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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 16, 2016)

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'I want the audience to suffer' He's a master at making great-looking movies for very little money. But only Chris Crow could convince cinemagoers that a warehouse in Splott was actually a lighthouse in the Irish Sea, writes Nathan Bevan. 936
'Kitchen is reminder of places we've been' ROOM my favourite. 662
'Mantais y Gymraeg wrth chwarae rygbi saith' - Robinson. 426
'Parents sensible not to employ men for childcare' - Leadsom. 276
'The driver was cutting through people just 10ft away'. 347
'The worst moment of my life' - Brit tourist tells of panic. 328
'We stand with the solidarity and spirit people of France in at this darkest hour'. 1568
'Wicked' thief stole from his cancer patient mother-in-law. 555
'Workout fad means more joint problems in young'. 207
14 held and drugs seized in four raids. 173
18 years for ex-detective who raped two women. 553
622: The traditional. 258
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 788
A little bit of summer on the horizon. 349
Academics make bees' accents their buzzyness. 246
Alarm as universities lose students from EU. 374
Arlene eyes Strictly. 113
Arts in the right place; ENTERTAINMENT II Phil George, Chair of the Arts Council of Wales, wants to feed the hunger for Welsh arts to make Wales an even more creative place. 1144
B&B up for grabs. 320
Bastille Day lorry massacre leaves 84 dead and hundreds wounded in Nice. 1059
Bastille Day massacre latest in growing tale of terror in France; French president Francois Hollande said yesterday 'all of France... is under the threat of Islamic terrorism'and the country has been in a state of emergency for more than six months. The timeline here shows the attacks on French soil since 2012 that have been claimed by or attributed to Islamic extremists... Chronology 806
Be bold in your bathroom. 367
Blow for Corbyn as Stevens switches her allegiance to Smith. 838
BOE chief economist paints bleak Brexit picture. 280
Cardiff's Marshall eyed by THETIGERs. 507
Cause without a rebel; Simon Callow isn't a rebel but he does have a cause - or two. The actor, writer, musician and director tells Keeley Bolger why he relates to his disgruntled new character. 981
City no limits; Welcome to City Road... the street where Wales welcomes the world. 514
Corbyn charisma contest a charade. 310
Davies determined to make a real splash in Rio; Olympics 2016: Countdown to the Games We continue our look at Welsh sports stars destined for the Rio 2016 Olympics with a profile of swimmer Georgia Davies, the backstroke expert who is preparing for what will be her second Games after savouring the London 2012 experience. This time around, the Swansea star hopes to go one better and atleast reach the final... 460
Deaths. 1520
DESIGN THERAPY. 460
Don't succumb to royal blandishments. 161
Donaldson weathers Open storm to make cut. 797
Downsizers risk cash 'nightmare'. 387
Driver was known to police for domestic violence. 277
Drunken gang lewdly harassed woman and abused train staff. 344
Eight of capital's leisure centres to be privately run. 669
FIVE FABULOUS ... budget tablets. 102
Five years after that wake-up call there's still some way to go; School standards in Wales hit the headlines again this week after comments made by the nation's chief inspector. Education Editor Gareth Evans explains why we should be concerned. 929
France is united and will be stronger than terrorists after attack, pledges ambassador. 777
FRIDAY. 274
Froome extends lead after time-trial performance. 493
Gethin's game: Six Nations triumph in 2005 was my finest moment... but I still regret my Lions low; RUGBY UNION. 1294
Glamorgan lose in Newport. 289
GREEN scene; The Outdoor Space. 763
Grub's up for the boys; As Channel 4 prepares to dish up another Friday Night Dinner, on-screen brothers Simon Bird and Tom Rosenthal chat to Gemma Dunn about quirks, keeping things professional and the serious side of comedy. 832
Gwasanaeth 'sioe amaeth heb ei ail o orau'r byd'. 530
Hanging with the in crowd; A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched for a book festival in the Welsh capital. 704
Holidaymakers pay price of Brexit. 310
How Obama made the Swans late for training! 272
How the times they are a-changing; A lot's happened since we last had a female Prime Minister... Nathan Bevan digs out 16 pictures which illustrate how Wales has changed since 1979. 599
Hundreds turn out to pay tribute to murdered Labour MP Jo Cox. 409
Hurdler Rhys fails in appeal. 157
IN MY VIEW. 291
Investing in an uncertain future; Public affairs consultancy Deryn looks at how our post-Brexit political world affects Wales as the Assembly breaks for summer. 763
It's a girl! Baby joy for the Warburtons. 211
Jagger to be father again at age of 72. 214
Liam aims to be top of the bill. 205
Man jailed after obscene message to Plaid leader. 174
Man jailed for 1997 murder; UK BULLETINS. 122
MARKET on the. 493
MARKET REPORT. 434
May 'willing to listen to options' as Scots bid to keep EU links. 772
MEEA Project gives minority ethnic elders a new lease of life. 196
Meet old shipmates for fellowship. 302
MONDAY. 293
MORNING SERIAL. 411
MOVIE WATCH I. 2055
MOVIE WATCH III. 586
Nice 'a jihadist breeding ground for years'. 373
O'N i wedi meddwl fod [...]. 578
OPINION. 781
Optometrist guilty of boy's manslaughter; UK& WORLD. 420
Our outsider has true grit, and ideas to carry the day; Could Pontypridd MP Owen Smith defeat Jeremy Corbyn and take over as leader of the Labour Party? Chief Reporter Martin Shipton assesses his chances ader es. 652
Out To Play 2016 style, but a flat battery's the end of the virtual world. 1192
PICTURE THIS... 139
Political choice is a thing of the past. 487
POUND NOTES. 294
Preparations start for independent inquiry into M4 Relief Road options. 394
Protect yourself against financial scams; From fraudsters targeting your pension pot to criminals swiping your details online, it pays to be scam aware as Vicky Shaw reports... 715
Pushing the boat out in Bermuda; Next year, Bermuda will host the prestigious America's Cup yacht race. JAMES EDGAR visits the Caribbean island to try his hand at sailing. 1201
QUICK QUIZ. 135
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 139
Reading the leaves; THE FOLIAGE OF A PLANT CAN TELL YOU A LOT ABOUT ITS HEALTH AND HELP CORRECT NUTRIENT PROBLEMS. 673
Remembering Mametz Wood; The National Library commemorates the bravery of Welsh soldiers with a programme of centenary events to remember the Battle of Mametz Wood. 831
Ruins to be demolished with bodies still inside. 349
Russian student and American father and son among the massacre victims. 317
S4C yn dathlu seremoni Llyfr y Flwyddyn. 411
SATURDAY. 301
SEA, SAND AND COOL CULTURE; The Algarve has something for everyone, says CLAIRE MILLER. 879
Sherlock creator Moffat says next series could be the last. 264
Shop around to find the best holiday deals; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY From organising a holiday from scratch, to avoiding data roaming charges, Principality Building Society's Senior Savings Products Manager, Kate Murray, shares her advice on planning for a cost-effective holiday that won't break the bank. 552
Sloppy English is now an epidemic. 160
SOAP WATCH. 773
Stormy times for former leaders; WORLD BULLETINS. 101
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 656
STYLE FILE YVONNE JONES. 350
Summer in the billionaires' playground; Antibes makes you feel like a million dollars whatever your budget, writes JUSTIN CONNOLLY. 1230
SUNDAY. 291
The Accumulator Quiz. 459
The attack in France is an attack on us all; COMMENT. 496
The best foodie pubs in North Wales; These places are among the best in the region, according to the Good Pub Guide, and have all won food awards. 1182
The day a government ministry disappeared; A new book lifts the lid on the strange case of the disappearing Ministry of Food during the dark days of World War II in 1940... the whole government department upped sticks and moved to Colwyn Bay. 987
The skills challenge in the nation's workplace. 813
The summer hols... one day at a time; The summer holidays are almost upon us, meaning six weeks of no school runs and time to relax. But knowing what to do and how to fill your time isn't always that easy. So we've done the hard work for you. Here is our day-by-day guide on how to fill those long summer days in Wales. 3316
There's just four days left to vote. 253
THEY SAID WHAT? 238
They're back and digging your scene; PREVIEW: The Blow Monkeys, St Donat's Castle, Llantwit Major. 321
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 765
THURSDAY. 300
Town's new maritime attraction is unveiled. 434
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 240
TUESDAY. 371
Turkish military claims it has seized government. 418
University honours for football mastermind. 473
Wales must learn to be 80-minute men - Gethin. 334
Wales star Bradshaw makes Barnsley move; WELSH FOOTBALL. 216
We must remain a strong European player despite Brexit, says BT chief. 1011
WEDNESDAY. 285
Well, chocs away chaps! It's the mouth-watering news we've all been waiting for as the date is announced for the official opening of Swansea's chocolate kebab house. 244
Welsh police force latest to take up use of drones to help fight against crime. 207
Word on the web; European students cancel places at Welsh university after Brexit vote. 161
Would signing a striker like this make the kind of splash the Swans need? 935
Wrexham's Rhyl friendly date; WELSH FOOTBALL. 210
Yasir makes up for Amir's misfortune. 355

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