My Weekly Latest Issue February 5


Cover of My Weekly latest issue February 9 with Jane Danson and comfort food recipes

As I type this letter, it’s 3pm in the afternoon and the morning frost has not entirely lifted. There’s a clear blue sky outside, but the temperature has barely risen above freezing. Yes, we are deep in the heart of winter and it’s very, very cold! Apart from the continuously-refilled mug of steaming coffee that sits on my desk, what’s keeping me warm is all the fantastic content in this week’s issue. We’ve done our best to keep you cosy with comforting recipes, fabulous fiction, inspiring interviews and much more. Have a great week!

Stuart Johnstone, Editor

My Weekly latest issue is on sale from February 5-12, available at supermarkets, newsagents and as a subscription.

Take a look at what’s inside…

Silent Witness

Emilia Fox, star of our favourite forensic detective series, tells us she’s begun to wonder whether she’s in the wrong job! Belying their super-serious pose,  Emilia and co-stars Liz Carr (Clarissa), David Caves (Jack) and Richard Lintern (Thomas) share some entertaining glimpses of life behind the scenes.

The 4 main characters in Silent Witness, Jack, Nikki, Thomas and Clarissa, looking serious

Picture: BBC Pictures

Dr Sarah Tackles Tiredness

Who’s tired all the time? Hands up… if you can summon the energy! Dr Sarah Jarvis highlights some of the many possible underlying causes of constant exhaustion, such as thyroid problems, and stresses that once identified, most can be treated. So don’t suffer unnecessarily.

Mature woman in bed sleeping peacefully

Picture: iStockphoto

Me And My Assistance Dog

Stories of uncannily intelligent animals transforming people’s lives never fail to warm our hearts. In this issue you can read all about Magic, a diabetes detection dog, and Babs, who is a godsend to her hearing-impaired owner.

Golden labrador in Medical Assistance Dogs coat putting paw on forearm of smiling woman in outdoor gear

Picture: Trevor Martin

Beautiful Northern Ireland

From well-known attractions such as the Giant’s Causeway to this hair-raising rope bridge 100ft above the sea, explore the beauties of Northern Ireland from your armchair. You might just be inspired to visit them for real!

in Northern Ireland rope bridge, Carrick-a-Rede

Picture: iStockphoto

 

Sarah Proctor

I've worked on a variety of regional newspapers and national magazines. My Weekly is a fantastic, warm-hearted brand with an amazing, talented team. I'm a sub-editor and particularly love working on fiction and the advice pages - I feel I should know all the secrets of eternal life, health and happiness by now, but hey, we all need that weekly reminder!