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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (October 10, 2019)

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50 Still coining it at; All change! MARION MCMULLEN looks at the many faces of the 50p as we mark the coin's 50th anniversary. MARION MCMULLEN 858
5G win for region was 'political'. 253
A 207mph Bentley that oozes elegance; Continental is craftmanship and engineering at its best, says EDWARD STEPHENS. EDWARD STEPHENS 737
A BARGAIN IN THE BALKANS; STEPHANIE BALLOO takes a break in Bulgaria, and discovers it's not all stag dos on the Black Sea. STEPHANIE BALLOO 1438
A countryside mansion filled with mod cons. 270
A HOME TO REALLY GET IN ESTATE OVER. 250
A SWEDE DEAL A deluxe room at; goes in search of an affordable trip to stockholm. KATIE WRIGHT 622
ABOMINABLE (U). 153
Ageing is awful but I'm very grateful to be alive; JEFFREY ARCHER TALKS TO LUKE RIX-STANDING ABOUT HIS NEW NOVEL, AND WHAT HE CALLS HIS 'GOD-GIVEN' TALENT FOR FICTION. LUKE RIX-STANDING 1142
ALAS, SMITH AND CLONES; GEMINI MAN (12A). 477
APP OF THE WEEK. 185
APPEAL; Microsoft's new releases suggest a willingness to think outside the box... and it's an approach that may help them stand out from the crowd. TECH NOW With Justin Connolly 709
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 153
BOOK REVIEW. 398
BOOT UP! KATIE WRIGHT shows you where to shop the high fashion footwear look on the high street. KATIE WRIGHT 436
Brexit 'poses risks to 2022 Games' 'Collateral damage' fears of Lib Dem campaigner worried by push to leave EU. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 468
Brum's original rocker helped get the Stones rolling; Singer reveals how he set Brian Jones and co on the road to fame. Mike Lockley Features Staff 1374
Byrne hits back in row over creating energy firm. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 300
Camp: We all make mistakes. 270
Can you Belieb it? 381
Car keys are targeted in spate of raids across town. 314
CATCH THE SUN; From literary secrets to lifeboat derring-do, Tenby has something for everyone, says EDWARD STEPHENS. EDWARD STEPHENS 833
City LGBT demos were 'exploited' by Islamists; Extremists used school protests as catalyst for hate, says report. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 589
Concerned a recession is coming? Don't panic! Trevor Law 637
Consultancy launches in the capital. 179
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 206
Council defends scrapping flyover. 395
Doctor on bike died because of trucker's cluttered dashboard. Jack Evans Court Correspondent 561
DOCTOR'S NOTES. 209
Drug and prostitution mastermind facing prison. 300
England expects plenty of medals. Paul Suart Sports Writer 385
Ex-MP Hemming calls for review after lawyer sentenced in secret. 293
Ex-Villa striker wins sentence appeal. 158
Fake paramedic jailed for treating injured patients; Security guard convicted of bizarre fraud in which he posed as medic at major events. Ross McCarthy Court Correspondent 631
Fears 51-storey tower could pose danger to planes; Wrangle over proposals for city's tallest building as Birmingham Airport objects. Carl Jackson Local Democracy Reporter 531
Feel the love for most expensive street. 297
Festive gifts to float your boat. 129
Force 'failing to record thousands of offences'. 222
Force to add 366 new officers to its thin blue line; Recruitment part of Prime Minister's pledge. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 506
Foreign criminals 'harder to identify' under Brexit. 362
Goal spree has been coming for a long time - Grealish. Ashley Preece Football Reporter 573
Hats off to band that's been going for 50 years; Steeleye Span founder member Maddy Prior tells MARTIN HUTCHINSON about the group's anniversary tour. MARTIN HUTCHINSON 467
Historic landmarks that won BBC 'Restoration' series up for sale. 208
Hotel chain takes over venue in West Brom. 207
House of Fraser spin-off set for shopping centre. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 380
HOW CAN YOU PUT A PRICE ON REAL STYLE? 248
Hutton backs Villa move for Morelos. 185
I may sound like a prima donna, but I couldn't tour without my pillow; The Last Leg's Josh Widdicombe is ready to offer audiences a bit much as he talks to MARION MCMULLEN about tattoos and touring. MARION MCMULLEN 916
I thought: 'I've been lied to... and I want to know why' When satirist Chris Morris of Brass Eye fame learned a news story about domestic terrorism in the US was not what it appeared to be, he made it his next film. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS chatted to the director and the star of The Day Shall Come, Marchant Davis. Georgia Humphreys 1047
I want to give people a refuge from darkness; Emeli Sande tells LUCY MAPSTONE why her music is now all about channelling a real spirit of euphoria. LUCY MAPSTONE 885
I was never able to talk to my father about his cancer, or to say goodbye; Losing his father as a child had a big impact on Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen. The interior designer tells GABRIELLE FAGAN how he's determined those lessons won't be in vain. GABRIELLE FAGAN 953
If it sparks something inside of you and you can afford it...buy it; Antiques Roadshow's Mark Hill, speaks to CHRISTOPHER PROUDLOVE about what inspired him to start collecting and how the rise of the internet has changed the market. 1233
Investment firm to bolster region's tech sector. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 430
Is half of the HS2 route to the North about to hit the buffers? Jonathan Walker 915
It's been a challenge but staying up has been our reward; warwickshire skipper with inside track on the bears' campaign. JEETAN PATEL 662
It's not just cricket... my dear old thing; Cricket legends Henry Blofeld and Graeme Swann have tales that will really crease you up. The pair talk to BRIAN DONALDSON ahead of their live show in Birmingham. BRIAN DONALDSON Dance review 982
Jeffrey's half a century at the helm of chamber choir; Ex Cathedra founder Jeffrey Skidmore tells CHRISTOPHER MORLEY about the choir's exciting upcoming programme and about his plans to start winding down. CHRISTOPHER MORLEY 789
JLR's owner on climate change seminar line-up. 211
Journey to sainthood nears end for cardinal; Pope set to canonise founder of Birmingham Oratory. Tony Jones Special Correspondent 544
Knightmare as cult kids' show hits the stage. 327
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 240
Levy for scam victims faces fight against time. Vicky Shaw Special Correspondent 534
mac-group celebrates UK growth. 265
Mayor to ditch robes until real fur is replaced; Dignitary who supports animal charity claims he was not told. Gurdip Thandi Local Democracy Reporter 433
MY WIFE'S MORE WORRIED ABOUT ME FLYING THAN WRANGLING CROCODILES; Monster Croc Wrangler is back, following animal expert Matt Wright as he saves stray reptiles Down Under. Georgia Humphreys hears about his job, and how becoming a dad has affected him. Georgia Humphreys 617
Nakamba vows to ignore 'disgusting' racist chanting. 262
New clampdown on ugly home alterations. David Irwin Council Correspondent 447
Newman's inspiration is foundation of university; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 463
No deal will risk UK car industry, claims Brown; Former PM warns delays to supplies will halt production. Jonathan Walker Political Editor 647
No weeping over willow; If a plant is past its best, or has grown far too big, don't be afraid to cut it out and move on. 553
One fur the diaries of all animal lovers! 785
ONTHE RADAR. 245
Parliament faces a constant worry; Letters. 172
Pereira looks to stay part of Albion's family. Joseph Chapman Football Writer 347
Pervert who filmed up skirts for years avoids prison term. Ross McCarthy Court Correspondent 488
Plan for workplace parking levy; City Council faces backlash over PS500 charge per space. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 523
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 127
Please give us our country back; Letters. 243
PM's PALTRUMP must send road-death suspect back to UK. STATESIDE Chris Bucktin 650
Postflickr. 219
PR agency signs up for a new base. 145
Prime city centre site snapped up for PS3m. 185
Productivity puzzle needs fresh thinking. Geraint Regan 373
Proof that there's far more taste to Birmingham than the BaltiTriangle; Birmingham Post food critic SANJEETA BAINS hails a culinary hero who heartily deserves his Michelin accolade any other city outside London. SANJEETA BAINS 273
PS12m gates firm deal. 111
PS500 per year parking levy 'will hammer' city workers; But transport boss says council must act to reduce car use. Jane Haynes Political Correspondent 114
Pub bombs families ask Irish government to back public inquiry. Aine McMahon Special Correspondent 434
Pupils told to watch YouTube as teachers at failing school strike. Charlotte Paxton Staff Reporter 516
Quiz. 131
RAISE; A GLASS. WITH JANE CLARE 547
Ramsay put me on road to star status, says chef; Aktar earns Michelin accolade at last. Charlotte Paxton Staff Reporter 697
Rare 'special ops' war plane restored to its former glory. Staff Reporter 477
Rebranding as financial outfits decide to merge. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent 374
REVIEW; Murder, Margaret and Me Malvern Theatres HHHII. 482
REVIEWS. 564
Rolls up, Rolls up for sale. 252
Rustle up a fancy feast with Mary; HAVE YOURSELF A SHOWSTOPPING FEAST WITH MARY BERRY'S CELEBRATION RECIPES. MARION McMULLEN FINDS OUT HOW TO GET THE PARTY STARTED. MARION McMULLEN 1047
Saints set a fine example to follow; Letters. 152
Security probe after 'gangster' attack on rap star at arena. Zoe Chamberlain Staff Reporter 497
Shop window on Brexit and the world. Russell Luckock Travel narrative 370
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 220
Six-bedroomed home in private cul-de-sac. 157
Sofa, so good; Is a new sofa on your interiors wish list? It may be a daunting task but LESLEY TAYLOR advises that a bit of preparation will go a long way. LESLEY TAYLOR 847
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 403
SOUND bites; ALL THE LATEST GIG NEWS. 308
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 322
SPECIAL OFFER: 35% off the Great Dog Walk at Ragley Hall. 448
Sport is PS250m winner for region; Hotels, eateries and shops benefit as thousands flock to events. Paul Suart Staff Reporter 569
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 213
Stalwart Buster aiming to create new memories. Paul Smith Sports Writer 833
Star billing for Notting Hill home. 246
Stripping Carmen of castanets; The Welsh National Opera is taking Carmen from sunny Spain to hot-bloodied Latin America for a contemporary version of Bizet's opera. DIANE PARKES reports. DIANE PARKES 977
Student paramedic, 24, died after 'losing control' of her motorbike. 271
Take food advice with pinch of salt; Letters. 167
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 315
Teen ace Jude's heart is firmly with Blues - Pep. Brian Dick Football Writer 410
THE DAY SHALL COME (15). 209
THE NECK'S BIG THING; KATIE WRIGHT asks specialists the key things we should be doing to protect this problem area of skin. KATIE WRIGHT 810
The secret's out as Dakotas join 60s tour. 396
Think tank: 'Out-of-control' HS2 project should be axed. 348
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 333
Transport boss: Doing nothing is not a choice We need to future-proof the way that people move about in our city. Tom Dare Local Democracy Reporter 388
TRIED & TESTED; EYEBROW ENHANCERS. 342
Villa Park development plans get the go-ahead. 237
Visits to library plummet. 312
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 125
Whistle a Happy Christmas! The King and I will be spreading some much-needed festive cheer in Birmingham. The stars tell ROZ LAWS about performing with children and dancing in a three stone dress. ROZ LAWS 977
Why do some councils get such a bad name? Chris Game 924
Your Christmas shopping done under one roof. 158

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