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In this issue

Timothy Dalton opens up about his early ambitions, meeting the Queen and dancing with Lesley Manville

From oatmeal baths to olive oil, here are 10 traditional remedies you can whip up at home today

The joy of giving: discover inspiring true-life stories that'll restore your faith in humanity this Christmas

Football Friendship: meet two legendary British goalkeepers whose 70-year friendship overcame all obstacles

Greenland through the lens: two wildlife photographers on their lifelong fascination with the mysterious Arctic Circle island

God Bless Us EveryOne!

Olly Mann waxes lyrical about the ultimate festive musical (or should we say carol?)

God Bless Us EveryOne!

3 mins

Timothy Dalton On The Queen, Questionable Roles, And Quickstep

Simon Button chats to the cinema titan about starring in the fifth series of The Crown and more

Timothy Dalton On The Queen, Questionable Roles, And Quickstep

5 mins

I REMEMBER... Pattie Boyd

Pattie Boyd (78) came to fame as a top model in the 1960s, when she also became the wife of George Harrison. She looks back at her childhood in Kenya, hanging out with Jean Shrimpton and The Beatles, and being a muse for Eric Clapton

I REMEMBER... Pattie Boyd

6 mins

HOME REMEDIES

From oatmeal baths to olive oil, here are the best cures you can whip up at home

HOME REMEDIES

8 mins

Rise And Shine

How to put a spring in your step on those cold, dark winter mornings

Rise And Shine

2 mins

Ask The Expert: Loneliness

Denise Iordache is a cognitive behavioural hypnotherapist

Ask The Expert: Loneliness

1 min

Winter Ways: Top Tips On Staying Warmer In Colder Months

With the rising cost of living affecting all of us, staying warmer this winter feels like it’s going to be a difficult task. However, there are things you can do to make sure that you’re keeping healthy— and keeping the heat in. Read on for some small tips that could make a big difference...

Winter Ways: Top Tips On Staying Warmer In Colder Months

2 mins

Breaking With Christmas Tradition

Dr Max muses on the true spirit of Christmas when steadfast festive belief is questioned

Breaking With Christmas Tradition

3 mins

The Doctor Is In

Q: My migraines have been getting worse! I have always had symptoms like flashing lights, numbness and headaches, but more recently I’ve also started feeling extremely nauseous. Any ideas how to manage this? - John

The Doctor Is In

1 min

Should We Remove Age-Range Filters From Dating Apps?

IN THE WORLD of online dating, being ageist is exceedingly easy.

Should We Remove Age-Range Filters From Dating Apps?

2 mins

If I Ruled The World Julian Lloyd Webber

Julian Lloyd Webber is an award-winning cellist and conductor who has performed with many of the world’s greatest orchestras

If I Ruled The World Julian Lloyd Webber

2 mins

My Britain: CHILTERN HILLS

Stretching for 45 miles across North London, from Goring on-Thames to Hitchin, taking in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, the Chiltern Hills are home to a vast diversity of residents, countryside and businesses. In 1965, almost half of the area was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty—not surprising when you consider the stunning stretches of the Thames, the rolling hills and boundless greenery that make up its landscape. We spoke to two local businessmen about their lives and livelihoods in the Chiltern Hills, to get a sense for what makes this corner of Britain so special.

My Britain: CHILTERN HILLS

2 mins

Up In LIGHTS

A community puts on a dazzling display of support for a grieving family

Up In LIGHTS

5 mins

The Christmas That CHANGED ME

My parents paid far more than they could afford for the greatest gift of my life

The Christmas That CHANGED ME

4 mins

Keeping On

The story of Eric Gill and Dave Hollins, sport's most enduring friendship | Spencer Vignes tells us about the unique friendship which inspired his new book Eric & Dave, the story of two footballers and former rivals who first met almost 70 years ago

Keeping On

6 mins

How Sir Geoff Hurst provided for his family

WITH EQUITY RELEASE

How Sir Geoff Hurst provided for his family

3 mins

Adventure Off The Beaten Track In TURKEY

Instead of flying across the vastness that is central Turkey, we decided to drive over it. And under it

Adventure Off The Beaten Track In TURKEY

7 mins

LIFE AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD

Two wildlife photographers on the thrill and importance of documenting the frigid natural beauty of Greenland

LIFE AT THE TOP OF THE WORLD

6 mins

My Great Escape: To Be Beside The Seaside

Our reader Luke Ithurralde from County Durham heads to the coast

My Great Escape: To Be Beside The Seaside

2 mins

SAVINGS

With interest rates on the up, here’s how you can make your cash savings work a little bit harder for you

SAVINGS

4 mins

Stress-Free Christmas

How to keep your pets safe during the festive season

Stress-Free Christmas

2 mins

Baking For The Holidays

For the final issue of our celebratory 100thanniversary year, we're sharing some classic baking recipes from the RD vaults

Baking For The Holidays

6 mins

State Of The Art: Barbara Hepworth

Anne Barlow, director of Tate St Ives and curator of Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life at Tate St Ives from November 26, 2022 - May 1, 2023 speaks to Anna Walker

State Of The Art: Barbara Hepworth

3 mins

GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY

RIAN JOHNSON'S follow-up to his 2019 murder-mystery Knives Out is another fiendish whodunit in that classic Agatha Christie mould.

GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY

1 min

ARMAGEDDON TIME

THERE IS NO apocalypse in James Gray's coming-of-age drama, at least on the surface. But this semi-autobiographical Reagan-era tale will feel familiar to anyone who grew up in the Eighties.

ARMAGEDDON TIME

1 min

December Fiction

A modern piece of Victorian-era gothic is our pick for a Christmas holiday read

December Fiction

2 mins

RECOMMENDED READ: A Ukranian Christmas

Our recommended read shows how much this Christmas in Ukraine has in common with the very first yule…

RECOMMENDED READ: A Ukranian Christmas

4 mins

Books THAT CHANGED MY LIFE

British actor Ben Miller is one half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller, as well as a prolific writer for children. His new books, Secrets of a Christmas Elf and The Night We Got Stuck in a Story, are available now

Books THAT CHANGED MY LIFE

1 min

The Out-Of-This-World Plan That Could Make "No Service" A Thing Of The Past

No reception may soon be a distant memory, says James O'Malley

The Out-Of-This-World Plan That Could Make "No Service" A Thing Of The Past

3 mins

A Century Of Change

As we draw a close to our centenary celebrations, we find out which Christmas traditions are newer than you might think

A Century Of Change

1 min

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Reader's Digest UK Magazine Description:

PublisherVivat Direct Ltd

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

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