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Latest issue:

The Entertainer - Blessed with a gift for making people laugh, camp comic Julian Clary talks about job satisfaction, getting broody and how he relies on the universe to provide; Keith’s good life - Dame Penelope Keith tells Jeananne Craig about her passion for the great outdoors – and reveals her secret of a happy marriage; A Novel Idea - Jane Green should have started work on her new novel, instead she takes a four-and a-half-hour drive to Nantucket. But don’t worry, she’ll start it on Monday; Bye, Bye Birdie? - Ceri Levy and Ralph Steadman explore the plight of our not yet (but at risk of) extinct birds.



Brimming with intelligent, practical and interesting features, The Lady magazine covers news, travel, cookery, health and gardening, every week. Now edited by Sam Taylor, The Lady was first launched in 1885 and is England’s longest running weekly magazine for women, notorious over the years for its much loved classified advertisement section.

Independently run, The Lady was founded by Thomas Gibson Bowles, maternal grandfather of the Mitford sisters, who started The Lady upon his wife’s suggestion that a women’s magazine would prove popular. Since then, The Lady has remained within the same family and is now under the management of publisher, Ben Budworth.



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