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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 12, 2011)

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'I'm no longer the most important person in my life, but a love for rugby is still what defines me' On the eve of his 50th cap for Wales and his 30th birthday, Ryan Jones talks to Delme Parfitt about his eventful journey to a major career milestone. 1348
'Reactor radiation level 1,000 times over normal'. 294
'The force just continued to grow - it felt like the world was going to end' EXPAT WELSH TELL OF TERROR AS APOCALYPTIC QUAKE HIT. 625
'The force just continued to grow - it felt like the world was going to end' EXPAT WELSH TELL OF TERROR AS APOCALYPTIC QUAKE HIT. 938
'Winning awards is not the reason why you go into acting but it is lovely to be nominated...' David Thaxton is the latest West End star to be flying the flag for Wales at the Olivier Awards. As he prepares for tomorrow's ceremony, he tells Karen Price about his surreal chat with Stephen Sondheim and the new role he's landed. 759
100 O GANEUON POP, Golygwyd gan Meinir Edwards, Y Lolfa, pounds 14.95 ''. 245
A life in print; Patterns are back in fashion, but there's a right and a wrong way to use them. WM interiors editor Rin Simpson shares her top tips for getting the 2011 look. 629
A protest vote; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 176
A question of design www.walesathome.co.uk. 600
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 272
All Rhodes lead to the tomato. 712
ALMOND PUDDING WITH LIME SYRUP AND ENGLISH WHITE TOMATO SORBET. Recipe 280
Army women ensure help for each other in 'long absences' THE 'DAFFODIL GIRLS' WHO COPE WHEN THEIR MEN ARE ON TOUR. 764
ASK THE EXPERT. 135
AUTHOR'S NOTES; Carolyn Jess-Cooke describes writing her first poetry collection, published 12 years after she started writing it. 1157
Banner accolade for United's star man Giggs at last. 519
Bland candidates; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 341
BRAINTEASERS. 379
Cameron call as UK freezes pounds 12bn Libyan assets. 230
Capello hit by injuries as Gerrard latest out of big clash. 665
CITY MARKET REPORT. 415
City still learning lessons - De Jong. 162
Coasts evacuated as waves roll across the Pacific. 273
Codi'r to a chodi'r safonau; CYMRAEG Mae'r gystadleuaeth C'r Cymru yn dechrau ar S4C yfory. Sioned Williams fu'n sgwrsio -- Hefin Owen, uwch gynhyrchydd y gyfres. 845
Cole is lifted by the big challenge. 165
contents. 204
CORONATION STREET. 159
coverlines. 513
Croeso cynnes er gwaetha'r anawsterau. 335
cute canines; Crufts-inspired doggie treats for everyone. 127
Davies making some headway as he returns to top form. 247
Death toll rises after Japan is hit by massive earthquake and tsunamis; QUAKE ONE OF LARGEST EVER - WAVES ROSE AS HIGH AS 20FT. 1368
Delight as sale of oil refinery is backed by jobs pledge; CHEVRON SOLD TO VALERO - AND THE WORKFORCE STAYS. 884
Did you hear the one about the newsreader who tried to be funny? Jamie Owen is best know for presenting BBC news programme Wales Today and his morning radio show. Now he's 'doing something funny for money' as he tries his hand at stand-up comedy for Comic Relief. This is his diary of how he got on. 941
Difyrrwch yng nghanol y darlledu di-fflach. 357
DIGITAL; We've scoured the digital and satellite channels to pick five unmissable shows. 813
DIY NEWS. 192
Don't head back to the biccie tin; March is traditionally the time that many people give up on New Year promises to get fit. Abbie Wightwick discovers how to keep going. 904
DON'T MIND YOUR Qs Ps & TAKE ONE; TV presenter Dawn Porter discusses her upcoming show Extreme Wife and how it changed her attitudes towards relationships. 746
EASTENDERS. 164
Eco-homes do not have to be a kind of alien from outer space, says Prince Charles; The Prince of Wales explains why he has rejected 'eco-bling' and created his latest project, the Natural House. 738
Edwards keen to stay in the search for Dragons' glory. 743
EMMERDALE. 181
Exclusive development launches show home; Buyers urged to act promptly as high demand sees well equipped new executive properties snapped up in popular Cardiff suburb close to capital's central amenities. 347
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK. 249
Factory gate inflation increase piles the pressure on interest rate committee. 303
Family of axe murder victim call for judicial review as case folds; THREE MEN CLEARED OF 1987 KILLING AT OLD BAILEY. 887
Faulty fridge an unexpected plus in creation of ideal family kitchen. 485
Fears for universities; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 274
FFERMIO S4C, Dydd Llun, 8.25pm. 333
FILMGUIDE. 4421
FILMS top 10. 420
FOODFOCUS. Recipe 243
Free medicine, not a free-for-all. 526
FRIDAY. 301
Gatland's pride at his Wales record. 298
Give your home a spring shake-up. 579
Go for a sliding solution; If you don't have room for a conventional door, save space by installing a sliding one. Julia Gray reports. 244
Halfpenny return can fill pockets of punters. 367
HEALTH SOS. 237
HOLLYOAKS. 153
HOME & AWAY. 142
HOW THE TRAGEDY UNFOLDED. 505
HOW THE TRAGEDY UNFOLDED. 229
I've learned my lesson - Murray; SPORT newsbulletin. 164
Independence a folly; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 184
Indian High Commissioner urges Welsh companies to look East to develop exports. 329
INTHEGALLERY. 164
Ireland showdown a defining game for Gatland and Wales in World Cup year. 1456
It's not that easy being Green; He went from squat-dwelling punk to one of the biggest names in pop, only to "go crazy" and disappear from the spotlight altogether. Now Scritti Politti's reclusive frontman Green Gartside tells Nathan Bevan about how turning to Wales during those darkest days saved his life. 1949
Italians have lowdown on France. 151
Jackson fails to punish Wales. 330
Jehu win contract to build pounds 7m hotel and retail site. 344
Johnson telling his players to be 'smart'. 266
Jones pumps up his men for final challenges. 429
JUST READ. 411
Kaplan blows the whistle on Haka quandary at Millennium; While potential match-winners are dotted throughout both sides, referee Jonathan Kaplan could be the most important man at the Millennium Stadium today. SIMON ROBERTS discovers what makes him tick. 1395
Keep ahead of game with IT crowd; OUTSOURCING HELPS SMALLER FIRMS STRIKE RIGHT BALANCE. 587
Labour attacked for 'failure' over Wales funding; PLAID: 'BARNETT FORMULA INACTION COST pounds 300M A YEAR'. 676
LATE DEALS. 357
Leekes' top tips for the perfect kitchen; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 695
Libya response mess; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 138
Life's a beach; Nestled among honeymooning couples, excited families and newlyweds, Albertina Lloyd laps up the sun on the popular Caribbean island of Antigua. 1025
Life's naked truths hit comic nerve. 348
LILY ALLEN: FROM RICHES TO RAGS Channel 4, Tuesday, 10pm. 202
Llanelli Toy and Train Sale. 145
Lydiate is looking to cut out penalties against the Irish. 284
mindmatters. 554
Mixed business reaction to WAG's economic policy. 689
Moat's henchmen face long prison sentences. 543
Mole mayhem; HOME TRUTHS. 609
MONDAY. 324
MORNINGSERIAL. 396
Mortgage loans fall. 145
Murphy dreams of Wembley final. 217
MY TELLY. 595
MYHEALTH. 309
NEIGHBOURS. 113
O'Driscoll is aiming for a great return. 482
O'Driscoll keeps his nerve. 196
Orphanage man jailed for child sex betrayals; 'YOU WILL NOT GO OFF OUR RADAR' PAEDOPHILES WARNED. 597
Outdoor living for urbanites; You too can live the good life in the city. 700
Outrage over council's pounds 2m surplus after staff told to make sacrifices; PLAID CALL FOR WALES AUDIT OFFICE TO 'LOOK INTO' BUDGET. 464
PAN-FRIED SALMON WITH TOMATOES, SHRIMPS AND FRESH HERBS. 256
Pipe is dreaming of Imperial rule with Arrayan. 295
Pipe up with great clay finds. 426
Pirate warns against family rescue; WORLDBULLETINS. 107
PLANNING OUTLAWS Channel 4, Friday, 7.30pm. 105
Planting a stamp of approval; As the RHS launches a new logo for its Award of Garden Merit, Hannah Stephenson finds out how plants receive this horticultural accolade. 540
POBOL Y CWM. 124
Police defend not entering lake after man; UKBULLETINS. 103
Police support officers hit the streets; RETRO REPORT MARCH 2003 - How we covered... 310
Police wage cuts will put us all in danger; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 148
Powell is sure of Bangor fightback. 348
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 124
READERS' HOLIDAYS. 860
Ring of Fire at risk of bigger quake after tectonic 'unzipping' EXPERTS' WARNING AFTER GAPING HOLE LEFT IN CRUST. 1387
Rodgers calls for the brave approach as Swans face crunch time. 918
Row as Plaid seeks to devolve teachers' pay. 192
SATURDAY. 324
Saunders in plea to fans for big push. 310
Savers ignoring ISAs 'lose out on pounds 5m'. 209
SECONDGLANCE. 471
Shane aiming to gun down old pal Tommy after 2009 woe. 994
Solid structures to last a lifetime. 493
Spaniard Torres happy with his Chelsea choice. 294
spotlight on... 290
spotlight on... 271
spotlight on... 308
spotlight on... 290
spotlight on... 277
spotlight on... 283
spotlight on... 192
Spring clean your home security; YOU CAN DO IT. 532
Statistics tell an unhappy story for the home side in Celtic clash. 892
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 520
Strategy needed now to close the rich/poor divide in Wales; DYLANJONESEVANS THE PROFESSOR WHO SHOOTS FROM THE HIP. 755
Strauss calls on England to look forward after cup shock. 781
SUNDAY. 339
TAKE TWO; Bestselling author Joanna Trollope, whose two marriages both ended in divorce, reveals why she will remain single. 576
TARO 9 S4C, Dydd Llun, 9.30pm. 107
Thank you to leading couple 'passionate about arts'. 259
THE INSIDER. 492
The Property Doctor. 657
The time for talking is over for City. Now we must deliver, insists ace Chopra. 1060
THEY SAID WHAT? 178
Thornton called up for Somersby Festival bid. 463
THURSDAY. 330
Time for Wales to get those home fires burning and start to bury the Irish bogey. 1507
To be told we'd made it was amazing but it did make me think we were 20 years late to the party; They won over a whole new army of fans after winning the Mercury Prize in 2008. But as Elbow prepare to perform in Wales, frontman Guy Garvey reveals that the latest album caused some anxiety. 742
Top talk; GREEN SCENE. 846
Tranquillity reigns in waterside paradise; WE LIKE.... 428
Transport of ore deal is signed. 214
TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING. 460
TUESDAY. 349
UK flights to Tokyo cancelled in 'quake chaos. 271
Under pounds 200,000. 114
Under pounds 500,000. 105
Under pounds 650,000. 133
UNIVERSITIES HAVE TO PERFORM A FINE BALANCING ACT WITH MIXED MESSAGES OVER FOREIGN STUDENTS. 534
Village people; People power has helped transform a disused quarry into a cultural centre protecting the Welsh language. Nathan Bevan finds out more. 914
Vital win for battling Drovers. 196
WAKING THE DEAD BBC One Wales, tomorrow, 9pm. 186
Wales star unveils rugby pictures that get to the root of the subject. 300
We need to get the three points to avoid a relegation fight, says Derby's Fielding. 426
WEDNESDAY. 314
WEEKEND Edited by: Emily Woodrow WM emily.woodrow@mediawales.co.uk. 171
Welsh hero's final scene? 499
Western Mail; Japan is not poor but it will need all the help the world can give. 471
What 'Yes' means; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 239
What goes on behind the sofa; It started out as a small daily TV show presented live from Liverpool's Albert Dock. Over the years it's grown into one of ITV's most successful brands. Karen Price is granted exclusive access to the This Morning studios - and meets its newWelsh presenter. 1686
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 150
WHERE? CaerWenallt, Pantmawr, Cardiff WHAT'S [...]. 449
Why Holly's backing a call for a new system to speed up cancer diagnoses for teenagers; TRUST WANTS AN AUTOMATIC TRIGGER POINT FOR REFERRAL. 639
Wife onto a winner if County seal victory. 322
women'sown. 569
Y CLWB RYGBI RHYNGWLADOL: FFRAINC DAN 20 V CYMRU DAN 20 S4C, Dydd Gwener, 7.25pm. 251
y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg RHAGOLWG; COR CYMRU S4C, Corau Ieuenctid, heddiw, 7.30pm, S4C, Corau Plant, yfory, 7.45pm. 181
You may never be free, judge tells 'smirking' sex cult leader; BLACK MAGIC FOUR WHO PREYED ON CHILDREN JAILED FOR 36 YEARS. 1089
Young stars are backing bid to honour Burton. 503
Your stars. 632

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