|News subscriptions make great gifts for people who are interested in current affairs, being up to date with international events and thinking, and what the latet thinking is. However, you can also get gift subscriptions for news that goes way back!
|Pocketmags have a number of news and current affairs magazine subscriptions, including Newsweek, The Critic, Time, The Week, The Idler Magazine, The Guardian, China Report, Philosophy Now, The Oldie, and Geographical. They've got some great offers, too! Find out more here.
The British Newspaper Archive has historic newspapers you can immerse yourself into! So for anyone who loves delving into the past or who is looking to build up a family history, this could be a great gift subscription. It is amazing what you can find and there are more pages being added to it every week. It's a joint project with the British Library - and it means that instead of heading to London to look at newspapers there, you can make a cup of tea or coffee and head to the 69 million pages online! Visit the British Newspaper Archive's website here to subscribe
|The Times Literary Supplement may be just the thing for those who are into the Arts, Classics, History, Languages and Linguistics, Philosophy, Politics and Society - it sees itself as the world's leading magazine for culture and new ideas. There are book reviews, crosswords and quizzes, the poem of the week, podcasts and lots to explore! Print and/or Digital subscriptions are available. Visit The Times Literary Supplement here.
How about a subscription to TheTimes and The Sunday Times? thetimes.co.uk is home to the digital edition of The Times and its sister title, The Sunday Times. The two titles provide readers with a huge range of information, and they are home to columnists such as Caitlin Moran, Giles Coren and Dolly Alderton. They cover everything from fashion and football to food and celebrity news. You can get the latest stories wherever you are, with the smartphone and tablet apps, or access to over 200 years of journalism with the archives. Take out a subscription here.
Not a subscription, but how about a Cartoons from The New Yorker 2024 Day-to-Day Calendar?
The topics range from politics to marriage, family to entertainment, pets to medicine and more, this calendar will keep them entertained during the year. It's got official major world holidays and observations, too. And it's got a 5.25" x 4.375" easel backer for desk or tabletop display, and it's printed on FSC-certified paper. It's available from Hive.co.uk
It was launched in 1922 and is the largest ciruclating public-interest magazine worldwide. The magazine covers a range of topics, from health advice and money to real-life tales of survival. It covers everything from travel to health, It has stories, news, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. And - there's a special offer - a 15% discount on 12-month subscription! Use the code AFFRD15 to get your 15% here. The code expires on 31 December 2024. Find out more and subscribe here.