In this issue of Saga Magazine : In keeping with the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the pages of February’s Saga Magazine are packed with passion. Our cover star, Richard E Grant, talks about how falling in love and having a child helped him overcome his dysfunctional childhood to live life to the full. Then we meet two couples whose holiday romances stood the test of time and transformed their lives. And our picture story features five quirky couples who reveal why the older they get, the better their relationships become.
Our passions are not all just hearts and flowers, however. Rick Wakeman, the former keyboard player for Yes, shares his love of classic cars and explains why looking under the bonnet of a vintage motor is what really sets his pulse racing. If steam trains are more your thing, you’ll be delighted by the enthusiasts keeping these magnificent machines on track in Tunbridge Wells. And Carlton Boyce writes movingly about how, when he was suffering from depression, a new-found passion for running saved his life.
In our money pages, Paul Lewis tells you all you need to know about self-employment in retirement. And in our health section, Patsy Westcott unscrews the lid on a controversy about whether we should all be taking vitamin D supplements, while a sports nutritionist advises on how you can hold back the years with the right diet and fitness regime.
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. We hope you love this issue!
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