Articles in Category : Lifestyle & Leisure

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South Africa

 From Cape Town to Going on Safari by Jenna Morris

From nightlife to wildlife, my short visit to South Africa had a little taste of everything. One moment I was observing the clash of cultures in a small suburb named Muizenberg. And then I found myself driving through an African

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Aug 2018

Family History

With Charles Wilson-Watkins

A MYSTERY IN SINGLETON PARK At 250 acres, Singleton Park is the largest park in Swansea. Originally it was known as the Singleton Estate and comprised of 12 farms; it was owned by the Vivian family. In 1919 the estate

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Aug 2018

Ronda

Through the viewfinder with Liz Barry

Last year Liz travelled to Southern Spain to explore the towns of Andalucia. We covered Seville in our February issue and this month we visit Ronda Ronda is one of Spain’s most ancient towns, perched on top of a deep

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Aug 2018

PLAN B

Surfing with Chris 'Guts' Griffiths

CHRIS GUTS AND HIS SURFING MATES DROVE TO SNOWDONIA’S WAVEPOOL FOR SOME MUCH NEEDED SURF WE ARE OFFICIALLY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BEST SUMMER WEATHER FOR OVER 40 YEARS, AS HIGH PRESSURE HAS TAKEN UP RESIDENCE OVERTHE UK FOR

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Aug 2018

The Written World

With Sarla Langdon

The Golden Man Booker Prize Winner The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje (Bloomsbury Publishing) is the worthy winner of the Golden Man Booker Prize, award-ed to the best of the 51 prize winners since the inception of the prize. From the

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Aug 2018

Local Talent

With Rae Howells

LIMESLADE ROCK POOL You can play water.   The first stone dropped into the rock pool makes a musical note. Then a second. Deep bass pianos in the shadows, the shallows offer high peals. We find more stones, limestone, flint,

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Aug 2018

Hinds’ Sights

With Liz Hinds

FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE Liz and her husband have recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary and last month went on their second honeymoon. Their first one sounds a bit of a nightmare – but at least their marriage survived

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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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