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-The salon doors are open again

-despite the heavy snow.

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-There's plenty

-on the customers' minds once again.

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-Running to Spar to buy every loaf

-and pint of milk. Makes me angry!

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-I totally oppose that.

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-We should be living to work,

-not working to live.

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-No snow in Cardigan but plenty

-of dangers in Llinos' salon.

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-You've just stabbed me

-with scissors.

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-It's enough to turn your hair white.

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-Are you trying to say I'm gullible?

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-Are you trying to say I'm gullible?

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-No!

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-This is life changing.

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-The weather here has been horrific.

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-I've been stuck in the house

-since Sunday, until this morning.

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-We've had a lot of snow.

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-Yes. It was white

-towards the summits.

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-It took me half an hour

-to clear the car.

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-Half an hour?

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-It was that deep on the roof.

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-I use a CD. The CD cover.

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-A fish slice is better.

-It's more flexible.

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-Plastic fish slice.

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-De-Icer.

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-De-Icer.

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-That's just a waste of money.

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-On the first day, it's all

-white and lush, you go sledging.

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-Nice.

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-We built a snowman yesterday.

-One large, one small.

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-I didn't have enough

-to make a snowball.

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-Day 2, oh, this is a hindrance.

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-There's no mail, you can't drive.

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-My staff couldn't come in today

-because of the snow.

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-Day 3,

-oh, my God, get me out of here.

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-It's like cabin fever.

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-# Who's coming over the hill

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-# Very, very quietly #

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-There was cabin fever

-in Caernarfon...

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-..judging by the sound

-of this barbershop quartet...

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-..but it wouldn't be Christmas

-without the perfect gift.

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-# Next to the large chimney

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-# Sion Corn, Sion Corn #

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-What's your favourite

-Christmas gift?

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-I had a doll

-when I was a young girl.

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-Did she speak?

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-Did she speak?

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-Not in the '60s!

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-I had a statue of the sheep I keep.

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-So that's your best present?

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-Probably.

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-Probably.

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-Football boots. Football kit.

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-Footballs.

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-I had dolls. I had Dolly Surprise.

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-I remember that Christmas,

-my brother was horrible to me.

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-He liked dolls but he couldn't have

-more since he was five years older.

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-He cranked the doll's arms,

-its hair grew and he cut it off.

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-You've got to laugh.

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-Him and his brother,

-they're both gay.

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-Their parents wonder why they're gay

-after giving them dolls as presents.

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-I didn't like dollies.

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-I used to dress the cat up...

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-..put it in the pram

-and take it out for a walk.

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-Not the doll?

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-Not the doll, the cat!

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-I got a rocking horse.

-I enjoyed the rocking horse.

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-Very posh, Caryl.

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-A Lone Ranger

-cowboy hat and waistcoat.

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-I used to go out shooting

-with the boys.

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-Who was Tonto?

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-My brother.

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-My brother.

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-We didn't get many presents.

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-There was no money around.

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-The biggest thing I remember having

-was a box of toffees.

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-It was a metal tin

-with a picture on the tin.

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-You thought

-it was something incredible.

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-It was only toffees in the end.

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-A fortnight before Christmas,

-when I was about 12 years old...

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-..the courier delivered a bike.

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-The bike was a Christmas present.

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-Mam and Dad weren't home.

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-I took the bike in and the courier

-said, "Pretend you haven't seen it."

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-The courier said that?

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-The courier said that?

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-I grabbed the bike and away I went!

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-I got the bike

-a fortnight before Christmas.

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-What do you want for Christmas?

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-What do you want for Christmas?

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-Company.

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-It would be nice

-to have some company.

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-At night, when everyone's gone home

-and nothing's going on...

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-..the television's boring,

-you're on your own.

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-No there's nothing worse

-than being lonely at Christ,as.

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-It's likely that loneliness can

-seriously damage your health.

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-It's a struggle

-if you're lonely over Christmas.

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-I work across North Wales

-through my chaplaincy...

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-..from Wrexham

-down to Machynlleth and Tywyn.

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-I work most of the time

-in Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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-We have a Christmas tree

-in the chapel in Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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-It's called the Blue Christmas Tree.

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-It's where people leave the names

-of loved ones who've passed away.

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-People they miss over Christmas.

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-We hang them on the tree.

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-The idea comes from the Elvis song,

-Blue Christmas.

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-Fantastic.

-That's given me Goosebumps.

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-The Adopt a Grandmother idea

-went on a few years ago.

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-If you had an older person

-living in your street...

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-..you'd invite them in to have

-dinner with you and the children.

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-That was a fantastic idea.

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-We're lucky in town -

-there's a gang of people...

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-..who organise lunch

-for the elderly.

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-People who don't have an opportunity

-to celebrate Christmas.

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-They have dinner, there's

-entertainment, they play bingo.

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-They get bags of food to take home

-with them - that's fantastic.

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-It just shows the strength

-of the community in Caernarfon.

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-I remember one year, I put Pete's

-name down to do Meals on Wheels.

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-When we got the dates back,

-where were we?

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-Meals on Wheels, Christmas Day.

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-But.. I felt... I was like...

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-I really felt like

-I'd helped someone...

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-..who was home alone

-and couldn't cook.

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-We arrived home and I wondered...

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-..how many people were eating

-Christmas dinner on their own?

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-There are a lot

-of lonely people around.

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-I delivered papers

-to Ysbyty Eryri this morning.

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-There are some ill people there.

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-What I believe, and I don't

-believe strongly in many things...

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-..but it's important to visit

-the elderly all year round.

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-When something happens, everyone

-turns up to the chapel at the end.

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-They need to be visited

-when they're alive.

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-Let's have some good news

-as we approach Christmas.

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-Recent figures show that Wales

-leads the way in recycling rubbish.

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-Do you recycle?

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-Do you recycle?

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-Oh, yes.

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-Me too. I feel strongly about it.

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-Do you recycle?

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-Do you recycle?

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-Yes.

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-Ask Carys if she recycles.

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-Do you recycle?

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-Do you recycle?

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-No, I'm really bad.

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-I just put it all in the same bag.

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-Do you recycle, Huw?

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-Do you recycle, Huw?

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-No.

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-What do you do?

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-What do you do?

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-I put it all in the black bag.

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-He puts it in the black bag

-and throws it out.

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-The black bags go to a landfill.

-You know that.

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-You try and cut down on those.

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-By 2050,

-rubbish will be a thing of the past.

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-There'll ne no general waste at all.

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-How's that going to happen?

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-Who knows?

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-That's impossible.

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-Nothing's impossible.

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-The same principle

-relates to your house.

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-If you move house,

-you don't bin your old house.

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-Someone else gets it instead.

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-It's so important.

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-We have to start looking after

-the planet.

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-It's not just for us.

-It's for people who come after us.

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-I'm proud that Wales

-are in the Top 3.

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-It means

-we're doing something right.

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-I don't have a compost bin.

-That could attract rats.

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-I can't stand those.

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-You don't want food stinking out

-the house after Huw's eaten fish.

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-Down the toilet it goes.

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-Nothing's meant to go

-down the toilet...

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-..apart from poops,

-pee-pee and toilet paper.

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-An important message for men,

-wrap up warm in this cold weather.

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-It's official. Men suffer more

-than women when it comes to flu.

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-Have you heard about the man flu?

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-It's been proven

-that men suffer more than women.

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-They're weak,

-they have a low pain threshold.

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-When they're ill, they can't cope.

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-They're not as hard was we are.

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-They're not as hard was we are.

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-No.

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-It's worse for a man than a woman.

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-Yes, that's totally correct.

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-Definite.

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-Definite.

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-I had a dose of man flu

-a couple of weeks ago. Oh, my God!

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-I lost my voice.

-I was in bed for a couple of days.

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-It was horrible.

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-Oh, I'm ill!

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-They have a runny nose

-or chapped lips.

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-"Go and get me some Lemsip

-and Lypsyl."

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-"I can't go out!"

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-Unfortunately, women don't

-understand what we have to suffer.

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-No, nonsense. Flu is flu.

-Everyone gets the same.

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-So many men bunk off work

-with the "flu"!

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-"Cool down,

-it's a cough and a sore throat."

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-Take a Lemsip and go home.

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-I get man flu regular.

-It almost killed me once.

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-Serious.

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-Serious.

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-You almost died?

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-I had a real dose of influenza,

-Hib influenza.

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-Really, I had a shadow on my lung.

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-I was as sick as a dog.

-I thought I was going to die.

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-It sounds horrible.

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-Real flu is a killer. Seriously.

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-There's a seriously strong strain

-on the way.

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-It happens every 80-100 years.

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-The last time it happened

-was in 1918.

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-World War I lasted

-from 1914 to 1918.

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-Millions were killed.

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-I think it was Asian flu.

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-Within a month, it killed double

-the number of fatalities in WWI.

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-Mam used to rub me

-with goose fat and an onion.

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-She'd wrap me in brown paper

-and I was fine for the winter.

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-Then popped him in the oven!

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-Then popped him in the oven!

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-In the oven!

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-At 175 degrees!

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-There's plenty more discussion

-and laughter in Part 2.

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-Stay tuned.

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-Welcome back and there's always

-a warm welcome in Wales.

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-According to Rough Guide...

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-..Wales is fifth in the list

-of countries to visit in 2018.

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-Fantastic.

-That'll bring some money in.

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-Now that we've come out

-of the European Unit with Brexit.

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-Wales?

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-God's country.

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-# Green, green grass of home #

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-Think about the countries

-of the world.

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-China, Australia, America, even

-places in Africa, they're stunning.

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-We're fifth out of all those.

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-We have mountains, we have a

-wonderful coastline, rivers, lakes.

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-There are amazing places.

-North Wales.

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-Even Cardiff, it has nice shops.

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-You have the bay by the sea.

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-Look at the coastline.

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-Is Cardiff by the sea?

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-Yes, Carys. Cardiff Bay!

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-The bay is the sea near the city!

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-I didn't know that.

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-I thought the sea stopped

-in Aberaeron!

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-"I thought the sea stopped

-in Aberaeron!"

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-I'm so stupid!

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-The Beacons is great for walkers.

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-What's No.1?

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-What's No.1?

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-America. New York.

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-New Zealand or Canada?

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-Great Barrier Reef.

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-Amsterdam.

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-Great Wall of China.

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-No, no, no. Newcastle.

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-New... castle.

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-Newcastle-upon-Tyne?

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-Not Newcastle Emlyn.

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-Newcastle?

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-Newcastle?

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-No! I really didn't expect that.

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-Serious? Because of that

-Geordie Shore programme probably.

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-Have you been to Newcastle?

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-Have you been to Newcastle?

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-I've Googled it.

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-This one's starting to choke me now.

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-We might be fifth in the world but

-what about the shape of the planet?

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-According to some,

-our planet is oval.

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-Is the world round?

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-Is this a question?

-Is the world round?

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-Well... probably.

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-We'll say it is.

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-What?

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-What?

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-It's oval.

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-I haven't heard that.

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-It's a little bit like a rugby ball.

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-Not totally but just a little.

-It's not perfectly round.

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-No, it's not.

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-What shape do you think it is?

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-What shape do you think it is?

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-Round.

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-I don't know

-if I should believe you or not.

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-How oval is it?

-Is it obvious that it's oval?

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-Is it like an egg or an Easter egg?

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-They're both the same shape.

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-They're both the same shape.

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-An egg is more square at the bottom.

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-They say it moves

-but I don't think it does.

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-Why do you think it goes dark

-at night and then light?

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-The world spins around.

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-What I always say,

-if the world is round...

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-..do you think someone

-would have fallen off by now?

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-Oh, my God.

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-On top of Snowdon, look out to sea.

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-You can see the curve

-over the horizon. It's plain to see.

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-People have been to Mars.

-They've landed on the moon.

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-Surely they could see

-the shape of the world.

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-Oval-shaped world.

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-The wife thinks I live there

-already, I watch so much rugby.

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-It's expensive

-to watch rugby these days.

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-Ticket prices for the Six Nations

-have angered our customers.

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-Oh, my gosh,

-the cheapest ticket I could find...

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-..bearing in mind the seat

-was up in the gods...

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-..up in the gods!

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-It was a mile from the pitch.

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-It was in the back of beyond.

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-95!

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-Will you watch the internationals?

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-We're taking the grandson

-to watch Wales v Italy.

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-We bought tickets yesterday.

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-100 you can kind of justify.

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-Anything over that, no, thanks.

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-I went once, two years ago.

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-Ireland were playing Wales.

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-I paid 250 for tickets.

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-I bought four tickets.

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-Have you got a ticket?

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-I have tickets

-for the Scottish game.

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-How much were they?

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-I don't know but I've booked them.

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-I think they're 30-40.

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-Where did they come from?

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-Where did they come from?

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-The rugby club.

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-When you get there, you don't go

-to Cardiff just to watch the game.

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-All they sell are pies

-and hot dogs without onions.

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-No onions?

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-That's not a hot dog. 6!

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-It's a working class game.

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-It's meant to be.

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-It's a corporate game now.

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-It's a corporate game now.

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-That's what's unfair about it.

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-People who watch rugby every week

-and want to take children can't go.

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-They can't afford it.

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-Why pay so much

-when you can watch it on telly?

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-You can watch it for free on telly.

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-And see more.

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-They might have a shock one day.

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-At the end of the day,

-prices won't come down.

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-People could decide to say

-enough is enough and stop going.

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-You need cash in the bank to attend

-a game at the Principality Stadium.

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-With banks closing

-across the country...

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-..how easy is it

-to get to your money?

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-Don't talk about those.

-It's a nuisance.

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-There were three banks in Tregaron

-and all three have closed.

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-Lloyds is closing next year.

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-They've also said Nat West

-will close.

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-Two in town are closing

-and one will be left.

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-We've gone from five to one.

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-Where's the nearest one?

-Newcastle Emlyn has closed.

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-Aberaeron has closed.

-Llandysul has closed.

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-Criccieth has closed.

-Two in Port have closed.

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-Penygroes has closed.

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-It's such a shame

-and a huge loss to Ceredigion.

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-There's only one Nat West

-in the whole of Ceredigion.

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-You have around 80,000 people

-living in this area.

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-80,000 people aren't enough

-for them.

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-I was listening to Prime Minister's

-Questions earlier.

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-They raised it with Theresa May.

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-"What are you going to do about the

-closure of all the rural branches?"

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-She replied, "It's a corporate

-decision Nat West have to make."

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-When I'm in the shop,

-I take card payments.

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-I do internet banking myself.

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-In the shop, 35-40% of my business

-is on a card...

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-..and the rest is all cash.

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-I work in an agricultural shop

-and we take cash from farmers.

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-Every time we want

-to bank that cash...

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-..we travel every day

-or every other day.

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-There's nowhere - we have to travel

-half an hour to the nearest bank.

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-We lose half the day travelling.

-It's nonsense.

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-I go into the bank to pay my

-credit card bill or deposit money.

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-They always say use the machine.

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-I say no, I don't want to do that.

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-Do you go online?

0:19:240:19:25

-Do you go online?

-

-Online banking? Yes.

0:19:250:19:27

-People like you

-have closed our banks!

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-They say go on line.

-I don't understand things like that.

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-When you get to my age...

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-..you don't want to worry

-about things like that.

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-Do you do on line banking, girls?

0:19:400:19:42

-Do you do on line banking, girls?

-

-No.

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-Nor me and I'm 32.

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-Our internet's too slow.

0:19:460:19:48

-I think it's a way

-to get rid of cash.

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-That's where they're taking us -

-cashless society.

0:19:520:19:55

-I don't have much internet.

-Does it work in your house?

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-It's poor where we are.

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-They talk about technology

-all the time...

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-..but the bottom line is profit.

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-Society is more important

-than money.

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-Every time.

0:20:090:20:11

-We should be living to work,

-not working to live.

0:20:120:20:16

-With banks closing down...

0:20:170:20:19

-..the best hope is a visit

-from Three Wise Men...

0:20:190:20:23

-..with plenty of gold,

-frankincense and myrrh.

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-A lot of people are saying

-there are less Nativity plays...

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-..because of different religions

-in school.

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-I don't like the idea

-of not having a Nativity play.

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-Some schools don't stage

-a Nativity play...

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-..because of

-the different religions.

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-I totally oppose that.

0:20:450:20:46

-Everyone who comes to live here

-know that in this country...

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-..Christianity

-is the biggest religion.

0:20:510:20:54

-We shouldn't forget that.

0:20:540:20:56

-I know there are different

-religions in this country...

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-..but we're not stopping others.

0:21:010:21:03

-You have to respect everyone.

-Everyone's different.

0:21:040:21:07

-You're not forcing them to believe

-what you believe in.

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-It's a part of life.

0:21:120:21:14

-Most of us are Christians.

0:21:140:21:16

-In the large cities in London

-and even down in Cardiff...

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-..there's such a mix of religions.

0:21:210:21:24

-It's not easy, is it?

0:21:240:21:26

-Without the birth of Christ...

0:21:260:21:28

-..there'd be no Christmas

-and there'd be no Santa.

0:21:280:21:31

-It was Jesus' Resurrection,

-or is Christmas his birthday?

0:21:310:21:36

-It's when he was born,

-in a stable, in Bethlehem.

0:21:360:21:42

-Christmas and religion aren't as

-interlinked as they were years ago.

0:21:420:21:47

-I think the Church's work is to

-put religion back into Christmas.

0:21:480:21:53

-We're Jehovah's Witness -

-we don't celebrate Christmas.

0:21:540:21:57

-My father always told me not to

-open the door to people like you.

0:21:580:22:03

-You'd be surprised

-what you could learn.

0:22:030:22:05

-You'd know why

-we don't celebrate Christmas.

0:22:060:22:08

-Will you be watching

-a Nativity play?

0:22:090:22:11

-Tomorrow night.

0:22:120:22:13

-Tomorrow night.

-

-Nice.

0:22:130:22:14

-Jesus was born in the stable.

0:22:150:22:17

-Is there room in the inn?

-Yes. And there's a hot tub!

0:22:170:22:21

-I've been Joseph.

0:22:220:22:24

-And a shepherd.

-I was Herod once too.

0:22:240:22:28

-Who's that then?

0:22:280:22:30

-Who's that then?

-

-A king.

0:22:300:22:31

-I was Joseph. Gemma Boswell was Mary

-and I hated her.

0:22:310:22:36

-I wanted to be Mary!

0:22:360:22:39

-I think I was one of the Wise Men.

0:22:410:22:45

-You'd never catch me

-acting as a Wise Man.

0:22:460:22:49

-I'm not wise enough.

0:22:490:22:50

-I think I was Joseph.

0:22:510:22:52

-Yes, I was Joseph.

0:22:530:22:55

-Not enough boys in the class,

-was there?

0:22:550:22:58

-Not enough boys in the class.

0:22:580:23:00

-The angels in the gallery

-came down on a zip wire.

0:23:000:23:05

-They missed!

0:23:050:23:07

-One angel came down from the gallery

-and she didn't stop!

0:23:070:23:11

-She went straight through a window.

0:23:110:23:14

-The local farmer,

-a big shot elder in chapel...

0:23:140:23:17

-..he'd brought sheep in

-for the shepherds.

0:23:170:23:20

-There was a ram in the middle

-and it started some hanky panky!

0:23:200:23:24

-Total chaos. It's time to close

-the curtain on another week.

0:23:260:23:30

-Until next week, goodnight.

0:23:300:23:32

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