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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 6, 2019)

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'Far-right radio station is operating from Wales'. 1046
'Geraint yw'r ffefryn i ennill'. 479
'It's about power, it's about control' Babou Ceesay and Jill Halfpenny lead the cast of BBC's latest drama Dark Money - and it's certainly a thought-provoking watch. The stars chat to Georgia Humphreys about the show's themes, filming dark scenes and the difficult decision their characters face STAR WATCH. 994
'The 1960s was an important time, a time of awakening among young people in Wales' FEATURE He was the anti-royal leader of the campaign against the Investiture of the Prince of Wales in 1969. Now a new S4C documentary tells the story of the impact of the fight and the death threats made against folk singer and activist Dafydd Iwan. Martin Shipton reports... 1942
'The first priority is, of course, to protect life' While we're enjoying the brief heat of summer in Wales, more than 4,000 miles away in temperatures which exceed 40 degrees, preparations are in full swing for the 2022 football World Cup. Amanda Powell has been talking to a former senior police officer from Wales who's advising the Qatari government on security for the event... 1795
11,500 people paying Gary Lineker salary. 107
7 July 2019; SUNDAY. 152
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 790
8 July 2019; MONDAY. 241
A joyful stroll through time where we can live the lives of our ancestors; St Fagans National Museum of History has just won a PS100k prize as the 2019 Art Fund Museum of the Year. Carolyn Hitt explains why the site is so enchanting CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 1211
A sunny romance; Wonderful food, sunshine and romance - Jenny White has found the perfect book to pack for your summer holidays... AUTHOR'S NOTES. 1242
A tale of loneliness; A new play highlights what it's like to be lonely in old age, with members of a housing association taking on the acting roles, writes Jenny White. 742
A tangled web; After a tragic turn in Avengers: Endgame, Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon and Jake Gyllenhaal run riot in Europe in the new film Spider-Man: Far From Home. They sit down with Laura Harding to talk about the lighter side of Marvel. 948
A taste of Ceylon; Jessica Walford drops into the opening night of the Coconut Tree in Cardiff, the city's new Sri Lankan street food restaurant... FOOD REVIEW. 1003
A woman's work. 365
Acts of incorporation are easy to research. 170
Alarm as UK productivity figures continue decline. 423
ASK DIARMUID. 176
Baldwin the loan ranger signs deal for Dragons. 366
Be smart if you're bulk buying. to beat Brexit; Discount deals and Brexit uncertainty are encouraging us to buy more, but be savvy if you want to avoid waste later on, warns VICKY SHAW. 672
Beautiful gardens are woefully neglected. 169
Boris gets my vote because he's determined to do far more for Wales - RT Davies; Here,Wales'FORMERTORYLEADERANDREWRTDAVIEs explains why he is supporting Boris Johnson in the race to become the next Prime Minister. 704
Boris scorns no-deal block warnings over as 'red herring'. 816
BRAINTEASERS. 385
BREAK THE RULES AND GO BOHO... Stylist and interiors free spirit Fifi O'Neill has travelled the world in search of looks for her new book. GABRIELLE FAGAN takes a look. 1276
Brexit issues will dominate hustings. 411
British pensioners treated abominably. 325
C'MON REF; OPINION. 891
Charles is regaled in the spirit of Christmas past. 430
Cipriani set for just one shot at sealing an England World Cup slot. 500
City council plans to buy leisure site for arena. 593
Coach hopes to piece together 'Sam' solution. 417
Complainant drops Spacey 'grope' case. 410
Conservative voters undecided. 104
County the top guzzler of personal transport fuel. 263
Dancing through the weekend. 455
DERBY GO FOR COCU TO REPLACE LAMPARD. 187
Dettori in tribute to 'larger-than-life' McCririck. 280
Do you earn enough to get on the ladder? Research suggests first-time buyers need an average household income of PS54,400 to buy property in major cities. VICKY SHAW takes a closer look at those figures. 539
Eco-retreat finally given planning permission. 583
Economy? Money is thrown down drain. 225
ENJOYING FERN BRITAIN; Introduced here 200 years ago, tree ferns are a great way to go sub-tropical in the UK. 527
Family's tribute after tragic death of rail worker. 380
Figures see drop in number of short-term migrants in Wales. 298
Finance can help a growing business flourish. 918
Former royal butler jailed for sexually abusing boy. 447
Fraudster pays back savings to avoid jail. 536
FRIDAY. 301
GAIR I GALL. 594
General Knowledge Quiz. 387
Give army veterans interviews, urges councillor. 176
Glam wait on Marsh following arm break. 413
GOING ALL IN; NICK LAVIGUEUR goes all-inclusive in Turkey and says it's ideal for families watching their budget. 906
Good Evan bags overdue Welsh win at Wimbledon. 740
GOTHIC SPLENDOUR. 1052
GREEN SCENE. 680
Gwledd o ganu o bedwar ban byd. 242
Hoff trowels on the charm at building site. 350
How a deprived community is reputation We feel segregated and marginalised by this wall from the rest of Cardiff; Statistics can paint a picture of a place but the people there reveal a very different story. Will Hayward reports on the heart of the Cardiff suburb of Butetown. 4148
How to save on your summer wardrobe; MONEY FACT. 160
Howling with laughter; Former journalist Lorna Prichard has brought laughter to Wales with her Howl stand-up nights - and now she's hosting a clutch of Edinburgh Fringe previews. Jenny White found out more. 432
I'm in a good place and I just want to get going... Thomas on his Tour defence. 757
INSIDE TODAY... 237
Into the beyond; To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, BBC Two is bringing the story of the Apollo 11 mission to life in one-off drama 8 Days: To The Moon And Back. We chat to Rufus Wright, who portrays Neil Armstrong, about his role in the drama... 807
Jackett desperate to keep Lowe. 222
Keep plants well fed and watered; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 170
Kirsty Young steps down from Desert Island Discs. 570
Kylie number one with greatest hits; NEWS IN BRIEF. 176
LADIES DERBY JOY AT EPSOM FOR WELSH RIDER LLEWELLYN. 250
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 266
LAURA McALLISTER; 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. 1450
Leadership hopefuls in Wales for hustings with Tory party members. 564
Leali'ifano in line for World Cup comeback after leukemia battle. 581
Legal Briefing a column for the; In a column for the Western Mail, solicitor Juliet Phillips - James casts her expert eye over a range of legal matters and urges anyone with any questions or problems to come forward for help. Column 312
Make sure you're wired for safety its; It's easy to never give the electrics a second thought, but potentially dangerous warning signs should never be ignored. By LISA SALMON. 735
MARKET REPORT. 345
Met pride, Barry vow to learn from loss; EUROPA LEAGUE. 407
MORNING SERIAL. 356
MOVIE WATCH. 2468
Murphy pledges his future to Cardiff amid move links. 283
New rise planned for council tax. 264
Now the heat is on... Dig out the barbie and conjure up these simple but delicious recipes... Recipe 565
ON DEMAND. 258
ON THIS DAY. 224
Parkland 'super-surgery' plans. 174
Pick up big savings at Leekes summer sale; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 301
Picnic potions; FOOD & DRINK Crown your movable feast with an eclectic mix of refreshing spritzers, canned cocktails and seasonal serves, says Sam Wylie-Harris... 805
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 102
Police hot on trail of murder suspect. 378
Police tell of fears during 2017 London terror attacks. 205
Portrait released for prince's 50th anniversary. 292
POUND NOTES. 326
Predatory lawyer lured children into sex acts; Paedophile lawyer, 29, abused 146 children via web games. 939
Quarry pods plan put on hold after objections from locals. 406
RAF veteran remembers the nights 'city was blown to bits'. 521
RULE BRITANNIA... THE MAJESTY OF NORWAY'S FJORDS LEAVES JOSHUA KNAPMAN LOST FOR WORDS. 1090
SATURDAY. 249
Scheme to demolish church rejected. 412
School is closed due to norovirus; NEWS IN BRIEF. 176
Sir John Major endorses Hunt. 120
SOAP WATCH; Read on if you're looking for the latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and all your other favourite soaps... 820
STAGE BY STAGE. 286
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 625
Teenager reveals the torment of growing up with a dad in prison; Education editor Abbie Wightwick speaks to one young woman about growing up with a parent in prison and how Barnardo's helped her reach out to a sympathetic teacher at school. 738
Teens hurt after 'man had knife' NEWS IN BRIEF. 185
Text referred to father's 'white rage'. 828
The ancient culture that made its mark on Wales' landscape; Excavations are unearthing the secrets of some of SouthWales'earliestsettlers.LewisSmithreports. 987
The full story of Howl; Howl organiser and standup comedian Lorna Prichard explained how she became a comedian, and how Howl came about. 970
The lofty ideal of Reset is great in theory, but can it work in practice? 1086
The main contenders... who could be enjoying a glass of something bubbly on Champs Elysees? 632
The man who managed Oasis and ran a Welsh rugby club at the same time; Growing up in Ebbw Vale, Marcus Russell had two great passions - rugby and music. So he turned them into his job, Simon Thomas discovers... 3553
The place to be for food lovers; FOOD AND DRINK Thousands of people will be in the capital this weekend for the 20th Cardiff Food and Drink Festival. Here's everything you need to know... 491
The story of the unseen Beatles photos unearthed after 56 years; The birth of The Beatles was witnessed by a global audience, but new pictures taken in Cardiff and unseen until now document a pivotal moment in the band's history, as David Owens discovered... 1635
The top holiday rip-offs and how to avoid getting stung; YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. 571
THEY SAID WHAT? 215
Thief must repay PS688k proceeds of his crimes. 475
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 800
Thomas wants win, but with no drama! Geraint in a good place as he sets sights more on Tour de France glory. 251
Thrills for all as city's airshow reaches for the sky. 711
THURSDAY. 282
Tories reneging on promise a scandal. 233
TOUR BY NUMBERS. 148
TUESDAY. 256
Turkish club Besiktas the likely destination for Holtby. 309
We want a couple more new recruits, says Birch. 283
WEDNESDAY. 299
Welsh Water boss declares intention to step down. 238
Why a heatwave isn't good for the planet; AND ONE MORE THING... 735
Why thousands of stroke patients are being failed by health service. 905
Will Bluebirds finally hit the target in search for goal power? 1093
Word on the web. 139
Work from the winners; Three prize-winning artists are exhibiting at Swansea's Elysium Gallery this month, writes Jenny White... 642
Worshippers' hate-crime funds. 171
Wylfa Newydd company posts massive PS1.6bn loss. Financial report 368
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 417
Young gun aims to be a cut above. 647
Yr Arwigo trwy lygaid protestiwr. 395
YVONNE JONES; STYLE FILE. 418

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