Articles

February 2016

Male Fertility

With The Herbal Clinic, Swansea

BAY Health & Wellbeing with The Herbal Clinic    EVIDENCE SUGGESTS THAT MALE FERTILITY IS DECLINING; WITH AN ESTIMATED DROP OF 2% IN AVERAGE SPERM COUNT EVERY YEAR OVER THE PAST 23 YEARS. For couples trying to conceive, reduced fertility

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February 2016

Vegan Recipe

With Rachel Jamison

RACHEL OF NUTRI BALANCE SWANSEA IS A NUTRITIONIST WITH OVER 10 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE. AS MORE AND MORE OF US ARE TRYING TO LIMIT THE AMOUNT OF RED MEAT IN OUR DIETS, RACHEL’S RECIPE FOR MEAT FREE BURGERS ARE SURE TO

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Culinary Causerie

With Sarla Langdon and Lesley Williams

Culinary Causerie with Lesley Williams WHO ATE ALL THE PIESWho ate all the pies? We did. Not only pies but quiche and vegetarian rolls too, and we are not apologetic at all. Higgidy pies sent us a big sample box

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February 2016

The Blitz

Family History with Charles Wilson - Watkins

  Bombing that occurred during the Second World War was known as The Blitz, from the German word Blitzkrieg – which translates as lightning war. It started in Britain in over 16 major cities on 7th September 1940 and lasted

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Liam Motoring February 2016

Motoring

With Liam Bird

  LEARNING MY (RACING) LINES Porsche Cayman GTS at the Porsche Driving Experience Silverstone   Formula 1’s most notorious playboy James Hunt had a patch on his overalls stating that “Sex is breakfast of Champions”, but when it comes to

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February 2016

Editor’s Choice

Autocare Services Group Review

AUTOCARE SERVICES GROUP (ASG) has been advertising with us for some time now, and as I always try to use as many of our advertisers as possible, when it came to servicing my car they immediately came to mind. My only

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February 2016

The Written World

With Sarla Langdon

  We embark on 2016 in a self congratulatory mood, delighted to have been introduced by Swansea University Humanities chief Professor John Spurr to poet, novelist and broadcaster Owen Sheers as “Sarla Langdon, the most powerful literary critic in Wales”.

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