Articles from issue : Oct 2018

Snippets

For October

SWANSEA – THE TIME OF OUR LIVES HARVEST HOME Travelling back in time is something that no doubt many of us have wished for. Former Swansea journalist and latterly publisher David Roberts has been doing just that for the past

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Mumbles Oyster Fair 2018

19th & 20th October - Ostreme Centre, Mumbles

Oysters have grown and been enjoyed in Mumbles for some 2000 years. A recent archaeological dig on Mumbles Head that was organised by Mumbles Development Trust and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund found the remains of ancient oyster shells

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Bay Mac’s Help Desk

With Steve Paris

Helping you get the most out of your Mac, iPhone & iPad Q: I’ve got a big phone/small hands problem. How do I use iPhones one handed when they’re getting bigger and bigger? A: This is a problem that Apple

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The Art Scene

With Mark Rees

Swansea Fringe, a love story and things that go bump in the night MARK REES GIVES US A ROUNDUP OF SOME OF THE EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS IN THE ART SCENE THIS MONTH. Did you go to the revived Swansea Fringe

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Vegan Recipe

With Rachel Jamison

CHICKPEA OF THE SEA Although totally plant based, Rachel’s vegan recipe for this month has a taste of the sea with the addition of kelp. You can use this recipe as an alternative to tuna and add it to salads,

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Book review

With Liam Bird

AND YOU”LL LOVE THIS ONE…! by Ken Davies Bay’s motoring contributor Liam Bird reviews the story of Terry Sanger, his exciting international racing career and his fascinating friends. I must admit that I’d never heard of Terry Sanger until editor

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City Update

With Andy Pearson

HOW KEY NEW CITY GATEWAY WILL LOOK Bay is delighted to bring you an exclusive look at how one of Swansea’s landmark road gateways is likely to look within just two years. It shows an eye catching new pedestrian bridge

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Surfing

With Chris 'Guts" Griffiths

SEASONAL OBSESSIONS In the middle of winter when it’s so cold but the surf’s pumping, you obsess over the start of spring and summer when the water takes on a more inviting temperature, so you can shed a bit of

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Autumn Recipe

With discoverdelicious.wales

Welsh lamb cawl Now that the weather is getting colder, warming soups can be on the menu again, and one of my favourites is a traditional Welsh lamb cawl. Served with a hunk of bread and a wedge of cheese

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THE CAUSES & DIAGNOSES OF BACK PAIN MOST LOWER BACK PAIN IS NOTHING MORE SERIOUS THAN A SPRAIN, STRAIN OR IRRITATED NERVE. SERIOUS CAUSES SUCH AS SPINAL STENOSIS AND TRAPPED NERVE ARE RARE If you’ve suffered back pain that won’t

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High Street Style

With Chantele Cross-Jones

Autumn Winter Trends for 2018 Chantele has found some great trends for this autumn – there really is something for everyone. While everyone else loved the sun and hot weather, I actually hid indoors with a fan on full power,

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