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Articles from Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales) (January 3, 2021)

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'I KNEW THERE WAS CHANCE FOR THE BOYS' Families recall 'living nightmar ecall nightmare' of disaster that claimed lives of four miners. PHILIP DEWEY reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 1379
2020 IN REVIEW. Chronology 1100
21st CENTURY KILLERS. PHILIP DEWEY reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 1218
7 of the best... FILMS ABOUT THE AFTERLIFE. 448
7 TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 510
A forecast of snow and ice. 247
a happy new year for the swans; SWANSEA........2 WATFORD........1. IAN MITCHELMORE Football Writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 526
A NEW YEAR... BUT IT COULD BE SAME STORY FOR WALES IN THE SIX NATIONS. Graham Price FRONT ROW LEGEND 1730
ALL EU NEED TO KNOW GUIDE; Checks will make your life easier as NIGEL THOMPSON finds out. NIGEL THOMPSON 853
ALL EYES ON CUP AFTER THE EXILES ARE FROZEN OUT. steffan thomas Sports writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 410
ALL GEEKTO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS AND FILM NEWS. 321
Another seventy people have died with Covid-19. 560
ANY OLD EXCUSE TO GET OFF THE HOOK; Once they are accused of an offence many criminals choose to give up the fight. But there are always some who try to explain their way out of it. From the absurd to the nonsensical, Marcus Hughes reveals some of the excuses we've heard while covering court cases over the last 12 months. 3478
Book up your ideas; Turning the page on another year, experts offer HANNAH STEPHENSON their predictions of what's going to be hot in the world of books for 2021. 1315
Buendia hits the right note as the Canaries are back on song; CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW. 331
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 202
Dog walkers from London sent packing. 264
ELIN'S BLURRED WORLD BRINGS SIGHT ISSUES INTO FOCUS. LUCY JOHN Reporter lucy.john@walesonline.co.uk 914
Embrace the future; Russell Grant reveals what the stars say about your health and happiness for 2021, and how your life might be about to change. Russell Grant 1261
END OF ERASMUS 'SEVERE BLOW'. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large martin.shipton@reachplc.co.uk 968
Ex-Wales stars voice criticism of Lydiate card. 282
Fancy going a Brit vegan? Traditional British dishes are getting the vegan treatment. Award-winning food blogger Aimee Ryan tells MARION MCMULLEN about giving classic meals a timely new twist. MARION MCMULLEN 1033
FLYING VISITORS. JOHN COOPER Reporter john.cooper@walesonline.co.uk 560
Four to see; WATCH AT HOME We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 478
Harris to get more time after Bluebirds clash is snowed off. GLEN WILLIAMS Football writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 282
Hotel of the week; WHITTLEBURY PARK, SILVERSTONE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE By Gary Chappell. 352
I knew 2020 would be a tough year; Russell Grant tells MARION McMULLEN about his predictions for a very difficult year as his popular horoscopes return. MARION McMULLEN 728
I think Pixar do some of their best work when they talk about scary things; As Pixar's new feature-length animated comedy Soul streams on Disney+, DANIELLE DE WOLFE speaks to star Tina Fey to uncover more about the tale that tackles where our personalities come from. 955
If the Arctic melts, many big cities will be underwater ...That is not science fiction. It's going to happen; AS NEW BBC SERIES A PERFECT PLANET HITS OUR SCREENS, SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH CHATS TO DANIELLE DE WOLFE. DANIELLE DE WOLFE 861
Kane and Son run riot as Spurs start New Year in style; PREMIER LEAGUE REVIEW. 733
lack of discipline is so costly for blues; cardiff blues PEN: J Tovey 3 17 ospreys TRIES: I Phillips, pen try CON: S Myler PEN: S Myler. 633
LOCKED UP IN 2020. CATHY OWEN Reporter cathy.owen@walesonline.co.uk 1231
LOOKING FOR LOVE IN OVE LOG CABIN. KATHRYN WILLIAMS Reporter kathryn.williams@walesonline.co.uk 1698
louis can give lions X-FACTOR - DAWSON. PAUL ABBANDONATO Head of Sport sport@walesonline.co.uk 546
LOWE IS ON A HIGH YET AGAIN AS SWANS GO SECOND. IAN MITCHELMORE Football Writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 1178
MORE TO WATCH. 314
NEW VACCINE ON WAY TO WALES. EMMA BOWDEN AND ROBERT HARRIES Reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 899
NICE TO SEED YOU AGAIN... Time to get your orders in ready to start planting. 586
not pretty... but glenn is happy with scarlets' derby victory; scarlets TRIES: S Kalamafoni, S Costelow CONS: D Jones, S Costelow PENS: D Jones (2) 203 dragons PEN: J Lewis. 883
ON THE BOX. 267
ON THE GRVINEAPE; sam wylie-harris ON... WINES SHE'D HAPPILY GO BACK TO - TIME AND AGAIN. 369
ON THIS DAY. 176
Paint me a perfect picture of paradise; TIM MERRY samples the delights of the Maldives on his dream honeymoon. TIM MERRY 1055
PICKS OF THE WEEK; YOUR CAN'T-MISS TV SHOWS FOR THE NEXT SEVENDAYS. 368
Property 'gutted' by blaze. 248
QUICK QUIZ; TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF TRIVIA AND CURRENT EVENTS. 291
Sadness as a nativity is fire-bombed. 256
Sir Tom reveals he has had jab. 297
SNAKES ALIVE - LIFE ISN'T BORING FOR GERAINT. BETHAN THOMAS Reporter bethan.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 958
SOAP DISH. 391
STAR STEPS INTO REAL DETECTIVE'S SHOES TO CATCH A KILLER. JOSHUA KNAPMAN Reporter joshua.knapman@walesonline.co.uk 1481
STAR VICTIM OF ONLINE RACIST. MATTHEW SOUTHCOMBE Sport Reporter matthew.southcombe@walesonline.co.uk 582
Stephen's death scarred us.It's still hard to believe he's gone; As he celebrates 20 years of success and becoming a dad for the fifth time, Ronan Keating talks to ABI JACKSON and GABRIELLE FAGAN about grief, lockdown and appreciating life. ABI JACKSON and GABRIELLE FAGAN 1119
Talks to be held as tour looks to be in jeopardy. 409
THE MOVIES NOT TO MISS IN 2021; ANDY LEA reveals the films you need to see this year. ANDY LEA 903
TOY STORY; Welsh factory brought joy to thousands of children and jobs to hundreds of workers. ROBERT HARRIES Reporter robert.harries@walesonline.co.uk 824
TRAVELBUZZ; THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF TOURISM. 173
VIRUS FORCES SHOPS TO SHUT FOR GOOD. KATIE BELLIS Reporter katie.bellis@walesonline.co.uk 864
Whatever 2021 brings, we'll see some treats for gamers. 673
When it comes to sleuthing, Ralf Little goes a long way; Death in Pardise is back for a tenth series and Rachael Popow is glad Detective Parker and co are bringing us a little ray of Caribbean sunshine. Rachael Popow 471
YOU WEAR KNIT WELL; From preppy collars to knitted trousers, PRUDENCE WADE picks out the coolest ways to wear wool this season. PRUDENCE WADE 671

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