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Yng nghwmni rhai o'r hen ffefrynnau, ac ambell wyneb newydd, mae'r siopau'n agor eu drysau am ragor o siarad plaen! More gossip and plain talking from some of Wales's hairdressi...


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-The salon doors are open again.

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-Plenty of plain talking amidst

-the straighteners and scissors.

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-That's a disgrace, a disgrace.

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-We're like two old women gossiping.

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-I love it, I love it.

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-The price of education will never be

-as high as the price of ignorance.

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-Welcome to Y Salon and a

-warm welcome to Nadeen in Llanelli.

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-People think they can come in,

-sit there and tell us everything.

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-And they do tell us everything.

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-Bowels, everything.

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-I could write five books

-about what I've heard in this salon.

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-In November every year,

-there's great anticipation...

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-..as the latest wine

-from France arrives.

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-There were probably a few headaches

-after Beaujolais Nouveau Day.

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-Have you heard of Beaujolais Day?

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-Is that a wine?

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-They celebrate it down south.

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-Never heard of it.

-Beaujolais Day, my word.

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-This is where you've got me,

-you've got me where I live.

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-I love Beaujolais Day.

-Do you like Beaujolais Day?

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-I've never been.

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-I've never been.

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-The girls went up at 11.30am.

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-Really? 11.30am?

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-One of them said they'd bought

-a new dress and it sounded lovely.

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-I thought, "What state

-will she be in at teatime?"

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-You've seen them in Wind Street,

-Swansea.

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-Oh, blinkin'...

-They'll be blinkin'...

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-You won't be like that,

-will you, Nads? No.

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-A lot of the wines

-are named after the grape.

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-Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

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-Why do you think

-they call this one Beaujolais?

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-Go on.

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-They can't name it after the grape -

-it's the Gamay grape.

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-Imagine going to Tesco...

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-Imagine going to Tesco...

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-Gammy wine!

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-Exactly.

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-Does wine give you a hangover?

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-Does wine give you a hangover?

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-Not red wine.

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-No, no. I don't know why.

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-It never has.

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-White wine is the Devil's work.

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-Oh, yeah.

-Headaches - I can't think straight.

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-What's your hangover cure?

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-My hangover cure?

-Believe it or not, bananas.

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-Co-codamol, Paracetamol, Aspirin...

-Only joking.

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-Full breakfast.

-It sorts me right out.

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-Bacon toastie. You can't beat bacon.

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-Bacon toastie. You can't beat bacon.

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-Now you're talking.

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-Bacon and egg bap.

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-Bacon and egg bap.

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-Me too.

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-Pasty.

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-Fat.

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-Diet Coke.

-I don't know what's in it.

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-It does the job.

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-It does the job.

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-And salted crisps.

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-Bacon and mushroom toastie.

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-It's nice.

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-Mushrooms in a toastie? Why do you

-put vegetables in a bacon toastie?

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-Vegetables? Mushrooms?

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-It spoils a good thing.

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-You wake up

-with a pounding headache.

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-The missus is downstairs

-cooking bacon.

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-You smell the wafts

-while your head's on the pillow.

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-This waft comes up.

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-Ah, bacon!

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-You come alive.

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-It's Children In Need week.

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-All kinds of events

-have been organised to raise money.

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-I've got a headache now!

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-Are you Axl Rose?

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-Are you Axl Rose?

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-Meant to be.

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-You look nothing like John McEnroe.

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-John McEnroe!

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-They're dressing up in style

-in Llandeilo.

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-I like your dickie bow.

-And your Pudsey.

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-I like dickie bows.

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-I love it.

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-I sat in a wheelbarrow of beans

-when I was younger. When I was 10.

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-Cold!

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-Years ago.

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-In 2012,

-I did a sponsored fancy dress walk.

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-I dressed up like Harry Potter.

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-Harry Potter? Cool.

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-I raised about 200.

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-That's great. That's very good.

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-If everyone raised 200,

-it would go far.

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-Every little helps.

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-Do you like my Pudsey outfit?

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-Do you like my Pudsey outfit?

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-No. It's boring.

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-Boring?

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-Cheek!

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-Do you like dressing up?

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-I have been seen in Caernarfon

-in a onesie carrying a bucket.

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-We did a lot for Children In Need in

-youth club. We did a 12-hour disco.

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-Non-stop dancing for 12 hours.

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-I was wearing pyjamas.

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-They're closing the youth club.

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-They're closing the youth club.

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-No.

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-The youngsters of Gwynedd

-will soon be in need...

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-..as many local youth clubs

-are earmarked for closure.

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-That's a disgrace, a disgrace.

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-I don't believe it.

-Where are children supposed to go?

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-The best years of your life

-are in youth club.

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-The local youth club was superb.

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-We had bands playing downstairs,

-a tuck shop, a pool room.

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-The price of education will never be

-as high as the price of ignorance.

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-When you went to youth clubs,

-you learnt a lot.

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-You learnt how to live together.

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-You learnt how to live together.

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-And socialise.

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-Everything.

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-Everything.

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-It opened doors with sport.

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-Everything.

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-I'd never played pool

-or darts before.

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-How many friends did you make there?

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-People you'd never met before.

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-And discos.

-You met your girlfriend there.

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-I'm part of, well,

-I wouldn't call it a youth club...

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-..but I'm part of Whizz-Kids.

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-That's like a youth club.

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-I don't know what I'd do

-if they stopped that.

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-I'd have nowhere to go.

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-If the youth clubs don't have

-laptops, iPads, PlayStation 3...

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-..or PlayStation 4,

-they don't want to know.

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-Gone are the days

-of playing pool, snooker and darts.

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-I loved it.

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-Getting back to Children In Need,

-you're collecting money for it...

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-..while the council

-are taking from children in need.

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-There's another way to look at it.

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-Children these days

-shouldn't be in need.

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-In this day and age.

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-You appreciate what you have.

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-You come home, slippers on,

-onesie and watch Children In Need.

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-It puts it into perspective.

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-Yes, yes. We are lucky.

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-You see the young children

-in those clips.

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-It's interesting to know

-where the money goes.

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-Those clips are heart-breaking.

-I need a box of Kleenex tissues.

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-Everyone's crying,

-Mam's in tears all night.

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-I'm no better.

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-It's important to give,

-don't you think?

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-There are people out there, Betty,

-they have nothing.

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-I'm passionate about it.

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-We're lucky.

-We're lucky where we live.

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-We can't complain.

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-Another important cause is dementia.

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-Dementia is becoming

-more and more important.

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-So many people suffer from dementia.

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-My father's been diagnosed with

-dementia over the past two years.

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-It's hard to believe that someone

-who lived such a normal life...

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-..he's 80 now...

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-..but in his late 70s,

-he started behaving like a child.

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-It's a horrible disease.

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-Yes, yes, unforgiving.

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-We're raising money now

-for Children In Need.

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-We should not only collect money

-for a cure but also raise awareness.

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-They say that dementia

-will affect one in three.

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-Dementia is a cruel disease

-which affects more and more people.

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-I played football a lot.

-A lot of footballers have it.

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-There's a connection

-with heading the ball.

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-Today's balls aren't bad,

-they're quite good.

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-Go back

-to the '50s, '60s and '70s...

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-..balls were heavier.

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-When it was wet,

-the ball absorbed water.

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-If you headed those balls,

-and I did it a lot...

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-..bang, you felt it.

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-Do you know anyone with Alzheimer's?

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-My husband.

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-My husband.

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-Ron had Alzheimer's?

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-It was terrible,

-it was such a strain.

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-You could see him deteriorating,

-the last two years.

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-It was terrible at the end.

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-He was in Glangwili Hospital.

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-But he was, oh...

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-Did he recognise you?

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-Did he recognise you?

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-No. I don't think he recognised us.

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-It was such a strain.

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-Dementia is also a strain

-on the people looking after them.

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-I've been through it with Dadi.

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-I'm going through it with Mami.

-Not an easy thing.

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-People don't realise.

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-I see people coming to work

-and I know it's so hard.

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-Who cares for the carer?

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-No-one.

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-No-one.

-

-I know.

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-People are living longer.

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-If you live longer, there's more

-of a chance of getting ill.

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-It's like a car - you don't

-have problems with a new car.

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-The older it is, the more chance

-it has of breaking down.

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-Some people just don't get old.

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-Steps and Spice Girls

-are reforming.

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-Do you think they'll be as good

-or it will it be, "Oh, my God!"?

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-It'll be different

-seeing them come back this time.

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-I remember them as they were.

-I don't think I'd like them now.

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-I was young when they were around

-the first time.

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-The name doesn't suit them now -

-Spice Girls.

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-What are they calling themselves?

-Old Spice?

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-I've been waiting for this moment

-since the '90s. I have.

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-If they go on tour,

-I'll be first in the queue.

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-My favourite was Ginger Spice.

-My favourite was Ginger Spice.

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-I had a limited edition

-Spice Girl doll.

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-It was this big.

-Argos special, 13.99.

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-Yes, 13.99. On tour.

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-Not in the Union Jack dress...

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-..in the kimono gown,

-but she was fabulous.

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-How much is it worth now?

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-Ooh, 300.

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-3.99!

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-Who's your favourite?

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-Who's your favourite?

-

-Victoria Beckham. Silly question!

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-Of course she was.

-Everyone liked Victoria Beckham.

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-I wasn't keen on her.

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-Did you like Ginger Spice?

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-Did you like Ginger Spice?

-

-That's such a cliche!

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-They filmed Spice Girls The Movie.

-Brilliant, with aliens.

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-I loved it. I'm so excited

-just thinking about it.

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-I'll have to go.

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-I prefer country and western.

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-John ac Alun.

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-No, no, no. Oh, no, no.

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-Bloody hell, no.

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-Boney M.

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-# By the rivers of Babylon #

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-Cliff Richard, that's who I like.

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-Is he still alive?

-Still swinging with him?

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-Oh, hey, there's a good night

-on Saturday night.

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-We're off to Liverpool.

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-We're going to watch Steps.

-It's their 20 years reunion concert.

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-# Tragedy!

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-Oh!

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-# Tragedy! #

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-Tragedy, when you lose control

-and you can't go soul, it's tragedy.

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-# Tragedy,

-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh #

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-Do you remember?

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-# Tragedy

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-# Dah-dah-dee-dee, dah-dah-dee-dee

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-# Tragedy #

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-The stars of Y Salon

-will reunite after the break.

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-# You're going away

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-It's coming back to me now.

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-# Tragedy

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-# Tragedy

-

-Tragedy. We have tickets.

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-He's going to watch them.

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-He's going to watch them.

-

-We're going to watch them.

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-I can see tragedy in this mirror!

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-Welcome back.

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-It's that time of year

-when Christmas adverts are on TV.

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-From monsters under the bed

-to Paddington helping Santa.

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-The high street shops

-want our money!

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-There are a lot of Christmas adverts

-on TV.

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-Since last February!

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-They're on too early.

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-I advertise my business

-so I can't complain.

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-Have you heard

-about John Lewis' budget?

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-Seven million.

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-Moz the monster.

-It gave me a nightmare.

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-I didn't like the one

-with the dog last year.

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-Bouncing on a trampoline.

-That's not Christmas.

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-I like the one with Paddington Bear.

-Is that Marks and Spencer?

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-It appeals to us because we remember

-Paddington. Marmalade sandwiches.

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-Have you seen the Tesco advert?

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-There are Muslims in it.

-It's created such a fuss.

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-Why?

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-I don't think

-they believe in Christmas.

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-There's been such a fuss.

-I saw it on the news earlier.

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-Christians didn't like seeing

-Muslims portrayed as people...

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-..who celebrate Christmas.

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-They do celebrate, fair play.

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-It's not Christmas to them

-but it's a celebration.

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-It's a diverse society.

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-Dad always said that the best

-salesman of all time was Jesus.

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-It's true, isn't it?

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-Do you shop on line

-or do you shop locally?

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-I shop locally.

-I believe in shopping locally.

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-The year before last,

-I bought everything off Amazon.

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-They wrapped everything for me

-and put labels on them.

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-I don't blame you.

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-I was so busy at the time.

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-When do you do your shopping?

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-When do you do your shopping?

-

-I start in November sometimes...

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-..and carry on through December.

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-You're more organised than me.

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-You're more organised than me.

-

-Typical man.

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-My Christmas shopping

-starts on Christmas Eve.

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-One shop in Caernarfon, finished.

-25 minutes, present for everyone.

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-I only buy for Mam and Dad

-and Lowri. And Taid.

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-And Auntie and Uncle.

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-Do you leave it to the last minute?

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-Do you leave it to the last minute?

-

-Yes.

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-Maybe the week before. The trick

-is waiting until Christmas Eve.

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-Sales!

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-What tickles me

-about this time of year...

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-.."Only 199."

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-Only!

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-I want money. 100 from each person.

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-100 from each person? What for?

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-Children want expensive gifts.

-You're talking hundreds of pounds.

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-Holly, she cried last week.

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-I told her that everything

-she wanted was 100 each.

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-"You can have five presents then."

-She went crying to my husband.

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-"Dadi, Dadi, Mami says I can

-only have five presents."

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-We lost Mam a week before Christmas

-and we've never found her!

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-If you're stuck

-for the perfect Christmas gift...

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-..buy your child or partner

-a private jet...

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-..to travel around the world

-in style.

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-If you had a jet,

-how would you kit it out?

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-If you had

-all the money in the world...

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-Understated, top quality.

-Walnut, suede, leather.

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-A little bit like a gentlemen's club

-but with a feminine twist.

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-Naked butler.

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-Just that. No seats.

-Just a naked butler.

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-And a seat.

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-And a seat.

-

-A naked butler?

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-For fun.

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-Cocktail bar.

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-A party and...

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-..ladies.

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-Ladies?

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-Trashy. Trashy.

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-OTT, OTT.

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-It would have fur throws.

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-A tap flowing with Prosecco.

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-You don't have to wait for

-a steward... stewa... air steward.

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-Air stewardess. Air... air woman!

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-Thick shagpile.

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-Thick shagpile.

-

-Leopard.

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-Gold champagne glasses.

-Gold this, gold that.

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-Bling, bling, bling, bling, bling.

-I'd go to Las Vegas.

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-Have you been there before?

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-Have you been there before?

-

-I got married in Las Vegas.

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-China?

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-China?

-

-I want to see the Wall.

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-Why China?

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-Why China?

-

-Bit of culture.

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-Yuck!

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-New York. New York.

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-Have you been there?

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-Have you been there?

-

-No. I've wanted to go for years.

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-We haven't been yet.

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-You'd eat Chinese food from China

-all the time.

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-You go out in Wales

-and you eat Chinese.

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-Italy.

-Got to be Tuscany, Amalfi Coast.

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-Australia.

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-I want to visit Sydney.

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-I'd like to visit the bridge

-and climb to the top of the bridge.

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-Bugger your jet,

-I wouldn't want a jet.

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-For me, visiting Cardiff Bay

-with my family and friends...

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-..socialising

-and having lots of fun.

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-Wales forever.

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-Wales forever.

-

-Keep your jet. Stuff your jet!

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-I'd go to Thailand on my own.

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-Would you? Why?

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-Just for a few days.

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-Some peace. Take some books with me.

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-Yes, you could take

-the Book of the Year with you.

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-The winner was announced this week

-in a ceremony in Cardiff.

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-Idris Reynolds from Cardiganshire.

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-Is he a Welshman?

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-The book is called Cofio Dic Jones.

-I'll buy the book.

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-I make sure the kids read

-for 10 minutes each night.

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-A proper book, not off the iPad.

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-You can read books off the iPad,

-a tablet or a Kindle.

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-That's what I think. There's nothing

-better than turning a page.

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-Or folding a page over

-as your marker.

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-Do you read a lot?

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-Yes.

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-I like reading books with...

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-Pictures in them!

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-Those that pop out at you.

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-Do you read?

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-Do you read?

-

-I did. Not any more.

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-Why not?

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-Why not?

-

-It's boring. I find them boring.

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-Books?

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-The book I'm reading now,

-here it is.

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-What I Saw At Bethesda.

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-The strike and Penrhyn Quarry...

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-..at the beginning

-of the 20th century.

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-1900-1903.

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-I'm a big union man.

-I've read a lot about it.

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-I can't believe

-how cruel Lord Penrhyn was...

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-..along with his cronies,

-to these people

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-Unbelievable.

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-At the moment I'm reading

-Rhys Lewis by Daniel Owen.

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-I don't know why,

-I've read it a hundred times.

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-What was the last book I read?

-Rhannu Ymbarel, Sonia Edwards.

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-It won the Prose Medal

-at the National Eisteddfod.

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-I like reading Horrid Henry.

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-He's a naughty boy, like my brother.

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-I'm Perfect Peter.

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-What's the last book you read?

-Remember?

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-I can remember mine.

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-I remember mine.

0:20:590:21:00

-George Orwell, Animal Farm.

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-In school!

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-You're going back a few years.

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-Have you read Moby Dick?

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-Moby what?

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-Moby what?

-

-Moby Dick?

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-No. Is it clean or dirty?

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-Clean! It was written in the 1850s.

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-Moby Dick, innit.

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-Moby Dick, innit.

-

-Moby Dick is a whale!

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-I don't read much at home.

-I don't have the time.

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-Every holiday, it's on the list,

-I take two books.

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-It drives my husband up the wall

-when I'm reading by the pool.

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-I can't do that. I can't do that.

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-I'm too busy.

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-The only time. Oh, no, I like it.

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-The only time. Oh, no, I like it.

-

-I'm a people watcher. I'm terrible.

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-What about speaking to people,

-Nadeen?

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-It's party season.

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-People have forgotten

-how to socialise in a crowd.

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-There's this woman, it's her job.

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-She goes into parties

-and she livens them up...

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-..for 2,500.

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-Eh?

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-It's an excuse to go shopping.

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-You can't go...

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-To the party

-without something glamorous.

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-Christian Loubotins. Oh, yeah.

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-I just say. "Alright,

-how's it goin'? What's happenin'?"

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-And then everyone joins in.

0:22:260:22:28

-Ever used a chat-up line?

0:22:290:22:30

-I've had two wives and three

-children. Something must work.

0:22:310:22:35

-Has anyone ever used

-a cheesy chat-up line on you?

0:22:360:22:40

-Yes.

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-That's a nice dress. It'd look

-better on my bedroom floor.

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-Don't burn my bacon!

0:22:460:22:48

-Did it hurt

-when you fell from heaven?

0:22:520:22:55

-Corny!

0:22:550:22:57

-Here's 10p. Phone your mother

-to tell her you're not coming home.

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-I like someone with a shirt

-and jeans or a shirt and trousers.

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-Do you know a pot? A little pot.

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-Something to rub.

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-Ooh, yeah!

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-What else do you like to rub?

0:23:170:23:19

-A party's what you make it.

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-If you turn up with a face

-like thunder, you will be bored.

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-Our party is over and we shut

-the salon doors for another week.

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-Goodnight.

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-# Come on, everyone,

-rock on and on and on and on

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-# Come on, everyone,

-rock on and on and on and on

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-# Come on, everyone,

-rock on and on and on and on

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-# Come on, everyone,

-rock on and on and on and on

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-# Rock on and on and on #

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Yng nghwmni rhai o'r hen ffefrynnau, ac ambell wyneb newydd, mae'r siopau'n agor eu drysau am ragor o siarad plaen! More gossip and plain talking from some of Wales's hairdressing salons.