Pennod 2 Eisteddfod y Ffermwyr Ifanc


Pennod 2

Mwy o hwyl ac adloniant o Neuadd y Brangwyn, Abertawe. More fun and entertainment from the YFC Eisteddfod at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.


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-There was a taste there of our

-mannequin challenge.

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-You can see it in full on Twitter.

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-We're all over the social media

-tonight.

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-You can support your club

-through social media.

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-With me in the studio

-is Eirios Thomas...

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-..the Carmarthenshire Young Farmers

-organiser for the past 40 years...

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-..and today's president.

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-I've been involved for 40 years.

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-It has been a long

-period of my life.

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-The National Young Farmers

-Eisteddfod...

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-..happened first 40 years ago.

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-We were involved with a

-lot of work back then.

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-I have some fond memories.

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-In those days the Eisteddfod

-started at five in the afternoon.

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-It goes on from the early

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-Ifan has had fun backstage. I...

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-..members who've travelled here from

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-I'm looking forward to it, Anni.

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-Meinir, have you had a good day?

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-Yes, as I'm sure have you.

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-It's brought back a lot

-of memories of competing.

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-It's been a fun-filled day.

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-It's been very slick, that's what

-you expect from Carmarthenshire.

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-There's no need to move a muscle.

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-We've got plenty coming up for you

-from the light to the traditional.

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-You can tell Meinir

-is from Carmarthenshire!

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-Let's head back to the competitions

-and the Monologue competition.

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-This year,

-a lighter element is expected.

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-Here is Elin Mererid Lewis

-from Montgomery...

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-..performing

-Too much punch for Judy.

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-Resigned...

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-I think that's the word.

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-I'm resigned to the fact

-that it has happened.

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-If you go through life with

-a big guilt complex afterwards...

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-..you just end up hurting everybody

-else as well as yourself...

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-..'cos you get bitter and wound up.

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-Nothing I can do

-is going to change it, ever.

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-I wouldn't have harmed Joanna,

-my sister, not on purpose...

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-..so I don't feel guilty

-about killing her...

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-..because it was...

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-..an accident.

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-Here is Miriam Williams

-from Eryri with Ffydd.

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-A lump of a man, with a white beard

-down to his chest...

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-..hands like spades...

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-..and a smile that could melt

-the skin on your heels.

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-The second I clapped eyes on him,

-I knew it was him.

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-Him, and Mary, and Jesus Christ.

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-God doesn't reveal himself

-to just anyone, does he?

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-God seems quite a nice chap,

-I must say.

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-He always stops to chat.

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-Not about anything major,

-the weather and stuff like that.

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-Which makes sense, doesn't it?

-I woke up last night,

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-and God was talking to me.

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-Or rather, shouting at me,

-because that's what he was doing.

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-"Shift off your backside

-and do something" he shouted.

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-"It's high time

-you did something useful!"

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-I got up right away.

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-"Find the remote control!"

-he shouted again.

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-That's just what I did.

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-For example, let me tell you about

-the night my husband Clem left me.

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-The simple way to tell it

-is that he went to America.

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-But there's more to it than that.

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-Clem's a lorry driver.

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-Well, that's what he was.

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-I haven't seen or heard from him

-for years.

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-I remember him telling me once...

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-..that the lorry's steering wheel

-broke on the way up to North Wales.

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-"All those bends, you see," he said.

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-"Bend after bend. I like straight

-roads, like they have in America."

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-It wasn't the lorry's steering wheel

-that had broken.

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-It was the steering wheel

-in his head.

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-Then he said, "I want a new life in

-a house by the sea in California."

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-"You don't need to go to California

-to get a house by the sea," I said.

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-"You can get one in Wales."

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-He says, "Yes, I know, but there's

-no room to park the lorry."

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-For me, Christmas Day

-was an empty chair.

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-There were presents,

-but no presents for a boy.

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-I had to imagine the presents

-that I'd like to have had.

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-Guns to shoot people.

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-A cowboy suit to hide in.

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-An American cop's uniform

-to show my authority.

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-My imagination was fed

-by an old Kays catalogue.

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-Like a scrap of Christmas tinsel...

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-..still hanging in a corner

-in a sweltering June.

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-That's me.

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-Out of place. I don't belong.

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-Who do I belong to?

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-I don't want to, Mam!

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-I don't want to.

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-But she wanted a girl.

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-"Wear them! Wear them"

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-A frock, a bonnet and booties.

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-I don't want

-to go out like this, Mam!

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-"She's so pretty.

-And what's your name?"

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-"Robat!"

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-"Don't you dare say that again.

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-Your name is Ceinwen"!

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-So, every Christmas...

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-..I got everything

-that Mam wanted Ceinwen to have.

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-A pastry set.

-A pink plastic tea set.

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-A Wendy house. Dolls.

-A nurse's uniform.

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-My Little Pony. Curlers and tongs.

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-Knickers in various colours.

-Lipsticks.

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-That's me. Out of place.

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-Ho ho bloody ho!

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-There was one other

-competitor from Clwyd.

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-We couldn't show the Clwyd entry

-because of copyright reasons.

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-Many congratulations to them.

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-I'm here with the

-winner of the competition.

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-What was it like to win.

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-It's great.

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-I was panicking.

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-I forgot my clothes before going on.

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-I'd left my costume in

-the boot of the bus.

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-I Managed To Get A quick

-replacement.

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-I study drama at school.

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-I'm also part of a theatre company.

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-It's something I'd like

-to do in the future.

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-You certainly have the talent.

-Many congratulations.

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-Next the hymn singing competition.

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-The performer is called

-Elen Williams.

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-# Suai'r gwynt, suai'r gwynt

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-# Wrth fyned heibio i'r drws

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-# A Mair ar ei gwely gwair

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-# Wyliai ei baban tlws

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-# Syllai yn ddwys yn ei wyneb llon

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-# Canai ddiddanol gan

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-# Cwsg, cwsg, f'anwylyd bach

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-# Cwsg nes daw'r bore iach

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-# Cwsg, cwsg, cwsg

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-This is Sion Eilir Roberts.

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-Next up, Clwyd's performer

-singing Sirioldeb.

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-# Un fendith dyro im

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-# Ni cheisiaf ddim ond hynny

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-# Cael gras i'th garu di tra bwy

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-# Cael mwy o ras i'th garu

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-Here's Sian Roberts from Ynys Mon...

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-..singing Ceisiwch

-yn Gyntaf Deyrnas Ein Duw.

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-# Ceisiwch yn gyntaf deyrnas ein Duw

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-# A'i gyfiawnder ef

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-# A'r pethau hyn yn ychwaneg

-roir i chwi

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-# Halelwia, Halelwia!

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-# Halelwia, Halelwia, Halelwia!

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-This is the performer

-from Meirionnydd.

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-This is Tomos Heddwyn Griffiths.

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-# Fel yr hydd a fref am ddyfroedd

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-# Felly mae fy enaid i

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-# Yn dyheu am fod yn agos

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-# Er mwyn profi o'th gwmni di

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-# Ti dy hun yw fy nerth a'm twr

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-# A chyda thi, rwyf finnau'n siwr

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-# Mai tydi yw serch fy nghalon

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-# Ac O Dduw, addolaf di

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-Here is Brecnock

-with Diolch, Diolch, Iesu.

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-The performer is Anwen Price.

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-# Diolch, diolch, Iesu

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-# Diolch, diolch, Iesu yw fy nghan;

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-# Diolch, diolch, Iesu

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-# O diolch, diolch, Iesu

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-# Diolch, diolch, Iesu yw fy nghan

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-# Fedra i fyth mo'i amau

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-# Fedra i fyth mo'i amau

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-# O fedra i fyth mo'i amau

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-# Fedra i fyth mo'i amau yw fy nghan

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-Here is Gronw Ifan Ellis Griffith

-singing for Eryri.

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-The piece is called

-Cyffyrddaist yn fy ngalon.

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-# Cyffyrddaist yn fy nghalon

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-# A chusanu f'enaid llwm

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-# Anadlaist fywyd newydd

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-# Mewn i'm hysbryd gwan a thrwm

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-# Rhoist oleuni lle 'roedd t'wyllwch

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-# A fflam lle 'roedd ond duwch

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-# Cyffyrddaist

-yn fy nghalon garreg i

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-# Yn fy nghalon garreg i

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-Next up, Pembrokeshire

-and their entry.

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-This is Jessica Robinson

-singing Efailwen.

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-# Fel nabod Im yn llygru.

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-# Yr etifeddiaeth lan.

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-Now we have the entry

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-This is Hannah Richards

-singing Fel yr Hydd.

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-# Fel yr hydd a fref am ddyfroedd

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-# Felly mae fy enaid i

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-# Yn dyheu am fod yn agos

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-# Er mwyn profi o'th gwmni di

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-# Ti dy hun yw fy nerth a'm twr

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-# A chyda thi, rwyf finnau'n siwr

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-# Mai tydi yw serch fy nghalon

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-# Ac O Dduw, addolaf di

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-Here's Ceredigion's entry.

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-The performer is Elain Davies

-singing Mair.

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-# Briallu y clafiau...

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-# A mwyar y ffos...

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-..# Gofala amdanynt pob

-dydd a bob nos.

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-# Rhown foliant i Dduw.

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-# Am ein cadw ninnau'n fyw.

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-# Am fwyd ac am ddillad.

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-# Moliant i Dduw am ein cadw

-ninnau'n fyw.

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-It's a wonderful competition.

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-We are Still Waiting For the result.

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-I enjoyed all eight singers.

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-It was nice to see some

-boys singing.

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-I competed when I was a member.

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-When I worked for the YFC,

-obviously...

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-..I wasn't allowed to compete.

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-There are so many

-competitions these days.

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-I used to compete in the pop

-song competition...

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-..or the sketch competition.

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-I didn't want to compete on my own.

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-The preparations brings the

-community together.

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-That is very important.

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-You need writers and set

-designers, all kinds of people.

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-Everyone has an input

-into the process.

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-Thank you.

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-Join us after the break.

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-After the break,

-we'll have the duet competition.

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-Subtitles

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-Welcome back to the YFC Eisteddfod

-at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.

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-Next, the Duet for 26 and under

-competition.

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-I really enjoy the duet

-competitions.

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-Competitors could choose...

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-..any duet from Five Sacred Duets

-by Maldwyn Price.

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-Here is Nia Lloyd and Catrin Raymond

-from Pembrokeshire.

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-# Mor dirion dy drigfannau teg

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-# Dduw'r Lluoedd mwy na rhi

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-# Dy hyfryd dabernaclau fydd

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-# Mor agos atom ni

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-# Hiraetha f'enaid hyd na bwyf

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-# Am weld dy lysoedd Di

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-# Amdanat fyth ag uchel lef

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-# O Dduw y galwaf i

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-# Dedwydd a drig i'th dy o hyd

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-# Lle canant glod i Ti

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-# A'i galon ynddi hi

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-# Ymlaen yr ant o nerth i nerth

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-# Nes bod, pan ddel y daith i ben

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-# Yn Seion, ger dy fron

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-# A'r Arglwydd Dduw,

-eu haul a'u plaid

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-# Rydd ras a hedd ynghyd

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-# Ni ddiffyg am ddaioni byth

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-# I gywir glan ei fryd #

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-Here are the competitors from Eryri,

-Elenid a Modlen Alun.

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-# Doed doethion a'u dysgeidiaeth

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-# A mawrion byd a'u modd

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-# Doed eraill ag awdurdod

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-# Ac iechyd cyrff yn rhodd

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-# A ni, a'n pethau bychain

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-# Eu cynnig hwynt a gawn

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-# Does gennym ddysg na chyfoeth

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-# Pa beth, rai bach, a gawn?

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-# Fe wnawn bob dim i'w foddio

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-# Drwy wneud pob un yn iawn

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-# A gwell fydd dwyn y rheini

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-# I'w rhoi i'n Brenin mwyn

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-# Na'r rhoddion drutaf hebddynt

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-# A gall rhai bach eu dwyn #

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-Next up, Cerys Thomas

-and Mared Jones from Meirionnydd.

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-# Mor dirion dy drigfannau teg

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-# Dduw'r Lluoedd mwy na rhi

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-# Dy hyfryd dabernaclau fydd

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-# Mor agos atom ni

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-# Hiraetha f'enaid hyd na bwyf

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-# Am weld dy lysoedd Di

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-# Amdanat fyth ag uchel lef

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-# O Dduw y galwaf i

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-# Dedwydd a drig i'th dy o hyd

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-# Lle canant glod i Ti

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-# Dedwydd a nerther yn dy ffordd

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-# A'i galon ynddi hi

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-# Ymlaen yr ant o nerth i nerth

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-# Yn ddedwydd ac yn llon

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-# Nes bod, pan ddel y daith i ben

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-# Yn Seion, ger dy fron

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-# A'r Arglwydd Dduw,

-eu haul a'u plaid

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-# Rydd ras a hedd ynghyd

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-# Ni ddiffyg am ddaioni byth

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-# I gywir glan ei fryd #

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-And finally, Ffion a Heledd Thomas

-from Carmarthenshire.

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-# Mor dirion dy drigfannau teg

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-# Dduw'r Lluoedd mwy na rhi

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-# Dy hyfryd dabernaclau fydd

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-# Mor agos atom ni

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-# Hiraetha f'enaid hyd na bwyf

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-# Am weld dy lysoedd Di

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-# Dedwydd a drig i'th dy o hyd

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-# Lle canant glod i Ti

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-# Dedwydd a nerther yn dy ffordd

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-# A'i galon ynddi hi

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-# Ymlaen yr ant o nerth i nerth

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-# Yn ddedwydd ac yn llon

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-# Nes bod, pan ddel y daith i ben

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-# Yn Seion, ger dy fron

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-eu haul a'u plaid

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-# Ni ddiffyg am ddaioni byth

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-Before we get the results,

-let's go backstage.

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-This was an excellent competition.

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-I start with the duet from

-Pembrokeshire.

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-This Is The First time

-we've sung together.

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-I'm not sure if we'll win.

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-There are a lot of good duets.

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-I hope we'll be number one.

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-She is an excellent singer.

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-She is very professional.

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-I will be doing the folk

-dancing later.

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-You are on your own.

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-She's gone to prepare for

-another competition.

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-I will be singing in

-the choir later on.

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-It took us four hours to

-come down today.

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-We are staying down here

-this evening.

0:32:340:32:36

-You Look very smart.

0:32:410:32:42

-I haven't interviewed you before.

0:32:430:32:44

-This Is The First Time we've

-sang with The duet.

0:32:470:32:49

-We Are Singing In the choir later.

0:32:490:32:51

-We also competed in the mime

-competition.

0:32:580:33:00

-Good luck to the both of you.

0:33:000:33:02

-These Are familiar Faces.

0:33:020:33:03

-You are a dentist.

0:33:100:33:11

-I've Been Doing It For a year.

0:33:130:33:15

-I'm doing a masters degree in

-mathematics in Cardiff.

0:33:270:33:31

-Good luck to the both of you.

0:33:310:33:33

-Were All Eagerly Awaiting

-The Results.

0:33:330:33:35

-We'll Give You That Result As

-Join us after the break.

0:33:360:33:38

-Subtitles

0:33:410:33:42

-Now for some dancing

-and the 26 & Under competition.

0:33:570:34:00

-This is a new competition.

0:34:030:34:05

-We wanted to have this

-competition this year.

0:34:130:34:15

-It's for competitors who don't

-particularly enjoy singing.

0:34:190:34:22

-Carmarthenshire are famous

-for their folk dancers.

0:34:240:34:27

-I know some of them very well.

0:34:270:34:28

-The judge is from Ammanford.

0:34:370:34:39

-Carmarthenshire are opening

-the competition.

0:34:410:34:44

-The next competitors are from

-Montgomeryshire.

0:37:340:37:36

-The next dancers are from

-Ceredigion.

0:39:420:39:44

-One of the dancers, Gwenno, is

-having a birthday today.

0:39:520:39:55

-Many Happy Returns To her.

0:39:570:39:59

-Closing the competition are the

-group representing Pembrokeshire.

0:43:220:43:26

-The dancers were enjoying

-themselves.

0:45:170:45:19

-The Carmarthenshire Eisteddfod

-is a big thing.

0:45:230:45:25

-It takes place on Friday

-and Saturday.

0:45:280:45:30

-We Have now encorporated all

-the competitions.

0:45:360:45:39

-We even have disco dancing.

0:45:460:45:48

-There Are 15 Groups In The Disco

-Dancing Competitions.

0:45:490:45:52

-It's great that these County

-EisteddfodS are independent.

0:45:560:46:00

-The YFC is a democratic institution.

0:46:050:46:07

-You've been 40 years in the Job.

0:46:070:46:09

-I'm Leaving At Christmas.

0:46:110:46:12

-I Might help out the new

-person for a while.

0:46:150:46:17

-On behalf of everyone, thank

-you for all your work.

0:46:210:46:23

-Enjoy the rest of the competitions.

0:46:240:46:26

-Here is the hymn singing results.

0:46:290:46:31

-Plenty more competitions still

-to come after this short break.

0:46:430:46:47

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0:46:470:46:47

-Subtitles

0:46:530:46:54

-Welcome back to the YFC Eisteddfod.

0:46:570:46:59

-You can contact us via social media.

0:47:060:47:08

-All the details are on the screen.

0:47:100:47:12

-We really want to hear from you.

0:47:180:47:20

-The winner of the hymn

-singing is back stage.

0:47:380:47:41

-You really Touched me when

-you sang that hymm.

0:47:470:47:49

-It's nice to sing something

-different.

0:47:530:47:55

-It was a real shock to win.

0:47:550:47:57

-You must have impressed the judges.

0:48:040:48:06

-You have only been a

-Member for a year.

0:48:160:48:18

-Now it's time to find out

-who won the Chair and Crown.

0:48:220:48:25

-Good evening.

0:48:380:48:39

-Welcome to the chairing

-And Crowning ceremonies.

0:48:450:48:47

-We are crowning and chairing

-in the same ceremony.

0:49:070:49:09

-The Crown has been given By the

-Carmarthenshire Federation.

0:49:140:49:17

-It is being carried by Dylan Bowen,

-the man who made the Crown.

0:49:320:49:36

-The maker of the chair,

-Bedwyn Rees, is also here.

0:49:440:49:46

-We'd like to thank the man who

-donated the chair.

0:49:550:49:58

-The Crown is given for a short

-story, or a diary.

0:50:040:50:06

-The scene was sports or rural life.

0:50:180:50:20

-The chair is given for a Poem

-on the theme of sunrise.

0:50:250:50:28

-The adjudicators are very

-special this year.

0:50:420:50:45

-The adjudicator of the Crown is

-a former president...

0:50:570:51:00

-..of Carmarthenshire YFC.

0:51:000:51:02

-She is very well respected.

0:51:020:51:03

-You want to know if someone

-has won the crown.

0:51:150:51:17

-There were three who came to

-the top of the tree.

0:51:280:51:31

-I'm glad to say there will

-be a crowning.

0:51:330:51:35

-I hope the YFC will publish this

-story for everyone to read it.

0:51:490:51:52

-The can this year goes to Gwenlli.

0:51:550:51:57

-We will now find out if

-anyone has won the chair.

0:52:120:52:14

-I'd like to welcome the

-adjudicator up to the lectern.

0:52:190:52:22

-Good evening and thank

-you for the welcome.

0:52:310:52:33

-It's An Honour to judge this

-competition.

0:52:390:52:42

-We received 10 Entries. Thanks to

-the poets who sent in their work.

0:52:490:52:53

-The standard Was High and we

-do have a worthy winner.

0:52:590:53:01

-There was a traditional

-structure to the poem.

0:53:080:53:11

-It starts with a funeral And then

-reflects the death of the culture...

0:53:200:53:23

-with the death of the old man.

0:53:230:53:25

-Then we have the young

-people Realising...

0:53:340:53:36

-..That Culture is worth

-fighting for.

0:53:400:53:42

-There is real poetry here.

0:53:440:53:45

-The strict meter is used

-well in this poem.

0:53:490:53:51

-It's a Poem That really excited

-me. Bran is the Winner.

0:54:000:54:03

-The winner of the Crown is Naomi

-Seren NicHolas from Pembrokeshire.

0:54:420:54:45

-She is in her final year at

-Aberystwyth University...

0:54:510:54:54

-..studying Welsh and drama.

0:54:550:54:56

-The winner of the chair is

-Iestyn Tyne from Snowdonia.

0:55:020:55:05

-He is in his second year studying

-Welsh at Aberystwyth University.

0:55:150:55:19

-Is there peace?

0:55:270:55:28

-We sheathe the sword and you can

-both sit to receive your applause.

0:55:450:55:48

-Now it's time to find out

-who won the Chair and Crown.

0:56:420:56:45

-Naomi Nicholas is the first ever

-winner of the Crown.

0:56:450:56:49

-reat to see them both

-hug each other?

0:56:490:56:51

-Welcome back to the YFC Eisteddfod

-at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.

0:56:510:56:55

-Yes, I went out

-to pick berries with Dad.

0:56:560:56:58

-I realised how easy it is to become

-obsessed with picking berries.

0:56:580:57:02

-That was the inspiration

-for the character of Teifi.

0:57:030:57:06

-Yes, certainly.

0:57:060:57:07

-I want to inspire children the same

-way my teachers inspired me.

0:57:070:57:11

-I was so lucky with the teachers

-I had...

0:57:110:57:14

-..at Ysgol Y Preseli

-and Ysgol Maenclochog.

0:57:140:57:17

-I'd love to play that role

-in the lives of Welsh children too.

0:57:170:57:21

-Fair play to you.

0:57:210:57:22

-Iestyn Tyne is all smiles

-in his new chair. Congratulations.

0:57:220:57:26

-This isn't your first chair.

0:57:280:57:29

-This isn't your first chair.

-

-This is my tenth.

0:57:290:57:30

-It's also the most special.

0:57:310:57:32

-It's also the most special.

-

-You're sweet.

0:57:320:57:34

-You've won one quite far from Wales.

0:57:350:57:37

-Yes, I won a chair

-at Trevelin in Patagonia.

0:57:380:57:40

-That was in May.

0:57:400:57:41

-I haven't been able

-to sit in that one yet.

0:57:420:57:44

-It's going to cost me 3,000

-to sit in it too!

0:57:440:57:46

-That might not happen too soon.

0:57:460:57:48

-You won a crown this year.

0:57:480:57:50

-Yes, at the Urdd Eisteddfod.

0:57:500:57:52

-This is the first chair

0:57:530:57:57

-I hear the two of you

-are planning to return...

0:57:590:58:01

-..to Aberystwyth for the

-Intercollegiate festivities later.

0:58:020:58:05

-Absolutely.

0:58:050:58:06

-There will be room for a few drinks

-after unloading the furniture.

0:58:060:58:10

-Congratulations to the two of you.

-Enjoy the celebration.

0:58:110:58:15

-Many congratulations

-to Iestyn and to Naomi.

0:58:150:58:19

-Plenty more competitions still

-to come after this short break.

0:58:190:58:24

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0:58:240:58:25

-Subtitles

0:58:280:58:29

-Welcome back to

-the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.

0:58:310:58:34

-I'm now joined by Mr Dai Baker.

0:58:470:58:49

-I've been here since

-early this morning.

0:58:500:58:52

-I was on the stage earlier.

0:58:550:58:57

-I was introducing all the

-competitions.

0:59:000:59:02

-I'm quite able to project my voice.

0:59:120:59:14

-You need a big voice to control

-all the young farmers.

0:59:190:59:22

-The kids are used to hearing

-me shout at them.

0:59:290:59:31

-I'm looking forward to the

-rest of the competitions.

0:59:340:59:37

-We had won third place in the

-instrumental competition.

0:59:420:59:45

-We have a one voice party and we

-have a choir singing.

0:59:520:59:55

-The next competition is the

-One Voice Party 26 Or Under.

0:59:560:59:59

-The parties can pick any song...

1:00:011:00:03

-..from Can You See The Star? by Sian

-Jewell in either Welsh or English.

1:00:031:00:08

-The judges are

-Owain Sion and Delyth Medi.

1:00:091:00:11

-This is Meirionnydd

-with Tyrd gyda mi i Fethlehem.

1:00:171:00:20

-# Even wise men knelt in wonder when

-they saw that heav'nly sight

1:03:141:03:21

-# And now we can take a journey

-which the poorest can afford

1:03:211:03:31

-# For that lonely road to Bethlehem

-can lead us to our Lord #

1:03:311:03:42

-This is Bodedern from Ynys Mon

-with On a Lonely Road to Bethlehem.

1:03:501:03:54

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-a journey once was made

1:03:571:04:06

-# A young woman was to bear a child

-but she was not afraid

1:04:061:04:19

-# For she knew that she was carrying

-a son whom God would claim

1:04:201:04:29

-# On that lonely road to Bethlehem

1:04:291:04:36

-# And Jesus was His name

1:04:371:04:42

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-without a friend in sight

1:04:511:05:03

-# A young carpenter was searching

-for some shelter for the night

1:05:041:05:14

-# One small donkey carried Mary

-all the hot and dusty way

1:05:141:05:27

-# Down that lonely road to Bethlehem

1:05:271:05:33

-# To find a bed of hay

1:05:331:05:38

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-they came from near and far

1:05:471:05:57

-# And there in the sky above them

-angels framed a bright new star

1:05:581:06:09

-# Humble shepherds

-from the hillsides

1:06:101:06:15

-# With no special gifts to bring

1:06:181:06:20

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

1:06:201:06:24

-# Just came to find their king

1:06:251:06:31

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-a dream was born that night

1:06:401:06:52

-# Even wise men knelt in wonder when

-they saw that heav'nly sight

1:06:531:07:06

-# And now we can take a journey

-which the poorest can afford

1:07:071:07:19

-# For that lonely road to Bethlehem

-can lead us to our Lord #

1:07:201:07:28

-We have a sea of green.

1:07:411:07:42

-You had a busy day.

1:07:461:07:47

-I've been singing and reciting.

1:07:511:07:52

-My father has been coaching us.

1:08:001:08:01

-They've done ever So Well.

1:08:031:08:05

-They've tried their very best.

1:08:051:08:07

-I'm Very Proud.

1:08:081:08:09

-Over here are the sea of blue.

1:08:191:08:21

-I'm quite a good cook.

1:08:231:08:24

-I'm good At Making Ginger Cake.

1:08:261:08:27

-I Won At the Winter fair last week.

1:08:301:08:31

-I've been going on about it!

1:08:331:08:35

-You Are the youngest member.

1:08:381:08:39

-It's a wonderful experience.

1:08:411:08:42

-We Are singing in the choir

-competition later.

1:08:461:08:49

-Good luck to you all.

1:08:491:08:50

-This is Llysyfran from Pembrokeshire

-with On a Lonely Road to Bethlehem.

1:08:521:08:56

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-a journey once was made

1:08:581:09:03

-# A young woman was to bear a child

-but she was not afraid

1:09:031:09:14

-# For she knew that she was carrying

-a son whom God would claim

1:09:151:09:30

-# On that lonely road to Bethlehem

1:09:311:09:39

-# And Jesus was His name

1:09:391:09:45

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-without a friend in sight

1:09:561:10:09

-# A young carpenter was searching

-for some shelter for the night

1:10:091:10:20

-# One small donkey carried Mary

-all the hot and dusty way

1:10:211:10:30

-# Down that lonely road to Bethlehem

1:10:311:10:38

-# To find a bed of hay

1:10:391:10:46

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-they came from near and far

1:10:551:11:06

-# And there in the sky above them

-angels framed a bright new star

1:11:091:11:19

-# Humble shepherds

-from the hillsides

1:11:201:11:30

-# With no special gifts to bring

1:11:311:11:37

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

1:11:381:11:40

-# Just came to find their king

1:11:441:11:53

-# On a lonely road to Bethlehem

-a dream was born that night

1:11:531:12:05

-# Even wise men knelt in wonder when

-they saw that heav'nly sight

1:12:061:12:19

-# And now we can take a journey

-which the poorest can afford

1:12:231:12:30

-# For that lonely road to Bethlehem

-can lead us to our Lord #

1:12:311:12:45

-This is Dyffryn Madog from Eryri

-with Tyrd Gyda mi i Fethlehem.

1:12:501:12:54

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:12:581:13:03

-# Roedd gwr a gwraig ar daith

1:13:051:13:10

-# Hithau'n disgwyl plentyn yn y man

1:13:111:13:16

-# Ond er bod y siwrnai'n faith

1:13:171:13:22

-# Nid oedd arni ofn, can's Mab i

-Dduw a enid wrth i hi

1:13:221:13:30

-# Wedi cyrraedd stabl Bethlehem

1:13:301:13:36

-# Ac Ef oedd Iesu'n Rhi

1:13:371:13:41

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:13:511:13:57

-# Heb ffrind ar waun na rhos

1:13:571:14:02

-# Chwiliai Joseff am ryw lety nawr

1:14:031:14:07

-# I gysgodi yn y nos

1:14:071:14:13

-# Asyn bach gariodd Mair Forwyn

1:14:131:14:18

-# Hyd llwybrau dyrys sych

1:14:181:14:23

-# Ar yr heol tua Bethlehem

1:14:241:14:28

-# At lety llwm yr ych

1:14:281:14:33

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:14:441:14:48

-# Fe ddoent o bellter byd

1:14:491:14:55

-# O dan olau llachar seren glaer

1:14:561:15:01

-# Yr engyl ganai ynghyd

1:15:011:15:06

-# Deuai draw fugeiliaid mor dirion

1:15:061:15:11

-# Heb roddion iddo Ef

1:15:111:15:17

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:15:201:15:22

-# I chwilio Brenin Nef #

1:15:221:15:32

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:15:371:15:53

-# Even wise men knelt in wonder when

-they saw that heav'nly sight

1:15:541:15:58

-# And now we can take a journey

-which the poorest can afford

1:15:591:16:08

-# For that lonely road to Bethlehem

-can lead us to our Lord #

1:16:081:16:20

-The one voice parties

-are still here.

1:16:381:16:40

-My Name is Bethan.

1:16:431:16:44

-I Broke my ankle in a car accident.

1:16:481:16:50

-I still had to be here.

1:16:521:16:53

-I Want To Sign your cast later.

1:16:561:16:57

-You were here first thing

-this morning.

1:17:021:17:04

-I've also done some

-Christmas shopping.

1:17:051:17:07

-We are staying in Swansea

-this evening.

1:17:091:17:11

-We'll be going home

-tomorrow morning.

1:17:131:17:15

-Where is that Biro!

1:17:181:17:19

-I'm the first to sign your leg.

1:17:231:17:25

-I'm even giving a kiss.

1:17:291:17:30

-Good luck to you all.

1:17:321:17:33

-Any Excuse To sign his autograph!

1:17:351:17:37

-This has been a great competition.

1:17:401:17:42

-It sounds like an easy competition..

1:17:511:17:53

-..but bringing everyone

-together is tough.

1:17:531:17:56

-They have to show real

-discipline.

-Your...

1:17:561:17:58

-Your own club is on its way.

1:18:041:18:05

-I'm sure The Standard Will Get

-even better now.

1:18:081:18:10

-Join us after the break.

1:18:111:18:12

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1:18:131:18:13

-Subtitles

1:18:211:18:22

-One Voice Party Competition.

1:18:251:18:28

-The parties can pick any song...

1:18:281:18:30

-..from Can You See The Star? by Sian

-Jewell in either Welsh or English.

1:18:301:18:34

-Let's get back to the stage.

1:18:341:18:36

-This is Nantglyn from Clwyd

-with Tyrd Gyda mi i Fethlehem.

1:18:401:18:43

-# Cau dy lygaid a gwel di

1:18:491:18:54

-# Bod y ffordd yn dal mor glir

1:18:541:18:58

-# Tua Crist a'th ddisgwyl di

1:18:591:19:04

-# Gwranda er ynghwsg mae'r byd

1:19:051:19:10

-# Engyl wylia fyth yn fflyd

1:19:101:19:16

-# Cenir am Iesu Frenin Nef

1:19:161:19:21

-# Gwranda sut ganant iddo Ef

1:19:211:19:28

-# Tyrd ac wrth afael yn Ei law

1:19:321:19:37

-# Ust, na ddeffra'r plentyn bach

1:19:371:19:43

-# Wele ger dy fron Fab Duw

1:19:441:19:49

-# Faban prydferth ac mor iach

1:19:491:19:55

-# Gwranda er ynghwsg mae'r byd

1:19:561:20:01

-# Engyl wylia fyth yn fflyd

1:20:011:20:06

-# Cenir am Iesu Frenin Nef

1:20:071:20:11

-# Gwranda sut ganant iddo Ef

1:20:111:20:18

-# Tyrd gyda mi i Fethlehem

1:20:221:20:27

-# A chei fyw y freuddwyd hon

1:20:271:20:33

-# Tyrd a mola'r Iesu Gwiw

1:20:341:20:38

-# Sydd mor llawn o gariad llon

1:20:391:20:46

-# Engyl wylia fyth yn fflyd

1:20:551:20:57

-# Cenir am Iesu Frenin Nef

1:20:571:21:02

-# Gwranda sut ganant iddo Ef

1:21:031:21:08

-# Dewch gyda mi i Fethlehem

1:21:121:21:17

-# I Fethlehem

1:21:171:21:21

-# I Fethlehem #

1:21:221:21:35

-This is Penybont from

-Carmarthenshire with Ydy Hi'n Wir.

1:21:361:21:40

-Let's hear from some of the

-competitors.

1:24:471:24:49

-Thomas is a popular name here.

1:24:501:24:51

-There Are Five Thomases

-And One Dafydd.

1:24:581:25:00

-I think it's an advantage that

-we're the only boys choir.

1:25:071:25:09

-Behind All the boys

-there is a great woman.

1:25:101:25:12

-They are a good group.

1:25:131:25:14

-Here Are The Carmarthenshire

-representatives.

1:25:171:25:19

-It's Our Eisteddfod And Were Very

-Proud Of representing them.

1:25:231:25:26

-I think we've done enough to win.

1:25:311:25:32

-We'll find out later.

1:25:331:25:34

-This is Llydiartywaen YFC

-from Montgomeryshire.

1:25:421:25:44

-This is Pontsian from Ceredigion

-with Tyrd Gyda mi i Fethlehem.

1:27:591:28:03

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:28:051:28:11

-# Roedd gwr a gwraig ar daith

1:28:111:28:17

-# Hithau'n disgwyl plentyn yn y man

1:28:181:28:21

-# Ond er bod y siwrnai'n faith

1:28:221:28:27

-# Nid oedd arni ofn, can's Mab i

-Dduw a enid wrth i hi

1:28:281:28:37

-# Wedi cyrraedd stabl Bethlehem

1:28:381:28:44

-# Ac Ef oedd Iesu'n Rhi

1:28:441:28:52

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:28:581:29:05

-# Heb ffrind ar waun na rhos

1:29:051:29:10

-# Chwiliai Joseff am ryw lety nawr

1:29:101:29:15

-# I gysgodi yn y nos

1:29:201:29:21

-# Asyn bach gariodd Mair Forwyn

1:29:211:29:25

-# Hyd llwybrau dyrys sych

1:29:261:29:31

-# Ar yr heol tua Bethlehem

1:29:311:29:36

-# At lety llwm yr ych

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-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:29:511:29:57

-# Fe ddoent o bellter byd

1:29:571:30:03

-# O dan olau llachar seren glaer

1:30:031:30:09

-# Deuai draw fugeiliaid mor dirion

1:30:141:30:19

-# Heb roddion iddo Ef

1:30:201:30:25

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehem

1:30:261:30:30

-# I chwilio Brenin Nef

1:30:301:30:43

-# Ar yr hewl rhyw dro i Fethlehm

1:30:461:30:59

-# Ar eu gliniau aeth y doethion dri

1:31:001:31:04

-# Pan welsant blentyn Mair

1:31:051:31:09

-# Bellach gallwn ni fynd ar y daith

1:31:101:31:14

-# Fel gwnai y tlodion trist

1:31:141:31:18

-# Can's ar heol unig Bethlehem

1:31:181:31:24

-# Y down o hyd i'r Crist #

1:31:261:31:31

-Those were the last competitors.

1:31:391:31:41

-I'm with some more of the parties.

1:31:501:31:52

-We are near Llanidloes.

1:31:521:31:54

-It's between Llanidloes and Rhyader.

1:32:061:32:08

-I thought you were from Bro Dyfi.

1:32:191:32:21

-I moved about five years ago.

1:32:211:32:23

-I married into the area!

1:32:241:32:26

-Fairplay to You For Helping Out.

1:32:291:32:30

-You are representing Ceredigion.

1:32:311:32:33

-You're staying down in

-Swansea tonight.

1:32:351:32:37

-I think we are actually going home

-in the early hours of the morning.

1:32:441:32:47

-We'll find out a little

-bit later on.

1:32:551:32:57

-We'll have that result later.

1:33:021:33:03

-It's great to see so many

-groups taking part.

1:33:071:33:09

-You've been a member for many years.

1:33:111:33:13

-It has helped me a lot

-over the years.

1:33:201:33:21

-I came from a non Welsh

-speaking family.

1:33:321:33:34

-The YFC helped me a lot.

1:33:401:33:41

-I really have a reason to use the

-language outside education.

1:33:501:33:53

-Schools give you the barebones...

1:33:571:33:58

-..but you need to use it

-within the community.

1:34:001:34:03

-It's Great To Have Welsh

-speaking institutions.

1:34:041:34:07

-I owe a lot to the YFC...

1:34:101:34:11

-Thank you for your time

-this evening.

1:34:151:34:18

-Thank you for the chat.

1:34:181:34:20

-We have a sketch competition

-for you after the break.

1:34:201:34:22

-Subtitles

1:34:221:34:24

-Subtitles

1:34:251:34:26

-Welcome back to the YFC Eisteddfod.

1:34:281:34:30

-The sketch competition is very

-popular at this event.

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-Each sketch is based

-on a saying or an idiom.

1:34:441:34:46

-The judge is Gwyn Elfyn.

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-First up, Clwb Llangefni

-representing Ynys Mon.

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-The audience is one thing.

1:34:581:35:00

-Look at them.

1:35:001:35:01

-They're all millionaires

-and they're on cruises all the time.

1:35:021:35:05

-Yes, I'm sure.

1:35:051:35:07

-Another thing, I've had a

-guts' full of that parrot.

1:35:081:35:11

-It confuses every trick I've got.

1:35:141:35:16

-Can't you get rid of it?

1:35:161:35:18

-No, I can't.

-It's the captain's parrot.

1:35:191:35:21

-Here he is now.

1:35:241:35:26

-Hello, hello, waaa, waaa!

1:35:281:35:30

-I'm warning you now.

-Shut your mouth tonight, understand?

1:35:321:35:35

-What do you mean?

1:35:371:35:38

-I won't!

1:35:401:35:42

-You better start your show,

-they're waiting for you.

1:35:461:35:49

-Ladies and gentlemen, welcome

-to the magic show on the QE 1.5.

1:35:511:35:54

-Get ready to be amazed!

1:35:571:35:59

-Beryl, pass me the hat.

1:36:121:36:14

-Here Is the magic hat.

1:36:271:36:28

-Here's the little rabbit, I put her

-in the hat and she's disappeared.

1:36:301:36:34

-No, she hasn't!

1:36:381:36:40

-The rabbit is still in the hat.

1:36:511:36:52

-Still in the hat. Still in the hat.

-That's another rabbit.

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-Beryl, choose a card from this pack.

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-Show it to the audience

-put it back in the pack.

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-Don't show it to me!

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-let's shuffle the pack.

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-I'm using my abilities to pick out

-the same card. Am I right?

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-Of course you are,

-they're all the same!

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-They're all the same!

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-All the cards are the same!

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-Right, that's it!

1:37:521:37:53

-Hold on! Hold! There's no need to be

-like that.

1:37:571:38:00

-You're making me very nervous now.

1:38:031:38:04

-I get terrible diarrhoea

-when I'm nervous.

1:38:051:38:07

-That is your problem.

1:38:071:38:09

-Believe me, it's a problem

-for everyone when I fly.

1:38:121:38:23

-The parrot was causing

-some real havoc.

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-Representing Clwyd

-is Clwb Llansannan.

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-Their sketch is based around

-a Welsh speaking improvement class.

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-You've come

-to the right place madam.

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-In this shop we combine famous

-sayings with a visual experience...

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-..which puts the whole thing

-in context.

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-And all for a very reasonable price.

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-Right, what am I doing?

-Say what you see. Say what you see.

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-Hitting the nail on its head.

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-You got it right!

1:39:021:39:03

-Oh, I see,

-I've hit the nail on its head.

1:39:041:39:06

-Right, what about this one?

-What is she doing?

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-She's talking nonsense.

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-Yes, she's speaking through her hat.

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-Speaking through her hat

-- speaking nonsense.

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-Very good.

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-Correct. Two pounds, please.

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-What's he doing?

1:39:421:39:43

-He's got a dog and he's barking.

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-Exactly. One pound please.

1:39:541:39:56

-How about this guy?

1:39:591:40:00

-How about him? What's he doing?

1:40:021:40:04

-No idea.

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-He's smashing air (talking rubbish).

1:40:111:40:13

-Fart noise!

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-And now he's broken wind, you've got

-two in one there. Two pound, please.

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-Hello.

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-What are you doing?

1:40:291:40:30

-Say what you see, say what you see!

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-You're hitting old ladies

-with sticks.

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-Correct, it's raining outside!

-One pound, please.

1:40:391:40:42

-Idwal, what's all this noise? Shush!

-This noise is unbearable.

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-Oh, my sugar plum.

-We've had a fantastic day today!

1:41:011:41:04

-Don't sing your own praises.

1:41:051:41:07

-I'm going out through the shop.

1:41:081:41:09

-But, oh well. everybody out,

-we're closing forever.

1:41:101:41:13

-Why?

1:41:131:41:14

-Because the bull's

-been through the china shop!

1:41:161:41:19

-I heard that, you wastrel!

-Come here!

1:41:211:41:23

-We've seen two of the

-federations in the competition.

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-We come from Llangefni.

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-I really enjoy being on the stage.

1:42:011:42:03

-I've done quite a lot of

-performing for the young farmers.

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-I really enjoy doing it.

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-It's a huge stage.

1:42:211:42:22

-I was out of breath getting from

-one end of it to the other.

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-Your mother coaches you.

-Congratulations to her.

1:42:411:42:44

-You have broken some of your props.

1:42:541:42:55

-One of the sticks broke on stage.

1:42:551:42:57

-I dropped my microphone.

1:42:581:42:59

-It fell off twice while I

-was performing.

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-You performed very

-professionally considering.

1:43:111:43:14

-Thank you for talking to me.

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-I am joined by Aled Jones.

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-I'm the assistant chief

-executive of the Royal Welsh.

1:43:551:43:58

-We are looking forward to the

-Winter fair right now.

1:44:011:44:03

-I was compering the Eisteddfod...

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-while these competitions

-were going on.

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-It Is a fantastic stage for

-these performances.

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-The young farmers really

-rise to The occasion.

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-I used to be in a Young

-farmers club myself.

1:44:361:44:38

-Clwb Dyffryn Cothi

-are representing Carmarthenshire.

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-Go and get the jump leads!

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-Stand clear!

1:45:161:45:17

-Are you OK?

1:45:231:45:24

-Hello. I'm fine, thanks.

-How are you?

1:45:311:45:33

-Lucky! Right, the next one.

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-What's wrong with him?

1:45:391:45:40

-He's nil by mouth

-and he's waiting for an operation.

1:45:431:45:46

-I swallowed my eye last year. I've

-been waiting for an operation since.

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-I thought it was a pickled onion.

1:46:001:46:02

-Is there anything we can do

-to make you comfortable?

1:46:031:46:05

-I'm dying for a cup of tea!

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-Anything for a cup of tea!

1:46:131:46:14

-Right, turn over, please.

1:46:201:46:22

-Nurse, bring a teabag, boiling water

-and semi-skimmed milk.

1:46:261:46:30

-I can see quite well Doctor.

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-Hand me the tea.

1:47:031:47:04

-I am tipping in the tea.

1:47:141:47:15

-You forgot to put in any sugar.

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-We see some very strange

-sights at this Eisteddfod.

1:47:311:47:34

-From Eryri, we have Clwb Llangybi.

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-Are we there yet?

1:47:391:47:41

-No.

1:47:421:47:43

-Are we there yet?

1:47:451:47:47

-Are we there yet?

-

-No!

1:47:471:47:48

-Hello. The car has broken down

-and there's no 3G.

1:48:311:48:34

-Right. I'm here now.

1:49:001:49:01

-Take a look.

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-Oh, gosh, she's swallowed a horse!

1:49:191:49:21

-Here are some of the competitors.

1:49:361:49:38

-You've had success in this

-competition.

1:49:461:49:48

-We Have won the last

-couple of years.

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-I came in my pyjamas as i thought

-it would be a Late Night.

1:50:031:50:06

-We booked the hotel for

-the wrong day.

1:50:141:50:16

-We booked it for the wrong

-month actually.

1:50:221:50:24

-Did you enjoy the performance?

1:50:331:50:34

-The audience responded really well.

1:50:361:50:38

-I started very early this morning.

1:50:431:50:45

-I love performing in this

-competition.

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-We have to thank the other members

-for putting in so much effort.

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-The whole team pulls together.

1:51:061:51:07

-You have to have an amazing

-imagination for this competition.

1:51:131:51:17

-Every sketch is based around a

-phrase or idiom.

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-It's interesting see the

-directions they have Gone in.

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-It's great to see Them adding all

-kinds of jokes to the original idea.

1:51:371:51:40

-It's great to see how wide-ranging

-this competition becomes.

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-Here are some more sketches.

1:51:501:51:51

-From Ceredigion,

-here's Clwb Llanddewi Brefi.

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-Their sketch

-is based around the phrase...

1:51:551:51:58

-..patience is the mother of success.

1:51:581:52:00

-Um... A slight change

-to proceedings.

1:52:011:52:03

-That's the end

1:52:041:52:06

-Next, it's song from a musical.

1:52:071:52:09

-Iwan Rhys Davies from Llanddewi

-Brefi YFC will open the competition.

1:52:101:52:13

-Give him every fair play.

1:52:141:52:16

-Woah! Who are you?

1:52:201:52:21

-Alright? The house choir.

1:52:241:52:28

-Alright? The house choir.

-

-What?

1:52:281:52:30

-We're the backing singers.

1:52:321:52:34

-You ticked a box

-saying you wanted Wales YFC...

1:52:361:52:38

-..to provide backing singers in

-the song from a musical competition.

1:52:391:52:43

-I don't think I did.

-Is this something new?

1:52:441:52:47

-You can't cancel us now.

1:52:561:52:57

-John over there has cancelled

-his own wedding to be here.

1:52:581:53:01

-OK, then. After every sentence

-I sing, maybe you could repeat it?

1:53:041:53:08

-OK, good.

1:53:091:53:10

-# All the leaves are brown

1:53:161:53:17

-# All the leaves are brown

1:53:181:53:20

-# All the leaves are brown

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-# I've been for a walk

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-# All the leaves are brown

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-# All the leaves are brown #

1:53:321:53:34

-Woah! You're supposed to follow

-what I sing.

1:53:411:53:43

-That's what we're doing.

1:53:461:53:47

-# All the leaves are brown

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-# And the sky is grey

1:53:531:53:55

-We understand now. Sorry.

1:53:561:53:58

-# All the leaves are brown

1:54:001:54:01

-# All the leaves are brown

1:54:021:54:03

-# And the sky is grey

1:54:041:54:05

-# And the sky is grey

1:54:061:54:07

-# I've been for a walk

1:54:081:54:09

-# And the sky is grey

1:54:101:54:11

-# On a winter's day

1:54:121:54:13

-# And the sky is grey #

1:54:131:54:19

-Stop! You don't understand

-what you're supposed to be doing.

1:54:191:54:22

-I sing a line, you repeat it.

1:54:241:54:25

-I sing - all the leaves are brown.

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-# All the leaves are brown

1:54:301:54:32

-# On a winter's day

1:54:331:54:35

-I don't understand

-what the problem is. It's easy!

1:54:371:54:40

-We'll try again!

1:54:421:54:43

-# All the leaves are brown

1:54:451:54:46

-# All the leaves are brown

1:54:471:54:48

-# And the sky is grey

1:54:491:54:50

-# And the sky is grey

1:54:501:54:52

-# I've been for a walk

1:54:521:54:53

-# On a winter's day

1:54:561:54:58

-# On a winter's day #

1:54:591:55:00

-Stop! Why is it so hard

-to understand?!

1:55:021:55:05

-I sing a line,

-you repeat it exactly as I sang it.

1:55:051:55:08

-That's what we did that time.

1:55:081:55:10

-What was that nonsense

-with the hands?

1:55:121:55:14

-You did that

-when you told us not to do it...

1:55:141:55:17

-..so we repeated what you did!

1:55:171:55:19

-I did that to emphasize

-what I wanted you to do, you idiots!

1:55:191:55:23

-Do you know what?

-I think I'll be alright by myself.

1:55:311:55:34

-I'm losing patience.

1:55:341:55:36

-Don't be silly. We've got it now.

1:55:361:55:38

-Patience is a virtue as they say!

1:55:391:55:40

-OK. From the top.

1:55:411:55:42

-# All the leaves are brown

1:55:431:55:44

-# All the leaves are brown

1:55:451:55:46

-# And the sky is grey

1:55:461:55:48

-# And the sky is grey

1:55:481:55:49

-# I've been for a walk

1:55:501:55:51

-# I've been for a walk

1:55:511:55:53

-# On a winter's day

1:55:551:55:56

-# I'd be safe and warm

1:55:581:55:59

-# All the leaves are brown #

1:56:001:56:01

-Forget it.

-Stuff you and stuff the YFC.

1:56:031:56:05

-He went a bit drastic there.

1:56:151:56:17

-We forgot to give him a bill.

1:56:181:56:19

-We'll have to sort out that later.

1:56:201:56:22

-We've got Carmarthenshire's

-humorous duet in half an hour.

1:56:231:56:26

-That was Clwb Llanddewi Brefi

-From Ceredigion.

1:56:261:56:29

-And from Montgomeryshire,

-Clwb Llanfair Caereinion.

1:56:321:56:35

-Their sketch is based

-around the word - Amen.

1:56:371:56:39

-Johnny! Where are you?

-It's lunchtime!

1:56:441:56:47

-Johnny! Where are you?

1:56:541:56:55

-Blodwen! I'm here!

1:56:561:56:57

-Where?

1:56:571:56:58

-Where?

-

-In the toilet!

1:56:581:57:00

-How did you do such a thing?

1:57:031:57:04

-I'm stuck!

1:57:041:57:06

-What do you mean, stuck?

1:57:061:57:08

-What do you mean, stuck?

-

-I'm stuck on the toilet!

1:57:081:57:09

-Right, I'll help you now.

-Grab my arm.

1:57:121:57:14

-Right. One, two, three!

1:57:191:57:20

-Mamma mia! I'll go and get help.

1:57:321:57:34

-Dafydd!

1:57:351:57:36

-What's wrong?

1:57:381:57:39

-My husband is stuck on the toilet!

1:57:401:57:42

-What?

1:57:441:57:45

-I'm stuck on the toilet! Dafydd!

1:57:511:57:53

-We'll do it together.

-After three. One, two, three!

1:57:571:58:00

-I have an idea. I'll get the rods.

1:58:081:58:10

-Rods!

1:58:111:58:12

-Yes.

1:58:131:58:14

-Good morning, Mrs Hughes.

1:58:221:58:23

-Good morning, vicar.

1:58:301:58:31

-Isn't it a lovely day?

1:58:331:58:34

-It is. But I have a problem.

1:58:351:58:37

-Yes. My husband

-is stuck on the toilet!

1:58:421:58:44

-Stuck on the toilet!

1:58:471:58:48

-Well, Mr Hughes,

-how did you get there?

1:58:531:58:55

-We'd better try to get him out.

1:58:561:58:58

-Together, Mrs Hughes.

1:58:581:59:00

-Good heavens. He is stuck.

-We need divine intervention.

1:59:071:59:10

-Come on, Mrs Hughes.

-We'll try his legs.

1:59:141:59:16

-One, two, three!

1:59:171:59:27

-Good heavens. He is stuck.

-We need divine intervention.

1:59:271:59:30

-Here are the rods.

1:59:321:59:33

-The rods?!

1:59:341:59:35

-One, two, three!

2:00:042:00:05

-What on earth is this?!

-You dirty pig!

2:00:272:00:29

-Amen!

2:00:482:00:49

-That was Clwb Llanfair Caereinion

-from Montgomeryshire.

2:01:022:01:05

-I know almost every member of this

-club. They come from my local area.

2:01:232:01:26

-The sketch went completely to plan.

2:01:292:01:31

-These are the fellas who had

-the original idea.

2:01:372:01:40

-We had it set aside and we

-adapted it for the eIsteddfod.

2:01:532:01:55

-We have a lot of young members

-coming into the club at the moment.

2:02:042:02:07

-The club is going from

-strength to strength.

2:02:072:02:09

-Some of us are getting too

-old for the club.

2:02:102:02:13

-It's a very sad moment when you

-cross that border.

2:02:142:02:17

-We have a humorous trio

-coming up later.

2:02:222:02:24

-Here is the sketch about the man

-stuck on the toilet.

2:02:302:02:33

-I wrote that sketch.

2:02:332:02:34

-Everybody helped with it.

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-We also had a coach.

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-In in a couple of years we will be

-celebrating our 80th anniversary.

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-The club keeps going quite strongly.

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-Good luck to you.

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-We have some results for you.

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-Here is the result of the duet.

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-Here is the result of

-the folk dance.

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-The team from Carmarthenshire

-won the competition.

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-We will have the result of the

-sketch competition after this break.

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Mwy o hwyl ac adloniant o Neuadd y Brangwyn, Abertawe. More fun and entertainment from the YFC Eisteddfod at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea.


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