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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 21, 2012)

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'After my first session I felt completely different, mentally and physically'. 885
'Herd' immunity; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 120
'It's loud, shouts at you, it's a frantic ride, it's noisy and full of emotions' SHECHTER'S PRODUCTION IS MUCH MORE THAN DANCE. 820
'There's not a chance of me copying Shane, after Sunday it'll be feet up'. 1208
'Wales can help Arab nations to embrace freedoms' LESSONS TO BE LEARNED, SAYS EXPERT ON BRITISH COUNCIL. 725
50,000 march in protest but Grand Prix races on; BAHRAIN CLAIMS CANCELLING RACE EMPOWERS EXTREMISTS. 661
A bright and breezy home with a view; A five-bedroom residence that's been PROPERTY GEM tailor-made for a family to live in. 528
A Day in the country; From The Fast Show to life in the slow lane, comedian Simon Day tells Nathan Bevan about attending a nocturnal pagan ceremony in Carmarthen, why Welsh sheepdogs don't understand Cockney and his love for Dylan Thomas' shed. 960
A question of design. 528
Aberavon in top form; 2.30pm TALBOT ATH GRND ABERAVON v CROSS KEYS. 113
Accused 'left phone messages confessing to killing'. 254
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 259
Aled Jones: Fy Nhaith Glasurol S4C, Yfory, 8.30pm. 266
And let there be light. 414
Art Fund to benefit from museum talks; ARTS newsbulletin. 101
At his convenience; From Old Testament outhouses to the space-age loos of today's Japan, the toilet has been an important facet at the forefront of man's development. Here S4C presenter Ifor ap Glyn explains to Nathan Bevan how his 40-year obsession with the littlest room spawned its very own TV series. 867
AUTHOR'SNOTES; Paul Manship proves that teaching and writing can work together in an enriching and symbiotic relationship. 883
Avoid claims managers, victims advised; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 542
Bah-bah! Recipe 1168
Beating the blues; We live in a busy world where, for many of us, stress-related depression is unavoidable. And, with Depression Awareness Week starting tomorrow, WM looks at how we can spot the dangers signs early and the best ways to deal with them. 639
Beware of the hidden costs of conveyancing; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 354
Blooming marvellous. 117
Builder Philippa's busy making a splash with business and TV success. 642
Cable thief jailed to help deter others. 235
Call for small businesses to get waste charge exemption; WALES URGED TO FOLLOW ENGLAND'S LEAD IN EFFORT TO BOOST TOURISM. 704
Can Big Switch campaign help consumers find cheaper energy deals? Jeremy Gates looks at the nation's money issues, including whether the Big Switch energy initiative can really work for individual consumers. 987
Cheap chic; Having a stylish home doesn't have to cost a fortune. It's all about scouring flea markets and being creative. 813
CITY MARKET REPORT. 419
Climate fears wrong; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 195
Commissioner hails benefits of Swansea's football rise; WHOLE REGION IS BENEFITING: HAHN. 687
Companies' excellence recognised with royal accolades; FIVE WELSH BUSINESSES GIVEN QUEEN'S ENTERPRISE AWARDS. 1188
Composer chosen to write Olympics piece to mark Jubilee year. 326
contents. 187
CORONATION STREET. 178
Creating a garden paradise. 295
Cuthbert poised to sign up for Toulon. 261
DECONSTRUCT HERLOOK FORLESS. 157
DIGITAL; We've scoured the digital and satellite channels to pick five unmissable shows. 726
Don't let it rain on your parade; Embrace the wet weather. After all, there's nothing you can do about April showers. 150
DON'T MIND YOUR Qs Ps & Sian Williams; The much-loved ex-face of BBC Breakfast is back on our screens fronting Elizabeth's Wales. She managed a few lie ins before watching an extraordinary archive of street parties held in Wales to celebrate the Coronation. 1448
Douglas to play lothario who marries a woman half his age; OSCAR WINNER RETURNING TO FILMMAKING AFTER CANCER. 591
EASTENDERS. 172
ELIZABETH'S WALES BBC One Wales, 7.30pm. 106
EMMERDALE. 151
Enchanted evening, with a subtext. 374
EWAN McGREGOR: COLD CHAIN MISSION BBC Two, tomorrow, 9pm. 219
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK; with Sport Wales. 255
Families reunited after return from Afghanistan. 326
Film star joins fight for Lido 'people of Port Talbot deserve' CAMPAIGN SAYS FACILITY MUST BE 'A SUITABLE REPLACEMENT'. 580
FILMS top 10. 405
FIRSTWORD. 431
Freshen up your floors and walls; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 445
Funnyman's tattoo show wins award; WALES newsbulletin. 103
G'day Dicksonia. 640
Germinating a love of gardening. 178
Gethin refuses to give up on Blues future. 501
Giggs is proof - Ferguson. 179
Giggs, Rooney and Cherie Blair in 46 suing for hacking. 528
Go on gardening leave; With this weekend's RHS Show in Cardiff, grand gardens are really in the frame. Kirstie McCrum tracked down some handsome homes with something special outside. 315
Government will 'vigorously' fight bail application for Abu Qatada. 527
Graham vows to rediscover goal touch. 469
GUILTY; Wales football star Ched Evans is jailed for rape Footballer jailed for five years for raping drunken teenager, as his co-defendant McDonald goes free. 1437
HOLLYOAKS. 158
Hopes revived for a Wales-Ireland tunnel link; RETRO REPORT APRIL 21, 2000 - How we covered... 278
Horgan wants big finish; 2.30pm ARMS PARK CARDIFF v NEATH. 206
I'll never be as good as Dahl; What's the connection between Little Britain and Charlie And The Chocolate Factory? Roald Dahl fanatic David Walliams explains how he's always aspired to match the Cardiff-born author's dark, absurdist heights. 874
Image: Culinary goddess Best known [...]. 273
Image: Home-grown heart-throb. Best known [...]. 285
Image: Jowly actor with a [...]. 260
Image: Saucy minx Best known [...]. 281
Image: Wild man of movies. [...]. 290
Incapacity benefits reassessments find 40% are fit for work; CAMPAIGNERS RAISE FEARS OVER IMPACT ON FAMILIES. 493
INTHEGALLERY. 150
It's time to sit down and sort out problems with staggered school holidays; Western Mail. 446
It's Your Neighbourhood. 104
JOHN LE MESURIER: IT'S ALL BEEN RATHER LOVELY BBC Two, 9pm. 125
JUSTREAD. 392
Knights and days in Malta; With its rich architectural heritage, the sunny and scenic island of Malta is a history buff's dream, says Tom Lawrence. 1116
Labour Party can make a difference, says Miliband in jobs blackspot; LEADER ADMITS PARTY HAD LOST TOUCH WITH VOTERS. 1279
Last-day showdown for the top rivals. 485
LATE DEALS. 346
Leaders look set for a tough battle with Pooler; WELSH PREMIERSHIP 2.30pm PONTYPOOL PARK PONTYPOOL v LLANELLI. 211
Leave a legacy to a charitable cause; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 480
Liberals accused of smear tactics in Labour council candidate address row. 392
Lighten up with lanterns and lamps. 548
Limo firm looking at US expansion; CARDIFF COMPANY PLANNING TO DOUBLE STAFFING LEVELS. 513
Mackay example for Leigh. 320
Mackay looks to future with young stars, but present is really exciting. 1192
Mancini feels the frustration. 169
Martinez keeps a cool head. 193
Martyn is backing Wales for NZ scalp. 320
MINDMATTERS. 522
MONDAY. 339
MORNINGSERIAL. 393
My week. 163
MYHEALTH; HELEN DAVIES, 32, FROM CARDIFF, IS DIRECTOR OF AGITO RELOCATION SERVICES. SHE IS MARRIED TO BBC RUGBY PUNDIT JONATHAN DAVIES. 338
MYTELLY. 559
Neil Cammies STRAIGHTOFFTHEVINE. 629
NHS and money; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 177
Nothing lost in translation as Norwegian film adapted for the Welsh stage; Director Michael Bogdanov has adapted an Oscar-nominated Norwegian film for the Welsh stage. Karen Price asks him about it - and discovers she has a role in the drama. 796
O'R GALON: TUDUR PHILLIPS S4C, 9pm. 113
One dies in new care home 'flu' outbreak. 221
Osborne slammed for pounds 10bn offering to IMF. 312
Petrol panic and mini heatwave combine to lift retail sales figure. 335
Phonics boys go all Italian. 223
Photographers capture quake's aftermath. 210
PIERS MORGAN'S LIFE STORIES: CAROL VORDERMAN ITV1 Wales, Friday, 9pm. 179
Pipe wants big finish to season from County; 3pm SPYTTY PARK NEWPORT v ALFRETON. 279
Play delves into dreams crushed by terrorists who struck London on 7/7. 282
POBOL Y CWM. 200
Ponty aim for the double; 3pm ST HELEN'SWANSEA v PONTYPRIDD. 198
POUNDNOTES. 597
Proportion who are first-time buyers at 10-month high in rush to beat the end of stamp duty holiday. 239
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 143
Rainfall fails to alleviate drought conditions. 321
Recently refurbished homes TAKE4 ...TO BUY. 374
RHAGOLWG; Rygbi'r Colegau S4C, Dydd Mawrth, 9.30pm. 221
Rodgers refuses to relax as Swans look to end their big season with style. 1023
SATURDAY. 323
School's in - and out; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 297
Sea energy could help to revive port; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 707
SECONDGLANCE. 456
Seven memorable Williams nuggets. 327
Seven-star best for Waters as he leads the Glamorgan fightback. 553
Simplifying the system means the tax goes up. 390
Sir Tom in tears as The Voice hopefuls do battle. 399
spotlight on... Carol Vorderman. 293
spotlight on... Louis Theroux Image: [...]. 274
Stags are too hot for poor Dragons. 337
Steel industry keeps rolling. 376
Suarez in praise of Carroll. 177
SUNDAY. 320
Super Shane is the try master again as the Ospreys boost play-off bid; RABODIRECT PRO 12. 2404
Take centre stage. 104
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. 364
TELEDU; Tai Bach y Byd S4C, Dydd Iau, 9pm. 293
The Property Doctor. 761
The rise and fall of Ched. 704
The spotlight's on art in Welsh sale. 305
THEINSIDER. 461
There could yet be a Welsh overseas trade renaissance. 868
THEY SAID WHAT? 188
THEY SOLD A MILLION: RICKY VALANCE BBC One Wales, Tuesday, 10.35pm. 182
This magazine is published by [...]. 383
THURSDAY. 314
Top talk Well-loved gardener, [...]. 421
TUESDAY. 327
Turnbull confident his side can beat Munster. 905
Ulster's play-off hopes ended. 294
Unions call for school breaks to be regulated; VARIATIONS IN HOLIDAY TIMES 'PROBLEMATIC', SAYS LEADER. 736
Universities may have lost cash over reluctance to collaborate; FUNDING GAP 'A MAJOR ISSUE' FOR WELSH INSTITUTIONS. 743
VERA ITV1 Wales, tomorrow, 8pm. 199
Victims too terrified to run away from Breivik. 584
Wales on a par with the world champs, but they can tackle loss of stars. 1012
Welsh site offers up relics 3,000 years old; TIME TEAM DIG FINDS HOMES, ARTEFACTS FROM IRON AGE. 642
When you get to travel all over the world, it's easy to forget just how beautiful Wales is; Paul Potts is best known as the shy Port Talbot singer who shot to fame after winning the first series of Britain's Got Talent. But his other big love is photography. He gives Rachel Mainwaring an exclusive look at some of his favourite shots from aroundWales. 1618
Williams in trouble over blast at Crucible. 355
WOMEN'SOWN Lynne. 539
Y SxR YN EU TYNERWCH ''. 377
Y trafod yn well na'r stori. 622

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