Pennod 5 Celwydd Noeth


Pennod 5

Yn mynd am y jacpot mae'r ffrindiau Cai Thomas a Huw Evans a'r brawd a chwaer Peredur Davies ac Angharad Morgan. Competing are Huw Thomas & Cai Evans and Peredur Davies & Anghar...


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-With 10,000 at stake,

-could you spot the barefaced lie?

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Hello and welcome

-to Celwydd Noeth...

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-..the show where the contestants

-must find lies among truths...

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-..in order to win up to 10,000.

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-It's a simple premise,

-and there are no questions.

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-All they have to do is find the lie

-among a series of facts.

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-Last time, friends Cai and Huw from

-Caernarfon reached the second level.

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-They're back

-and they want that 10,000.

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-Please welcome back Cai and Huw.

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-Welcome back, both of you.

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-Welcome back, both of you.

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-Thank you.

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-You're lifelong friends.

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-Hopefully,

-we still will be after this!

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-You're not doing too badly.

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-You teach Psychology.

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-Remind us what you do, Huw.

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-Remind us what you do, Huw.

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-I'm in local government finance.

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-You're used to money matters.

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-Cai's also an occasional

-expert hairdresser.

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-If I do start a business,

-this is good marketing!

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-But you do cut Huw's hair.

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-But you do cut Huw's hair.

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-Every now and then, yes.

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-Good luck to you both.

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-To win the 10,000 jackpot,

-you must climb from level to level.

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-Of the series of facts

-on every level, one will be a lie.

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-You must select and lock the lie

-before your time runs out.

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-Good luck. Let's play Celwydd Noeth.

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-Last time, you won 500.

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-Instead of banking,

-you decided to go on to 750.

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-The Lucky Three now comes into play.

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-You decide when to use it.

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-When you do, you'll only have ten

-seconds to choose and lock the lie.

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-Here are the categories.

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-This is what you have left.

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-Rugby, Film Stars, Ingredients...

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-..Reptiles, World War Two

-and Old Computer Games.

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-Which ones are your strong points?

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-Huw said Film Stars,

-and we should both be OK with that.

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-We might be OK with Ingredients.

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-We both enjoy cooking.

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-I do cook, but...

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-I do cook, but...

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-But!

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-What do you cook, Huw?

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-Chicken alfredo.

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-It's just a posh name

-for pasta with chicken!

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-And what's your signature dish?

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-And what's your signature dish?

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-I really enjoy making chilli.

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-Do you?

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-Do you?

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-Yes, I do.

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-We'll go for that then.

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-We'll go for that then.

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-OK, we'll go for Ingredients.

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-Ingredients.

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-Here are the facts.

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-Neapolitan ice cream

-has three different flavours.

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-Sugar sweetens food.

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-The leaves of the mustard plant

-give mustard its taste.

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-Traditionally,

-oranges are used to make marmalade.

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-Four facts,

-and your minute starts now.

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-The first one is right -

-chocolate, vanilla and strawberry.

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-Sugar does sweeten food.

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-With the mustard one,

-I think it's the seeds.

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-Marmalade and oranges makes sense.

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-It strikes me

-that the mustard one is the lie.

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-I agree.

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-OK.

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-Thirty seconds.

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-You didn't need a minute.

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-Do you like ice cream?

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-Do you like ice cream?

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-Yes.

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-Are you sure it's Neapolitan

-that has three flavours?

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-I remember as a child having

-chocolate, vanilla and strawberry.

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-Do you eat marmalade?

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-I hate marmalade, but Dad

-will go through a jar in no time.

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-And it's orange.

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-And it's orange.

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-Yes!

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-You're happy with your choice.

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-You haven't banked anything,

-as I said earlier.

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-For 750, the leaves of the mustard

-plant give mustard its taste.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You have won 750. Well done.

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-You were right, it's the seeds.

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-Do you want to bank?

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-Do you want to bank?

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-Next time, if we're right!

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-We'll risk it.

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-We'll risk it.

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-On we go for 1,000 then.

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-The categories.

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-We'll go for Film Stars.

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-We're both OK with films.

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-Better than you are with rugby?

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-No, we're not rugby boys.

-We're not built for it.

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-Film Stars, I think.

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-Film Stars it is.

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-You have five facts this time.

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-In The Edge Of Love,

-Matthew Rhys portrayed Dylan Thomas.

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-Ioan Gruffudd plays Iron Man

-in the Marvel films.

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-Rhys Ifans appeared in Notting Hill.

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-Daniel Craig made his debut

-as James Bond in Casino Royale.

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-Leonardo di Caprio

-was The Wolf Of Wall Street.

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-You still have your Lucky Three

-and the time starts now.

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-I've seen The Wolf Of Wall Street,

-and it was Leonardo di Caprio.

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-I agree.

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-Rhys Ifans ran around in his boxers

-in Notting Hill.

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-Casino Royale

-was Daniel Craig's first Bond film.

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-Everyone made a fuss

-because he didn't have black hair.

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-I haven't seen The Edge Of Love.

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-No, me neither.

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-I'm sure Ioan Gruffudd

-was Mr Fantastic.

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-Yes. Yes, you're right.

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-Robert Downey Jr?

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-He was Iron Man.

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-If you're happy,

-we'll go for that one.

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-And lock it?

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-And lock it?

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-Yes.

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-Happy?

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-I hope so.

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-You've seen enough of those.

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-You've seen enough of those.

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-A lot of the Iron Mans!

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-You haven't banked anything.

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-How did you intend

-to spend any winnings?

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-I'm saving for a deposit on a house.

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-Cai?

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-Cai?

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-I'm trying for a motorbike licence.

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-If we go far enough,

-I might buy a motorbike.

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-You don't have a bike yet?

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-You don't have a bike yet?

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-Or a licence, or a helmet. Nothing!

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-You need as much as you can then!

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-You need as much as you can then!

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-Yes, please.

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-Hopefully,

-you'll have 1,000 between you.

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-Ioan Gruffudd plays Iron Man

-in the Marvel films.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You do have 1,000.

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-You were spot on.

-Robert Downey Jr does play Iron Man.

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-You can get a helmet now!

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-You can get a helmet now!

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-I hope so.

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-Are you going to bank 1,000?

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-I fancy doing that.

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-Leaving with 1,000 would make it

-a happy trip back to Caernarfon.

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-But not on a motorbike!

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-But not on a motorbike!

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-No!

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-Four wheels for now!

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-You're banking 1,000.

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-On we go to 1,500.

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-Let's have another look

-at your categories.

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-We're halfway,

-so four categories remain.

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-For me, it's between

-Old Computer Games and Reptiles.

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-What do you fancy?

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-I'd prefer Old Computer Games.

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-I'd prefer Old Computer Games.

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-We'll have that then, please.

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-Old Computer Games.

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-Good luck. Here are your six facts.

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-The Mario Brothers

-are Luigi and Mario.

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-The Game Boy

-was a hand-held console.

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-Ghosts chase Pac-Man.

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-Tetris uses circular shapes.

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-Sonic the Hedgehog is blue.

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-Space Invaders

-is a classic computer game.

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-Six facts, and your time starts now.

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-You have to talk about Sonic.

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-Sonic immediately jumps out.

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-I'm quite comfortable

-that he's a blue hedgehog.

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-Space Invaders

-is an old-fashioned game.

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-A true classic, yes.

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-Four ghosts chase Pac-Man.

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-I've got that on my mobile now!

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-What a geek!

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-Did you have a Game Boy?

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-Yes. I've still got it.

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-Yes. I've still got it.

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-Was it hand-held?

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-It was.

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-It was.

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-Mine was too.

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-Luigi and Mario are brothers.

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-Were they Mario Brothers

-or Super Mario Brothers?

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-But Tetris didn't use circles.

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-But Tetris didn't use circles.

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-Twenty seconds.

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-Are we happy to go with that?

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-Are we happy to go with that?

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-I'm happy that it's the lie.

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-Listening to you,

-you know your computer games.

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-It's surprising

-that you did so well at school!

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-You did pause

-over the Mario Brothers.

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-I didn't want to be

-caught out on a technicality.

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-That they're

-the Super Mario Brothers.

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-Are you confident that you're right?

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-Are you confident that you're right?

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-We're happy, yes.

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-This is for 1,500.

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-Tetris uses circular shapes.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-You're right,

-and you have won 1,500.

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-You worked everything out neatly.

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-There's 1,000 in the bank

-and 1,500 on the table.

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-The next step is 2,500.

-What do you want to do?

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-Shall we go on?

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-We're happy to go on.

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-I'm happy that you're doing so too.

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-Come back after the break

-when Cai and Huw seek more lies.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to Celwydd Noeth.

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-I'm with Cai and Huw

-from Caernarfon.

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-You have 1,000 in the bank.

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-You could have taken 1,500 home.

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-But you decided to go for 2,500.

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-Can you believe

-how close you are to 10,000?

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-Looking at the board,

-it seems quite close.

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-The money goes up in big steps now.

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-It'll be harder for us to decide

-whether or not to carry on.

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-But we'll go on for now, at least.

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-So 2,500, then 5,000 and 10,000.

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-We'll go for 2,500.

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-Here are the remaining categories.

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-Rugby, Reptiles and World War Two.

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-We've still got the Lucky Three...

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-..so with three answers,

-it'll be like an earlier round.

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-It depends on how comfortable

-you are with the Second World War...

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-..because I'm not

-particularly comfortable with it.

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-Why are you drawn to World War 2?

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-Why are you drawn to World War 2?

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-I know more about it than the rest.

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-You don't fancy Rugby, do you?

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-You don't fancy Rugby, do you?

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-We're too nervous to go for Rugby.

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-An easy question could be OK.

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-A hard one could throw us.

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-Getting Rugby wrong

-would bring more shame!

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-Which category do you like?

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-Which category do you like?

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-Not Reptiles!

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-Do we risk 500 on Reptiles or play

-safe with the Second World War?

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-Let's go for Reptiles

-because we've got the Lucky Three.

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-Reptiles, please, Nia.

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-OK, Reptiles.

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-There are seven facts this time.

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-Reptiles are cold-blooded animals.

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-Lonesome George

-was the last Pinta Island tortoise.

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-An iguana is a type of lizard.

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-Crocodiles can swim.

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-Michelangelo was one

-of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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-Snakes don't have bones.

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-Alligators live in Florida.

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-Seven facts.

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-You still have the Lucky Three,

-and your minute starts now.

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-I'm happy

-that they're cold-blooded.

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-I don't know about Lonesome George.

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-I don't know about Lonesome George.

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-Nor me.

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-I'm happy

-that an iguana is a lizard.

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-Of course crocodiles can swim.

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-Or is that alligators?

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-I'm sure they can both swim.

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-Michelangelo was one

-of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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-Snakes don't have bones.

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-Snakes don't have bones.

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-No.

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-Don't they?

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-Don't they?

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-I don't think so.

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-How would they move?

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-I don't know.

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-I'm between the snakes

-and Lonesome George.

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-What about the iguana?

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-I'm happy that it's a lizard.

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-Yes, it is.

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-Should we...

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-Should we...

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-Yes, use the Lucky Three.

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-You had 13 seconds left.

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-Three facts will now reappear.

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-Crocodiles can swim.

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-Snakes don't have bones.

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-Alligators live in Florida.

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-Your ten seconds start now.

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-I think they can swim.

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-I think it's alligators

-that can swim.

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-You decide.

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-I thought you'd agreed earlier

-that crocodiles can swim.

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-That was what I felt.

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-I was between the snakes

-and Lonesome George.

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-Do alligators live in Florida?

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-I know that one's true.

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-I've stayed

-at a friend's house in Florida...

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-..and the back garden was caged off

-to keep alligators out.

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-That's a dangerous place.

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-These snakes.

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-You mentioned that you studied

-Biology together, but not snakes?

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-You have 1,000 in the bank.

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-This could take you to 2,500.

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-Cai and Huw, the best of luck.

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-Crocodiles can swim.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-No, so where is it?

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-You were right, Cai.

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-You were right, Cai.

-

-Snakes.

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-Oh, well...

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-What do you want to say to Cai?

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-I'll always remember

-that crocodiles can swim now.

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-You do have 1,000.

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-That's reason enough to smile.

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-I'm sorry you have to leave

-and not go any further...

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-..but you'll always remember

-alligators, crocodiles and snakes.

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-They have a skull, a jawbone,

-a spine and ribs, apparently.

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-Thanks for the information!

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-Thanks for the information!

-

-You're welcome. Any time!

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-Thank you for competing,

-and you do go home with 1,000.

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-I was happy with the categories

-when they came up.

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-We weren't sure about one or two,

-so we kept clear of those.

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-But we're happy with how we did.

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-Let's meet our next contestants

-who hope to win 10,000.

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-Peredur and Angharad,

-siblings from Pwllheli.

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-Welcome.

-It's nice to see siblings competing.

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-Neither of you

-still live in Pwllheli.

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-I live in Llanrug

-and Peredur lives in Lancaster.

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-What do you do?

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-I'm an electrical engineer

-at a power station.

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-How long have you been there?

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-How long have you been there?

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-About 18 months.

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-Are you enjoying it?

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-Are you enjoying it?

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-Yes.

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-What do you do?

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-What do you do?

-

-I'm a chartered accountant.

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-I hear you both like to go fast.

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-I hear you both like to go fast.

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-Yes.

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-I blame Angharad

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-I blame Angharad

-

-And I blame Dad.

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-You compete in rallies.

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-You compete in rallies.

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-I navigate.

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-Every other weekend.

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-So, you shout out the instructions.

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-So, you shout out the instructions.

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-On the maps, yes.

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-This is your father's influence.

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-This is your father's influence.

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-He rallied when he was our age.

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-He now organizes races and marshals

-and so on, to keep involved.

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-Big brother?

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-Big sister!

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-Big sister!

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-Big sister, little brother.

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-Was she a good big sister?

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-She was OK.

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-She was OK.

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-Your only sister?

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-We're stuck with each other!

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-Stick together now

-as we play Celwydd Noeth.

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-We start with 250.

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-Here are your categories.

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-Mountains.

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-Shakespeare.

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-The Earth.

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-The Number Two.

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-World War One.

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-Motown.

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-Films.

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-Stadiums.

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-Peredur could manage The Earth.

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-It's an extensive subject.

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-We'll see.

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-What about Motown?

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-I do play the trumpet.

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-I might be able

-to pick something out there.

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-You do all kinds of things!

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-You do all kinds of things!

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-That's why I wanted him here!

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-They're not bad then.

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-They're not bad then.

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-They could be a lot worse.

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-Where do you want to start?

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-As you put your head on the block,

-how about Motown?

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-Or do you want to keep that?

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-Or do you want to keep that?

-

-I don't know.

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-How are you on Shakespeare?

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-How are you on Shakespeare?

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-Yes, go for Shakespeare.

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-Very well. Shakespeare.

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-Here are two facts.

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-Shakespeare's first name was Wilbur.

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-The Montagues and Capulets were

-the families in Romeo And Juliet.

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-Your 30 seconds start now.

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-His name was William.

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-The Montagues and Capulets were

-definitely in Romeo And Juliet.

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-We both know that

-about Romeo And Juliet.

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-Twenty seconds.

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-His name was William.

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-No, no!

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-Oh, yes, the one that's wrong.

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-You're looking for the lie.

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-Ten seconds.

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-Remember, the lie.

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-You're pretty confident then.

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-Are you familiar

-with Romeo And Juliet, Peredur?

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-I've heard the names.

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-I've heard the names.

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-I remember reading it at school.

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-For 250,

-we wish you the best of luck.

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-Shakespeare's first name was Wilbur.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

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-A good start. You have 250.

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-William.

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-Bill to his friends, or Will.

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-Do you want to bank?

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-Do you want to bank?

-

-I think we'll carry on.

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-On we go for 500,

-and here are the categories.

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-Where do you fancy going?

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-What about the First World War?

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-What about the First World War?

-

-That would be my choice as well.

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-We'd know a bit about it,

-but not enough to leave until later.

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-OK, the First World War, please.

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-The First World War.

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-Three facts this time.

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-World War I started in 1914.

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-The War ended on 11 November 1919.

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-Hedd Wyn died in the trenches

-before he could be chaired in 1917.

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-Three facts,

-and 30 seconds starting now.

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-The first one is right.

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-It was 1914 to 1918.

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-Which means

-that the second one is a lie...

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-..because it ended in 1918.

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-It was 11 November, but in 1918.

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-I know that Hedd Wyn

-died in the war.

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-We'll go for that one then.

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-Hedd Wyn, the Black Chair and so on.

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-Ten seconds.

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-You seemed happy with 1914.

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-And you think

-that the Hedd Wyn fact is also true.

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-What's wrong with the second one?

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-What's wrong with the second one?

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-The War ended in 1918.

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-Hopefully!

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-Let's see, for 500.

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-The War ended on 11 November 1919.

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-Is that the barefaced lie?

0:22:420:22:44

-Correct. You have 500.

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-The eleventh hour of the eleventh

-day of the eleventh month.

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-But the year was 1918.

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-Excellent. You now have 500,

-so do you want to bank?

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-Crack on, I think.

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-We'll go on.

0:23:090:23:10

-The rally spirit's in evidence!

0:23:110:23:13

-We're gathering momentum,

-and we will crack on, but next time.

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-Peredur and Angharad seek more lies

-on Celwydd Noeth next time.

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-I hope you join us as well.

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Yn mynd am y jacpot mae'r ffrindiau Cai Thomas a Huw Evans a'r brawd a chwaer Peredur Davies ac Angharad Morgan. Competing are Huw Thomas & Cai Evans and Peredur Davies & Angharad Morgan.