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Reader's Digest UK

Oct 01 2022
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.

It’s time to free yourself from required mortgage payments

Reader's Digest

In This Issue…

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE August ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

It's A Dog's Life • Olly Mann resists family peer-pressure to become a "dog person"

David Hasselhoff On Business, Baywatch And Being A Legend • The iconic star of Baywatch and Knight Rider opens up about his enormous fame, keeping his ego in check, and still hustling at 70

I REMEMBER… Tim Rice • English lyricist and author Tim Rice, 77, is known for writing lyrics for the world’s best-loved musicals, including Joseph, Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita

Rise Above Pain • THE REMEDIES AND STRATEGIES THAT CAN HELP YOU ENJOY LIFE AGAIN

Active Hands, Calm Minds • How crafts like knitting can help us deal with stress

Scary Symptoms • A heart that goes bump in the night or eyelids that move by themselves? It might be Halloween but, almost always, there’s no need to be afraid

8 Reasons To Try Tai Chi

Ask The Expert: Grandchildren’s Wellbeing • Dr Tamara Scully is a Suffolk-based chartered clinical psychologist who works with children, young people and adults.

Leading By Example • Healthcare workers need to join their patients on the treadmill, argues Dr Max

The Doctor Is In

Have A Disgustingly Good Memory • Negative feelings can nudge your brain, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Can Hormones Change Who You’re Attracted To?

Relationship Advice

EXTREME MEDICINE • Discover the incredible stories of the extreme-conditions medics swapping their prescription pads and stethoscopes for rafts and snake venom…

My Britain: MILFORD HAVEN

Sue Kenny • Sue Kenny, 77, is a trustee and volunteer at the Milford Haven Museum.

If I Ruled The World Beth Nielsen Chapman • Grammy-nominated Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee Beth Nielsen Chapman has written hits for everyone from Elton John to Neil Diamond. Her 15th studio album CrazyTown is out on September 23, via Cooking Vinyl

BRING BACK THE SHOWGIRLS! • Cabaret is a little controversial. In fact, it was designed to be that way. Whether it's flouting old censorship laws or flaunting new liberties, cabaret intentionally stirs the pot. Hillary Sukhonos delves into the fascinating history behind this art form

Graffiti Grows Up • No longer a sign of urban decay, street art is becoming prized

Swimming with Orcas

My Great Escape: Beautiful Berlin • Our reader Peter Gallagher on his recent trip to the German capital

City Wall At Paul Beirut

PRIME TIME To Ditch Digital Subscriptions • Over the last few years, particularly during lockdown, you probably signed up for a new month-by-month subscription where goods are sent to your front door or ser vices accessed via the internet

On The Money

How We Garden • Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost on navigating the often-tricky journey of developing your own gardening style

Noisy Neighbours • Bonfire Night is a tricky time for pet owners

A TASTE OF HOME

World Kitchen VENEZUELA: Arepa

State Of The Art: Paul Cezanne...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 148 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Oct 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 19, 2022

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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.

It’s time to free yourself from required mortgage payments

Reader's Digest

In This Issue…

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE August ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

It's A Dog's Life • Olly Mann resists family peer-pressure to become a "dog person"

David Hasselhoff On Business, Baywatch And Being A Legend • The iconic star of Baywatch and Knight Rider opens up about his enormous fame, keeping his ego in check, and still hustling at 70

I REMEMBER… Tim Rice • English lyricist and author Tim Rice, 77, is known for writing lyrics for the world’s best-loved musicals, including Joseph, Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita

Rise Above Pain • THE REMEDIES AND STRATEGIES THAT CAN HELP YOU ENJOY LIFE AGAIN

Active Hands, Calm Minds • How crafts like knitting can help us deal with stress

Scary Symptoms • A heart that goes bump in the night or eyelids that move by themselves? It might be Halloween but, almost always, there’s no need to be afraid

8 Reasons To Try Tai Chi

Ask The Expert: Grandchildren’s Wellbeing • Dr Tamara Scully is a Suffolk-based chartered clinical psychologist who works with children, young people and adults.

Leading By Example • Healthcare workers need to join their patients on the treadmill, argues Dr Max

The Doctor Is In

Have A Disgustingly Good Memory • Negative feelings can nudge your brain, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Can Hormones Change Who You’re Attracted To?

Relationship Advice

EXTREME MEDICINE • Discover the incredible stories of the extreme-conditions medics swapping their prescription pads and stethoscopes for rafts and snake venom…

My Britain: MILFORD HAVEN

Sue Kenny • Sue Kenny, 77, is a trustee and volunteer at the Milford Haven Museum.

If I Ruled The World Beth Nielsen Chapman • Grammy-nominated Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee Beth Nielsen Chapman has written hits for everyone from Elton John to Neil Diamond. Her 15th studio album CrazyTown is out on September 23, via Cooking Vinyl

BRING BACK THE SHOWGIRLS! • Cabaret is a little controversial. In fact, it was designed to be that way. Whether it's flouting old censorship laws or flaunting new liberties, cabaret intentionally stirs the pot. Hillary Sukhonos delves into the fascinating history behind this art form

Graffiti Grows Up • No longer a sign of urban decay, street art is becoming prized

Swimming with Orcas

My Great Escape: Beautiful Berlin • Our reader Peter Gallagher on his recent trip to the German capital

City Wall At Paul Beirut

PRIME TIME To Ditch Digital Subscriptions • Over the last few years, particularly during lockdown, you probably signed up for a new month-by-month subscription where goods are sent to your front door or ser vices accessed via the internet

On The Money

How We Garden • Gardeners’ World presenter Adam Frost on navigating the often-tricky journey of developing your own gardening style

Noisy Neighbours • Bonfire Night is a tricky time for pet owners

A TASTE OF HOME

World Kitchen VENEZUELA: Arepa

State Of The Art: Paul Cezanne...


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