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Why would anyone want their own pool? They’re certainly no good for swimming in | Adrian Chiles
Taking a dip on holiday reminded me that there’s only so much splashing around you can do before boredom sets in, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

17, Aug, 2022 @3:04 PM

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I am a taxi service for my teens – and I love it
A psychologist once told me that ferrying my kids around was the only time I’d get them to myself. How true that turned out to be

Adrian Chiles

21, Jul, 2022 @7:00 AM

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I’ve been loving the women’s football – but could mixed matches be the future? | Adrian Chiles
Once the Euros are over, maybe we should try two teams, each consisting of six women and five blokes – and see what comes to pass, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

20, Jul, 2022 @11:11 AM

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‘She was my world. I loved her with my heart and soul’: my glimpse into a stranger’s grief
I can’t stop thinking about the woman who tweeted about her mother’s death – and the comfort it brought her

Adrian Chiles

13, Jul, 2022 @3:46 PM

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I got a back-to-front West Brom tattoo - and I love it | Adrian Chiles
For my role in a sitcom a make-up artist gave me a temporary tattoo, but was mortified to find she had it the wrong way round. But I like it so much I’m thinking of making it permanent, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

07, Jul, 2022 @6:00 AM

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I almost downloaded a pebble-identifying app – but some stones should be left unturned
I have apps that analyse every bird, plane and plant – now I need my sense of wonder back, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

06, Jul, 2022 @2:05 PM

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Here they come, the forlorn teens with backpacks. It’s Duke of Edinburgh season | Adrian Chiles
The countryside is suddenly full of exhausted youngsters. Even my cheery sympathy can’t lift their spirits, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

29, Jun, 2022 @4:53 PM

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I used to read novels for pleasure, then for exams – now I read them for their little jewels of wisdom | Adrian Chiles
Reading Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, I found her lines about living in London resonating intensely, so many years later

Adrian Chiles

19, May, 2022 @6:00 AM

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The closer your team gets to glory, the less likely you are to get a ticket. That can’t be right | Adrian Chiles
At Wednesday’s Europa League final, more than half the tickets have gone to corporate guests and others with no skin in the game. These lanyard-swinging, dad-dancing day-trippers are denying genuine supporters their big day out

Adrian Chiles

18, May, 2022 @1:48 PM

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I fill awkward silences by babbling – so what happened when I had to film myself on a walk? | Adrian Chiles
For a new show it was just me and my camera. Given my past interviews, I am too terrified to watch the results, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

12, May, 2022 @6:00 AM

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How do I know I’m getting old? My children worry about me – and I’m exhausted by half-time | Adrian Chiles
First came the interview with Saga magazine, then an anxious call with my daughter. Could these be the signs of age creeping up on me, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

11, May, 2022 @2:50 PM

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I find it hard to sit still. So how did I fare at the theatre? | Adrian Chiles
Jerusalem is an excellent production. But sitting quietly through a play is a challenge for the neurodiverse, writes Adrian Chiles

Adrian Chiles

05, May, 2022 @6:00 AM

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