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Reader's Digest UK

Apr 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

Through The Lens

Over To You

Pay It Forward

Dark Side of Tech

Party Bag Debate

Let’s All Listen More

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY

The Digital Dad • When Olly Mann tires of the bedtime story, he finds an unexpected ally in AI

Steven Spielberg How I Caught My Mother’s Affair On Camera • The cinema maestro was only 16 when his life changed after he filmed his mother flirting with his father’s best friend. Six decades on, The Fabelmans director gets personal

I REMEMBER…Paul Brady • Paul Brady (75) is an Irish music legend whose 50-year career has seen him cross paths with everyone from Bob Dylan to Tina Turner. Paul’s new memoir Crazy Dreams is out now

SEEING DOUBLE: DISEASE IN MULTIPLE TWINS • When one sibling of quadruplet brothers is diagnosed with cancer, what’s the risk for the others?

PREPARING FOR TAKE OFF • ROAM IF YOU WANT TO—BUT DON’T FORGET THESE ITEMS IF YOU’RE OVER 60 OR HAVE MEDICAL ISSUES

7 Ways Your Body Is Telling You You’re Stressed • As well as obvious mental signs, such as anxiety or insomnia, tension can bring on surprising physical symptoms

Wash Day • How often should you change your sheets and other textiles you use around the house?

Ask The Expert: Irritable Bowel Syndrome • Dr Sean Preston is consultant gastroenterologist at the Royal London Hospital, Barts Health and founding partner of London Digestive Health at The Princess Grace Hospital, London

On The Wards • Dr Max reflects on the disrespect shown to older patients by some staff

The Doctor Is In

Forget What They Taught You At School! • You might need some new lessons in learning, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Cold-Water Cure • A chilly practice has some promising health benefits

What’s The “Man-Child” Phenomenon?

Relationship Advice

My Britain: SNOWDONIA

If I Ruled The World • Suzi Ruffell is a Brighton-based comedian and podcaster who has had five sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

MY STARTER DOG • Adopting a dog in my sixties was never part of the plan. But Casey changed everything

GARDENS THROUGH TIME • From Tudor rose-covered arbours and Victorian plant hunters to the drought-resistant gardens of the future, we dive into the fascinating evolution of horticulture

A GUIDE TO INDEPENDENT LIVING: • Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean you need to lose your independence

WALKING IN SICILY’S MOUNTAINS • Traversing the peaks and towns of the Madonie mountains on the picturesque Italian island

Prize Crossword

Win A Southwest Adventure For Two

My Great Escape: Discovering Undiscovered Donegal • Our reader Katrina Robinson returns to Ireland, the site of childhood family holidays, determined to discover something new…

POINTE DE LA JONCTION

WIN A TWO-NIGHT BED AND BREAKFAST STAY AT Twr y Felin Hotel • With dinner on one evening at 3 AA Rosette Blas Restaurant and a bottle of Prosecco on arrival

PAY LESS FOR YOUR BROAD BAND BILLS

(Not Just) Easter Bunnies • Rabbits are a popular pet at this time of year. But they’re actually complicated animals, so...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Apr 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

Through The Lens

Over To You

Pay It Forward

Dark Side of Tech

Party Bag Debate

Let’s All Listen More

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY

The Digital Dad • When Olly Mann tires of the bedtime story, he finds an unexpected ally in AI

Steven Spielberg How I Caught My Mother’s Affair On Camera • The cinema maestro was only 16 when his life changed after he filmed his mother flirting with his father’s best friend. Six decades on, The Fabelmans director gets personal

I REMEMBER…Paul Brady • Paul Brady (75) is an Irish music legend whose 50-year career has seen him cross paths with everyone from Bob Dylan to Tina Turner. Paul’s new memoir Crazy Dreams is out now

SEEING DOUBLE: DISEASE IN MULTIPLE TWINS • When one sibling of quadruplet brothers is diagnosed with cancer, what’s the risk for the others?

PREPARING FOR TAKE OFF • ROAM IF YOU WANT TO—BUT DON’T FORGET THESE ITEMS IF YOU’RE OVER 60 OR HAVE MEDICAL ISSUES

7 Ways Your Body Is Telling You You’re Stressed • As well as obvious mental signs, such as anxiety or insomnia, tension can bring on surprising physical symptoms

Wash Day • How often should you change your sheets and other textiles you use around the house?

Ask The Expert: Irritable Bowel Syndrome • Dr Sean Preston is consultant gastroenterologist at the Royal London Hospital, Barts Health and founding partner of London Digestive Health at The Princess Grace Hospital, London

On The Wards • Dr Max reflects on the disrespect shown to older patients by some staff

The Doctor Is In

Forget What They Taught You At School! • You might need some new lessons in learning, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Cold-Water Cure • A chilly practice has some promising health benefits

What’s The “Man-Child” Phenomenon?

Relationship Advice

My Britain: SNOWDONIA

If I Ruled The World • Suzi Ruffell is a Brighton-based comedian and podcaster who has had five sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

MY STARTER DOG • Adopting a dog in my sixties was never part of the plan. But Casey changed everything

GARDENS THROUGH TIME • From Tudor rose-covered arbours and Victorian plant hunters to the drought-resistant gardens of the future, we dive into the fascinating evolution of horticulture

A GUIDE TO INDEPENDENT LIVING: • Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean you need to lose your independence

WALKING IN SICILY’S MOUNTAINS • Traversing the peaks and towns of the Madonie mountains on the picturesque Italian island

Prize Crossword

Win A Southwest Adventure For Two

My Great Escape: Discovering Undiscovered Donegal • Our reader Katrina Robinson returns to Ireland, the site of childhood family holidays, determined to discover something new…

POINTE DE LA JONCTION

WIN A TWO-NIGHT BED AND BREAKFAST STAY AT Twr y Felin Hotel • With dinner on one evening at 3 AA Rosette Blas Restaurant and a bottle of Prosecco on arrival

PAY LESS FOR YOUR BROAD BAND BILLS

(Not Just) Easter Bunnies • Rabbits are a popular pet at this time of year. But they’re actually complicated animals, so...


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