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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 21, 2010)

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"Working from home, this is the room where I unwind". 625
'I thought it was a wind up' He's been on reality TV and represented the UK in the Eurovision. Now James Fox is preparing to make his debut in the musical Chess. He chats to Emily Woodrow about the tour - and admits the biggest downside will be missing the Bluebirds. 1053
... waving goodbye to our social lives until December [...]; this week we'll be mostly... 110
A family oasis at the 17th century hilltop farmhouse; Coed-Oer-Le near Llanfyllin overlooks the Powys countryside, and boasts its original exposed beams and open fireplaces. 423
Alex Jones presents her new 'bit on the side' Evans. 323
All figures for funding Wales figures must be revealed to the public. 457
Ancelotti blasts French for their Anelka ban. 507
animal instinct; 7 treats for 7 days. 104
Australia polls open with result in doubt right up to the end; BUT WELSH-BORN JULIA TIPPED TO SQUEEZE HOME WITH LABOUR. 735
AUTHOR'S NOTES; Jamie Owen has just published his latest book of travels. Around Wales by B-Roads and Byways charts a year of his journeys around the country that he so clearly loves. 735
Bank-with-no-name raises pounds 50m with listing on Aim. 415
Battling Boulden is runner-up. 281
Bewitched by wonderful rugs. 603
Bishop prays for young innocents, and their mother. 227
Blood, sweat & blisters; Striving to become the next Darcey Bussell or Wayne Sleep takes hours of dedication, determination - and heavy financial investment. Emily Woodrow speaks to five young Welsh dancers with a dream to succeed in the ballet world and discovers the major sacrifices that they and their families have made. 2348
Bluebirds are not one-man team - Jay. 527
Borrowers being stung by an average pounds 149 a month. 326
BRAINTEASERS. 406
BREW VIEW. 104
Britain doubles flood aid for Pakistan's 'slow-motion tsunami'. 208
Brooch the subject of semi-precious stones. 416
Bus passenger cut herself with knife. 155
California and the Golden West. 235
CALIFORNIA STREAMING. 161
Calls to clearing four times up on last year; BIG SCRAMBLE FOR THE LAST UNIVERSITY PLACES. 654
CANT Y CANT - I DDYSGWYR, Awdur: R Alun Charles,. 304
charm Gallic; Caravan holidays are not like they used to be, as Tryst Williams discovered when he headed across the continent for a family break in Normandy. 1397
Check for skin cancer; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 240
CITY MARKET REPORT. 415
Clegg admits party may slip in Bay poll. 437
CLICK ON. 171
Coastal path to Urdd past. 201
Confidence crumbling in the Welsh construction sector; SENTIMENT HIT BY CUTS TO PUBLIC PROJECTS. 728
contents. 227
Cook's century is welcome, but England fail to deliver with big score; PAKISTAN TAKE CONTROL WITH SIX-WICKET EVENING HAUL. 709
CORONATION STREET. 204
Costumes clear-out by WNO creates 'mad panic' of buyers; 'PHANTOM' DESIGNER'S WORK SNAPPED UP IN FIRST SALE HIT. 740
Craig can be king of the castle - Venables. 597
Dance meant war was over. 195
De Vries sure Canaries can fly high in the Championship. 1075
Decision to scrap resident wardens heads for court; CHARGE FOR FIVE VISITS EACH WEEK NEARLY TRIPLES TO pounds 832. 670
Di Matteo looks to new blood to boost Baggies. 200
DIGITAL. 767
Dilyn cynghorion niferus gan bobl ar y stryd. 379
DIY SOS: THE BIG BUILD - BRYNMAWR BBC One Wales, Thursday, 8pm. 136
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs. 1312
Don't put breaks on development, RICS warns National Assembly. 297
Dredge has to time his challenge after Czech late show. 696
East meets west. 913
EASTENDERS. 108
Eddie Stobart on road to better profits. 195
EMMERDALE. 175
EMYR PIERCE The Property Doctor. 703
Entertainment guide for the week ahead. 1201
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK. 269
FILMS top 10. 431
Folk singer songwriter Georgia Ruth Williams is out on her own at Green Man; Less than a year ago she was literally selling tickets for West End shows but now Georgia Ruth Williams is about to take centre stage herself. Matt Thomas chats to her ahead of her set at the Green Man Festival. 772
FOODFOCUS; WELLBEING. 238
Forecasters put 15 counties on alert for more heavy rain after flash floods. 568
FRIDAY 27. 537
FRIDAY. 267
Fulham's Hughes is battling to hold on to Schwarzer. 644
Garden to host a harp festival; ARTS newsbulletin. 113
GREAT BRITISH WASTE MENU BBC One Wales, Wednesday, 8.30pm. 207
GREEN SCENE; Top talk. 455
Growth four seek to be beacon of success; FINALISTS FOR WELSH COMPANY OF THE YEAR. Company overview 634
Harris Pye new sponsor for Ospreys. 181
Hart tips Balotelli to hit heights. 123
HEALTH SOS. 268
Healthy priorities; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 229
Holloway is gunning for more success in Premier. 220
HOLLYOAKS. 101
Home Secretary bans city marches. 329
Hoolahan aims to hit his big target with call-up to the international squad. 437
How I'll spend the next 48 hours; A CULTURAL WEEKEND. 261
Hughton has no worries over Newcastle facing up to Villa despite their last meeting in the top flight. 482
Imperial Cities of Morocco. 282
IN THE GALLERY. 185
Insider guide to loving your gut; Claire Rees spoke to Dr Nick Read, medical advisor to The Gut Trust, about keeping your insides healthy and happy. Recipe 1425
Iran test fires new advanced missile; WORLDBULLETINS. 101
Israel and the Palestinians agree to resume peace talks. 530
It's green for go when it comes to buying new; Developers are producing ecofriendly homes that can save you a fortune in bills, says Steve Lees, director at SmartNew Homes.com. 758
Job well done, Jill; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 149
Knight looking to upset the Hammers' fans. 207
Krakow. 210
Labouring under lies; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 141
Lake Como, St Moritz and The Bernina Express. 274
LATE DEALS. 280
Let there be light. 119
Letys yn cynnig llygedyn o obaith yn yr ardd. 377
Life after Simon Cowell; A year ago we didn't know their names but now Lucie Jones and Lloyd Daniels are both enjoying success in the spotlight thanks to The X Factor. As the reality TV juggernaut returns to our screens tonight, Karen Price asks them how it changed their lives. 1015
Like a scene from Jaws, all that was missing was the Da-da-da. 648
Lost in translation; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 334
M&B sells its bars for pounds 373m to concentrate on food-led pubs. 240
MARTIN CLUNES - HORSEPOWER ITV1 Wales, tomorrow, 9pm. 225
MEET THE NEW GIRLS. 752
mindmatters. 507
MONDAY 23. 539
MONDAY. 284
Morgan out for points in key clash. 356
MORNING SERIAL. 381
Mother still not reunited with daughter. 224
MY TELLY Rachel Mainwaring. 592
My week. 175
MYHEALTH. 326
NICOLA WILKES. 449
No room for emotion on Derbyshire's big return. 214
No talk with Gav, admits Johnson. 251
NOSON WOBRWYO CYNGHRAIR MAGNERS S4C, Dydd Llun, 9.30pm. 168
Numbers becoming same-sex partners falls 12%; FIGURES SLOW DOWN, FOUR YEARS AFTER LEGALISATION. 569
Old pal Savage has word of warning for Craig as he looks to propel City towards big time. 1179
Ombudsman call for dairy industry. 296
Parc yourself in a plush apartment; Taylor Wimpey drop price of Neath coach house by a bargain pounds 8,000. 353
POBOL Y CWM. 109
Political persuasion; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 147
Pulis is a believer in Spurs title challenge. 199
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 145
QUIZOPEDIA. 570
Rain-hit Glamorgan face up to title showdown. 293
RASUS TREGARON S4C, Dydd Gwener, 2pm Dydd Llun, 9pm - uchafbwyntiau o Benybont. 253
Read says farewell to Dylan Thomas; ARTS newsbulletin. 120
REALPOLITIK. 455
Redrow launches homes at Pentre Bach site. 346
Remembering Stuart; As a close friend of Stuart Cable, TV presenter Frances Donovan wanted to pay tribute to the late musician, whose sudden death two months ago shocked the nation, by making a documentary. She tells Rachel Mainwaring about the responsibility she feels to get it right. 804
RETRO REPORT; Fears for 60 in Thames horror. 275
REVIEWS. 467
RHYS JONES: GWe R Y GAN S4C, Yfory, 9pm. 243
Road is first in Britain to be closed because of budget cuts; ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS SAY MORE STREETS SHOULD FOLLOW. 688
Rose confident County can get their first win on board against Histon. 411
Runs back on menu for Cook, who's staying upbeat. 240
SATURDAY 21. 785
SATURDAY. 318
Saunders is ready to ring the changes in bid to lift Dragons. 313
Senator calls on UK to probe bomber's release. 570
Serving the public; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 104
SGORIO: SEINTIAU NEWYDD V CSKA SOFIA S4C, Dydd Iau, 7.25pm. 129
Somerset victory puts them second in the championship table. 342
spotlight on... 275
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Spring into action; HOME TRUTHS. 630
Squeeze must not stop roll-out of Bwcabus, says Rural Wales lobby; DEMAND UP 45% IN 12 MONTHS NOTES TRANSPORT CONSULTANT. 653
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 349
SUNDAY 22. 873
SUNDAY. 318
Take advantage of the Bellamy specials now; WINNINGLINE The best bets for the sporting weekend. 304
Taxi driver fined after being caught smoking behind the wheel. 142
The Alarm frontman to lead group of musicians and cancer survivors on trek up Mount Fuji in his latest fundraising venture. 639
The face of women's rugby could be changed forever by World Cup. 1000
the first word KAREN PRICE. 525
THE INSIDER. 507
The sweetest sweet peas. 120
Three generations of family have never missed school; YOU JUST GET UP AND GO, DON'T YOU? SAYS CARWYN. 588
THURSDAY 26. 567
THURSDAY. 358
Ton-up Smit is out for victory. 369
Toughest time for first-time buyers. 388
TUESDAY 24. 562
TUESDAY. 345
Turning to a life of crime pays dividends for novelist; Author Belinda Bauer is a crime writing phenomenon. Matt Thomas meets her and discovers that her literary career almost never happened. 875
Under pounds 120,000 WHERE? Castell y [...]. 284
Underfunding row divides coalition as Plaid argues Wales shortchanged again; TOP CIVIL SERVANT'S LETTER SHOWS HOW GAP HAS OPENED. 899
Unfair allowances for foster carers; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 175
Wales are unable to take the advantage. 317
Wales loses millions in transfer of powers. 110
We have experience to succeed, says Mick. 207
WEDNESDAY 25. 629
WEDNESDAY. 373
Welsh coach must replace Gatland whenever he steps down, insists Johnson, as he rules himself out. 448
Welsh coach must replace Gatland whenever. 192
What does future hold for star trio Hook, Jones and Henson? OSPREYS COACH JOHNSON ON THE BURNING ISSUES AT THE LIBERTY. 633
What does future hold for star trio Hook, Jones and Henson? OSPREYS COACH JOHNSON ON THE BURNING ISSUES AT THE LIBERTY. 964
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? BBC One Wales, Monday, 9pm. 233
Why didn't anyone in WAG shout for Powys? 751
women'sown. 549
Y Cwm Tecaf; Bethan Mair sydd wedi ymgolli mewn cyfrol newydd am Gwm Pennant, un o ardaloedd harddaf Cymru. 790
Zeitgeist; WEEKEND WM. 236

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