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su­perb com­pan­ion to the weird world of Tal­bingo. All The Time We Thought We Had – Gor­don Dar­roch, Poly­gon – out now THE au­thor was plan­ning a move to his wife Magteld’s na­tive Hol­land with their two young autis­tic sons when she was di­ag­nosed with ter­mi­nal can­cer. His pow­er­ful and pro­found mem­oir of their life to­gether – from their first meet­ing as teenagers to her death – is beau­ti­fully writ­ten and dev­as­tat­ingly sad. I In­vited Her In – Adele Parks, HQ – out now AN un­planned preg­nancy meant Mel dropped out of col­lege while her pal Abi went on to a glam­orous ca­reer.

But when Abi, di­vorced and heart­bro­ken turns up on Mel’s doorstep, she comes to re­gret of­fer­ing a warm wel­come.

A pre­dictable but en­ter­tain­ing do­mes­tic noir. The Time Tun­nel A RE­LEASE of the 60s TV se­ries about two sci­en­tists trapped in a time stream who end up at no­table times in the past, like The Alamo. The Hitch­hiker’s Guide To The Gal­axy A Blu-ray re-re­lease of the six-part 1981 TV adap­ta­tion of Dou­glas Adams’s sur­real sci-fi story about ge­nial Arthur Dent’s ad­ven­tures in space and time.

START the two-mile Cem­lyn shin­gle ridge walk in An­gle­sey at Bryn Aber car park. 1 Exit and turn left, over the bridge and on to the shin­gle ridge, which was formed by the process of long­shore drift. 2 Walk along the ridge to­wards the east­ern car park. Cem­lyn Na­tional Na­ture Re­serve, an in­ter­na­tion­ally im­por­tant se­abird colony, is to the right. There’s a tern view­ing area on the ridge. 3 At the car park turn right and walk down the lane past Ty­d­dyn Sydney farm. 4 At the road junc­tion, bear right and walk on the lane past the Na­tional Trust farm at Plas Cem­lyn. Turn right at the junc­tion, fol­low the lane back over the cause­way and past Bryn Aber, back to the car park. See Na­tion­al­trust.org.uk. £7.99 Sparkling Shi­raz Aldi THIS fizzy Aus­tralian red strikes a bal­ance be­tween sweet­ness and acid­ity, with flavours of rich fruits and choco­late but fresh­ness too. Some sparkling shi­raz is aged in oak to give depth of flavour.

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