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-In this programme...

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-..a singer and her colourful

-treasure trove of clothes.

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-A woman who hunts for bargains

-in the markets of London.

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-And a man who nestles

-in piles of clothes.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-Thank you

-and a very good evening to you.

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-It's always a pleasure.

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-APPLAUSE

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-People expect me to look the part.

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-Once I have my hair and make-up

-done...

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-..a different person emerges

-and goes on stage.

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-Margaret Williams, your very name

-evokes visions of glamour...

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-..and you haven't let me down!

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-You asked me to wear stage clothes.

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-This isn't daywear for me, Nia!

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-I like to wear informal clothes.

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-I'm happy

-in trousers and a black jacket.

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-I bought this

-to perform on Noson Lawen.

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-I also wore it to film Dechrau Canu

-Dechrau Canmol some 18 months ago.

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-I favour clothes that can be worn

-on several occasions.

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-From what period does this come?

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-It's a 1960s top.

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-I bought it in the mid-1960s

-for my very first summer season.

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-I was in Bournemouth

-with Cyril Fletcher...

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-..who went on to present

-That's Life! with Esther Rantzen.

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-There was a showbiz ball

-at the end of the summer season...

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-..and everyone who performed

-in the Bournemouth area was there.

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-Frankie Vaughan, Jimmy Tarbuck

-and the Beverley Sisters...

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-..were among the guests.

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-The plan was to wear it

-with a long, green skirt...

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-..but I changed my mind

-on the day of the ball.

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-I thought it looked like

-something my mother would wear!

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-I went out and bought

-a mini, black shift dress.

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-It was sleeveless

-and it had a polo neck.

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-It was totally plain

-and it looked nice.

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-The mini dress is long gone

-but I kept this top.

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-It was far more expensive

-than the dress!

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-I've never worn it.

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-I bought this in the 1970s.

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-There was a shop in a Cardiff arcade

-called Hobby.

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-The clothes were expensive so I only

-shopped there occasionally.

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-I bought this

-for an album cover shot.

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-I wore it

-with a silver lurex polo neck.

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-I wouldn't wear it

-with this suit today!

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-As you can see, it's tiny

-and it hasn't fitted me for years.

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-This is an Ossie Clark.

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-I was in a touring production

-of a musical called Rose Marie.

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-I played Rose Marie

-and we toured the whole of Britain.

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-I bought this just before

-we went to Leeds Grand Theatre.

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-In the 1980s,

-I compered at Llangollen Eisteddfod.

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-It wasn't televised.

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-I went straight from the Eisteddfod

-to London...

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-..then I flew to Norway

-to sing on board ship.

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-As I walked in to the hotel,

-who was standing there...

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-..but Hywel D Roberts and his wife.

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-He was taken aback when he saw

-this Bernshaw sequinned outfit!

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-He asked me

-if I was going to wear it on stage.

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-I was the compere of the concerts...

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-..but I'd only wear it

-if I was singing.

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-He said,

-"People can see you coming in that!"

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-Let's move on to the 1990s.

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-What do you have from that period?

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-What do you have from that period?

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-The black and red dress.

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-I wore it to sing My Hero

-from Chocolate Soldier...

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-..with Morriston Orpheus Choir.

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-I wore the green dress

-when I recorded a show in Llandudno.

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-I sang an Andrew Lloyd Webber song

-with Rhos Male Voice Choir.

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-The dresses remind me of the songs

-as well as the people!

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-They're lovely mementoes.

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-I recorded a concert celebrating

-my 40 years in show business.

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-It was staged at North Wales Theatre

-which is now called Venue Cymru.

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-I bought this Bellville Sassoon

-dress for that special event.

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-I have several

-Bellville Sassoon dresses.

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-A designer's cut is very special.

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-I can't wear some designers' clothes

-even if they come in my size...

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-..because the cut doesn't suit me.

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-Bellville Sassoon is perfect for me.

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-I wore this skirt

-to film several television series.

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-I teamed it with various jackets.

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-It's quite flirty.

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-I remember taking it on a cruise.

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-One night, I wasn't singing...

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-..but I'd gone into the hall

-to watch my colleagues perform.

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-I walked through the hall,

-down to the far end...

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-..and as I reached the stage,

-someone asked me for an autograph.

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-I was happy to oblige...

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-..but whilst I was signing,

-a woman tapped me on the shoulder.

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-As I was chatting

-to the autograph hunter...

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-..I grabbed

-the mystery woman's hand...

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-..to let her know I was

-about to give her my attention.

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-I turned around, to give

-the mystery lady an autograph...

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-..but she said, "Excuse me, Margaret

-your skirt's inside your knickers!"

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-I'd walked down the hall

-with my skirt tucked in my tights!

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-Oh, the embarrassment!

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-Oh, the embarrassment!

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-I nearly died!

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-I won't wear anything unless I feel

-at ease and happy in it.

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-My clothes may not be trendy

-and may not be everyone's taste...

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-..but all that matters to me

-is that I'm happy.

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-Going out on stage

-is no mean feat...

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-..let alone if you're uncomfortable.

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-I have a lot of clothes

-but I don't have any favourites.

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-My clothes are in two categories -

-I Look Fat and I Look Less Fat!

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-I really love one of my suits.

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-It's an Escada.

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-I bought it to present a BAFTA award

-a couple of years ago.

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-I also wore it when I appeared

-on the Leslie Wynne show.

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-I'm very fond of this suit.

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-Will you continue in future

-to buy sequins?

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-Yes, they're coming back

-into fashion.

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-I also hear shoulder pads

-are making a comeback.

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-I'm delighted about that!

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-I love to perform.

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-For as long as I keep performing,

-I'll keep buying the clothes.

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-I have

-a pair of red, check trousers.

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-I look like a clown in them

-but they give me a lot of pleasure!

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-I have fun when I wear them.

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-What is your individual style?

-What sort of clothes do you wear?

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-I struggle to define my style.

-It changes from day to day.

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-My wardrobe

-is a mishmash of clothes.

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-I wear a lot of denim

-and a lot of leather.

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-Jeans are essential.

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-I like the 1980s style.

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-I'm into things like shoulder pads

-and bright colours.

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-I like taking ideas from the catwalk

-and adding my own style to it.

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-I can't afford designer clothes...

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-..so I try to mimic them,

-using my own ideas.

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-Where do you shop?

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-I shop a lot in the Brick Lane area.

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-I live not far from here,

-in east London.

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-I worked in a pub up the road.

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-There are vintage shops here and

-Old Spitalfields Market is nearby.

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-They put flyers for the markets in

-the pub where I worked on Sundays.

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-I put the flyers in my bag

-and spent my wages on clothes.

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-You present Y Garej on S4C.

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-Does that give you a chance

-to experiment with different looks?

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-I was lucky, as Y Garej

-is a show about cars and gadgets.

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-That meant

-I didn't dress in a girlie way.

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-I'm not good at being girlie

-and I'm often called a tomboy.

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-I could wear jeans and a big pair of

-leather boots to present the show.

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-Are clothes a source of fun for you?

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-Are clothes a source of fun for you?

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-Yes, they can be.

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-I sometimes get carried away

-in shops.

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-I see garments

-which look great on the hanger...

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-..and I bring them home

-and think I've gone mad!

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-I put the mistakes in that wardrobe.

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-I put the mistakes in that wardrobe.

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-Let me see them!

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-I must guess

-which ones are the mistakes.

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-It'll be easy!

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-I feel really cheeky!

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-I feel really cheeky!

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-You're absolutely right.

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-Do you wear these?

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-I've worn this jumper.

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-You should be in a good mood

-to wear this.

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-If you don't smile when you're

-wearing this, you look a fool!

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-What about this Hawaiian shirt

-with the denim details?

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-It looks good in the wardrobe.

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-It made you smile!

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-You own some rather sedate jackets.

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-You own some rather sedate jackets.

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-Yes, they're quite smart!

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-Do you like tailored clothes?

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-Yes, because I tend

-to be a bit scruffy.

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-It's nice to dress up

-from time to time...

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-..and this is how I do it!

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-I wore this

-when I revised in the library.

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-I teamed it with these spectacles

-because they make me feel clever!

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-Do you like them?

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-I'd love to say

-they make you look clever...

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-..but they don't!

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-Nia, you're not a fan of spectacles!

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-They're prescription glasses

-and I bought them in Barcelona.

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-I can only wear them for ten minutes

-before I get a headache!

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-I bought this in Bangor. It cost 4!

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-From a charity shop?

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-Yes.

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-Do you like

-buying second-hand clothes?

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-Yes, I love to find a bargain

-and something unique too.

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-I bought this in Cardiff.

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-When I was filming Y Garej, I went

-to a certain shop once a week.

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-I always bought something.

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-I went in one week

-and he'd saved this for me.

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-He knew I'd like it.

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-Did you feel obliged to buy it?

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-Did you feel obliged to buy it?

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-No, because I did like it.

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-It would have been awkward

-had I hated it!

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-What about those extra touches -

-shoes, earrings and necklaces?

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-I always wear hoops in my ears.

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-Shoes are my major craze.

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-I don't spend a lot on clothes

-but I like expensive shoes.

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-I spend a lot of money on shoes

-from time to time.

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-You're looking at those shoes,

-so I take it they weren't cheap!

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-Mam won't be impressed

-when she sees this!

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-I'd just started college...

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-..and I went to Selfridges

-and bought a pair of Miu Miu shoes!

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-Did you pay for them

-with your student loan?

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-Yes, and that was naughty of me!

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-How much did you spend on them?

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-They cost 400.

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-It was my first student loan and I

-ate beans for the next three months!

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-I learned my lesson.

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-Do you have a favourite outfit?

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-Yes - this leather jacket,

-a pair of denim shorts...

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-..and this Muscle vest.

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-I wear them with tights

-and high heels.

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-Fantastic!

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-Fantastic!

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-It works every time.

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-It's a combination of your

-favourites - denim and leather.

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-You've teamed those

-with this 1980s throwback.

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-All that you love in one outfit!

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-All that you love in one outfit!

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-Yes - perfection!

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-I'm an avid collector

-of all sorts of things.

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-I collect records,

-posters and pictures.

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-Clothes are a part of that.

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-I enjoy going out

-and finding various items.

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-I'm like a magpie - if I see

-something I like, I take it home!

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-My bedroom is like a nest.

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-Hello! How's it going?

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-Hello! How's it going?

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-Hi!

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-Do you have anything by Ficar?

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-Do you have anything by Ficar?

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-No, I don't think so.

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-Check over there.

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-Does music

-influence the way you dress?

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-Yes, I think so.

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-I buy T-shirts when I go to gigs.

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-I have a collection of T-shirts

-sold by various bands.

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-I listen to 1960s and 1970s music.

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-I like that style of clothes.

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-I love cowboy shirts

-and big collars.

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-Music influences it all.

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-I don't like to wear styles which

-a lot of other people will wear.

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-I'm unlikely to wear

-a famous band's T-shirt.

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-I'll wear a useless band's T-shirt

-if it's nice!

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-How do you store your clothes?

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-Everything is vacuum-packed

-and stored in a filing cabinet.

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-It's all in alphabetical order.

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-It's all in alphabetical order.

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-You're lying, Huw Evans!

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-My room is actually

-like a magpie's nest.

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-If I see something I like,

-I bring it home.

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-It may be

-something I've found in a skip...

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-..but if I like the look of it,

-I find a place for it in my bedroom.

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-I go to charity shops.

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-The Mind shop in Rhyl is

-the best charity shop in the world!

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-I've found some great stuff in

-there but it's tricky these days.

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-Charity shops realize

-they sold items for 50p...

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-..which went on eBay for 30.

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-I think eBay has killed

-charity shops.

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-There are

-lots of birds in your life!

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-Yes, I like to see

-pictures of birds on clothes.

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-This is my puffin hat.

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-I really like owls.

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-I have a collection of various owls.

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-# You're feathered

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-# Just like me

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-# You're feathered

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-# Just like me #

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-As we're in the nest,

-let's start with the bird clothes.

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-This was my first bird garment.

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-It's a lovely cowboy shirt

-with pictures of parrots on it.

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-They look a bit like canaries!

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-I like it because it doesn't

-look like a shop-bought shirt.

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-I think someone bought this shirt

-then added the embroidery.

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-This owl T-shirt

-was a gift from my girlfriend.

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-As you can see, it's well-worn!

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-I wear things

-until they're unwearable!

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-I don't wear this now

-because it's permanently stained.

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-This looks like curry...

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-..but it's a stain

-left by a rusty clothes horse.

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-I bought this

-when I was on holiday in Thailand.

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-A woman sold T-shirts on the street.

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-I assumed she designed them herself.

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-I couldn't resist this one.

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-This is my favourite T-shirt.

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-Gareth Bonello saw this T-shirt

-when I was on a night out...

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-..and he could name every bird.

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-Can you remember them?

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-Derek, Tony, Gareth, Arwel, Robat,

-Watkin, Tomos, Eddie, John...

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-..and Huxley

-on the top of the T-shirt!

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-Tell me about these ugly jumpers!

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-I have a problem with people

-who think my jumpers are ugly!

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-I think they're lovely.

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-People see me wearing this

-and they think it's a joke.

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-They say, "Ha, ha, ha!

-Huw's wearing a Christmas jumper!"

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-I don't think

-this is a Christmas jumper.

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-It's just a nice jumper!

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-If I lived in Iceland,

-I'd be a cool dude if I wore this.

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-This is from Penboyr woollen mill,

-near my girlfriend's home.

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-I really like this jumper,

-even though it's a bit snug.

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-I found this jumper

-in Jacob's Market yesterday.

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-It's a lovely golfing jumper.

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-It's full of holes.

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-Something has eaten it!

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-This is quite a nice tank top.

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-I bought this in a second-hand shop.

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-Delme, a friend of mine,

-had a works' night out recently...

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-..and the theme was Bad Jumpers.

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-He told me

-he had a Bad Jumpers night...

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-..and he asked

-to borrow one of my jumpers!

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-I thought -

-hey, they're not bad jumpers!

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-You could have kitted out

-all his colleagues!

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-Huw?

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-Huw! Huw! Huw!

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-My girlfriend and I went travelling

-around Europe on a shoestring.

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-We had no money and we promised

-ourselves we wouldn't spend wildly.

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-Our journey ended in Berlin.

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-We found a higgledy-piggledy shop

-which had stuff everywhere.

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-I saw a rack of unworn suits which

-the shopkeeper found in a warehouse.

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-I'm wearing the top half

-of the suit now.

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-The bottoms

-are wonderful, flared trousers.

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-Straight out of the 1970s.

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-It's an amazing suit

-and it had never been worn.

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-I paid 100 for it which is silly!

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-I wanted to wear this suit

-to go out that night.

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-I was so excited to be wearing

-my suit, I lunged into the bed...

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-..and I tore the crotch!

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-I've only worn the suit once and

-that was when we were on holiday.

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-What I really got for 100

-was an expensive jacket!

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-Thank you

-for talking me through this mess!

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-What are you trying to say, Nia?

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-I want to come over

-and tidy your bedroom.

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-Tidy!

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-If you want to come and

-tidy my room, that would be tidy!

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-You're a nightmare!

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Trafod dillad yng nghwmni Margaret Williams, Hannah Daniel a Huw Evans. Singer Margaret Williams, actress Hannah Daniel & presenter Huw Evans show us their clothes. First shown, 2009.


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