Pennod 7 Cwpwrdd Dillad


Pennod 7

Cypyrddau dillad Non Evans y chwaraewraig rygbi o Bentyrch, a'r actor a'r DJ Gareth Potter o Gaerdydd. Delving into the wardrobes of rugby player Non Evans and actor and DJ Gare...


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-In this programme, we meet

-a musician, DJ, actor and author...

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-..who lives in Cardiff.

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-We'll also feature the red soles

-we see on red carpets.

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-First, we meet a woman

-in a man's world.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-Rugby - capped 78 times for Wales.

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-Judo - Commonwealth Games

-silver medal.

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-Weightlifting - Commonwealth Games.

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-Powerlifting - world champion.

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-Gladiators - finalist.

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-A woman.

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-I know very little about rugby!

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-Do you receive a real cap every time

-you play for your country?

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-No, I don't have 78 real caps!

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-You receive a real cap

-for your first cap...

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-..but, unlike male rugby players,

-women pay 19.95 for their caps!

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-Do the men get them free of charge?

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-Do the men get them free of charge?

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-Yes, they get them free.

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-I have my first cap

-and my fiftieth cap...

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-..which was presented to me

-by Gareth Edwards.

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-Has the style of the shirts changed

-over the years?

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-Yes, it's changed completely.

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-When I won my first cap, in 1996,

-the shirts were looser and thicker.

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-They were men's shirts.

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-I trimmed the bottom

-and the sleeves to make it fit.

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-This is the shirt we wore this year.

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-I wore this shirt when we beat

-England to secure the Triple Crown.

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-Around 60% of tackles were made by

-gripping the fabric of old shirts.

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-It's difficult to grab these

-new shirts because they're so tight.

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-The only disadvantage

-of this shirt...

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-..is it's unflattering

-if you're flabby!

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-You don't have to worry about that!

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-I took up judo

-when I was 12 years old.

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-I joined Pontarddulais Judo Club.

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-I took up weightlifting

-when I was 18.

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-I competed in both sports

-in the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

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-I was the first person

-to compete in two sports...

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-..in the same Commonwealth Games.

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-You were

-a Gladiators contestant too.

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-Yes, in 1997 when everyone

-watched Gladiators on ITV.

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-Around 18 million people

-watched it...

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-..and there I was,

-running around semi-nude!

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-Your first wardrobe

-is by the front door.

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-I had it custom built

-to store my shoes.

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-They're all stored neatly in here.

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-Look at the variety!

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-Muddy rugby boots and wedges

-side by side!

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-You have countless pairs of wedges.

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-I don't like wearing stilettos.

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-I feel more comfortable in wedges.

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-Even the flip-flops I'm wearing now

-are wedges.

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-My favourite shoes of all

-are my Spice Girls boots.

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-Here they are!

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-I've had these for years.

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-I've had these for years.

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-They're amazing!

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-I wear flared trousers

-and their bottoms cover the boots.

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-That means they make me very tall!

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-I don't feel like I'm wearing heels

-when these are on my feet.

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-They feel flat when I walk in them.

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-These are my old faithfuls.

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-One glance inside your shoe cupboard

-shows off both sides of you.

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-Yes, clearly.

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-You see the girly Non

-who wears wedges to go to work...

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-..and the rugby-playing Non

-who's very sporty.

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-This is the other side of you.

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-I wrongly assumed you were

-a professional sportswoman.

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-What do you do for a living?

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-I'm a medical rep

-for a pharmaceutical company.

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-A lot of medical reps

-wear boring clothes.

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-Items such as pinstripe suits

-and white shirts.

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-I dress smartly

-but I like to be a bit different.

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-This is one of my favourite jackets.

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-As you can see,

-it's quite colourful.

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-I'll wear a shirt or a vest

-under this jacket...

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-..with white,

-black or grey trousers.

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-I wear low, flared trousers.

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-I like to wear wedges on my feet,

-as you know...

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-..and baggy trousers.

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-I've heard that there are no skirts

-or dresses in your wardrobe.

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-That's true.

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-I wear trousers and shirts.

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-There are no dresses in my wardrobe.

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-I'm baffled by that.

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-You're athletic

-and you have a fantastic body.

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-If I were you, I'd wear short skirts

-to show off my solid legs.

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-Though my legs are solid,

-they're also quite chunky.

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-I don't like showing off my legs

-in a skirt.

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-I feel big

-when I wear tight clothes.

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-I feel smaller

-when I wear baggy clothes.

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-It may sound strange but that's

-what makes me feel comfortable.

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-We're such complicated creatures!

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-We're such complicated creatures!

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-Yes, that's true.

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-# Cherie! #

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-Hiya! How are you?

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-Hiya! How are you?

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-I'm fine, thank you.

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-I recognized you from your shoes.

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-Every woman

-covets Christian Louboutin shoes.

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-Only the rich and famous

-get to wear them.

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-Famous for their red soles, these

-shoes are often seen on red carpets.

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-Elen Davies

-owns four pairs of Louboutins.

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-A friend of mine

-is getting married next month...

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-..and I needed a new pair

-for the wedding.

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-There's something really special

-about the box and the bag.

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-Do you keep the bag too?

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-Do you keep the bag too?

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-Yes, I keep everything.

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-I walked into the shop and I had

-to walk out of there with two pairs!

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-I couldn't decide

-which ones I wanted.

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-The same shoe

-in two different colours!

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-Yes, and I'm not sure I'll keep

-both pairs but it's tempting!

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-Was your heart thumping when

-you put your card in the machine?

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-Yes, and I was sweating

-and I had palpitations!

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-I had no choice!

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-Buying Louboutins

-is an experience in itself.

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-It's not like visiting a shoe shop.

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-It's not like visiting a shoe shop.

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-No, absolutely not.

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-You sit on a sofa and they bring you

-champagne or coffee.

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-You see celebrities come and go.

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-It's an amazing experience.

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-There's something

-about the colour red.

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-Louboutin himself says red is

-a symbol of passion, love and power.

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-I agree.

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-When a woman puts on a pair of heels

-she feels special and more feminine.

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-When I put on a pair of these,

-I feel very empowered.

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-My shoulders go back

-and my head goes up.

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-It appeals to me.

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-Louboutins

-make me feel quite special.

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-I buy them for me and nobody else.

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-Describe your relationship

-with your Christian Louboutins.

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-I love them.

-There's no other word for it.

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-I store them in their boxes

-with the dust bags on them.

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-I take them out of the wardrobe

-and look at them and smile.

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-They bring back fond memories.

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-Lisa Jen Brown wore Louboutins

-on her wedding day.

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-When I planned my outfit,

-I wanted to wear Jimmy Choo shoes.

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-If there was ever to be an occasion

-when I'd buy expensive shoes...

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-..it would be my wedding day!

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-I went to Harvey Nichols

-to look for Jimmy Choos...

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-..but I didn't like any of them.

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-They were too strappy

-and too dainty for me.

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-I have a country girl's feet

-and Jimmy Choo shoes aren't for me!

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-That's why

-I turned to the Louboutins.

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-I tried on a pair

-and I thought, "Wow!"

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-I asked the shop assistant

-and she told me...

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-..there wasn't a pair of these

-available in the whole of Europe!

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-A friend of mine is the head of PR

-at Agent Provocateur...

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-..and she knows the head of PR

-at Christian Louboutin.

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-She managed to get these for me

-off the catwalk.

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-A model somewhere

-wore these before me.

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-It also meant I bought them for 200

-rather than 400 or 500.

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-How did you feel when you wore these

-on your wedding morning?

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-I felt a million dollars.

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-These shoes

-made me feel like a woman.

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-The heels are really high

-but they make your legs look so long.

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-I wore these on my wedding day.

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-You couldn't really see them

-because my dress was long.

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-Nobody really saw them...

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-..but I knew I was wearing them.

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-It was really special.

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-I wore them

-from 11 o'clock in the morning...

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-..until 2 o'clock the next morning.

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-I couldn't walk for a month!

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-# Vouz parlez Francais? #

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-Why are Louboutin shoes so iconic?

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-The red soles are very distinctive.

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-There's nothing similar out there.

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-When someone wears Louboutins

-and you see a flash of red...

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-..you get excited and gasp,

-thinking to yourself, "Louboutin!"

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-These shoes have

-a remarkable effect on legs.

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-As a woman,

-you feel special when wearing them.

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-The heel is so high

-and they're so beautiful.

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-You feel more beautiful

-when you wear these shoes.

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-What does the future hold

-for your Louboutins?

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-I'm told you can send them off

-to have the soles repainted red.

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-I don't think

-that's something I'd do.

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-There's history

-wrapped up in these shoes.

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-My wedding day

-was one of the best days of my life.

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-I think I'll leave them as they are.

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-I don't think of myself

-as a member of some sort of tribe...

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-..but I like the concept

-of youth tribes.

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-It's fascinating.

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-You can use clothes

-to challenge society.

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-Clothes can be used to break

-stereotypes or fit in with them.

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-My father influenced my attitude.

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-He could read people's clothes.

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-Dad was horrified when he watched

-Top Of The Pops in the 1970s.

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-He'd see The Sweet or David Bowie

-wearing glam rock clothes...

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-..and he'd be totally horrified.

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-I thought, "Hmm! Note to self!"

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-For my next trick!

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-The Sex Pistols came to Caerphilly.

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-Punk was like glam rock gone wild!

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-It challenged - full on!

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-It took clothes

-onto new, dangerous territory.

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-I've never thought of myself

-as a punk, a Ted, a rockabilly...

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-..a mod, a skinhead or a raver.

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-I've definitely

-flirted with all of those looks...

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-..and I adopted

-elements of every one of them.

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-"Consider a time more contemporary

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-"When learning,

-technique, art and science

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-"Were up for open discussion"

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-# Some day, some day... #

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-When I was growing up

-in the Valleys...

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-..I felt like an outsider in a sense.

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-I went to a Welsh-medium school

-in another valley.

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-I'd leave the Aber Valley

-and the Rhymney Valley...

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-..valleys of my home town...

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-..to go to Ysgol Rhydfelen

-in Pontypridd.

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-I felt like an outsider

-but I was proud of it.

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-I was happy to stand out.

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-# Some day, some day

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-# I shall roam free... #

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-You have a few classics

-in your wardrobe.

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-This duffel coat is a real classic.

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-I've worn this every winter

-for ten years.

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-This is an Aquascutum coat.

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-Duffels remind us

-of the 1950s and the 1960s.

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-Football fans

-really liked the Aquascutum label.

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-Burberry started to become passe.

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-Aquascutum was the popular brand,

-especially in Cardiff.

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-I really love Baracuta jackets.

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-I really love Baracuta jackets.

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-It's really thick.

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-They were first manufactured

-in the 1930s.

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-The mods and the rockabillies

-started to wear them in the 1950s.

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-There was something

-really cool about them.

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-# Bourgeois rock

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-# Bourgeois rock #

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-They were named Harringtons...

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-..after a film character

-who wore them.

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-They're golf jackets, really.

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-They're golf jackets, really.

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-Golf isn't so cool!

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-They became cool

-when the mods adopted them.

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-Yes, when mods, rockabillies

-and youngsters started wearing them.

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-It's a well-known brand.

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-Is that a suit I see in the corner?

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-Yes, and it's very special.

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-I bought it 20 years ago

-from Duffer of St George, London.

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-It's an Edwardian drape suit.

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-This is the style

-worn by Teddy boys...

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-..in the early 1950s.

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-I like the idea

-of young, working-class men...

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-..spending a lot of money

-on gentry clothes.

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-Clothes which they shouldn't wear.

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-You can wear it to go riding

-if you're an aristocrat...

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-..or you can wear it

-like a Teddy boy.

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-That means you wear it to

-head to town on a Saturday night...

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-..and threaten other young men!

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-You, of course, do neither of those!

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-No, I've never been in a fight.

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-Like many boys,

-I think Teddy boys are really hard!

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-Football hooligans

-are always well dressed.

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-It's awful, isn't it?

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-Mods went to Brighton

-to have a fight.

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-Skinheads have a bad reputation

-but they wear great clothes!

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-Let's talk about shoes.

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-These are fantastic.

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-These are fantastic.

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-Yes, they're great. I love them.

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-I saw these in a second-hand shop

-in London and I had to try them.

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-They're really cool.

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-They fitted - brilliant!

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-It's a high heel, by my standards.

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-It's only a one-inch heel...

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-..but an extra inch of height

-is fantastic when you're my size!

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-Brilliant!

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-What else do we have?

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-These are worn out but they're

-my favourite pair of pumps ever.

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-Are they Converse shoes?

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-Are they Converse shoes?

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-No, they're PRO-Keds.

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-PRO-Keds are difficult

-to get hold of...

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-..but those who are into PRO-Keds

-really love them.

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-PRO-Keds?

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-Yes, it's an American brand.

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-They're similar

-to Converse basketball shoes.

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-Break-dancers wore them in the 1970s.

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-Punks wore them in America.

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-The Ramones

-would wear basketball shoes.

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-I was the DJ at a recent

-break-dancing competition...

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-..and I was delighted to see someone

-wearing a pair of PRO-Keds.

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-I wanted to go up to him and say,

-"PRO-Keds? Well done!"

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-He was spinning on his head

-at the time, so I didn't bother him!

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-Brogues.

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-I love brogues!

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-I've worn brogues every day

-for the past five years.

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-You're wearing brogues now.

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-You're wearing brogues now.

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-Yes, this is a newer pair.

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-You can make them last

-by having them soled and heeled.

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-I get the feeling

-you're a gentleman.

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-You like classic clothes.

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-Items such as this jacket.

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-Yes, that's certainly true.

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-The original skinheads wore brogues.

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-The Casuals wear brogues.

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-The hip hop tradition in America

-falls into this category.

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-Young, black men would wear

-clothes they shouldn't wear.

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-They took garments which posh people

-wore and adopted them as their own.

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-It's all about re-appropriation.

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-Hip hop music

-is all about stealing ideas...

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-..and creating new ideas from it.

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-We live in an age when we buy things

-then we throw them away in no time.

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-You clearly respect

-high quality, well-made clothes.

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-You respect classic garments.

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-You respect classic garments.

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-Yes, very much so.

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-My father was a tailor

-in a village in the Valleys.

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-"David Potter,

-Your Local High Class Tailor"...

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-..was printed on the carrier bags

-I used to carry books to school.

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-People laughed at me, in a nice way.

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-Everyone liked Dad.

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-Dad always told me

-to buy high quality clothes.

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-Spend money on well-crafted garments

-and you'll enjoy them more.

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-They'll also last longer.

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-I would sometimes buy suits from

-Chelsea Antiques Market in London...

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-..and Dad said, "Ooh, a lovely,

-American cut on this. Beautiful!"

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-I bought this suit 20 years ago

-and he loved it.

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-"Very interesting!

-Not one I would buy but wow!"

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-He appreciated good craftsmanship.

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-I think along the same lines

-as my father.

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-I like good craftsmanship.

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-# I'm A Man #

-Spencer Davis

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-How does that

-tie in with your image as a DJ?

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-I'm much older

-than most of the people...

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-..who come and dance

-to the records I play!

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-There comes a time...

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-..when you no longer

-want to look like a skateboarder.

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-I'm going to tone it down.

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-I want to think hard

-about what I feel is really good.

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-The records I play are old songs.

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-I play a lot of soul

-and rhythm and blues.

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-They're old classics

-and they still work today.

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-There's certainly a parallel there

-with clothes.

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-# I'm a man, yes I am

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-# And I can't help but love you so

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-# I'm a man, yes I am #

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Cypyrddau dillad Non Evans y chwaraewraig rygbi o Bentyrch, a'r actor a'r DJ Gareth Potter o Gaerdydd. Delving into the wardrobes of rugby player Non Evans and actor and DJ Gareth Potter.


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