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Pennod 14

Tiwns, comedi a lleisiau ffres. Blas o gynnwys arlein @hanshs4c. Tunes, comedy and fresh faces. A taste of online content @hanshs4c.


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-# Going on a tram in Amsterdam

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-# Windmills and pretty tulips

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-# Going on the canal

-to see the sights

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-# Going to the Rijks...

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-# Smoking joints,

-stag, stag, stag in Amsterdam

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-# Lads, lads, lads getting drunk

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-# Shopping in the red light district

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-# Blow job, don't tell the Mrs

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-# Amsterdam

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-# Is the only place for me

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-# Where the grass is green

-and everyone's always smiling

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-# Sunday afternoon

-in the coffee shops

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-# Drinking cappuccino

-# Smoking loads of pot

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-# Renting a fairly cheap bike

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-# Cycling round the Vondelpark

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-# Trying not to cry

-at Anne Frank's house

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-# Paying a prostitute for a wank

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-# The weed is cheap

-and packs a punch

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-# Going to the pannenkoekenhuis

-for brunch

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-# A sesh in a strip club

-off my tits

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-# Clog dancing

-like Gwilym Bowen Rhys

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-# Amsterdam

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-# Is the only place for me

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-# Where the grass is green

-and everyone's always smiling

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-# Sunday afternoon

-in the coffee shops

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-# Drinking mocha frappuccino

-# Smoking loads of dope

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-# In Amsterdam #

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-Hey! Hey!

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-Hey! Hey!

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-Oh!

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-Bloody hell, guys!

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-New season, new fashion.

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-Autumn fashion is my favourite.

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-Get ready to find out

-what'll keep you warm this autumn.

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-Autumn

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-The '70s is the most repeated period

-in the fashion world.

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-Some of the decade's

-most iconic styles...

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-..are the biggest trends

-this season.

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-There's something for everyone...

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-..platforms and silver sequin

-dresses for a glam rock look...

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-..and long denim and suede trousers

-for your everyday outfit.

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-I'm not usually keen on large

-flower power print usually...

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-..but brands like Zara and Mango

-have made them cool again.

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-Colourful patterned dresses

-and long bell-sleeve tops...

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-..sum up the decade's style

-perfectly.

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-Flares are my favourite thing

-about the revival of '70s fashion.

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-They're available everywhere and

-have already been popular this year.

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-So buy a pair

-before it gets too late.

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-Red

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-Red is the colour that's everywhere

-at the moment. It stands out.

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-I looked for the best red item

-currently available.

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-If someone wants to buy me

-a birthday present...

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-25 September

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-I've never wanted a pair of shoes

-as much as this before.

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-The colour and shape - perfect.

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-They're available in Topshop

-for 82.

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-They're timeless

-and I'd keep them forever.

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-Funky bags

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-There are some bizarre bags

-currently available.

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-But I quite like them.

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-Some are totally impractical,

-like this one.

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-But it's so cute.

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-It's available in Zara for 29.99.

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-It's not great if it's raining

-but you can use it as a cushion.

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-I doubt

-if the trend will continue...

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-..but if you have thirty quid

-to spare, go for it.

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-Another type of bag popular

-this season is the basket bag.

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-You'd usually use it in summer

-but I think it goes well...

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-..with the colours of the season -

-red, orange and brown.

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-Also, the beret's making...

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-Also, the beret's

-making a comeback. Yay!

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-This accessory was in Dior's

-collection earlier in the year...

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-..and now they're everywhere.

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-This is from Urban Outfitters

-for 18.

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-This is from Asos for 10.

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-Quite plain but classic colours.

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-There are also

-some colourful ones on the Web.

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-They're cheaper

-if you're not sure they'll suit you.

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-Hats don't really suit me.

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-I'm jealous of people

-who look good in them.

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-If a beret suits you, go for it.

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-Before I finish, two quick tips.

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-Mix your fabrics.

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-Why not match the two

-most popular materials currently...

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-..soft leather and corduroy.

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-And maybe some faux fur

-if you feel really sassy.

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-Suit yourself.

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-Try wearing a tailored suit with the

-same colour jacket and trousers...

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-..red maybe,

-with those lovely boots.

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-As per, go to Pinterest for more

-ideas on what to wear this season.

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-The links to the clothes

-will be under the video.

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-Bye!

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-1 onion

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-Garlic

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-Mix olive oil, paprika,

-mustard powder, salt and pepper

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-1 kilo pork shoulder

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-Water

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-150C

-5 hours

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-BBQ sauce

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-250g bread flour, 20g butter,

-1 egg, 30 sugar, 4g dry yeast

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-1tsp salt, 150 milk

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-Divide equally

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-Sugar, chilli powder,

-smoked paprika, salt

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-Fry in oil for about a minute

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-Some animals can kill you.

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-I started to panic underwater.

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-I thought, "You've got

-to get yourself together."

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-Sally Snow works with sharks

-in the Philippines

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-I went to the Philippines

-looking for the whale shark.

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-I wanted to swim alongside

-the biggest shark in the world.

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-I did a bit of research and found

-a place in the Philippines...

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-..where you could see

-the whale shark.

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-The whale shark

-is the largest fish in the world

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-It can grow up to 14 metres

-and live for 70 years

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-I've been in the Philippines

-for six years now.

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-I usually spend eight to ten months

-there.

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-I work for an NGO,

-a Non-Government Organization...

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-..called Large Marine Vertebrates

-Research Institute Philippines.

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-A lot of people know us as LAMAVE.

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-We research into

-endangered sea animals.

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-Some of the animals we work with...

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-..include sharks, such as whale

-sharks, turtles and dolphins.

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-We work with communities...

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-..the government...

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-..and local people

-who work in tourism.

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-A lot of our research...

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-..looks at the population of animals

-such as whale sharks, turtles...

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-..and manta rays.

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-We can take photos

-of the different animals.

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-A part of their body

-has something like a fingerprint.

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-For example, whale sharks

-have special spots...

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-..and the side of turtles' heads

-are unique.

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-We can use them

-like our fingerprints.

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-This year, I was out diving

-in the middle of the sea.

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-I was 150 kilometres

-from the mainland.

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-I had a diving accident.

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-My heart turned. I'm not sure why,

-maybe something to do with vertigo.

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-I had to go to the surface

-by myself.

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-When you dive,

-if you go straight up...

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-..you put yourself at risk

-of getting the bends.

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-The bends can paralyse or kill

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-I started to panic underwater.

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-I looked around and said to myself,

-"Sally, you're alone in the sea.

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-"You've got to get

-yourself together."

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-It's an interesting job.

-It's never the same.

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-I'm lucky

-I work with a lot of people.

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-If you want to do something similar,

-go for it.

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-We need more people helping us.

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-Thanks to Large Marine Vertebrates

-Research Institute Philippines.

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-It's Friday night

-and I'm on Womanby Street.

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-I'm here to find out

-who listens to Welsh music.

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-Was there point saving it?

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-I'm in Clwb Ifor with...

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-I'm in Clwb Ifor with...

-

-Elis.

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-Which band

-are you looking forward to see?

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-I'm here with...

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-Llyr.

-Elis.

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-On which street?

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-You're here to see...

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-You're here to see...

-

-Yr Eira.

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-Or.

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-Or.

-

-Cledrau. I've missed Yr Oria.

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-What's your favourite song?

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-Ymollwng.

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-Didn't Swnami sing that?

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-I don't think so!

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-Calfari's arrived.

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-Chatty.

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-Are you looking forward to Swnami?

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-Are you looking forward to Swnami?

-

-Are they on tonight?

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-Ifor Bach died aged 92 this year.

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-Have you got anything to add

-about that?

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-I don't know who he was.

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-Dunno.

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-What was it like to be

-a backing dancer for Eden at Maes B?

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-Well, I'm not sure

-how to answer that.

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-I'm joined by Eden's lead singer.

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-How was the reunion

-at the Eisteddfod?

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-What?

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-I'm joined by Calfari's lead singer.

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-Everyone says that! That's wrong!

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-Favourite Cledrau song.

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-What do you think of Swnami's new EP

-and their departure into dubstep?

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-Have they done that?

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-So you're playing here in a month.

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-So you're playing here in a month.

-

-Actually, next week.

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-Next week. Looking forward?

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-Yes.

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-Yes.

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-Are you sure?

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-Yes.

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-Are you enjoying yourselves?

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-Are you enjoying yourselves?

-

-We are!

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-Really?

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-Really?

-

-No.

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-SCREAM

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-Ifan Swnami, Candelas' lead singer,

-one of Welsh music's biggest celebs.

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-Yr Eira went hard at it.

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-They drank three cans each

-and so they went home at 11.30pm.

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-I've met people

-who listen to Welsh music...

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-..but I'm not sure

-how I feel about them.

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-.

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-Subtitles

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-Subtitles

-

-Subtitles

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-Podcasts are like a radio show

-you can listen to anytime.

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-Podcast comes from the word iPod...

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-..which is like an iPhone

-which can't phone anyone.

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-And broadcast. Podcast.

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-Popular podcast subjects include

-learning a language, history...

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-..and true crime

-but there are no rules.

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-Anyone can do a podcast

-about anything. Fact or fiction.

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-So, how do we make a podcast?

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-Equipment

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-Podcasts were originally recorded

-in recording studios...

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-..like proper radio programmes.

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-But podcasts can now be recorded

-on a personal sound recorder...

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-..on a laptop or computer

-with an external microphone...

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-..or on a mobile phone.

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-It's worth experimenting

-before recording a long chat.

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-For example,

-locate the phone microphone.

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-Do you need to adjust sound levels

-or the location?

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-Content

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-If you want people to subscribe,

-think about the content.

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-It's worth listening

-to other podcasts.

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-Not to steal ideas but to get an

-idea of what makes a good podcast.

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-Will there be guests?

-Will it be current?

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-Will there be a theme or subject

-running through the series?

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-How much research and preparation

-will be required for each episode?

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-Are you going to write a script

-before recording?

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-A clever and unique title

-will help with promotion.

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-Editing

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-After preparing, performing

-and recording the podcast...

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-..it needs to be edited.

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-This can be done in a number

-of programmes, including free ones.

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-To give your work some polish...

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-..it's important to delete

-any 'ums' or 'ahs'.

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-It's a good idea to use music,

-stings and effects...

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-..to make it more professional.

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-But be aware of copyright.

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-You don't want a solicitor's letter.

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-Distribution

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-What makes a true podcast

-is an RSS feed.

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-This is the code

-that enables people to subscribe.

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-This is the code you'd send to

-iTunes, TuneIn, Stitcher, Blubrry...

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-..and other distribution platforms.

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-Websites which specialize in

-podcasts like Podbean, Jellycast...

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-..SoundCloud and so on

-create an RSS feed for you...

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-..and communicate

-with the distribution platforms.

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-You can upload them to any server

-and create an RSS feed...

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-..by using a third-party service

-like FeedBurner or Feedity...

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-..and submit it to iTunes yourself.

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-Remember, it's important

-to have attention-grabbing artwork.

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-You have to be ready to promote too.

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-Promoting

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-With the podcast

-available on official platforms...

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-..it's important

-to share the link...

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-..so the public

-can subscribe and listen.

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-Twitter, Facebook,

-Tumblr, Instagram...

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-..social media will be important

-in attracting an audience.

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-It's important to get support

-from friends, family and guests...

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-..to spread the message.

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-A monthly, weekly or daily release

-pattern is worth considering.

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-Consistency would be effective

-in growing and keeping an audience.

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-That's it.

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-More information

-is in the comments.

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-Remember to share your podcasts.

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-The end of the world?

-The big freeze

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-Physics and Astronomy,

-Cardiff University

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-According to most experts,

-the universe will come to an end...

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-..with the heat death

-of the universe.

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-The universe has been expanding

-since it began with the Big Bang.

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-The universe began with one

-giant explosion of energy...

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-..which is still expanding today.

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-As the energy expands,

-it loses heat.

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-In the end,

-there won't be any energy left.

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-As the universe expands further,

-everything will cool...

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-..until in the end, there won't be

-any heat or energy left.

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-The universe would be too cold

-to support life.

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-But the heat death of the universe

-is googol years away.

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-Or ten thousand trillion, trillion,

-trillion, trillion, trillion...

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-..trillion, trillion, trillion.

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-This is a long time

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-Very, very, very long

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-# Getting tired

-of wasting time, money and blood

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-# There's an explanation

-for the empty days

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-# Don't believe every word

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-# From the wolf's mouth

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-# My dad

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-# Shares my blood

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-# I regret

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-# But I won't take the blame

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-# Tonight

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-# I fall in and out

-of the same good and bad habits

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-# It's hard to avoid

-the exciting things

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-# You're such a nice boy

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-# My dad

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-# Shares my blood

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-# I regret

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-# But I won't take the blame

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-# Tonight

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-# Remember the son

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-# There's an explanation

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-# For the empty days, my dad

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-# Shares my blood

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-# I regret

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-# But I won't take the blame

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-# My dad

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-# Shares my blood

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-# I regret

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-# But I won't take the blame

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-# Tonight

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-# I'm getting tired #

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-It's autumn.

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-It's getting dark and spooky so here

-are dark and spooky things to watch.

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-We start with Blade Runner.

-It's good but, fuck, it's intense.

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-2 hours 45 minutes of

-incredible shots of Ryan Gosling...

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-..looking sad and intense

-with little wet eyes.

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-I don't know how someone

-goes about making such a film.

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-But the clever boys and girls

-have made a sequel...

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-..that doesn't make a shit show

-of the original.

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-The standouts are Gosling

-being a badass and Harrison Ford...

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-..looking like your mum threw him

-out of the house after a session.

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-It made me think of a dad

-turning up on his son's doorstep...

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-..saying, "Mam's left me.

-Can I stay in the spare room?"

0:21:230:21:26

-Nothing like that happened

-in the film but it made me smile.

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-That's what counts, I think.

0:21:310:21:33

-Also in the cinema is The Snowman.

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-I thought it would be a gritty

-reboot of the Aled Jones film.

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-But it's about a serial killer

-who kills people when it's cold.

0:21:390:21:43

-If it was set in Wales,

-there'd be no-one left!

0:21:430:21:47

-But Michael Fassbender wouldn't

-be there to look for the killer.

0:21:470:21:51

-The film's been adapted

-from a Jo Nesbo book...

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-..one that people read

-on their holidays.

0:21:550:21:57

-I tried to read one of them

-but it was really boring.

0:21:580:22:01

-Luckily, there's a film of this one,

-so you don't have to read it.

0:22:010:22:04

-It's a heavy film

-but it's a lovely thriller...

0:22:050:22:08

-..up there

-with Girl With A Dragon Tattoo.

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-Everyone's going on about

-Stephen King's It.

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-But Gerald's Game on Netflix...

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-..is almost a better imagining

-of Mr King's words.

0:22:160:22:19

-It's about a sex game

-gone very wrong.

0:22:190:22:21

-A woman ends up strapped to a bed.

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-Then things get nuts.

0:22:240:22:25

-I wouldn't do better if I was stuck

-to a bed but things go shit fast.

0:22:260:22:30

-Would two hours of a woman being

-chained to a bed be interesting?

0:22:310:22:35

-Fair play, Gerald's Game does more

-with the brain of one character...

0:22:360:22:39

-..than many films do

-with a huge cast.

0:22:400:22:42

-The bonkers epilogue

-that gave me nightmares.

0:22:420:22:45

-Next on Netflix, when someone

-says they've killed someone...

0:22:460:22:50

-..they go to jail,

-but apparently that's not right.

0:22:500:22:53

-The Confession Tapes on Netflix

-is about a disgusting world...

0:22:540:22:57

-..where people are forced

-to confess stuff they haven't done.

0:22:580:23:01

-It happens loads in America.

0:23:020:23:04

-We can't trust them to

-confess properly. Sort it out.

0:23:040:23:07

-I've watched five episodes

-of The Confession Tapes.

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-I'm still waiting

-for a happy ending.

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-All I want is one happy ending.

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-That was rather intense. Sorry.

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