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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 6, 2015)

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'I needed closure' The outrageous entertainment show TFI Friday is back on - you got it - Friday. Host Chris Evans reveals why he's brought it back. 476
'Ice cap adventure gives Peter a place in history'. 527
'It usually all starts with a phone call' As a new series of Week In Week Out returns to BBC One Wales next week, series producer Jayne Morgan talks about filming undercover and the relentless pursuit of the facts. 803
'Tad datganoli yng Nghymru' WELSH WATCH. 582
'They may not be excellent players in Spain, but they are good sports' - the lost story of Cardiff Corries and Barcelona. 1342
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 959
A great Welsh bridge builder. 219
A life behind the scenes. 843
A quick glimpse ATWALEs' PS3m-plus properties. 615
After Fifa we should root out corruption - PM. 349
Alton Towers crash victim 'will claim substantial damages'. 288
Are coal stations the deadliest weapons of mass destruction? If rich countries keep burning coal they risk devastating Africa's crops and causing billions of pounds worth of damage to the world, according to a report published today by Oxfam, writes David Williamson. Will cashstrapped governments under pressure to keep the lights on grasp the challenge of a renewablepowered future? 1047
ASK LYNNE. 511
At last, business success in city will be honoured. 838
Bank boss loses PS350k of bonus over PPI fine. 399
Beach Boys prove they're still on top; REVIEW: Beach Boys at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena. 339
Beautiful boudoir - get the look; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 354
Blooming, beautiful and British; To celebrate British Flowers Week, a group of artisan florists choose five of our favourite blooms and offer advice on how to grow them for cutting. Hannah Stephenson reports. 710
BRAINTEASERS. 347
Bright and breezy; Rhiannon McDowall Finds Yera-round sunshine and a fascinating lunar landscape in windswept Fuerteventura. 439
Cable the voice; FEATURE Five years after ex- Stereophonic Stuart Cable's tragic death, an early tape of him singing in a previous band has emerged. David Prince found out more. 677
Chiellini injury is a kick in the teeth for Juve. 328
Christening due on July 5; UK BULLETINS. 139
Churchill, the media and the making of the Dunkirk 'myth' It was the wartime Prime Ministerial address which rallied an entire nation. But, on the landmark anniversary of one of the pivotal moments in British military history, one leading academic looks at how Churchill's famous 'We will fight them on the beaches' speech, along with the media, covered up the true 'hell' of Dunkirk. 1387
Clarification. Correction notice 188
Cloth of gold; S4C's new Sunday evening drama series Parch has already proved a hit with the channel's viewers. Here Fflur Dafydd, the award-winning author behind the series, explains how she came to write about the embattled, quirky vicar Myfanwy Elfed. 732
Crash pilot 'contacted doctors'. 130
Curtis' crazy commute is internet hit. 480
Cuts threat to book town's public library. 403
Cycling cranks up gears of excitement INWALES; As Wales gears up to welcome a host of cycling events over the next week, Andy Howell looks at the rise in the popularity of pedal power. 730
DESIGN THERAPY. 446
Dozens killed in bombings; WORLD BULLETINS. 127
Driver, 83, fined for killing widow. 442
English Parliament could lead to the end of the union. 344
Fewer children's pocket moneynow cash in on from parents; Do you still give your kids pocket money? According to new findings, the tradition is in decline, writes Vicky Shaw. 574
Fifa? Roy's just not Keane on any questions other than the Irish against England. 482
Filming ends on Top Gear; UK BULLETINS. 146
FIVE FABULOUS; ... gift ideas as Father's Day approaches. 102
Five top tips for your kitchen... 630
Folly added to council's big sell-off. 431
Four held after 68 found in lorries. 371
FRIDAY. 289
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 616
Girls just wanna have five-star fun; KATE FIELDER and a pal enjoy a luxury weekend of pampering, drinking, eating and gossiping in London. 606
Glamorgan record DRAMATICT20 win in Cardiff. 676
He's mad, bad and Vicious; (but actually quite a nice bloke) He's found fame playing one of the most gleefully evil villains on TV today and courted controversy with his latest despicable act. But, as a much-relieved Nathan Bevan discovered, Iwan Rheon is way too nice to play the bad guy in real life. 1524
Henderson hopes Sterling will stay; FOOTBALL SHORTS LIVERPOOL. 156
Hidden gems; A selection of Welsh folk art dating back to the 17th century and not seen for three decades is going on sale. Rachael Misstear enjoys a look through the Welsh treasures. 708
I might never have become First Minister but for Charlie Kennedy, so I owe him a lot... 1064
Iconic LonelyTree dies - but its legacy lives on. 208
IN MY VIEW; REVIEW/PREVIEW. 280
Interest rates predicted to go up by end of year. 610
JERRY COLLINS once went with Shane Williams [...]; Rugby Editor DELME PARFITT pays tribute to the former All Blacks and Ospreys flanker Jerry Collins following his tragic death in a car accident in France. 491
Keep your hands off our powers, Carwyn tells Whitehall chiefs. 756
Kennedy haemorrhage 'caused by alcoholism'. 570
Language put ahead of NHS. 203
late breaks. 182
Lauren's place to work, rest and; MY FAVOURITE ROOM. 523
Mallorca's 'royal' retreat; Alex Hibbert chills out on the Balearic isle where he is treated like a king. 975
MANIC STREET PREACHERS AT CARDIFF CASTLE; REVIEWS. 179
MARKET REPORT. 424
Medic didn't read heat guidance, inquest told >. 514
Modern romance ends for director Jamie Adams. 387
MONDAY. 324
More support than you think. 258
More TV, vicar? Top preachers from the telly... 393
MORNING SERIAL. 390
MOVIE WATCH I. 1421
MOVIE WATCH III. 358
Mullan over his new role; Peter Mullan is back on home turf for an adaptation of the late Iain Banks' work. He tells Susan Griffin why his feet are currently firmly in front of the camera. 888
Murray lives to resume his big fightback in Paris. 580
New advice to help payday lenders keep TV adverts serious; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 638
Neymar can't wait to take the final curtain; BARCELONA v JUVENTUS BERLIN 7.45pm. 294
Obituary: The 'tough-as-old-boots' All Blacks enforcer who loved rugby. Obituary 438
On the field a warrior... but off the field just an ordinary guy - Charvis. 772
ON THIS DAY. 218
ONE DIRECTION AT THE MILLENNIUM STADIUM; REVIEWS. 162
Pair accused of concert sex act 'chastened'. 273
Parking chief in misconduct case; NEWS IN BRIEF. 148
Pascoe a casualty after Reds review. 324
Pensioner gets life for historic child sex crimes. 453
POUND NOTES. 353
Prayers for rugby legend Jerry's baby girl; Hei maumaharatanga ki te tino hoa (in loving memory of a dear friend). 1214
Profits up PS335m but again no corporation tax paid. 300
QUICK QUIZ. 116
Referendum on English monarchy. 228
Restaurant closed after food poisoning hits at least seven people. 191
Royal Mail error floods house with 3,000 letters. 494
Rugby united in grief over Collins tragedy. 398
Rygbi Dan 20 yn fyw ar S4C; WELSH WATCH. 347
SATURDAY. 299
School head's work honoured with Leading Wales Award. Awards list 333
SKIERS stand to save. 123
Small firms want Government to cut red tape. 166
SOAP WATCH; Read on if you're looking for the latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and all your other favourite soaps... 736
Some figures in the rugby fraternity have the capacity to earn a special kind of respect... JERRY COLLINS 1980-2015. 430
Steel woekers vote to join other union members in action over pension plans. 555
Step outside... Eating outdoors is one of summer's special pleasures. Gabrielle Fagan reveals how to set a perfect table for al fresco feasts INTERIORS. 636
Stepping up property ladder getting easier for second move, says survey. 310
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 694
Stressed teachers take 47,000 days off sick due to workload; Workload pressures and teacher stress are serious and often overlooked issues in Wales' schools system. Owen Hathway, policy officer for NUT Cymru, paints an alarming picture of what's really happening in Welsh classrooms. 915
STYLE FILE. 366
SUNDAY. 293
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. 385
THE FIRST WORD Ceri Gould. 835
The night the city rocked. 656
THEY SAID WHAT? 223
THIS MUCH I KNOW Lynne Barrett-Lee. 752
THURSDAY. 284
Toll rises as Chinese cruise ship is recovered. 234
TONY LEWIS. 786
Top of the class; The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama has been ranked the UK's top drama college for the second time in three years. And is it any wonder when it produces such talented alumni as these 11 stars. 601
Trouble ahead for caravans. 125
TUESDAY. 323
TV antiques show heads for country park next month. 263
Vale council explain yourself. 345
Wales has a unique voice in the union; COMMENT. 490
Wales' young stars in last chance saloon. 433
We're reaping the reward of keeping the faith - Rambo; FOOTBALL. 1255
WEDNESDAY. 290
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 124
Why cheese is the bee's knees; Celebrate National Cheese Week with six recipes from three top Welsh chefs that will get your tastebuds tingling for all things fromage. Recipe 950
Y fam, y ferch a'r Ysbryd Glan; WELSH WATCH. 308
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 414
Yoga - it's not just for hippies in leotards all chanting Om, you know; A new festival is taking place this month and it's all about yoga. Rachel Mainwaring spoke to organiser Ellie La Trobe-Bateman about stretching, breathing and all things yoga... and why Wales needs a festival to celebrate it. 950

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