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Pennod 7

Ffion Dafis sy'n dioddef digwyddiad anffodus wrth brofi nwyddau harddwch ac mae Colin y crwban yn darllen dyfodol Dai Baker. A fortune telling tortoise and a make-up mishap for ...


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-Hello and welcome.

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-We're in Cardiff tonight.

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-My favourite place in Cardiff

-is the Bay, home of the Assembly.

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-Do you know how many people

-work in the Assembly?

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-Half of them!

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-We all have some physical trait

-that makes us stand out.

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-A long nose, maybe, big ears,

-sly eyes or thick lips.

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-But my first guest has made

-a big impression with her hair.

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-Please welcome Ffion Dafis.

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-Welcome. You're tall.

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-I am tall.

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-I am tall.

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-There.

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-That's better. How tall are you?

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-I think it's Welsh men

-that are short!

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-That's the problem.

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-We must mention the hair.

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-Are the curls natural?

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-I've always had big, thick hair.

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-It has a life of its own.

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-No-one had ever asked Ffion to use

-her curls to sell haircare products.

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-Not until we came along, that is.

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-Watch this.

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-Hiya, Ffion.

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-Hiya, Ffion.

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-This is Ffion Dafis.

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-She's a familiar presenter

-and actress.

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-She's known for many things...

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-..but especially so

-for her wonderful hair.

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-That's why she has come

-to the Cardiff and Vale College...

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-..to discuss

-an exciting new venture.

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-This is young entrepreneur Sara...

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-..who has seen a gap in the market

-for Welsh haircare products.

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-Sara, with the help

-of Nia Evans from Bodlon...

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-..has invited Ffion to lend her name

-to the brand-new Gwalltog range.

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-We do shampoos...

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-..conditioner,

-tangle tamer, small bags.

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-Haircare products.

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-We'd like you

-to be the face of the product...

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-..because of your hair,

-which is lovely, gorgeous.

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-Is it your own hair?

-Not extensions or anything?!

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-It pops off at the back!

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-It pops off at the back!

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-Lovely!

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-Have you ever considered

-putting your hair on the Internet?

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-No.

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-No.

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-No?

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-Do you know Rhydian Roberts

-from The X Factor?

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-Yes?

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-He chopped it off

-and put it on eBay.

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-Mine's got split ends.

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-Mine's got split ends.

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-Split ends?

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-No-one would want this.

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-Let's move on.

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-What do you think?

-Do you like the logo?

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-Um, well...

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-..I do like it.

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-This is the shampoo.

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-This one has a raspberry scent.

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-But my boss

-is pushing for smoky bacon.

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-Smoky bacon?

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-Isn't that an oink-ment?!

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-No? OK.

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-Any successful venture

-needs an advert.

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-It's no sham, this shampoo...

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-Wait, it's no sham...

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-Once again.

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-Aren't you a professional, Ffion?

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-It's no sham, this shampoo,

-you can be sure of that.

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-For the best hair,

-use this shampoo.

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-Gwalltog shampoo.

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-Amazing! Fabulous!

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-Obviously, Ffion has to see

-if the product works.

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-Our hair model, Carys,

-has agreed to be a guinea pig...

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-..a mere week

-before her cousin's wedding.

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-A brave decision.

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-Hiya, are you alright?

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-Is everything OK, Carys?

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-It's painful too.

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-It's coming out in big clumps,

-and this never happens.

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-Oh my God! You're promoting this!

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-Eh?

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-Eh?

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-Isn't it your name on the bottle?

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-Carys would be pulling her hair out,

-if it wasn't already falling out.

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-My hair's falling out!

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-My hair's falling out!

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-Don't panic.

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-What's happened?

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-What's happened?

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-My hair's falling out!

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-I'm going to sue you all.

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-I'm going to sue you all.

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-You knew there was a slight risk.

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-My hair is actually falling out!

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-You signed the contract.

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-You signed the contract.

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-Where is it?

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-I'll fetch it.

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-I'll fetch it.

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-It's falling out.

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-Everyone here is a witness.

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-We'd better tell Ffion before

-she starts to tear her hair out.

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-Ffion Dafis!

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-Thanks for proving

-that you're a good sport.

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-I'll see you in the studio,

-and I promise to be well-groomed.

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-Shampooed and conditioned.

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-Shampooed and conditioned.

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-Yes, OK, got me!

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-What were you thinking

-when Carys's hair fell out?

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-Oh, gosh!

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-I couldn't believe it.

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-Ordinarily, I'd never agree

-to anything like that.

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-I only did it

-because I trust Nia Bodlon.

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-Where are you, Nia?

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-Where are you, Nia?

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-Here!

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-Was it hard to keep a straight face?

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-Very hard.

-It was such an unreal situation.

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-I did feel guilty

-for deceiving her.

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-You've got some news to share.

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-Ffion and I have agreed

-to create these bags and sell them.

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-I've got your contract here.

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-My agency fee is 40%!

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-He can't play any part in it.

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-He can't play any part in it.

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-No, he can't.

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-Here's a reminder of the day.

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-You have done some modelling too.

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-Have I?

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-Look at them now!

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-I'm old enough

-to be their grandmother!

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-The series was Amdani,

-about a women's rugby team.

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-I played the no.8.

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-This is how they decided

-to promote the first series.

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-I was game, at the time,

-because I was 18 years younger!

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-I was on every bus stop

-and on the back of every bus.

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-My father had one hell of a shock

-when a bus passed him in Caernarfon!

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-We've played a prank on you,

-but you're a prankster too.

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-My boyfriend at the time

-lived in Upper Bangor.

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-You know the usual freshers' week

-and rag week pranks.

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-His mates had dumped us

-out in remotest Snowdonia...

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-..and we wanted revenge.

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-I had the key, so we decided

-to steal everything from his house.

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-The TV, the toaster, the microwave.

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-Everything went into the car

-and back to our halls of residence.

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-I went to bed...

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-..not remembering a thing

-about what we'd done.

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-The next thing,

-I heard walkie-talkies.

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-There were police

-all over the house.

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-I was quivering upstairs...

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-..knowing that I couldn't go down

-and admit what I'd done.

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-He came into the bedroom and said,

-"You won't guess what's happened!"

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-I said, "I did it."

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-He said, "What?!"

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-"I did it. Me and the girls

-have swiped the whole house."

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-He went ballistic, which is

-the only way I can describe it.

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-I feel guilty when we prank people,

-but not now.

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-Maybe it's karma.

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-Ffion, thanks very much

-for being a good sport.

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-Thank you.

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-Ffion is an old hand

-at presenting programmes...

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-..but if you want to know

-how not to present a radio show...

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-..join me after the break.

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-Welcome back.

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-When my next guest moved

-to Cynwyl Elfed as a young boy...

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-..he didn't speak a word of Welsh.

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-Now, he's one of the mainstays

-of Aelwyd Hafodwennog...

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-..and the YFC in Carmarthenshire.

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-I know him well.

-Please welcome Dai Baker.

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-Welcome.

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-Welcome.

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-Thank you, I think.

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-You'll be fine.

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-We often see you at eisteddfodau,

-both with Hafodwennog and the YFC.

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-When did you start with the Aelwyd?

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-I joined when I was in Year 7,

-so that was 1995.

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-I've had great experiences

-and many laughs over the years.

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-At the Royal Welsh Show, Dai was

-invited as a guest on a radio show.

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-Nothing unusual in that, is there?

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-Well, there is when our team

-is in charge of the guests.

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-Watch this.

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-This is Dai Baker,

-a familiar face in his local area.

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-He's one of the leaders

-of Penybont YFC in Carmarthenshire.

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-He also conducts choirs

-at Aelwyd Hafodwennog.

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-On the final day

-of the 2017 Royal Welsh Show...

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-..Dai has been invited

-onto Marky G's radio show...

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-..on CymruFM.

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-But our cameras are watching,

-so let's see what happens.

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-Hello and welcome to CymruFM.

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-Dai, welcome.

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-I'm going to show you some pictures

-on these cards here.

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-You give me clues

-and I try to guess what they are.

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-A black and white animal.

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-It goes moo.

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-It goes moo.

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-A cow.

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-Do you see? I'm not that bad.

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-HE MAKES A CLUCKING NOISE

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-A hen?

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-A hen?

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-Yes, you've got it.

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-Very good. Next.

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-HE SQUAWKS

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-A pirate has one on his shoulder.

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-A pirate has one on his shoulder.

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-A parrot!

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-One more then.

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-One more then.

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-The king of the jungle.

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-HE ROARS

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-A tiger?

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-A tiger?

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-No, the king of the jungle.

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-A lion!

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-The next song

-is your favourite song.

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-Aqua, with I'm A Barbie Girl.

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-I'm A Barbie Girl?

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-An interesting choice, Dai.

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-Even live on the radio,

-nature will sometimes call.

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-I hope Mark comes back

-before the end of the song.

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-We are expecting Mark back.

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-He's had to leave the desk

-for a moment.

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-This is a big test

-of my ability to keep things going.

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-Sheep competition

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-The sheep competitions

-are taking place...

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-..in the sheep ring

-at the top end...

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-..as well as

-the cattle championships...

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-..in the main cattle ring

-on the showground.

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-There's a rumour going around...

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-..that Dai Llanilar

-will be on Strictly Come Dancing.

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-True or not,

-I wouldn't want to see his salsa.

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-His waltz might keep him

-from being voted out.

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-..where...

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-..where...

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-Keep it going, Dai.

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-..where...

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-..where...

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-Where what, Dai?

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-..where...

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-..where...

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-Where's who, Dai?

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-..John Simpson...

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-..John Simpson...

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-John Simpson? What is he on about?

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-Thank goodness, Mark's back.

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-The toilet lock!

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-Welcome back, Mark.

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-No radio programme is complete

-without one of these.

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-Colin the psychic tortoise...

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-Colin can read people's minds...

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-..and I can read Colin's mind.

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-Try it, Dai.

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-First of all...

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-E nuvoloso.

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-Sorry?

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-Sorry?

-

-It's cloudy in Italian.

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-Right.

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-Right.

-

-He says you're learning Italian.

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-I did some Italian modules

-at college.

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-You fancied a girl on the course.

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-You fancied a girl on the course.

-

-OK, that's really freaky.

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-Really? Well done, Colin.

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-Really? Well done, Colin.

-

-That's seriously freaky.

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-He also says that you like football.

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-He also says that you like football.

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-Yes.

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-You have a footballing scar.

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-Yes, I do.

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-Yes, I do.

-

-He says you were a goalie.

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-Yes, but...

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-..it was a sketch

-at a comic eisteddfod.

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-Great! Incredible.

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-We'll have another record.

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-Thanks to Bethan and Colin

-for joining us. Incredible.

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-Here's Edward H Dafis

-with Breuddwyd Roc A Rol...

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-That was amazing.

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-Nuts!

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-Well done, Colin.

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-Who'd have thought

-that tortoises could read minds?

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-We've had some Twitter messages,

-and this one on Skype.

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-Let's see. This one's on Skype.

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-Dai Baker, hello.

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-Nigel Owens here, and you've proved

-that you're a good sport.

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-My presenting job

-is safe for a while.

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-As for the future,

-we must ask Colin.

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-I'll see you in the studio.

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-Give him a clap!

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-Look out

-when you're next in Carmarthen.

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-Sleep with your eyes open!

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-That interview

-was supposed to be at 9.30am.

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-When did you turn up, Dai?

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-When did you turn up, Dai?

-

-Well...

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-Shall I tell you?

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-To actually film it, about two?

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-To actually film it, about two?

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-It was two o'clock.

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-It was the last day of the show,

-and six days on the pop.

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-To be honest, I was steaming.

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-It would have been a disaster

-if I had turned up on time!

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-You learnt Italian

-because you fancied a girl?

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-It was on the induction

-at Cardiff University.

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-I don't know if it's still true...

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-..but in the first year, you had to

-do one module from another subject.

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-I met a girl at the induction

-in a queue like the one at Oakwood.

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-There's no escape in those.

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-I was two rows down

-and it was too late to get out...

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-..because I was chatting her up.

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-I was stuck there,

-so I did an Italian module.

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-Have you done anything

-to meet someone you had a crush on?

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-Joining an orchestra?

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-I played the harp

-in the Gwynedd orchestra...

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-..because I fancied

-one of the oboists.

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-What about the Royal Welsh Show?

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-What about the Royal Welsh Show?

-

-I've been there once.

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-My abiding memory...

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-..is seeing a stark naked man

-running around the stockman's...

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-..with a newspaper up his bum

-which was in flames.

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-Can I just clarify, it wasn't me!

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-I knew you looked familiar!

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-We mentioned your contribution

-with Aelwyd Hafodwennog.

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-Someone who has worked closely

-with you is Eirlys Phillips.

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-What's Dai Baker like?

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-He's very enthusiastic

-and extremely diligent.

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-He has the ability

-to inspire young people.

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-He's always supportive.

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-For the best part

-of the last ten years...

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-..he has been an exceptional leader.

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-He's multitalented.

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-He's an actor, a fine singer

-and he plays the flute.

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-Not the oboe, sadly!

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-How important is the Aelwyd

-to the community and to Wales?

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-Like me, lots of young people

-in Welsh-medium education...

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-..don't come

-from a Welsh-speaking background.

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-Without the chance to use it...

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-..and to enjoy it naturally,

-then language has no value.

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-Without Aelwyd Hafodwennog

-and Penybont YFC later...

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-..I don't think

-I'd speak Welsh today.

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-Thank you for all that you do

-for Aelwyd Hafodwennog...

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-..and with the YFC

-in Carmarthenshire.

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-You fully deserve this award.

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-This is a special award tonight.

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-It comes with a watch...

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-..to make sure

-you're not late next time.

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-I'll ask Ffion

-to present you with it.

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-These two know their animals

-at the Royal Welsh Show.

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-But can they differentiate

-between sheep and donkeys?

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-It's time to play

-Sounds Baa-miliar.

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-It's very straightforward.

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-We play an animal sound

-and you draw what it is.

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-A picture too.

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-A picture too.

-

-Right, what's this?

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-Ffion, what have you got?

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-A chameleon.

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-Dai, what have you got?

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-Dai, what have you got?

-

-I've got a tortoise.

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-Is it a chameleon or a tortoise?

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-Well done, Dai.

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-Here's another one.

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-What do you think? A penguin?

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-A cat on a Friday night.

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-What have you got, Dai?

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-What have you got, Dai?

-

-A penguin!

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-Let's see what it is.

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-A dog!

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-You were both wrong,

-and here's the last one.

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-What have you got?

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-What have you got?

-

-My sister's youngest child.

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-He sounds like that.

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-What about you?

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-What about you?

-

-A giraffe.

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-Let's see.

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-Dai, you win 1-0, well done.

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-That's it for tonight.

0:23:040:23:06

-Thanks to my guests,

-Ffion Dafis and Dai Baker.

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-Thanks to the audience

-here in Cardiff and at home.

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-Will you join us next week

-for another Wyt Ti'n Gem?

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-Until then, goodnight.

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-S4C Subtitles by Testun Cyf.

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Ffion Dafis sy'n dioddef digwyddiad anffodus wrth brofi nwyddau harddwch ac mae Colin y crwban yn darllen dyfodol Dai Baker. A fortune telling tortoise and a make-up mishap for Ffion Dafis.