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11:15, 17 APR 2015
Denis Kilcommons: Nigella brightening kitchens
I am not a great fan of dining out. Mastication is best done in the privacy of your own home.
Denis Kilcommons: Long live the NHS
After three weeks of back pain I eventually went to the doctor
Denis Kilcommons: Bergen-Belsen concentration camp a reminder of the evils of extreme ideologies.
Remembering a trip with the British Army in Lower Saxony
Denis Kilcommons: No child's play working with kids
Top Tory caught out by six-year-old while on the campaign trail
Denis Kilcommons: Plague of anything isn't nice
But locusts are worse than ladybirds
Denis Kilcommons: Laying the foundations of lasting friendships at Builders
Old faces who attended the legendary Builders Club almost 50 years ago will be out in force at The Vox Bar in Wood Street, Huddersfield, on Sunday
Denis Kilcommons: Age is but number
My back went 18 days ago and, while it is slowly improving, it continues to give considerable discomfort.
Denis Kilcommons: Why Upperthong Welly Wanging should become an Olympic sport
Welly Wanging Federation of Upperthong want to be included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympis
Denis Kilcommons: French are taking to the concept of doggy bags
French provide doggy bags to combat public and government concerns about wasting food
Denis Kilcommons: How Pennine Way came into being
Denis Kilcommons: Pennine Way will celebrate its 50th anniversary next month
Denis Kilcommons: Importance of mobile phones
One in 14 said they had gone more than a week without having a face-to-face conversation with the person they lived with
Denis Kilcommons: A perfect pint – but how much would you pay?
Banking experts made the startling prediction that in 2040 a pint of beer would cost £1,150.
Denis Kilcommons is glad the clocks will go forward this weekend
Clocks go forward on Sunday, March 29.
Denis Kilcommons: Back pain will teach me not to brag again
I bragged quite a bit about a recent DIY feat when I used a jig-saw to cut a hole in a kitchen drawer
Denis Kilcommons prints out his own bank notes
I wrote about children’s play money being accepted in a fast food shop in Northern Ireland
Denis Kilcommons: Mills which survived fires and tragedy
Gosport Mills atOutlane was the business of the Sykes family for 70 years and survived fires and tragedy.
Denis Kilcommons: What I found out when I looked up Belgium
Belgium is only supposed to be famous for three things: Hercule Poirot, the Smurfs and I’ve forgotten the third
Denis Kilcommons: Frustration at litter louts eclipsed by tale of drunken Edgar
Information board reveals danger of consuming too many 'three penny specials''
Denis Kilcommons: Need an army of Zombies slaying?
My chum Alan was giving me advice on how to get into a drawer in a kitchen cabinet which has been jammed by a pair of tongs inside
Denis Kilcommons: Memories of Primrose Hill Cricket Club and Ken Taylor, sporting hero at both cricket and football
Sporting bothers Ken Taylor and Jeff Taylor
Denis Kilcommons: Appealing to the better nature of our litter louts does not work
Rubbish dumping offenders would take notice of Singapore's anti-litter laws
Denis Kilcommons: Funny money
A fast-food restaurant in Northern Ireland, accepted a toy 100 euro note from the Early Learning Centre for a sandwich - and given change
Denis Kilcommons: Huddersfield's Builder's Club
People of a certain age have memories of The Builders Club the place engraved on their souls
Denis Kilcommons: TV presenters in a league of their own
I'm a bit of an afficionado of BBC children’s television for the under fives