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Marbella Now TV celebrates recording 150 weeks of shows By Jay Emeny DAILY English language TV show Marbella Now TV has celebrated recording its 150th week of programmes. Presented by Nicole King, the shows aim to promote a community spirit between the 127 nationalities that live in Marbella by ‘giving the opportunity to learn about one another.’ Nicole said “every week we meet the most colourful and varied personalities that make up our city. “It also gives the world an opportunity to meet people who care about each other and appreciate how lucky we are to be living in this five-star city, in harmony.” You can catch the latest episode on RTV Marbella every day at 8pm or you can go on their website

ACTION: Nicole King interviewing some guests.

CELEBRATE: Guests stayed after filming.

A WRAP: Celebrations at the end of the episode.

BACKSTAGE: Guests line-up during the episode.

http://rtvmarbella.tv/television/mar bella-now/. Since its inception three years ago, the programme has developed a multi-national community and alongside the Linea Directa Road Traffic Safety, has launched a campaign to promote responsible driving. Disposable breathalysers will be handed out to bars and clubs in Marbella and the idea is to offer free soft drinks to designated drivers and test they are staying responsible when they leave the premises. Companies who have taken part in Marbella Now TV recordings including La Sala Group, The Linneker Group, The Boardwalk, Alevante, Beckett’s and Hemmingways are already on board. Anyone who would like to take part in the campaign can contact the show by e-mailing Mi MarbellaRTVM@gmail.com.

THIS year’s Beaujolais Nouveau will by now have been heralded in various parts of the world after being held in bonded warehouses for release at one minute past midnight (CET) today, the third Thursday of November. A red wine BEAUJOLAIS from Gamay NOUVEAU: Grapes grapes grown in must be hand-picked. the Beaujolais reby Lorenzo gion of France, fermentation period and is nearly 4,000 vine- Barbareschi bottled only six to eight yards produce the weeks after harvest. Purple12 officially designated pink, fresh and very low in types of Beaujolais Noutannins, Beaujolais Nouveau. veau’s fruity flavours inInitially meant to celeclude banana, figs and brate the end of the harvest grapes. and intended only for local Definite variations beconsumption, around 70 tween vintages are an early years ago producers saw the indicator of the quality of the potential for marketing year’s regional harvest and it Beaujolais Nouveau and the is recommended to serve idea of a race to Paris carryBeaujolais Nouveau slightly ing the first bottles of the chilled to 13ºc (55ºf), ideally new vintage was consewith light meals, and within quently born. six months from harvest. This attracted wide media While connoisseurs do not coverage, and by the 1990s regard it as a great wine, I which it had become an internafeel it is worth trying. by law must be tional event. Sante’ and Happy tasting! picked by hand - has a short The wine - from grapes

It’s Beaujolais Nouveau time

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Euro Weekly News - Costa del Sol 16 – 22 November 2017 Issue 1689  
Euro Weekly News - Costa del Sol 16 – 22 November 2017 Issue 1689  

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