Articles from issue : July 2017

Bay Gigging

With Simon Fry

The Kids are Alright Liverpool four-piece Clean Cut Kid are anything but. Between them the band’s three chaps sport beards, hair and tattoos evoking rednecks scraping up roadkill for dinner outside an Arkansas trailer. This trades description violation notwithstanding, they

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Everything is pixelated

MAC, iPHONE, & iPAD news, tips and tricks

The column that focuses on providing help, top advice and news about your Apple devices, namely Macs, iPhones and iPads. Please send any questions to Steve via the contact details at the end of this article Q: Is it possible

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Auto News

with Liam Bird

THE ELEGANT, EXOTIC AND ESOTERIC AT 2017 CARTIER ‘STYLE ET LUXE’ CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE AT GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED For more than 20 years now, one of the most popular and stylish attractions at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed presented

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Robberflies

Bay Bugs with Dr Isabella Brey

FLIES – their buzzing drives us crazy, they insist on walking all over our food and like to lay their eggs in very unsavoury places. Their relations the horseflies are out for our blood. It is fair to say that

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Row the Thames

with Simon Fry

POETRY AFLOAT Simon Fry investigates the literature and history encountered in a fascinating rowing trip Readers of Bay will be familiar with its excellent articles on books, history, stately homes and waterborne activities: rowing trips offered by Row The Thames,

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The Lost Treasures of Swansea Bay

Saving treasures, telling stories

‘The Lost Treasures of Swansea Bay’ is the first Community Archaeology project funded by the HLF (Heritage Lottery Fund) project Saving Treasures, Telling Stories. It runs until 13 August 2017 at the Swansea Museum and is a FREE exhibition. The

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Baby Driver

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

It’s been four years since Edgar Wright, the mad genius behind Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, gave us a new film. He was famously supposed to direct Ant-Man for Marvel,

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Road trip through ancient Persia

To the ends of the earth with Nick Smith

With its desert landscapes and magnificent architecture, Iran – or Persia as it is still sometimes called – is somewhere you have to see to believe. Virtually untouched by tourism and with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, this really is the

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Bay Gigging

with Simon Fry

Bay’s GIG REVIEWER SIMON FRY CAUGHT A PERFORMANCE BY A YOUNG MUSICIAN WHOSE RECORD BRAZIL HAS BEEN LAUDED BY BBC NEWS AS ‘AN EXTRAORDINARILY MATURE SONG FOR A 16 YEAR-OLD SONGWRITER’ AND MATT WILKINSON OF NME CALLED IT ‘ONE OF

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Glorious Gloucestershire

Through the viewfinder with Liz Barry

LAST MONTH, Bay’s PHOTOJOURNALIST LIZ BARRY AND HER PARTNER GARETH VISITED THE HISTORIC TOWN OF TEWKESBURY IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE TO CHECK OUT A COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL, SPA AND A CASTLE Tewkesbury Park Hotel Within walking distance of the medieval town of

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