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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 9, 2008)

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'Disaster recovery' gets WAG backing. 300
'Don't panic' plea as repossessions jump. 589
'It didn't quite hit me until I walked in and saw the faces I'd be sharing the stage with' EISTEDDFOD 2008 Admission to Gorsedd of Bards humbling, says Matthew Rhys. 769
'It's a multi-use room, that's why I love it' Favourite room. 669
'Our dragons will be roaring in Beijing' BEIJING 2008. 184
'Size matters' for snacking pattern. 212
'This could be the best ever Olympics for Wales' BEIJING 2008 Gold medal success in Beijing would transform Wales into a 'true nation of sport', Lynn Davies tells reporter Tim Lewis, as he assesses the chances of our Olympic hopefuls. 1145
'Worst may be over'. 450
'Would you mind changing the book title please? One thinks it's a bit too formal' Royal disapproval of 'residence' forces publishers into alteration. 684
A Boutique Selection boost for buyers. 234
A CULTURED WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 231
A majestic location with a spectacular Gower view; Alderwood is a luxury five-bedroomed property with popular sandy beaches within easy reach. 496
A question of design. 547
Anna's the first to move in. 256
Anna's the first to move in. 263
Artist launches 'I love Iraq' T-shirts as a reminder to Eisteddfod the war goes on; EISTEDDFOD 2008. 411
Bengal tigers move into Baghdad zoo; world news bulletin. 111
Boarding schools targeting parents; uk news bulletin. 109
BOOKS: THE INSIDER. 473
BRAINTEASERS; COFFEE BREAK EXTRA. 352
business news bulletin: Lava nightclubs attract interest. 111
Buy into the village life... by the city! 312
Buyers are going for Broadhaven. 171
Byw yn yr Ardd; S4C, 8.25pm. 104
BYW YN YR ARDD; S4C, Dydd Iau, 8.25pm 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg. 149
Ceremony shakes off a 70-year-old Cardiff curse as Hilma claims Chair; EISTEDDFOD 2008. 448
Chief executive's pledge as RBS chalks up first loss; But chairman could be forced out, says analyst. 888
city market report. 431
Climber died 'doing the sport he lived for'. 191
Clinton to speak at party convention; world news bulletin. 113
Collectors' heaven as the Llangollen toy and train sale makes its return. 245
Confident Dean is looking to future. 343
Cooke is ready for her date with destiny after heartbreak in Athens; Beijing 2008. 849
CORONATION STREET; SOAPS. 138
Cricket legend urges vigilance against crime on Antigua after killing of Welsh couple; Viv Richards joins island 'peace march'. 502
Crusaders look to stay in the hunt. 377
Curtains stay up as venues around the nation weather the credit crunch storm; It's exactly a year today since the credit crunch took hold. So has it hadan impact on the arts in Wales? Karen Price investigates Box Office arts & entertainment. 870
CYNGERDD KARL JENKINS; S4C, Dydd Sadwrn, 8.45pm 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg. 255
Diary of a fat person - howit could help us understand why we love to snack; Appeal for overweight volunteers to help with psychology research. 663
DIGIBOX FIVETOSEE. 747
Doctor Dail 1, Awdur: Bethan Wyn Jones, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, pounds 5.50. 326
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs; TAKE ONE Former miner Billy Pye is British Swimming's head disability coach. Based in Swansea, he is training seven swimmers selected for the Paralympics. 758
Down with the Crown - rebel MPs seek a newoath of allegiance. 1022
EASTENDERS; SOAPS. 167
EMMERDALE; Ricky and Bianca share a bed in EastEnders - and a wall of pillows. In Emmerdale, Donald hopes some posh nosh and fine wine can bring Anna and Carl closer together SOAPS. 161
Estate of Affairs. 522
Falklands veteran fighting custody battle; uk news bulletin. 109
Farmers use unmanned plane for crop decisions. 176
FFLUR DAFYDD AR Y BOCS; 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg. 257
FILMSOFTHEWEEK. 217
Fireworks - and protests - erupt as the Beijing Olympics lay on a spectacular ceremony; BEIJING 2008. 529
Five rural bus services face the axe. 274
FOOD: MY KIND OF PLACE; Forget cosmopolitan city restaurants, my local in Carmarthenshire is the business, says Stifyn Parry. 820
Football: Adams wants to upset Fergie once more. 426
Football: It's same old story for Tosh as injuries strike. 659
Football: Louis in warning to his old boss. 378
Football: Nomadic Bothroyd aiming to make himself at home at Ninian Park and deliver glory. 623
Football: Payback time as Britton proves he was up for the Liberty battle. 1288
Football: This is the strongest squad I've had in my time at City - Jones. 1155
Football: Valley test is best start, says Martinez. 523
Foster flags up greatest Olympic achievement. 411
GARDENING: Good breeding. 599
GARDENING: GREEN GODDESS; Top talk. 331
GARDENING: Things to do this week. 109
Harrowing play has a deep impact at the Fringe. 352
Health workers hit out at Tory claims of 'pen-pusher culture' Desk jobs 'rise 50% in decade'. 723
HOLLYOAKS; SOAPS. 162
Home cooking; coffee break Blackberry Pear Crumble with Cherry Muesli Topping Waitrose. 200
HOW CLEAN IS YOUR HOUSE? Channel 4, Monday, 8.30pm THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 185
How power of words can capture the buyers. 544
How you can Freecycle your way to a new look for your property; Having difficulty finding the money to furnish your home? This website could provide the answer to your problems. 494
I spy with my little eye... ANTIQUES Be on the lookout for the ingenious and interesting pince-nez. 421
IN THE GALLERY. 121
Independence on the agenda again, but can anyone do the economics? real politik. 477
It doesn't rain on Players' parade; Preview Much Ado About Nothing Aberglasney Gardens, Llangathen coffee break. 307
It seems difficult to start with but the pay-off of sloth can be stimulating; Home truths. 457
It's Kiwi handover at Blues for Tito. 676
Jamie is an asset for Ospreys, says Marshall. 527
Jowell: 'Chinese have an opportunity to change' BEIJING 2008. 336
Lake tragedywas not boat owner's fault, court says after health and safety probe; 'This verdict proves I did not fail in my duty'. 546
LATE DEALS. 407
LEFIGRUFFUDD; CYMRAEG. 399
Letter: Accept military peril and don't complain. 411
Letter: Losing my faith. 161
Letter: More powers please. 135
Letter: Religion and the law. 207
Letter: The Welsh way. 354
LIQUID NEWS. 240
Little girls training for motherhood practised on dolls. 666
Liz and Ian have found their ideal first home. 420
Llanmoor forms new link with estate agents to help buyers. 562
Lynn the Leap: A potted history; BEIJING 2008. 171
Magical opening show wins an Olympic bold for China; BEIJING 2008 Beijing wows BBC's Huw 'Oh, that was quite something' Edwards. 956
Major hire company is well placed for long-term growth thanks to acquisition of rival. 184
Man loses fourth appeal over conviction for robbery. 485
Mansion's secrets are uncovered. 245
MARGARET THE TABLOID PRINCESS: REVEALED; five, Tuesday, 8pm THE WEEK AHEAD. 222
Maria Bello explains why an all-action role was dream come true for her and her son Jackson; TAKE TWO. 644
Marilyn and Me; Morning Serial. 448
MELERIWYNJAMES; CYMRAEG. 399
mind matters; TRYST WILLIAMS. 525
More radical Assembly could boost business; We've waited too long to look at greater legislative powers The Professor who shoots from the hip. 794
More tenants sign up for retail and sports complex; Next among latest recruits. 587
My People's Pilgrimage Diana Gruffydd Williams (Lolfa, pounds 9.95); FROM WALES. 246
my secret boutique; WM weekend Audrey Bull (Narberth) 15 High St, Narberth 01834 861199 www.audreybull-antiques.co.uk. 233
MY TELLY.... 620
new in; WM weekend. 127
Newspaper apologises over Philip cancer report. 176
No end in sight as row over derelict house rages on. 403
Nodyn; S4C, 9.30pm. 117
Of course, my views could compromise my relationship with the public; So says Richard Brunstrom, who's been described as the most controversial senior police officer of his time. But what exactly makes North Wales's top bobby tick? In his latest interview he talks racist police officers, retirement plans and Value Judgements. 1037
Oxford Uni student weds two days before death; Dream wedding for leukaemia sufferer. 739
Parents in tribute to 'wonderful son' Craig. 292
perfectly pink; WM weekend 7 treats for 7 days GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR INNER BARBIE. SHE WANTS TO GO SHOPPING. 122
Pietersen hits century, but praises his unlikely aces. 533
POBOL Y CWM; SOAPS. 159
Police still probe pub incident. 118
Political change the real challenge facing China; Western Mail COMMENT. 475
Portrait of Glamorgan Nick Jenkins (Halsgrove, pounds 14.99); FROM WALES. 269
Powys decides against any more wind-farm decisions. 156
Price to pay for giving up the car; Assembly must raise transport budgetbypounds 30m. 810
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 159
QUIZOPEDIA; COFFEE BREAK EXTRA. 588
Radiating ideas for your home; Interiors. 575
Radiating ideas for your home; Interiors. 603
Random Deaths and Custard Catrin Dafydd (Gomer, pounds 7.99); FROM WALES. 261
READERS HOLIDAYS. 809
rediscovers the laughs he with in his part of Wales; arts & entertainment. 573
RETURN TO THE CRUISE; BBC Two Wales, Monday, 7pm THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 233
Review to look at handling of rape and domestic violence cases. 171
Rhodri praises jazz fest planners. 176
Rose blooms to boost his Ryder hopes. 522
Rugby team-mates sign up as organ donors in couple's memory. 162
Sarah is looking for Dutch treat to success. 392
Sausages go the Champagne route; uk news bulletin. 108
SHORTSTAY ...at the Primrose Valley holiday park, Filey, North Yorkshire. 258
Soul survivor; The Holocaust changed her life forever, but Anka Bergman was determined to survive. Abbie Wightwick hears her extraordinary story. 2151
Spin duo Croft and Cosker look to hold key to Glamorgan win. 535
SPOTLIGHTON... 299
SPOTLIGHTON... 274
SPOTLIGHTON... 270
SPOTLIGHTON... 281
SPOTLIGHTON... 296
SPOTLIGHTON... 255
SPOTLIGHTON... 279
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 402
Tales from the rich list; No time to take out the Ferrari? Looking older than your years? Working 12-hour days every day? Welcome to the world of Wales' self-made millionaires. Abbie Wightwick looks at the highs and lows of being super rich. 3554
the first word. 415
The Property Doctor. 640
The real taste of France; Jeremy Gates gets away from the trappings of modern travel to enjoy a life of luxury on board a barge in the south of France. 1166
They said what? 283
Tin lunch box saves Cerys, 8, from crush. 264
Tip-top release will pay fitting tribute to Gravell. 357
Tipyn o Stad; S4C, 9.00pm. 108
TIPYN O STAD; S4C, Dydd Sul, 9pm 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg. 248
TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK. 246
travel with my credit cards; WM weekend. 153
TRIPEL KARMELIET; BREW VIEW. 104
Unrecorded Baccarat; ASK THE ANTIQUES ROAD SHOW EXPERTS. 113
War fears as Soviet tanks respond to Georgia attack. 546
War veteran turns to humour and horses for his sixth book; AUTHOR'S NOTES. 593
Welsh dad faces being kicked out of US for crime committed 18 years ago; Barry-born Zak, 35, thrown into California jail. 728
Welsh go for gold in marathon; WALES. 479
Welsh stars James and Lucy great Beijing medal haul from; Shunyi. 568
What our men say on the Bluebirds. 468
What our men say on the Swans. 579
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? BBC1Wales, Monday, 9pm THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 209
Why Stones concert can't go on; RETRO REPORT How we covered... August, 1973. 313
women's own; LYNNE BARRETT-LEE. 579
Writer rediscovers the laughs he grew up with in his part of Wales; Box Office arts & entertainment As a new comedy show is launched on BBC Radio Wales today, writer Charles Williams reveals what inspired him. 787
Y Dewin Geiriau; Gwen Sion sy'n trafod wythnos brysur i Aled Jones Williams CYMRAEG. 601

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