Pennod 4 Loriau Mansel Davies a'i Fab


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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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-It's another morning in Llanfyrnach.

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-In the garage, as if they didn't

-have enough lorries to repair...

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-..Mike Rodgers

-has taken on a hobble.

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-The clutch went when he was

-delivering to a nearby farm.

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-He's an Irishman.

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-We towed him in with a tractor and

-replacing the clutch for him now.

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-There was one in stock

-for this model...

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-..so the lads

-are trying to repair it.

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-Where would mere mortals

-like us start?

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-Mike changes clutches

-more often than his pants.

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-They went through 90 last year

-- clutches, that is.

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-Lenny has secured the backpatch.

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-We can lift it and insert it...

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-..with a bit of luck!

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-Let's hope it works.

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-You need more than luck

-to replace that.

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-Watch your feet!

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-It's half a ton so not good

-if it lands on your feet.

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-That's it.

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-Come on.

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-Hang on, now.

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-Mike's performing the skilful task

-of reconnecting a clutch.

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-It's in.

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-We're finished.

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-He can hitch up

-and head back to Ireland...

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-..as long as this has worked!

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-OK?

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-Hold on, now.

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-Running a garage seven days a week

-is quite a challenge...

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-..in terms of staff, parts

-and parts of parts!

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-Where would they be without

-a regular supply of spanners?

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-Can I have a new battery, please?

-That one's flat.

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-Try that one.

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-Adrian Howells shoulders the burden

-of managing supplies.

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-I've been here for 25 years

-which is quite a long time.

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-I came straight from school.

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-I don't know where the time went.

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-I started by working

-in the stores...

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-..and then did all the

-run of the mill sort of things.

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-How it's going?

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-How it's going?

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-How are you?

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-Dai Jones interviewed Adrian

-in the spares shop a few years ago.

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-Dai's the one on the right!

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-You must be the youngest here.

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-You must be the youngest here.

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-Yes, I'm one of the youngest.

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-Do you have a lot of interest

-in this kind of work?

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-Yes, I enjoy it.

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-You keep an eye

-on the turnover of the stock.

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-Yes, and I put things away

-when we have a delivery.

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-It sounds like an interesting job.

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-It sounds like an interesting job.

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-Yes, it is.

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-You've had a few wage packets.

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-You've had a few wage packets.

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-Yes, that's right.

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-Have you bought a car yet?

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-Have you bought a car yet?

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-Yes.

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-This job pays well!

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-Good luck and I hope you're here

-for many years.

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-Thank you.

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-It's changed since the days of

-the microfiche and a pencil or biro.

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-These days, it's computerized

-and all online...

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-..so it's changed a lot

-over the years.

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-The maintenance department

-keeps track of everything.

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-We keep maintenance records

-of all the work on each lorry.

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-Every lorry and trailer is treated

-as a customer of the garage.

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-It's important to be organized

-in this business.

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-These are the heavier items so

-that's springs, drums and radiators.

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-The stock arrives in the morning.

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-All the small items

-are kept in these drawers.

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-These are all the unions

-and fittings for the brakes...

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-..and all the electric terminals

-are in the drawers over here.

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-It's all labelled.

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-Everything has a part number.

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-About 60% of the stock

-is used for Mansel itself...

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-..and 40% of it

-is for our customers.

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-There's about 350,000 Volvo parts...

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-..and 200,000 non-Volvo parts

-and that still isn't enough for us!

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-A sheet of hardboard...

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-..and I need two sets of seven-inch

-shoes, heavy duty, please.

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-Cheers!

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-There's no such thing

-as day and night here.

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-Alan is going on the company's

-most common route.

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-I'm delivering milk

-to Glanbia Cheese in Llangefni.

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-This is my lorry.

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-Kaye owns it

-but you know what I mean!

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-Alan's an ambassador

-for national unity.

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-I enjoy going to Glanbia

-because the lads are all brilliant.

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-It's a pleasure to go there.

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-You might find it pleasurable

-but others feel it's frustrating!

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-On the journey

-from Llanfyrnach to Llangefni...

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-..the opportunity to overtake

-is rare.

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-It's inevitable

-that he'll have drivers on his tail!

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-Twenty Mansel Davies lorries

-make the same journey every day.

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-Contrary to popular belief, Mansel's

-drivers don't run on Duracell!

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-They are bound to the same rules

-of any other lorry driver.

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-No driver should drive

-for more than nine hours a day.

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-They cannot work

-for more than six days a week.

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-Every driver must have at least

-eleven hours of rest a night...

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-..but that can be reduced

-to nine hours three times a week.

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-They must stop for a break

-of 45 minutes...

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-..after driving for

-four and a half hours.

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-This is all recorded.

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-All the data comes back here

-and we have to analyze it.

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-Anyone who has gone over their limit

-by even five minutes...

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-..has to be reprimanded.

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-The driver will get a fine

-of up to 100.

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-You can't do it any more.

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-The years of people driving

-every hour of the day are long gone.

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-You have to stick to the rules.

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-In Wales, there's a sky full

-of Michelin stars...

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-..in the form of pit stops.

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-They stop here most days.

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-A couple of boys stop

-and have their breaks here.

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-If they're hungry, they have a snack

-or cup of coffee or a cup of tea.

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-I try to give good service...

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-..tidy food...

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-..and charge reasonably prices...

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-..and they're happy.

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-Nothing beats it.

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-Welsh bacon.

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-Well, "bac-on" the job now, Alan!

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-Mansel Davies' presence in the area

-goes beyond the workplace.

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-It has supported the local

-rugby team since the very start.

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-I've been its president

-since it started 23 years ago.

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-The club is doing well when you

-take into account it's a rural area.

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-The club has moved through the ranks

-over the years...

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-..from Division 8 to Division 1.

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-It's made up of local people.

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-Most of the team started here as

-youngsters and worked their way up.

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-We didn't go mad

-and throw money at it...

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-..but slowly chipped away at it.

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-It's a tough division

-by they hold their own.

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-These mountain lads are like

-mountain sheep - small but tough!

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-It's a labour of love

-for one employee.

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-He's the team manager

-and parts manager.

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-He's the most important man

-in this club.

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-He puts his heart and soul into it.

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-It's 17 seasons since I started.

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-It's been a long time but it's fun

-and something to do at the weekend.

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-I have fun with the lads

-on a Saturday.

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-Mans has sponsored the club

-since the start.

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-They paid for the first kit

-for the first team 30 years ago...

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-..and have bought kits for the

-first team ever since that time.

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-They have bought shirts

-for the other teams too.

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-They are great sponsors.

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-I enjoy doing it.

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-We're a local business that employs

-locals and some were in the team.

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-It's something for the community.

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-I enjoy coming here on a Saturday.

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-It's a pleasure to watch the lads

-and share a few post-match drinks.

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-There's a familiar face

-in the stands.

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-Go on, get it in.

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-I played for the club and captained

-the first team for two seasons.

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-I played for 15 years.

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-You played for a few years too.

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-But I had a lot of injuries.

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-But I had a lot of injuries.

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-Yes, I know. I was next to you!

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-I remember when Bedwyr played

-for the team.

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-He had a knee injury

-just before he stopped playing.

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-A few days later, Bedwyr turned up

-at work in a brace and plaster.

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-He still came to work

-even though he couldn't do a lot.

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-He wouldn't miss work.

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-He might have been afraid

-of getting a telling off from Dad!

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-That's the nature of the man

-and it's why he has his job.

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-Was there a word of warning

-when they lost?

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-Only if we got injured.

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-He got angry

-if we broke an arm or a leg.

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-Is that because you couldn't work

-or that you couldn't play?

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-Both!

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-Both!

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-And he doesn't like losing.

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-We have a chat every Monday

-about the scores and weekend games.

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-That Monday morning chat

-is very important.

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-I chat about the team

-as I know all the players...

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-..and talk about availability.

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-Yes, we talk about the club.

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-A lot of our employees

-are involved with the club.

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-He calls me after a match on a

-Saturday, especially if they've won.

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-Is the warehouse

-big enough to hide in?

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-No, he'll find me so I get it

-out of the way in the morning.

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-With its close link to the club...

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-..rows of Kiwis who drive lorries

-must fight their way to Crymych.

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-The Crymych lads are good enough so

-we'll manage with the mountain lads.

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-In the upstairs office, the ladies

-use their morning break...

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-..to either face Mecca, look for

-fallen change or do some exercise.

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-We've been doing this

-for well over a year.

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-It's only a few minutes at 10.30am.

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-We either practice planks,

-sit-ups or wall squats.

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-It's a 30-day-challenge

-and then we start something new.

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-Oops!

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-There's four of us

-who do this all the time.

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-It's Ann, Hilary, me and Lowri.

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-There's no point pushing that wall -

-it isn't moving!

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-HORN

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-The challenge faced by the lads

-downstairs is more substantial.

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-I don't need a chocolate bar.

-I'm on a diet!

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-They only eat pasties.

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-The van arrives at 10.30am

-every day...

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-..and they rush out

-like a pack of animals!

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-Vegetarian steak bakes.

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-Vegetarian steak bakes.

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-Vegetarian steak bakes!

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-There's always one.

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-The women upstairs mess around

-with five minutes of keep fit.

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-Some of us have got work to do.

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-They eat like pigs!

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-They enjoy eating

-and doing nothing else.

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-The girls and I do a lot.

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-We're quite dedicated in that sense.

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-It's dry so we'll take a quick walk

-for some fresh air.

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-We should do a mile in 16 minutes.

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-Goodbye!

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-Steady does it.

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-Don't peak too soon.

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-In the meantime, Alan has finished

-his snack but needs a second wind.

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-I've got a slow puncture.

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-They going to send someone out

-to repair it.

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-There's no point carrying on

-or I'll ruin the tyre...

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-..and they'll need to buy a new one

-at 200-300 a piece!

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-It's probably caused by a nail.

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-It's a shame

-because it's a new tyre too.

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-Keith arrives before he can

-think about a second bacon bap.

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-How are you, Al?

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-How are you, Al?

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-Very good, thank you.

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-You called again.

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-You called again.

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-Yes, I've got a problem.

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-It's flat on the bottom

-but the top is fine.

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-Move forward and it'll be fine.

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-Move forward and it'll be fine.

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-Yes, I'll use the top part.

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-I'll have a look at it now, Al.

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-I'll have a look at it now, Al.

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-Thank you.

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-First, I need to jack it up.

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-I'll either repair the puncture

-or change the tyre.

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-You don't need to remove the wheel

-to change the tyre.

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-It means the drivers

-don't have to check the wheels.

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-The Mansel Davies fleet

-goes through 4,300 tyres a year...

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-..so Keith changes tyres more often

-than he changes his pants...

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-..or his washing machine goes crazy!

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-Here's another Mansel Davies lorry

-and it's being overtaken.

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-The tyre bill is nothing compared

-with their petrol bill.

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-These lorries swallow 25,000 litres

-a day or nine million a year...

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-..so an extra penny at the pump

-can make a world of difference.

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-It's fine now but I'll check over it

-and check all the pressures.

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-It'll be ready for another load.

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-There was a nail in it

-so I'll repair it and use it again.

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-Nothing goes to waste.

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-No, so that was a good job done.

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-Put that bap down, Alan.

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-You're free to go.

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-Back in Llanfyrnach,

-it's high jinks in the office again.

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-Where do they get the time

-to think up these tricks?

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-Between pasties, maybe.

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-Be careful now.

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-In order

-to extend their catchment area...

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-..they attempt to send

-a Mansel employee into space...

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-..unbeknown to him!

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-What am I going to do with this?

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-What am I going to do with this?

-

-Hold it.

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-I'm not going to light that.

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-I'm not going to light that.

-

-You chicken!

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-Oh, is it a party popper?

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-Light it off there, Chipsy.

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-Give me it

-and I'll light it off there.

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-What is it? Is it streamers?

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-What is it? Is it streamers?

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-No.

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-Is that a rocket?

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-Open the window.

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-It looks like a nuclear warhead.

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-Are you ready?

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-Make a wish.

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-CHEERING

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-They might not be in space

-but they've reached Carmarthen!

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-We're like a satellite garage...

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-..doing a lot of local companies.

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-OK.

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-It's probably 40 vehicles

-coming here for six weeklies.

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-It's mostly general maintenance...

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-..and breakdowns with Mansel Davies.

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-This lorry isn't owned by Mansel but

-a local farmer has a noisy problem.

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-It's the sensor

-in the air pressure gauge.

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-The gauge has been

-shooting up and down.

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-It's more annoying than a big issue

-due to the buzzer...

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-..but it needs fixing.

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-It's a nuisance.

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-It works fine

-but it's annoying for the driver.

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-I'm replacing a faulty sensor

-and hope it solves the problem.

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-This measures the amount of air

-that you have in the tank.

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-If it's faulty, the gauge goes up

-to show there isn't air in the tank.

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-There's plenty of air in this tank

-but the sensor is faulty.

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-These days, there are sensors

-for everything on the lorries.

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-You can't repair it yourself...

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-..so you have to come

-to these garages.

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-They hook it up to a laptop

-and it detects any problems.

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-This lorry is over ten years old.

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-I doubt I'll be able to make

-a claim on the warranty now.

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-These lorries are very expensive...

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-..so it's important to have

-all the correct parts.

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-The gauge wasn't working...

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-..and it was causing

-my stress levels to rise.

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-That's it. All done.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

-

-No problem.

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-Very good.

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-Mind how you go.

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-The lorry is alright and

-the beeping in the cab has stopped.

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-HORN

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-But there's plenty of other beeps

-to show another happy customer.

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-Each lorry in the fleet

-needs a service every six weeks.

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-Jack Vaughn is the man who ensures

-there's a regular supply of parts.

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-Where's the sensor?

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-Where's the sensor?

-

-It's here. That's what you want.

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-It's the oil pressure sensor.

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-Where were the ones yesterday?

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-They were in the box.

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-What box?

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-What box?

-

-The box I gave you yesterday.

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-No, not yesterday.

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-Yes.

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-They were there for you.

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-Here you go.

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-I deliver the parts

-to all the garages.

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-Mans has four garages but

-I deliver to other customers too.

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-The parts keep the lorries

-on the road.

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-It's a large area to cover.

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-It's the whole of the old Dyfed.

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-I go as far north as Penrhyncoch,

-as far east as Neath...

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-..all of Pembrokeshire

-and Llandovery.

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-They install gearboxes

-and engines...

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-..but these Volvos

-don't need them often.

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-The caskets are the worst.

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-These small contractors

-need a load of them.

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-We don't have forklifts

-so we roll them out...

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-..but we manage it.

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-Jack could sell a kebab

-to a vegetarian...

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-..and has his own sideline.

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-Let me tell you something.

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-I've got a few parts in here

-to deliver...

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-..but take a look at this.

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-I've got a special offer for you.

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-This is a special offer.

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-Look at this brush.

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-It has an extendable handle...

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-..so that you can reach up high

-to wash the lorries.

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-This is my special offer.

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-It's 20 plus VAT, just for you.

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-It's good for washing the windows.

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-I got one for the misses to wash the

-conservatory and it's a good worker.

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-The brush he's talking about,

-isn't it?

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-It's Friday afternoon and I need

-to go home to play with my toys.

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-He must have another brush.

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-HORN

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-A few happy beeps and off he goes.

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-It doesn't appear to be

-quite as easy for poor Alan.

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-Hello, Andy.

-I've arrived in Llangefni.

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-There's a bit of a problem.

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-There's six lorries in front of me

-but they are tipping them slowly.

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-It's the dryers

-that have come to a standstill.

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-They dry the milk,

-or process it, I should say...

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-..but they stop working sometimes.

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-One day, they had an issue

-with the computers.

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-I couldn't help them with that!

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-It'll be about two or three hours.

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-I'll be on the pump

-for about two hours.

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-It's been a long day for Alan

-but will be arrive home tonight?

0:22:140:22:20

-I've got enough time so I might

-make it to Dolgellau or Machynlleth.

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-I usually manage it.

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-I haven't done

-a lot of driving today.

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-It's four and a half hours.

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-I've only driven for that.

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-I'm paid per hour.

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-If I'm here all day, I'm still paid,

-fair do's to them.

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-It's fine by me.

0:22:420:22:44

-They are ready for me

-so I can unload the milk.

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-Thank you.

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-Between the puncture

-and bacon baps...

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-..Alan will reach his bed in the

-back of the cab before night falls.

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