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Reader's Digest UK

Jul 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

Picture-Perfect

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE May ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY

Saturday Sabbath • With two young children at home, Olly Mann keeps one day per week for relaxation

Sadiq Khan “Change Is Possible At A Local Level” • The Mayor of London on politics, pollution and penning his new book on climate change

I REMEMBER… Geezer Butler • Black Sabbath founder and bassist Geezer Butler is one of the most important figures in rock history. The 73-year-old’s band, which also featured legendary singer Ozzy Osbourne, is said to have invented heavy metal. They have sold more than 70 million records worldwide

NO MORE ACHES? • How we may (finally) be outsmarting joint pain

Holiday Health Essentials • How to make sure your holiday is an enjoyable, life-enhancing experience

Still Or Sparkling? • Some waters may be healthier than others

Ask The Expert: Hip Replacements • Hugh Apthorp is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising in hip replacements at London Bridge Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK

Hope In The Darkest Of Places • Two drug addicts surprise Dr Max with their friendship

The Doctor Is In • Dr Max Pemberton

Are You Training Yourself To Forget? • Real learning starts when teaching ends, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Does "Maintenance Sex" Keep The Spark Alive? • Can going through the motions with sex to satisfy a partner’s needs really work? Or is unwanted sex a sign of compliance rather than consent, and to be avoided?

Relationship Advice

VISION QUEST • This family is travelling the world—before the kids lose their vision to a rare genetic condition

My Britain: Robin Hood’s Bay

If I Ruled The World Candi Staton

WILL AI DESTROY MUSIC MAKING? • Video killed the radio star—will AI finish the job, or could it help future musicians?

"Beautiful Britain" Photo Competition • After thousands of entries and months of deliberation, we’re excited to reveal the winners of our photo competition!

The Swiss Miss Marple • A husband with a whip in his car. A conman eyeing an elderly woman’s wealth. It’s all in a day’s work for Louisa Erismann, private detective

Let us guide you on a holiday you’ll never forget!

A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER TANGO IN BARBADOS • Mum, Melody, and daughter, Sara, rediscover their shared adventurous spirit on an island escape

My Great Escape: Back In Brontë Country • Our reader Sharon Davies-Patrick walks in the Brontë sisters’ footsteps in Haworth

STILTSVILLE MIAMI

MONEY ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY • There’s more to planning your holiday money than currency exchange

Road Dogs • Planning on travelling by car on holiday with your furry friend this summer? Here are a few things to consider before taking your dog on a UK-based break

Cool Colours • An expert on environmental horticulture, Dr Ross Cameron, explains how to use plants of different shades to create a relaxing garden

How To Season A Salad • Tamar Adler explains how thinking outside the box (and other than lettuce) can unveil delicious...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Jul 01 2023

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  • Release date: June 20, 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

Picture-Perfect

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE May ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

SEE THE WORLD DIFFERENTLY

Saturday Sabbath • With two young children at home, Olly Mann keeps one day per week for relaxation

Sadiq Khan “Change Is Possible At A Local Level” • The Mayor of London on politics, pollution and penning his new book on climate change

I REMEMBER… Geezer Butler • Black Sabbath founder and bassist Geezer Butler is one of the most important figures in rock history. The 73-year-old’s band, which also featured legendary singer Ozzy Osbourne, is said to have invented heavy metal. They have sold more than 70 million records worldwide

NO MORE ACHES? • How we may (finally) be outsmarting joint pain

Holiday Health Essentials • How to make sure your holiday is an enjoyable, life-enhancing experience

Still Or Sparkling? • Some waters may be healthier than others

Ask The Expert: Hip Replacements • Hugh Apthorp is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising in hip replacements at London Bridge Hospital, part of HCA Healthcare UK

Hope In The Darkest Of Places • Two drug addicts surprise Dr Max with their friendship

The Doctor Is In • Dr Max Pemberton

Are You Training Yourself To Forget? • Real learning starts when teaching ends, says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

Does "Maintenance Sex" Keep The Spark Alive? • Can going through the motions with sex to satisfy a partner’s needs really work? Or is unwanted sex a sign of compliance rather than consent, and to be avoided?

Relationship Advice

VISION QUEST • This family is travelling the world—before the kids lose their vision to a rare genetic condition

My Britain: Robin Hood’s Bay

If I Ruled The World Candi Staton

WILL AI DESTROY MUSIC MAKING? • Video killed the radio star—will AI finish the job, or could it help future musicians?

"Beautiful Britain" Photo Competition • After thousands of entries and months of deliberation, we’re excited to reveal the winners of our photo competition!

The Swiss Miss Marple • A husband with a whip in his car. A conman eyeing an elderly woman’s wealth. It’s all in a day’s work for Louisa Erismann, private detective

Let us guide you on a holiday you’ll never forget!

A MOTHER AND DAUGHTER TANGO IN BARBADOS • Mum, Melody, and daughter, Sara, rediscover their shared adventurous spirit on an island escape

My Great Escape: Back In Brontë Country • Our reader Sharon Davies-Patrick walks in the Brontë sisters’ footsteps in Haworth

STILTSVILLE MIAMI

MONEY ESSENTIALS FOR YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY • There’s more to planning your holiday money than currency exchange

Road Dogs • Planning on travelling by car on holiday with your furry friend this summer? Here are a few things to consider before taking your dog on a UK-based break

Cool Colours • An expert on environmental horticulture, Dr Ross Cameron, explains how to use plants of different shades to create a relaxing garden

How To Season A Salad • Tamar Adler explains how thinking outside the box (and other than lettuce) can unveil delicious...


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