Reader's Digest UK Magazine - March 2024
Reader's Digest UK Magazine - March 2024
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In this issue
• Jessica Chastain: The Oscar-winning actor talks about championing women’s stories, her rebellious youth and portraying raw characters in film
• Home At Last: Incredible, heart-warming true stories of pet reunions, including a dog who was missing for a decade
• Dance As Medicine: How dancing improves the lives of people with health conditions such as Parkinson’s, MS and brain injury
• Artful Boston: Exploring the cultural offerings and artistic side of the US city known as “the Athens of America”
• Precognitive Dreams: Could our night visions ever predict the future?
Culinary Grandes Dames
Paola Westbeek celebrates the women who have influenced her journey in gastronomy-from Elizabeth David and Julia Child to Nigella Lawson
My Britain: Winterton-on-Sea
WITH A BEAUTIFUL BEACH on one side and the Norfolk Broads on the other, Winterton-on-Sea is a lovely little village with a big heart.
Under The GRANDFLUENCE Prince Stash
From aristocratic, eccentric friend of Sixties rockstars to TikTok sensation
Steve Conte: If I Ruled The World
Steve Conte is a musician known for his memorable guitar work as a member of New York Dolls, as well as his collaborations with Japanese composer Yoko Kanno on the soundtracks to several hit anime series
My Great Escape: Rome, The Eternal City
Our reader Barbara Hull takes a Hollywood-inspired trip to Rome and reveals that some wishes really do come true
BOTANIC GARDENS OF THE WORLD
Tales of extraordinary plants, botanical history and scientific discovery
THIS BACON FAKERY MUST STOP
I WAS RECENTLY given bacon-flavoured dental floss for my birthday. My first question was: who the hell gives dental floss as a gift? My second question was: has bacon gone too far?
GOOD NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Meet the Crufts competitors who changed their owners' lives completely
HOME AT LAST!
A cat missing for ten years, a dog who disappeared during a wildfire, and more heartwarming true stories of pets who were lost then found
New Love Lexicon
Do internet terms help or hinder healthy romantic relationships?
Don't Be A Bystander
The bystander effect sees people simply standing by rather than helping in case of an emergency
7 Questions About Pees
The two or more litres of urine you pass in a single day can tell you a lot about your health
This is Your Brain Dance
How dance is improving the lives of people with neurocognitive and movement disorders like Parkinson's, MS and brain injury
Jonathan Yeo I REMEMBER...
Jonathan Yeo is one of the world's leading figurative artists. Entirely self-taught, his portrait subjects have included former Prime Minister Tony Blair, American actor Dennis Hopper and members of the Royal Family
Jessica Chastain On Feminism, Fame And Fighting The Good Fight
The Oscar-winning actor on championing women's stories, her rebellious youth and dementia in film
Glamour and wild behaviour are at the heart of Roger Lewis’ biography of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
Insurance, Photocopiers and Other Mysteries
THRILLERS AND DETECTIVE SHOWS are all the rage on television, yet the real mysteries of life go unsolved. It may be time to put a modern-day Sherlock Holmes or Hercule Poirot on these real-world cold cases.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF WAINWRIGHT
Inspired by Alfred Wainwright's writings, Richard Webber walks up multiple Lake District fells with stunning views
HOW TO GET ALONG WITH ANYONE
Master awkward conversations with these nine tricky personality types
Young At Heart
Why do we feel younger than we actually are?
Luke O'Neill If I Ruled The World
Luke O’Neill is a world renowned scientist, author and educator, and professor of biochemistry at Trinity College Dublin
My Britain: Edinburgh
CHRISTMAS IN EDINBURGH is truly lovely. In fact, it’s so lovely that Edinburgh tops most lists of “best places to visit for Christmas in the UK”, and it’s easy to see why. Known for its festivals all year round, the city doesn’t take any time off in December, instead coming alive with festive decorations, markets and special events. Stroll through charming wooden stalls and pick out handmade gifts for your family, or warm up with some mulled wine, surrounded by twinkling Christmas lights.
Christmas, a time when the world sparkles with lights, goodwill, and the promise of togetherness, means something unique to each of us. For some, it's a time to be selfless and help those in need; for others, it's all about family and connection. In this festive article, we unwrap four unique true-life tales that capture the essence of Christmas
We Need To Take The Pressure Off Christmas
It might just save your relationship
Dr Max reflects on how he views his patients' pain after suffering a kidney stone
9 Ways To Stay Warm At Night
Keep toasty in bed this winter and get a better night’s sleep
Give The Gift Of Good Health
What presents can you give this Christmas that are scientifically proven to benefit your physical or mental wellbeing?
A Mental Workout
Exercise releases \"hope molecules\" into the bloodstream
10 Nutrition Myths
And what health experts want you to know instead
Mark Powell I REMEMBER...
After four decades of making clothes for the great and the good, stylist and tailor Mark Powell (63) is Soho's last man standing
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