March 2016 : Page 1

Saga Magazine March 01, 2016 00:00

In this issue of Saga Magazine : Along with lighter mornings and the promise of spring, the sunny March edition of Saga Magazine is sure to brighten your day. We asked a host of well-known people, including Esther Rantzen, Lorraine Kelly and Joan Collins, what makes them happy. Their answers may surprise you as it appears to be the little things in life – the smell of freshly cut grass on a summer’s day, a Sunday roast, even a tidy knicker drawer, for heaven’s sake – that mean the most.

Our cover star Art Malik, who’s about to appear on TV in a new series of Indian Summers, certainly has plenty to smile about. After battling prejudice at school and hitting a rocky patch when he went off the rails a few years back, he’s loving life in his sixties, blessed with a happy family and a fulfilling career. Another person who appears to be living her dream, after turning her hobby into a successful business on the Isle of Skye, is silversmith Helena Emmans.

Then, if you’re a Diana Athill or Joan Bakewell fan, we’ve a special treat in store. We got these two remarkable authors together to discuss life’s lessons learnt, and their words of wisdom range from love affairs and legacies to living alone and the unexpected freedoms that come with age.

All that, plus our £1,000 prize crossword, money-saving tips as well as special reader offers, and our unrivalled coverage of money, health, gardening, food, travel and all the things that matter to the over-50s.

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