,

-and you chose to go for 1,000.

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-The Lucky Three is still available.

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-Let's remind ourselves

-of the categories.

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-There are five categories left.

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-Seventh Heaven, Months...

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-..Australian Animals,

-Women In Pop and Pobol Y Cwm...

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-..which delighted both of you.

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-What will we go for?

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-I'm a bit doubtful

-about Women In Pop, personally.

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-Unless you're confident?

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-No, I'm happy to go for it.

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-Women In Pop then, please.

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-Good luck. Women In Pop.

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-Here are five facts.

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-Amy Winehouse was an English singer.

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-The Four Tops

-was a female group from Detroit.

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-Two women sang in Abba.

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-The full name of the Nefyn singer

-is Aimee Anne Duffy.

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-Elin Fflur won Can I Gymru

-with the song Harbwr Diogel.

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-Five facts,

-and your minute starts now.

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-OK, well, Elin Fflur is certain.

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-I'm sure of that and Abba,

-Agnetha and somebody.

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-Amy Winehouse is probably English.

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-Yes, probably.

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-It's between the Four Tops

-and Duffy.

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-She is Aimee Duffy,

-but I've never heard her full name.

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-She's certainly from Nefyn.

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-Do you know anything

-about the Four Tops?

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-No, I don't.

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-No, I don't.

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-A female group.

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-Nefyn...

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-That could be a trick question.

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-That could be a trick question.

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-Thirty seconds.

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-I don't know!

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-Either we go for the Four Tops

-or use the Lucky Three.

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-I don't want to risk it either.

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-I'm going to go for the Four Tops.

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-What do you think?

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-Fifteen seconds.

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-Go for it.

-Speculate to accumulate.

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-Lock!

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-Speculate to accumulate?

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-That's very poetic, to be fair.

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-Sometimes, speculating

-gives you nothing.

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-You did want at least 2,000

-to get new teeth for Miriam.

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-Or rather 4,000,

-because he wouldn't contribute.

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-It depends if I feel benevolent.

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-This was a rugby injury?

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-This was a rugby injury?

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-Yes, indeed.

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-You haven't banked a penny.

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-You haven't banked a penny.

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-No.

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-But you could win 1,000 here.

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-What's wrong with the Four Tops

-was a female group from Detroit?

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-I don't know.

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-I've never heard of the Four Tops.

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-Detroit is somewhere in America.

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-Why go for that one then?

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-I don't know!

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-It was between two.

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-Fingers crossed.

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-Fingers crossed.

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-OK, cross them now.

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-The Four Tops

-was a female group from Detroit.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You have won 1,000.

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-You can celebrate.

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-Not yet. We haven't banked.

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-The Four Tops were men.

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-The Four Tops were men.

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-Oh! So that was close!

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-Such a group did exist.

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-Do you want to bank 1,000?

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-Do you want to bank 1,000?

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-500 each is fine, if we went wrong.

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-Yes, we'll bank, Nia.

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-Very well. Bank 1,000.

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-Is that a nice feeling?

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-Is that a nice feeling?

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-I've got 500!

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-What will you do with 500?

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-Clear my overdraft!

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-We'll go on to try to win more,

-starting with 1,500.

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-Here are the categories.

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-You're halfway.

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-Where will you go?

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-Where will you go?

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-Either Seventh Heaven or Months.

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-I'm eager to know

-what Seventh Heaven is.

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-Are you happy to go for it?

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-Are you happy to go for it?

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-Yes.

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-We'll go for Seventh Heaven then.

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-We'll go for Seventh Heaven then.

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-I hope that's where you'll be.

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-Here are your facts.

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-There are seven deadly sins.

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-Traditionally,

-a rainbow has seven colours.

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-Henry VII was born in Pembrokeshire.

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-There are seven days in a week.

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-George Clooney and Samuel L Jackson

-starred in the film Se7en.

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-A 50p piece is heptagonal.

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-Six facts,

-and your minute starts now.

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-I'm fairly sure that Se7en

-is Kevin Spacey and...

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-..and, what's her name...

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-Are there any you're unsure of?

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-Are there any you're unsure of?

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-I've never watched the film.

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-There are certainly

-seven deadly sins.

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-I've just counted

-the seven colours of the rainbow.

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-I'm fairly sure it's either

-Matt Damon or Brad Pitt.

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-I don't remember George Clooney

-or Samuel L Jackson in it.

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-Morgan Freeman was in it.

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-Morgan Freeman was in it.

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-You do know your films.

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-What about the 50p?

-Count the sides!

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-I haven't got 50p on me!

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-I'm sure that's right.

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-There are seven days in a week.

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-What about Henry VII?

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-What about Henry VII?

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-It sounds right.

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-There is a connection with Wales,

-but I thought Conwy.

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-The rainbow and the deadly sins

-are both right.

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-I'm pretty sure it's the film.

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-Let's go for it.

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-Let's go for it.

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-Lock it.

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-We've got 1,000 anyway.

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-I like listening to you!

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-Was Henry VII born in Pembrokeshire?

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-He was born somewhere in Wales

-because he's one of the Tudors.

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-We'll see.

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-You're a film buff.

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-You're a film buff.

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-Are you?

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-I have faith in you.

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-I have watched Se7en.

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-I know Gwyneth Paltrow's in it

-because her head...

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-Spoilers!

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-Her head's in a box at the end.

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-But I don't remember

-George Clooney in it.

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-You'd remember George Clooney!

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-You would!

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-You have 1,000 safely banked,

-but this will take you to 1,500.

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-George Clooney and Samuel L Jackson

-starred in the film Se7en.

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-Will you be in your seventh heaven?

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-Well done. You have won 1,500.

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-Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman

-were among the stars of Se7en.

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-You could go home with 1,500.

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-Or you could go on for 2,500.

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-It'd be a shame to leave now.

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-We'll carry on, shall we?

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-We'll carry on, shall we?

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-I like your spirit.

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-We'll go on for 2,500.

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-Back we go to those categories.

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-Can I suggest we keep Pobol Y Cwm

-and Australian Animals back?

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-I was going to suggest

-saving Pobol Y Cwm for last.

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-Shall we go for Months now?

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-Shall we go for Months now?

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-That's what I thought.

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-Months, please.

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-Months, please.

-

-Good luck. Months.

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-Here are seven facts.

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-Miwsig Y Misoedd is a collection

-of songs by Robat Arwyn.

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-Born On The Fourth Of July

-was directed by Oliver Stone.

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-Some men grow a moustache

-for charity during November.

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-1 April is April Fool's Day.

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-There are 31 days in January.

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-James May was one of the presenters

-of Top Gear.

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-The TV series Minafon was based

-on the novel Mis O Orffennaf.

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-Seven facts, one lie,

-and your minute starts now.

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-Well, do you want

-to go through them all?

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-No clue with the first, then Born

-On The Fourth Of July sounds right.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-November is Movember.

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-1 April is April Fool's Day.

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-It's Alaw Gin's birthday

-on 31 January, so that's true...

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-..as is James May,

-and I'm from Trefor...

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-..where Minafon was filmed.

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-I know for a fact,

-and I'd put money on it...

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-..that the novel is Mis O Fehefin

-by Eigra Lewis Roberts.

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-Would you like to lock?

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-Would you like to lock?

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-The lie is locked.

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-Oh, Miriam, the smile on your face

-when you saw the lie was priceless.

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-I'm confident.

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-Very confident.

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-Are you sure?

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes.

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-You're from Trefor.

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-You're from Trefor.

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-Yes.

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-Is that where the series was filmed?

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-Is that where the series was filmed?

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-In the next street to our house.

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-Lime Street. John Ogwen and all

-the other characters were there.

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-You're too young to remember it.

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-You're too young to remember it.

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-I'm 100% confident.

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-But the novel gives us the month.

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-But the novel gives us the month.

-

-Mis O Fehefin.

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-Are we going to be celebrating...

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-Are we going to be celebrating...

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-Yes!

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-Wait a minute!

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-The TV series Minafon was based

-on the novel Mis O Orffennaf.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You have won 2,500.

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-Good, eh?

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-The tooth is getting closer!

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-What were the chances

-of a girl from Trefor being here?

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-You have 1,000 banked.

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-There's 2,500 on the table.

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-You could take it with you

-back to Trefor and Pontypridd.

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-Or will you carry on for 5,000?

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-On?

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-Yes, on.

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-There's no doubt, is there?

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-We'll do that after the break.

-Don't go away.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Welcome back.

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-It's going very well...

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-..for Miriam from Trefor

-and Aled from Pontypridd.

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-Friends since university,

-they have banked 1,000.

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-You've just made it to 2,500,

-but you're going on for how much?

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-5,000?

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-Is it? Yes, 5,000.

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-Is it? Yes, 5,000.

-

-Do we get money for that?

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-We're going for 5,000.

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-You know the remaining categories.

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-Australian Animals and Pobol Y Cwm.

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-Australian Animals?

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-Australian Animals.

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-Australian Animals.

-

-Off we go to Australia.

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-Here are eight facts.

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-A yabby is similar to a lobster.

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-A red kangaroo

-can weigh as much as 90 kilos.

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-A platypus has a bill like a duck's.

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-There are wild camels in Australia.

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-Wombats live in burrows.

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-Koalas sleep

-for over 20 hours a day.

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-Marsupials

-are only native to Australia.

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-The call of the kookaburra

-sounds like a human laugh.

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-Eight facts,

-and your minute starts now.

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-Oh, right.

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-Is a yabby like a lobster? No idea.

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-Is a yabby like a lobster? No idea.

-

-I've never heard of a yabby.

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-A red kangaroo

-can weigh as much as 90 kilos.

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-I can believe it

-because they're muscular animals.

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-But I don't know.

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-It is called a duck-billed platypus.

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-Are there wild camels in Australia?

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-Are there wild camels in Australia?

-

-Maybe, but I'm not sure.

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-I can believe the wombats one.

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-I've seen photos of koalas

-sleeping and grabbing bamboo.

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-Thirty seconds.

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-Thirty seconds.

-

-They eat eucalyptus.

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

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-Do you want to use the Lucky Three?

-

-Are you happy with that?

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-Three facts will reappear.

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-A platypus has a bill like a duck's.

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-Wombats live in burrows.

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-Marsupials

-are only native to Australia.

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-Three facts,

-and your ten seconds start now.

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-It must be wombats,

-because marsupials are native.

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-Are you sure

-that it's like a duck's bill?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-OK, lock.

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-Eight is a lot of facts.

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-Are marsupials

-only native to Australia?

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-I'm pretty certain about that.

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-I'm sure that's a fact.

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-Wombats live in burrows.

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-Is that a lie?

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-I'm not sure, but of the three...

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-A platypus looks like a duck.

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-Let's hope it's a lie.

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-Will Australian Animals

-bring you luck?

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-Wombats live in burrows.

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-That's the statement you've chosen.

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-But is that the barefaced lie?

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-Oh, no!

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-Oh, Miriam and Aled.

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-Where is the lie?

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-Oh, no!

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-Oh, no!

-

-I'm so sorry.

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-I was confident of that one.

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-I was confident of that one.

-

-I had no idea.

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-Marsupials, creatures

-that carry their young in pouches...

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-..are also native to New Guinea,

-South America and Central America.

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-But, like you, I thought

-they were only in Australia.

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-Oh, well, Pobol Y Cwm's been wasted.

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-Oh, well, Pobol Y Cwm's been wasted.

-

-I wonder what was hiding there.

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-I've enjoyed your company.

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-Sadly, no gold tooth, Miriam.

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-But you have won 1,000,

-which is 500 each.

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-You've made us smile

-and we've all enjoyed your game.

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-You leave us with 1,000.

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-We're ready to meet

-two new contestants.

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-Please welcome Sion and Twm,

-friends from Penygroes and Bethel.

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-How do you do, boys?

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-How do you do, boys?

-

-Fine, thank you.

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-Who's from where?

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-I'm from Bethel.

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-I'm from Bethel.

-

-And I'm from Penygroes.

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-How do you know each other?

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-How do you know each other?

-

-Friends and co-workers.

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-Co-workers?

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-Co-workers?

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-We used to work together.

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-Where?

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-Where?

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-At GISDA, a youth homeless charity.

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-A worthy job indeed,

-but what do you do now?

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-I'm with Anglesey Council's

-housing options team...

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-..working with homeless people.

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-..working with homeless people.

-

-The same field, but on Anglesey.

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-I'm still with GISDA.

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-Why did you choose each other

-to create your team?

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-Sion's clever...

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-..and I sometimes know

-obscure facts.

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-What's the plan?

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-Have you discussed tactics?

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-How are you going to go for it?

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-It's changed.

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-It's changed many times

-in the last 24 hours.

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-It depends on the categories.

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-Shall we go for it?

-Good luck as we play Celwydd Noeth.

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-We start with 250.

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-Here are the categories.

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-Bobbing Along.

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-Gold.

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-Health.

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-Gods And Goddesses.

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-Brrr.

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-Comics And Cartoons.

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-Actresses.

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-Blue Is The Colour.

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-Interesting.

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-Interesting.

-

-What's interesting and what's scary?

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-Comics And Cartoons appeals to me.

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-I don't think I know any Bobs!

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-What do we know nothing about?

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-Bobbing Along or Blue Is The Colour?

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-We'll go for Blue Is The Colour.

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-Good luck. Blue Is The Colour.

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-Two facts to start.

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-The Wales rugby team

-wears dark blue shirts.

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-Manchester City's home shirts

-are light blue.

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-Two facts,

-and your 30 seconds start now.

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-Wales wear red shirts.

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-And Manchester City

-do wear light blue.

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-The Wales rugby team is the lie.

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-I'm comfortable with that.

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-Shall we go for it?

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-Halfway.

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-There we are, pick and lock.

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-Do you feel better now?

0:19:420:19:43

-Do you support

-a particular football team?

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-I'm a Manchester United fan.

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-And I support Liverpool.

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-You're not blue at all!

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-You're both smiling confidently.

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-The Wales rugby team

-wears dark blue shirts.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-A good start. You have 250.

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-Do you want to bank?

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-Do you want to bank?

-

-No, not yet.

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-That's not the plan!

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-We'll go on for 500.

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-Back we go to the categories.

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-Do you fancy something else

-we're not sure of?

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-Brrr, Bobbing Along or Gold?

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-Brrr, Bobbing Along or Gold?

-

-I chose last time, so you choose.

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-Brrr, in that case.

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-OK, Brrr.

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-Say it again.

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-Say it again.

-

-Brrr!

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-I can't even say it!

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-We're going for...

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-We're going for...

-

-Brrr!

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-Here are the three facts.

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-Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland.

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-The North Pole is in the Arctic.

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-Captain Scott was first

-to reach the South Pole.

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-Three facts,

-and your time starts now.

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-Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland.

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-The North Pole is in the Arctic.

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-I can't remember the name

-of the man from Norway.

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-He was racing against Captain Scott.

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-Antarctica is the south.

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-Antarctica is the south.

-

-Halfway.

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-The last one?

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-Yes.

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-Ten seconds.

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-I think so.

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-OK, Twm?

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-Has he done the right thing?

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-Has he done the right thing?

-

-We have, yes!

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-Oh, a team!

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-Have you been to Iceland?

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-Have you been to Iceland?

-

-No, but I want to go.

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-And the North Pole's in the Arctic?

0:21:410:21:44

-And the North Pole's in the Arctic?

-

-Yes.

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-The South Pole is Antarctica.

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-Captain Scott wasn't the first

-to the South Pole?

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-No, he was racing

-a team from Norway...

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-..if I remember rightly.

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-I'm panicking now!

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-You haven't banked.

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-Captain Scott was first

-to reach the South Pole.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

0:22:070:22:09

-You have won 500.

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-You're right, Roald Amundsen

-from Norway was first, in 1911.

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-That's why you brought him along!

0:22:230:22:25

-Do you want to bank 500?

0:22:260:22:27

-Do you want to bank 500?

-

-What do you think now?

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-We'll choose a safe one,

-bank and carry on.

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-No, not yet.

0:22:340:22:35

-Stick to the plan.

0:22:360:22:37

-Stick to the plan.

-

-Yes, stick to the plan.

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-We'll go on for 750.

0:22:390:22:41

-Will you come back next time?

0:22:410:22:44

-Yes.

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-Yes.

-

-I thought you might. Thank you!

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-Sion and Twm will be back next time,

-as I hope will you.

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-We'll all be looking

-for more lies. Goodbye!

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Yn cystadlu mae Miriam Williams o Benllyn ac Aled Illtud o Bontypridd, a Twm Griffiths o Fethel a Siôn Owen o Benygroes. Two pairs of friends compete for the jackpot of £10,000.