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Reader's Digest UK

Nov 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 September ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

Mattress Madness • This month, a rare trip to a bed warehouse proves to be quite the experience for Olly

Sir Paul McCartney “There’s Nothing Stranger Than Celebrity” • Why, even after six decades, Sir Paul McCartney’s magical mystery tour rolls on into the next town

I REMEMBER… Engelbert Humperdinck • Coming to fame in the 1960s, Engelbert Humperdinck has sold more than 140 million records worldwide. He looks back on his childhood in India, how “Release Me” changed his life and why he never got to work with Gorillaz

Outsmart Kidney Disease • Symptoms are elusive—here’s what you need to know

AND BREATHE… • Want to blow out all the candles on your cake when you’re 75 or climb three flights of stairs without gasping at the top? There are ways and means to boost your lung power

Apps That Could Save Your Life

Ask The Expert: Men’s Wellbeing • Dr Luke Pratsides is a GP in the NHS in London and lead GP at private digital men’s health clinic, Numan

Puppy Love • This month, Dr Max reflects on the transformative power of pets

The Doctor Is In

Beat The Brain Freeze! • If your mind goes blank, you’re in good company—says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

THE COUPLE WHO HELPED SAVE THE WORLD • Not only did they create a COVID-19 vaccine and team up with Pfizer to save countless lives, they are also a shining example of integration

My Britain: Wrexham

If I Ruled The World Steve Hughes • Australian thrash metal musician and comedian Steve Hughes shares the rules he’d put in place should he find himself king of the world…

LEST WE FORGET • A century of the Poppy Appeal

HOW TO AVOID DIGITAL IMMORTALITY • Now is the time to organise your online life

STEPS TO TAKE NOW

Trees Of Britain • In this extract from the upcoming book, A Portrait of the Tree by Adrian Houston, five celebrities celebrate their favourite trees from around Britain

CAPE TOWN REVIVAL • A generation after the end of apartheid, the city is buzzing with a new creative energy

My Great Escape: Ladies In Lausanne • Londoner Sidonie Chaffer-Melly takes a trip with her friends

ONIRO BY THE SEA Paphos

Moving On From Savings • This month, Andy Webb helps us navigate the complex world of stocks and shares

Felt-Astic • It’s never too early to get started on your Christmas decor…

Black Friday Frustration • Black Friday sales can be a minefield to navigate, so, this month, Bec Oakes shares some vital tips for the bonanza

Stripes Vs Spots • The latest hero ingredient in the fight against acne, Jenessa Williams puts Tiger Grass to the test

Chicken & Pork Adobo “Romulo Style”

World Kitchen Iceland: Halibut Soup • This month, rising star chef, Gísli Matt, shares his grandmother’s recipe for the fabled halibut soup

State Of The Art: Sola Olulode • Nigerian artist Sola Olulode is inspired by her identity as a queer Black woman

BOILING POINT

4 More Great Films About Chefs

TELEVISION

Album Of The Month: -io

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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 148 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Nov 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 September ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

Mattress Madness • This month, a rare trip to a bed warehouse proves to be quite the experience for Olly

Sir Paul McCartney “There’s Nothing Stranger Than Celebrity” • Why, even after six decades, Sir Paul McCartney’s magical mystery tour rolls on into the next town

I REMEMBER… Engelbert Humperdinck • Coming to fame in the 1960s, Engelbert Humperdinck has sold more than 140 million records worldwide. He looks back on his childhood in India, how “Release Me” changed his life and why he never got to work with Gorillaz

Outsmart Kidney Disease • Symptoms are elusive—here’s what you need to know

AND BREATHE… • Want to blow out all the candles on your cake when you’re 75 or climb three flights of stairs without gasping at the top? There are ways and means to boost your lung power

Apps That Could Save Your Life

Ask The Expert: Men’s Wellbeing • Dr Luke Pratsides is a GP in the NHS in London and lead GP at private digital men’s health clinic, Numan

Puppy Love • This month, Dr Max reflects on the transformative power of pets

The Doctor Is In

Beat The Brain Freeze! • If your mind goes blank, you’re in good company—says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

THE COUPLE WHO HELPED SAVE THE WORLD • Not only did they create a COVID-19 vaccine and team up with Pfizer to save countless lives, they are also a shining example of integration

My Britain: Wrexham

If I Ruled The World Steve Hughes • Australian thrash metal musician and comedian Steve Hughes shares the rules he’d put in place should he find himself king of the world…

LEST WE FORGET • A century of the Poppy Appeal

HOW TO AVOID DIGITAL IMMORTALITY • Now is the time to organise your online life

STEPS TO TAKE NOW

Trees Of Britain • In this extract from the upcoming book, A Portrait of the Tree by Adrian Houston, five celebrities celebrate their favourite trees from around Britain

CAPE TOWN REVIVAL • A generation after the end of apartheid, the city is buzzing with a new creative energy

My Great Escape: Ladies In Lausanne • Londoner Sidonie Chaffer-Melly takes a trip with her friends

ONIRO BY THE SEA Paphos

Moving On From Savings • This month, Andy Webb helps us navigate the complex world of stocks and shares

Felt-Astic • It’s never too early to get started on your Christmas decor…

Black Friday Frustration • Black Friday sales can be a minefield to navigate, so, this month, Bec Oakes shares some vital tips for the bonanza

Stripes Vs Spots • The latest hero ingredient in the fight against acne, Jenessa Williams puts Tiger Grass to the test

Chicken & Pork Adobo “Romulo Style”

World Kitchen Iceland: Halibut Soup • This month, rising star chef, Gísli Matt, shares his grandmother’s recipe for the fabled halibut soup

State Of The Art: Sola Olulode • Nigerian artist Sola Olulode is inspired by her identity as a queer Black woman

BOILING POINT

4 More Great Films About Chefs

TELEVISION

Album Of The Month: -io

From...


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