(Friday 4 October) Here’s what to look out for in the next couple of weeks:

National Geographic Traveller (UK) November 2019 issue — out now

The November issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK) celebrates the flavours of Mexico. From agave to Zacatecas, we discover the ingredients, regions and people making the Central American country one of the world’s top foodie destinations. Elsewhere, we discover the wilderness of Zimbabwe and make the journey to Snow Hill Island in Antarctica, while urban stories include Seoul and Austin.

Find the stories on the website: https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/travel
For a 26-page digital sample of the issue, visit: magazine.natgeotraveller.co.uk/nov19
The digital edition is available for Apple, Android and Kindle devices: ngtr.uk/NGTdigital
Current subscription offer: https://natgeotraveller.imbmsubscriptions.com/NGTX5ISS

Winter Sports guide — out now with National Geographic Traveller (UK)

The latest Winter Sports guide is packed with stories to inspire travel for this coming snow season — from adventurous ideas for families to the inside track on ski touring and ice climb-ing for beginners. Also inside the issue: we take a ski trip on the borders of Italy and Austria, reveal the prettiest resorts in the French peaks and offer up an insider’s guide to finding a bar-gain ski deal.

South West Living — out on Sunday 6 October with The Mail on Sunday

Inside this free supplement, we look at how Devon is encouraging developers to go green and reduce their carbon footprint, as well as how Cornwall is gearing up for an exciting phase of redevelopment in the near future. We also examine the different things you can do with farm-land when you retire, and how to create a rustic farmhouse vibe in your own home.

The digital version of the supplement is available here: https://promotionalsupplements.com/SWL061019/

Healthcare Innovations — out on Sunday 6 October with The Mail on Sunday

Learn how artificial intelligence is already in use across the NHS and examine emerging re-search on the link between gut health and mental health. We also look at whether extreme temperatures can benefit the skin, a non-invasive, instant weight-loss treatment and the different beauty gadgets you can use at home.

The digital version of the supplement is available here: https://promotionalsupplements.com/HealthcareInnovations6Oct2019/

Senior Lifestyle — out on Monday 14 October with The Mail on Sunday

In this issue, we look at the best technology for home and health as well as the commonly experienced (and rarely discussed) issue of incontinence. We examine the tax implications of an inheritance from overseas and the huge value of leaving a legacy in your will. Finally, we round up the best podcasts for listeners of all ages.

Happy reading!