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I’ve been loving the women’s football – but could mixed matches be the future? | ...

The Guardian 20 Jul 2022
They can’t have watched much of the Euros ... They’re a dying breed ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist Do you have an opinion on the issues raised in this article? If you would like to submit a letter of up to 300 words to be considered for publication, email it to us at guardian.letters@theguardian.com ....
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‘She was my world. I loved her with my heart and soul’: my glimpse into ...

The Guardian 13 Jul 2022
“My mum took a Covid test yesterday. It was positive. She died this afternoon ... What business of mine is her grief? But equally, what business of mine is it to have a view on how she expresses it and to whom? Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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Mullan excited to see Ireland young guns being ‘unleashed’

Irish Independent 02 Jul 2022
... by Sinéad Kissane in the this week – is an 11th-hour deal between RTÉ and BT Sport means the Irish national broadcaster has picked up the rights to show next Tuesday’s game against Chile and Wednesday’s battle with Germany on the RTÉ News Now channel.
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RTÉ to broadcast Women's Hockey World Cup games

RTE 30 Jun 2022
Ireland's games against Chile and Germany in the pool stages of the Women's Hockey World Cup will be broadcast live on the RTÉ News Channel ... They will then face Chile on Tuesday (1pm), before completing their Pool A campaign against Germany on Wednesday (5.30pm).
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I’ve always worried about everything. But has my tortured thinking become a form of self-harm?

The Observer 30 Jun 2022
In my life and work I have come across many awful stories of self-harm. I’ve never done it myself. At least I thought I’d never done it myself. The Royal College of Psychiatrists lists the following as examples of self-harm ... Reading this list feels like an act of self-harm in itself ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .
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Here they come, the forlorn teens with backpacks. It’s Duke of Edinburgh season | Adrian Chiles

The Guardian 29 Jun 2022
The countryside is suddenly full of exhausted youngsters ... The Duke of Edinburgh scheme is, no doubt, a good thing ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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Here they come, the forlorn teens with backpacks. It’s Duke of Edinburgh season

The Observer 29 Jun 2022
Over the horizon they come, unmistakable even from miles away. About half a dozen of them in number, wearily they trudge, formless in shape. Individually as well as a group, they don’t walk in straight lines. Haphazard, forlorn, radiating uncertainty and reluctance, the DofE-ers approach ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .
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NewsNation Expands Morning News Programming to Four Hours Each Weekday Beginning Monday, June 27

Enid News & Eagle 14 Jun 2022
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 14, 2022-- ... ET. Mitch Carr will anchor the broadcast and Emmy-nominated cable news veteran James Holm will serve as executive producer ... Business Wire) ... Following the “Early Morning” broadcast each day, Mr ... ET ... Carr double majored in Broadcast Journalism and Spanish, and studied abroad in Mexico City and Viña del Mar, Chile ... .
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Goalkeepers in women’s football – and what is fair criticism?

The Observer 01 Jun 2022
Crystal Dunn ... Read more ... When Brown-Finnis remembers the 2019 World Cup, it was all about the goalkeeping quality with Chile’s Christiane Endler among those taking centre stage. Having stepped into broadcasting in her retirement, she hopes they will start “to change perceptions of what goalkeepers actually go through” by showing it through their eyes.
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Chile apologizes to woman forcibly sterilized for HIV status

Killeen Daily Herald 26 May 2022
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Chile’s president publicly apologized to a woman who was sterilized without her consent at a public hospital two decades ago because she was HIV-positive, ending a years-long legal process that included taking her case to the Inter American Commission on Human Rights in Washington.
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I used to read novels for pleasure, then for exams – now I read them ...

The Guardian 19 May 2022
Why do I read them? My reading was at its most voracious when I was a kid ... Slowly, tellingly, the joy faded ... I had fallen out of love ... “At first, I was delighted with the novelty and excitement of our London life; but soon I began to weary of its mingled turbulence and constraint.” Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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I used to read novels for pleasure, then for exams – now I read them for their little jewels of wisdom

The Observer 19 May 2022
Novels. Why do I read them? My reading was at its most voracious when I was a kid. I suspect this was because my only purpose was enjoyment and escapism. From all 21 Famous Five stories – in order, naturally – to Anna Karenina, stuffed into a pannier on a cycling holiday, I was transported ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist.
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The closer your team gets to glory, the less likely you are to get a ...

The Guardian 18 May 2022
At tonight’s Europa League final, more than half the tickets have gone to corporate guests and others with no skin in the game ... Tottenham Hotspur versus Nottingham Forest ... I was sitting between an ardent Forest fan and an ardent Spurs fan ... I felt terrible ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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I fill awkward silences by babbling – so what happened when I had to film myself on a walk?

The Observer 12 May 2022
I have just done a TV programme called Winter Walks for BBC Four. Every week someone takes a walk somewhere nice, talking to themselves ... It’s a beautiful but dangerous programme ... It was awful ... Print journalists must get this a lot in their work; broadcast journalists generally don’t ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .
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I fill awkward silences by babbling – so what happened when I had to film ...

The Guardian 12 May 2022
For a new show it was just me and my camera. Given my past interviews, I am too terrified to watch the results I have just done a TV programme called Winter Walks for BBC Four. Every week someone takes a walk somewhere nice, talking to themselves ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....

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