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Reader's Digest UK

Jun 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

Thank You For The Music

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE April ISSUE

POETRY CORNER • Want to see your short poem published in Reader’s Digest?

SEE THE WORLD…

Food For Thought • Olly Mann uses what’s in the fridge and cupboards to break out of a food rut with new meals

Léa Seydoux “I See Cinema As A Global Language” • French actor Léa Seydoux is making her mark in Hollywood, allwhilemaintainingadiverse filmography and humble approach

I REMEMBER… Andrew Pritchard • Andrew Pritchard (56) went from an Action Man kid and music-obsessed teenager to one of the UK’s biggest drug smugglers, who served time in HMP Belmarsh. Now he’s helping to guide at-risk young people away from a life of crime

THE A-Z GUIDE TO HEALTH CHECKS IN 2023 • AND CHECKS FOR UK ADULTS OF EVERY AGE

When Music Is Medicine • This therapy is gaining credibility as it shows real results

8 Sobering Facts About Women And Alcohol • Everyone knows that booze can be bad for your health, but there are some surprising effects of drinking for women

Go Low • Certain foods are linked to a higher risk of type 2 diabetes. But by making a few wise dietary choices you might be able to bring down or stabilise your blood

Ask The Expert: Sisu • Dr Emilia Elisabet Lahti is a Finnish educator specialising in sisu, the Finnish art of building inner strength. She is the author of Gentle Power: A Revolution in How We Think, Lead, and Succeed (Sounds True, 2023)

Taking A Gamble • Dr Max explains the neurology of gambling addictions

The Doctor Is In

Remember Like An Expert • Having a specialist subject helps you learn anything, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Can Cheating Ever Improve A Relationship? • Of all the sins you could commit in a relationship, cheating is seen as one of the worst. But could it also trigger a chance for a reset, which brings both partners closer together?

Relationship Advice

Cabinets Of Curiosities • The weird and wonderful history behind private collections that became the first museums

My Britain: Canterbury

If I Ruled The World • Hailed as the “First Lady of Folk”, Kate Rusby is a Mercury Prize-nominated artist and one of the best-known contemporary English folk singers

A HUMAN HISTORY IN RUST • In rubbish, there’s beauty—and hope for what can be renewed

COMPETITIONS

Get Gardening! • As the weather warms up, there’s no reason not to get out and get gardening

PARADISE BETWEEN THE MOUNTAINS AND THE SEA • Dubrovnik has seen more than its share of calamities, but it has never lost its appealing spirit

COMPETITIONS

MUSIC WITH A VIEW • Summer may well be the favourite season of classical music lovers, with numerous festivals spanning all genres and composers taking place worldwide. And what’s better than enjoying a live performance of your favourite piece? Enjoying it in the great outdoors, of course!

COMPETITIONS

My Great Escape: Cruising The Norwegian Fjords • Our reader Rhiannon Lewis explores the mesmerising fjords of Norway by boat

SAN NICOLÒ DEI MENDICOLI

THE BEST WAY TO EARN CASH BACK • How to...


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

Thank You For The Music

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE April ISSUE

POETRY CORNER • Want to see your short poem published in Reader’s Digest?

SEE THE WORLD…

Food For Thought • Olly Mann uses what’s in the fridge and cupboards to break out of a food rut with new meals

Léa Seydoux “I See Cinema As A Global Language” • French actor Léa Seydoux is making her mark in Hollywood, allwhilemaintainingadiverse filmography and humble approach

I REMEMBER… Andrew Pritchard • Andrew Pritchard (56) went from an Action Man kid and music-obsessed teenager to one of the UK’s biggest drug smugglers, who served time in HMP Belmarsh. Now he’s helping to guide at-risk young people away from a life of crime

THE A-Z GUIDE TO HEALTH CHECKS IN 2023 • AND CHECKS FOR UK ADULTS OF EVERY AGE

When Music Is Medicine • This therapy is gaining credibility as it shows real results

8 Sobering Facts About Women And Alcohol • Everyone knows that booze can be bad for your health, but there are some surprising effects of drinking for women

Go Low • Certain foods are linked to a higher risk of type 2 diabetes. But by making a few wise dietary choices you might be able to bring down or stabilise your blood

Ask The Expert: Sisu • Dr Emilia Elisabet Lahti is a Finnish educator specialising in sisu, the Finnish art of building inner strength. She is the author of Gentle Power: A Revolution in How We Think, Lead, and Succeed (Sounds True, 2023)

Taking A Gamble • Dr Max explains the neurology of gambling addictions

The Doctor Is In

Remember Like An Expert • Having a specialist subject helps you learn anything, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Can Cheating Ever Improve A Relationship? • Of all the sins you could commit in a relationship, cheating is seen as one of the worst. But could it also trigger a chance for a reset, which brings both partners closer together?

Relationship Advice

Cabinets Of Curiosities • The weird and wonderful history behind private collections that became the first museums

My Britain: Canterbury

If I Ruled The World • Hailed as the “First Lady of Folk”, Kate Rusby is a Mercury Prize-nominated artist and one of the best-known contemporary English folk singers

A HUMAN HISTORY IN RUST • In rubbish, there’s beauty—and hope for what can be renewed

COMPETITIONS

Get Gardening! • As the weather warms up, there’s no reason not to get out and get gardening

PARADISE BETWEEN THE MOUNTAINS AND THE SEA • Dubrovnik has seen more than its share of calamities, but it has never lost its appealing spirit

COMPETITIONS

MUSIC WITH A VIEW • Summer may well be the favourite season of classical music lovers, with numerous festivals spanning all genres and composers taking place worldwide. And what’s better than enjoying a live performance of your favourite piece? Enjoying it in the great outdoors, of course!

COMPETITIONS

My Great Escape: Cruising The Norwegian Fjords • Our reader Rhiannon Lewis explores the mesmerising fjords of Norway by boat

SAN NICOLÒ DEI MENDICOLI

THE BEST WAY TO EARN CASH BACK • How to...


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