Pennod 2 Tony ac Aloma: I'r Gresham


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Ymunwn â Tony ac Aloma wrth iddynt ymweld ag Ynys Môn a Chaernarfon i lofnodi copïau o'u llyfr newydd. Fly on the wall series following popular singing duo Tony and Aloma.


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-# Hey, hey, hey

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-# Listen to the music

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-# Tonight's a big night

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-# I've got something

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-# Yes, yes, yes, I've got something

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-# Something to say

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-# Tony, Tony, Tony

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-# Aloma #

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-They've sold over 100,000 records

-and made six television series.

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-Tony and Aloma

-are iconic Welsh figures...

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-..the perfect duet.

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-They've shone on our stages

-and television sets for 40 years.

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-# Tony, Tony, Tony

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-# Aloma #

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-They have been running

-a Blackpool hotel for 20 years.

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-The touring is over.

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-Their devoted fans travel

-to The Gresham to see their heroes.

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-Is there anyone from Anglesey here?

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-Anyone from Caernarfon here?

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-Anyone from Caernarfon here?

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-Yes!

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-Well, tough!

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-This song is about Anglesey,

-mother of Wales.

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-# Anglesey, Mother of Wales #

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-Tony and Aloma's new book

-was launched at The Gresham.

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-But with Christmas approaching...

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-..the publishers are keen for them

-to meet their fans back home.

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-# Back home

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-# In Wales #

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-No matter where I've come from,

-the bridge is the journey's end.

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-As Mam says, "There isn't

-a bridge like it in the world!"

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-We're on Anglesey.

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-It's the week before Christmas.

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-Y Lolfa has organized book signings

-in Caernarfon and Menai Bridge.

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-Look at me with the umbrella!

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Hello, how are you?

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-Hiya.

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-Hello, Jean. How are you?

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-Tony, thanks very much.

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-Emyr Ddreiniog.

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-Yes!

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-Can you write

-"Happy Christmas, Iona", please?

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-Are you alright?

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-As good as I can be.

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-She's noisy -

-and that's always a good sign.

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-In other words, I'm mouthy!

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-In other words, I'm mouthy!

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-Silence is a bad sign.

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-Tudur Owen's

-got more photographs than you.

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-Do you think he looks like Nain?

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-OK.

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-Are you avoiding anyone

-in Caernarfon?

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-Um... no.

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-Sure?

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-No! An old girlfriend or something?

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-I see. We'll see.

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-We'll see.

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-# Who has fallen in love

-forever more?

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-# Only you and me

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-# Only you

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-# Only you #

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-At the Caernarfon launch...

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-..Gwyneth Glyn and her husband

-Dafydd Emyr perform their songs.

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-Music producer Dyl Mei quizzed them

-about their careers...

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-..and dealing with constant requests

-to sing a song.

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-Will you sing me a song?

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-Will you sing me a song?

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-Not tonight. We're going to eat.

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-Just one song.

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-Maybe later on.

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-I've bought your record.

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-I've bought your record.

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-Oh, yes?

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-What do you do?

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-I'm a builder.

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-Between the prawn cocktail

-and the steak...

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-..build me a wall there.

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-Oh, come on!

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-Come on!

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-Are you a football fan?

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-Are you a football fan?

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-Football?

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-Who do you support?

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-Who do you support?

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-Liverpool, I'm afraid.

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-Me too.

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-Me too.

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-Shake on it!

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-Back in Blackpool, Aloma's daughter,

-Emma, is hard at work in the hotel.

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-In the meantime,

-Nain picks up Lily from the nursery.

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-Hiya.

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-Hiya.

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-Hello, love.

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-Hello!

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-Did you think I'd forgotten you?

-Shall we sign you out then?

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-Come on then. Hold hands.

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-There's a generation gap

-where my family's concerned.

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-My grandson, Dawna's son, is 21.

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-There are only a few months

-between my first grandchild...

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-..and my youngest daughter.

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-Yes, it's extremely tiring.

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-But they keep me going.

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-They keep me young.

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-To add to it all, we've got Lily.

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-She's full of life.

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-There's no stopping her.

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-Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom!

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-Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom!

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-I was 60 this time last year.

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-I considered throwing a big party...

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-..and inviting a lot of old friends.

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-But unfortunately,

-I'd had health problems.

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-I lost a lot of weight and was

-back and forth from hospital.

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-The results of many

-of the oscopies hadn't come back.

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-I wasn't sure how things would be.

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-This year, we decided it would be

-an opportunity to go out for a meal.

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-Aloma's family travelled from

-Anglesey to join the celebrations.

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-Aloma gets a chance to catch up

-with her eldest daughter, Dawna.

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-Are you going to buy everybody

-a drink?

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-Aloma, excuse me.

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-The youngest has had enough

-attention! What about the oldest?!

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-Tony is a ho-ho-honorary member

-of the family.

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-Godfather.

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-Godfather.

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-Yes, godfather!

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-# Happy birthday to you

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-# Happy birthday to you #

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-Oh, that's nice.

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-LAUGHTER

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-What happened there?

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-What happened there?

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-He was being a busybody!

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-He tripped

-and almost landed on his face!

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-Not me, the other bloke!

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-I came to this church

-two nights after Emma's birth.

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-She was so tiny,

-they wouldn't discharge her.

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-I came to church at midnight

-for the first time in many years.

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-The next morning...

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-..the doctor said I could take her

-home, to give her a better chance.

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-I took her home,

-and she's with us tonight.

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-Come on, boys! Let's start running!

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-Fatboy Slim, or someone,

-is in the Winter Gardens.

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-That's why it's so busy.

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-Half the staff have gone to see him.

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-Are you a Fatboy Slim fan, Roy?

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-Are you a Fatboy Slim fan, Roy?

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-No. I don't like DJs, sorry.

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-No, Musicians' Union!

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-Roy and Aloma have been together...

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-..since they began performing

-as a cabaret duet in the 1970s.

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-Thank you and welcome back.

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-And now for something different -

-two pianos and two people.

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-Aloma and our regular accompanist,

-Roy James.

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-# Piano Medley #

-Bargoni, Liszt, Mozart, Tchaikovsky

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-A nice clean ashtray to start with.

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-Roy and Aloma

-are spending Christmas in Tenerife.

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-They have travelled extensively

-over the years...

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-..but this will be their first

-foreign trip in 20 years.

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-Do you want a cup of tea

-before you go?

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-Yeah.

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-You don't need a passport

-so often nowadays.

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-No!

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-Our old passports

-are here somewhere.

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-When we were writing the book...

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-..I couldn't remember

-the places or dates.

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-Roy found our old passports.

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-They were all stamped,

-or our visas were attached.

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-Our passports were full of stamps...

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-..including our time on the cruises.

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-We followed the stamps to see

-where we were from year to year.

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-I've never been

-a disorganized person.

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-Usually, I know where everything is.

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-It's in order and packed.

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-But we were away this weekend, and

-between the book and the launch...

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-..I stuffed everything in the case

-and I'll sort it once I'm there.

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-Roy said, "If you haven't got it,

-you can buy it."

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-What are you doing?

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-What would you normally do

-over Christmas?

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-I've never been without them

-over Christmas.

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-I'm trying not to think about it

-or I'd change my mind about going.

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-I love Christmas.

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-We're usually all here.

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-Tony comes, his sister

-and her husband... whoever's around.

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-DOG BARKS

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-DOG BARKS

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-Here comes the taxi.

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-Alright, Richard?

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-Richard's taking us to the airport.

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-He has worked here for 12 years.

-He lived in the flat next door.

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-He was very young

-when he started here.

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-Richard almost calls me Mam,

-well, just about.

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-He wanted to see us off.

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-No crying.

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-Right, five o'clock. Come on!

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-Have a nice time, OK?

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-Have a nice time, OK?

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-And you!

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-I might be home tomorrow!

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-Bye-bye.

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-Be good for Father Christmas, OK?

-See you, girls.

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-Don't forget to text us

-when you get there.

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-Have a good holiday!

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-Thank you, Lily. Bye!

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-Christmas is a busy period

-for Blackpool's hotels.

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-This Christmas,

-The Gresham has closed its doors.

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-While Roy and Aloma are in Tenerife,

-Tony looks after the hotel.

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-We're now in the most important room

-in the hotel.

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-It's my flat, a bachelor pad.

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-No-one can bother me here.

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-For the first six years...

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-..Roy, Aloma and the children

-lived in the flat.

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-Are you hungry?

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-Where's Pinkie?

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-Pinkie's deaf.

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-One day, Emma asked me this.

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-"Tell me, I'm talking to my friends

-and I'm talking about you.

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-"They asked me, 'Who's Tony?'

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-"Who are you, Tony? What are you?"

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-She wanted to know who I was...

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-..to answer her friends.

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-"Are you my uncle?"

-"No, I'm not your uncle," I said.

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-"You tell your friends

-I'm a friend of the family."

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-Tony doesn't live

-with Aloma's family any more.

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-He still spends time

-with Emma and Lia.

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-Oh, Tony! Grandad jumpers for you.

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-Are they?

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-I can see you in one of those.

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-Have you got money on you?

-I came out with no money!

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-I came out with no money!

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-Back in The Gresham, the staff

-prepares for New Year's Eve.

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-But first, they must welcome Aloma

-back from holiday.

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-# Spring is approaching

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-# And the weather is mellowing

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-# The birds will return

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-# To sing in the valley

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-# The oak will awaken

-from its heavy sleep

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-# Tony and Aloma

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-# Why are you here?

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-# Your voice captivates me

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-# My love is still strong

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-# Tonight

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-# My heart longs for your company #

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-After a week relaxing in Tenerife...

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-..Roy and Aloma

-are back in the kitchen.

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-They're preparing

-a New Year's Eve supper for 80.

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-The kitchen's hotter than Tenerife.

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-But I'm not getting a suntan here,

-just wrinkles.

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-Tony's mind is on other things.

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-It's too heavy for me.

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-Come along, Tony.

-I'll hold the ladder.

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-Fold it again.

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-By the time you get to the top step,

-you could reach.

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-Put it there, Tony.

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-Fold the ladder back again

-and walk up half of it.

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-Could we put them up this way?

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-How did you get them up?

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-Tony!

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-Yes?

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-Yes?

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-You're going to knock them all down.

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-Pass me the red one please, Lily.

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-Right, leave it at that.

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-Come on, let's try again!

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-Come on, let's try again!

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-Tony, we've got stuff to do.

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-Don't give up.

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-Don't give up.

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-I'll have to leave you to it.

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-He who dares, wins.

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-It's very hot. Tell the girls

-to be careful with it.

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-Are you OK?

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-Brilliant now.

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-I took my dentures out.

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-I can't eat.

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-I've put them back

-so I can smile at you now!

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-He'd have a terrible stutter!

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-He would!

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-We've been here 25 years.

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-Only on one New Year's Eve

-have the balloons failed to release.

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-The idea is to pull the two strings.

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-I pull that one,

-and with a bit of luck...

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-..the string comes out

-and the balloons fall.

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-I hope.

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-It's 8.00pm on New Year's Eve.

-How are things?

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-I'm still in my apron.

-How do you think I feel?!

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-It'll be tomorrow

-by the time I'm ready.

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-Tony's started to celebrate already.

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-Tony's started to celebrate already.

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-The worst bit is over, the food.

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-That's the biggest pain.

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-We've been on the solids

-and it's now time for the liquids.

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-Tony finds it a pain

-to eat the food.

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-Yes.

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-That's all you've done, just

-sweated buckets, looking at me.

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-Oh, no! I've worked hard tonight.

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-Oh, no! I've worked hard tonight.

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-Yes.

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-Has he? You've got witnesses.

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-Has he? You've got witnesses.

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-Yes.

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-By 11.00pm, Blackpool's streets

-are full of revellers.

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-THEY CHEER

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-In The Gresham...

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-..Roy, Tony and Aloma make sure

-it's a New Year's Eve to remember.

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-# Good times never seemed so good

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-# I'm inclined #

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-What time is it? Five minutes to go.

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-Then we'll know whether it's worked.

-If it doesn't, he's sacked.

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-We'll see if it works.

-I'm quietly confident.

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-Are you?!

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-I'm not!

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-It's my big moment.

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-It's midnight, isn't it?

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-All this fuss over a few balloons...

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-..after all the preparations,

-the food and everything...

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-..it's make or break with balloons.

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-It's not the balloons,

-it's the system, the invention.

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-We'll argue now.

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-# You put your left leg in,

-your left leg out

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-# In, out, in, out,

-you shake it all about

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-# You do the hokey cokey

-and you turn around

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-# That's what it's all about

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-# Well, oh, the hokey cokey

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-# Oh, the hokey cokey

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-# Oh, the hokey cokey #

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-Almost there!

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-Five, four, three, two, one!

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-A happy new year everybody!

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-# For auld lang syne, my dear

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-# For auld lang syne

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-# We'll take a cup o' kindness yet

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-# For the sake

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-# Of auld lang syne #

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-A very happy new year everybody!

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-Oggie oggie oggie!

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Ymunwn â Tony ac Aloma wrth iddynt ymweld ag Ynys Môn a Chaernarfon i lofnodi copïau o'u llyfr newydd. Fly on the wall series following popular singing duo Tony and Aloma.