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THE ANSWER AIN’T BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND

It seems we may have reached Peak Agriculture with a decline in the amount of land being farmed globally, according to an article in the UK’s New Scientist magazine. In their recent cover article (August 12th 2017) the author suggests that every two years a farmed area roughly the size of the UK is abandoned to the wild; yet we are still producing roughly the same amount of food.

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HISTORY AND MYSTERY

THE HOME OF THE BRAVE

Seventy-five years ago the British Isles was an armed encampment lying off the shores of Hitler’s conquered Europe. There were millions of troops...

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THE HISTORY MAN

At Bohemianmojo we like to celebrate magical connections to the past – what we like to call ‘smoke from the flames of history - as much as we feel...

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THE GOLDEN GHOST

ONCE AGAIN BOHEMIANMOJO REACHES INTO THE PAST Following the reader interest in our four part series - King Arthur: Busting the Myths - we’ve decided...

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THE NITTY GRITTY

THE VALUE ADDED WELSH DRAGON

Two rivers drain into Swansea Bay, the Tawe and the Nedd, and for several years there have been dreams to build a tidal lagoon between them  on...

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BLACKFACE: ON THE SHOULDERS OF A GIANT

It’s not often I bury my head in my hands with exasperation but earlier this year I just had too after reading an opinion piece penned by a...

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FOOD FIGHT!!!

BRITAIN’S BEST FISH AND CHIP SHOP

BRITAIN’S BEST FISH AND CHIP SHOP

Forget the EMMY’s forget the BAFTA’s the whole of Britain is bubbling with anticipation for the award for the best fish and chip shop in the country.

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SHOOTING THE BREEZE

SHOOTING THE BREEZE

Food fight turns its attention to the Agri-Chem and seed giant Monsanto once again. It’s not another passage in the continuing controversy over their...

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MOJO MISSIONS

THE DOCTOR'S PLACE

THE DOCTOR'S PLACE

There’s always a huge sense of anticipation when I cross the Severn Bridge. I see it as a portal to the ancient and wonderful land of my birth;...

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Have a Care at Caerleon

Have a Care at Caerleon

We ventured out into the landscape winding our way to Wales through intermittent spats of rain and wind followed by moments of bright blue cloud...

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