Pennod 12 Cwpwrdd Dillad


Pennod 12

Mewn rhaglen o 2005, fe fydd Nia Parry yn twrio trwy gypyrddau Prys Jones, Lea Jones ac Angharad Mair. Nia Parry rummages through the wardrobes of Prys Jones, Lea Jones and Angh...


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-Tonight, I'll rummage through

-Angharad Mair's wardrobes...

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-..and I'll take a peek inside

-Leah Jones's special chest.

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-But, first...

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-..the comfortable clothes

-worn by Prys Jones.

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-Welcome to CWPWRDD DILLAD.

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-A collection of bright jumpers.

-Who'll give me 100? Thank you.

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-100. 120. Spend your

-husband's money, Missus, come on!

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-160.

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-180.

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-200? 200. Thank you.

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-Are we all done?

-They're yours, at 200. Thank you.

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-Prys Jones, the auctioneer, is a man

-who loves leisure activities.

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-His wardrobe reflects his hobbies.

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-You're well-known

-for wearing bright jumpers.

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-Yes, that's true.

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-Deep down, I'm a very shy person

-but my jumpers give me confidence.

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-You wear bright, unique jumpers...

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-..so does that mean you now

-enjoy standing out from the crowd?

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-Yes. That's the kind of man I am.

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-When I enter a room,

-I want to dominate that room.

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-It's important to me.

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-Do the clothes you wear

-change your attitude?

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-Yes.

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-The people who know me look at me

-when I enter a room and say...

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-.."He's at it again!"

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-Perhaps it's become a challenge

-for me to make waves.

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-The place where I buy my clothes

-is a closely-guarded secret.

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-I don't want anyone else to buy them

-and upstage me!

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-I have great fun with my clothes.

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-What can you tell me

-about this jumper?

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-I think this is the jumper

-in which I feel most comfortable.

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-You look at it and you could

-almost think it's full of holes.

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-I sit here and think about the hours

-it took to create this jumper.

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-I can create nothing,

-except with my mouth.

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-I admire people who can

-create things with their hands.

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-The craftsmanship of this jumper

-is amazing.

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-I love it.

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-They're classy.

-Something about them stands out.

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-That's how I feel when I wear them.

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-You're wearing your Saturday,

-relaxation outfit...

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-..with the cravat around your neck.

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-Tell me about this jumper.

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-This isn't a bright jumper...

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-..but it's the first

-colourful jumper I ever bought.

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-I bought this in Harrogate

-and paid more than 100 for it.

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-Have jumpers become more expensive

-since then?

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-Yes... unfortunately!

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-The sizes have gone up, too,

-even more unfortunately!

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-Bigger jumpers are more expensive.

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-Bigger jumpers are more expensive.

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-More materials!

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-The jumpers at the foot of the bed

-are golf jumpers, aren't they?

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-Golf is your passion.

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-Golf is your passion.

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-Yes, although I play less golf

-these days.

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-I used to be a serious golf player.

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-The great thing about many of those

-is they're sleeveless body warmers.

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-They're comfortable,

-and I think they look respectable.

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-I always strive to buy

-high quality clothes.

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-Casual smart is your look, isn't it?

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-Yes. I'm comfortable with

-the casual smart look.

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-I'm comfortable to dress as I do.

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-I think casual smart sums it up.

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-A relaxed look.

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-Prys's clothes

-fill all these wardrobes.

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-Coats, jumpers, more jumpers,

-trousers and, of course...

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-..shirts.

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-Lots and lots of shirts.

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-Where there are shirts,

-there are usually ties.

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-Golf club. Golf club.

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-He's a past captain.

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-These caps are mementoes

-of his travels around the world.

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-The Bahamas and the Caribbean.

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-He played golf in Antigua.

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-What about these hats?

-Golf, golf, golf, golf.

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-A trotting hat, too!

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-We're going to play a round of golf?

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-We're going to play a round of golf?

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-Yes.

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-Where are your clubs?

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-Where are your clubs?

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-In my locker at the golf club.

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-They wouldn't fit in here, anyway.

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-That's true.

-This car has a tiny boot.

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-I carry three or four sweaters

-in the car.

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-I carry a wardrobe in the car!

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-It covers all time of the day

-and all weather conditions.

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-More clothes!

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-Will you wear something from here?

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-Yes, I'll wear this one.

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-Yes, I'll wear this one.

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-And these shoes?

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-Yes, I'll wear this one.

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-And these shoes?

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-Yes, indeed.

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-It's strange seeing people on the

-golf course all dressed similarly.

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-It's almost like a school uniform.

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-It's almost like a school uniform.

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-Yes, but standards must be upheld.

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-It's very important.

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-You start with the shoes.

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-You must have the right shoes,

-socks, trousers and sweaters.

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-You see some of the ladies -

-and it's like a fashion parade.

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-It's a great excuse

-to buy more clothes.

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-Yes, and it shows in my wardrobes!

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-I have big wardrobes

-full of golf sweaters.

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-What do you think the clothes

-in your wardrobe say about you?

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-They're full and they're colourful.

-They echo my life.

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-Your life story is in that wardrobe?

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-Your life story is in that wardrobe?

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-Yes, and more to come, I hope.

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-More wardrobes and more jumpers.

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-Leah Jones loves the 1960s.

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-The contents of her wardrobe

-is dominated by that period.

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-It's clear you adore the 1960s.

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-What do you find

-so appealing about it?

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-It started with the clothes.

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-I then did

-an art project at school...

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-..and I became more aware of the

-furniture and art work of the 1960s.

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-I really love the feel

-and the vibe of the whole period.

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-You found a chest full of your

-mother's clothes from the 1960s.

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-Yes, and it was great to find

-so many lovely items of clothing.

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-They were

-a part of my mother's history...

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-..and now,

-they're a part of my future.

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-You found all these in the chest?

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-You found all these in the chest?

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-Yes, that's right.

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-My mother made all these clothes,

-in the 1960s.

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-She couldn't afford to buy clothes,

-so she made them herself.

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-When we think of the 1960s,

-we think of the mini dress.

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-Goodness me, it's tiny!

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-Goodness me, it's tiny!

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-Yes, and the waist is tiny, too.

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-I don't know

-where she wore this suit...

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-..but I know this bag went with it.

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-The other items in her collection

-are day-to-day clothes.

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-This is smarter.

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-Do you wear these?

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-No, they're a smidge too small

-for me!

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-This is quite girly.

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-Yes, it's like

-a little girl's dress.

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-Your mother made these clothes, but

-she bought the clothes over there.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-My mother wore this suit

-to a wedding years ago.

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-I've a photo of her

-holding my sister's hand.

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-She was holding that camera, too.

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-Ponchos were back in fashion

-very recently.

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-Yes. She bought that at the

-Anna Davies shop in Betws-y-Coed.

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-I've a photo of Mam wearing it

-and holding me in her arms.

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-It has sentimental value for me,

-but I do wear it, in winter.

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-This is a Marks and Spencer dress.

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-They were called St Michael

-back then.

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-Mam had tartan shoes and a bag

-to match this dress.

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-It doesn't fit me

-but I'm really fond of it.

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-It's a real shame, but that's life.

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-Did you stand out from the crowd,

-at school?

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-Yes. Everyone knew

-I wore unusual clothes...

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-..and had an unusual hairstyle.

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-That's been true since I was young.

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-I spent time in charity shops

-picking out unusual clothes.

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-It's part of my personality.

-I can't explain it.

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-There's a lot of stuff on the bed.

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-There's a lot of stuff on the bed.

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-Yes, indeed.

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-Where shall we start?

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-Where shall we start?

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-With the bags?

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-Where shall we start?

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-With the bags?

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-OK.

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-These are my mother's bags.

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-The bamboo bag, the green bag

-and the brown bag.

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-Look at the old-fashioned clasp.

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-Yes. There's another one here.

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-This was Mam's make-up bag.

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-This was Mam's make-up bag.

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-Oh, great!

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-This was Mam's make-up bag.

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-Oh, great!

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-Isn't it lovely?

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-They don't make things like that,

-any more.

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-That really is great.

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-These are the bags

-I bought in charity shops.

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-This is one of my favourites.

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-It's silver on one side...

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-..but it's fully reversible.

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-I love those white beads.

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-Are any of these clothes your own?

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-Yes. These -

-they have a 1960s feel to them.

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-I bought this

-in a small shop in Denbigh.

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-The target pattern

-has strong 1960s overtones.

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-You see it

-in Andy Warhol works of art.

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-Art is important to you, isn't it?

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-Art is important to you, isn't it?

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-Yes, I love art.

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-I've noticed lots of 1960s pictures

-around the house.

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-Yes, they're everywhere!

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-This jumper?

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-This jumper?

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-I bought it in a second-hand shop.

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-I loved the colours -

-purple and yellow.

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-I have a matching item here.

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-I once went on an ugly pub crawl.

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-I once went on an ugly pub crawl.

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-An ugly clothes pub crawl?

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-I once went on an ugly pub crawl.

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-An ugly clothes pub crawl?

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-Yes, you had to wear something ugly.

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-One girl was wearing this,

-and I said, "I've got to have it!"

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-It matched my jumper, you see.

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-She wore this

-because she thought it was ugly.

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-But you had it in your wardrobe!

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-She couldn't believe I'd have

-something like this in my wardrobe.

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-I grabbed this

-and now, I have a set.

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-Will you add to your collection?

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-Will you add to your collection?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-I'll keep going to charity shops and

-pick up items which catch my eye.

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-Will you still wear bright colours

-when you're in your 70s?

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-Will you wear PVC in your old age?

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-I may tone it down but

-I'll still wear different clothes.

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-I don't want to follow the crowd

-and I hope that doesn't happen.

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-Some people keep a diary

-but I have my clothes.

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-I look at clothes and remember where

-I wore them or for what programme.

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-Memories come flooding back.

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-That's partly

-why I kept all these clothes.

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-She's been a television presenter

-for 23 years...

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-..and Angharad Mair's wardrobe

-is full of memories.

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-You have more than one wardrobe.

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-Yes, I have a wardrobe in my room,

-a wardrobe in my daughters' room...

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-..and another wardrobe

-in the spare room.

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-There are clothes under the bed in

-the fourth bedroom and in the attic.

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-How has your style changed

-over the years?

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-I don't have a real style.

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-I'm not one of those lucky people

-who has a unique style.

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-My style is directly related to

-the work I'm doing at the time.

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-Why did you keep everything?

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-I made the mistake of thinking

-they'd come back into fashion.

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-That's rarely true.

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-I'm really fond of my clothes,

-and that's another reason.

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-I find it really hard to give

-clothes to charity, as I should.

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-I feel I'd lose a part of myself

-if I got rid of them.

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-This is one of your wardrobes,

-Angharad.

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-This is the spare room wardrobe,

-where I keep my newsreader jackets.

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-They're all a similar shape.

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-They're all a similar shape.

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-But they're different colours.

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-Yes, that's true. They're colourful.

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-They're very much

-jackets of their time.

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-These two jackets are Mondi.

-I wore a lot of Mondi.

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-The buttons

-give the jackets a military look.

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-Was there a Mondi shop?

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-Did you go to London to buy them?

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-No, Howells in Cardiff sold Mondi

-and so did a shop on Wellfield Road.

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-I bought this jacket...

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-..to present the BBC carol service

-at St David's Hall.

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-Again, it's a military-style jacket.

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-This style is fashionable

-at the moment.

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-The double breast and the collar

-are very much the in-thing.

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-Some of these jackets

-are very expensive.

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-I paid for them myself.

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-There was no such thing

-as a BBC clothes allowance.

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-I look at them now

-and I think, "Wow!"

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-The colour attracted me to a jacket.

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-I bought some of the jackets

-in sales.

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-This is an Escada jacket.

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-I bought it in the sale.

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-I couldn't afford the full price.

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-If I wear this now,

-it feels completely wonderful...

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-..because it's an expensive jacket.

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-The biggest change which has

-happened to jackets is the cut.

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-Everything was so big.

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-Everything was so big.

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-Your size hasn't changed at all?

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-No. This is really long and loose.

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-Jackets nowadays are tight,

-like your jacket.

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-I find it hard to believe

-I wore these jackets.

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-You're a famous name

-and a famous face.

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-Do you feel under pressure

-to look good...

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-..even if you're

-just going shopping?

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-No, not at all.

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-I don't feel under pressure

-to look a certain way.

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-I wear very little make-up

-outside of the studio.

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-A woman once came up to me

-in Tesco's and said...

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-.."Angharad Mair! You look rough."

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-I felt awful at that moment

-but I've never felt any pressure.

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-I was an athlete for years

-and I wore tracksuits all the time.

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-I lived in a different world

-where clothes were irrelevant.

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-Do these usually live in the attic,

-Angharad?

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-Yes, and yet, these are

-some of my favourite clothes.

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-This is massive!

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-These are proper shoulder pads!

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-I wore clothes like this to present

-the National Eisteddfod...

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-..and the Llangollen Eisteddfod.

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-I bought this in Rigout, Llandeilo.

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-This is the dress.

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-Massive!

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-You wore a tablecloth

-with the dress!

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-Or a bib!

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-Yes, that's right - a bib.

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-There's a Jasper Conran here,

-somewhere.

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-This is a perfect example

-of the way clothes have changed.

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-This is a size 8 dress

-but it looks like a size 16.

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-I'm still a size 8 but people would

-be shocked to see me wear this.

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-They used so much material,

-even in a summer dress.

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-This is really, really crazy.

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-This wasn't an expensive jacket.

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-I bought it the first time I had to

-read the news on Christmas Day.

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-I decided to wow

-the people at home...

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-..since I had to appear

-on television on Christmas Day.

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-I bought it and I wore this jacket

-to read the news on Christmas Day...

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-..sometime in the 1980s.

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-Welcome back.

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-Let's discuss car insurance.

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-Twm Morus and his harp.

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-Appearing in Theatr Taliesin

-tonight.

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-First, tonight...

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-When you're in that seat,

-you control Radio Cymru, don't you?

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-From what period

-are the clothes in here?

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-I keep clothes from the early years

-of HENO in this chest of drawers.

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-I changed my image completely,

-from my news-reading days.

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-People had to see

-a marked difference.

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-I used to buy

-massive, baggy jumpers.

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-There were shoulder pads in them.

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-There were shoulder pads in them.

-

-They were even bigger!

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-They're expensive makes.

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-They're expensive makes.

-

-Yes.

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-Most of these are Mondi.

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-I bought them

-at David Evans, Swansea.

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-The shoulder pads are in this.

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-This was the HENO style.

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-What about designers and shops?

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-Do you buy designer clothes

-or do you go for cheaper options?

0:20:410:20:45

-There is one shop

-which I couldn't live without...

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-..and that's Karen Millen.

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-I first found

-a Karen Millen shop in London...

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-..and realised they sold all

-the clothes I needed for TV work.

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-They're clothes which suit me

-and which fit me like a glove.

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-Another jam-packed wardrobe.

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-I bet this is the same.

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-I bet this is the same.

-

-This is my work clothes' wardrobe.

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-I bet this is the same.

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-I stand here and decide what

-I'll wear for tonight's programme.

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-Lots of Karen Millen.

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-Yes, there are several

-Karen Millen dresses in there.

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-This dress and that top

-are Karen Millen, too.

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-You should get commission!

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-You should get commission!

-

-I'd love it.

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-I've spotted a Chanel label.

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-I've spotted a Chanel label.

-

-Yes, this is very special.

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-My husband gave this to me

-as a 40th birthday present.

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-I think everyone should have

-a special treat when they're 40.

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-I didn't want a big party.

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-We went to Paris for the weekend

-and this was my birthday present.

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-I'll always treasure this outfit.

0:21:480:21:50

-Do you like clothes

-which make you feel feminine?

0:21:530:21:56

-Yes, I suppose I must do.

-My dresses are frilly and colourful.

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-I have some expensive items, such as

-this Christian Lacroix dress...

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-..and this Prada blouse.

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-I only buy them

-when they're in a sale.

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-This was 450 full price

-and I bought it for 60-something.

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-It looks lovely on screen

-and the fabric is gorgeous.

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-You like a bargain, then?

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-You like a bargain, then?

-

-I'm obliged to like a bargain!

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-Tucked away, among

-the flouncy dresses is a dark suit.

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-Rules are made to be broken.

0:22:350:22:37

-This is proof positive that clothes

-do come back into fashion.

0:22:380:22:42

-I bought this to wear to a wedding

-when I was 21 years old.

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-I now wear this suit when I

-attend business meetings in London.

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-It still fits me perfectly

-and it still looks good.

0:22:520:22:57

-Would you say

-there's an emotional link...

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-..between you and your clothes?

0:23:020:23:04

-Yes, there's an emotional link

-between me and my clothes.

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-Maybe that's why I keep everything.

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-I remember where I bought things,

-when I wore them...

0:23:130:23:16

-..and how I felt when I wore them.

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-My life story is there,

-in my clothes.

0:23:190:23:22

-I have two daughters and my clothes

-have become more important to me.

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-I feel I can pass on a piece of me

-and of my life to them...

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-..through these clothes.

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-I hope, one day,

-they'll enjoy wearing them, too.

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Mewn rhaglen o 2005, fe fydd Nia Parry yn twrio trwy gypyrddau Prys Jones, Lea Jones ac Angharad Mair. Nia Parry rummages through the wardrobes of Prys Jones, Lea Jones and Angharad Mair.