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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 20, 2019)

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'A fan asked me to strangle her' - Killing Eve's Jodie. 266
'Drink-drive' crash causes chaos on bridge. 134
'I now go for more than 10 hours a day without seeing or speaking to anybody at all' FEATURE Inside lonely Wales: The stories of six people who feel isolated in the modern world. Our social affairs correspondent Will Hayward hears their stories. 2110
'I've got a huge admiration for that generation of women' WEEK WATCH Last year, the first part of spin-off The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco - starring Julie Graham as former World War II code-breaker Jean - aired on ITV. The actress tells Georgia Humphreys why she loves the role, and discusses the changing landscape of television. 666
'If I met the girl who saved my life, I'd give her the biggest hug'. 697
'It's really scary to want something for yourself' STAR WATCH Jessie Buckley plays a young mum in Glasgow desperate to make it as a Country singer in new film Wild Rose. She sits down with Laura Harding to explain why fighting for what you want can be scary. 928
...And they call it puppy love. 1010
20 April 2019; SATURDAY. 336
21 April 2019; SUNDAY. 329
22 April 2019; MONDAY. 243
23 April 2019; TUESDAY. 296
26 April 2019; FRIDAY. 300
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 911
A fun, colourful introduction to the opera; BOOKS children's faces when they heard an operatic voice A new children's release from Graffeg introduces a writing and illustrating dream team. Jenny White finds out more. 1067
A new chapter; Welsh international art curator Karen MacKinnon has taken the helm at Glynn Vivian Gallery in Swansea. She told Jenny White about her plans. 1477
Ace views and some excellent puddings in Rudry; FOOD REVIEW Karen Price heads to the Maenllwyd Inn near Caerphilly for some pub grub with a view. 790
AM urged to cut ties with anti-gay pastor. 417
Amputee off to Orlando for world cheerleading competition. 310
Ancient treasures have fascinating stories to tell; SOME OF THE BOOKS IN THE COLLECTION. 781
Appealing a parking fine is really simple but don't delay; YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. 635
Attacks on NHS workers surge to new high in Wales; Concern as attacks on Welsh hospital staff reach record high. 795
BIG-MATCH GUIDE. 540
Bluebirds are as big as Barcelona. 871
BRAINTEASERS. 325
Can you really trust reviews? With consumers often being offered incentives for early reviews, Which? finds some products don't live up to their ratings. 561
Cancer-hit mum delayed her treatment to take on Everest. 626
Cardiff Airport logs rise in number of passengers. 521
Cathedrals are cherished by all, so long live Notre Dame; CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 1212
Colleagues remember journalist of 'courage and integrity'. 391
Cracking ideas for Easter; Planning to do some Easter entertaining? GABRIELLE FAGAN reveals simple decor displays and finishing touches to bring the occasion to life. 1295
Creu 'Bordor Brexit' yn yr ardd. 398
Dame Emma cheers on activists at climate protest. 669
Day-trippers make most of sunshine. 398
Defiant Trump in Twitter attack on ex-advisers. 319
Devoted couple in suicide pact after cancer diagnosis. 469
Doctors fail to bite as overworked GP tweets rash job advert. 235
Drivers on hay fever tablets risk drugs fines. 446
Employment skills scheme gets nearly PS2m in EU funding. 304
Family 'lose everything' in fatal blaze at home. 573
Farewell to dad who sold tickets to his own funeral. Obituary 274
GAIR I GALL. 598
General Knowledge Quiz. 378
GREEN SCENE. 791
Hospital violence must be eradicated. 364
Hospital visiting is tough without a car. 121
HUGHTON'S BATTLE CALL. 195
Hunt appalled at global plight of persecuted Christians. 341
Huw yn dathlu. 347
Images that showcase the Women of Newport; Women of Newport is an exhibition by photographer Kamila Jarczak and focuses on some of the brilliant residents of Wales' third-largest city. Joshua Knapman reports. 1284
IN MY VIEW; REVIEW. 759
INSIDE TODAY... 217
Journalist, 29, shot dead during 'orchestrated plot to kill police'. 887
Labour deletes its Passover message; UK BULLETINS. 103
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 235
Lender reports a 40% rise in revenue for Q1. Financial report 209
Let's face down the EU, we will survive. 203
Madine says he wants to stay at Blades. 297
Magical Welsh is so perfectly descriptive. 170
Man seriously ill after taking pills linked to death of teen. 436
Man, 74, fights for life after being shot with crossbow. 421
McBurnie at the double as Swans battle back for win; SWANSEA McBurnie (36, 79), McKay (50), Byers (69) ROTHERHAM Ihiekwe (10), Crooks (38), Vaulks (83) 4 3. 893
Mickey's so fine as he fires up County; NEWPORT CTY................3 BURY..................................1. 273
Moratorium on death penalty is sign of progress in California; Dr Cherrie Short looks at how California governor Gavin Newsom's moratorium on capital punishment is part of efforts to widen the policy gap between his state and the rhetoric of President Trump... Dmg. 792
MORNING SERIAL. 341
MOVIE WATCH. 2406
ON DIGITAL. 268
On the trail of snails; THE MOLLUSCS ARE COMING... SO PREPARE TO FIGHT THEM OFF WITH AN ECO-FRIENDLY ARMOURY. 798
ON THIS DAY. 267
ONE-OFF WONDER. 600
OPINION. 1099
OPINION; KATIE SANDS Katie Sands is a Merthyr-born award-winning journalist-turned-sports writer who is proud to call Wales her home. 903
Outdoor entertaining this Easter; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 322
phroblemau plau. 459
Ponty keep slim hopes alive by hurting Cardiff 's; PONTYPRIDD..................... 28 CARDIFF ............................. 19. 499
POUND NOTES. 357
Pupils' verbal and physical abuse on rise, say teachers. 446
Radical plans may pit Welsh regions against English clubs. 1492
Rare historic photograph to be sold at Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 629
Rebuild Notre Dame to serve everyone. 131
SAFETY FIRST; From stair gates to non-slip mats and locking the oven, there's lots you can do to make your home more baby-friendly, says LUKE RIX-STANDING. 1223
Seven financial tips if you're expecting; MONEY FACT. 162
Snake-bite alert to dog owners; NEWS IN BRIEF. 152
Soak it all up in some of the best beer gardens in Wales; The weather forecast for this weekend is looking good so make the most of the Easter sunshine with a visit to one of these Welsh beer gardens. 1670
SOAP WATCH; Read on if you're looking for the latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and all your other favourite soaps... 825
Social media giants react to anti-racism boycott. 184
Star 'warned about being too outspoken'. 285
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 511
STYLE FILE. 323
Superstar Sam gives PS10k to Velindre in latest drive for charity. 452
Teens' animal ban after torturing and butchering pet chicken. 209
The great outdoors and a little Island life; There are so many beautiful places to explore in Wales - including some hidden islands. Nathan Bevan finds out more about them. 1240
The life of a shepherd; A moving tale of an ageing Welsh shepherd is brought to life in theatres across Wales this spring, writes Jenny White. 1068
The tale of a little engine saved by a love of steam; FEATURE Jessie is a steam locomotive unlike any other. Saved from the scrapheap more than 50 years ago, the former industrial engine has led an incredible life. As she returns home to Wales, David Owens charted her amazing journey. 2720
THEY SAID WHAT? 292
Thieves steal furniture worth thousands. 291
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 766
THURSDAY; 25 April 2019. 329
Tighten up now on 'man's best friend'. 157
Tom's ton condemns Glam to heavy defeat. 388
Town where community values still run deep; Social affairs correspondent Will Hayward meets some of the locals who are proud to call the LynfiValley home. 4477
Transporter bridge a terrific installation. 246
Treat blackspot now for healthy plants; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 218
Two women die in swimming tragedy; UK BULLETINS. 143
Views of the coast; The Welsh coastline is the inspiration behind the latest show at Cardiff's Albany Gallery, writes Jenny White. 620
Walking with giants in The Big Apple; STEVE WOLLASTON enjoys the trip of a lifetime to new york city. 1434
WEDNESDAY; 24 April 2019. 260
Welsh and Breton are very near neighbours. 183
Welsh technology wizard wins place on Ofcom's board. 462
What price love in later life? TRICIA PHILLIPS doesn't want to sound unromantic, but there can be many financial pitfalls to negotiate if you remarry in retirement. 785
Wind-farm road closures possible. 175
Word on the web. 138
Working smarter, not harder, may help boost productivity. 798
WREXHAM............................................... 1 SUTTON UNITED.....................................0. 207
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 423

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