Articles

June 2016

A proper Italian Limoncello

Cooking with Tatiana Bento – Marmalade Cookery School

TATIANA IS BACK THIS MONTH WITH A REFRESHING SUMMER DRINK THAT IS STRICTLY FOR THE ADULTS This Italian liquor is deeply rooted in the south of Italy in the province of Sorrento and Amalfi and is normally made from the

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June 2016

Greenway – Travel with Liz Barry

LIZ TRAVELLED DOWN TO DEVON RECENTLY AND WHILST THERE VISITED THE AUTHOR AGATHA CHRISTIE’S HOLIDAY HOME. MY FAVOURITE QUOTE BY MS CHRISTIE WAS REGARDING HER ARCHAEOLOGIST HUSBAND...

“I married an archaeologist because the older I grow, the more he appreciates me”  On a weekend stay in Devon I went along to Greenway House, the holiday home of Agatha Christie which sits in the midst of beautiful gardens

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June 2016

The Written World

with Sarla Langdon

BOOKER INTERNATIONAL 2016 WINNER The Vegetarian, a novel by Korean writer Han Kang, translated from the Korean by Deborah Smith and published by UK imprint Portobello Press, has been judged the winner of the Man Booker International Prize for 2016.

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June 2016

Wedding Tables – How to get the vintage look

LOVER OF ALL THINGS VINTAGE, ANGELA WARLOW JOINS TheBAY TEAM THIS MONTH. ANGELA IS AN INTERIORS AND PRODUCT DESIGNER, DAYDREAMER, VINTAGE LOVER, TEA-DRINKER AND COCKTAIL SHAKER! HERE ANGELA GIVES INSPIRATION TO ANYONE ORGANIZING A WEDDING OR SUMMER PARTY

  Ok, so he asked the question, and you said YES, YES YES. You’ve set the date, and managed to find your dream dress with a big thumbs-up from your bridesmaids. Your invitations are sent out but there’s no time

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June 2016

Dig It with Fulke Andel

Gardening advice for the new (and not so new) gardener

  Well here we are heading towards midsummer, with the longest day of the year on the horizon. The extra light and warmth encourages the garden to put on an exuberant burst of growth. But this extra light and warmth also

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June 2016

Criminal Records

Family History with Charles Wilson Watkins Charles is a researcher and family historian. Do get in touch if you need help in finding out about your ancestry - swanseafamilyhistory@yahoo.co.uk

In this month’s article I will be removing the dust off the record books, on criminal records and what information they provide. The earliest form of criminal deterrent in Swansea during the latter part of the 18th Century was the

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June 2016

Gower Coast Adventures and Sea Watch

Earlier this year, GOWER COAST ADVENTURES and SEA WATCH conducted a survey of the porpoise around our coast. Matthew Clough, the Wales Development Officer for SEA WATCH contacted TheBAY to tell us all about SEA WATCH and what they discovered

Sea Watch is a national charity dedicated to research and conservation of cetaceans (whales, dolphin and porpoise) around the UK. Last year we received funding from the marine conservation charity, Sea Changers for boat based surveys in south and west

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June 2016

Leaps and Bounds

BAY Bugs with Dr Isabella Brey

Few things are more evocative of a hot summer’s day in the country than the rasping chirps of grasshoppers. But the very sound that evokes scenes of relaxation and tranquility for us denotes the most eventful period in the life

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June 2016

Badger’s Album of the Month

Listen out for Badger & Claire presenters of the breakfast show on the wave 96.4 fm

Beyonce – Lemonade BADGER’S album choice for June is all about infidelity. The title apparently comes from the saying ‘if life gives you lemons – make lemonade’. OOH look Beyonce released an album that nobody was expecting! There’s a whole

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June 2016

SAFEagent Awareness Week

With Hannah McCartan

BEST LETTING AGENTS UNITE TO PROTECT LANDLORDS AND TENANTS McCartan Lettings supports SAFEagent Awareness Week 2016 This June, 3,000 professional lettings agents across the UK will unite for SAFEagent Awareness Week – highlighting to consumers the importance of choosing a professional

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