In this issue of Saga Magazine : The January issue of Saga Magazine is a magical mix of turning back the clock and looking ahead to the future. As it’s 50 years since The Beatles’ last live gig on the roof of the Apple building in London, we’ve revisited that never-to-be-forgotten day through the eyes of those who were lucky enough to be there.
Something none of us should forget is the legacy of billions of tonnes of plastic lurking in the depths of our oceans, threatening the survival of much of our marine wildlife. Find out what we can all do to ensure we leave the planet in a better state for the next generation.
On a lighter note, the writer and comedian Paul Whitehouse tells us why he’s taking to the West End stage next month in Only Fools and Horses, The Musical. If you’re more of a globe-trotter, then you’ll love our travel almanac of this year’s top holiday destinations. From India to the Ionian Islands, where in the world will this year take you?
In our money section, Paul Lewis shines a light on the proposed changes to probate fees. And on our health pages, we highlight the alarming rise of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and see the transformation brought about by total ankle replacement surgery.
All that, plus our regular round-up of the arts, family dilemmas solved by Jo Brand, Dr Mark Porter’s Q&As, our £100 prize crosswords and a last laugh with radio DJ Mark Radcliffe. Take his advice to make your resolutions realistic for once, and have a very happy 2019!
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