Pennod 1 Loriau Mansel Davies a'i Fab


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Cyfres newydd yn dilyn cwmni cludo nwyddau Mansel Davies a'i Fab. A new series following freight company Mansel Davies & Son, based in Pembrokeshire and their drivers.


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-Mansel Davies is one of the

-most familiar names on our roads.

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-You'll inevitably get stuck behind

-one of their 150 lorries.

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-But have you ever wondered

-how milk reaches your Cornflakes?

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-It's 28,000 litres

-which is more than I could stomach!

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-That's only one full load.

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-But it isn't the only thing

-they transport.

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-It's bye, bye to the Netherlands

-and hello to Belgium.

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-Mansel Davies?

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-The company is decades old and if

-Mansel wasn't holding the pencil...

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-..he was certainly at the table

-when the first wheel was designed.

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-Take pride in tailing

-these kings of the road...

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-..because this series will prove

-that Mansel Davies was there first.

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-The unlikely home

-of this national colossus...

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-..is Llanfyrnach near Crymych.

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-Not every lorry

-returns to HQ at night...

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-..as the company

-has sites all over Wales.

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-But the Mansel Davies & Son that

-we know today was established here.

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-My great-grandfather, John Davies...

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-..started the business

-at Llanfyrnach in 1875.

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-He worked at the lead mines

-in Llanfyrnach...

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-..but also sold agricultural goods.

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-He established himself

-as a lime, coal and grind merchant.

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-In 1900, his son,

-Mansel Davies joined the business.

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-He was a merchant clerk for his

-father and had his own sidings.

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-The Cardi Bach Railway ran through

-the village and carried all sorts.

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-Horse-drawn carts

-travelled around farms...

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-..and carried coal, machinery

-and food to the farmers.

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-The business

-ran like that for years.

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-It would have remained this way...

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-..but with two lorries

-instead of the horse and cart!

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-But necessity

-is the mother of invention.

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-Dr Beeching's cuts to the Cardi Bach

-forced the company to change gear.

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-This was when they needed

-more lorries to collect the goods.

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-Prior to this, the lorries only

-collected goods from the trains...

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-..or were sent to the quarries.

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-This was when the business

-started to expand.

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-They needed to travel further

-so the fleet started to grow.

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-It's 6.00am...

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-..and the drivers are preparing for

-the company's all-important haul.

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-You won't go far without milk.

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-Dai Hands

-is an experienced driver...

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-..and is on his way to Trewern

-for the first collection of the day.

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-I'm picking up 28,000 litres

-and transporting it to London.

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-I hope to land in London

-at about 2.30pm...

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-..with Heathrow's permission.

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-Yes, he will be flying

-but only along the roads.

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-The rush hour traffic in Crymych.

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-Milk is our main business.

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-We live in this part of the country

-and depend on agriculture.

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-We're committed

-to the farming community.

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-We collect milk from 460 farms.

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-Most of it returns here

-and is loaded into artic trailers.

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-It's sent to processing plants

-around the country.

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-One of the factories

-that Mansel Davies supplies...

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-..is located over 200 miles away

-in Acton near London.

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-Many years ago, the LondonWelsh

-supplied the capital's milk quota.

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-Today, it's the Welsh

-in Pembrokeshire.

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-Alan George is one of them.

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-Alan has served

-as a driver for 30 years.

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-My father worked for the company.

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-He was a transport manager.

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-I would join him at work

-for a day or two.

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-The school gave me

-permission to join him...

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-..and it started from there.

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-It's a great company.

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-I can't complain.

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-Driving is in my blood.

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-It's all I know.

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-Despite its size,

-Mansel Davies is a local business.

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-Many of its staff live locally.

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-I left school at 15...

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-..and cycled down from Crymych

-to see Kaye and Stephen.

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-It's 27 years later

-and I'm still here!

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-Do you often wash them?

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-Do you often wash them?

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-Give it a blast, Dai.

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-The door?

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-The door?

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-Yes, blast it.

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-Not me, the door!

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-Not me, the door!

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-Alright.

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-I started out washing lorries

-and worked my way up the ladder.

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-I can't see me going any further.

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-We employ 300 men here.

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-We have 300 staff.

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-Last week,

-one of them retired after 48 years.

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-He said he was ready to retire

-three years ago...

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-..but he stayed with us

-until the age of 72.

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-He was much fitter

-than those who are 22.

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-The company does more

-than just transport...

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-..as there's more than one Mansel.

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-We have three businesses

-in our name.

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-There's our lorries on the roads.

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-Mansel Davies & Son Garages....

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-..is the local main dealer

-for Volvo and Isuzu trucks...

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-..which covers from

-Swansea to Machynlleth.

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-There's also Pembrokeshire Freight.

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-It's an unaccompanied trailer

-business that goes to Ireland.

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-The empire is controlled from

-the headquarters in Llanfyrnach.

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-We start at 7.00am with the lorries

-that make milk collections.

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-There are 30 lorries

-collecting milk.

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-Fifty drivers

-make the collections...

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-..from farms in Carmarthenshire,

-Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.

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-Over six days,

-I organize the artics...

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-..or lorries taking the milk to

-Llangefni, London and Southampton.

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-Everywhere apart from here.

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-No two days are the same.

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-Tomorrow and Saturday

-could be different to Friday.

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-Each day is different.

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-Six milk tankers could travel

-to Haverfordwest on one day...

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-..and London the next day.

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-It changes on a daily basis.

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-Each day differs for Alan

-behind the wheel.

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-What's life like on the road?

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-It's a lonely life.

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-I can go for days

-without seeing a soul...

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-..and only speak to my wife

-on the phone.

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-I'm rarely home to see my wife...

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-..and only get the chance

-to speak to her over the phone.

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-I've missed out

-on seeing my son grow up...

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-..as I've been away

-for long periods of time.

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-I didn't see him take

-his first steps or start school...

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-..and other things.

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-You can get time off work.

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-It's difficult to get home for those

-things as you could be in France.

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-I don't know

-what makes it so appealing.

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-Once you're sat in the seat,

-the adrenalin kicks in.

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-It's as if you're hooked on it.

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-You can't let it go.

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-Everything is organized here.

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-Eight members of staff work

-in the traffic office every day.

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-Someone is present for 365 days

-organizing the milk collections.

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-Are you in Southampton, Nige'?

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-Make your way back to Carmarthen.

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-Good boy, Nige'. Ta-ra.

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-Problems arise every day

-and it can be challenging.

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-But we aim to solve them

-and do our utmost.

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-There are 70 lads on the road

-in my patch.

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-A few of them will ask

-why they're doing certain jobs...

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-..but some jobs

-are better than others.

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-I try to share them out

-and find out the problem.

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-Can I take this call?

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-Mansel Davies?

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-Dai Hands has reached Trewern

-but loading isn't his only problem.

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-There isn't a lot room

-to drive through here.

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-There's a grass verge

-on either side of the lane.

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-We're not supposed to drive over it.

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-The farmer gets quite angry.

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-This involves some concentration.

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-Dai's hands are back on the wheel

-to avoid the grass...

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-..as another lorry arrives

-to assist in loading the milk.

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-The typical practice

-is to load one lorry first...

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-..and then unload it into another.

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-We can unload it without it

-going directly into the lorry.

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-The literages of milk

-are measured...

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-..and it's pumped

-directly into my lorry.

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-You can gain 45 minutes

-with this type of lorry.

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-The other lorry isn't filled

-as it pumps directly into my lorry.

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-We'll have about 28,000 litres

-of milk.

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-That's more than I could stomach!

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-We farm over a thousand

-dairy cattle...

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-..and we produce between eleven

-and twelve million litres a year.

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-It's important that we have a local

-business to work out the logistics.

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-You wouldn't get the same service

-from an outside company.

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-You'd have to go through the correct

-channels to resolve any issues...

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-..but it's a simple phone call

-or text here.

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-OK, ta-ra.

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-It's great to see a farm

-with a lot of cattle.

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-I was the son of a farmer

-many years ago.

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-That's good to know

-if I ever need help with calving.

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-The lorries can arrive

-first thing in the morning.

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-It depends on their hours

-on the tachograph.

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-They might have to wait on the yard.

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-I don't charge any rent

-but maybe it should be discussed!

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-Come on, Dai!

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-Thank you.

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-I'm off to London!

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-HORN

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-Back at the office and the lads

-take advantage of Cameron's absence.

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-He's the only Scotsman in the office

-and a target for childish antics.

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-Life is too short not to have fun.

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-Some of them are worse than me

-like Dai Chips.

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-We enjoy having some fun

-and sometimes it's extreme.

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-But at least the work is done.

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-Have you put enough on it?

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-Have you put enough on it?

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-Goodness, yes.

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-Oh, yes. Let's top it up.

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-We experience quiet

-and busy periods.

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-Everyone's busy

-at different times.

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-It's great to annoy them

-whilst they're busy.

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-Maximum effect!

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-Yeah, he does.

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-So, he's had a surprise.

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-TELEPHONE

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-I'll turn that down.

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-Yo!

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-How are you doing, dude?

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-Good.

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-What are you up to?

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-Eh?

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-What's that?

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-Hold on.

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-Your ear, Cam.

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-BLEEPING

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-LAUGHTER

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-This is an impersonation

-of a Scottish panda bear.

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-That wasn't you.

-You don't do things like that.

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-That is his party piece.

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-I will get him back

-before the end of the day.

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-Black eye, black ear.

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-Right, right, chin-chin.

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-It's a quiet office, nobody messes

-about and we work hard every day.

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-That's Kaye phoning!

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-Honestly!

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-The business has plenty of staff...

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-..to deal with any

-new demands in the industry.

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-Extending a tanker is like

-child's play for Bacwn, the welder.

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-We're splitting this tank in half

-to extend it.

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-It was built 20 years ago

-when the capacity was less.

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-Since then,

-truck loads have increased.

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-They need to be extended

-so that they can carry more milk.

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-We measure it twice

-so that it's only cut once.

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-We measure the area to split...

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-..then mull over it

-before we start cutting.

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-It will have a capacity

-of 30,000 litres.

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-However, due to the gross weight it

-will only carry about 28,000 litres.

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-I can hide from my boss inside

-the tank so it's an alright job.

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-I'm sure it is.

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-Don't tell the jokers in the office

-or they'll weld you inside.

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-In the meantime,

-Alan has reached a bustling London.

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-There's so much traffic

-with bikes, buses and taxis.

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-It's difficult to travel

-in and out of London...

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-..but I enjoy going there.

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-We'll turn here

-for Shepherd's Bush...

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-..before entering Acton.

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-Oh, it's looking quite promising.

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-Twelve o'clock.

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-I know I'm a bit late.

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-I'll park it alongside.

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-We've arrived.

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-How many are here?

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-There's one...

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-..two, three, four, five.

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-There are six lorries in front of us

-so it's going to take a while.

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-Let's take the paperwork

-to book in, show samples...

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-..and find out what's happening.

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-Back at the garage...

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-..and Bacwn is still busy welding.

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-The tank has been split in two...

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-..so we need to make a joint

-and solder it back together.

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-I've got to bend the iron

-so that it fits on the joint.

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-Half is welded to the back and the

-other half is welded to the front.

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-When I've finished welding it...

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-..I'll fit a baffle

-on top of the iron plate.

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-The tanks are quite long

-so are split into sections.

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-Some tankers will not collect

-a full load from a creamery...

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-..so they could only be

-three-quarters full of liquid.

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-If the driver brakes suddenly

-at a roundabout or junction...

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-..the milk swishes back and forth.

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-The baffle aims

-to reduce this movement...

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-..and helps to stop the milk

-from sloshing around...

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-..as it can force the lorry forward.

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-The last thing you want

-is to brake at a junction...

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-..and the lorry jerks forward.

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-If I ever need to talk about

-baffle deployment...

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-..I'll know where to come.

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-The petrol tanker has arrived.

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-I'm usually here twice a week

-as they need a lot of diesel.

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-I've got 35,000 litres today.

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-They've already had one load

-this week.

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-Diesel is one our biggest costs.

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-The cost of the diesel is included

-in most of our contracts.

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-The customer also benefits.

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-Diesel prices go up and down

-so I charge accordingly.

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-It's safer this way

-as I can manage my expenses...

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-..and the customer

-can control their costs too.

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-Stephen manages the office.

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-And nothing gets passed his father,

-Kaye, on the yard!

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-I could arrive at 5.00am

-and the light is on up there.

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-He's on the yard

-by the time I bring the lorry here.

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-I could arrive at 4.30pm

-and he's still here.

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-I asked him if he lives here but he

-waits for lads to come home safely.

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-I respect him a lot

-and that's why I call him Mr Davies.

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-We monitor the gauge...

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-..and Mr Davies

-tells us the amount he wants.

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-There isn't a drop left

-as he takes it all.

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-I wouldn't like to pay his bill.

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-We've got to have

-260,000 litres every week.

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-You should buy your own tanker,

-Kaye.

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-No, I don't think so.

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-No, I don't think so.

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-Don't tell him that!

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-I've got to leave some work

-for the others.

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-The queue of lorries in front

-of Alan in Acton hasn't moved.

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-His colleagues

-are causing the hold-up.

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-How long have you been waiting?

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-How long have you been waiting?

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-I've been here since 10.30am.

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-10.30am?!

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-And you're still here.

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-And you're still here.

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-Yes, I'm still here.

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-I haven't moved for two hours.

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-It doesn't look promising.

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-It doesn't look promising.

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-No, it doesn't.

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-Alan will have to get his skates on

-to catch a ferry after off-loading.

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-He calls the office

-to check his options.

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-Mansel Davies?

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-Mansel Davies?

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-Hello, Rhodri.

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-How are you, Alan?

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-How are you, Alan?

-

-I'm good.

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-There's a problem in Acton.

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-Are they full?

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-Are they full?

-

-Yes, they are.

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-There must be about 13

-or 14 lorries here.

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-A lot of the drivers

-only ever do the London route.

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-They leave Acton

-and travel to Meidrim...

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-..and return to London the next day.

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-That's all they do.

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-Do you know Ifty?

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-Do you know Ifty?

-

-Yes.

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-Go and see Ifty.

-He's been on the phone.

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-OK, then.

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-OK, then.

-

-OK.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Time to get nifty with Ifty!

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-I don't like jumping the queue.

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-I've got to catch a boat

-and if I don't catch it...

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-..we'll have to sleep on the floor!

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-Yeah.

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-That doesn't look like a happy face.

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-That guy with the beard's an idiot.

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-And he's swearing...

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-..like a drover.

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-I told him not to swear

-because he's on television.

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-It's never stopped me, but

-Alan's made his way to the front.

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-Are you fine about that?

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-Are you fine about that?

-

-I can take some space.

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-OK, so I'll go in there.

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-OK, then.

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-He's got a better chance

-of catching the ferry now.

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-Hey, magic!

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-Is everyone happy?

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-Is everyone happy?

-

-Yes, we're on the pump now.

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-There's hope of catching the ferry!

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-The second half of the lecture

-on baffles is about to start but...

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-Things magically go missing.

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-Things magically go missing.

-

-There's a problem.

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-You put something down

-and can't find it.

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-It's not there when you go back.

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-It was time to join both tankers.

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-We'll push it together and hopefully

-it will latch onto the front one.

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-I'm a couple of inches away.

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-CLATTERING

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-Was that a baffle?

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-The ladder has gone south.

0:21:200:21:22

-Yes, it's OK.

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-We'll insert the top first...

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-..before tempting the two parts

-together.

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-They'll meet at the top

-before closing the gap between them.

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-It's quite a task.

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-It's difficult.

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-After a lot of huffing and puffing

-and some advice...

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-Does it need to go down further?

0:21:570:21:58

-Does it need to go down further?

-

-It looks alright.

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-It just needs a good slap!

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-OK.

0:22:050:22:06

-Hallelujah!

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-# Hallelujah!

0:22:090:22:11

-# Hallelujah!

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-# Hallelujah, hallelujah!

0:22:130:22:15

-# Hallelujah! #

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-How does it feel?

0:22:230:22:25

-It's home!

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-Well...

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-We're not quite there,

-but we're on the home stretch.

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-Fantastic.

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-I knew you could do it, Dai.

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-What is Bacwn's secret?

0:22:400:22:42

-Did he play with Lego or Meccano

-as a boy?

0:22:450:22:47

-Strangely enough,

-I didn't have Meccano...

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-..or any Lego either, so I don't

-know where I got this knack.

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-That's one problem solved and

-in Acton, Alan can catch his ferry.

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-That's it

-and I'll see you next week.

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-Goodbye.

0:23:130:23:14

-It's another successful day

-for Mansel Davies & Son.

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