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Cofio gyda Caryl Parry Jones

Cyfle i ailfyw rhai o glasuron teledu'r gorffennol yng nghwmni Caryl Parry Jones wrth iddi sgwrsio a Heledd Cynwal. Caryl Parry Jones takes a look back at some of her classic TV...


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-# Remember

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-# Remember #

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-Good evening and welcome to Cofio,

-a programme of shared memories.

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-Tonight's guest is an icon

-of the Welsh entertainment industry.

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-She created duos

-such as Delyth and Bethan...

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-..Glenys and Rhisiart,

-Lavinia and Enfys.

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-She composed

-well-loved, evergreen classics...

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-..such as Chwarae'n Troi'n Chwerw.

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-Welcome to the show,

-Caryl Parry Jones.

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-Thank you, Heledd.

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-Incredible!

-Yours is a very impressive CV.

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-I'm glad to say I've been

-quite busy over the past 30 years.

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-I was very fortunate...

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-..to have been able to earn a living

-doing what I really enjoy.

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-Yes, it's all important.

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-I mentioned

-a few of the characters you created.

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-Back in the 1980s, we saw

-those characters interacting...

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-..when they all landed on Ibiza

-in the film Ibiza! Ibiza!

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-Here's a taste of the film which

-still makes cult viewing today.

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-Ibiza?!

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-# Passport in my pocket

-as I board the aeroplane

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-# Bid farewell to Wales

-and the pouring rain

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-# Flying in search of sunshine,

-adventure and romance

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-# Feel the heat, hear the beat,

-my feet just want to dance

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-# I'll find a Spanish lover,

-maybe, more than one

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-# With the senoritas

-where sangria flows, there's fun

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-# We can mix a cocktail,

-not one but two or three

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-# And Manuel - what a hunk!

-He's the one for me

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-# Ibiza! Ibiza! Off we go together

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-# Ibiza! Ibiza!

-Forget about manana

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-# Ibiza! Ibiza!

-Lying on the beaches

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-# A land of sun that's full of fun

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-# That's Ibiza #

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-Was there a mass exodus of people

-when you landed on Ibiza?

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-Ibiza was just starting

-to get crazy, back then.

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-Maybe we put the tin lid

-on the whole concept!

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-That's one of the most enjoyable

-projects I've ever undertaken.

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-Shooting that film was great fun.

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-It's a nice film.

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-It's still popular and people come

-up to me quoting lines from it...

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-..such as,

-"Oh, my God - she's dead!"

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-It was great to see all

-the characters together in the film.

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-Had those characters been

-on the back boiler for a while...

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-..waiting to burst into life?

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-We needed variety

-for television shows.

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-Just singing would have been boring.

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-I could do a few impersonations...

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-..and that's why

-we created these characters.

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-They're based on people

-everyone knows.

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-They're not based

-on anyone in particular.

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-Everyone knows someone like Lavinia,

-like Delyth or like Glenys.

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-I think that's why

-the characters worked so well.

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-People had a real affinity with them

-because they were so familiar.

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-Lavinia had lovely flicks!

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-Lavinia had lovely flicks!

-

-Yes - flicks are good!

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-Flicks were all the rage in the

-1970s but I had them in the 1980s!

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-I was too young to have them in the

-1970s, so I had them in the 1980s!

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-You never lose it!

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-You never lose it!

-

-No.

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-Let's move towards flicks,

-as we see more 1970s hairstyles.

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-This is the group Sidan

-performing in 1974.

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-# Deio I Dywyn #

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-# On Friday morning we went roaming

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# Reaching Mawddwy in the gloaming

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# There we had a lovely supper

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# Bowls of porridge and rich butter

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# Go through Abergynolwyn

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# And on to Craig y Deryn

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# When we reached Ynys Maengwyn,

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah-lah

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-# Deio shouted, "There's Tywyn!"

-fah-lah lah-lah lah-lah

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-# Fah-lah-lah

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-# Fah-lah-lah lah-lah-lah lah! #

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-That was the Celtic period

-in Sidan's history!

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-It didn't really work!

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-Ac Eraill and Alan Stivell

-played Celtic music...

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-..and we jumped on the bandwagon!

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-Hey nonny-nonny!

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-Hey nonny-nonny!

-

-Yes. It was daft, really!

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-No, it was

-the start of something big.

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-Is composing your first love?

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-Is composing your first love?

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-Yes, very much so.

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-Composing music is what

-drives the blood around my body.

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-I love the process

-of creating a song...

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-..and seeing it through

-to production.

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-I love the whole process.

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-I really enjoy

-working in all sorts of genres too.

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-If I could make a living

-doing nothing but that...

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-..I'd be a very happy person.

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-You're a singer, an actor, a

-composer and a television presenter.

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-Let's take a look at Caryl's

-early days as a presenter...

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-..in a series called Ser,

-back in 1981.

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-The task features the search

-for the New Romantic music and style.

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-One style of music

-which is yet to reach Wales...

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-..is the New Romantic style.

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-People such as Spandau Ballet,

-Duran Duran and so on.

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-I went to London to find out more.

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-# You don't know just what I mean

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-# You should be a beauty queen

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-# Got to get you ready fast

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-# Who knows

-how long your looks will last?

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-# Look in the mirror

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-# Believe that it's true

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-# The face of an angel

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-# Is looking at you

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-# Looking at you

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-# Angel face

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-# Angel face

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-# You've got the cutest

-angel face... #

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-Did you enjoy yourself?

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-Did you enjoy yourself?

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-Yes, Arfon.

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-Will you come back next week?

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-Will you come back next week?

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-Yes, I'd love to.

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-I'm glad to hear it.

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-See you the same time,

-the same place next week.

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-Bye-bye!

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-Caryl - the pink pipe!

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-I was thin, wasn't I?

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-Yes, as thin as a rake.

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-I was young.

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-In a career which places emphasis

-on the way someone looks...

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-..ironically, you had an illness

-which affected your skin.

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-Yes, it's called Pemphigus.

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-How did you deal with that?

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-You had to

-take a course of steroids.

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-They altered the way you looked.

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-Yes. The steroids caused me

-more pain than the disease itself.

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-The disease itself can be painful...

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-..because it's a disease

-which causes the skin to blister.

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-It isn't something

-which can be cured.

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-I have it for life but it's possible

-to keep it under control.

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-I'm delighted to say I'm not

-taking medication at the moment.

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-I'm in remission and long may that

-continue to be the case.

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-To get to this point, I had to take

-a long course of strong steroids.

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-One of the side-effects of the

-steroids is dramatic weight gain.

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-I gained four stones.

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-Not only do steroids

-cause weight gain...

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-..they also change facial features.

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-My face was really round.

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-To be honest, it was

-quite a difficult period of my life.

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-Being a public figure

-made it doubly difficult.

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-It became intolerable.

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-I decided not to attend

-the 2005 National Eisteddfod...

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-..to avoid explaining to people

-why I looked like that.

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-I'm better now

-and it's all water under the bridge.

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-It happened to me

-and I learned from it.

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-It's strange

-what assumptions people make.

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-Many people thought I'd sat on my

-backside eating chips for months...

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-..to make myself look like that.

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-I still need to lose weight

-but my health is much better.

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-You're a positive, strong person.

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-You got through it

-and you can shut the door on it.

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-My supportive friends and family

-got me through it.

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-Let's change the mood completely

-and talk about Christmas.

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-You're obsessed with it, aren't you?

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-You're obsessed with it, aren't you?

-

-Yes, I love Christmas!

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-You can depend on Christmas,

-unlike the summer.

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-That's true enough.

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-That's true enough.

-

-Spring blows hot and cold too.

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-You can rely on Christmas.

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-On the first of December every year,

-and I'd do it sooner if I could...

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-..the tree goes up!

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-There's no such thing

-as too many fairy lights!

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-I filmed

-a lot of Christmas programmes...

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-..so I'd get a taste of Christmas in

-October when we recorded the shows.

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-I inherited it from my mother.

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-She's a Christmasophile too!

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-We have a hilarious Christmas clip

-to show to you.

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-Sit back, kick off your shoes...

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-..and enjoy the sultry singing

-of the sex god himself - Ricky Hoyw.

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-Merry Christmas, Wales!

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-# Rudolph the Red knows rain dear

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-# Had a very shiny nose

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-# And if you ever saw it

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-# You would even say it glows

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-# Rudolph the Red knows rain dear

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-# Had a very shiny nose

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-# And if you ever saw it

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-# You would even say it glows

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-# You would even say it glows #

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-Yeah!

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-Yes, indeed.

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-Rudolph the Red, like Ricky,

-appeals to everyone.

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-# You better watch out

-you better not cry

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-# You better not pout

-I'm telling you why

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-# Santa Claws is coming to town

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-# Santa Claws is coming to town #

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-Yeah!

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-You can't beat it!

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-Ricky Hoyw is one of the best

-creations to hit our screens.

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-It was part

-of an innovative period in comedy.

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-Yes, it was an innovative period

-and HTV was at the forefront of it.

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-Most of the comedy worked!

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-We'll take a break.

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-Join us after the break...

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-..when we take a look

-at Caryl's upbringing in Rhyl.

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-# Remember #

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-Welcome back to Cofio,

-with Caryl Parry Jones.

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-Caryl, we'll now

-focus on your upbringing.

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-You were raised just outside Rhyl.

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-Yes, in Ffynnongroyw...

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-..the village where the

-Point of Ayr colliery once operated.

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-It's between Holywell and Rhyl.

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-Let's go back to 1965.

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-Rhyl tried to boost the Welshness

-of the town and the area...

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-..by staging a week of Welsh events.

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-Who better to report

-on a controversy...

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-..than the legendary Gwilym Owen?

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-The thing which strikes me...

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-..is the totally un-Welsh atmosphere

-which exists here.

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-Those responsible for promoting Rhyl

-are worried about it.

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-This year, for the first time...

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-..a week of Welsh events

-has been planned.

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-Those special events

-will take place in the coming days.

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-The festival is called Welsh Week.

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-Some people think of Rhyl

-as a beer, bingo and chips town.

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-Is that why

-Welsh Week was organized?

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-Yes, to a great extent.

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-We realize people who visit Rhyl

-want bingo, beer and chips...

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-..but many local residents feel Rhyl

-has much more than that to offer.

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-I think

-this week will make a difference.

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-We're all looking to the future...

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-..in the hope this has sown a seed

-deep in the hearts of Welsh people.

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-As far as I can see...

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-..Welsh Week had very little impact

-on life in Rhyl.

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-It may be unfair to criticize

-local people for that...

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-..as their livelihoods depend

-on the visitors who flock here.

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-It seems

-their idea of a happy holiday...

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-..is plenty of bingo,

-beer and chips.

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-As a local girl...

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-..was what we saw in that clip

-a fair representation of Rhyl?

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-It's fair,

-in that Rhyl attracts tourists.

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-Or, at least it did in 1965.

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-It was a very happy town.

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-I keep telling people this...

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-..but there's more to Rhyl

-and north-east Wales...

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-..than meets the eye.

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-We're not

-a bunch of uncultured Scousers!

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-It's a hive of cultural activity.

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-Ysgol Glan Clwyd, the first

-Welsh medium secondary school...

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-..was established in Rhyl in 1956.

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-That contributed a great deal

-to the Welshness of the area.

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-There's no denying the fact

-it's more anglicized...

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-..than more western areas of Wales.

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-The people of Rhyl are remarkable...

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-..and the cultural life

-of the area...

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-..doesn't get

-the publicity it deserves.

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-The school certainly has

-a strong musical tradition.

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-You also got music at home.

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-Yes, Dad is a composer,

-a pianist and a choirmaster.

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-Mam is a singer.

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-She won at the

-National Eisteddfod five times.

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-Yes, she won

-the mezzo-soprano competitions.

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-There was music in our house

-constantly.

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-I was very fortunate.

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-You couldn't have avoided music,

-even if you wanted to!

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-No, but my brother succeeded!

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-You asked to see this next clip

-and we'll find out why in a minute.

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-This clip features a foal being born

-on Mil o Alwadau...

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-..a series about the working life

-of vet, Huw Geraint.

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-We could give her

-a little bit of help.

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-I'm sure that would benefit her.

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-It's alive anyway, Huw.

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-Yes, it's a palomino.

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-It has a nice head.

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-How will this one fare in the shows?

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-We'll leave them alone now.

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-Is it female or male?

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-Who wants to take a look?

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-I don't know.

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-It's certainly breathing.

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-Its hind quarters

-are still in the sac.

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-I wonder what its mother will do

-when she sees the foal.

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-It's only now she realizes

-she has a foal.

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-She had no idea what was happening.

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-The foal's quite alert.

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-Yes, but it needs to be left

-in peace to get up onto its feet.

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-Why did you choose that clip?

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-It reflects

-my love of all things medical.

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-Animal, human...

-well, animal and human!

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-I love medical programmes

-of all varieties.

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-I watch medical television shows...

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-..and I read medical reports

-on the Internet.

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-If I could live my life again,

-I'd love to go into medicine.

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-I'd have a good bedside manner.

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-I'd have a good bedside manner.

-

-You could sing too!

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-Yes, it hurts, Heledd,

-but we'll do our best for you.

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-I'd be good, wouldn't I?

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-If someone transplanted

-a scientific brain into my head...

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-..I could be on the wards!

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-Caryl, the Singing Doctor!

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-Mil o Alwadau was great.

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-Nature at its best.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-Let's focus on the period when

-I had a poster of you on my wall.

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-I had posters of you

-and Y Brodyr Gregory, by the way!

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-Yes, the Caryl a'r Band era saw you

-film some groundbreaking videos.

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-Here's a taste of those videos

-for the album Shampw.

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-# You whisper in my ear

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-# Want to lie down,

-have to sit I fear

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-# Ooh-ooh!

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-# Ooh-hoo! Shampoo

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-# Once my hair's dry you can bet

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-# These lips will soon get wet, yeah

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-# Ooh-ooh!

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-# Ooh-hoo!

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-# Shampoo

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-# Ooh-ooh!

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-# Shampoo

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-# Oh

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-# Your smile is beautiful

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-# Pina Colada tastes good

0:20:050:20:08

-# Come with me in my Sidecar

0:20:080:20:11

-# Laugh over a Grasshopper

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-# Full throttle

-in a Golden Cadillac

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-# Drunk on the taste

-of a Black Russian

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-# Between the Sheets with you

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-# Don't want to take any more

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-# Get out of my sight!

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-# I want so much more #

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-Don't tut-tut and laugh at that!

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-Don't tut-tut and laugh at that!

-

-What were those noises I made?!

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-Those videos were groundbreaking.

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-Those videos were groundbreaking.

-

-Yes, they were.

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-Endaf Emlyn was a gifted director...

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-..after working on Ser,

-a series I co-presented.

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-When he left the company,

-Shampw was his first project.

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-Shampw was a Bando album, not a

-Caryl a'r Band album, by the way.

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-We shot a programme about Shampw

-which included all those videos.

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-It was quite a new genre,

-at the time.

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-Yes, you were very innovative.

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-We saw your husband, Myfyr Isaac,

-in that clip.

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-You now live in the Cowbridge area

-and have raised five children.

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-Did you struggle to combine

-show business and family life?

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-It's my job.

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-There are countless mothers

-out there...

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-..who hold down a job

-and raise their family.

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-It's no different

-from what my own mother did.

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-She was a busy teacher

-and she sang a lot in the evenings.

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-If you choose to have a family,

-you find a balance.

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-Family comes first, of course.

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-My children

-are used to our lifestyle.

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-They couldn't live

-with an accountant!

0:21:530:21:56

-Had you

-planned on having a big family?

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-No, and I don't know

-how it happened!

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-I do know, of course!

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-I had Elan, then I couldn't stop!

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-I already had Gideon, my stepson.

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-Once I started giving birth,

-I was like that horse!

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-Elan and Miriam

-are following in your footsteps.

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-Elan is a dancer

-and Miriam is a singer.

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-Yes, and Moc is a guitarist,

-like his dad.

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-Greta likes a bit of everything

-but she's also a good singer.

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-My children

-won't do anything useful!

0:22:280:22:31

-I haven't raised

-doctors, architects or plumbers!

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-Who cares?

0:22:370:22:38

-It's in the genes!

0:22:380:22:40

-"Get a proper job!" as my gran said!

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-"Get a proper job!" as my gran said!

-

-There's no chance of that!

0:22:430:22:45

-Their parents

-have never had a proper job!

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-Thank you, Caryl.

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-It was interesting to watch

-history come alive in the clips.

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-I really enjoyed it.

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-Thank you, Heledd.

0:22:580:22:59

-Our trip down memory lane

-with Caryl Parry Jones is over.

0:23:000:23:04

-Join us next week, when we meet

-another famous Welsh face.

0:23:040:23:08

-Thank you. Bye-bye.

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-# Remember

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-# Remember #

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Cyfle i ailfyw rhai o glasuron teledu'r gorffennol yng nghwmni Caryl Parry Jones wrth iddi sgwrsio a Heledd Cynwal. Caryl Parry Jones takes a look back at some of her classic TV appearances.