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-I'm here in White Line MOT Centre

-trying to fix the car.

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-It's now twenty to ten.

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-We've been up since six.

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-I want to go to bed but the car

-has to be ready for tomorrow.

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-The car has come back from Llandysul

-without any brakes.

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-The car

-has to be ready for tomorrow.

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-Leon went to pick up the car

-earlier.

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-It was a fair old trek

-but we got it done.

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-There was a snow blizzard as well

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-We got back safe.

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-Leon's done a lot for me

-these past few weeks.

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-I'm very grateful.

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-The lads are here on a Friday night.

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-They're working on my car

-so I feel sorry for them.

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-Kyle has just phoned me.

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-He's having trouble sleeping

-worrying about tomorrow.

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-The lads think it's looking good,

-so, brilliant.

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-Good job.

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-Half past six in the morning.

-It's race day in Pembrey.

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-Kyle and I are ready to go down.

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-I haven't slept much because

-of yesterday but the car is ready.

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-I'm ready to race.

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-I need some more experience

-but I want to race the car.

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-Kyle, ready to go down today, mate.

-We've had a hell of a week.

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-It's nice to relax

-with one of my best mates.

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-Thanks.

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-Everything looks good.

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-Thanks to Gareth for the cage

-in the back. It looks good.

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-I just want to be on the track.

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-I've just had the noise test.

-It passed, just about.

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-This is where they decide

-if a car than race or not.

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-I've done all the checks.

-Everyone's happy.

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-I've done the brake check.

-They were happy.

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-This is the final check. I need

-to sign in then just wait to race.

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-Kyle and I are looking

-to finish on the podium.

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-Maybe not overall, but in our class.

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-The track is wet.

-It's going to be wet.

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-But it'll be exciting.

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-Something else I do

-that's dangerous.

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-My girlfriend's at home

-pulling her hair out.

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-I'm not the type to sit down

-and play chess, so there you are.

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-It is slippery so be careful.

-Have fun, enjoy yourselves.

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-Don't try and cut the corners.

-Stay away from the grass.

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-If you're seen on the grass and it's

-radioed in, your run's cancelled.

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-Not the best start -

-we hit two cones.

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-Ten-second penalties.

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-I also have to pay 10 for smashing

-a cone to bits, but there we are.

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-It's the second run now.

-The first one didn't go too well.

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-I want to improve on that.

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-I hope it's a better one.

-Under four minutes will be nice.

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-The light is broken a little.

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-Oh, well, that's racing.

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-We've knocked almost 20 seconds

-off our fastest time.

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-I think we've got another run.

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-I hope everything goes well.

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-That was a very good time for us.

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-Good. Job done.

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-I've just finished in Pembrey.

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-I'm now in Swansea

-to watch some fights.

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-I'm looking forward to watching

-Ryan Mendez against Ben Miles.

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-I'm going to help out with the show.

-It's going to be good.

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-Offence!

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-I'm really happy to get a result.

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-He was tough.

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-In rounds one and two,

-he hit me quite hard.

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-I'm happy to get the result

-in the third.

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-I'm said from the start,

-Ows has a punch like a sledgehammer.

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-In the second round, he beat the guy

-on the front foot with a left.

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-He was out. Awesome performance.

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-Thank you to the coaches, Brett,

-Chris and everyone on the team.

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-It's been a busy day.

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-In Pembrey,

-I came fourth in my class.

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-Then over to Adrenalin Fight Night

-to watch a couple of fights.

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-It was a mixed bag of results.

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-Ben was unlucky.

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-Now I'm going to Swansea

-to enjoy myself with my team-mates.

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-It's been a very tough year but

-this is the next part of the story.

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-A loaf

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-Cut the bread, not to the bottom!

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-300g cranberry sauce

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-6 rashers of cooked bacon,

-finely sliced

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-180C 20 minutes

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-Hello! I'm in Pesda today

-to show you some of Pesda.

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-Or, Bethesda,

-as it says on the sign.

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-Esyllt Ethni-Jones presents: Wales.

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-Bethesda is famous for its quarry,

-Penrhyn Quarry.

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-Here, they quarry for purple coal,

-slate, which grows on the mountain.

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-There was a strike

-in the noughties...

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-..because the workers at the quarry

-wanted more slate.

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-I won't go into it any more.

-They're still sensitive about it.

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-Oops!

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-The Super Furry Animals

-come from Bethesda.

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-Almost.

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-Two are from Anglesey and the

-other three are from South Wales...

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-..if you count that Gruff was born

-in Haverfordwest.

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-But he was raised in the next town.

-Close enough.

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-Claim to fame. For Bethesda.

-Not Gruff Rhys.

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-He's famous for better things...

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-..like discovering America

-and writing Biddley, Biddley Bong.

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-But there are bands

-who come from Bethesda...

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-..like Maffia Mr Huws, Radio Rhydd

-and The Jackson 5.

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-No, not that Jackson 5.

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-Jacsyn 5. Stupid bastards.

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-Like hell in the Bible,

-there are seven levels in Bethesda.

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-At the top is a farm, and Rachub!

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-Then a leisure centre.

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-There's nothing here.

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-A school.

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-Then the high street.

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-Down there is the rugby club.

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-Fore!

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-Ooh. Out of bounds.

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-Here's Pesda's seaside

-where the locals go to sunbathe.

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-In summer, there are donkey rides...

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-..people building sandcastles

-out of soil...

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-..and people flying through the air

-as they're pulled by speedboats.

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-People love the Bethesda seaside.

-Don't tell them it's a river!

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-There are lots of pubs in Bethesda.

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-They're all on the left as you come

-in from London on the big coach.

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-This road was built by Tommy Telford

-in 1986.

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-The pubs are houses which

-sell drinks that make you silly.

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-I'll have a vodka please, bar chap.

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-Or, as the locals say,

-"Potato water, please, Jason."

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-One Moonlight Night!

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-Don't be scared if a local

-shouts that in your face...

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-..as you walk down the street.

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-The famous novel

-about life in Bethesda...

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-..was written by one of the area's

-most famous people...

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-..John Ogwen.

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-The novel is about a young boy

-called Johnny Bach from Sling...

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-..who gathers mushrooms from

-Wil Elis Portar's potato field...

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-..the Bluebell's transsexual barman.

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-He kills everyone in the village

-with Jini Fach's shotgun. Spoilers!

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-So, there you are. Bethesda.

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-How get you here?

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-Let us know if you've ever been

-to Bethesda in the comments.

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-I'm going to remove

-a tortoise's shell.

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-Making coffee is a ritual.

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-Like every prayer

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-Every part of the soul

-must be put into it

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-And in the cruellest mornings

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-Weak of light

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-The sound of rain and the nightglow

-still on the cheeks.

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-I put the water in the pot

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-And the black powder in its dish

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-And put it on the heat, and wait.

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-As I wait, that's when

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-I and my mind have a rest

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-To burrow through papers

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-Messy envelopes

-and old receipts of the soul.

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-And keep a count

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-Of income and debts

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-The friends and thieves

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-The heart's wasteful habits.

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-Oh, teach me to flow

-like black coffee to the mug.

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-It's incredibly hard

-to give someone a ring and say...

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-.."Listen, I'm sleeping rough.

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-"I need help."

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-Around 200 people sleep on

-the streets every night in Wales.

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-This is Dan's story.

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-The first time I slept rough

-was in a football stand.

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-Nothing, just a sheet of metal

-like this and concrete steps.

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-It was extremely cold.

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-I sometimes slept

-in my aunt's friend's house.

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-Sometimes, I was in my friend's boot

-while he did his night shifts.

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-I alternated between those three.

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-I got a sleeping rough pack

-from the council.

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-A sleeping bag and a flask.

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-If someone offered me a drink, I'd

-have a swig of vodka or whisky...

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-..so I knew I'd be warm

-for the night.

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-It was embarrassing because people

-knew who I was in the village.

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-People knew who my family were.

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-They looked at me and thought, like,

-"What's gone wrong there?"

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-I knew there was bitching going on

-behind my back.

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-But what the fuck is that

-when you're sleeping rough?

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-There are other priorities.

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-I was avoiding asking for help

-because of the shame.

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-Dan has suffered mental illness

-since he was young.

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-I started anti-depressants

-when I was in Year 9.

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-But I didn't take the tablets...

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-..because they're addictive.

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-I suffered from anxiety

-so it was quite hard...

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-..to interact with people sometimes.

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-Psychologically,

-the only way I can put it...

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-..is that I used the acting out

-to supplement cutting myself.

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-At the time, I just had to leave

-for my own welfare.

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-I reached a point

-where I thought I had to...

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-..for my welfare and my family's.

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-Seeing me bringing them down

-and they weren't the same people.

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-That made me down

-on top of everything else.

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-So one day, I had to leave.

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-The number of homeless people

-in Wales has risen 72% since 2015.

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-To stop me

-cutting my arms and legs...

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-..I did stupid things.

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-Reckless.

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-It was still

-with the initial motive of...

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-..not giving a fuck

-about yourself...

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-..but you did it in a different way.

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-Around 140,000

-of 16 to 24-year-olds in Wales...

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-..experience homelessness

-every year.

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-I slept rough

-for between three weeks to a month.

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-The first step

-was being referred to Digartref.

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-Digartref got me into

-a bed & breakfast in Caernarfon.

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-I was referred to Gisda.

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-Gisda's a homeless organisation.

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-They help homeless people

-find a place to live.

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-What's nice about Gisda is that

-everyone's in the same situation.

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-..so there are no stereotypes.

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-It's nice

-to see where I've come from...

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-..where I was this time last year.

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-I speak to Mam every day.

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-I text Nain now and again...

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-..see how she's doing.

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-There's still room

-for improvement...

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-..but it's nothing compared

-to how things were last year.

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-I'm in my mate's house.

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-We had a sesh last night

-and I have a massive hangover.

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-A bacon sandwich won't hit the spot.

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-I want to make an epic Hansh hash

-with these leftovers.

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-So let's go for it.

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-Warning: Strong language

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-To start the Hansh hash,

-I have leftover turkey.

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-I'll just slice it up.

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-I have roasties and parsnips here

-that I'll slice up as well.

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-They all go in the bowl.

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-Pigs in blankets.

-My fucking favourite.

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-I love them. In they go.

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-I've got sprouts and carrots

-that have been boiled.

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-People have a love/hate relationship

-with sprouts, like Marmite.

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-I love them. They're in season.

-Everyone should eat them.

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-Everything's been sliced

-ready for the hash.

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-I now want to pimp it up.

-I want to give it a kick.

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-I'm going to chop some onions

-and chillies and crush some garlic.

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-I've got Moroccan spices.

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-It smells like Marrakesh here.

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-Cumin, coriander, mustard seeds.

-Use whatever you like.

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-That smells amazing. Seriously.

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-It's going to turbo charge

-this Hansh hash.

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-I'm going to add

-some tomato puree too.

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-This mix has been sweating

-for about ten minutes.

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-It's now time to add

-the Christmas leftovers.

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-I've covered the leftovers

-with everything that was in the pan.

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-It's now time to develop the crust,

-my favourite part.

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-The caramelization of the sugars

-and the amino acids in the food.

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-It's the best chemical reaction

-in the world.

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-There's one thing left to do -

-add eggs.

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-I'm making small holes in the hash

-then I'll add the eggs.

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-I'll just add some Moroccan spice

-on the yolk...

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-..and put the lid on

-for five minutes.

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-The best breakfast in the world.

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-There we are. An epic Hansh hash.

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-I want you

-to come right in on the eggs.

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-It's the best breakfast

-I've ever made.

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-What better way

-to use Christmas leftovers.

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-It's almost time to serve it...

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-..but I'll just finish it off

-with some sour cream...

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-..cranberry sauce...

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-..and a sprinkling of parsley.

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-The only way to serve it is straight

-from the pan with crusty bread.

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-Stuff everyone asleep upstairs.

-I'm going to smash this myself.

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-Wow.

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-I can taste the pigs in blankets

-too. Fucking hell!

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-Don't ever throw

-Christmas leftovers away.

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-Make this. An epic Hansh hash.

-Go in fucking hard.

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-# What do you remember

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-# Of the days?

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-# Wild animals

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-# With their voices

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-# No principles

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-# In all the noise

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-# In the wave

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-# In all the ignorance

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-# It's hard thinking about this

-all the time

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-# It's easier to disappear

-anywhere in the world

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-# Are you listening

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-# To me?

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-# It's hard thinking about this

-all the time

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-# It's easier to disappear

-anywhere in the world

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-# Are you listening

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-# To me?

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-# It's hard thinking about this

-all the time

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-# It's easier to disappear

-anywhere in the world

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-# Are you listening

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-# To me?

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-# It's hard thinking about this

-all the time

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-# It's easier to disappear

-anywhere in the world

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-# Are you listening

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-# To me? #

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