Saga Magazine - September 2018

21 August 2018

Saga Magazine's September 2018 issue highlights include interviews with Joanna Lumley and Martin Clunes, plus must-read health and money features.



Martin Clunes in Vanity Fair

Martin Clunes takes the Grown-Up Test

The Doc Martin star appears in Vanity Fair on ITV this autumn.

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Joanna Lumley © Matt Holyoak/Camera Press 

Joanna Lumley: a mistress of modesty

The glamorous yet down-to-earth actress takes to the fabled Silk Road in her latest inspirational TV travelogue.

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Obscure motoring laws you probably didn't know about

Stay legal on the road with our guide to the obscure motoring laws you may not be aware of.

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How to manage your dating expectations

Don’t get disheartened when starting to date by managing your expectations.

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Stylish spectacles

If your vision is less than 20/20, don't despair - it's easy to make your specs part of your look!.

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Mary, the miniskirt and me

'Sixties chick' Carinthia West pays homage to the miniskirt, and to Mary Quant, who brought the mini to the masses - plus, how to get involved in the first Mary Quant exhibition in 50 years.

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What to do about noisy neighbours

If you're finding noisy neighbours a nuisance then find out how to go about reporting the noise and getting it stopped.

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What to do about a neighbour's overhanging tree branch

Find out what to do when a neighbouring tree causes a nuisance, whether it is overhanging branches, blocking light or risking damage to your property.

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Falling down fence

What to do about a neighbour's tatty fence

Find out what to do when a neighbouring tree causes a nuisance, whether it is overhanging branches, blocking light or risking damage to your property.

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Benefits

Are you missing out on unclaimed benefits? Read Saga's guides to benefits in retirement to find out what you are entitled to.

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Retirement

Whether you're planning ahead or are already retired, our extensive range of articles will help you make the most of your retirement.

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Volunteering abroad can take you to some far-flung places

How to volunteer abroad

From aid projects in Africa to teaching English in India, there are thousands of opportunities to do great voluntary work overseas when you retire.

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Equity release

Find out how to fund your retirement and unlock the money tied up in your home with equity release.

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Dementia House 

Good to know - health news for September 2018

Health research news and the latest products and gadgets to help you stay healthy.

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Blood pressure - what you need to know

Visit our blood pressure hub to find lots more information about blood pressure.

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7 other conditions a hearing test may catch

Find out why a simple hearing test could boost your health and happiness, as well as highlight underlying conditions.

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Exclusive members' articles for September 2018

Tbilisi

Joanna Lumley's favourite places

Joanna Lumley shares memorable moments from some of her favourite places in the world.

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Revamp your home for autumn

Top tips from the experts for getting your home ready for autumn on a budget.

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Interior design

Homes Under the Hammer star and property expert Martin Roberts’ expert DIY advice to make your home look great.

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