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The Problem With Alcohol

Substance abuse is a common issue in this country. But who’s really to blame?

3 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

No More NEGATIVE ENERGY

It’s been a hard year but, while we can’t change what’s happening in the world, we can focus on boosting our positive vibes

2 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

World Kitchen France: Onion Soup

This month, we’re luxuriating in the deliciously pungent aromas of the French nation’s favourite bistro classic: onion soup. A perfect marriage of silky onions, rich, savoury broth, crunchy toasted bread and layers of gooey cheese, this French national treasure will really hit the spot on a cold winter evening.

1 min read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Super-Speed Connection

James O'Malley explains how Starlink can revolutionise internet connectivity around the world

3 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Could Fake Meat Be The Answer?

With the growing popularity in meat substitutes, we take a look at how it fares next to the real thing

2 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

My Great Escape: A Walk Through Long Eaton

Our reader Elaine Argyle on why you should make time to visit the thriving town of Long Eaton

2 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Hyaluronic Acid

Could it truly be the "magical Ingredient" we've all heard so much about?

1 min read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

HIDDEN GEMS

ST MARY’S CATHEDRAL Tokyo

1 min read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Angella Nazarian If I Ruled The World

Angella Nazarian is a best-selling author and sought-after international speaker. She recently launched her fourth book, Creative Couples: Collaborations That Changed History

2 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

A TASTE OF HOME: DENAI MOORE

Aka Dee’s Table

2 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

60 Second Stand-Up

We talked to the witty comedian Susan Murray

1 min read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

New Year, No Resolutions

At a time when we're all reflecting on our futures, it might be the best opportunity to pounce on some self-care

3 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

THE GLOBAL NETWORK

When disaster strands two US tourists in the jungle, unable to walk and unlikely to be found, they have one hope: a phone with a dying battery

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Take Charge Of Your Finances In 2021

2021 holds hope for more positivity than our previous year but with whatever comes next, getting on top of your money is a great start

3 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Sir Michael Parkinson I REMEMBER…

Possibly Britain’s greatest ever chat-show host, Michael Parkinson has interviewed thousands of the world’s most famous and fascinating public figures. His new book, Like Father, Like Son, is an affectionate memoir about his dad, John William, co-written with his own son, Mike

8 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Oh, January

This month, Olly Mann muses on the lessons of 2020 that we should all cling to for the year ahead

5 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

How To Paint A Two-Tone Wall

Give your décor a new year update with this smart paint effect to add character and interest to any space

1 min read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Gently Down The Stream

Going fast isn’t an option on the Oxford Canal—to the delight of all who cruise this charming waterway

9 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Is Our MENTAL HEALTH Making Us Poorer?

How mental health issues can exacerbate your financial situation—and what you can do about it

7 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Is It Love Or Something Else?

Research into how we choose our mate reveals some surprises

8 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Gary Numan On Anxiety, Autism And Alan Partridge

Gary Anthony James Webb, aka Gary Numan, takes us on a journey from his “Cars” stardom, through career crisis to bouncing back again

7 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

Belonging/ Unbelonging

Feeling a concrete sense of "home" is something many of us take for granted…

8 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
January 2021

HOW AUTHENTIC WAS YOUR LAST HOLIDAY?

In a world dominated by capitalism and social media, how authentic are our trips abroad? Not very, says Julie Olum

5 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

Tim Minchin: The Unromantic Romantic

The Australian artist and comedian on surviving the lockdown, monogamy, maturity and his latest passion project

8 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

FOOT PRINTS IN THE SNOW

She was an experienced hiker. She knew that the tracks ahead meant someone was in trouble. But she had no idea they would lead to a rescue mission that has become legendary.

10 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

INFORMATION OVERLOAD

In our social media age, we have constant access to news cycles, accessing global information at the touch of a button. But what effect is this constant connection having on our mental health? Shahed Ezaydi investigates

5 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

Finding Light This Hanukkah

We speak to three activists about the importance of fighting the good fight this Hanukkah

6 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

Ex-Directory

Olly Mann's local telephone box finds a new purpose, one which provides plenty of amusement…

4 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

The Expert Guide To Decorating Your Christmas Tree

Follow these top tips on how to create an effortlessly layered look for a show-stopping festive centrepiece

1 min read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

Spending Dos And Don'ts For A Covid-19 Christmas

One thing’s for certain—we’re set for a Christmas like no other. Here’s how to prepare financially

3 mins read
Reader's Digest UK
December 2020

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