In this issue of Saga Magazine : The March issue of Saga Magazine is all about spring cleaning our attitudes and ‘just doing it’. Melanie Phillips takes issue with the ‘intergenerational war’ simmering in the media. She believes baby-boomers are being unfairly blamed for the financial miseries of the young when, in fact, they have been the bedrock of our economic recovery.
We meet performers who are stepping into the limelight later in life and loving it. And if you long to see the world, start a business or find love again, you’ll be inspired by our intrepid souls who’ve stopped wishing and made their dreams come true. Maybe seeing your name in print is your deepest desire… If so, don’t miss our fabulous ghost story competition. Make our spines tingle and you could win a cash prize as well as the glory of seeing your story published in a book.
Someone for whom prevarication has never been a problem is the doyenne of Broadway, Angela Lansbury. At 88, and soon to become a Dame, the indefatigable star is returning to the West End to do eight shows a week. We also have a delightful account of what it’s like to share a suburban flat with a tawny owl and a touching tale of a mother’s love in the First World War. Plus, we visit Britain’s only tea plantation and, further afield, discover amazing pavement artists having fun with optical illusions. You won’t believe your eyes!
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