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-The big companies are looking

-for real people...

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-..to represent their profession.

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-Model, Dylan Garner's aim

-is to find a mechanic...

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-..to leave the garage

-and step on to the catwalk.

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-The winner will be on the cover of

-Aston Martin magazine, Vantage...

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-..their photo on show at the

-JD Classics Mayfair showroom...

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-..as well as spending a day

-at their Essex factory.

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-A set of Snap-on tools

-will be theirs...

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-..and they will model

-for the world-famous Dickies.

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-We want someone with a good

-image and plenty of confidence.

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-But to be a model, you must also

-have a shapely body.

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-Last time, Emrys caught the judges'

-eye in the mechanical task.

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-They stepped back to the 1950s...

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-..to recreate

-the Greased Lightning video.

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-My mates will rib me for this.

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-It was time to say goodbye to Wyn.

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-But time to celebrate for the four

-successful contestants...

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-..as they took a step closer

-to winning a prize of 3,000...

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-..and the title of winner

-of Ffasiwn Mecanic.

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-Good evening, mechanics.

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-Good evening, mechanics.

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-Good evening.

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-We're down to four

-and the heat is on.

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-We're literally going up a gear.

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-You must be wondering why we're

-out in such awful weather...

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-..in the middle of the night.

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-Tonight, you will work all night.

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-Lee will explain the task.

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-Tonight, you're going to work

-as a breakdown service.

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-When you get the phone call, you go

-to the problem and sort it out.

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-It could be anything.

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-What's important is

-that you deal with it quickly.

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-You must get the customer back on

-the road. We'll be observing you.

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-We're looking for

-an industry role model.

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-It's not just what you do

-under the bonnet that's important.

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-You'll be judged

-on your customer service.

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-I'll divide you into two groups.

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-Dan and Matt, you're Group 1.

-Annie and Emrys, Group 2.

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-The tools are in the back.

-You have everything you need.

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-Good luck. Off you go!

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-Off they go.

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-Is it me or are these vehicles like

-something out of Jurassic Park?

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-Ohh! I hope they don't come across

-any dinosaurs tonight.

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-But, as we all know,

-a watched pot never boils...

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-..especially at this time of night.

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-They have to find a way

-of staying awake.

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-Oh, dear me!

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-Do you fancy a game of I spy?

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-Yeah, if you like.

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-Yeah, if you like.

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-Can I play?

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-I'll go first.

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-I spy with my little eye...

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-..something beginning with 'g'.

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-Glaw (rain).

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-Rain.

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-Gog (Northwalian).

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-Gearstick.

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-Gearstick.

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-No.

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-Glovebox.

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-Golau (lights)?

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-Lights.

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-Lights?

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-Yeah!

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-Your turn.

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-Don't go to sleep on me!

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-I'll sleep

-while you sort everything out.

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-Then when you come back, wake me up

-and tell me how it went.

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-Then we'll go back.

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-Typical!

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-At last, the phone rings.

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-Hello?

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-The first call is from a lady

-who can't start her car...

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-..outside her house

-in Cyncoed, Cardiff.

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-She's on her way to Bristol airport

-and has no time to waste.

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-I feel like we're going round

-in circles.

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-Half an hour later,

-the Chuckle Brothers have arrived.

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-Hello. Shwmai.

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-I can't start my car.

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-Don't worry. Go back inside

-and have a cuppa and we'll sort it.

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-Right. Thank you.

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-Right. Thank you.

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-We'll get you on that plane.

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-Well, time is money, as they say.

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-Matt is flying around the car.

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-This lady is worried. She's late for

-the airport. The clock is ticking.

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-Dan and Matt are charmers. They've

-charmed her. They'll look after her.

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-It's important to look after

-the customer.

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-What do you think is wrong

-with the car?

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-When she turns the key,

-nothing happens.

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-It must be

-the starter motor circuit.

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-We'll see whether the boys

-can fix it in time.

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-Dan. It's sorted, mate.

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-Dan. It's sorted, mate.

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-Are you sure?

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-Was it that easy?

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-Try it.

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-The kettle won't even have boiled!

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-The kettle won't even have boiled!

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-That's a shame!

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-There we are. Perfect! Job done.

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-Oh! Thank you very much.

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-No problem at all.

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-You did well to do it so quickly.

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-You did well to do it so quickly.

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-It was a small problem.

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-A fuse had blown.

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-It sounds fine now it's fixed.

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-It sounds fine now it's fixed.

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-Send us a postcard!

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-Goodnight!

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-Thank you.

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-Bye now!

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-Hello?

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-It's starting to get busy

-for Emrys and Annie too...

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-..as they get their first call.

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-They've been called to a motorbike

-that won't start.

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-But they have to travel

-to the other side of the city...

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-..to the Forest Farm area.

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-We'll see if their repair skills

-are as good as Dan and Matt's.

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-He's angry.

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-Hello, how are you?

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-I thought you'd stopped for a cuppa!

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-How do you think I am? Wet! I've

-sat here for hours waiting for you.

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-Sorry!

-The weather's been against us too.

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-The customer's bike has broken down.

-It turns over but won't start.

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-He doesn't appear to be very happy.

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-No. Not at all.

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-No problem.

-We'll sort it out for you.

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-Have you checked the petrol?

-The simple things.

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-Of course I've checked the petrol!

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-I've been riding bikes for years.

-Since before you were born!

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-No problem. You can wait

-in the Land Rover, if you like.

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-No! That bike's worth a fortune.

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-In a situation like this, what's the

-first thing you would ask?

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-I would question the customer

-about what's happened.

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-This will help you sort out

-the problem.

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-May I have the key? There's no key.

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-This is the ignition and starter.

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-Have you been on a bike before?

-Do you know what it is?

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-Ohh! This doesn't bode well

-for Emrys.

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-It turns over okay.

-The simple things first.

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-I've been riding bikes

-since before you were born.

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-I know how to look after them.

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-We'll find the problem.

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-That's the engine!

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-It's the tap.

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-This fuel tap isn't fully on.

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-It's not letting enough petrol

-into the carburettor.

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-I'm going to turn it on fully.

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-I'm going to turn it on fully.

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-I'll start it up.

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-ENGINE STARTS

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-How does that sound?

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-How does that sound?

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-You're not as daft as you look!

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-It starts up fine now.

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-It starts up fine now.

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-Will it get me home?

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-Definitely.

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-Definitely.

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-If not, give us a call.

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-I hope you get here quicker

-next time.

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-And don't stop for a cuppa.

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-We solved the problem and got the

-bike to start quite quickly.

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-The customer was happy

-and we were happy.

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-I think we did well.

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-Hello? How may I help you?

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-With only an hour of their shift

-remaining...

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-..Dan and Matt receive

-their second call of the night.

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-It looks like they'll have their

-hands full here.

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-A minibus full of girls...

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-..on their way home

-from a hen night has broken down.

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-And these two are in full superhero

-mode ready to save the day.

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-Who's getting married?

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-Once, we've got it going,

-we'll let you take a picture.

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-It'll take five minutes.

-You can wait here if you like.

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-Come on, girls. Step back a bit.

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-Matt is sorting the engine,

-while Dan sorts out the girls.

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-I'm not sure who's got the best end

-of the deal!

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-Don't get too drunk now!

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-Goodnight. Bye now!

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-What a mental night!

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-The shift is over.

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-But the boys are still thinking

-about those girls. Look at the boot!

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-Still to come...

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-The mechanics travel to London

-for a makeover...

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-..and to step out in front of

-the public for the first time.

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-Who will be leaving the competition?

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-If you want to try out the reality

-of the modelling world...

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-..where better than the home

-of the fashion world, London.

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-But before they find out

-about the challenge...

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-..they have some

-preparation work to do...

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-..at Nicky Clarke's

-world-famous salon in Mayfair.

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-Welcome to London.

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-The fashion capital of the world.

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-This is where it all happens first.

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-All the major magazines and fashion

-houses in the world are based here.

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-We're here at Nicky Clarke's

-world-famous salon.

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-Joining me today is Elin,

-who is a personal stylist.

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-Elin Mai owns a company

-called Style Doctors...

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-..which offers personal stylist

-services.

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-She now has an office in London,

-as well as a branch in New York.

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-You're going to have a makeover

-at this world-famous salon.

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-Nicky Clarke is one of the most

-popular hairdressers in the world.

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-He says that he wants to see you.

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-So, today, you'll have your hair

-cut, manicures...

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-..and for those of you with no hair,

-we'll be looking at your back.

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-The styling work has begun.

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-Let's find out what the man himself

-thinks of the mechanics' look.

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-Starting with Dan.

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-I think we just need to make it

-look sharper.

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-He really just needs

-to be cleaned up.

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-Clean-shaven, to make him look

-more well groomed.

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-He's a good-looking boy.

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-Do you know what he said to me,

-"I'm going to polish your head".

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-What am I?

-A snooker ball or something?!

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-Hey Matt, maybe this is your big

-break. Cue, Nicky.

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-Matthew's cultivating

-that kind of hard look...

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-..which I suppose you would think of

-in a mechanic.

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-Obviously, he's already wearing his

-hair closely cropped.

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-He doesn't have much of it

-elsewhere.

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-I think a lot can be done

-with the facial hair...

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-..cleaning that up as well.

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-That won't take long.

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-Ta-da!

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-Matthew! I can't see any difference!

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-But then, you can't improve on

-perfection.

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-Good, eh?

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-But, someone who will definitely

-look different, is Annie.

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-She's got pretty good hair as it is,

-but it needs reshaping.

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-You could do anything with this.

-The world is her oyster on that one.

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-Has she got a face that can take

-almost anything?

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-She has a face that would fit

-in the modelling section...

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-..rather than the mechanics.

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-It's amazing.

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-I don't think I could have asked

-for better.

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-It took a few minutes for me

-to get used to it.

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-It makes a huge difference.

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-It's a big improvement. My hair has

-never been treated like that.

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-Emrys. A good-looking boy.

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-His hair is very much in need

-of being sharpened up.

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-Effortless chic, absolutely!

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-They call it laziness in Crymych.

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-With the styling in the salon over,

-it's time to turn to the body.

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-And to one person in particular.

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-There wasn't much work to do

-on his head...

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-..but there's plenty to do

-on his back.

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-From the polishing to the waxing.

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-Deep breaths. Good luck!

-Ready to go.

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-Take a deep breath, please.

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-Aargh!

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-Oh, my God!

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-Ohh!

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-Is there any way you can transplant

-that to my head?

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-This is going to take time.

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-Aargh!

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-Half an hour later...

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-Aargh!

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-Aha! That's what I call

-a transformation.

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-Now that the styling team

-have done their work...

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-..it's time for the four

-to travel to Islington...

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-..to face today's modelling

-challenge.

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-Today is a very important day

-for you.

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-It's the last challenge

-before the final.

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-Do you want to know what the task

-is? Have a look.

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-We're here at the Business Design

-Centre in London for LondonEdge.

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-The country's biggest trade show.

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-Hundreds of fashion brands

-are here...

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-..to sell their clothes

-on this catwalk.

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-Your modelling challenge is

-to walk the catwalk again.

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-You'll be performing

-in front of an audience...

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-..and working

-with professional models.

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-The pressure is huge.

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-Elin will be assessing

-your performance.

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-As a fashion expert,

-what I'm looking for is a model...

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-..who not only wears clothes well,

-but can sell them to me too.

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-Remember your first modelling

-challenge.

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-You were selling your personality.

-Today, you're selling clothes.

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-I don't want to see you smiling

-at the end of the catwalk.

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-Stay serious. Good luck.

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-The show is called LondonEdge.

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-I can assure you that I'm on edge!

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-I have visions in my head

-of everything going wrong.

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-I'm extremely nervous. I've never

-done anything like this before.

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-Especially on this scale.

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-I can't believe you expect me

-to do this.

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-I can't walk into Tesco's on my own,

-let alone a London catwalk!

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-What am I doing here?

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-With everyone in place...

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-..it's time for the Ffasiwn Mecanic

-fashion show.

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-Oh Matthew! Fair play.

-You look very sophisticated there.

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-Very graceful, Annie.

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-And a bit of pouting at the end!

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-I'm okay!

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-Awful!

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-It was hard to be serious.

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-Well done, Dan!

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-I'd like to see you wear that coat

-around Crymych!

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-More Parisian than Crymychian!

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-It was horrible. I'm shaking.

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-It's Emrys' turn.

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-He looks very confident.

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-You need to show a bit of swagger

-and confidence when you walk.

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-That's the key.

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-No silly poses.

-Just be professional.

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-I think it went okay.

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-From the sophisticated look,

-to something more leisurely.

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-Of some sort.

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-Don't they sell socks in London?

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-But let's see them wearing

-something a bit more relaxing.

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-Jason Statham?! More like Phil

-Mitchell at the moment, Matt.

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-Oh Annie! Fair play.

-You look great in your dungarees.

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-Well! Dan's only half way there,

-wearing only one strap.

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-Emrys, on the other hand,

-has gone all the way.

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-You have to do it,

-to up the competition.

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-There we are. The audience is happy.

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-Dylan and Elin are happy.

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-And the mechanics are happy too.

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-With the challenge completed,

-the discussions begin.

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-With three places in the final

-up for grabs...

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-..there was some pressure

-on the shoulders of Lee...

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-..Dylan, Elin and our official

-photographer, Kristina.

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-Lee, I'll start with you. Talk us

-through the mechanical challenge.

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-I'll start with Emrys and Annie.

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-They had to deal with the

-broken-down motorbike.

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-Emrys stood out during that task.

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-He got straight down to it

-and knew what was wrong at once.

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-What about the other two?

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-They had the task with the lady

-who was going on holiday.

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-Matthew made sure that she was

-okay and then got down to work.

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-He wasn't long sorting it out.

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-Then they got a call-out

-to the hen party.

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-Dan was more worried

-about the girls.

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-On to the modelling task.

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-Compared to the first show, I can't

-believe how different they looked.

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-Everyone who saw him in that coat,

-wanted to buy it.

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-He was a little bit stiff.

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-I disagree slightly.

-I really liked the performance.

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-She walked with the most confidence.

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-She sold the three looks to me.

-That's the thing.

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-To me, he's definitely safe.

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-That's where I disagree with you.

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-This is where the package sits.

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-An all-round fashion mechanic.

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-Do you agree?

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-I've been outvoted on this one.

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-Now, we have to go and tell them.

0:20:010:20:05

-After weighing up the performance

-of each contestant...

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-..it's time to reveal

-who are the three...

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-..who will take a step closer

-to the world of fashion...

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-..and who will be going home

-to be a mechanic.

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-Emrys.

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-Fashion.

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-Congratulations. How do you feel?

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-Still in shock, I have to say.

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-Were you nervous?

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-Were you nervous?

-

-Yes. I was shaking and sweating.

0:20:500:20:52

-Congratulations. You're the first

-one through to the final.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Emrys is the first one

-to reach the final.

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-Many congratulations to you.

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-Dan.

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-Fashion.

0:21:210:21:23

-Congratulations, Dan.

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-How do you feel?

0:21:290:21:30

-How do you feel?

-

-I feel great.

0:21:300:21:32

-Congratulations,

-you're through to the final.

0:21:320:21:36

-Thank you very much.

0:21:370:21:38

-The relief on Dan's face is evident.

0:21:400:21:42

-Many congratulations to him

-on reaching the final.

0:21:420:21:46

-With two already through...

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-..who will take the last place?

0:21:500:21:53

-Matt.

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-Mechanic.

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-Unlucky, Matt.

0:22:110:22:13

-You've done really well.

0:22:140:22:16

-It's been amazing to witness your

-journey from the start until now.

0:22:170:22:21

-How do you feel?

0:22:210:22:23

-I'm gutted. I'm devastated.

0:22:230:22:25

-I exceeded my own expectations.

0:22:260:22:28

-I thought I'd go out

-in the first round.

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-So, in a way, I'm happy.

0:22:300:22:32

-It's been an incredible experience.

-I'll never forget it.

0:22:320:22:36

-We've enjoyed having you

-on the programme.

0:22:370:22:39

-It's been amazing to meet you

-and I've enjoyed every minute.

0:22:390:22:43

-Thank you.

0:22:440:22:46

-Farewell to Matt.

-We'll really miss him.

0:22:500:22:54

-This means that Annie takes

-the last place in the final.

0:22:540:22:59

-Congratulations, Annie.

-How do you feel?

0:23:020:23:04

-I'm so happy.

0:23:050:23:06

-I'm so happy.

-

-Well done, Annie.

0:23:060:23:08

-You're through to the final

-of Ffasiwn Mecanic.

0:23:090:23:12

-Four becomes three.

-Only the final to go.

0:23:130:23:17

-The question now is...

0:23:170:23:19

-..which one of these will be crowned

-winner of Ffasiwn Mecanic?

0:23:190:23:24

-Next time, it's the big final. Their

-last chance to please the judges.

0:23:270:23:32

-Which one of these three

-will be the winner?

0:23:320:23:34

-I'd like to win now. All the way!

0:23:350:23:37

-I've reached the final.

-I'm happy to be here.

0:23:370:23:39

-I think I deserve to win.

-But who knows?

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Bydd y mecanics yn cael eu gwthio i'r eithaf wrth iddyn nhw ymuno a'r gwasanaethau argyfwng. The mechanics are pushed to the limit as they join the emergency services for a night shift.


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