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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 to keep you entertained for weeks on end.

From regular columns packed with information to gripping human-interest stories and helpful how-tos, our magazine offers knowledge, positivity, and humour. In this month's issue…

"I am wrong sometimes but most of the time I’m dead-on“ - Hollywood legend, David Hasselhoff, opens up about his enormous fame, keeping his ego in check, and still hustling at 70

Award-winning songwriter, Tim Rice, looks back on his childhood, meeting Andrew Lloyd Webber, and receiving his knighthood

Three medics describe saving lives in extreme conditions

We discover the glitzy and racy history of British showgirls

And a plunge of the coast in Norway leads to an extraordinary encounter with wild orcas

It's A Dog's Life

Olly Mann resists family peer-pressure to become a "dog person"

It's A Dog's Life

4 mins

David Hasselhoff On Business, Baywatch And Being A Legend

The iconic star of Baywatch and Knight Rider opens up about his enormous fame, keeping his ego in check, and still hustling at 70

David Hasselhoff On Business, Baywatch And Being A Legend

5 mins

I REMEMBER...Tim Rice

English lyricist and author Tim Rice, 77, is known for writing lyrics for the world's best-loved musicals, including Joseph, Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita

I REMEMBER...Tim Rice

5 mins

Rise Above Pain

THE REMEDIES AND STRATEGIES THAT CAN HELP YOU ENJOY LIFE AGAIN

Rise Above Pain

8 mins

Active Hands, Calm Minds

How crafts like knitting can help us deal with stress

Active Hands, Calm Minds

2 mins

Scary Symptoms

A heart that goes bump in the night or eyelids that move by themselves? It might be Halloween but, almost always, there's no need to be afraid

Scary Symptoms

2 mins

Leading By Example

Healthcare workers need to join their patients on the treadmill, argues Dr Max

Leading By Example

3 mins

Can Hormones Change Who You're Attracted To?

WHAT MAKES YOU feel attracted to another person?

Can Hormones Change Who You're Attracted To?

2 mins

EXTREME MEDICINE

Discover the incredible stories of the extreme-conditions medics swapping their prescription pads and stethoscopes for rafts and snake venom...

EXTREME MEDICINE

6 mins

My Britain: MILFORD HAVEN

Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire, Wales, has been a working port town since the Middle Ages, and today is the biggest energy port in the UK.

My Britain: MILFORD HAVEN

4 mins

If I Ruled The World: Beth Nielsen Chapman

Grammy-nominated Songwriter's Hall of Fame inductee Beth Nielsen Chapman has written hits for everyone from Elton John to Neil Diamond. Her 15th studio album CrazyTown is out on September 23, via Cooking Vinyl

If I Ruled The World: Beth Nielsen Chapman

3 mins

BRING BACK THE SHOWGIRLS!

Cabaret is a little controversial. In fact, it was designed to be that way. Whether it's flouting old censorship laws or flaunting new liberties, cabaret intentionally stirs the pot. Hillary Sukhonos delves into the fascinating history behind this art form.

BRING BACK THE SHOWGIRLS!

7 mins

Graffiti Grows Up

No longer a sign of urban decay, street art is becoming prized

Graffiti Grows Up

4 mins

Swimming With Orcas

A plunge into forbidding waters off Norway leads to an extraordinary encounter

Swimming With Orcas

4 mins

How We Garden

Gardeners' World presenter Adam Frost on navigating the often-tricky journey of developing your own gardening style

How We Garden

3 mins

Noisy Neighbours

Bonfire Night is a tricky time for pet owners

Noisy Neighbours

2 mins

A TASTE OF HOME

SHAHI TUKRA is a rich Mughal dessert, where crisp butter-fried bread is soaked in a cardamom and saffron-infused milk.

A TASTE OF HOME

1 min

World Kitchen VENEZUELA: Arepa

A DELICIOUS AND satisfying pocket of joy, the arepa is a pre-Columbian breakfast dish stemming from the area that is now Colombia and Venezuela.

World Kitchen VENEZUELA: Arepa

1 min

State Of The Art: Paul Cezanne

Natalia Sidlina, curator of International Art and Michael Raymond, assistant curator of International Art, speak to Anna Walker about the Tate Modern's upcoming Cezanne show

State Of The Art: Paul Cezanne

1 min

Why Is Twitter So Important?

James O'Malley on the cultural significance of the microblogging giant

Why Is Twitter So Important?

3 mins

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Reader's Digest UK Magazine Description:

PublisherVivat Direct Ltd

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

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 to keep you entertained for weeks on end.

The world's best-loved general-interest publication contains something for everyone.

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