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Reader's Digest UK

Feb 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

True To You

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE December ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY • This sport requires courage! After all, skeleton riders hurtle down an ice channel head first while lying on their bellies. The sport owes its somewhat macabre name to the sleds used. These consist largely of a metal frame reminiscent of a skeleton. On their slide, which can reach speeds of up to 145km per hour, athletes like Austrian Janine Flock—shown here at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing—steer by shifting pressure with their legs and shoulders.

The Party Bags Are Over • Olly Mann takes issue with party bags for kids' birthdays, and he’s not backing down

Sam Riley On Control, Cornwall And Keeping His Privacy • Simon Button talks to the Yorkshire actor about playing Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, filming She Is Love on the south coast, and living a family life in Berlin

I REMEMBER… Neil deGrasse Tyson • Neil deGrasse Tyson (64) is one of the world’s most eminent astrophysicists. As he publishes his latest book, he looks back at growing up in the Bronx, witnessing the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and interviewing Katy Perry

Bending Boundaries • Meet the women with EDS helping to shape the future for others

THE BLENDING INTO CROWD • Social masking behaviour could be sabotaging your self-esteem. Here’s how to spot the signs

7 Signs It’s Perimenopause • It’s that weird run-up to menopause, but you might not realise you’re in it. Here’s are a few ways to tell

Vape Expectations • E-cigs are still a new trend, scientifically speaking. But evidence is stacking up, both of the pros and cons

Ask The Expert: Caring For Someone With Dementia • Professor Tracey Williamson is a consultant nurse and associate at the charity Dementia Carers Count

Small Acts Of Kindness • It costs nothing to be nice, and it might just save someone’s life, reflects Dr Max

The Doctor Is In

How To Travel In Time • It pays to connect with your past and future selves, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

We Need To Stop Looking Down On Settling

Relationship Advice

Discover Bach with VIALMA • From grandiose organ music to majestic vocal scores and delicate chamber music, Bach wrote over 1,000 masterpieces in his lifetime – and they haven’t aged a bit.

Spread the word: • There’s an easy way to enjoy more of the things you love

Good food, great flavours

Quick meals, well made

Easy on the pocket, delicious on the plate

All the taste of a 4-hour slow-cooked meal with none of the effort

My Britain: GOWER PENINSULA • Drive just half an hour away from the city of Swansea and you’ll find a slice of paradise: the Gower Peninsula.

If I Ruled The World Tracy-Ann Oberman • Tracy Ann-Oberman is a British actor, playwright and narrator, widely known for her roles in EastEnders and Friday Night Dinner

THE FUTURE OF TECH • From self-driving cars to space travel, we answer five questions about where technology is heading

WIN a Relaxation Day for two at the award-winning Ragdale Hall Spa

TEMPLESPA is a British skincare brand with a Mediterranean soul and we...


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

True To You

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE December ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY • This sport requires courage! After all, skeleton riders hurtle down an ice channel head first while lying on their bellies. The sport owes its somewhat macabre name to the sleds used. These consist largely of a metal frame reminiscent of a skeleton. On their slide, which can reach speeds of up to 145km per hour, athletes like Austrian Janine Flock—shown here at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing—steer by shifting pressure with their legs and shoulders.

The Party Bags Are Over • Olly Mann takes issue with party bags for kids' birthdays, and he’s not backing down

Sam Riley On Control, Cornwall And Keeping His Privacy • Simon Button talks to the Yorkshire actor about playing Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, filming She Is Love on the south coast, and living a family life in Berlin

I REMEMBER… Neil deGrasse Tyson • Neil deGrasse Tyson (64) is one of the world’s most eminent astrophysicists. As he publishes his latest book, he looks back at growing up in the Bronx, witnessing the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre and interviewing Katy Perry

Bending Boundaries • Meet the women with EDS helping to shape the future for others

THE BLENDING INTO CROWD • Social masking behaviour could be sabotaging your self-esteem. Here’s how to spot the signs

7 Signs It’s Perimenopause • It’s that weird run-up to menopause, but you might not realise you’re in it. Here’s are a few ways to tell

Vape Expectations • E-cigs are still a new trend, scientifically speaking. But evidence is stacking up, both of the pros and cons

Ask The Expert: Caring For Someone With Dementia • Professor Tracey Williamson is a consultant nurse and associate at the charity Dementia Carers Count

Small Acts Of Kindness • It costs nothing to be nice, and it might just save someone’s life, reflects Dr Max

The Doctor Is In

How To Travel In Time • It pays to connect with your past and future selves, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

We Need To Stop Looking Down On Settling

Relationship Advice

Discover Bach with VIALMA • From grandiose organ music to majestic vocal scores and delicate chamber music, Bach wrote over 1,000 masterpieces in his lifetime – and they haven’t aged a bit.

Spread the word: • There’s an easy way to enjoy more of the things you love

Good food, great flavours

Quick meals, well made

Easy on the pocket, delicious on the plate

All the taste of a 4-hour slow-cooked meal with none of the effort

My Britain: GOWER PENINSULA • Drive just half an hour away from the city of Swansea and you’ll find a slice of paradise: the Gower Peninsula.

If I Ruled The World Tracy-Ann Oberman • Tracy Ann-Oberman is a British actor, playwright and narrator, widely known for her roles in EastEnders and Friday Night Dinner

THE FUTURE OF TECH • From self-driving cars to space travel, we answer five questions about where technology is heading

WIN a Relaxation Day for two at the award-winning Ragdale Hall Spa

TEMPLESPA is a British skincare brand with a Mediterranean soul and we...


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