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Reader's Digest UK

Nov 01 2023
Magazine

Reader's Digest magazine is bursting with stories, articles, advice, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. Each issue is small enough to fit in your handbag or pocket, but big enough and perfectly informed to keep you entertained for. We have regular features covering health, travel, money, food, home and garden, as well as recommendations and reviews on entertainment, books and technology. Plus, have a go at our beat the cartoonist, trivia quiz and other fun and games on offer each and every month.

Reader’s Digest

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Over To You • LETTERS ON THE September ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

The Shape of his Hands

Simply the best!

Memory Lane • To celebrate the rich legacy of Reader’s Digest, we share some of your most cherished, humorous and nostalgic memories of the magazine

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

Gunpowder, Treason And Plot • Olly Mann thinks that Bonfire Night is superior to Halloween due to its lack of hype

Natalie Portman On Fame, Family And Football • The Hollywood superstar opens up about juggling her many roles, motherhood, and her new film, May December

Clive Myrie I REMEMBER… • Over his 36-year career, BBC journalist Clive Myrie has reported everywhere from Washington to Singapore, Iraq and Afghanistan. The 59-year-old has presented news bulletins since 2009 and is a regular anchor of BBC News at Ten. He also hosts the legendary quiz show, Mastermind

Dementia Breakthroughs Offer New Hope • After decades of disappointments, new treatments and tests are finally here

It’s A Guy Thing • Forget jokes about man flu—some conditions really do affect men more than women

7 Reasons To Root For Veg

The Missing Diagnosis • “We’ve made great strides in mental health, so why are we still neglecting depression in later life?” asks Dr Max

The Doctor Is In

Can You Choose To Fall Out Of Love? • How science is venturing into the realm of romance

Relationship Advice

WIN 6X CHEESE AND WINE HAMPER

YASMEEN LARI’S CHANGE OF HEART • The former “starchitect” who designed gleaming towers for Pakistan’s corporate elite now rebuilds villages completely devastated by natural disasters

We have a stunning 4 night break to giveaway courtesy of Dittisham Hideaway • Reader’s Digest and Dittisham Hideaway, Devon have come together to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a four-night stay in a Shepherds Lodge with a sumptuous welcome hamper for two people worth £1,000.

My Britain: Cardigan Bay

Angélique Kidjo If I Ruled The World • Five-time Grammy Award-winning African singer Angélique Kidjo imbues her multilingual and multi-genre music with Beninese culture on her most recent album Mother Nature. She’s also a passionate advocate for girls’ education and humanitarian aid

Under The Grandfluence: Train With Joan • Bubbly 79-year-old fitness influencer Joan MacDonald, also known as Train With Joan, talks to Annie Dabb about her journey

Art Rediscovered • Meet the dedicated art conservators hunting down paintings that were lost to time

High-Flying Facts About Drones

WIN 2 X JAMES BOND SCALEXTRIC 007

The Growing Need For Sustainable Travel • Tourists are overrunning the world’s cities and ancient sites, and locals have reached their limit. Can travellers do better?

IRISH MELODY • THE NATIVE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF IRELAND ARE ALIVE AND WELL IN THE COUNTRY’S GAELTACHT REGIONS

My Great Escape: Amazing Astley Hall • Our reader Brian Conduit finds an Elizabethan idyll in the heart of Lancashire

Holzpark Klybeck Switzerland

Is It Really A Bargain?

Anxious Animals • How to tell if your dog or cat is stressed...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Nov 01 2023

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  • Release date: October 17, 2023

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Reader's Digest magazine is bursting with stories, articles, advice, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. Each issue is small enough to fit in your handbag or pocket, but big enough and perfectly informed to keep you entertained for. We have regular features covering health, travel, money, food, home and garden, as well as recommendations and reviews on entertainment, books and technology. Plus, have a go at our beat the cartoonist, trivia quiz and other fun and games on offer each and every month.

Reader’s Digest

Page Vs Screen

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE September ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

The Shape of his Hands

Simply the best!

Memory Lane • To celebrate the rich legacy of Reader’s Digest, we share some of your most cherished, humorous and nostalgic memories of the magazine

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

Gunpowder, Treason And Plot • Olly Mann thinks that Bonfire Night is superior to Halloween due to its lack of hype

Natalie Portman On Fame, Family And Football • The Hollywood superstar opens up about juggling her many roles, motherhood, and her new film, May December

Clive Myrie I REMEMBER… • Over his 36-year career, BBC journalist Clive Myrie has reported everywhere from Washington to Singapore, Iraq and Afghanistan. The 59-year-old has presented news bulletins since 2009 and is a regular anchor of BBC News at Ten. He also hosts the legendary quiz show, Mastermind

Dementia Breakthroughs Offer New Hope • After decades of disappointments, new treatments and tests are finally here

It’s A Guy Thing • Forget jokes about man flu—some conditions really do affect men more than women

7 Reasons To Root For Veg

The Missing Diagnosis • “We’ve made great strides in mental health, so why are we still neglecting depression in later life?” asks Dr Max

The Doctor Is In

Can You Choose To Fall Out Of Love? • How science is venturing into the realm of romance

Relationship Advice

WIN 6X CHEESE AND WINE HAMPER

YASMEEN LARI’S CHANGE OF HEART • The former “starchitect” who designed gleaming towers for Pakistan’s corporate elite now rebuilds villages completely devastated by natural disasters

We have a stunning 4 night break to giveaway courtesy of Dittisham Hideaway • Reader’s Digest and Dittisham Hideaway, Devon have come together to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a four-night stay in a Shepherds Lodge with a sumptuous welcome hamper for two people worth £1,000.

My Britain: Cardigan Bay

Angélique Kidjo If I Ruled The World • Five-time Grammy Award-winning African singer Angélique Kidjo imbues her multilingual and multi-genre music with Beninese culture on her most recent album Mother Nature. She’s also a passionate advocate for girls’ education and humanitarian aid

Under The Grandfluence: Train With Joan • Bubbly 79-year-old fitness influencer Joan MacDonald, also known as Train With Joan, talks to Annie Dabb about her journey

Art Rediscovered • Meet the dedicated art conservators hunting down paintings that were lost to time

High-Flying Facts About Drones

WIN 2 X JAMES BOND SCALEXTRIC 007

The Growing Need For Sustainable Travel • Tourists are overrunning the world’s cities and ancient sites, and locals have reached their limit. Can travellers do better?

IRISH MELODY • THE NATIVE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE OF IRELAND ARE ALIVE AND WELL IN THE COUNTRY’S GAELTACHT REGIONS

My Great Escape: Amazing Astley Hall • Our reader Brian Conduit finds an Elizabethan idyll in the heart of Lancashire

Holzpark Klybeck Switzerland

Is It Really A Bargain?

Anxious Animals • How to tell if your dog or cat is stressed...


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