Best known as the doyenne of agony aunts, Katharine Whitehorn wrote a problem column in Saga Magazine for 20 years.
Best known as the doyenne of agony aunts, Katharine Whitehorn wrote a problem column in Saga Magazine for 20 years. Her autobiography Selective Memory was published in 2007, and she was awarded a CBE for services to journalism in 2014.
A reader worries her wishes won't be respected after her death.
A reader whose son is moving away wonders whether she should go too.
A reader worries her pregnant granddaughter won't be able to cope with a baby.
A reader's family have made it clear they don't think she should be driving.
A reader worries that her married son is too friendly with a work colleague.
A reader wonders what she should do about her teenage granddaughter's clothes.
A reader is unsure how to convince a lonely widower to start dating again.
A reader is worried she will lose her freedom if her son takes early retirement.
A reader feels she is always the one left to organise social events.