6&7 BIG INTERVIEW THE Bard of Barking, Sir William of Bragg chats to David Owens about his toilet trouble with the Manic Street Preachers and why he's happy to be known more as a political activist than a musician.
8&9 ON SCREEN PLUS, don't miss our verdict on the latest movie in the blockbusting Narnia franchise, The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader, the top five movie literary adaptations, our round-up of the best of what's on around Wales this week plus DVD, CD, book and games reviews.
ALSO, all the latest stage news from our resident theatre buff Karen Price.
10&11 FOOD Top tips on how to cook up something a bit different this Christmas. Don't worry, you can still be tipsy and fast asleep by the time the Queen comes on, just like every other year.
12&13 FASHION Catwalk Hawk Emily Woodrow looks at the latest in fashion minimalism. And we don't mean going out on a Saturday night in just a skimpy boob tube and skirt the size of a belt. Heck, we've been doing that in the Valleys for donkeys.
14&15 AWAYDAYS THIS week: Jordan. No silly, not her. We mean the country.
18&19 TV CHOICE GIVE me a T. Give me an E. Give me a L. And another L. Now give me a Y. What does it spell? Don't know? Then might we suggest you spend less time in front of the goggle box and a bit more reading the occasional book.
28 PUZZLES & STARS AS big Sudoku fans RUN DMC once rapped: "It's tricky, tricky, t-t-t-t-t-tricky."
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|Date:||Dec 12, 2010|
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