Founded by Richard Ingrams, the former editor of Private Eye, The Oldie magazine has developed an extraordinary talent to amuse, with some of Britain’s greatest writers gracing its pages - Craig Brown, Gyles Brandreth and Virginia Ironside.
TAM has a year’s subscription to The Oldie - normally costing £102 - to give away. “You won’t get retirement advice or tips on fighting old age” says The Oldie publisherr James Pembroke. “Oldies aren’t grumpies, but we are liberated by age to say the unsayable. The Oldie has no political agenda. You will get buckets of laughs” Editor Harry Mount says it is “crammed with rejuvenating wit, intelligence and delight”.