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Cawn ddathlu hanner canrif ers sefydlu Cor Meibion Caernarfon a bydd Roy Noble yn westai yn y stiwdio. We'll celebrate fifty years of Caernarfon Male Voice Choir and Roy Noble i...


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-Hello and welcome to Llanelli

-for Tuesday's edition of Heno.

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-Between now and 7.30pm...

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-..we mark the birthday of one of the

-best rugby players in Welsh history.

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-Yes, we join Sir Gareth Edwards

-and his wife, Maureen.

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-Happy birthday, darling

-and I hope you have a great day.

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-Keep bringing me

-my morning cup of tea!

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-I think I'll have to tell my husband

-to bring me tea in the morning.

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-Nothing beats the glorious sounds

-of a male voice choir.

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-I'm at Galeri, Caernarfon to hear

-more from this male voice choir.

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-This choir is celebrating 50 years

-and you can hear about them later.

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-How are your tennis skills?

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-I hope they are better than mine!

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-You can bring Wimbledon to your

-back garden with our competition.

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-My studio guest is a television

-and radio presenter and actor...

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-..who knocked Colin off his bike

-in major storyline in Pobol y Cwm.

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-It's none-other-than Roy Noble!

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-Would you like to own Katherine

-Jenkins' bag or Bryn Terfel's tie?

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-It all goes under the hammer in less

-than a month at the Eisteddfod...

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-..and all proceeds

-go to Save The Children.

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-It's an important year

-for Sir Gareth Edwards.

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-It's 50 years since he won his

-first cap for Wales and he turns 70.

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-Fellow players and commentators call

-him the world's best rugby player.

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-He won 50 caps for Wales and played

-for the Lions in 1971 and 1974.

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-Rhodri met Gareth and Maureen

-and chatted with their friends.

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-You haven't thought of your birthday

-as you've been watching the Lions!

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-Yes, the last few weeks have

-been great to watch all the tests...

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-..and remember those times

-when I played there myself.

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-I was in Gareth's shadow 28 times

-but it was an honour to be there.

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-He was quick, strong

-and was excellent at passing.

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-His kicking was the best amongst

-any outside-half or scrum-half.

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-I can't believe it's ten years since

-we sat here for his 60th birthday.

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-At that time, you told me

-that he needed to slow down.

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-And he's busier than ever so

-it's like talking to a brick wall!

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-I don't go out of my way

-to keep busy...

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-..but there's things to do

-and I have a lot of friends.

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-I've stayed in contact with him

-more than any other player.

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-He came into himself in 1974.

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-He ruled rugby on

-an international scale in 1974...

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-..when he was in South Africa

-with the Lions.

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-I don't know

-where the years have gone.

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-I don't mean the last ten years

-but the last 50 years!

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-I realize I'm doing too much when

-I don't have time to go fishing!

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-Has he changed at all

-over the decades?

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-No, I don't think so because

-he's still as stupid as he ever was.

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-He was always out of the ordinary

-and knew what he wanted to do.

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-I knew what he was like.

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-The world's journalists

-held a poll for the best player...

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-..and Gareth Owen Edwards

-was at the top of that list!

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-Two tries always spring to mind.

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-There's the try for the Barbarians

-that has been played over and over.

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-We also have that photograph

-when he's caked in mud...

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-..after running most of the pitch

-to score against Scotland.

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-People often ask me about Gareth

-Edwards, the man, not the player.

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-The two things that spring to mind

-is your charity work and family.

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-It's quite a feat to make room

-for both in your busy life.

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-I realize that I've been lucky

-in my career...

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-..having played for my country

-and travelled the world.

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-By doing that, you understand

-that some people are less fortunate.

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-I love spending time with my family

-more than anything.

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-I've always been Dad and not

-Gareth Edwards, the rugby player!

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-Gareth is one of three and I'm one

-of five and we all see each other.

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-Our two sons live nearby with

-our grandsons and granddaughter.

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-Life is wonderful.

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-Gareth and Maureen

-have always been kind to me.

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-He deserves the title

-of Sir Gareth Edwards.

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-Gareth and Maureen

-are a wonderful partnership.

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-They keep you grounded.

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-Maureen had the same upbringing

-and has always supported me.

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-Somehow or other,

-he will always make time for people.

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-Yes, definitely

-and it's lovely to watch.

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-He won't turn away from anyone

-who asks for his autograph.

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-How would describe him to someone

-who knows nothing about him?

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-Hard work!

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-No, I don't mean that.

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-Is there something you haven't done

-but want to do in the next decade?

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-I don't know

-where the time has gone.

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-It only feels like yesterday when

-I was 21 on my first Lions Tour.

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-I look back and pinch myself

-and wonder how I've been so lucky.

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-I don't want to look forward

-too much or ask for too much.

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-I hope to keep my health

-so I can compete and play some golf.

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-As we look ahead to your birthday...

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-..everyone on Heno wishes you a very

-happy birthday with some bubbles!

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-We also thank you for being

-such a gentleman all the time.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Happy 70th birthday

-to Sir Gareth Edwards for tomorrow.

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-Roy Noble is my studio guest

-this evening.

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-Welcome to the programme.

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-Thank you.

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-You've met Sir Gareth Edwards

-many times, Roy.

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-It was lovely to hear Maureen

-talking about her husband.

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-She's from the same background

-as me.

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-Happy birthday to Gareth.

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-I've been there too!

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-We've done the same things...

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-..but he's been around the world

-playing rugby.

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-We would often go around the place

-with our lady friends.

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-We would go to the mines too.

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-Gareth Edwards spoke about fishing

-and you shared the river with him.

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-Let's see a clip of when Roy

-met Sir Gareth in 1996.

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-I'm told that fish are like men.

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-It's only the excitable ones

-that get caught!

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-This is the worst weather

-for fishing, Roy.

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-The sun is high

-and the water is low and clear.

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-The best thing to do is to have

-a glass of wine and some bread.

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-Alright, but after one last flick!

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-I haven't broken a record.

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-Over the years, I haven't disturbed

-the fish and they've ignored me too!

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-That was from 1996

-on the River Towy.

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-I only caught a chair!

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-He's a great fisherman.

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-He has more pleasure catching

-a salmon...

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-..than scoring a try for Wales.

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-When he played for the Barbarians...

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-..the site had a bomb warning.

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-They were still searching for the

-bomb when he scored.

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-I don't think Gareth Edwards

-has appeared on Pobol y Cwm.

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-You appeared on our small screens

-in a new guise as an actor...

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-..when you featured in an important

-storyline on Pobol y Cwm.

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-It was great to appear

-on Pobol y Cwm.

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-I did appear on Hapus Dyrfa

-many years ago.

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-Pobol y Cwm has a lot

-of experienced actors.

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-I think it was all in the perm!

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-People are still talking

-about my perm.

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-My character was very colourful.

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-He was full of lies!

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-A lot of famous faces have had

-cameos on Pobol y Cwm.

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-Bryn Fon and John Ogwen have

-appeared on Pobol y Cwm recently.

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-It's an honour to be part

-of the iconic soap opera.

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-I was stunned to be asked

-to appear in Hapus Dyrfa.

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-It was amazing to appear

-in Pobol y Cwm.

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-It was embarrassing when you read

-the scripts...

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-..as it's written by a Northwalian!

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-Wimbledon is well underway.

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-We want to bring Wimbledon to your

-garden with our special competition.

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-Yvonne has the details.

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-Anyone for tennis?

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-We're in the midst

-of the excitement at Wimbledon.

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-If you would like to win items

-to enjoy during the finals...

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-..answer this simple question.

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-Who's the current

-Wimbledon Men's champion?

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-1) Andy Murray, 2) Andy Jones,

-or 3) Andy Thomas?

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-Good luck.

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-New balls please

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-Thank you, Yvonne.

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-Here's that question again:

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-Who's the current

-Wimbledon Men's champion?

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-1) Andy Murray, 2) Andy Jones,

-or 3) Andy Thomas?

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-Call us with your answer

-on 08443 35 12 44.

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-It's 5p a minute plus your telephone

-company's network access charge.

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-The phone lines close

-on Wednesday 12 July at 3.00pm.

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-All entrants must be 18 and over.

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-Don't call after the lines close

-or you will still be charged.

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-Email heno@tinopolis.com or visit

-the S4C website for full terms.

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-Good luck to you all.

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-After the break...

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-..the treasured items of some Welsh

-celebrities are sent to Anglesey.

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-Let's remind ourselves

-about Elin Fflur's story tonight.

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-Welcome to Galeri, Caernarfon.

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-Nothing beats the wonderful sound

-of a male voice choir.

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-Tonight, I'm with

-the Caernarfon Male Voice Choir...

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-..as they prepare to celebrate

-their 50th anniversary.

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-They sound wonderful.

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-Join us in a few minutes.

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-Welcome back to Heno

-and to Galeri, Caernarfon.

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-Tonight, I'm with

-the Caernarfon Male Voice Choir...

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-..as they prepare to celebrate

-50 years of entertaining us all.

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-Can you stop singing a moment?

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-It's terrible for me to do that.

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-You're celebrating 50 years.

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-John Roberts is the choir's

-marketing officer.

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-Yes, and we've had nine wins

-in the National Eisteddfod...

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-..nine conductors

-and six accompanists.

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-Bryn Terfel is our sponsor.

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-It's great to have his name

-as part of our choir.

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-John Howard Hughes has been a member

-of the choir for almost 50 years.

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-I've been singing for 29 years.

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-I started when I was four!

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-I love singing.

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-I love music too.

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-The lads are great.

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-There are younger men here too.

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-It's great to join the lads.

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-We're like one big family.

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-We're celebrating 50 years...

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-..and have released a CD.

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-There's a booklet about the history

-of the choir too.

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-I'm sure it's a very

-interesting read.

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-The choir wanted to release

-a new CD.

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-It goes on sell at the concert

-on Friday.

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-The choir's accompanist

-is Delyth Humphreys.

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-I have to try and control them.

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-It's tiring but great too.

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-I started in 2008.

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-I love the sound of the lads.

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-It's great when we do concerts.

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-The trips are great fun too.

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-I'll have more from the

-Caernarfon Male Voice Choir later.

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-Back to you in Llanelli.

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-We'll be back in Caernarfon later.

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-Save The Children helps families

-in the poorest parts of the world...

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-..including Wales.

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-This year, the charity asked the

-public to donate various items...

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-..to be sold on the Eisteddfod Maes.

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-Yesterday, the lorry

-started its journey to North Wales.

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-We're here

-to set a large lorry on its way...

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-..from Barry to Bodedern

-and the National Eisteddfod.

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-It's being loaded with bags

-from our supporters in South Wales.

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-A Barry businessman donated a lorry

-to carry the garments to Anglesey.

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-The load will be sold

-on the Eisteddfod Maes next month.

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-On Wednesday, there will

-be another special auction.

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-The public has donated bags...

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-..but we also contacted celebrities

-from Wales for their donations.

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-We had an incredible response.

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-Jenny Ogwen, the glamorous former

-weather girl was happy to help.

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-I'm going to donate this bag.

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-I used it for Royal Ascot...

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-..and the 2017 Women in Wales

-Luncheon at the Swalec Stadium...

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-..where we raised 30,000

-for the charity.

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-It's an incredible amount

-to raise in one afternoon.

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-The auction will have lots that were

-loved and worn by Welsh celebrities.

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-It's a wonderful idea as you could

-buy Katherine Jenkins' bag...

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-..or a necklace

-owned by Sian Phillips.

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-Bryn Terfel has donated a tie...

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-..and there's items from Dafydd

-Iwan, Jonathan Pryce and many more.

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-There's presenters

-from the BBC and Radio Cymru...

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-..and actors from Pobol y Cwm

-and Rownd a Rownd...

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-..and the presenters of Heno

-and Prynhawn Da.

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-I delivered the team's donations.

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-Ties, a dress, a scarf, a hat Mam-gu

-had knitted for me and a tent!

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-All the money from this bag

-goes to Save The Children...

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-..and that's the most

-important thing for me!

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-It's an honour to set the lorry

-on its way from Barry to Bodedern.

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-Good luck with the campaign

-at the Eisteddfod.

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-We hope to raise a lot for of Save

-The Children in Wales and abroad.

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-It isn't too late

-to donate to the cause.

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-This bag is going in the post to

-arrive at the Eisteddfod in time!

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-Roy Noble has been my studio guest

-this evening.

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-Would you like to donate anything

-to Save The Children, Roy?

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-As a young man

-when I had hot blood...

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-..I was a referee!

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-I was nothing like Nigel Owens.

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-I wasn't even in the grass roots.

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-I've got a shirt

-that I'll get signed...

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-..and pass it to Save The Children.

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-You were in good company before the

-programme.

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-I met Prince Charles earlier.

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-We were at the Royal Mint.

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-He'd been to Caerphilly and was

-going to Craig-y-Nos.

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-Tomorrow, you can see how Daf and I

-enjoyed learning new instruments...

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-..as part

-of the Ceredigion Music Service.

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-We close in Caernarfon with Elin to

-see what they have for us tomorrow.

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-If we're lucky, the Caernarfon Male

-Voice Choir might sing for us too!

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-Thank you, Mari.

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-On tomorrow night's Heno...

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-..Gerallt enjoys himself and samples

-the latest beer from Bragdy Lleu.

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-The Caernarfon Male Voice Choir

-is going to sing us out...

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-..with Caernarfon by Meirion

-MacIntyre Huws and Robat Arwyn.

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-# I know of many who know you well

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-# They know the faces at the Black

-in the afternoon

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-# They know the ladies

-who make the sandwiches

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-# The ladies

-who keep your heart healthy

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-# But few will know

-your right and your hand

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-# That know every stone

-and each crack in the pavement

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-# Caernarfon, you're old

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-# Caernarfon, you're beautiful

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-# Caernarfon, you're full

-of pearls to inspire each poet

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-# You're more than a town to me,

-you're more than a town to me

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-Thanks to the

-Caernarfon Male Voice Choir.

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-The 50th anniversary concert

-is on Friday at Galeri, Caernarfon.

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-A very happy birthday

-to Sir Gareth Edwards for tomorrow.

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-Goodnight from us all in Llanelli.

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Cawn ddathlu hanner canrif ers sefydlu Cor Meibion Caernarfon a bydd Roy Noble yn westai yn y stiwdio. We'll celebrate fifty years of Caernarfon Male Voice Choir and Roy Noble is our guest.