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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 31, 2014)

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'Ballroom dancing and celebs? That's car crash TV' There's much more to Craig Revel Horwood than Strictly Come Dancing.As he directs and choreographs a touring production of Fiddler On The Roof, Karen Price chats to him about waltzing celebrities, holidays and Starsky And Hutch. 1031
'It's all about the voice' The official Dylan Thomas centenary celebrations get underway next week with the premiere of Clwyd Theatr Cymru's Under Milk Wood, which is embarking on a world tour. Karen Price catches up with leading man Owen Teale who is drawing on his own experiences of life in a small Welsh town. 976
'Leap into dark' claim on future of MOD sites. 565
'Shock but no regrets' from Hollande ex. 147
17-year jail term for sex abuser; UK BULLETINS. 196
50p tax for top earners is fairer to the majority; There is a compelling case to increase the top rate of tax, which is why Labour would bring in a 50p rate for the highest earners, argues Shadow Secretary of State for Wales Owen Smith. 818
58-year dream car wait. 215
7 days of things to do near you; the guide. 1532
A modern day Romeo and Juliet; REVIEW: West Side Story, Bristol Hippodrome. 352
A new era for dance; Rocked by the resignation of its founders Roy Campbell-Moore and Anne Sholem, National Dance CompanyWales is navigating the choppy waters left by their departure. NDCWALES chairman Andrew Davies tells David Owens how the company is riding the waves and maintaining a steady course for success. Company overview 1469
ALBUMS. 444
All this could be yours - for just PS8,000. 166
also showing ... 594
Artist and ex-political leader's wife mourned. 200
Best foot forward in training. 168
Brunel makes case for the defence. 248
Bumper sale marks start of 2014 for Newport Car Auctions; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 704
Burglars steal PS100,000 of valuables from house. 161
Call for review as AMs get set to vote on social services Bill. 649
Calls for BBC to better reflect Welsh culture. 567
Campbell's Blue Bird roars back to life. 245
Capital's venues under threat as council looks to save PS50m. 990
CBI calls for prompt payment culture among British firms. 202
Celebrating a 'constant companion' VISUAL ARTS A major exhibition of paintings opening in North Wales this weekend brings to a close a year-long programme of events and projects to celebrate the centenary of the birth of renowned poet, R S Thomas. Karen Price finds out about the artists involved and the work they have produced. 786
Chamakh delighted by Pulis effect at Palace. 148
Corrie actor 'sticking to his script'. 179
culture vulture. 230
Dani set for big move to Juventus. 375
Do not celebrate this slaughter; Views of Wales. 574
Driver, 61, in court over 'school gates' crash. 171
DVDs. 322
Firm reveals fine festive figures. 285
FSB hits out at investment effort. 431
Gruelling tribute to fallen heroes; FILM REVIEW. 1339
Hain raises possibility of one-state Palestine deal. 622
Himalayan garden gets first visitors for 140 years. 199
Hospital unveils fresh banner. 224
Hotel develops new apprenticeship scheme. 203
Hughton looks into Hoolahan allegation. 310
I'm sure dad thought Genesis would just fizzle out... Genesis star Mike Rutherford talks to Marion McMullen about family, friendship and his father as he brings out a memoir with a personal touch. 879
Inquest prompts health review call. 241
inside track; Karen Price. 433
It's time FORWALEs to really sell itself; COMMENT. Editorial 495
Jeep Wrangler shows true grit. 510
Job losses at bank's corporate division. 223
Keeping up with the Joneses - the roots of our surnames; There are curently 30,000 different surnames in use in England but barely 5,000 in Wales, with most of these being non-Welsh in origin , brought in by centuries of immigration. Rachael Misstear looks at a new book which explores their history. 610
Labour helps PM see off immigration rebel MPs. 377
Lexus IS a Premier league car. 597
Meredith murder: Knox reconvicted. 297
Migrants boost Welsh economy, research shows. 540
Miners' Strike: Should the Tories apologise? The wounds left by one of the most bitter disputes in the history of Britain's industrial relations were reopened last year following Margaret Thatcher's death. Now Labour is demanding a formal apology for the treatment of mining communities during the strike of 1984/85. Darren Devine reports. 752
Miscarriage of justice victim to sue police. Medical condition overview 637
MORNING SERIAL; The Rice Paper Diaries by Francesca Rhydderch. 408
NoFit State Circus throws open the doors of new base. 189
Nurse chief tells of NHS staff efforts. 454
On location in Wales.... the latest big-name ad. 440
on show; exhibitions. 1111
ON THIS DAY. 241
Opera star killed by chest tumour. 548
Pair deny forced labour charge; NEWS IN BRIEF. 141
Pasta on the menu as Six Nations treat. 208
Police numbers fall as budgets slashed. 522
Premier League scores courtroom win over pub's FOOTBALLTV screenings. 212
Promoter Hearn rules out Millennium magic for big fight re-match. 602
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 121
R-Class is a Merc for all seasons. 712
Range Rover is a classy bit of kit; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 611
RCZ is a proper head-turner. 562
Regions facing cash headache over Euro Cups. 109
Renishaw looks to future as profits fall. 579
Rory's roaring after blazing a desert trail. 209
Sam will keep a level head - rugby comes first for him, insists Howley. 1248
Say goodbye to rugby money men; Views of Wales. 103
Schalke insist Draxler is not Gunner make move. 575
Schools face red zone alert in new rankings. 172
Schools in firing line as new rankings revealed. 602
Separation from UK is road to poverty; Views of Wales. 173
SHARE SPOTLIGHT. 104
Star Lydiate's joy at birth of daughter. 198
Star Scarlett ends Oxfam tie over Israel row. 197
Stress-free buying, selling and servicing; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 737
Stress-free January car buying, selling and servicing; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 1335
Students evacuated again as fresh storms threaten. 651
Swansea bidding for PS330m city centre boost. 176
Swansea takes a bite of Big Apple for new film. 504
Swinson's hoping for Jim's help. 206
Swivel can turn it on at Lingfield. 132
The end of rugby's cultural dominance INWALEs is upon us; 30 ALED BLAKE COLUMNIST aled.blake@walesonline.co.uk. 896
THEY SAID WHAT? 210
Three Media Wales offices set to close. 137
Three saved on 3,000ft peak in night rescue drama. 227
Time to fire up the quattro. 616
TIPS CATTERICK: 1.10 Great Link, [...]. 117
Tory divisions show on new tax powers. 739
Toyota Yaris goes hybrid; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 554
Toyota Yaris makes the new grade. 354
Travis described as 'lovely person' as ex-workers testify. 220
Twelvetrees is the centre of attention. 136
Ukraine chief 'on sickness leave' as crisis goes on. 177
Wales ace Lydiate's daddy cool after his new arrival. 1017
War of words mars Asia peace debate. 155
WATCH OUR TWO WELSH RUGBY VIDEOS... WITH A DIFFERENCE. 228
WAY OUT WEST. 447
We can't let Carroll call the tune, admits Chico. 826
We don't need this new railway line; Views of Wales. 443
We need to get our momentum back - Edinburgh. 559
Welsh Government sets out new skills strategy. 736
Window of opportunity will make or break Ole. 933
Word on the web. 119
work together for the good of Wales; Views of Wales. 176
WRU commit extra PS2m to keep top stars at home. 516
XC90 is as tough as they come; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 234
Zaha poses in Cardiff kit and prepares for Norwich. 245

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