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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 7, 2019)

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'Dementia is a big black hole for us all' Glenda Jackson returns to TV screens for the first time in more than 25 years to star in new BBC drama Elizabeth Is Missing, which follows one woman's struggle with dementia. Georgia Humphreys finds out more... Georgia Humphreys 962
'I now have a Firw And Desire Buring inside me to put a life together for me and my family; Drug addiction became 'a demented death wish' - but Cameron Douglas credits stepmother Catherine Zeta-Jones with helping turn his life around, discovers Gabrielle Fagan... 1316
'I saw victim trapped and then knifed'. MARCUS HUGHES Reporter marcus.hughes@walesonline.co.uk 440
'Mae Ratcliffe yn llawn potensial'. 406
'Quality jobs' less likely in Swansea; NEWS IN BRIEF. 102
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 827
A voice from the Valleys. 291
Alfie sets sights on Aberdeen for Sport Relief fundraiser. 321
Alleged neo-Nazi granted bail. HENRY VAUGHAN newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 319
Amser heriol i Jim yng Nghwmderi. 487
Appeal date set in Emiliano Sala payment row. 264
Artist's paintings 'missing after gallery disappears'. LAURA CLEMENTS Reporter laura.clements@walesonline.co.uk 395
ASK DIARMUID. 167
Aston Martin opens Welsh factory. neil lancefield newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 170
Baby Jesus missing as thief raids market crib. 220
Back on home shores; WEEK WATCH Laura Fraser, 43, stars in Traces, a new crime thriller set in the world of forensic science in Dundee, Scotland. She discusses the role, plus her varied career, with Gemma Dunn... 726
Barriers to nurturing a flourishing tech sector. DYLAN JONES-EVANS 767
Best bus driver in Wales; Keith Thomas at the wheel. 263
Blue Christmas likely, say ahead in polls, but election experts, as Tories remain may still throw up shocks. Ruth Mosalski 1845
BLUEBIRDS V BARNSLEY (3PM, TODAY). 349
Blues see red over Ospreys' 'disrespectful' ad showing Anscombe at Arms Park. JON DOEL newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 454
BRAINTEASERS. 377
Bring out the beef; Forget the turkey, try out these beef recipes this Christmas instead... Recipe 1022
Brothers in case of 'worst neglect seen' lose appeal. ROBERT HARRIES Reporter robert.harries@walesonline.co.uk 468
C'MON REF Nigel Owens. Nigel Owens 1756
Cael blas ar ochr arall y sgript; WELSH WATCH. 363
Car park to be free over winter. 205
Christmas in the garden. 3505
Cooper coy on potential deal for ace Brewster. IAN MITCHELMORE Football writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 554
Corbyn and Johnson clash over Brexit in television debate. GAVIN CORDON, CATHERINE WYLIE and GEORGE RYAN newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1427
Corbyn in Wales this weekend for election campaign. 327
Council wastes cash while residents suffer. 149
Curtain up on lasting passion for theatre at the Christmas panto. CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR 1184
Cwtch up for Christmas; AUTHOR'S NOTES She's best known for her Princess Evie books, but now Sarah KilBride has penned a book about the Welsh 'cwtch',' writes Jenny White... 1060
Dementia patient move distress. BRANWEN JONES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 318
Disgust as mum-to-be is refused use of toilet. 219
Don't use freedoms to fritter away your pensions; Savers now have more control says TRICIA PHILLIPS, but must use this power wisely. TRICIA PHILLIPS 1029
EXPERT OPINION. YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE 257
Extinction the cost of holidays abroad. 196
FAB FOUR. 809
Fabulous family food; Celebrity foodie Michela Chiappa's new show Our Food, Our Family sees her travel across Wales in search of top-secret family recipes. Here, we've got some of her favourite dishes for you to try out at home... Recipe 770
Families 'left out of pocket' over scheme. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor abbie.wightwick@walesonline.co.uk 622
Farmers hit out at 'biased' BBC over 'anti-meat' documentary. JEZ HEMMING newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 554
Festive treats for the family; ARTS & CULTURE Looking for a family-friendly Christmas show with a twist? Jenny White rounds up three highly original festive shows running this month... 1320
FOOD & DRINK Fill yourself up with Christmas cheer; Wine writer Neil Cammies invites you to grab a glass and have some fun with our favourite drop. 1193
FRIDAY; 13 December 2019. 307
Funding for a new chapter; After health problems sparked a flurry of work, painter Helen Booth has received two prestigious grant awards, writes Jenny White... 338
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. GAIR I GALL 603
Gang carried out scores of burglaries across 70 homes. JASON EVANS Reporter jason.evans@walesonline.co.uk 578
General Knowledge Quiz. 324
GREEN SCENE. WITH LYNNE ALLBUTT 860
Harris is quick things change to mark his mark as for Bluebirds squad. GLEN WILLIAMS Football Writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 1448
House closed down as neighbours' lives 'hell'. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 448
I can move Britain into top gear - Johnson. 280
I won't stop Bale golfing - Zidane. 279
IN MY VIEW. Kathryn Williams 679
INSIDE TODAY... 191
It's a Bobby dazzler for boss Keates. 352
Italian is banned for biting. 260
Jenkins joins Six Nations battlers as he misses derbies. ANDY HOWELL Rugby correspondent andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 851
JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 201
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 268
LAURAMCALLISTER; OPINION Laura McAllister is a sports mad academic from Bridgend. She is professor at Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre and former captain of the Wales women's international football team. 1464
Ledley in deal with Charlton. 294
Left in cold by Gatland, but Evans won't give up on his Wales dream. MARK ORDERS Rugby correspondent mark.orders@walesonline.co.uk 929
Licence fee protest pensioner has her car confiscated. ROBERT HARRIES Reporter robert.harries@walesonline.co.uk 614
Lifestyle choices? They're just high-interest loans in drag; YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. JAMES WALKER 604
LIVE TO EAT. 1228
LUST FOR POWDER; CHRISTINA SAVVAS SAYS RETURNING TO SKIING IN THE FRENCH ALPS IS JUST LIKE RIDING A BIKE - YOU NEVER FORGET HOW IT'S DONE. CHRISTINA SAVVAS 1368
Make it plain if you don't want Corbyn. 148
MARKET REPORT. 430
McKenzie called up in bid to end losing run. 399
MONDAY; 9 December 2019. 305
MORNING SERIAL. 355
MOVIE WATCH. 2386
My life with Harry Potter; He played Ron Weasley's brother Percy in the hit film franchise and owes his career to JK Rowling's wizard drama. Now settled in Wales, Chris Rankin talks to Anna Lewis about Harry, walking his dogs and his 'pet' am-dram project... FEATURE. 1697
ON DEMAND. 253
ON THIS DAY. 220
OPINION THIS MUCH I KNOW. Lynne Barrett-Lee 819
PICTURE THIS... 136
Political pioneers; With painstaking research - and the General Election less than a week away - Ivor Rees has profiled Wales' first women parliamentary candidates in a fascinating tribute to their extraordinary work and legacy...FEATURE. 4821
POUND NOTES. 318
Preparing for overnight guests; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 301
Primark's owner bullish over prospect for growth. 264
Probation service apologises after 'evil' sex attacker's spree. EMILY PENNINK newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 554
Putting photography on the high street; ARTS & CULTURE A new gallery is bringing photography and new creative possibilities to Chepstow, writes Jenny White... 620
Santa abused by villagers; NEWS IN BRIEF. 106
SATURDAY; 7 December 2019. 313
School closes as staff and pupils ill. 173
Senior diplomat quits over Government's Brexit 'half-truths' frustration. 263
Shops continue to cut prices to woo customers. 164
Singer mugged after stepping in to aid pensioner. 288
SOAP WATCH. 758
Splott's where it's at for TV's Visage. 322
St Athan raring to go as car factory gears up. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 866
Stobart saved after PS55m rescue sale is approved. 296
SUNDAY; 8 December 2019. 329
SWANS FACING TOUGH TRIP TO BAGGIES. 277
Teen threw little boy off Tate Modern's balcony 'to be on TV'. RYAN HOOPER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 325
The art of beauty; GALLERIES. 314
The art of nature. 138
The cheeky bamboo that belongs in your loo; ADVERTISING FEATURE BAMBOO IS THE MAGIC INGREDIENT IN THE CHEEKY PANDA'S 'GREEN' TISSUES AND WIPES. 442
The truth about our foodbanks; Liz Perkins visits a foodbank in Swansea and uncovers the desperate stories of people relying on food handouts this Christmas... Liz Perkins 963
The world of election leaflets like Wild West. 411
THEY SAID WHAT? 184
THURSDAY; 12 December 2019. 277
Top brass know boss' thoughts on player deals. IAN MITCHELMORE Football writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 350
Toulon may be ready to allow Webb an exit. MARK ORDERS Rugby correspondent mark.orders@walesonline.co.uk 498
TUESDAY. 244
VALLEY PARADE 3pm [...]. 323
Value the whistle-blowers, their integrity is an example to us all; Dr Cherrie Short on the value of whistle-blowers and the danger of moves to identify key players in the current presidential impeachment inquiry Dt. Dr Cherrie 904
Wales is being treated with utter contempt. 392
Wales must be ready for industry's future. 390
Wales stars return for regional duty in Europe. BEN JAMES Rugby writer ben.james@walesonline.co.uk 914
WALKING IN A WINTER WONDERLAND; NISHA MAL makes a festive foray to the Christmas markets of the Tyrol. NISHA MAL 963
WEDNESDAY; 11 December 2019. 285
Where has empathy gone in politics? AND ONE MORE THING... sara robinson 947
Winter's wonders; As the weather gets colder you can still warm up your garden with much needed colour from these perennials. 727
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 358

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