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-Fashion and slogans

-have gone together since the 1960s.

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-We live in the age

-of hilarious memes...

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-..but they're still

-as popular as ever.

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-A T-shirt is a meme

-that's on your chest all day.

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-It may not be on your mind,

-but everyone reads it.

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-You can vent your frustration

-easily, without talking to anyone.

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-In the shit age

-of Brexit and Trump..

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-..racism and sexism persist,

-and people are pissed off about it.

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-The trend began in the 1960s

-when a shop on King's Road...

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-..first sold T-shirts

-with Disney slogans.

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-In 1977, Vivienne Westwood

-dragged the idea into politics.

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-..with the infamous "Destroy".

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-Yes, that was Jesus Christ

-dangling off a swastika.

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-You go, girl!

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-Katharine Hamnett

-picked up the baton...

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-..and announced to the world

-that she used condoms!

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-Since then, loads of designers

-have jumped on the bandwagon.

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-The latest is Dior,

-with We Should All Be Feminists.

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-The genuine ones are 700,

-so, this is my version.

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-Does it look home-made?

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-Tell me, what kind of awareness

-does this raise?

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-What is the message?

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-Is it an anti-transsexual top?

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-Are you happy to show off

-who you are forever?

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-Or how about this one from ASOS?

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-OK, Female As Fuck...

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-..as opposed to

-Slightly Female, Slightly Ogre.

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-Half female, half mermaid.

-What are you trying to say?

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-These aren't political statements...

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-..just trendy, meaningless

-fashion T-shirts.

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-Thousands of girls buy them,

-Instagram the shit out of them...

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-..without considering what message

-they're trying to spread.

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-Your gender

-shouldn't affect your salary...

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-..your right to cry if someone dies

-and being able to wear mascara.

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-Don't let ASOS, Topshop,

-River Island, whoever...

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-..tell you what you believe.

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-There are lots of slogans out there.

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-"Love men, hate sexism!"

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-If you're a feminist

-and believe in equality...

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-..please spread the message.

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-Instagram, Twitter, Facebook,

-talk to your grandmother, whatever.

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-But please don't be that person

-who walks down the street...

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-..who lets a huge fashion label...

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-..con you

-that a top is really trendy.

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-Don't buy it, take it home

-and Instagram it...

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-..without considering

-what a slogan means...

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-..and understanding

-what you're saying.

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-The main focus of this picture

-is the circle in the centre.

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-The circle in the centre...

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-..has been an important element

-of Western art for centuries.

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-The arrow usually points us

-towards where we are...

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-..the centre of the picture.

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-We are at the centre

-of our universe now.

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-Every one of us, as individuals.

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-We are at the centre

-of the entire universe.

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-What we do with that universe...

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-..is fill it with our possessions...

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-..and our dirty laundry.

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-Our world and our universe...

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-..is full of dirty laundry.

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-Hm.

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-I think the hinge

-on my washing machine...

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-..is on a different side

-to this one.

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-I couldn't fit my hinge on that side

-because the wall was there.

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-When they install them,

-they give you a choice of sides...

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-..if I remember rightly,

-because this it was years ago.

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-The seal on mine

-is a different colour.

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-No, I had to have a new seal.

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-It's such an old machine

-that the seal started to leak.

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-I had a new seal, which is why

-it's a different colour.

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-First gig?

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-In Gaerwen last year.

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-It wasn't the best gig ever.

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-It wasn't the best gig ever.

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-We made a lot of mistakes.

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-First musical love?

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-Mine, definitely,

-Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys.

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-John Bonham.

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-Worst gig?

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-I'm sure they'll be watching.

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-Llanllyfni Football Club.

-There were three there.

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-All of them eating hot dogs.

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-They weren't interested in us.

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-What are you best at cooking?

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-Tuna melt.

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-Beans on toast, something simple.

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-Who would you

-swap places with, and why?

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-I'd swap myself

-with someone who can actually sing.

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-You can sing.

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-What are you currently reading?

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-Dan Gadarn Goncrid,

-as part of the Welsh course.

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-What would the line-up be

-at your own festival?

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-We'd call it Gwyl Gwydyr,

-instead of Gwydir.

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-Just bands we like.

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-Black Keys, Tame Impala.

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-Yes, Tame Impala,

-and someone from the SRG.

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-Argrph, Chroma.

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-What song is in your head?

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-The song we've been playing

-for two days.

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-Yes, I agree with you there.

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-It's stuck in my head.

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-We've spent two days

-recording this song.

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-We do takes over and over.

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-It's going round in my head

-non-stop.

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-Biggest fashion mistake?

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-I don't know, I make lots!

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-I have no sense of fashion at all.

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-Probably wearing Crocs with jeans.

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-Clubbing in Ibiza

-or camping in St David's?

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-I haven't done either of them.

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-Camping would be a laugh,

-it if was warm.

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-I can't afford Ibiza,

-so St David's it is.

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-500g bread flour, 7g yeast,

-10g salt, 300ml water.

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-Knead.

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-Prove until it doubles in size.

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-2 jars sun-dried tomatoes.

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-Sun-dried tomatoes.

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-100g cheddar, 100g mozzarella.

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-200C, 15-20 minutes.

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-How thousands of people across the

-world have become millionaires...

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-..by using the currency

-of the future, Bitcoin.

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-What is Bitcoin?

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-Simply, unlike traditional money,

-cryptocurrency is digital money.

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-There are no coins or notes,

-it only exists in cyberspace.

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-Bitcoin is a leading cryptocurrency.

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-So, how does it work?

-It's a strange idea.

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-People mined for gold

-with a pick and shovel.

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-Bitcoin is also mined,

-but with computers.

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-As a computer processes

-a very complex algorithm...

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-..it ultimately spits out Bitcoin.

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-Complex algorithm in, Bitcoin out.

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-It was created by a bloke

-called Satoshi Nakamoto.

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-He only created 21 million Bitcoins.

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-Just as all the real gold

-will one day have been mined...

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-..it's the same with Bitcoin.

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-Bitcoin's scarcity is the reason...

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-..why it goes up in value

-from month to month.

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-When Bitcoin began in 2009,

-with each block costing 10...

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-..no-one really believed

-it would become popular.

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-But 18-year-old American

-Erik Finman did.

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-He bought 1,000 worth of Bitcoin

-back in 2009.

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-His Bitcoin

-is now worth 2.5 million.

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-But is he actually a millionaire

-if he can't print and spend it? Yes.

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-Several companies

-now deal in Bitcoin.

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-They'll exchange it

-for normal money.

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-Even companies like Lamborghini

-allow customers to pay with Bitcoin.

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-Before I finish, here's a lesson.

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-If you think you have a hard drive

-with some cryptocurrency on it...

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-..don't throw it away

-like Welshman James Howells.

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-In 2013,

-he ditched an old hard drive...

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-..before realizing

-that it had 7,500 Bitcoin on it.

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-Today, that's worth 63 million.

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-That drive is currently buried

-in a council tip in Newport.

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-Gutted.

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-In April 2015,

-8,964 people were killed in Nepal...

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-..in a 7.8 Mw earthquake.

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-500,000 homes were destroyed.

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-Today, many volunteers are there

-to help with rebuilding work.

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-Good morning from Nepal.

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-It's 6.30am and I'm getting ready

-for a day's volunteering.

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-We're helping to build

-a house on the mountainside...

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-..for a family

-affected by the earthquake.

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-I have a 40-minute hike

-to get there.

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-This is a volunteer's day in Nepal.

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-The house I'm going to

-is right up that mountain.

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-Tom volunteers

-in the Kathmandu Valley.

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-Namaste.

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-Good morning.

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-Good morning.

-

-Good morning. How are you?

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-Fine.

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-That's the 250 I owe you.

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-Radio.

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-I'm going up the mountain.

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-I owed him 250 rupees...

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-..for a dodgy radio

-I bought yesterday.

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-The valley was badly affected

-by the earthquake.

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-Almost there.

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-Good morning.

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-How are you?

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-This is what's left

-of the family's home.

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-The earthquake

-only lasted 56 seconds.

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-This is the house...

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-..above Kathmandu.

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-This is the quarry where most

-of the materials are sourced.

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-Sand comes down with the stream.

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-Once dried, it's carried here.

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-We sieve out the stones

-with this fence-like device.

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-That gives us pure sand.

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-We use it to make plaster

-for the outside of the house.

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-It costs about 6,000

-to build one house...

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-There are five rooms.

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-..and 936 hours of labour.

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-There's no electricity.

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-This is the children's room.

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-There's a nice view of Kathmandu.

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-The roof is made

-of corrugated steel.

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-Around the side

-is the new septic tank.

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-This is the finished product.

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-We're having lunch with the family.

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-This is their temporary house.

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-It's basically a shed

-of bamboo and corrugated steel.

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-480,000 families

-are still in temporary homes.

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-Organizations like Volunteers

-Initiative Nepal...

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-..offer volunteering opportunities

-in the country.

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-That's another day's work completed.

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-I'm off to the shop now

-to buy a cold can and neck it!

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-# We have to survive the otherworld

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-# Nothing to prove in the real world

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-# Thoughts flow through my head

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-# There's no control,

-no-one to tell us off

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-# The devil's claws take hold

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-# There's no way to leave

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-# The scent of escape is attractive

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-# There's no way up nor down

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-# Undo your mind

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-# A proper explosion

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-# The devil's chains

-won't hold us down

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-# Burn the nightmare

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-# Drown the fire

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-# Turn the night into snow

-made of fine ashes

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-# With a flash comes daylight

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-# Like a creature losing faith

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-# The key to the cell has been lost

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-# A knock with the chisel

-and it splits

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-# In the darkness

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-# You are one step ahead of me

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-# It's sufferer two's turn

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-# To escape through closed doors

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-# Undo your mind

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-# A proper explosion

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-# The devil's chains

-won't hold us down

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-# Burn the nightmare

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-# Drown the fire

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-# Turn the night into snow

-made of fine ashes

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-# Undo your mind

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-# A proper explosion

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-# The devil's chains

-won't hold us down

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-# Burn the nightmare

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-# Drown the fire

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-# Turn the night into snow

-made of fine ashes #

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-No lager, no wine, dry January 2018.

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-Hello, Hansh viewers.

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-I'm Sioned, I'm 19

-and I'm at Bangor University.

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-I'm doing

-the Dry January challenge...

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-..on Hansh, which means not drinking

-through the whole of January...

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-..to see if I can do it

-and to save money.

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-I drink too much wine

-and go to too many punch parties...

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-..especially in JMJ, when

-you're in a flat full of people...

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-..who love, love, love drinking.

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-I want to prove to myself

-that I can do something as tough...

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-..as not touching a glass of wine

-for a month.

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-It'll be interesting

-and I'll keep you updated.

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-It's Tuesday night, 2 January.

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-I've been invited out

-for a pint in Felinheli.

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-I want to go but I can't.

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-I've got lots of work to do.

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-I'm not going to sit in the flat

-listening to the wind and rain.

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-There's no-one else here.

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-I've done three hours' work.

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-It's not the end of the world.

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-I'm going out with my friends.

-and I'll drink lemonade.

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-Hello, Hansh viewers,

-here's an update about last night.

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-I decided to go out and not drink.

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-Yes, I managed to do that.

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-I saved loads of money.

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-40 maybe, and I proved that I can

-sit in a pub and not drink.

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-This success could help

-in the future. I'll update you.

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-This crate of five

-is down to 3.57.

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-I really want it,

-but it's going back.

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-Stella's my favourite lager too.

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-My friends are going out.

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-I'm entertaining myself here,

-without alcohol.

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-I'd usually have a glass of wine

-and watch YouTube or Peaky Blinders.

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-I'm watching it again on Netflix.

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-It's a thrill,

-just drooling at Tommy Shelby.

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-He's so fit!

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-There are birthday parties

-on Friday and on Saturday.

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-It'll be tough to be among people

-who'll be steaming drunk.

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-I've come to the library.

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-Great!

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-Hello again. It's Friday.

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-I was meant to go out tonight...

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-..but I'm feeling really ill.

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-It's my best decision of 2018 yet.

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-I'm staying in.

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-Everyone's back.

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-They're going out for a catch-up

-after being away over Christmas.

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-My challenge is not to drink,

-and it's my friend's 18th birthday.

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-Happy birthday, Llew Roberts.

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-I went out on Saturday

-and it was fun.

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-Smoking, trying to chat

-to friends, dancing.

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-I'm sticking to orangeade tonight.

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-We'll see how it goes.

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