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Monthly Archives: September 2012

New Era for Radio 1

After eight years presenting the Radio 1 Breakfast Show, Chris Moyles has hung up his headphones and I would be lying if I said that I’m going to miss him.

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The Valleys

A new MTV reality show has caused a bit of a stir amongst the people of Wales. The Valleys sees 9 young people from the Welsh Valleys move to Cardiff to try and make it big. They will be guided by two ‘mentors’ who will help them in their new lives. It seems that their ‘make it big’ options are quite limited as their mentors are a glamour model/photographer and a nightclub owner.

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Is chocolate ever a “waste”?

A new survey has shown that the average Briton “wastes” £107 a month on buying things they don’t need.

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A word of warning about contact lenses

I don’t wish to alarm anyone, but as my eye starts to heal from a severe eye infection I think it’s important to share some advice from my unpleasant experience.

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And the rain just keeps coming…

If you haven’t had a holiday in the sun this year you are no doubt now looking for last-minute getaways to foreign shores as we suffer yet more persistent heavy downpours and flooding here in the UK.

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David Cameron on Letterman

I was surprised to hear that David Cameron would be appearing on the David Letterman Show in America this week. The British Prime Minister will be sitting on the entertainment behemoth’s famous sofa in the guise of discussing British industry, but I think he’s just trying to muscle in on some of the London 2012 glory.

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Britain’s Higher Education Future

The new QS World University Rankings have placed four UK universities in the top ten.

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What’s Healthy?

I really cannot keep up with what’s good for you and what’s bad for you these days!

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Take a Break

I was reading an interesting article the other day about whether mandatory lunch breaks should be introduced.

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The Olympic legacy

The Olympics and Paralympics are, sadly, over, but what a summer they have provided us with.  It has been glorious to see so much live, real action on our screens.

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