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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 15, 2011)

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"It was like meeting your hero; He's a world-famous composer and they're a young choir from Wales. But Eric Whitacre and Cordydd have built a close relationship. Choir founder Sioned James looks ahead with Karen Price to their latest collaboration. 880
"My career was a boggy marsh and I'd arrived without wellies" He's the multi-talented entertainer who came to fame and fortune relatively late. But who and what has made Rob Brydon into the man he is today?We look at the pivotal moments which have shaped him. 441
A 'hospital for heroes'. 118
A bank for Wales; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 255
A castle to make your home in. 333
A question of design www.walesathome.co.uk. 572
A right to work; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 399
A taste of Cowbridge; Award-winning Cowbridge Food and Drink Festival is back. To tempt your taste buds, some exhibitors give us a taste of what's to come. 791
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 261
Alarm bells should be ringing at this failure; DYLANJONESEVANS THE PROFESSOR WHO SHOOTS FROM THE HIP. 887
Allez Les Rouges as Wales look to make it a red-letter day; SIMON THOMAS may not be in New Zealand but, as he previews today's big match, he is perfectly positioned to gauge how the nation has been gripped by World Cup fever. 1698
As seen on City's screens retailer's finding UK hard. 243
Aston Villa boss McLeish is wary of 'quality' Silva; 3pm ETIHAD STADIUM MAN CITY v ASTON VILLA. 230
August not such a wicked month as July for hotels; IN JULY WALES WAS ONLY UK COUNTRY TO SEE YIELDS FALL. 653
Bale wishing his old school pal Sam well. 465
Bangor boss content with start to the season ahead of Llanelli clash. 269
Barrie-John honours his pledge to rugby-mad dad. 575
Bespoke items add individuality and charm to functional interiors. 542
Bethan's homely kitchen gives her good mornings at the darkest hour. 744
BOOKS. 477
BRAINTEASERS. 400
BRAVE NEW WORLD WITH STEPHEN HAWKING Channel 4, Monday, 8pm. 194
British tourist, 74, killed by runaway bus; UKBULLETINS. 102
Bruce defends Wenger; 1.30pm EMIRATES (tomorrow) ARSENAL v SUNDERLAND. 122
Bus chief calls for sacking over legal dispute. 346
By making the world want to beWelsh players have flown flag from 1 to 15; EVEN THE BARD OF GLYNNEATH CAN BARELY BELIEVE HIS EYES. 1341
BYW YN OL Y PAPUR NEWYDD S4C, Dydd Gwener, 8.25pm. 108
Call to cut cost and confusion of using your plastic abroad; PERSONAL FINANCE Jeremy Gates looks at the nation's money issues and reports on how to find the debit or credit card that gives you the smoothest run abroad since the pound plunged on the currency markets after the global banking crisis in 2008. 1257
Carrier bag charge could set the example across the UK; WELSH MODEL BEING LOOKED AT WITH INTEREST ELSEWHERE. 692
Christmas markets, all wrapped up; Peter Law looks at how you can explore Europe's best Christmas markets by rail. 1660
Citizens told Bankok will escape deluge; WORLDBULLETINS. 103
CITYMARKETREPORT. 468
Cleverly out to let his boxing do the talking. 631
Close encounters of the Brydon kind; He's more than a Small Man In A Book. For Dave Owens, he is a comedy giant. As everyone's favourite Uncle Bryn prepares to publish his autobiography, he pays homage to funnyman Rob Brydon who has claimed his place in the pantheon of Welsh entertainment greats. 1081
COME ON WALES. 964
contents. 185
Cook admits England were second best as tourists get reality check. 321
CORONATION STREET. 163
Councillors fail the public finance test; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 362
CWPAN RYGBI'R BYD 2011 S4C, 8am, 5pm, 11.25pm SGORIO S4C, 2.30pm CWPAN LV= S4C, 7.30pm. 111
CYMRAEG Dyma foment i'w thrysori. 601
Deal to buy BMI would give BA Heathrow dominance. 308
DECONSTRUCT HERLOOK FORLESS; Get the look of your favourite celebrities or designers for a fraction of the price. All hail the high street! 154
Defence cuts; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 216
DID YOU KNOW? 321
DIGITAL; We've scoured the digital and satellite channels to pick five unmissable shows. 710
Direct action group copies Wall Street finance protest. 374
DON'T MIND YOUR Qs Ps & TAKE ONE; Hannah Thomas began co-presenting The Ferret a year ago, and returns with a new series next week. 771
Dr Russell Rees, creator of Caerleon's famed Ffwrwm, dies at 85. 240
EASTENDERS. 170
Eden Park has a new look for the World Cup. 528
EMMERDALE. 170
EMYR PIERCE The Property Doctor [...]. 676
Entertainment guide for the week ahead. 1352
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK; with Sport Wales. 280
Ferguson braced for United's 'game of the season' at Liverpool; 12.45pm ANFIELD LIVERPOOL v MAN UTD. 368
FILMS top 10. 433
FIRSTWORD Abbie. 449
Follow the story of Swans' rise to the top flight. 375
FOOD&DRINK. 559
Fox has dragged British politics down to new low; RHODRI MORGAN Mr Wales writes exclusively for the Western Mail. 389
Fox takes his leave after he admits to Werrity 'mistakes'. 1772
FRIDAY. 321
Gardener who grew cannabis 'needed drug for his osteoarthritis'. 302
Gatland slipping NZ net was big mistake - Hart. 523
Get smarter house hunting. 358
Getting red-dy for the match. 244
Give your barrow a boost. 135
Giving young people a voice about theatre has opened their eyes to it; A year ago, a new project was launched to give young people a say on what was happening on a stage near them. Karen Price finds out if the Young Critics Scheme is proving a success. 1097
Good enough to eat; As if you needed reminding it's National Chocolate Week... 111
Graham hopes Swansea are about to see a trademark hot streak of goals. 1240
Grins can only get better as club football makes return; WINNINGLINE The best bets and the best odds for the sporting weekend. 326
Guidance on schools 'must be amended'. 387
GWe YL FWYD LLANGOLLEN: DIGWYDDIADAU '11. 204
HACIO S4C, Dydd Llun, 9.30pm. 209
He's MrWales now. That's what makes it so strange because to us he's just Sam and he always will be. 982
HEALTH SOS; Look after yourself and others, with St John Wales. 332
Henry's ready for his big day of destiny as Wales keep a watching brief; WORLD CUP 2011. 1060
Homes for you; House hunters these days are more tech-savvy than ever before. Kirstie McCrum profiles smartphone apps to take the headache out of homebuying. All apps are available for free from the iPhone app store. 430
Homes in and around Caerphilly TAKE4 ...TO BUY ...OR TO RENT. 457
Householders pay the price of living the green life. 133
How to survive the common cold; Look around you at this time of the year and it's hard to find someone who isn't sneezing into a tissue, coughing sorrowfully or blowing his or her nose. But is there anything we can do to avoid the dreaded lurgy? WM asks Professor Ron Eccles, director of the Common Cold Centre, for help. 1113
Hudson not about to put welcome mat out for returning Chopra on the pitch. 1165
INTHEGALLERY. 119
Invitation in English provokes boycott of ceremony. 347
it HOLLYOAKS. 155
Jokarzadeh lifts South African gold; SPORT newsbulletin. 104
Jol making his point; 3pm BRITANNIA STOKE v FULHAM. 131
JUSTREAD Paul Rees. 361
Khrushchev resigns 'because of old age' RETRO REPORT OCTOBER 15, 1964 - How we covered... 248
Last chance to secure your family's dream home. 364
LED light venture raises pounds 1.3m for growth. 292
Lib Dem leader Kirsty to turn heat up on Labour. 757
Lievremont has French on red alert over Hook. 391
Living the future - now! The rapid growth of technology coupled with a hunger for new gadgets is starting to revolutionise the way we run our homes. Gabrielle Fagan takes a peek inside a brave new domestic world. 782
LORNA PRICHARD, 27, IS A REPORTER FOR ITV1 WALES AND LIVES IN ABERGELE; MYHEALTH. 315
LULU - SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT BBC Two, tonight, 10.30pm. 229
Man jailed over pounds 36k metal haul. 115
Martinez looks to future; 3pm DW STADIUM WIGAN v BOLTON. 103
Mick's derby dilemma; noon HAWTHORNS (tomorrow) WBA v WOLVES. 127
MINDMATTERS. 527
Miner injured as a pit wall collapses on him; UNITY MINE JUST A FEW MILES FROM GLEISION COLLIERY. 684
MONDAY. 355
MORNINGSERIAL. 391
Morrell resists change. 221
Moyes still ruing the red for Rodwell ahead of tough trip to Chelsea; 5.30pm STAMFORD BRIDGE CHELSEA v EVERTON. 269
Murray through to the semi-finals; SPORT newsbulletin. 113
My week. 210
MYTELLY. 598
NEB OND NI ''. 334
No limits for Wales - Robin. 278
Organisers delighted over Paralympic ticket sales. 329
Out of Africa; A community project is bringing performers from Wales and South Africa together. Abbie Wightwick spoke to photographer Glenn Edwards who is compiling a photo diary of their story. 873
PAUL MERTON'S ADVENTURES. 186
PETE VERSUS LIFE Channel 4, Friday, 10pm. 179
Plaid says Labour failed Wales over bus powers. 273
POBOL Y CWM. 253
Poetry in motion; It started from the front room of a suburban Bridgend house and is now the powerhouse of Welsh publishing. Abbie Wightwick on 30 years of Seren. 969
Pool tribute to 'inspirational' Lavern Ritch. 307
POUNDNOTES. 620
pounds 3m VisitEngland pot for 'Olympic tourism' in the UK leaves Wales out in the cold; CULTURE SECRETARY GIVES pounds 3M TO VISITENGLAND. 746
Powering the flame - Wales to mark Olympics with mass of cultural events. 391
Prop Adam is left imagining 'crazy' support. 659
Pylons down to a T - but are still unpopular; DANISH DESIGN CHOSEN IN GLOBAL COMPETITION TO FIND NEW LOOK. 614
QPR planning backlash; 3pm LOFTUS ROAD QPR v BLACKBURN. 126
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 124
Register to vote; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 114
Returns please Pardew; 4pm ST JAMES' (tomorrow) NEWCASTLE v SPURS. 113
Rising costs of car insurance hitting drivers' wallets. 177
RYGBI: CWPAN LV= CAERWYSG V GWEILCH S4C, heddiw, 7.30pm. 151
Savers are putting more by in times of gloom. 240
Screen spotlight brings huge lift for West Wales economy; SURGE OF INTEREST IN TENBY AFTER APPEARANCES. 589
SECONDGLANCE. 459
Setting down roots. 729
Seven years for chef who set up robbery on his KFC as manager was cashing up; PREGNANT MANAGER WAS PEPPER SPRAYED. 513
Soaring prices show it's time energy firms knew 'we're all in this together' Western Mail. 467
Sofas made to last; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 504
Soprano Elin Manahan Thomas stars in biggest ever Brecon Baroque Festival. 287
Specialist law firm ready for changing times. 282
spotlight on... DR ALICE ROBERTS. 241
spotlight on... EDDIE IZZARD. 267
spotlight on... HANK AZARIA. 290
spotlight on... NATHANIEL PARKER. 262
spotlight on... RAY MEARS. 300
spotlight on... ZOE BALL. 249
spotlight on...ALISON STEADMAN. 272
Strikers back in harness. 234
Students behind 1,000-voice scratch Messiah. 264
SUNDAY. 363
TAKE TWO; It's been called the X Factor for farmers. So what does Fferm Ffactor judge Aled Rees think about being compared to a certain Mr Cowell? 603
TAKE3 What can you get for your money across Wales right now? We've found three properties from different price ranges which may suit your budget. 352
Tears of a killer as jury see images of Jo's body; PICTURES OF INJURIES SHOWN ON A BIG SCREEN IN COURT. 633
THE BIG MATCH LINE-UPS. 213
The dangers of impressive printing; DON RODGERS Bargain Hunter. 424
The Don inspires ingenious work from musicians and dancers; Penned in the 17th century, Don Quixote is considered the most influential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age. As it inspires forthcoming performances by both the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and National Dance Company Wales, the musicians and dancers talk about its legacy. 876
THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW ITV1 Wales, 9.55pm. 109
THURSDAY. 336
Top talk. 394
TUESDAY THIS WORLD: SPAIN'S STOLEN BABIES BBC Two, 9pm DCI BANKS ITV1 Wales, 10.35pm PETHE. 327
UES consultancy rebrands to focus on its energy activities; 'WE ARE A WELSH BUSINESS WORKING ACROSS THE UK'. 578
University unveils a new cross-border collaboration; CLAIMS 'STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIP' WILL HELP PEOPLE TO FIND WORK. 660
Unsung hero Bennett show nice guys can be World Cup winners. 681
Vanished farmsteads; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 195
Warburton is a Lion king in the making - Wales legend; WALES v FRANCE: THE BIG SEMI SHOWDOWN. 1344
Warren's men to become our best in history - Scott. 591
Watchdog turns up heat on energy firms after profits soar to pounds 125 for every UK customer; COMPANIES PREVIOUSLY MADE pounds 15 PER PERSON, SAYS OFGEM. 1474
We'll do Wales proud, vow Gatland's aces. 397
We've never had it so good as rugby now aims to paint the towns red! WALES v FRANCE: THE BIG SEMI SHOWDOWN Head of Sport PAUL ABBANDONATO argues this is the most golden period Welsh sport has known and that we should savour the very special moments. 935
WEDNESDAY. 331
Welfare plans will 'cast adrift 100,000'. 244
Welsh Premiership. 944
Welsh regions give youngsters big chance to shine in Anglo-Welsh tournament. 592
Wild about food As well as praise from. 106
WM FOODFOWELLBEING; Edited by: Rachel Mainwaring rachel.mainwaring@mediawales.co.uk FOODFOWELLBEING. Recipe 160
WOMEN'SOWN Lynne. 539
WORLD WAR II: THE LAST HEROES Channel 4, 8.45pm. 110
Yes, Prime Minister, there does seem to be a touch of Monty Python going on; Liam Fox's resignation as Defence Secretary has rocked the ruling coalition after a week of growing difficulties for David Cameron. Political Editor David Williamson asks if there is deep trouble at the top of David Cameron's administration. 991
Your stars. 577
ZANZIBAR S4C, Dydd Iau, 10pm [...]. 168
Zeta-Jones belts out tunes for Michael. 268

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