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-Hello, fellow Cardiff vegans.

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-It's me, Mari.

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-I'm coming to you...

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-..with a couple of my experiences

-of eating in the capital city.

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-So, if you, like me,

-like to eat healthily...

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-..or if you just fancy

-a cheeky little treat day...

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-..you've come to the right day.

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-We're in New York Deli

-waiting for vegan grinders.

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-I'm not sure what it is

-but we'll find out.

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-The grinder's arrived.

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-I'm not sure

-how I'm going to eat it.

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-But I feel uncomfortable

-about eating on a video!

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-This cost me about 5 but I don't

-think I'll be eating for two weeks.

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-I've just finished

-the vegan grinder.

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-I'll have to loosen my belt

-a couple of notches.

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-The next stop is Corner Coffee.

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-They make really nice coffee and

-they have a few healthy things...

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-..like vegan energy balls

-and so on.

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-It's literally so nice.

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-It's about 4 so a bit less...

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-..than what you get if

-you're talking about New York Deli.

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-But it's so nice.

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-I've got vegetables, hummus and the

-bread is made locally, by Pettigrew.

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-It's been made in-house,

-so it's really, really nice.

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-Quay Street Kitchen

-prepare a lot of fresh foods.

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-Healthy foods

-that are really good for you.

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-They prepare food

-that suits everyone.

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-They have gluten-free food,

-all the salads are vegan.

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-There's meat too,

-so they've got everything!

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-I had a small salad box

-with quinoa and peas.

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-It was really, really, really lush.

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-Thank you for watching my vlog

-about eating in the capital city.

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-I hope it's inspired you...

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-..for the next time

-you're hungry or hangry.

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-If you just want to go and

-have a chat with your friend...

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-..try something new.

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-So, please click on the like button

-and share it with your friends.

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-Thanks.

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-"Time ticks on the mantelpiece

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-"In empty chapels and phones

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-"Digital time clinically clean

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-"There is another time

-out on the road

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-"Between dirty lamps

-on street corners

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-"And the lazy breaths

-of a saxophone

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-"Time woven into dumb crevices

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-"Like a love letter

-in the stars' pockets

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-"Like a lawyer's letter

-in the world's pockets

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-"Time and its quantum

-of untidy beats

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-"Hearts that

-haven't been neatly synchronized

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-"Synchro-mesh crunching

-as the gears change

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-"And in that time

-there is a fragment

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-"Of the history of everyone's soul

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-"And the occasional song

-or phone call

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-"And a hasty little prayer

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-"This is the city of things lost

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-"In gaps between a Sunday afternoon

-and all of time

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-"Things that once

-had the stamp of soul upon them

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-"Now lost

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-"In gutters,

-or beneath the railway bridge

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-"In park borders lurking safe

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-"From the grip of memory

-and significance

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-"Old passport photographs,

-left-hand gloves

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-"And whisky bottles

-half-empty with dew

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-"House keys,

-small change and the dirt

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-"That lathers them

-when dog-day winds return

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-"Hitting on them,

-taking turns with the rain

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-"Unburied and unmourned

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-"There are no rituals

-for things we lose

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-"Only curses for them now and again

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-"Until we lose them out

-beyond our ken

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-"In the imperfect time,

-when we have the right

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-"To dream a little

-in the occasional pause

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-"Between obeying

-the merciless ticking

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-"When we can feel

-the whole universe ticking

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-"Its lyrics to us

-when the stars are bright

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-"In candle darkness,

-in the sound of cars

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-"There comes the night

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-"The imagination

-cannot plough up the street

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-"Into a fallow place

-where we can pray

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-"It cannot pick up the lost

-discarded things

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-"Whose elegy was not sung

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-"Imaginings

-can't change the way of clocks

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-"And so today

-in the Salem of our evening

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-"It's sweet to hide away

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-"Here is our well-fashioned time,

-our compromise

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-"Between the wild innocence

-of first loving

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-"And the dust

-we have been breathing for years

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-"London-wise,

-sophisticated as cities

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-"Between the trees

-where the Taff is flowing

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-"We rest a last dance

-to the night-bird's cries

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-"One fine evening."

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-Jesus Christ, get a move on or we'll

-never get to where we want to be.

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-Come on.

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-I want to turn it into night soon.

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-I want to turn it into night soon.

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-Don't, then.

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-What do you mean, "Don't, then"?

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-What do you mean, "Don't, then"?

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-Don't turn it into night.

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-I can't, for God's sake.

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-Sorry for taking my name in vain.

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-I have to turn it into night or

-I'll confuse the people down there.

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-Put that phone away!

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-Put that phone away!

-

-Two minutes.

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-Two minutes?! Put it away!

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-OK. Two minutes.

-I'm speaking to my followers.

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-Followers? You only have 11.

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-Followers? You only have 11.

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-12, actually.

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-You're not still friends with Judas?

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-Yes, he's a good bloke.

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-Yes, he's a good bloke.

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-Put your phone away now!

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-Oh, my God!

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-Come on now.

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-You and me. A little quality time

-like we used to have.

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-Right. Where are we?

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-Right, um...

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-Right. We went past that cloud.

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-We turned left and...

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-We're lost, aren't we?

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-No, just getting my bearings.

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-I haven't been here a while.

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-Hold on. Um...

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-There we are.

-The Pearly Gates are over there.

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-The Pearly Gates are that way.

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-The Pearly Gates.

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-Do you have a compass on that phone?

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-My name is Efa Dyfan.

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-My interest in art

-started when I was about this size.

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-I was born into the art world.

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-I had no choice.

-I can't do anything else!

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-I live in Gerlan in the middle

-of the slates and the zip line.

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-I grew up in Llanrug in the woods.

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-I'm a woman of the woods.

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-It inspired me.

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-It's a magical place, really.

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-One piece of work I've done

-is The Acid House.

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-It's based on Irvine Welsh's book.

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-I was drawn to Irvine Welsh's

-stories...

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-..because his style of writing...

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-..turns something

-that's quite extreme and dark...

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-..into something so extreme

-it's hilarious.

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-I really like the dark humour.

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-In terms of clothes,

-I like anything with lots of colour.

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-I like bringing different items

-together.

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-The most insane it is the better.

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-The reason why I make

-my own clothes, like this skirt...

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-..is because you can't get anything

-as colourful or nuts in shops.

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-I'm wearing a jumpsuit

-I made from a bedsheet.

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-I used the rest

-to make my bedroom curtains.

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-It's always been a dream of mine...

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-..to have an outfit

-which matches the curtains!

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-I like it because it's colourful.

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-It's really comfortable.

-I feel like a baby.

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-I started doing up toilet seats...

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-..after thinking that a toilet seat

-looked ugly and needed painting.

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-There are lots of similar items

-around the house.

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-If there's a piece of wood here

-long enough, I'll have painted it!

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-The focus of my work

-is quite figurative.

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-I like doing people and faces.

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-Having had a base in life drawing

-in college has helped me do that.

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-The challenge when making puppets

-is doing the face...

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-..because the face contains

-the puppet's different emotions.

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-It has to be an expressive face but

-which doesn't say too much either.

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-Don't trust anyone

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-Dreaming the future

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-Can people dream the future?

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-Well, one psychologist

-researched into it in the '60s.

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-That man was Dr J C Barker.

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-In 1966,

-after the Aberfan disaster...

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-..when a huge

-landslide of coal waste...

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-..came down the mountain

-and engulfed a primary school...

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-..killing 144 people.

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-Dr Barker,

-who lived close to Aberfan...

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-..contacted the science editor

-of the London Evening Standard...

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-..in order to publish an appeal

-asking anyone...

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-..who'd foreseen or dreamt about

-the tragedy before it happened.

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-Dr Barker was therefore looking

-for people who'd seen the future.

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-Over the following weeks...

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-..76 people got in touch saying

-they had foreseen the disaster.

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-From the 76, 60 were considered

-to be worth further research.

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-Barker contacted the 60 asking them

-to send the names and addresses...

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-..of witnesses who'd heard

-about the dream or vision...

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-..before the tragedy happened.

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-Someone who could confirm...

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-..that the correspondents had dreamt

-about Aberfan before the tragedy.

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-Barker received confirmation

-about 24 of the cases.

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-Mrs Eagleton said she'd dreamt...

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-..that a tragedy had happened

-in a mining village.

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-She saw mountains of coal and water

-rushing down the valley...

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-..and swallowing a building

-full of children.

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-The screaming was so realistic

-she woke herself screaming.

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-This was exactly a week

-before the tragedy.

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-So, the question asked by Barker...

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-..was whether this phenomenon

-could be used to save lives.

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-As you can imagine, experts

-were very sceptical of the research.

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-They said that the probability was

-high for at least one person...

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-..to dream about similar events...

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-..considering the size

-of the British population.

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-But, Professor Richard Wiseman

-has done the sums.

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-He's worked out that the chances...

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-..of someone dreaming about

-a memorable event by chance...

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-..before it happened without

-any paranormal interference...

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-..is 22,000 to 1.

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-That means,

-in Britain at that time...

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-..in the '60s...

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-..up to 2,000 people...

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-..could have dreamt about

-the tragedy before it happened.

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-In the '60s as well, scientists

-offered a scientific explanation...

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-..to premonitory dreams.

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-Someone can have a nightmare

-they don't remember...

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-..but they remember

-having a nightmare.

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-Later, when they see

-a tragedy on the news...

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-..the pictures they see

-are absorbed by the brain...

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-..and fill the blank.

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-That person will believe they dreamt

-of the tragedy before it happened.

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-So, did Dr J C Barker prove

-that people can dream the future?

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-No. Unfortunately, it's not possible

-to use dreams to save lives.

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-Yet.

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-Thanks for watching.

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-Remember, keep your eyes open

-and don't trust anyone.

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-Cara's Winter Make-up

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-Hi, I'm Cara Glynne and I own

-the @caraglynne Instagram account...

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-..and the Makeup by Cara

-Facebook page.

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-Today, I'm going to create the look

-I'm currently wearing.

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-It's perfect for any event

-you have on over winter.

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-To create this look, I use four

-shades of the Morphe 350 palette.

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-I start with a light colour

-all over the crease.

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-Then, I use a smaller brush using

-the second colour of the palette.

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-I then add a third colour and keep

-this shade low in the crease.

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-Next, I cut the crease

-with a concealer...

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-..and set it with Laura Mercier

-Translucent Setting Powder.

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-Next, I use the white gold shade

-in the palette.

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-I always use my finger

-to put on shimmery eyeshadow...

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-..because the pigmentation

-is much better.

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-I'm now going back in with

-the orange to blend everything in.

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-Next, I'm using Shimma Shimma

-by Makeup Geek under the brow bone.

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-I'm now using Telescopic mascara

-by L'Oreal.

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-The next step is to use the second

-colour I used on the eyelids...

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-..on the lower lash line.

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-Now, I'm putting Shimma Shimma

-by Makeup Geek on the inner corners.

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-Next, I'm adding eyelashes by

-Huda Beauty in the Samantha style.

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-Moving on to the face, I'm using

-bronzer by Physicians Formula...

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-..to give the skin some colour.

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-Next, I'm using a blusher

-by wet'n'wild...

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-..in the Apri-Cot in the Middle

-shade.

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-Then, I use a highlighter by theBalm

-in the Mary-Lou Manizer shade.

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-I also like to highlight the top

-of my lips to make them look bigger.

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-To finish, I use liquid lipstick

-by Jeffree Star...

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-..in the Dominatrix shade.

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-Here's the finished look.

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-If you want to have a go, please

-comment below and include a photo.

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-I'd love to see them.

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-To see more of my work, please

-look at my Instagram - @caraglynne

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-# Just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# I'll practise

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-# In an hour or so

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-# Things

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-# Are falling apart

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-# Don't worry, girl

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-# I won't stare

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-# Just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Wander

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-# In my mind

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-# Don't worry, girl

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-# About what that means

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-# It's hard when

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-# No-one gives a damn

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-# It's hard

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-# It's my fault

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-# Just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Just let me

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-# Think things through

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-# Just let me, just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Just let me, just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Just let me, just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Just let me, just let me

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-# Sit down

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-# Ooh-ooh

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-# Ooh-ooh

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-# Ooh-ooh #

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