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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 31, 2015)

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'I felt like my fighting spirit had just emigrated.' Angharad Underwood runs multi award-winning business The Preservation Society from Chepstow where she lives with her two kids and husband Mark. This is her diary about being diagnosed with cancer. 1032
'It's where I go to be antisocial' MY FAVOURITE ROOM. 485
'Make sure our Six Nations stays on TERRESTRIALTV'. 615
'Savage' burglars who beat professor jailed. 516
'The great thing about Stella is that nothing happens' FEATURE Five years since Gavin & Stacey wrapped, actress and writer Ruth Jones is still riding high with a fourth series of Sky1 comedy Stella. Jeananne Craig finds out what's occurrin'. 786
'We have to break down any barriers' When were we given an audience with Deputy Culture Minister Ken Skates we decided to let you put the questions to him via our Twitter account. From music cuts (there were plenty about this) to his favourite productions, here are his responses to #AskKen. 1063
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180 apartments planned in 23-storey city complex. 570
200 temporary Ford workers' jobs set to end. 216
39 killed in mosque explosion. 253
7 WORTH GOING OUT FOR. 638
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 1147
A happy Last Tango? We've laughed and cried in series three of Last Tango in Halifax. Weddings (more than one), funerals, births - we've seen it all in the third outing for Sally Wainwright's grown-up TV saga. But as it comes to a climax tomorrow night, we ask: What on earth can happen next? 625
A new optimism... but don't expect too much from Vern's Bravehearts; guide to scotland. 639
Actions speak louder than words as Slade walk-out tells own story; MediaWales football correspondent CHRIS WATHAN locked horns with Cardiff City boss Russell Slade at his pre-Derby County press conference, asking a couple of questions on behalf of the fans which prompted the manager to abruptly walk out of the room. Here, Chris gives his analysis of what happened, arguing it's a sign of a manager under pressure... 1226
AM Kirsty's family farm is declared free of bTB. 510
Ambitious Newport aiming to tame the Shrews; NEWPORT v SHREWSBURY RODNEY PARADE 3pm. 297
An all-star cast; TASTE I Tonight sees paying guests sample the true taste of some of Wales' biggest names in cooking at the annual Chefs' Night Out. Here, three of them share recipes for you to make at home... Recipe 1313
Anni'n mwynhau ei chymeriad. 398
As rugby's money men consider the most lucrative deal for the small screen, they should also keep an eye on the bigger picture... 1053
ASK LYNNE. 712
Assembly rugby team in Blunt call; NEWS IN BRIEF. 155
Awayday gang jailed for stealing motorcycles. 488
Bangor can pull clear - ace Jones. 315
Bashing the Boks SETSWALES up nicely for tilt at the title; GUIDE TO WALES. 856
BIG MATCH GUIDE; CARDIFF CITY v DERBY COUNTY, Cardiff City Stadium, 3pm. 542
BIG MATCH GUIDE; SOUTHAMPTON v SWANSEA CITY, St Mary's Stadium, 4pm, tomorrow. 396
Book 65 years overdue; UK BULLETINS. 161
BOOK CHARTS. 114
Bowen keen on Edmund's chances at Ffos Las. 442
BRAINTEASERS. 412
BT has PS7bn pension hole. 179
Burglar tricked way into home by claiming her six-year-old son was missing. 237
Business bosses focusing on economic challenges. 811
Cardiff boss Slade walks out of press conference. 378
carolyn hitt on the six nationsPAGES 20&21. 566
Charity chiefs call for cancer treatment fund. 511
Churchill's final journey retraced - 50 years on. 1381
CIA 'interrogated suspects on British island'. 309
Correction. Correction notice 230
Cover yourself heartache with to prevent any romantic plans; Don't let a money mishap spoil your Valentine's Day, says Vicky Shaw. 1265
Cruising round the land of dragons; Do dragons really exist?Apparently so, discovers Rachel Williams, on a fairy tale cruise through an irresistible archipelago. 1118
Deaths. 2323
DNA project helps children's hospice. 220
DYDD GWENER. 357
DYDD LLUN. 342
DYDD MAWRTH. 325
DYDD MERCHER. 310
DYDD SADWRN. 349
DYDD SUL. 254
Edwards ready to build on fine World campaign. 446
Evans 'tested for prostate cancer'. 248
Everyone's cup of tea; It's a British institution, but making a cup of tea's not just about bunging a bag in a cup and drowning it in boiling water. Tea lover Kasim Ali shares the secrets of a perfect cuppa with Kirstie McCrum. 833
Ex kidnapped my baby girl and took her to Libya. 483
Fight for Six Nations; Politicians speak out against tournament disappearing behind TV paywall. 185
FormerWelsh Secretary to step down at General Election. 864
French will show flair... but tough away trips could prove their undoing; GUIDE TO FRANCE. 659
GARDEN RULES. 546
Garry mewn dyfroedd dyfnion. 344
Gemau gorau'r bel hirgron. 477
Georgia on our minds; BIG INTERVIEW She started out in acting class in Swansea but 13 years later, Georgia Henshaw is an acting force on TV and in theatre who's bagged a role in Russell T Davies' hit show Banana. She tells Kirstie McCrum about pre-show nerves, kissing girls and loving Wales. 1787
Goon... but not forgotten; FEATURE They influenced Monty Python , Eddie Izzard called them the godfathers of modern comedy and Prince Charles even name checked them in his investiture speech. Now, 55 years on from their last studio recording, Nathan Bevan examines the legacy of The Goons. 937
GOSH, without even having. 650
Haskell: Wales' tough fitness regime a 'risk'. 605
Home with that holiday feeling all year round. 613
Hope we can have track record as good; Views of Wales. Editorial 262
I couldn't have had better preparation, insists ace Murray. 680
Iceland boss vows to turn firm around; Owen Hughes newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 449
IN MY VIEW; REVIEW. 304
Injury-hit England to launch their Kruis missile; GUIDE TO ENGLAND. 907
Killed by their own friends; During World War I, shell shock - now known as PTSD - was not accepted as an excuse for desertion, resulting in the ultimate punishment. Robert King's book Shot at Dawn tells the story of the Welsh soldiers who were among the executed AUTHOR'S NOTES. 1016
late breaks. 248
Luxury in London; Jasbir Authi follows in stellar footsteps at a favourite London bolthole of the rich and famous. 855
MARKET REPORT. 409
Modern Times: Warwick Davis' Big Night Out. 130
Monk hopes Cork can deliver a few real Champagne moments for Swans. 1162
MORNING SERIAL. 368
MOVIE WATCH I. 1148
MOVIE WATCH II. 1062
MOVIE WATCH III. 678
Murphy's example is one to follow; COMMENT. Editorial 486
NEW FROM WALES. 289
ON DIGITAL; Spiral. 150
ON THIS DAY. Editorial 278
Parisse still at the peak of his powers, but it will be tough for the Azzurri; GUIDE TO ITALY. 683
Personal insolvency numbers set to drop; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 660
Plaid/Green deal is confusing; Views of Wales. Editorial 173
POUND NOTES. 333
Predator GP faces new abuse charges. 406
Primary school teacher is cleared of child sex. 563
QUICK QUIZ. 110
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 122
Ranking overload is clouding, not clearing, our judgement. 948
Re-invigorate your kitchen space; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 446
READ II; WORD OUT. 903
Revenues up as club reveals PS1.7m profit. 198
Room for romance; Be inspired by Valentine's Day and create heart-warming settings at home. Gabrielle Fagan sets the scene for love. 650
SATURDAY. 273
Scarlets boosted by Owens' return. 870
Shop savvy; Rachel Treadaway-Williams from X-Ray is known for being feisty when it comes to poor service. Here are her tips to help you to demand the best. 604
Show off your house's best points and tone down the flaws. 490
Sir Howard urges new businesses to look at the positives; Cardiff-born Sir Howard Stringer, the former head of the Sony Corporation, has been back in Wales to speak to the North Wales Business Club. He took time out from his schedule to talk to Owen Hughes about his fascinating career and the changing attitude to entrepreneurship in Wales. 984
Six burning questions for the Six Nations; We set our trio of WalesOnline rugby experts the task of answering six key questions ahead of the Six Nations. Here are their answers... 1700
Six Nations could be a tasty appetiser for the main course to follow; Here we go again. European rugby's showpiece tournament kicks-off on Friday and in this, a World Cup year, SIMON THOMAS looks for some pointers as to who will be challenging not just for Six Nations glory, but for global domination. 919
SOAP WATCH; Read on if you're looking for the latest on Coronation Street, EastEnders, Pobol and all your other favourite soaps. 928
Some pleas for the coming games; Views of Wales. Editorial 366
Speed limits adjusted to improve road safety. 478
SPOTLIGHT ON... 282
SPOTLIGHT ON... . SUNDAY. 249
SPOTLIGHT ON... Amanda Burton. 246
SPOTLIGHT ON... Jodie Kidd; THURSDAY. 256
SPOTLIGHT ON... Kiefer Sutherland. 289
SPOTLIGHT ON... Rory Bremner. 255
Spruce up your house's exterior; If the outside of your home is in need of an update, here are some simple tips to transform it beyond recognition. 508
St Petersburg musicians head TOWALES; PREVIEW: St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, St David's Hall, Cardiff. 298
Storer confident Wrexham can mount bid for play-offs; WREXHAM v TORQUAY THE RACECOURSE 3pm. 858
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 692
Sunny delight. 114
TABLE TALK. 384
TAKE FIVE; James Thomas of Sinfonia Cymru convinces us to go to Quartet, the orchestra's first 'classical pub gig' at Urban Tap House in Cardiff. 281
Taking from many to give to the few; Views of Wales. Editorial 205
Taking the plunge; ICE WATCH From Jackasses and sports stars to boy-band members and Goggleboxers, there's a diverse bunch out on the piste this year for The Jump... 1203
Thai backpacker's death remains unclear - inquest. 156
The Accumulator Quiz; Each question has four possible answers and is worth from one to 15 points. Circle your chosen answers and keep a record of your points total. Maximum total points 120. 386
THE FIRST WORD Ceri Gould; UK Regional Press Awards Supplement of the Year. 710
The other parties are all the same; Views of Wales. Editorial 423
THEY SAID WHAT? Editorial 271
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 765
Three-horse race ahead for the cautious bookies; WINNINGLINE WITH IAN CARBIS THE BEST BETS AND AND THE BEST ODDS FOR THE SPORTING WEEKEND. 317
TONY LEWIS; OPINION. 773
Tory chairman expects to gain NEWWELSH seats. 601
Turned up to the Max; FEATURE If you've made your way to Cardiff for an international rugby match in the last 16 years, chances are you're familiar with Boycezone. Ahead of the Six Nations, Pete Davies of the Max Boyce tribute act tells Kirstie McCrum why they're looking forward to donning those bobble hats once again. 2019
UK confirmed as the fastest-growing economy in the world. 271
Vulnerable children 'let down by social care'. 444
Warrior O'Connell is key to life after BOD; GUIDE TO IRELAND. 637
We must never forget horrors of Auschwitz. 367
We passed a test of character -Taylor. 879
Welcome to Mamet's world; Damian Lewis is returning to the West End in a revival of David Mamet's acclaimed American Buffalo. The Homeland star will appear opposite Hollywood actor John Goodman, making his London stage debut, while Welshman Daniel Evans will direct. Nathan Bevan looks how other big stars have adapted to Mamet's brash, macho world... 638
Where there's a will there's a way to help us at Ty Hafan; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 263
With a legend LIKEADAM Jones, you can't write off a comeback. 587
Word on the web. Editorial 114
Y SILFF LYFRAU; GWN GLAN A BEIBL BUDR: JOHN WILLIAMS, BRYNSIENCYN, A'R RHYFEL MAWR Harri Parri (Gwasg y Bwthyn, PS9.95). 381
YN llyfr Alwyn Gruffydd ar hanes Meibion [...]; GAIR I GALL. 597

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