Articles from issue : February 2019

If Beale Street could Talk

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

Emlyn’s film choice for February is a love story – and, as is so often the case to quote the Bard, the course of true love never did run smooth. If this doesn’t make it to mainstream cinema in Swansea,

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Winter Garden Birds

Wildlife watch with Danielle Rouse

Bay is delighted to welcome Danielle Rouse on board as our resident ornithologist in 2019. Dan is a passionate conservationist, with a keen interest in ornithology. She lives on the South Wales coast where she spends much time observing the

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Culinary Causerie

With Lesley Williams

The Riverhouse I think I may have found another Swansea restaurant that will be filed under ‘reserve for special occasions’. I have previously said that I like to keep some places just for high days and holidays – otherwise how

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Cold Comfort!

Surfing with Chris 'Guts" Griffiths

As the temperature drops, excitement rises ‘cos you know that you’re going to be surfing plenty over the next few months.   You may have to don a bit more rubber and suffer a bit of what the elements throw

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Quadratum Lumborum

With Tim Wright - Gower Acupuncture (Swansea)

Lower back pain is often diagnosed at the GP’s surgery as non specific lower back pain. It’s called non-specific as the cause is often tricky to track down. One muscle that can quite often get involved in lower back is

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Vote to WIN

With the Golden Chopsticks Awards

The “Oscars of Oriental cuisine” The Golden Chopsticks Awards is back with a bang for the second year running and we want to make sure that Wales’ finest Oriental eateries are included in the line-up. Devised by TV host and

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In memory of Jon Lewin

With the Bay team

Last month, Bay heard the incredibly sad news that photojournalist and cook JON LEWIN had died while surfing in Sri Lanka. You may remember that Jon contributed to our magazine for some years, collaborating with chef Tatiana Bento to provide

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From a personal perspective…

Exercise and Parkinson's Disease

MOLLY is a physiotherapist with special interest in neurology, helping people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). I’ve decided to pause from the series of articles on the seven core principles of PD Warrior and look at the experiences of my past/present

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The Written World

with Sarla Langdon

Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami (Harvill Secker £20.00) The mighty Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami enriches his narrative with a strong infusion of western cultural allusions in every book. In his foreword to an early work, Wind Pinball (reviewed in Bay

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