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Bryn Fon

Cawn fwynhau cwmni'r canwr a'r actor hynod lwyddiannus, Bryn Fon. Renowned singer and actor Bryn Fon joins Heledd Cynwal to take a trip down memory lane.


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-# Remember

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-# Remember #

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-Hello, good evening and welcome

-to another series of Cofio...

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-..where we meet some of Wales's

-most prominent figures...

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-..and take them

-for a trip down memory lane.

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-Tonight's guest is a singer

-who's had success over many decades.

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-He's the lead singer of one

-of the most popular Welsh bands...

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-..and an accomplished actor too.

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-Welcome to the show.

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-Welcome to the show.

-

-I didn't know I'd done so much.

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-I left out one important detail.

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-You're quite a hunk too.

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-You've been regarded as a hunk

-over the years.

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-I'll take that as a compliment.

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-Back in the 1980s, you were chosen

-as Hunk of the Month...

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-..by a certain magazine.

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-I was Man of the Month in She.

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-I was meant to be March's macho man

-but I ended up as an April Fool.

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-It was published in April.

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-That's your story.

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-Let's start back during that time,

-the end of the 1970s, with Crysbas.

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-You were their lead singer.

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-The infamous song of the time

-was Draenog Marw Ar Y Ffordd.

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-Was this the first live song

-to be played on Radio Cymru?

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-They had a Saturday morning

-programme...

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-..where they travelled

-from place to place.

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-During their first programme,

-we were performing at the location.

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-Draenog Marw was the first live song

-to be heard on Radio Cymru.

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-Let's see the hunk in action.

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-Let's see the hunk in action.

-

-OK!

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-# Crossing the main road

-late one night

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-# Dragging itself over to the ditch

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-# It didn't look up or down

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-# The hedgehog was squashed

-by an artic lorry

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# And it stinks to high heaven

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-# Listen, driver, I'm telling you

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-# It's not a rose or a sweet pea

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-# Close your windows tightly

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-# Or the stench will make you sick

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# And it stinks to high heaven

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-# Watch you don't drive

-into the hedge

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-# Pinch your nose

-and put your foot down

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-# If you're walking

-take care you don't step

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-# In the pool of flesh and blood

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# And it stinks to high heaven

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-Yes, there is...

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# A dead hedgehog on the road

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-# And it stinks to high heaven #

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-Your leg was swaying.

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-How did Crysbas come together?

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-Going back to a happy period

-in my life...

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-..the summer of 1976.

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-My time as a student in Bangor

-Normal College had come to an end.

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-I lived in a madhouse

-in the middle of Anglesey.

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-We lived a bohemian lifestyle -

-people came and went all the time.

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-A group of us lived in the house.

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-We all went to the Cardigan National

-Eisteddfod - a great Eisteddfod.

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-It's one of the best

-eisteddfodau ever.

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-On the Thursday, there was an open

-mike session in the rugby club.

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-Groups would play there

-later in the evening...

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-..but anyone could perform there

-in the afternoon.

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-Ithel was in that clip

-playing the guitar...

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-..along with Rhys Ifans,

-Gwynfor's son...

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-..I think Phil played the drums...

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-..and I was the lead singer.

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-We made the lyrics up

-as we went along.

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-They played blues music

-and I made up the lyrics.

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-A month after the Eisteddfod...

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-..Ithel sent a postcard telling us

-he wanted to form a band.

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-The other three had been

-in Mellt and Mwg Drwg.

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-Those bands had broken up.

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-He was forming a new band and

-he asked me to be their lead singer.

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-The rest, as they say, is history.

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-You've also been

-a television presenter.

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-Here's a clip of you presenting

-Ser Dros Gymru.

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-Ser Dros Gymru

-has reached Penygroes.

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-We're in Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle.

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-We're joined by youngsters

-who are ready for...

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-The Ser disco.

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-Right, lads, what are your names?

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-What?

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-What are your names?

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-Rocky.

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-Who are you?

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-Who are you?

-

-Eh?

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-What's your name?

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-What's your name?

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-Spud.

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-Spud and Rocky.

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-Do you live in Penygroes?

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-Llanllyfni.

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-I see. Is there enough to do

-in Penygroes and Llanllyfni?

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-It's great here tonight.

-We're enjoying ourselves.

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-We don't have many discos here.

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-You don't have many discos here.

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-We used to have discos.

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-Why have they stopped?

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-People were scrapping and fighting.

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-Scrapping, yeah?

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-# Yn Y Fro #

-Edward H Dafis

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-# In the heartland, in the heartland

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-# Come for a walk #

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-Do you buy Welsh records?

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-What?

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-Do you buy Welsh records?

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-We don't have much money.

-Spud and I are on the dole.

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-There's nothing wrong with the dole.

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-Did you say you'd been fishing?

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-Did you say you'd been fishing?

-

-No, poaching!

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-Are you hoping to find work

-in the future?

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-What?

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-Are you hoping to find work

-in the future?

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-There's not a lot of work here right

-now but if something comes up...

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-..we'll take it

-as long as it's not too hard.

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-Don't you like working?

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-We haven't worked long enough

-to know. Silly question!

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-Carry on enjoying the disco.

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-What?

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-Carry on enjoying the disco.

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-OK.

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-Nantlle Vale.

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-Nantlle Vale.

-

-Nantlle Vale rules OK.

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-Mm.

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-Mm.

-

-Poor Nia Ceidiog.

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-Yes, poor dab.

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-You and Cefin Roberts as two

-rather interesting characters.

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-Both of you went

-to Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle.

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-Both of us attended the same school,

-and Ysgol Llanllyfni before that.

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-The cutaways of people dancing...

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-..included shots

-of my cousins dancing.

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-Almost everyone there

-was related to me.

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-I'm not sure what we were trying

-to achieve with that sketch.

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-The only thing that looked good

-was Cefin's hair.

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-He was very proud of his hair,

-combing it over all the time!

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-We saw a clip of you acting

-and presenting just then.

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-You've taken on many roles

-over the years.

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-C'mon Midffild is the next clip -

-it was a phenomenon in so many ways.

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-It was such a successful series.

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-Let's see a clip of C'mon Midffild.

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-Right then. How are we going

-to raise some money?

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-Well...

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-No stupid ideas

-like a sponsored run.

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-Whose idea was a sponsored run?

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-Whose idea was a sponsored run?

-

-You were the first to mention it.

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-No more.

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-Only another five miles.

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-Only?

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-Think about Italy.

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-Look, I've run far enough today

-to reach Italy.

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-Come on, the others have finished.

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-No, not everyone.

-Some of them are still behind me.

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-Well done, lad, keep going.

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-Well done, Mrs Williams.

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-I'll be with you now, Mrs Williams.

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-I'll be with you now, Mrs Williams.

-

-No wonder the mail's always late.

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-What made the series so popular

-and so successful?

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-Lots of things.

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-Firstly,

-it was so close to real life.

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-There were teams like that

-everywhere in north Wales...

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-..and, as far as I know,

-in south Wales.

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-I played for Pontrhydfendigaid

-when I worked in Theatr y Werin.

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-There were major similarities

-between there and C'mon Midffild.

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-Mei also played for Bont FC

-during his time in Aberystwyth.

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-You played in the same team.

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-Yes, and certainly

-after C'mon Midffild...

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-..we were invited to places

-to play as a team.

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-It was a lot of fun.

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-It was nice going to work

-on a Monday morning...

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-..and going out to play football

-for most of the day.

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-Sometimes,

-we had to focus on filming...

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-..but we had a lot of fun.

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-A dream life for some people.

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-Local players wanted to be extras

-in C'mon Midffild.

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-They wanted their team

-on the programme.

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-In the very first episode

-a makeshift team is put together...

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-..because a lot of players

-had gone on their holidays.

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-Mr Picton wonders

-where his team will come from.

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-He finishes the meeting by saying...

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-.."You start in the nursery school

-I'll try the old people's home."

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-We cut to the changing rooms

-and a pan of all the characters.

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-One boy who sang around the pubs

-of north Wales, a bald lad...

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-..was so disappointed

-he wasn't in the next episode...

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-..because the team

-had returned from holiday.

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-He'd tell people, "I don't know

-why they won't pick me.

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-"I played my heart out for them."

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-He lived the character.

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-That's all for now.

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-In Part 2, we'll relive

-a troubled time from your past...

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-..which caused huge upheaval

-in your life.

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-Join us after this break.

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-# Remember #

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-# Remember #

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-Welcome back. I've been joined

-by Bryn Fon tonight.

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-Bryn, we spoke about your work...

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-..as an actor, singer

-and presenter in Part 1.

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-Keeping fit has been

-an important part of your life.

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-It all started in school.

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-I've always enjoyed running.

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-A lot of long-distance runners

-come from the Nantlle Vale.

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-We're like the Kenyans.

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-I think I still hold the record

-for the fastest mile in school...

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-..but I think they changed

-to metric after I left!

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-Sshh!

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-When I was around 16 years old...

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-..I could run the mile in around

-four minutes and 16 seconds...

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-..not that far

-from a four-minute mile.

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-I went on to run longer distances

-after that.

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-As we saw with C'mon Midffild,

-football was very important to me.

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-I spent hours on the football pitch.

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-Mam had to drag me away

-at mealtimes.

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-Like many boys during that time...

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-..I thought I could make a career

-from playing football.

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-That was my game plan.

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-In terms of running,

-I represented north Wales.

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-I remember running in Haverfordwest

-against England and Scotland.

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-We can see the Bionic Man

-in action now.

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-Here you are being filmed running

-during the Ser series.

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-BRYN FON ON THE ROAD

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-Ready? Good luck.

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-STARTING GUN

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-As the gun was fired

-and the crowd cheered...

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-..Bryn started the journey...

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-..he'd been planning for weeks.

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-A sponsored run to raise money for

-Gwynedd's partially-sighted ward...

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-..and the deaf ward in Cefneithin.

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-Bryn is aiming to run all the way

-from Caernarfon to Carmarthen...

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-..136 miles in eight days.

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-400 runners will join him, the first

-group from Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen...

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-..joining him

-for the first seven miles.

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-Hello, Nain, how are you?

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-I can't wait.

-I'm on my way to Carmarthen.

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-Take care of that leg.

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-Goodbye.

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-Every grandmother worries.

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-"Take care of that leg." I had two!

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-I had problems with my leg

-before the end of the journey.

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-Nain had foreseen the injury.

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-Mam was the other woman

-in the background.

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-My niece, Nia,

-was the baby in her arms.

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-You come from a large family.

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-My father was

-the eldest of ten children.

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-Nain, Jane Jones,

-raised a huge family...

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-..during a very difficult time.

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-Taid worked in a quarry.

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-Dad, although an intelligent boy...

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-..left school when he was 12

-years old and worked in the quarry.

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-He would walk to a farm

-on the outskirts of Llanllyfni...

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-..pick up a horse and ride it back

-to the Dorothea quarry...

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-..when he was 12 years old.

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-During his working life, he had

-several jobs and saw great changes.

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-At the end of his career...

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-..he worked in the Wylfa

-and Trawsfynydd power stations.

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-We had a huge family.

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-We were like the Mafia

-in Llanllyfni.

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-No-one dared

-say anything against me.

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-All my cousins

-would close in on them.

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-One of your most well-known songs

-is Meibion Y Fflam...

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-..a song about Meibion Glyndwr -

-you know where we're going now.

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-In 1990, you became embroiled

-in these events...

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-..when you were arrested at home

-by the police...

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-..as we'll see in this next clip.

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-# Someone somewhere knows

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-# Down in the town

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-# Someone somewhere knows

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-# Crimewatch UK

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-# They're looking for a man

-with large feet

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-# Wearing a raincoat

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-# Stinking of petrol

-with a box of matches in his hand

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-# But no-one knows anything

-in the cold light of day #

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-The arrest of Bryn Fon,

-actor and singer...

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-..on suspicion of being

-a member of Meibion Glyndwr...

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-..shocked everyone.

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-He was locked up for 60 hours

-and was then released on bail.

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-Here is his recollection

-of the events...

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-..the most turbulent

-three days of his life.

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-Police had a warrant

-to search the house.

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-Within an hour,

-someone came to the house...

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-..to say they'd discovered a plastic

-package in a hole in the wall.

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-They showed it to me.

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-I'd never seen the bag

-or its contents.

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-What was in the plastic bag?

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-From what I could see...

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-..a wire - an ordinary-looking wire,

-a battery and white powder.

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-"No-one knows anything

-in the cold light of day."

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-Words that are as true today

-as they were...

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-..when Meibion Glyndwr

-first hit the headlines.

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-Words that led

-to the condemnation of Bryn Fon.

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-# Someone somewhere knows

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-# Father and mother

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-# Someone somewhere knows #

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-How much did those words

-condemn you?

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-I suspect they strongly

-condemned me.

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-There was no mention of the song

-while I was in Dolgellau...

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-..until the very end.

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-On the final afternoon,

-the Friday...

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-..they'd decided

-they didn't have any evidence.

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-They didn't really know

-what they were doing.

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-Elfyn Llwyd and I asked

-for some time to discuss matters.

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-They came back in the afternoon

-with a different approach.

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-Did I have enemies? Who could have

-done this to me? Who set me up?

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-I didn't have an answer.

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-The afternoon rolled on slowly...

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-..and C'mon Midffild

-was on television at the time.

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-I could hear the television.

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-The bomb squad was upstairs

-watching C'mon Midffild!

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-The officer in charge came down

-to see me in the cell...

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-..and told me

-the team needed a new goalie!

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-The Chief Superintendent

-told me before I left...

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-..to be careful

-what I said in public...

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-..and how I behaved on stage...

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-..because I could influence

-an audience.

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-He suggested that I encouraged

-others to do things they shouldn't.

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-It was definitely a warning...

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-..which referred to my performances

-during that time.

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-How did it affect your family?

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-How did it affect your family?

-

-You can't make light of the matter.

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-It affected my mother and father

-greatly.

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-My father witnessed the event

-- he was there during the arrest.

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-It affected him greatly

-and certainly, my mother.

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-I don't think my mother's nerves

-were ever quite the same again.

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-You then try to look

-for the positives.

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-I'm sure Sain benefited from it.

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-Sales of Sobin a'r Smaeliaid's CDs

-went through the roof after that.

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-We change the mood completely now

-with another song from Sobin...

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-..Mardi Gras Ym Mangor Ucha'.

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-# Playing the machine in The Globe

-night after night

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-# The Menai Vaults, the Belle Vue,

-Bangor aye, and who knows

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-# Brewers and bankers,

-one-time traitors

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-# Lefties and Welshies

-and renowned famous folk

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-# Nuggets, Mary-Marys

-and the world's common jacks

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-# Talking Esperanto,

-it's the only language of the street

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-# There's a Mardi Gras

-in Upper Bangor

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-# Calypso on everyone's lips

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-# Ed Povey's people

-laughing on the walls

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-# And the singer

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-# The singer on his own singing

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-# There's a Mardi Gras

-in Upper Bangor

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-# Calypso on everyone's lips

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-# Ed Povey's people

-laughing on the walls

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-# And the singer

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-# The singer

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-# The singer on his own #

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-Sobin a'r Smaeliaid -

-can you explain the name?

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-We go back to family affairs again.

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-Nain's brother was Robin

-but people called him Sobin.

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-He was a miserly old man.

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-He'd argue with everyone

-about everything.

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-I remember when the Celtic Film

-Festival was held in Caernarfon.

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-During the feast in the finale...

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-..they couldn't translate

-proceedings into Welsh...

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-..so it was an all-English affair.

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-We were misled though -

-there was a translation facility...

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-..for the Breton people on my table.

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-I stood up

-and objected to the fiasco...

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-..questioning why I could listen

-in Breton but not in Welsh.

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-I walked out and it made

-the following morning's news.

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-My uncle, Uncle Moi,

-came up to see me soon after...

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-..and said,

-"Oh, Sobin's back once more,"...

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-..because I'd made such a fuss.

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-The people of Nasareth, a village

-nearby, are called Smaeliaid...

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-..Smaeliaid - Ishmaelites

-because of the Biblical connection.

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-Sobin a'r Smaeliaid were born.

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-Well done.

-Thanks for the explanation.

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-Thanks for your company.

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-I'll be back next week

-with another familiar face.

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-Until then, goodnight.

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-# Remember

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-# Remember #

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-S4C Subtitles by Simian 04 Cyf.

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Cawn fwynhau cwmni'r canwr a'r actor hynod lwyddiannus, Bryn Fon. Renowned singer and actor Bryn Fon joins Heledd Cynwal to take a trip down memory lane.