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Articles from Coventry Evening Telegraph (England) (March 9, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
ALIVE AND KICKING! 656
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 307
Bloody scenes, no injuries, community and tradition. 1257
BOOK IT. 101
City Scouts prepare for US Jamboree. 264
Clarke: We mustn't be Star-struck; NETBALL. 350
Cov's long, long wait for away win continues; RUGBY UNION. 451
DAVID DOMONEY; OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 138
DIY DONNY OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 216
Dom crash drama revealed. 335
Eleanor has it in the bag with Radley... 523
Every city secondary pupil to learn about dangers of knife crime. 400
Fife Street club to re-open. 220
Fit-again Willis set to make up for lost time; RUGBY UNION. 654
Frodon eyes Ryanair bid. 140
Go Ape adventure to open next month. 376
Home Brew loss leaves bitter taste; THE VERDICT: SKY BLUES 1 BURTON ALBION 2. 480
I try not to take the path of least resistance; Whether it's Corrie, a primetime TV drama or a stint at The National Theatre, Katherine Kelly's career defies definition. But her next step always relies on the writing, she tells GEMMA DUNN. 1066
Indian cuisine all gets lumped together... but the sub-continent is as big as Europe; MASTERCHEF FINALIST SAIRA HAMILTON WANTS PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND THE UNIQUE NATURE OF BANGLADESHI FOOD. ELLA WALKER FINDS OUT MORE. 1707
Iran cries foul over UK's Nazanin move; HUNT TRIES DIPLOMATIC DEVICE. 176
It was no problem for Agony aunt Maureen; We look back 40 years to the launch of LWT comedy series Agony... 370
It's a bit of a fallacy when people say, 'Oh is anyone left in that village?' It's not a village. It's a huge county! Neil Dudgeon, 58, returns to the role of DCI John Barnaby as detective drama Midsomer Murders turns 20 this month. But what can fans expect from the landmark series? GEMMA DUNN finds out more. 890
It's best to tech a little help on your run; With Justin Make the miles go faster with these handy apps and podcasts, says LIZ CONNOR good pair of trainers. 845
LATEST TITLES. 295
Make an entrance; HANNAH STEPHENSON LEARNS HOW PLANTS CAN CREATE SHOWSTOPPING FRONT DOORS. 631
MAKING traks; NIGEL HEATH EMBARKS ON ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT RAILROAD JOURNEYS, FROM CHICAGO TO SAN FRANCISCO. 1043
MASTERMINDS. 532
Meghan: Why I avoid the news. 224
MP: Our fire station needs to stay in Nuneaton. 451
MUST-SEE SHOWS. 643
New five-year plan to tackle homelessness. 348
on this DAY. 141
Police appeal after man stabbed in the city centre. 206
Police appeal after robbers storm house. 235
QUOTES OF THE DAY. 109
RAISE A GLASS. 539
READ IT. 109
Ricoh Arena row: Sisu statement 'next week'. 333
Shoreham families stunned by verdict. 478
Six things gardeners can do to make a bug's life better. 469
Smart meters are saving millions cash; LETTERS Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: letters@coventrytelegraph.net Twitter: @coventrytelegraph Facebook: facebook.com/coventrytelegraph Post: Coventry Telegraph, Leicester Row, Canal Basin, Coventry, CV1 4LY. Letter to the editor 328
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 375
There has never been any bad feeling between me and Zoe, but we drifted apart; Sara Cox talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about family, her friendship with Zoe Ball and why she won't be writing a book about her 'ladette' days. 1114
Traffic fears as work starts. 386
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 252
TRENDING. 293
TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 542
TV SOAPS; CORONATION STREET ITV. 878
WATCH IT. 128
Woakes thrilled to secure new three-year deal with Bears; CRICKET. 244
You've got to laugh ... it's Wed Nose Day; PICK OF THE WEEK COMIC RELIEF 2019 Friday, BBC1/BBC2, 7pm Stars are having the last laugh for Comic Relief. MARION MCMULLEN checks out the pick of the Red Nose Day highlights. 958

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