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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 9, 2012)

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'I mean, what I do is funny but there aren't any jokes, as such' He's the conceptual artist whose surreal take on the world through Welsh eyes has made him one to watch. And here Bedwyr Williams tells Nathan Bevan about the perils of parenthood, why he's not a stand-up guy and why breaking mirrors doesn't necessarily mean bad luck. 901
'My final exams are in the middle of the Six Nations next year. I'm dreading that' WALES STAR ROBERTS MIXES RUGBY WITH STUDIES. 908
'Screening can save your life' message goes on the road. 261
1 BRIGHTON 1 WREXHAM. 601
2 BARNSLEY 4 SWANSEA CITY. 763
2012 Olympics present 'huge opportunity to show off everything that is great about Wales' CALL FOR SMALL NATION TO SHINE ON THE WORLD STAGE. 902
4 WEST BROM 2 CARDIFF CITY. 803
After starting on a hiring high, 2011 City job vacancies plummet. 236
Aironi triumph in basement battle. 209
Appeal decisions difficult for the homeless. 345
ASKTHEEXPERTS. 253
Backroom operation is a prescription for success in handling all those green forms; Ever wondered what happens to your prescription form once you hand it over to the pharmacist? Health Editor Madeleine Brindley found out. 796
Battling Blues show they are tuned up for their big European mission. 1198
Blind are 'forgotten' by NHS, says new report. 965
Bluebirds offer for winger Noone is going nowhere - Brighton boss Poyet. 352
Brains just go home; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 120
Brecon Fringe grows to put on more than 200 gigs and performances in 2012. 352
Brilliant Weaver denies the high-flying Hammers. 213
Brisbane winner Murray is excited by link-up with Lendl. 696
Brother of Stephen Lawrence speaks of fatal night. 350
Building transport; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 129
Business confidence slumps over worries about demand; EUROZONEAND HOME MARKET GIVE CAUSE FOR CONCERN. 684
Call for clarity over breast implants; BREAKING HEALTH newsbulletin. 209
Cameron apologises over Tourette's remark. 415
Cameron backs pay blitz on executives; SHAREHOLDERS TO GET A VOTE ON BOSSES' REMUNERATION. 703
Cash-rich Toulouse in for Blues ace Roberts. 524
Charity in call for more foster parents. 350
Chelsea put on a late show. 291
Coleman link with Welsh job mounting. 305
Cosmetic surgery firm claims 'no cause for concern' over PIP implants. 314
Council bid for new grammar school A CONSERVATIVE council is to examine whether; UKBULLETINS. 101
Davies blasts his Scarlets, despite their winning run as Saints test beckons. 1164
Debate on organ donation laws; BREAKING HEALTH newsbulletin. 104
Don't downplay the language movement; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 435
Dragons show bright future with this top-notch cup performance; THE FA CUP. 980
Drovers put on a magic show as the Wizards are put to the sword. 482
Duchess attends her first royal premiere on eve of 30th birthday. 479
EDELWEISS UNDER THREAT. 138
Edinburgh sure his County will be OK after fine display. 526
England hero is grateful for his brief honeymoon. 576
England Lions lose out to Bangladesh A. 183
Fears for retailers in 2012 after last quarter. 297
Fears London Games will hurt, rather than boost, Welsh tourism industry. 701
Festival opens a new chapter for literature. 276
Frail Mandela misses ANC's centenary celebrations. 202
Girl from Tiger Bay who became a legend celebrates 75th birthday; BIOGRAPHER DISCUSSES DAME SHIRLEY BASSEY'S 'TRIUMPH'. 652
Graham and the Swansea wide boys chop down Barnsley. 1083
Graham is targeting a strong run in FA Cup. 346
Growth at garden company. 126
Health boards acting like Scrooge over closures; Shadow Health Minister Darren Millar criticises the 'temporary' closure of minor injury units around Wales. 583
Henson desperate to prove his fitness for Blues with games running out before big Six Nations kick-off. 607
Hughes is linked with QPR job as the Premier club sack Warnock. 547
Hyatt reflects on more frustration as Swansea are out-muscled at the Arms Park. 568
Iran reveals underground uranium facility; WORLDBULLETINS. 104
Is travelling by train becoming more expensive than driving in latest fare rise? CALL FOR A COMPLETE OVERHAUL OF RAIL COSTS. 602
James on a mission to go one better than GB legends Redgrave and Pinsent in 2012; OLYMPICS 2012 - 200 DAYS TO GO Olympics correspondent Gareth Griffiths speaks to 2008 gold medallist rower Tom James and discovers why Britain has a headstart in the race for London glory. 1118
Jonathan has Heineken warning. 466
Keys overcome the yellow peril to win Gwent derby. 169
Late call on Mon's Gold bid. 335
Lawyers warn over couple mediation plans. 121
Let's drink to the abstinence and grim resolutions of Janopause. 1085
Little change needed; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 415
Magic of cup is over - now bring on semi and league bid. 1066
Man is released on bail in FA Cup race probe. 321
MATTEROFFACT. 466
McIntosh wants more from Ponty after easy win. 254
Meningitis body calls on Government to change its criteria for assessing the value of vaccination. 404
Merthyr battle for their point. 157
Mighty Quins have lacklustre Neath reeling to add to their misery. 235
Migrants may have boosted young jobless. 323
MORNINGSERIAL. 426
MPs tell drinkers: have two alcohol-free days a week for health. 179
Munster are back into third with win. 297
Mystery man is not an official - Roach. 325
NATION'S TOP CONTENDERS. 213
National treasure with stage pedigree; PREVIEW: Welsh Greats: Margaret John, BBC One Wales. 340
NHS chief sets out five challenges facing the service in Wales in the year ahead; MORE EMPHASIS BEING PLACED ON PREVENTING ILL HEALTH. 805
No need to be rude; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 109
Nye inspires 160-mile run 'to save NHS' A 160-mile protest run will start in Cardiff tomorrow to highlight doctors' fears about plans for NHS England. Leading Welsh doctor Stefan Coghlan explains why he's taking part in Bevan's Run. 537
O'Neill's men carry on the good work in cup. 208
One-day inquiries will speed up health concern responses. 585
Parents funding gap year travel; WALES newsbulletin. 106
Passengers to be the biggest losers in delay over bus service funding cuts; Western Mail. 444
Peacocks set to sell Bonmarch store chain. 164
Perfect start and Sky's the limit for ace Rowe. 250
Poyet in a threat to field his reserves. 340
Pulis moved by ovation from the Gillingham fans. 464
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 124
RETRO REPORT; MP names George and Jim the Brothers Grimm. 253
Rooney double as United edge home in dramatic cup thriller with City. 945
Rumour of Stringer step-down unverified. 279
Sandringham corpse is that of Latvian student. 405
Shingler 'badly affected' by row. 356
Show must go on for 'beyond heartbroken' star Jenkins as she sings through the tears in first show after Gethin split; CONDUCTOR AND ONLINE FANS FULL OF PRAISE FOR STAR. 628
Sinclair's instant impact. 150
Snowdrops, daffodils and hazel buds herald early start to spring. 196
Stamps pay tribute to Dahl's legacy. 251
Super-sub Jones saves Neath's blushes at Prestatyn. 260
Sustainable fishing vital to our health; Health Wales is highlighting the work of Welsh Crucible researchers - the cream of Welsh research talent. Dr Jan Geert Hiddink explains why he's studying the effects of fishing on Welsh marine life. 501
Swindon profit from Watson's penalty miss to upset Wigan; SATURDAY'S ROUND-UP. 630
THE BRIEFING. 235
The Doctor Diet; In Saturday's Western Mail, we brought you the first part of our exclusive healthy eating plan with Dr Rhodri Martin. Here, we bring you part two - your delicious, easy-to-make meal ideas for the second week of your new, healthier lifestyle - plus, another one of Dr Martin's exclusive recipes. 916
THEY SAID WHAT? 151
Toon incentive for the Dragons as they face a replay with Brighton. 694
Tributes paid to four siblings killed in fire. 672
We'll decide when you hold a referendum, says Cameron; SCOTS TOLD DATE OF VOTE IS MATTERFOR WESTMINSTER. 731
Welsh ace Jade getting her kicks out of going for gold at Olympics. 508
Welsh Caroline Lucas? & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 280
Welsh Government slated over late notice of bus service funding cuts; FEARS REDUCTION MAY TIP THE BALANCE FOR SMALLER FIRMS. 796
Welsh scientists' fears for future of beloved monkey; HABITATS CLEARED TO MAKE WAY FOR PALM PLANTATIONS. 636
WELSH WEATHER, BOTH WONDERFUL AND WOEFUL, PUT IN THE FRAME. 113
Wenger keen to avoid a cup repeat. 267
What you say to babies isn't all Greek to them, even when it is actually Greek; RESEARCH SHOWS TOTS CAN INFER MEANING FROM TONE. 542
Why cutting specialist nursing posts might be a false economy; Martin Semple makes the case for retaining such positions in Wales. 573
Win tickets to watch Swans v Arsenal. 291
You don't have to be nuts to be healthy - but it helps; HEART HEALTH. 348
Your stars with Patrick Arundell. 561

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