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Mewn cyfres newydd sbon cawn glustfeinio ar rai o sgyrsiau difyr y salon trin gwallt. In a brand new series we eavesdrop on some of the conversations in hairdressing salons arou...


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-Welcome to Y Salon where men

-and women get a makeover every week.

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-That's better. A new me!

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-But it's more than just a salon.

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-People now trust

-their hairdressers...

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-..more than the police, politicians

-and the chapel.

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-People say that coming to the salon

-is like therapy.

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-We're wasted in hairdressing.

-We'd be good agony aunts!

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-This may be the modern confessional,

-where tongues wag...

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-..and everyone washes away

-their sins in a basin of shampoo.

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-Very fattist.

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-Very fattist.

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-Fattist.

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-Build a wall to keep Trump out

-not to keep the Mexicans in!

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-This weeks, our cameras

-have been behind the mirrors.

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-Where are your cameras?

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-Where are your cameras?

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-Listening to conversations.

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-Stick back what you cut

-in the gaps at the front!

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-The salon - where scissors

-and tongues are sharp!

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-The way he treats women

-is disgusting.

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-I've put my red light out now!

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-Working here is like being in panto.

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-It's a place

-where people share everything.

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-They come in, we have a chat

-and they leave like new women.

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-Thank you.

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-Thank you.

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-Lovely.

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-Not too bad at all. Tip top.

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-Y Salon.

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-There's plenty of hair and gossip

-in Cardigan...

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-..where it's the first visit of the

-year for clients at Llinos' salon...

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-..where she

-and her fellow stylist Hedydd...

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-..are an ear to local secrets

-and resolutions.

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-Have you made

-any New Year's Resolutions?

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-Gosh, no!

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-Nonsense. I can't keep them anyway.

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-I have New Year's Resolutions.

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-Let's hear them.

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-I'll tell you one of them.

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-I'm going to behave better.

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-Are you?!

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-Are you?!

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-Yes.

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-Good luck with that, Mary.

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-In Llandeilo,

-Craig has some fit clients.

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-What are you doing

-in terms of New Year's Resolutions?

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-A new fitness regime?

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-Yes. Look, I have a Fitbit.

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-Fitbit. Eh?

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-Fitbit. Eh?

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-Do you know what a Fitbit is?

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-It doesn't work here.

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-Another thing that doesn't work

-is Dry January...

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-..for Kelly's customers

-in Blade - Blewyn Y Bala salon.

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-We have our birthdays in January. We

-have to have a glass of wine then.

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-We can't do Dry January.

-It's something to look forward to.

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-I've discovered Prosecco this year.

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-Mmm, it's really nice!

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-You drink less, I think,

-because the glasses are smaller.

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-Unless you're like me

-having a top-up every five minutes!

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-At Magic Clippers salon,

-Jason, without knowing it...

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-..is asking a sensitive question.

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-How was your Christmas?

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-Well... OK.

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-The dog ate the turkey

-we'd left out on the kitchen table.

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-Serious?!

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-Serious?!

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-Serious!

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-The dog pulled it into his basket!

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-Alwena works nights.

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-She had to buy a turkey

-on Christmas Eve...

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-..so we could have a meal.

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-Seriously!

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-Seriously.

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-So the dog had a good Christmas.

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-Yes!

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-Yes, he enjoyed it.

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-Brilliant.

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-While Dilwyn's dog is happy...

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-..it was a worrying time

-for the Palace's corgis.

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-Did you hear the story

-about the Queen?

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-Yes!

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-There was a royally close call.

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-The Times reported...

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-..that Queen Elizabeth was almost

-mistaken for an intruder...

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-..and almost shot by a palace guard

-while off on an early-morning walk!

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-What was she doing

-going out at night?

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-She went for a walk at 3.00am

-and hadn't told the guards.

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-She was almost shot.

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-She was almost shot.

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-That's awful.

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-She's having an affair!

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-It wouldn't surprise me!

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-She probably went out, got drunk

-and was coming home at 3.00am!

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-One person the Queen

-would trust with her life...

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-..is the former policeman

-who's one of Gary's clients.

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-I know the Queen.

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-I've looked after her a few times

-when she's been here.

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-I drove carefully and safely.

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-What's she like?

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-She's lovely.

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-Her mother was lovely too.

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-The Queen Mother.

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-How old was she when she died?

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-Over a hundred.

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-She liked her gin, didn't she?

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-She liked her gin, didn't she?

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-I'm sure she liked a drop.

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-I love the royal family but I think

-it's time she stepped down.

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-She's too old to run the country.

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-She needs to step down

-and give it to someone else.

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-Charles.

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-Charles.

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-I don't want Charlie Boy!

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-He's next in line.

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-He's next in line.

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-No!

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-Yes, Liz and I are great friends.

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-You know her as Liz?

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-I've been up to Buck House.

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-You've got an MBE.

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-You've got an MBE.

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-Yes, I went to get my MBE.

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-My Blinking Efforts.

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-What was she like?

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-She saw that I was in my eighties.

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-She asked me, "Are you still at it?"

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-Oh, no!

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-I said, "No, Ma'am.

-I've put my red light out now."

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-The Queen's alive and well.

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-But we lost a lot of famous people

-in 2016.

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-A lot died over Christmas.

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-Such a shame.

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-Such a shame.

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-Poor George Michael.

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-He was only 52 or 53.

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-He was only 52 or 53.

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-53, yes?

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-In the late '80s and the early '90s,

-I liked him.

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-I loved...

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-..# Wake me up before you go-go

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-# Don't leave me hanging on

-like a yo-yo #

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-Wham! I liked Wham!

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-It scares you

-about the people who've died.

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-People who haven't died before!

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-Actors like Alan Rickman.

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-Actors like Alan Rickman.

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-David Bowie.

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-Yes, all those.

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-He acted in Harry Potter, didn't he?

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-He acted in Harry Potter, didn't he?

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-Yes, in the films. That was a shock.

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-The one from Star Wars.

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-The one from Star Wars.

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-Carrie Fisher?

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-That's the one.

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-Her mother died too, poor thing.

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-Her mother died too, poor thing.

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-Yes, three days later.

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-I'm not a fan of Star Wars

-but I knew who she was.

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-She had those...

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-..buns on her ears.

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-It was sad about her mother.

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-She probably died of a broken heart.

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-Bless.

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-Believe it or not...

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-..many Hollywood stars

-have filmed in North Wales.

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-Colin knows them all!

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-My claim to fame is I served

-baked beans and scrambled eggs...

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-..to Ron Howard at 3.00am!

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-I can't cook for the life of me.

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-I can't cook for the life of me.

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-Microwave?

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-He wore a big cowboy hat.

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-Every time I saw him,

-I'd say, "My mate. My mate."

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-They haven't done a big production

-round here for a while.

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-They've done a couple.

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-Tomb Raider.

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-Oh, yes!

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-Tony from the Chinese in Caernarfon

-was in Tomb Raider.

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-Sitting in the boat.

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-There's a scene where a plane

-comes down towards the lake...

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-..and a Chinese man is fishing

-in a small boat on the lake.

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-He's like this.

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-There's a close-up of him and it's

-Tony from the Chinese in Caernarfon.

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-OK?

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-This week, one of Wales's best-known

-voices was back on The Voice.

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-He's an old favourite in salons.

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-What do you think about Tom Jones,

-Elin?

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-Are you too young to remember him?

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-Are you too young to remember him?

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-I love Tom Jones.

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-I actually love him.

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-I actually love him.

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-Have you thrown your knicks at him?

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-No!

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-I'd throw my knickers at him!

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-Well, my boxers.

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-# Sex bomb, sex bomb #

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-# Sex bomb, sex bomb #

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-He's got a presence.

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-Tom Jones

-told the girl who won last year...

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-..that she was too fat to be a star.

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-No!

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-Cheek!

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-Cheek!

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-Yes.

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-If you have the voice,

-you have the voice.

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-It doesn't matter

-what you look like.

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-What's that got to do

-with the fact she's won?

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-For Tom Jones to say that.

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-For Tom Jones to say that.

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-Yes, but...

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-Very fattist.

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-Very fattist.

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-Fattist.

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-It's not fair, isn't it?

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-It's not fair, isn't it?

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-What difference does it make?

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-You're not as good a person

-if you're fat.

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-I'm not bothered.

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-When I was thin, I didn't hold

-anything against fat people.

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-It's not good

-when the media does that.

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-It gives people the wrong image.

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-It affects young people. It's wrong.

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-It is.

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-From one Welsh icon to another...

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-..who celebrated

-her 80th birthday this week.

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-What do you think about

-Shirley Bassey - 80 years old.

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-If I look like her when I'm 80,

-I'll be very happy.

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-Do you think she's had Botox

-and fillers?

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-I don't know.

-All these famous people have it.

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-A little bit of this.

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-I don't mind,

-unless they look tight.

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-She looks...

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-She looks...

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-..natural.

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-If you had the same money as her...

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-..you'd look amazing.

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-You would.

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-It's easy then, isn't it?

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-She's sung three James Bond themes.

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-Do you know them?

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-Three? Now you're asking.

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-Um...

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-No, I don't know them.

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-Goldfinger?

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-Col - Shirley Bassey's

-sung three James Bond themes.

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-Can you name them?

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-Oh, God!

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-Goldfinger.

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-That's the one I got.

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-The Man With The Golden Gun.

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-The Man With The Golden Gun.

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-No.

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-No.

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-Diamonds Are Forever?

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-Yes. No.

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-Diamonds Are Forever.

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-That's two.

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-One left.

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-Oh!

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-Moonraker!

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-Moonraker!

-

-That's it! Well done.

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-Between the two of us.

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-I think the three of us

-would make a good pub quiz team.

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-I'm not sure about that.

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-Plenty to chew over in part two.

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-I don't want you to choke

-on the hairspray.

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-You choke on something else!

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-In my opinion, if a donkey ran,

-the Americans would vote for him.

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-Well, it's what they've done

-this time!

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-Cut!

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-Across the country, the salon offers

-much more than haircuts.

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-It's the modern confessional...

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-..where tongues

-are just as sharp as the scissors.

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-At Steil salon in Llandeilo,

-Huw and his partner Craig...

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-..offer hair treatments, advice and

-honest opinions about world events.

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-She had nothing, not a pot to piss

-in and now look at her.

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-I know.

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-I'm a hair dresser.

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-I'm not a magician, dear.

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-Someone's hit him

-with the ugly stick.

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-Tell us

-what you really think, Craig!

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-Craig is a big fan

-of President Obama.

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-This week, he said goodbye

-to the world's most important job.

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-He gave a powerful and emotional

-farewell speech.

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-Thank you, God bless you...

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-..and may God continue to bless

-the United States Of America.

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-Obama made his final speech

-this week.

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-It was fantastic.

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-It was fantastic.

-

-What a shame.

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-Oh, it was beautiful.

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-It was wonderful.

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-He was very easy on the eye!

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-He was very easy on the eye!

-

-Yes, he was!

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-Yes, he was some

-pretty good eye candy!

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-I see Obama as quite the gentleman.

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-I see Obama as quite the gentleman.

-

-He's adorable.

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-He's a gentleman.

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-He's done a lot for

-the people's health over there.

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-I actually love Obama.

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-I fancy him a little bit.

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-I think it's the power thing.

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-I think it's the power thing.

-

-He's got a kind face.

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-His wife, everything is so nice.

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-She's been his rock.

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-For the past 25 years,

-you have not only been my wife...

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-..and mother of my children,

-you have been my best friend.

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-He isn't scared

-to show his emotions.

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-I like the man.

-I think he's genuine.

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-He has heart.

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-I heard his wife is going to run.

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-She'll be the first woman

-to run America.

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-Michelle?

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-Michelle?

-

-Yeah, Obama.

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-Fantastic, I like her.

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-Michelle Obama did Carpool Karaoke

-with James Corden.

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-You won't see Theresa May and her

-husband doing that, will you? No.

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-His speech was lovely.

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-Look at who's coming after him.

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-Old Trump.

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-He's a real idiot.

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-He hasn't even started in the job

-yet but he's in the news daily.

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-From calling Meryl Streep over-rated

-to fighting with the press...

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-..about his Russian connections.

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-He's always got an opinion and

-everyone has an opinion on Donald.

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-I'm not going to give you a

-question. You're fake news.

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-Donald Trump,

-I don't like that man at all.

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-I think he's a bad man.

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-If we colour your hair right,

-you'd look just like him.

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-I think you and Huw should head out

-there to sort his hair out.

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-Oh, please.

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-I wouldn't want to touch him

-with my hands.

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-Dear me, he's filthy.

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-The way he treats women

-is disgusting.

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-We've come so far.

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-I'm sure you know better than I do.

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-We've come so far,

-at least women have.

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-Yes and Trump is going backwards.

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-Yes and Trump is going backwards.

-

-Exactly, yeah.

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-Let me tell you a story

-and this is true.

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-My Missus'

-grandfather has always told us...

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-..that they're related to Donald

-Trump through the family tree.

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-How so, what's the connection?

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-They followed the family tree

-and there's a connection there.

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-But, if you asked Phil now,

-the missus' grandfather...

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-..he says they're not related!

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-Running a business is totally

-different to running a country.

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-He's got no diplomacy skills.

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-What's he doing responding in tweets

-and on social media?

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-In my opinion, if a donkey ran

-the Americans would elect him.

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-Well, it's what they've done

-this time.

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-This could only happen in America.

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-Think now,

-if you went to get your haircut...

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-..by a guy

-who's never cut hair before.

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-If you went to see a doctor

-and he wasn't trained...

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-Would you take your car to a man

-who'd never seen one?

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-No.

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-America have picked a president

-who's never been a politician.

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-He's not been a senator

-or a congressman, governor...

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-..parish council, none of them

-and now he's top man!

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-I think someone will assassinate him

-in the next year. Old Trumpy boy.

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-This year, we'll get to see what

-kind of president he'll be.

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-If he can get rid of ISIS,

-well done. Go for it.

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-He might be like a puppet

-in the white house.

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-That's the thing. You said earlier

-that he's friendly with Russia.

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-Yes, with Mr Putin.

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-He doesn't look like a man to cross,

-does he?

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-Even though he looks

-like a quiet man.

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-It's the quiet ones

-you have to watch.

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-If you look back at the year...

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-..between Brexit and Cameron

-leaving, Theresa May coming in...

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-..now we've got

-Obama leaving and Trump.

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-I've had a gut's full of politics.

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-It'd be a good idea if he got a

-sensible hair cut to begin with.

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-He'd look less like a gangster.

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-One of the biggest stories in rural

-Wales is the bird flu outbreak.

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-Despite it not being dangerous

-to people...

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-..it is a source of concern

-for agricultural communities.

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-At Llinos' salon in Cardigan...

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-..farmer Hedydd Rees

-is in a bit of a flap.

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-Do you have chickens?

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-Do you have chickens?

-

-No.

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-You must be glad.

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-Yes, we were going

-to get some in the spring.

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-There's no point having them in the

-winter. They don't lay a lot then.

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-I thought we'd get new ones this

-year but with this bird flu...

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-..I'm glad we don't have them.

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-It's quite frightening

-that it's come so close.

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-It makes you wonder.

-Where will it stop?

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-Yes.

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-They've been saying that

-this strain can't infect humans.

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-Yes, because last time,

-a lot of people caught it.

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-Yes, this is a different strain.

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-Will it affect chicken prices

-at the supermarket?

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-Yes, I imagine eggs

-will be expensive.

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-While some wives worry about

-the price of eggs and chicken...

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-..it's unlikely to worry

-these ladies.

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-They've been in newspapers because

-of their obsession with bags.

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-Someone spent 6,000 on a handbag.

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-Flip.

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-Would you spend that much?

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-Would you spend that much?

-

-No.

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-Have you spent that on a handbag?

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-Have you spent that on a handbag?

-

-No!

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-I don't have 6,500.

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-I'd have to get finance

-for a handbag.

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-If I had 6,500 to blow,

-I might be tempted.

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-Would you?

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-What's the most you've ever spent

-on a handbag or shoes?

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-I think about 180 on a handbag.

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-Have you?

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-It was a Radley.

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-Michael spent that on me

-at Christmas.

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-That was a Christmas present.

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-I think I've spent 350 on shoes.

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-For shoes?

0:18:510:18:52

-They were Jimmy Choos.

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-They were Jimmy Choos.

-

-Jimmy Choos.

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-Have you worn them?

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-Can you walk in them?

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-Once or twice.

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-6,000 on a handbag.

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-She's got 50 handbags...

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-..but they're not cheap,

-they're designer handbags.

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-I'd love to send that lady to India

-to see those little children.

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-Yeah, you don't need

-that many handbags.

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-It's stupid.

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-I remember one time

-I was out in Spain...

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-..and a young man was going

-around selling handbags.

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-Looky Lookys!

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-Yes, Looky Lookys.

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-I bought one of these handbags.

-It had a posh name on it.

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-It was a fake.

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-I remember going somewhere in this

-country, "Oh, you've bought that."

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-And I said yes

-and showed off the label.

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-It was all plastic really.

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-It broke then.

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-Do you use them as ornaments

-or will you actually use them?

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-The first thing you have to do

-is see what the weather's like.

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-If it's too wet you can't wear them.

-If it's too dry, they get dusty.

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-It's too warm or too cold.

-It's got to be right.

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-I'm going up and down a lot today!

-What are you doing?

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-That's life!

0:20:100:20:11

-Up and down, up and down!

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-Are you going on holiday this year,

-Hedydd?

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-Yes.

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-Where?

0:20:200:20:21

-Where are you going?

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-Where are you going?

-

-I'm going on a cruise.

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-Are you?

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-Where?

0:20:260:20:27

-The Caribbean.

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-Really?

0:20:280:20:29

-Really?

-

-It's our 25th wedding anniversary.

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-So it's just you and Aled.

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-So it's just you and Aled.

-

-Yes.

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-The kids will be home.

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-Second honeymoon. Look out!

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-I'm going on a cruise

-at the end of the month.

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-Are you? That's nice.

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-Are you? That's nice.

-

-Yes, in January.

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-Where?

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-Where?

-

-I'm not going on a proper cruise.

0:20:490:20:51

-I'm going on a gay cruise.

0:20:510:20:53

-That's great.

0:20:530:20:55

-Swing those hips

-and shake those hips.

0:20:550:20:57

-Where's the ship going?

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-Where's the ship going?

-

-I don't remember.

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-You don't care. You could be going

-around and around.

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-You'll be going

-around and around in a circle.

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-Are you going

-to watch the rugby next month?

0:21:060:21:09

-My friends and I booked it.

-They looked at the fixtures.

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-We either go to Cardiff

-or Ireland every year.

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-Anyway, we booked it all

-and got excited about going.

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-I told the locals

-"I'm going." "Oh, where?"

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-"To watch the rugby in Ireland."

0:21:260:21:28

-"Why Ireland?"

0:21:280:21:30

-"To watch Wales."

0:21:300:21:33

-"They're in Cardiff, love."

0:21:330:21:34

-"Sorry?" "They're in Cardiff."

0:21:350:21:37

-With the week drawing to a close...

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-As is usual in Wales the chat

-in the salon turns to the weather.

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-Do you like snow?

-We're getting some this week.

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-Yes, it is. Where I live, there are

-loads of places to go sledding.

0:21:500:21:55

-Are there?

0:21:550:21:56

-Are there?

-

-I love sledding.

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-I want snow because I got pink

-wellies for my birthday.

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-I haven't worn them yet.

-I want snow so I can wear them.

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-For sheep it can be a hard time.

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-You'll have sheep out.

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-If it snows,

-they'll take shelter by hedgerows.

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-The drifts pile up by the hedgerows.

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-They can die.

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-It doesn't affect our dairy cattle.

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-Our cattle are in the sheds.

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-But it can stop the tanker

-from coming to get the milk.

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-The bakery up the road will sell

-out of bread!

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-There won't be any food in the shop.

0:22:290:22:31

-Are people stupid?

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-I'm looking forward to it.

0:22:340:22:35

-Are you? Do you like snow?

0:22:350:22:37

-I bought a shovel at the Winter Fair

-six years ago.

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-You haven't used it yet.

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-You haven't used it yet.

-

-No, I haven't used it yet.

0:22:420:22:43

-I'm looking forward to it.

0:22:430:22:45

-I paid good money for the shovel and

-haven't got anything out of it yet.

0:22:450:22:50

-With rough weather on the way...

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-..you'll need a book

-or a film to stay warm.

0:22:520:22:55

-Have you seen 50 Shades Of Grey,

-Mary?

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-There's a new one out in February.

0:23:000:23:02

-We can see on your face you have!

0:23:020:23:04

-What?

0:23:050:23:06

-What?

-

-50 Shades Of Grey.

0:23:060:23:07

-No, I haven't read it!

0:23:070:23:09

-I don't want to know

-what I've missed out on!

0:23:090:23:13

-There's still time, Mary!

0:23:130:23:15

-No, I'm too old! I don't know how!

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Mewn cyfres newydd sbon cawn glustfeinio ar rai o sgyrsiau difyr y salon trin gwallt. In a brand new series we eavesdrop on some of the conversations in hairdressing salons around Wales.


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