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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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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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How do I know I’m getting old? My children worry about me – and I’m ...

The Guardian 11 May 2022
First came the interview with Saga magazine, than an anxious call with my daughter ... Boyd Holbrook, playing the DEA agent Steve Murphy, says ... ‘Slowly at first ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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How do I know I’m getting old? My children worry about me – and I’m exhausted by half-time

The Observer 11 May 2022
There is a moment in the second season of the Netflix series Narcos when the baddest baddie of them all, Pablo Escobar, is reduced to burning dollar bills to keep warm. Boyd Holbrook, playing the DEA agent Steve Murphy, says. “I read in a book somewhere about a rich guy who goes broke ... “Hi ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist.
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Kidnap suspect loses 3-year war against extradition to Chile

Traverse City Record-Eagle 10 May 2022
Navarro said Rivas could potentially ask a court to review an attorney general’s decision to send her back to Chile ... Rivas moved to Australia in 1978 and was detained in Chile during a visit to see family in 2006 ... She would become the first person ever extradited between Australia and Chile.
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There are two things I find impossible - sitting still and focusing. So how did I fare at the theatre?

The Observer 05 May 2022
I find going to the theatre extremely challenging. You must sit perfectly still, and you have to concentrate. These are two things I find nigh on impossible. When I was a kid, everybody told me I had ants in my pants ... Sometimes, though, needs must ... I’ve met Ian a couple of times and like him ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist.
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It’s about time: Rules speed up Isotopes games but require adjustments

Albuquerque Journal 29 Apr 2022
Isotopes marketing staff is now trying to fire all their T-shirts in the stands before play resumes, the chile and taco mascots have to run faster between innings, and even the radio broadcast sounds different. “You have to change your broadcast,” Isotopes play-by-play broadcaster Josh Suchon said.
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Football needs more than a new regulator to save it from itself | Adrian Chiles

The Guardian 27 Apr 2022
The government has decided that the English game’s governing bodies can’t spot ‘fit and proper’ people to run football clubs ... It was an early start ... He was a Chelsea fan ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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Football needs more than a new regulator to save it from itself

The Observer 27 Apr 2022
About 15 years ago, I made a little film about a day in the life of a postman. It was an early start. As I helped him sort out his bag, we chatted about football. He was a Chelsea fan. I asked whether he had a season ticket at Stamford Bridge. I will never forget the look he shot me ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .
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I have a urinal in my flat and it has changed my life – so why are people appalled?

The Observer 21 Apr 2022
Those Hollywood fellows Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are never far from social media virality. Last week they were at it again ... Now Reynolds has made McElhenney a birthday present of a urinal at the club’s stadium, placing a commemorative plaque next to it ... Photograph. Adrian Chiles ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .
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Grime, chips, tea, and fresh air. There's nowt fancy about ferries, and that's why I ...

The Guardian 20 Apr 2022
On a trip to the Isle of Man, I marvelled once again at the joy of being aboard a boat, which I’d take over flying or the Channel tunnel any time I love ferries ... No, ferries are my thing ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ....
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Grime, chips, tea and fresh air. There’s nowt fancy about ferries, and that’s why I love them

The Observer 20 Apr 2022
I love ferries. Give me a ferry over a flight any day of the week, and I’d rather take a ferry than the Channel tunnel every time. All that burrowing along under the sea with no sea to look at ... Crossing? Even the word sounds wrong for something that goes under the sea rather than over it ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .
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From daffodils to thick mist, springtime in the UK feels indecently tranquil

The Observer 14 Apr 2022
We live in a wonderful country peopled by many kind and fascinating souls. Just saying. It’s not said often enough. Over the past month, I’ve been all over the place making films for the BBC’s Countryfile programme ... When I finally arrived, I went to check something at the ticket office ... Adrian Chiles is a broadcaster, writer and Guardian columnist ... .

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