In this issue of Saga Magazine : Our July issue of Saga Magazine reaches you as we dare to look forward to the return of some normality in our lives – and that’s reflected by our beautiful cover.
The crisis has done much to expose the ageism still rampant in our society and this month Dr Anna Dixon, of the Centre for Ageing Better, argues that the pandemic can, and must, serve as a catalyst for change.
We spend ten minutes with one of the nation’s favourite actresses Sheila Hancock and learn how she’s been coping with lockdown in the middle of filming a new TV series.
We also meet a star of one of the biggest BBC dramas in recent years, Killing Eve’s Fiona Shaw, who reveals why she waited so long to get married.
As many of us continue to rely on entertainment in the home, self-confessed technophobe Angela Kennedy reveals how to enjoy concerts, ballet and exhibitions online. And if you need fresh ideas for a pre-show meal, there’s the second part of our series of recipes using those staple ingredients on your store cupboard shelves.
Nature lovers will enjoy reading about the return of beavers to the UK, while history fans will be fascinated by the heroic story of Battle of Britain pilot John Freeborn.
From wellbeing gardening to our much-loved quiz and puzzles pages, we hope you’ll find plenty to enjoy and inspire in this month’s magazine.
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