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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (September 1, 2018)

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'I definitely won't be watching it with my nan' It's been described as the most X-rated drama the BBC has aired, and one of the central characters is played by Welsh teenager Joe Hurst. But, the young man who'll reach a global audience when the series goes out on Netflix tells Amanda Powell how being an actor was never his plan... 2054
'I'm sure Ramsey will stay at the Emirates... but I'd love him here'. 372
'I've drunk homemade wine with Welsh Italians' Jamie Oliver and his best mate and mentor Gennaro Contaldo visited Cardiff this week to promote brandnew show, Jamie Cooks Italy - and its accompanying cookbook. Speaking to Kathryn Williams, the chef shares his love of the Welsh Italian connection. 983
'Immigrant system will work in UK interests'. 270
'Justice system is failing victims and offenders'. 564
'M4 tunnels bottleneck is a blockage on economy'. 525
'Our arms are open for you Naomi - we just want you back home so much'. 932
'We are endlessly fascinated in each other as humans' ARTS & CULTURE World-renowned Wales-based playwright and dramaturge Kaite O'Reilly brings a groundbreaking new production to Cardiff this September, writes Jenny White... 994
1 September 2018; SATURDAY. 231
2 September 2018; SUNDAY. 320
20% GCSEs at private schools get top grade. 253
3 September 2018; MONDAY. 259
4 September 2018; TUESDAY. 319
6 September 2018; THURSDAY. 300
7 September 2018; FRIDAY. 103
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 776
A match made in Devon; MIKE LOCKLEY feels right at home in a natural wonderland on the UK's doorstep. 1459
A meal; FOOD REVIEW Sarah Hughes visits a boutique hotel in Conwy which prides itself on serving the finest Welsh produce... 786
A true family affair; BOOKS Delving into her family history led Hay-based blockbusting author Barbara Erskine to write her latest spooky tale, explains Jenny White... AUTHOR'S NOTES. 933
Adopt a pet and shun the cruel breeders. 195
All you need to know about the Gunners' visit. 549
an equitable solution? [...]; Many people are considering letting their homes take care of them in retirement - here's what you need to know about equity release. 574
Back in the swing; POLITICS Politics in Wales and the UK is in for a rollercoaster autumn thanks to party leadership elections, bitter infighting and the continuing turmoil of Brexit. Political editor David Williamson runs the rule over what the coming months could bring... 1697
Boris and media have shameful standards. 224
BRAINTEASERS. 416
Brexit must be signed by November - Barnier. 678
British fishermen are endangering scallops. 149
Car driver dies after collision with lorry. 257
Cardiff artist's Dambusters to be gifted to museum. 119
Catalogue of the latest attempted scams in south Wales area. 510
City Deal spending PS1m a year on 'admin costs'. 442
Coca-Cola to acquire Costa Coffee in a PS3.9bn deal. 404
COMPLETE WITH ITS AVOCADO BATHROOM. 223
Concern as PS15bn Crossrail delayed; UK BULLETINS. 116
Cooke-ing up a classic; Olivia Cooke may be untrained, but that's done little to scupper her acting career. The rising TV and film star tells Gemma Dunn why she'll always hit her mark... 849
Council's action bid for electric vehicles. 359
Couple who ran 'only Welsh bar in Southern Hemisphere' call time. 688
Deaths. 244
Downing Street terror plotter jailed for 30 years. 760
Dragons need winning habit at home - Pearson. 390
Dream debut for North as double seals victory. 479
Economic value is determined by market. 204
Emery in fruit juice ban for his players. 408
Family devastated as boy dies of leukaemia days after his 'last Christmas'. 686
Flynn's thoughts back on league after Exiles' collapse in Carabao Cup. 362
Food couriers' demand for better pay and rights. 651
FOOTLOOSE AND FANCY THREE; THERESA BRADLEY takes her two daughters on a girls weekend in London. 1015
Frontline officers need Tasers - commissioner. 478
Full steam ahead for toy and train sale. 293
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 590
General Knowledge Quiz. 364
Geraint back on home roads in Tour of Britain. 971
Gething calls for female candidate to join Labour leader race. 346
Glamorgan in a spin as Patel inflicts defeat. 246
GREEN SCENE. 821
Gwneud marc oddi ar y maes. 565
Harries is new star for Blues, but they throw away spoils. 566
Headaches on horizon for Wales' next First Minister; Since Carwyn Jones announced his impending departure as First Minister, the Welsh Government has been preparing for a change of leader. Here, AM Mike Hedges outlines 10 pressing challenges he believes will face the new First Minister. 856
Henson at fly-half as Dragons look to begin new era with win; DRAGONS v BENETTON RODNEY PARADE 7.35pm. 435
Historic store set to close after 140 years. 305
Holi Catrin am gampau'r Cymry. 410
Homebase to shut a further 42 stores as retail misery continues. 252
House prices hit biggest monthly dip in six years. 244
How to avoid a when choosing nasty surprise your insurance; Taking out a policy is the first step - but it's vital to ensure it actually fits your needs. Vicky Shaw seeks some expert tips. 606
IN MY VIEW. 870
Injuries bite for Scarlets, but new boys set for bow; ULSTER v SCARLETS KINGSPAN STADIUM 5.15pm. 578
INSIDE TODAY... 159
KITCHEN IS A 1970S GEM. 365
La vie en rose will lose its cultural lustre as French falls out of fashion; CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR. 1607
Labour activists fear 'stitch-up' at party conference. Conference news 547
Light and dark; Three strong artistic voices come together at Ffin y Parc Gallery this month, writes Jenny White... 416
Man hands himself in to police after 'hit and run'. 170
Manning may enter NZ. 216
MARKET REPORT. 446
Mental illness damages economic productivity. 708
MILLWALL V SWANSEA... ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW. 373
Mo magic is a real tonic for England. 565
More cash to tackle rogue estate agents. 200
MORNING SERIAL. 366
Mourners' last respects to Queen of Soul Aretha. 640
MOVIE WATCH. 2513
New nationalists' links to importer of foreign knitwear. 365
Night of nostalgic classics from big band era; PREVIEW: The Nick Ross Orchestra present Glenn Miller, Grand Theatre, Swansea. 290
NO TROUBLE AT T'MILL. 603
ON DEMAND. 263
ON THIS DAY. 285
OPINION. 1528
OPINION. 756
OPINION. 993
Out with the old in with the new. 146
Parents appeal for safe return of teen. 256
Plans to turn Merthyr into centre of excellence with giant ski slope. 682
Plush Portmeirion mansion among the best of Airbnb. 475
POLICE ADVICE... WHAT TO DO IF YOU'RE TARGETED. 123
POUND NOTES. 427
PRO14's back but who'll be smiling this season? 941
QUIZ. 108
Rheon criticises council for not flying LGBT flag. 226
SOAP WATCH. 841
Star chef reveals he ploughed PS13m of his own cash into restaurants. 605
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 811
STYLE FILE. 370
Summer heatwave sets price of Welsh properties soaring. 843
Superb savings must end soon; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 318
Swans hierarchy fail to be loan arrangers - Potter's set to suffer. 840
Taking the hot seat; STAR WATCH Idris Elba has been hotly tipped to take over as 007 from Daniel Craig, but he is more focused on a different role altogether - his directorial debut Yardie. He tells Laura Harding why he wanted to take a seat in the director's chair, how his childhood in Hackney inspired his film and what he wants to do next... 900
The A-Z of renovations; Thinking about embarking on a 'project'? CLAIRE SPREADBURY reveals everything you'll need to know before you get started. 1453
The best pizzas in Wales right now; FOOD AND DRINK Prolong the summer feeling with a taste of Italy across restaurants in Wales. Kathryn Williams takes her pick of the best pizzas... 1308
The rusty old loco given a magical new life; Amid the unbridled magic and stunning effects of the Harry Potter films, a red locomotive - the Hogwarts Express - provided a glimpse of the romantic age of steam to millions of moviegoers. But, as Dave Owens reports, the gleaming engine has an unlikely back story that stretches back to a lonely locomotives' graveyard in Wales... 2082
THEY SAID WHAT? 251
Thousands complain to Ofcom about TV 'punch'. 125
Threat of relegation looming as season starts; PRINCIPALITY PREMIERSHIP. 430
Three hospitals at 'almost permanent' crisis levels. 627
Three Windrush generation dead; UK BULLETINS. 112
Tips on selecting an estate agent who suits all your requirements; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 492
Top telly for autumnal cwtching; After a sunshine-filled summer, the nights are growing longer and it's time to draw the curtains, snuggle up on the sofa and enjoy the best of the TV networks' autumn schedules. From drama to dancing, there's something for all. Here are our highlights of the small screen... 1321
Top-class treats for schoolkids; FOOD & DRINK Marion McMullen does her homework to find some gold-star after-school recipes... r. Recipe 596
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 247
Trump's Chinese trade war could run and run; AND ONE MORE THING... Reprint 886
Tymor newydd o Rownd a Rownd. 371
WAKING THE MED; Been on your holidays to the Mediterranean this year? HANNAH STEPHENSON offers seven ways to bring a touch of the region to your own garden. 939
Wales' World Cup hopes hang by a thread after painful defeat. 583
Warning as fraudsters pose as police officers and tax officials; Scammers have been targeting people across south Wales by pretending to be police officers and tax officials. Nino Williams looks at the latest spate of incidents - and finds out the best advice on how to thwart the con artists. 474
Warnock on... Premier life, home comforts and gunning for Arsenal. 1034
WEDNESDAY 5 September 2018. 310
Welsh Labour needs a dose of democracy. 382
What goes on behind closed doors; ARTS & CULTURE A new theatre production touring Wales this autumn shines the spotlight on domestic abuse with the aim of raising awareness and inspiring change, writes Jenny White... 1124
When came the Wild West to the Valleys; It was supposed to bring a touch of Wild West glamour to the former coalfields of south Wales - but within just weeks of opening in Blaenrhondda, the Western World theme park shut down. Now all that remains are memories and photographs of the short-lived venture, as Tyler Mears reports... 873
Win a holiday by rating yours; Take a few minutes to tells us about your holiday experiences and a fantastic prize could be yours, says Travel Editor, PAUL COLE. 512
Winter warmers; See you later summer - winter is coming and it's looking hot. 680
Wonga to be wound down following its collapse. 238
Word on the web. Travel narrative 132
WRU bosses should remember their place. 294
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 422

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