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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 10, 2010)

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"I want to carry on singing and dancing to the end and then be stuffed like Trigger! Friends with Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland, Debbie Reynolds is a bona fide star of the golden era of Hollywood. Back in the spotlight as the leading lady in her one woman show that looks back at her amazing career, she tells Dave Owens why there's still no stopping her. 1908
'I sent McLaren an apology for trying to ban the Sex Pistols' Memories of punk era in Wales revived. 766
'Jack Duckworth' to leave 'Street' uk newsbulletin. 123
A CULTURAL WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 301
A PASSIONATE WOMAN BBC One Wales, tomorrow, 9pm. 217
A stamp of approval for postcards. 170
AUTHOR'S NOTES; Writer Robert Minhinnick, right, lives within a dodgem ride of Porthcawl fairground, and now he's devoted a book to it. 899
Banks put market between a Rock and a hard place; Future recovery of housing market under threat as first-time buyers hit by new mortgage interest squeeze. 617
Bauza is happy to make impression at last. 391
BBI secures Balfour Beatty deal. 294
Bowen dreams after Waining joy. 620
Boy racers jailed after crash killed Swansea taxi driver; Mother tells court son's death has 'ended her world'. 553
Budget dining in gourmet style. 1472
Business figures take to bikes to learn sustainability. 214
Care home manager guilty of killing; Police 'remain suspicious' over deaths of other former residents. 610
Church hopes prayers will be answered. 209
city marketreport. 451
CLICK ON WalesOnline.co.uk. 152
Climate science; LETTERS. 163
COMPLETE PACKAGE ON CONSERVATORIES, WINDOWS AND DOORS; FROM PLANNING AND MANUFACTURING TO THE COMPLETED BUILD SECURAHOME DOES IT ALL! 394
contents. 178
CORONATION STREET. 201
CWPAN HEINEKEN S4C, heno, 9pm S4C, yfory, 7pm. 224
Dad rocks; It's hard to pigeonhole Mike Peters, but let's try cancer survivor, devoted dad and charity fundraiser. But also don't forget his rock star credentials, writes Dave Owens. 1100
DATHLU! S4C, Dydd Iau, 9pm. 238
David Cameron's greatest fear - being seen as the 'same old Tories' realpolitik: OPINION. 477
Dead soldier's fiancee due to give birth in five weeks' time; Tributes to father-to-be Royal Welsh soldier killed in Afghanistan firefight. 778
Deep concern for Scarlets as accounts show pounds 3.3m loss; Shock at shortfall after accountants' warnings rebuffed. 877
Detective found guilty of distributing indecent pictures of children. 422
Development interest; LETTERS. 442
Did you know? 146
Digital makeover to change the face of Photomarathon contest; It's six years since husband-and-wife team Mathew Talfan and Betina Skovbro launched Photomarathon in Cardiff. But this year there's a major change. They tell Karen Price why they are going digital. 700
DIGITAL. 737
Disco and punk push 1977 to top of pops; RETRO REPORT April, 2003 How we covered... 278
DON'T MIND YOUR. 1166
Dragons facing up to the cutbacks. 294
Dunne injury scare hits Villa's hopes of cup success. 150
Dysgu Cymraeg - 100%; I nifer o ddysgwyr, mae magu hyder i ddarllen Cymraeg yn gallu bod yn anodd. Gweld bwlch yn y ddarpariaeth barodd i Alun Charles ysgrifennu Cant y Cant. Bethan Mair sy'n dweud mwy: CYMRAEG. 662
EASTENDERS. 133
Economic concerns need discussing; LETTERS. 304
Edwards accuses Labour of concealing plans for savage cuts in public services from electorate. 483
EMMERDALE. 188
English pair setting pace but Tiger on the prowl in Augusta bid. 965
Experiences of troubled teens sowed the seeds for stage drama; Welsh playwright Gary Owen is premiering his new play which has actress Trudie Goodwin in the leading role. He tells Karen Price how he gained his inspiration from local teenagers. 771
Families 'losing out' due to failure on homes powers. 265
Family pays tribute to 'mummy's angel'. 248
Family pays tribute to 'mummy's angel'. 250
First batch of homes on Llanwern development ready by the end of 2010; Building work could start soon on former Corus site. 649
FRIDAY. 352
Geologist killed in Ethiopia gun attack is named. 109
Gethin out to put the record straight in war with Hayman. 1042
Happy 80th birthday to a great Welshman - but let's hope he'll have another reason to celebrate in the not-too-distant future; He's one of Wales' greatest ever sportsmen, and one of the most accomplished broadcasters in history. There's only one thing missing from Cliff Morgan's career as he reaches the milestone of his 80th birthday, argues Carolyn Hitt - a knighthood. 1128
Harris shines as the sun comes out for Glamorgan. 779
HOLLYOAKS. 162
Hollywood has signed up to tell Dream's story. 111
Home cooking; Macaroni cheese with cauliflower and broccoli. 210
Iconic artist star of sale. 517
Identity fraud charges denied. 147
In my real world ... LETTERS. 110
IN THE GALLERY. 132
is it worth it? 301
Jones is aiming for glory. 422
Jones primed for his big duel with star man Wilko. 892
Keep flying the flag for individuality. 574
keeping up appearances; As Denise Van Outen admits she hates the thought oftheir standards slipped since you tied the knot ?: NO says Joanne Aaron, senior corporate communications manager for trade credit insurer Atradius, 41: YES says Dianne Evans, head of the wills and probate department at Cardiff-based Wendy Hopkins Family Law Practice, 56. 1227
LATE DEALS. 292
Ledley calls on City to kick on and seal play-offs. 1177
Leinster edge it in big clash. 222
Liberty men so close to being a major force. 546
Library drama proves just the ticket; Review Shelf Life Swansea Old Library. 372
Live the high life with an apartment offering the best of both worlds. 222
MARCO'S KITCHEN BURNOUT ITV1 Wales, Friday, 9pm. 189
mindmatters ALEDBLAKE. 529
MONDAY. 308
Morning Serial [...]. 410
MY TELLY. 573
My week. 244
New England, whale watching and Fall colours; READERS HOLIDAYS. 221
New luxury showhome opens its doors; The Lodge in Radyr offers two-bedroom apartments in two villas set in mature grounds. 310
New nuclear plant heats up the energy debate in Wales; Assembly Government not in control of final decisions. 656
Newidiadau rhyfedd i enwau yn peri penbleth. 397
Now jobs in the private sector, not public, must drive economy. 802
OLRHAIN HANES BRO A THEULU, Golygwyd gan Rheinallt Llwyd, D ''. 321
On the road again; From Yosemite's stunning scenery to LA's bright lights, Craig Woodhouse takes us on an iconic Californian road trip. 1210
Opco is delighted by boost in build contracts. 278
Orange faces, bright frocks - but Coleen shocks Ladies' Day in little black dress; Sunny Aintree plays host to the glamorous. 548
Oscars of the property world set to honour top projects. 360
Ospreys must discover spell to exorcise demons in Euro cauldron; As Scott Johnson's men head into yet another Heineken Cup quarter-final, Delme Parfitt assesses the chances of them toppling Biarritz. 1481
Pack are key to victory - Bennett. 412
Parents jailed after girl, 8, died in squalid bedroom. 264
PETHE S4C, Dydd Mawrth, 9.30pm. 232
Pioneering xenon therapy for baby at Welsh hospital; Boy born not breathing and without a pulse. 531
Plaid an irrelevant, two-bit party, says Lib-Dem leader as he charms Wales; Clegg appeals for people to follow their hearts when they cast vote in election. 904
POBOL Y CWM. 174
pounds 1bn housing project set for old steelworks. 332
Protesters try to take back Thai TV station. 292
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 148
QUIZOPEDIA. 657
Rangel living the dream as Swans fired up to seal that play-off spot. 1049
Reader's Digest future secured; uk newsbulletin. 105
REVIEWS. 434
Robling faces tough baptism as Neath going for title glory; Welsh Premiership we're the official newspaper. 1491
Room for parties - but also a quiet haven to play music. 659
Saints have no fear on big trip. 232
Satisfaction guaranteed. 640
SATURDAY. 291
SGORIO: BANGOR V PRESTATYN. 208
SHORT STAY. 358
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Star line-up as jazz festival marks international input. 320
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 525
Strauss caught out byWorcestershire for a single. 320
Sudeley Castle, Steam and the Cotswolds; READERS HOLIDAYS. 183
Sun boosts holiday bookings forWales; And we're set to see more of it this weekend. 501
SUNDAY. 282
TAKE 3 What can you get for your money across Wales right now? We've found three properties from different price ranges which may suit your pocket. 325
Tax rows, soundbites and an ugly Twitter rant - but who was the winner in election's week one? With the first week of the election campaign over, Political Editor Tomos Livingstone offers his assessment of the story so far... 967
The Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan; READERS HOLIDAYS. 188
The great urban-rural divide in Wales is getting ever wider; They are two constituent parts of one small nation - but the divide between urban and rural Wales has grown wider than ever before. Aled Blake investigates a problem blighting communities across the country, and one that makes curing the nation's problems an increasingly difficult task. 1682
THE INSIDER. 511
The life and times of a Noble man; He's familiar to the nation thanks to his daily broadcasts on Radio Wales, but how much do we actually know about Roy Noble? Opening his upcoming autobiography to Matt Thomas, in the following exclusive extracts and interview he reveals the ambitions, regrets and fears that drive one of our' most ubiquitous voices. 3370
THE MAN WHO INJECTS VENOM Five, Wednesday, 8pm. 196
The Property Doctor. 670
The Tall Ships' Races; READERS HOLIDAYS. 231
The Western Mail's racing tipster Alan Keyte gives his verdict on Dream Alliance's chances. 148
THE WORLD'S STRANGEST PLASTIC SURGERY AND ME. 170
thefirstword. 507
They said what? 283
This week we'll be mostly... ...dusting off our golf clubs. 120
Thousands grieve for victims of uprising; world newsbulletin. 105
Three to see What's worth catching on the box or the cinema this weekend... 161
THURSDAY. 315
To the Manor born at 890-year-old building; Built by monks in the early 1100s, Llanthony Manor is one of Wales' oldest houses and is now on the market fully restored. 578
TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK. 340
Top talk. 462
Tories' benefit fraud crackdown 'a gimmick'. 430
Tories' Caerphilly candidate angers voters - in Brighton. 341
Trader to pay pounds 60k over fakes. 175
Trains did us proud; LETTERS. 140
travels with my credit card; Karen Dell'Armi is a contemporary jewellery designer based in Cardiff. She exhibits across the UK and is part of the Welsh Women Walking group who have just returned from conquering Mount Kilimanjaro. 321
Trident waste; LETTERS. 146
TUESDAY. 302
Two British soldiers killed on duty in Afghanistan return home to the UK. 385
Unhealthiest area? LETTERS. 103
Vegetable consumption plummets despite healthy-eating campaigns. 288
Vintage jade beads turn out to be a real find. 428
Wales could do with a Dream Aintree winner; COMMENT. 463
Ways with colour can transform your design philosophy. 449
We'll deliver a Euro glory day, insists defiant Ryan. 630
We're not millionaires, we're just working-class people. But it's still the best pounds 300 I ever spent; Dream come true for syndicate as stallion bids to win the National. 1473
WEDNESDAY. 298
With a little help from virtual friends; Award-winning Chocolat author Joanne Harris trawled the internet for her new thriller Blue Eyed Boy. 1148
WM weekend Edited by: Emily Woodrow e-mail: emily.woodrow@mediawales.co.uk; Style icons: The three best dressed women on our fashion radar this week. 120
Woman killed in M4 crash. 159
women'sown LYNNEBARRETT-LEE. 575
Y dadlau yn dechrau am rYl y gwragedd. 372
Zeitgeist. 203

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