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Reader's Digest UK

Apr 01 2021
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

In This Issue…

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE February ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

In One Ear • This month, Olly Mann ponders the sentimentality of forgotten audios, and why he won't be throwing them out

STING “I Make Records Out Of Love And Curiosity” • Sting returns to a place of collaborative creativity with the release of his new album Duets; even if, in almost every other way, he continues to find comfort, innocence and improvement in blissful isolation

Boy George I REMEMBER… • Boy George (59) is a British singer, songwriter, DJ and fashion designer, best known as the lead singer of the pop band Culture Club. Here, he looks back on growing up in south-east London, Band Aid and overcoming drug addiction

Living With Hyperhidrosis • Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating but carries a heavy, invisible burden—it’s not just damp patches and deodorants

YOU’VE GOT TO MOVE IT MOVE IT • We hear endlessly how good exercise is for our health, but you might be surprised to know just how good

Bowel Cancer What You Need To Know • A new study shows that 3,500 fewer people were diagnosed with bowel cancer last year, possibly linked with people’s reluctance to go to doctors for fear of catching COVID-19. But early diagnosis is key to survival

Ask The Expert: Vaccines • Dr Paul McKay is a researcher at Imperial College and member of Team Halo

Life On Civvy Street • This month, an encounter with a former serviceman gets Dr Max thinking

The Doctor Is In

Why Buildings Bring It All Back • Your imagination lets you travel in time and space, says memory expert Jonathan Hancock

HOME REMEDIES from AROUND THE WORLD • These 12 folk treatments are proven to work

A Hairy Situation • Sudden bald patches can have many causes, but most can be treated

My Britain: Anglesey

If I Ruled The World Mark Galeotti • Dr Mark Galeotti is a scholar and writer, whose career has stretched from being attached to the British Foreign Office to teaching about organised crime in Moscow

14 Books Helping Our Key Workers Survive

MEDITATIVE GAMING FOR MENTAL HEALTH • Jenessa Williams explores the surprising role that video games can play in managing our mental health

Spain’s Best-Kept Secret • Asturias, with its gorgeous sea-to-sky landscapes and world-class cuisine, is like a country all its own

My Great Escape: Time Travel To Talmont • Susannah Harrison enjoys a spot of history on her French holiday

THE FORGOTTEN GIANTS • Copenhagen

On The Money • Pension Special

A TASTE OF HOME: THEO RANDALL

World Kitchen • Greece: Lamb chops and tzatziki

Spring Tidy • This spring cleaning craft project is ideal for messy desks

The Big Thaw • 750 billion tons of ice are melting every year. That’s a rate we just cannot afford…

Expert Q&A: WWF • Dr Caroline Coch is a polar specialist at the World Wide Fund for Nature

Rainwear That Makes A Splash • Our new fashion columnist Catherine Summers dedicates her first pages to extolling the virtues of bright and bold waterproofs

Cuticle Oils • Beauty expert Jenessa Williams considers the...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 148 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Apr 01 2021

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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

In This Issue…

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE February ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

In One Ear • This month, Olly Mann ponders the sentimentality of forgotten audios, and why he won't be throwing them out

STING “I Make Records Out Of Love And Curiosity” • Sting returns to a place of collaborative creativity with the release of his new album Duets; even if, in almost every other way, he continues to find comfort, innocence and improvement in blissful isolation

Boy George I REMEMBER… • Boy George (59) is a British singer, songwriter, DJ and fashion designer, best known as the lead singer of the pop band Culture Club. Here, he looks back on growing up in south-east London, Band Aid and overcoming drug addiction

Living With Hyperhidrosis • Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating but carries a heavy, invisible burden—it’s not just damp patches and deodorants

YOU’VE GOT TO MOVE IT MOVE IT • We hear endlessly how good exercise is for our health, but you might be surprised to know just how good

Bowel Cancer What You Need To Know • A new study shows that 3,500 fewer people were diagnosed with bowel cancer last year, possibly linked with people’s reluctance to go to doctors for fear of catching COVID-19. But early diagnosis is key to survival

Ask The Expert: Vaccines • Dr Paul McKay is a researcher at Imperial College and member of Team Halo

Life On Civvy Street • This month, an encounter with a former serviceman gets Dr Max thinking

The Doctor Is In

Why Buildings Bring It All Back • Your imagination lets you travel in time and space, says memory expert Jonathan Hancock

HOME REMEDIES from AROUND THE WORLD • These 12 folk treatments are proven to work

A Hairy Situation • Sudden bald patches can have many causes, but most can be treated

My Britain: Anglesey

If I Ruled The World Mark Galeotti • Dr Mark Galeotti is a scholar and writer, whose career has stretched from being attached to the British Foreign Office to teaching about organised crime in Moscow

14 Books Helping Our Key Workers Survive

MEDITATIVE GAMING FOR MENTAL HEALTH • Jenessa Williams explores the surprising role that video games can play in managing our mental health

Spain’s Best-Kept Secret • Asturias, with its gorgeous sea-to-sky landscapes and world-class cuisine, is like a country all its own

My Great Escape: Time Travel To Talmont • Susannah Harrison enjoys a spot of history on her French holiday

THE FORGOTTEN GIANTS • Copenhagen

On The Money • Pension Special

A TASTE OF HOME: THEO RANDALL

World Kitchen • Greece: Lamb chops and tzatziki

Spring Tidy • This spring cleaning craft project is ideal for messy desks

The Big Thaw • 750 billion tons of ice are melting every year. That’s a rate we just cannot afford…

Expert Q&A: WWF • Dr Caroline Coch is a polar specialist at the World Wide Fund for Nature

Rainwear That Makes A Splash • Our new fashion columnist Catherine Summers dedicates her first pages to extolling the virtues of bright and bold waterproofs

Cuticle Oils • Beauty expert Jenessa Williams considers the...


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