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-Hello, how are you?

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-Good evening and welcome

-to Wyt Ti'n Gem?

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-I've been in Caernarfon so often,

-it's feeling like my second home.

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-I must say, I enjoy coming here,

-but good grief, it's a long way.

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-There's nothing worse

-than driving on the A470.

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-I'd rather referee a soccer match

-than drive on the A470.

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-I think I'd rather have a baby...

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-..than drive on the A470.

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-I'd rather even listen

-to an entire John ac Alun CD...

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-No, the A470's not that bad.

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-Are you ready to meet

-my first guest this week?

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-Yes.

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-He's the genial presenter

-of Stwnsh and Prynhawn Da...

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-..but he's not always like that

-when he's on the rugby pitch.

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-Please welcome Owain Gwynedd.

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-Welcome to the show.

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-Thank you.

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-You're a familiar face

-and voice on TV.

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-When did you start

-doing voice-overs?

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-It's something

-that always needs doing...

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-..on children's TV, Prynhawn Da,

-Heno, rugby, what have you.

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-It means more work

-and keeping my career going.

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-It's funny you should mention

-more voice-over work.

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-For a familiar face on TV screens...

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-..a voice-over job

-should hold no fears...

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-..unless our team is in charge

-of the recording session.

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-Watch this.

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-This is Owain Gwynedd,

-a familiar presenter on S4C.

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-A corporate company has asked Owain

-to voice a new film...

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-Thanks for coming in.

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-..to promote Wales

-nationally and internationally.

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-Making such a promo

-requires a conscientious director...

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-..and lots of sound effects.

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-But first, some vocal exercises...

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-..to enunciate clearly.

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-When you're ready.

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-When you're ready.

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-OK.

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-Oer yw'r eira ar Eryri,

-rubber baby buggy bumpers.

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-At midday,

-Maggie Madog's mad doggie...

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-At midday,

-Maggie Madog's moggie...

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-At midday,

-Maggie Madog's mad moggie...

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-At midday, Maggie Madog's mad moggie

-Meg made Maggie Madog madder.

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-Um, excuse me,

-that was just a warm-up.

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-It's time for some proper work.

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-It's time for some proper work.

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-OK.

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-My land! My land!

-I am true to my land!

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-The land of my fathers and mothers,

-my sisters and brothers...

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-..almost surrounded by the sea.

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-Hinterland, Miss Ogmore Pritchard,

-Twin Town and SuperTed.

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-Wales.

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-OK?

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-OK?

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-Right, I want you standing now.

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-A better job beats a good job.

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-He needs to live the role

-a touch more.

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-Maybe some movement

-and sound effects will help.

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-Walking in a cat litter tray

-sounds just like a mountain.

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-A lot of gravitas,

-and picture the mountain.

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-My land! My land!

-I am true to my land!

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-The land of my fathers and mothers.

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-You need Wales. Wales!

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-Wow!

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-From hiking to horse riding.

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-My land! My land!

-I am true to my land!

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-The land of my fathers and mothers,

-my sisters and brothers...

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-..almost surrounded by the sea.

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-We need the sound

-of someone wading in the sea.

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-I'll bring a steak in,

-and tap it in a walking rhythm.

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-A man and a woman.

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-Look who's here.

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-Nigel Pendergrass,

-the company's head of marketing.

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-This is Owain Gwynedd,

-who's doing the voice-over.

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-I told you, Ioan couldn't do it.

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-That's extremely disappointing.

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-Owain has come in last-minute.

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-Owain has come in last-minute.

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-Yes, but I was expecting a star.

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-A Hollywood star, Ioan Gruffudd.

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-Everybody knows him.

-They've seen him in the movies.

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-No disrespect, but who is that guy?

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-No disrespect, but who is that guy?

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-He's very well-known in Wales.

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-I've never heard of him, I'm sorry.

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-I've never heard of him, I'm sorry.

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-Oh dear!

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-Mr Pendergrass isn't happy.

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-But I'm sure Owain

-can impersonate Ioan Gruffudd.

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-Or at least speak

-in a Southwalian accent, Owain?

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-Shall we go for a take, maybe?

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-Shall we go for a take, maybe?

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-Yes, go for a take.

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-Well, let's try, just to see.

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-My land! My land!

-I am true to my land!

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-The land of my fathers and mothers,

-my sisters and brothers...

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-..almost surrounded by the sea.

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-I want this to be taken seriously.

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-There's a lot of money

-resting on this.

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-An interesting accent, Owain.

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-How about trying

-different languages?

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-There are Chinese lines,

-and I've got Thai.

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-There's a German one as well.

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-HE SPEAKS CHINESE PHONETICALLY

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-HE SPEAKS THAI PHONETICALLY

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-HE SPEAKS GERMAN

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-Bendiggerdig.

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-Bendiggerdig.

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-Bendigedig. Thank you.

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-One thing, Owen,

-I would like you to do.

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-Could you do it in an American?

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-Could you do it in an American?

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-In an American accent?

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-My land! My land!

-I am true to my land!

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-The land of my fathers and mothers,

-my sisters and brothers...

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-..almost surrounded by the sea.

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-You need Wales.

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-Wales!

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-Yeah!

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-Owain Gwynedd, how are you?

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-All those years ago...

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-..I saw you

-refereeing your first match...

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-..and now you'll be on my sofa

-having a chat.

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-You've also proved

-you're a good sport.

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-I'll see you soon. Ta-ra.

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-I thought we were in the refs' club,

-and here you are pranking me.

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-I'll remember

-we're not in the club any more.

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-Thanks, Nige.

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-Thanks.

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-Pleasure.

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-You were a talented ref, and it's

-a shame you're not still doing it.

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-You're a gifted presenter too,

-but your accents are awful.

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-Didn't you smell a rat at all?

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-When the day came,

-I swallowed everything.

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-You go in

-and try to be professional.

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-Once I had to slap a steak

-and bang coconuts...

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-..I did hear alarm bells.

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-We mentioned earlier

-that you present Stwnsh.

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-How did you

-become interested in presenting?

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-I saw an advert for Uned 5.

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-I'd graduated in Law

-at Cardiff University.

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-I saw an Uned 5 advert

-looking for new presenters.

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-It was a quarter life crisis!

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-The presenters went abroad

-and did lots of cool stuff.

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-I applied and got a screen test.

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-I didn't get the job,

-but I knew it was the career for me.

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-You have interviewed

-a lot of famous people.

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-Some of the most famous names

-anywhere in the world.

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-The highlight for me, probably,

-was the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

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-That's my claim to fame.

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-Dan Carter, probably the best player

-in the world over recent years...

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-..and Richie McCaw,

-All Black greats...

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-..were ending their careers

-and playing in their last World Cup.

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-Apparently, I was the first

-to interview them on TV afterwards.

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-Not unexpectedly,

-they had no clue who I was.

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-It was hello, how are you, OK?

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-I told them.

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-Dan, Richie, that's Owain,

-one of my friends from Wales.

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-Please have a word with him.

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-That's how they were

-when you made the right calls!

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-It's nice to have your company,

-and thanks for being a good sport.

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-Don't go far

-or you'll miss my next guest...

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-..having a meal she'll never forget.

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-Some say that the best thing

-about Anglesey is the view of Arfon.

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-But I think it's the choir conductor

-who has won more trophies...

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-..than every North Wales

-rugby club put together.

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-Please welcome the rose

-from Rhosmeirch, Mari Pritchard.

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-You're very popular, Mari.

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-You're very popular, Mari.

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-If you say so.

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-I understand

-that you conduct several choirs.

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-Yes, by now.

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-How many?

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-The Anglesey Youth Choir

-is now three choirs.

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-You also like eating out, I hear.

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-Yes, when the food's right.

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-When the food's right.

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-This is what happened when a meal

-turned into a war of words.

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-This is Mari Pritchard,

-a successful conductor...

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-..and winner of this year's

-Choir of the Eisteddfod.

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-Mari and her sister Rhian

-are going for a quiet meal...

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-..at a new restaurant near Bangor.

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-But with a short-tempered manager...

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-..an eccentric sommelier...

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-..and a bad chef, it might not be

-that quiet a meal for them both.

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-We're trying something different,

-that's popular on the Continent.

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-I'm your sommelier.

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-I'll look at your choice of tapas...

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-..then choose the wine

-that best suits the food.

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-Does that sound respectable?

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-Does that sound respectable?

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-As long as it's not Viognier.

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-Do they do that on the Continent?

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-Don't worry.

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-Our sommelier

-has been trained by the best.

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-He knows his Chablis

-from his Chardonnay.

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-If you'd just try this for me...

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-I know I'll like it.

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-I've drunk so much Sauvignon...

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-I've drunk so much Sauvignon...

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-Whoa, whoa, whoa!

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-Don't rush.

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-Too much haste spoils the evening!

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-Just savour it, come on.

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-I have.

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-There's a touch

-of mountain vegetation, liquorice...

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-..and the merest hint of...

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-..and the merest hint of...

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-That's very nice.

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-So, a glass each?

-I knew I was right.

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-OK, I won't be long.

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-As you like the wine so much,

-you'd better have a large glass.

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-Iechyd da!

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-You'll need

-every drop of that wine...

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-..to wash down the soup,

-which has been liberally seasoned.

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-Thank you!

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-Wow! Nice.

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-Oh my God!

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-What's wrong?

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-It's horrible.

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-There must be half a pot of salt.

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-I can't eat that.

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-Sorry, the soup is awfully salty.

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-Have you put too much salt in it?

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-I haven't put any salt in it.

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-Can I taste it?

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-Someone's put too much salt in it.

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-Someone's put too much salt in it.

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-The chef, I'd say.

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-Try balancing it with pepper.

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-Try balancing it with pepper.

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-I can't eat it.

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-It's giving me heartburn already.

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-It's giving me heartburn already.

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-I'll get you another one.

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-I wonder how the chef

-will handle the complaint?

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-For God's sake, how many times?

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-Don't put so much salt in the soup.

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-Did you offer ketchup or mayonnaise?

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-Did you offer ketchup or mayonnaise?

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-Ketchup and mayonnaise indeed.

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-Make some more, properly this time.

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-Make some more, properly this time.

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-OK, boss.

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-# Happy birthday to you #

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-Just when you think

-things can't get any worse...

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-..they do.

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-..they do.

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-# Happy birthday to Melanie

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-# Happy birthday to you #

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-Hip hip.

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-It's this table.

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-Not me. It's OK.

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-Not me. It's OK.

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-Sorry, sorry, sorry.

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-# Happy birthday to you #

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-Where's the rest of the bottle?!

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-Oh dear! Never mind,

-the chef has made some fresh soup.

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-Is that better?

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-Is it still salty?

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-It's still salty.

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-Still salty!

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-No, don't make a fuss.

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-I'm fed up with this, chef.

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-What's wrong now?

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-What's wrong now?

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-You've had your chances. It's salty.

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-You're sacked. Sacked. Sacked.

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-You can't sack me!

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-You can't sack me!

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-Yes, I can.

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-Get out, please. Off you go!

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-Who complained?

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-Was it you?

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-What's wrong with the soup?

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-What's wrong with the soup?

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-Leave it out.

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-It's too salty.

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-I didn't put salt in it.

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-I didn't put salt in it.

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-There was half a pot in it!

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-It was a sprinkle.

-Seriously, I've had so much hassle.

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-Have you tasted it?

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-Have you tasted it?

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-I tried it myself.

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-Unbelievable. I've been sacked.

-I've got children at home!

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-Give me strength,

-people are always complaining...

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-I'm not staying here.

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-Sorry.

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-I've brought my sister

-out for a meal.

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-I selected this place.

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-I'd heard good comments about you.

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-Can you give us some feedback?

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-Mari Pritchard, how are you?

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-Nigel Owens here.

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-I hope you enjoyed your meal,

-and didn't have too much wine.

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-Thanks for being a good sport.

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-I'll see you in the studio.

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-You rascal! I'll get you back.

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-Hilarious!

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-I was shaking for about two hours!

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-We had a proper meal afterwards,

-but I couldn't eat anything!

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-Are you an awkward customer?

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-Are you an awkward customer?

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-I know in the first ten minutes.

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-When the chap came

-and said he was our sommelier...

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-..his shirt wasn't even ironed.

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-What were you thinking

-when the chef was sacked?

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-When he came out,

-I thought, here we go.

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-I'd wanted to leave

-since the first soup arrived.

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-You run the Anglesey Youth Choir.

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-You run the Anglesey Youth Choir.

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-There are three youth choirs.

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-One for under 12s,

-one for under 17s...

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-..and one for 17s and up, Coda.

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-How many members, in all?

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-The youth choir

-has over 120 in total.

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-The chair of the youth choir

-travels across the country with you.

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-Where are you, Llinos?

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-Hello!

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-How important is Mari to the choir?

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-What makes her such a popular

-and successful conductor?

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-She's likeable, she's lively.

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-She's talented,

-and a friend to us all.

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-The members, the parents

-the committee, everyone involved.

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-She's so pleasant...

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-..and everyone in the choir

-respects each other.

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-That's why the choir is a success

-and why it's growing even stronger.

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-Llinos, thank you.

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-You fully deserve

-the award we're giving you.

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-It's only a little thank you...

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-..for the opportunities you've given

-the young people with the choirs.

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-I'll ask Owain,

-who's also keen to join the choir...

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-..to present the award to you.

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-Many congratulations.

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-Are you a bass or a tenor?

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-Are you a bass or a tenor?

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-I don't know yet!

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-As you know, we like

-issuing challenges to our guests.

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-Owain, we know you like

-doing voice-overs, or trying to.

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-Mari, we never hear your voice.

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-If you're game, we'll play a game.

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-It's quite simple.

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-All you have to do

-is voice a video...

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-..featuring a very special person.

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-Owain, you go first. Ready?

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-Off we go.

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-Nigel Owens.

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-Decades ago in a remote village,

-a boy was born who's now a man.

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-Cometh the day, cometh the hour.

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-Cometh the referee,

-the games, the decisions.

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-The sayings.

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-This is not soccer.

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-Nigel Owens in the Gorsedd,

-Nigel Owens with the MBE.

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-Nigel Owens in a silly hat.

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-Doctorate, thank you!

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-Doctorate, thank you!

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-Nigel Owens and his talent.

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-The giant from Mynydd Cerrig,

-a Welshman to the core.

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-Nigel, we love you.

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-Hopeless.

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-Hopeless!

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-I didn't understand half of that.

-Audience, who did the best job?

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-To vote Owain Gwynedd, clap now.

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-To vote Mari Pritchard...

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-Mari, you're the winner.

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-Owain Gwynedd, this is for you.

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-That's all for this series.

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-Thanks to my guests,

-Owain Gwynedd and Mari Pritchard.

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-Thanks for the welcome

-here in Caernarfon...

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-..and to you at home for watching.

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-Look out, in case I check

-whether or not you're a good sport.

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-Goodnight.

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Yn rhaglen ola'r gyfres, sut bydd y cyflwynydd Owain Gwynedd yn ymdopi â swydd drosleisio anarferol? Owain Gwynedd faces a tongue twisting voiceover session in the last in the series.


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