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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 7, 2009)

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"RHAG OFN YSBRYDION - CHWILIO AM Y GWIR AM STRAEON YSBRYD, J Towyn Jones, Cymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion, pounds 9.99; CYMRAEG. 341
"We should learn more about how our Celtic cousins run their affairs; real politik. 480
'Best ever fan' leaves pounds 137,000 to team. 393
'Calzaghe would have beaten all the greats'. 920
'Cooking up a storm means I can learn my opera songs!' Favourite room. 592
'Wicked' loan shark convicted of rape and blackmail. 297
10 things we love about Scotland; Whatever the outcome of tomorrow's match (that'll be the Wales v Scotland game as if you didn't know!), we'll always be thankful to the Scots for tartan, porridge and Sean Connery. 924
5,000 fans fly from Cardiff after runway snow vigil. 437
7 treats for 7 days; be mine valentine Spoil yourself with these romantic treats, or leave this page open to inspire your other half. 120
A CULTURAL WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 291
A question of design. 571
Accountants opt for shorter working; uk news bulletin. 110
And you might like... FROM WALES. 214
Anna Nicole; DIGITAL. 775
AR drothwy Pencampwriaeth; RHAGOLWG TELEDU. 269
Arshavin set for debut. 252
Bale apologises for his swearing rant on set. 235
Beat the credit crunch by introducing recycled chic; Interiors. 730
Biggest fall in quarterly output since 1974. 337
Blair and his team ready for Wales; SIX NATIONS 2009. 354
Blanchflower 'No' to This Is Your Life; RETRO REPORT How we covered... February, 1961. 267
Bookies are behind Wales, but history shows Scots can never be written off; SIX NATIONS 2009. 1290
BOOKS: AUTHOR'S NOTES; Josie Henley-Einion drew on aspects of her own colourful background to ensure the characters in her new novel Silence were believable - a decision she's come to regret. 678
BOOKS: THE INSIDER Peter Finch. 463
Boris Johnson joins in row over Thatcher's slur. 248
Box Office: An insight into what rocked the earliest of the cave dwellers; arts & entertainment How did music sound in the Stone Age? That's the question which composer Simon Thorne has been pondering as he worked on a new musical project. Karen Price finds out more about it. 736
Brain-op prof has maths cracked - at a cost; Tumour surgery affects ability to play the piano. 578
Broad roars into Windies. 379
Broad shoulders England burden. 364
Burglary tops Welsh security worries according to survey. 163
Buy, buy, buy! 118
Byrne is ready to glow hotter than he did in the Grand Slam campaign. 749
Cannabis haul puts youth on report; uk news bulletin. 117
Carving out a career. 328
Chantry homes in demand. 227
Childhood obesity epidemic is a myth, say researchers; Controversial study suggests doubts over risk to health. 634
city market report. 439
coffee break: Homecooking; Smoked salmon, pea and wasabi linguine. 129
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 155
coffee break: Steamy tale of hypocrisy and tragedy; Review The House of Bernarda Alba The Riverfront, Newport ****. 382
coffee break: They said what? 280
Companies in middle of an 'insolvency epidemic' More firms expected to go under. 713
Crusaders fight back after Leeds onslaught; Leeds Rhinos 28 Celtic Crusaders 6. 702
Dancers and musicians explore a boulevard of broken dreams. 259
declare your love. 130
Dishing the dirt on a fake. 430
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs. 1294
Dragons aim to turn up the heat. 340
Energy price cuts for Swalec customers. 241
Evans is man on Saints mission. 402
Ex-Scotland captain urges their team to play like Wales; Clashes between Wales and Scotland were once the most eagerly anticipated of the tournament. But as the teams prepare for tomorrow's Six Nations clash, Tim Lewis wonders whether the Scots still have the fire in the belly. 1328
Face transplant patient leaves hospital; world news bulletin. 117
Fans' thoughts. 854
Fergie dismisses poor London record. 213
Festival becomes major fixture on Welsh calendar; Laugharne Weekend promises big names in literature and music. Calendar 632
FREE AGENTS; Channel 4, Friday, 10pm THE WEEK AHEAD WATCH IT. Calendar 155
FRIDAY: Pushing Daisies ITV1 Wales, 10pm. 145
Gang sentenced for brutal train attack; uk news bulletin. 109
GARDENING: Let there be light. 113
GARDENING: My week. 194
Gatland got it spot on; SIX NATIONS 2009 In association with EDWARDS COACH HOLIDAYS. 237
GRAND DESIGNS; Channel 4, Wednesday, 9pm THE WEEK AHEAD WATCH IT. Calendar 184
Hot potatoes; HOME TRUTHS. 623
How internet research and alternative medicine put seriously ill youngster on road to recovery. 683
Hughes calls on fans to be patient. 171
Hundreds of fans forced home by snow chaos. 390
I don't think I'm going to fail; With her second album out and her head full of film-making and happy-ever-afters, Jem, aka Jemma Griffiths from Penarth, tells Gavin Allen why she feels she can have it all - if she works for it... 2713
I'm not violent, Meredith murder accused insists; British exchange student's throat had been slit. 763
Iran and the West BBC Two Wales, 9pm. 104
Jones confident City can battle through the increasing fixture pile-up chaos. 385
Lawyer quit because of 'intolerable' chief. 189
Letter: 2B or not 2B is the question for school. 588
Letter: Big not beautiful. 235
Letter: Power station issue. 208
Letter: We must sell Wales. 341
Mad Dog Moonlight Pauline Fisk (Bloomsbury, pounds 6.99); FROM WALES. 312
Melyn, melys, mwy plis! CYMRAEG Mae cyfrol Saesneg gyntaf y nofelydd Cymraeg Catrin Dafydd wedi cyrraedd rhestr fer y wefan Spread the Word. Bethan Mair sy'n edrych ar lwyddiant y nofel. 771
mind matters. 520
Minder five, 9pm; WEDNESDAY 11 February 2009. 184
Mmm, something smells good... let's forget the cold, batten down the hatches and enjoy. Recipe 796
Monday: Moses Jones BBC Two Wales, 9pm. 121
Monday: Whitechapel ITV1 Wales, 9pm. 102
Morning Serial; The Death of Justice. 460
Mum of tug-of-love Caitlin dies after breast cancer fight, aged 44. 320
my secret boutique. 259
My Wales job is still a work in progress; Toshack happy to carry on for European mission after 'rethink'. 502
New pilot to steer Pure Wafer through stormy seas. 334
Noon ready to take centre stage for injury-hit England; SIX NATIONS 2009 England V Italy Twickenham, today, 3pm. 446
Now is time to buy, say experts; Property market is picking up as Halifax figures show prices unexpectedly rose by 1.9% last month. 746
Octuplet mother: I wanted a big family; world news bulletin. 112
Opportunities in China will multiply with trade. 728
Piers Morgan On... ITV1 Wales, 9pm; THURSDAY 12 February 2009. 148
Poison baby formula kills 84 youngsters; world news bulletin. 106
Pwy faga blant? Rhieni dan y lach unwaith eto. 375
Racehorse owner raped ex-girlfriend after spying on her from shed for days; Businessman a danger to the public. 848
RBS protects its savers at the expense of borrowers. 305
Recovery in property market may be quicker than expected; Sales of homes soaring, say estate agents. 674
Redrow offers to double deposit in bid to attract househunters. 189
relax with a good book... 281
Rich Carluccio's well positioned to beat its rivals. 287
Running a B&B is no holiday but it's worth it; Moving into the hospitality industry was a gamble for couple looking for a complete lifestyle change. 755
Scotland will be toughest - Alfie; SIX NATIONS 2009. 313
Scots underdogs could ruin our party - Gatland. 745
Sharp rise in number out of work in the USA. 356
She was a strong personality ... it is not accepted psychiatric injury was foreseeable; Council denies failing to protect 'harassed' Welsh headteacher. 607
Should I stay or should I go now? Immigrant Jacek Lepczynksi can't decide whether to stay in Wales or return to Poland. To help him make a decision, he takes a life-changing road trip with a difference. 885
SIX NATIONS - SCOTLAND V WALES; BBC Wales TV/radio, tomorrow, times vary THE WEEK AHEAD WATCH IT. Calendar 393
So what's on the market right now? We asked some big name estate agents in and around Cardiff to pick properties which they say are definitely worth a look. 526
SPOTLIGHT ON... Christopher Lee. 277
SPOTLIGHT ON... Gary Sinise. 293
SPOTLIGHT ON... Rupert Penry-Jones. 257
SPOTLIGHT ON...James May. 314
SPOTLIGHT ON...Jon Hamm. 266
SPOTLIGHT ON...Meryl Streep. 228
SPOTLIGHT ON...Robert Vaughn. 281
Step up to the MIKE; SIX NATIONS 2009. 1814
Sterling's slide wings BA but merger with Iberia still going ahead. 318
Summit sees difficulties for the economy. 156
Sunday: Lark Rise to Candleford BBC One Wales, 8pm. 112
Sunday: The Sunday Night Project Channel 4, 10.10pm. 145
Swans can maintain momentum - Williams. 1102
the first word. 578
The Property Doctor. 667
The sum of his parts; What made a former merchant banker, who was turned down by his university choir, decide to risk it all for a career in music? Karen Price talks dreams and ambitions with baritone Mark Stone. 744
There are good-news stories, but mostly the reality is painful; After another bad week for the economy, Business Correspondent Aled Blake looks at how Wales is faring. 230
There's lots of off-the-field action when the Cwmderi crowd enjoy a passion-filled trip to the Millennium Stadium. In Emmerdale, Andy does yet another runner - this time from his dad's funeral; SOAPS. 802
Thoroughly modern miss with hopes of a hit future; As the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama unveils its latest talent in the shape of Clare Dunne, the young actress tells Gavin Allen how she's preparing for her dream role on stage and her high hopes for the future Box Office arts & entertainment. 816
TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK. Movie review 262
Tragic brothers texted wives. 188
TRAVEL: Swaying to the samba; Victoria Mitchell took in the sights of Rio - historic buildings, lush hills... and beach bodies. 958
TRAVEL: The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner, London; SHORT STAY. 376
travels with my credit card. 273
Tributes to Joe. 248
TUESDAY: Cheetah Man five, 8pm. 129
TUESDAY: The Big Bang Theory Channel 4, 11.05pm. 107
TV host Clarkson says sorry over PM remark; Outrage after presenter called Brown 'a one-eyed Scottish idiot'. 593
Under-fire Adams is concentrating on job. 214
US military judge puts a stop to last war crime case at Guantanamo. 359
Valentine's Day treat courtesy of Glasvegas. 198
Wales are hit by boot of Horne; Scotland U20 18 Wales U20 17. 379
wales news bulletin: College chiefs warn they may cut 500 jobs. 106
We all have a responsibility to this jersey; SIX NATIONS 2009 A day in the life... Media Wales' Delme Parfitt spent a day in the Wales camp to find out just how Warren Gatland prepares his men to go into battle. 1436
We'll bury the Murrayfield ghosts. 711
Welsh animators clinch pounds 1.5m EC contract to make films for children; Audience of millions for Griffilms. 588
Western Mail COMMENT: A revolution ahead - at work and in the home. 439
What's wonderful about this unofficial anthem is that it was created by the people. It's the folk song process; Carolyn Hitt reports on the 'perfect' rugby anthem - Flower of Scotland, of course! 941
Who is the greatest of them all? 1853
WINE & DINE: Spice up your life. Recipe 1012
Winning means everything to France-Chabal; SIX NATIONS 2009 Ireland V France Croke Park, today, 5pm. 654
Women could become the breadwinners of the future; Female staff may become majority. 663
women's own. 570
Woodland grave examined by police is of a pet. 276
Y pils sydd ddim yn gwneud lles i chi na'ch poced. 367
Y Ras i Lundain 2012; S4C, yfory, 7.30pm RHAGOLWG TELEDU. 158
You've put your finger on it... The Scots fancy themselves as a passionate nation but when it comes to rugby, who really wins? On the eve of Wales' opening Six Nations clash against Scotland, Matt Thomas asks some Scots to argue their case. 1171

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