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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 11, 2008)

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'Airport car bomber left suicide note to bin Laden' UK & WORLD NEWS. 736
'Boring' car insurance helps keep Admiral boss smiling; FTSE 100 firm weathers worst of financial crisis. 534
A CULTURAL WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 240
A dog's tale; She may have a rock star for one son and a playwright for another, but Irene Jones isn't one to rest on her laurels. The passionate environmental campaigner tells Catherine Jones about her work and a very special animal called Sam who has inspired a new book. 1981
A laydee's touch; David Walliams' new children's book has a serious message, he tells Emily Lambert. 857
A question of design. 502
ABERAVON have not won. 214
Affordable living in Abercarn as apartments now available. 241
Anti-turbine protest goes Europe-wide. 631
Banned Henson gets taste of 'no excuses' culture at the Ospreys. 1153
Barclays tries to avoid a state stake. 335
Beauty of Benodet; Staying in a mobile home made Abbie Wightwick's family very happy campers. 1108
Bolder Brown wages war on economy front; Matt Withers charts the change in fortunes which could put Premier on 'Falklands' popularity roll. 651
BOOKS: AUTHOR'S NOTES Jane Blank; What started out as a memoir for Jane Blank turned into an exploration of race relations in '80s Sheffield where she lived. 706
BOOKS: THE INSIDER; PETERFINCH. 463
Bootleg vodka shop loses its licence. 188
Bringing home the bacon; From playing a plus-sized romantic lead in West End comedy hit Fat Pig and growing curious about Hollywood, Ella Smith is an actress who plays by her own rules. She tells Claire Rees about her plans for world domination while showing off her cleavage. 1027
BRITISH STYLE GENIUS; BBC Two Wales, Tuesday, 9pm THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 155
Build your way out of the housing slump as land prices tumble. 159
Buying the houses they built. 343
Call me, pleads social worker to missing Gerwyn. 221
Car stolen as man helped his mother. 164
Cardiff captain to play cricket on Everest. 173
Cardiff V Ebbw Vale; Arms Park, 1.30pm. 199
Children's clothes with a bit of Klass. 278
city market report. 242
coffee break: Play's poetry a hit with the pre-teens; Review Boy (Spectacle Theatre) Touring. 339
Confident Dragons aiming to make big Euro impact. 1036
CORONATION STREET; SOAPS. 193
Cross Keys V Llanelli; Pandy Park, 2.30pm. 226
crunch time for skincare; EXPERTS ARE SAYING WOMEN WILL SOON BE BOASTING THEIR BUDGET BEAUTY STEALSIN THE SAME WAY WE LAUDED PRIMARK - CLAIRE REES LOOKED AT THE EVIDENCE. 1326
Cyrano to mark 25th year of theatre company. 238
Dedicate some space and time to beating those washday blues; Interiors. 702
DIGIBOX; FIVE TO SEE. 778
DIY chain aims to bring a bit of colour to your home life. 320
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps Qs; TAKE ONE Arabella Weir gets animated about her latest role, as the voice of agony aunt duck Hana. 603
Drugs ring targeted in raids. 123
EASTENDERS; SOAPS. 177
ECONOMY: Elderly face a chilling winter, warns charity. 231
ECONOMY: Mutuals 'safer as well as more ethical'. 531
ECONOMY: Recession panic and fears about banks wipe billions off value of stocks globally; Footsie plummets by fifth in a week to its lowest close for five years. 823
ECONOMY: Super-rich shrug off credit crunch in scramble for pounds 1.2m supercar. 628
ECONOMY: Wait-and-see for Icelandic freeze victims; Treasury and Assembly to try to unlock Wales' frozen pounds 66m. 940
Edwards ready to play the patient game. 487
EMMERDALE; Life rarely goes smoothly for our soap favourites, but things turn decidedly nasty this week. As Andy goes on another rampage in Emmerdale, someone on The Street has murder in mind SOAPS. 161
Er mw yn iechyd; CYMRAEG. 395
Falling rolls and drop-outs could see a uni closing its engineering department. 601
Festival provides platform for experimentation by multi-disciplinary artists. 351
FFLUR DAFYDD; 7 DAY TV GUIDE. 255
FOOD: Brakspear EPA; BREW VIEW. 157
FOOD: CHOCOLATE MARQUISE. 222
FOOD: CHOCOLATE MOUSSE CAKE. Recipe 259
FOOD: LIQUID NEWS. 268
FOOD: STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 384
FROM WALES: Famous Welsh Tales; Meinir Wyn Edwards (Y Lolfa pounds 4.95). 152
FROM WALES: Stanley Baker, A Life in Film; Robert Shail (University of Wales Press, pounds 19.99). 293
FROM WALES: Winning Welsh Cobs; Ifor and Myfanwy Lloyd (Gomer, pounds 8.99). 168
GARDENING: My week. 260
GARDENING: Passion for fashion. 108
GARDENING: Seeds of change. 157
GARDENING: THE INSPIRATIONAL GARDENER; Top talk. 438
Girl sees family die in floods; UK & WORLD NEWS. 236
Gower barn's packed with natural attractions. 179
Gweld yr Anweledig; CYMRSAEG. 1069
Heart of the house is an oasis of calm; Favourite room. 743
Henson's out, but To maims to shine. 861
Holding court over the channel; Former Victorian vicarage in Vale of Glamorgan boasts a medieval dovecote in its grounds. 545
HOLLYOAKS; SOAPS. 156
Home cooking; Sirloin steaks with mushroom sauce waitrose. 204
Homebody heaven; SEVEN SUBLIME TREATS FOR DUVET DAYS AND GIRLS' NIGHTS IN. 134
I'll never retire from Wales - Bellamy. 775
I'm sorry, says Gavin after his Ospreys ban. 596
IN THE GALLERY. 164
is it worth it? ALL THOSE TEMPTING BEAUTY TREATMENTS TRIED AND TESTED BEFORE YOU PART WITH YOUR CASH Rin Simpson tried the La Stone Full Body Massage at the St Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot. 453
It's life, but not as we know it; Three moreWelsh families are going back in time to live in miners' cottages for the Coal House series. This time it is 1944 and wartime rationing is in force. But what will life be like in Coal House at War? And what will they miss the most? Abbie Wightwick spoke to family members and found some are already pining for their hair straighteners... 729
It's time to end Heineken hurt, insists ace Hook. 450
ITV 'one step from walking away from any coverage of Wales'. 583
JUMBLE SLICE. 167
LATE DEALS. 436
LEFIGRUFFUDD; Safonau ieithyddol. 399
Letter: CATs out of the bag. 164
Letter: Energy squeeze. 121
Letter: Fair was a disaster. 202
Letter: Mencap thanks. 158
Letter: Nuclear hot air. 161
Letter: On poet's trail. 300
Letter: Taxing questions. 167
Letter: The people will lose out from a delay. 215
Man fell to his death off fifth-floor Turkish hotel balcony after drinking up to 10 bottles of lager. 247
Man Gwyn Man Draw; S4C, 9pm. 107
Melt into chocolate week. 190
Meltdown leaves Wales' model of independence in the cold, too; OPINION real politik. 499
mind matters. 514
Minnows will not go down without a fight; Simon Kendal-Williams runs the rule over today's unknown Millennium Stadium opponents. 599
Morning Serial; The Death of Justice. 395
MP tries to brush up resort's image by painting out sign. 268
MY TELLY.... 703
Neath include Kiwi Farrell for Black and Ambers' clash; Principality Welsh Premiership we're the official newspaper. 338
New code to tackle sell to rent market. 323
No evidence that depressed Jenna, 16, meant to hang herself - coroner; Death 'not linked to others or to internet pact'. 575
O RAN - ENILLYDD Y FEDAL RYDDIAITH 2008, Awdur: Mererid Hopwood, Gwasg Gomer, pounds 7.99; CYMRAEG. 338
O'Gara holds his nerve to snatch victory after Munster given a big fright; Munster 19 Montauban 17. 514
Payback time on agenda for Tigers. 412
PETER KAY'S BRITAIN'S GOT THE POP FACTOR; Channel 4, tomorrow, 8pm THE WEEK AHEAD WATCH IT. Calendar 218
Petrol pounds 5 a tank cheaper than three months ago as oil price plummets. 412
POBOL Y CWM; SOAPS. 170
Pontypool V Llandovery; Pontypool Park, 2.30pm. 228
Pontypridd V Glam Wands; Sardis Road, 2.30pm. 213
Poor Wales outclassed in record romp for England; England 74 Wales 0. 552
Praise for overhaul of social services. 178
Put your money on a new home to beat housing slump. 535
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 178
relax with a good book... 259
Retailers left fearing the worst despite rate cut as question mark hangs over Christmas sales; 'Every chance' of a rash of business failures. 1048
Rhyl power to top of the table as the Saints are held. 477
Rummage around in a dig for gold. 583
SATURDAY 11 October 2008. 276
Sharks looking to bite again. 304
Shedding light on Gelli Dywyll's medieval history; Y Ty Cymreig visits an oak framed house in Montgomeryshire this week, as Marred Jones explains. 576
SHORTSTAY; The Hilton Worldwide Resort Hilton Vilamoura As Cascatas Golf Resort & Spa, Portugal. 231
Showing the benefits of a rural location. 270
Simon wins the top award, next he simply must lead Toshack's team to victory; BIG-MATCH PREVIEW. 1364
Sir Alan bags shrunken Woolies. 290
Snapping up silver from a land of fine porcelain. 418
Spain flood drowns girl and mum. 224
Sporting chance to pick up unique antiques. 313
SPOTLIGHT ON... James Denton. 283
SPOTLIGHTON.. Lindsay Lohan. 253
SPOTLIGHTON... Duffy. 305
Stars turn out as terminally-ill ex-EastEnder Wendy gets married; UK & WORLD NEWS. 345
STEPHEN FRY IN AMERICA; BBC One Wales, tomorrow, 9pm THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 209
Stock market bloodbath; FTSE plunges to five-year low. 296
TAKE TWO; Former Wales winger Arthur Emyr gears up for S4C's Heineken Cup coverage. 665
Teenager admitted killing Rhys, jury told; UK & WORLD NEWS. 650
The burning of Chicago; RETROREPORT October, 1871 How we covered... 377
The first word. 829
The great sea disaster which many preferred to try and forget - until now; More than 500 died on the way to Holyhead. 801
The Property Doctor. 592
They said what? 265
Things to do this week. 202
Tiptoe through the tulips. 639
TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK. 262
Toshack's tonic just the thing to fire up his side for challenge. 618
travels with my credit card; Catherine Dudley,30, is manager of MAC cosmetics in Debenhams, Cardiff. 149
TUESDAY 14 October 2008. 270
Tyrone reveals his Tower plan for 1,000 jobs and a 'Cardiff Bay of the Valleys'. 656
uk news bulletin: Lost disc may hold vital military data. 109
uk news bulletin: Mother charged with killing children. 104
WAG is keeping Euro-cash for itself, businesses claim; Call for inquiry into use of aid. 534
Wales frets for pounds 66m as Iceland's Prime Minister talks 'amicably' with Brown about Britain's missing money. 393
Wantaway Brits voice reasons. 233
We all know a 'Keith the Fish' or 'Dai the Milk' - but how about Shammy Davies the window cleaner, and his son... Shammy Davies Junior? Campaign aims to discover Wales' funniest nicknames. 699
We can hit two at Villa Park; view from the WALES CAMP. 280
We'll come through this together, Bush tells world; ECONOMY. 412
We'll hit back from horror show, vows ace Easterby. 1179
WEDI 7 S4C, Llun-Gwener, 7pm; 7 DAY TV GUIDE. 265
Wedi 7; S4C, 7pm. 101
WEDNESDAY 15 October 2008. 253
Weird World. 281
Western Mail COMMENT: Tyrone's magic could work again in the Valleys. 434
What's not to like about cats? They're amusing.and they're not human! Home truths. 471
What's the score? A celebration of movies and music; Box Office arts & entertainment A major film and music festival is taking place in Cardiff next month. Here, organisers of Soundtrack exclusively reveal the line-up, which includes celebrated directors, actors and musicians Karen Price reports. 723
Who wears what? 112
Why the Assembly mustn't sit on its hands in tough times. 950
Windy investors dash for gold and gilts. 344
Winners Only Men Aloud! make a pitch for Christmas No 1 album at famous studio; Choir are working 12 hours a day to complete debut 'stocking filler'. 647
WIRED; ITV1 Wales, Monday, 9pm THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 139
WM weekend: my secret boutique. 229
women's own. 576
Word-lovers come out of hiding for a shocking spectator sport down the Bay; Box Office arts & entertainment For almost a decade, a festival in Cardiff Bay has been celebrating literature.Peter Finch reveals why BayLit is still as relevant today - and picks some highlights from the 2008 programme. 723
Work only just begun; view from the ENGLAND CAMP. 246
world news bulletin: 11 massacred in Mexico bar attack. 104
world news bulletin: Finns' ex-president wins peace prize. 107
world news bulletin: Tourists hacked to death in Caribbean. 113
Young guns keep dream alive after a fine display; Wales U21 2 England U21 3. 789
Yr Afon; S4C, 9pm. 109

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