Articles in Category : Lifestyle & Leisure

July 2018

Adrift

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

This is the sort of film that nightmares are made of, but if Emlyn is right, it is a worth-while watch. Another “based on a true story” film, Adrift continues director Baltasar Kormakur’s apparent penchant for put-ting horrifying natural disasters

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July 2018

Family History

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

WOMEN AND WAR International Nursing Day was mark-ed on 12 May. It’s a day celebrated around the world to mark the contributions that nurses make to society. 12 May is the day that Florence Nightingale (left) was born, she’s remembered

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July 2018

The Written World

With Sarla Langdon

Flights by Olga Tokarczuk Translated from the Polish by Jennifer Croft (Fitzcarraldo  Editions £12.99) The winner of the 2018 Booker International award has been announced. It is the Polish submission Flights by Olga Tokarczuk which begins with the narration of

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July 2018

Gone Fishing

Bay Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

Well, we’ve had an amazing start to the summer (and long may it continue) with glorious weather and small fun waves to go with it. And the board of choice for a lot of guys to get the most out

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July 2018

The Art Scene

With Mark Rees

ATTIC GALLERY – the next chapter Mark Rees joins the gang at Bay to keep us up to date with Swansea’s cultural scene. This month he updates us on the changing faces at the Attic Gallery as current owners Alexandra

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July 2018

Northern Star Update

Editor's Choice with Lesley Williams

Regular readers will recall that in our May issue, I reported that I had emptied my jewellery box of all the unloved and broken bits of gold that I either didn’t or couldn’t wear, and took them to NORTHERN STAR

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July 2018

Breathtaking Barbados

To the ends of the earth with Nick Smith

You don’t have to stretch the imagination too far to conjure up an image of the paradise that is the Caribbean. Smoked salmon sunsets, rum punch sundowners, exotic birdsong and tropical flowers. When it comes to putting on a show

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June 2018

We have four brilliant events this year to commemorate the centenary of the armistice at the end of the First World War. Our first concert with local star soprano, Elin Manahan Thomas, draws a portrait of Morfydd Llwyn Owen, a

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