Entertainment

  • SUR in English

    Sur in English is a Popular weekly free newspaper on the Costa Del Sol

  • Variety

     3.95

    Variety Magazine is and has always been the most important and trusted provider of industry news and information to the entertainment industry.

  • That’s Life Magazine AU

     3.50

    That’s life magazine is Australia’s No. 1 real-life magazine and the third most read magazine in the country. With the best real-life stories every week, readers enjoy a mix of budget-friendly recipes, handy tips, stars, fashion, beauty and fiction, as well as the incredible 20-page puzzle section – with each puzzle giving readers a chance to win amazing prizes and cash on offer! Please note, puzzles are static and not interactive. Most puzzles will not be able to be completed in the digital format.

  • Horoscope Guide

     2.80

    Horoscope Guide magazine is your personal guide to learning about astrology and your personal sign. You will enjoy reading about your zodiac sign and what it means and portends for the upcoming month in each issue. There is also a great puzzle section in every edition of the magazine that will provide you with great entertainment, as well as many other great extra features. Order your discount subscription to Horoscope Guide magazine today!

  • NW Magazine

     1.95

    NW Magazine is juicy, scandalous, funny or outright outrageous, you’ll find it in NW. We’re the cheeky celebrity weekly with stacks of personality – upbeat and opinionated. NW is bursting with news and gossip, and celeb-inspired fashion and beauty trends without the A-list price tag. We do more body covers than any other weekly – good bodies, bad bodies, freaky bodies, hot boy bodies! And, NW is the home of reality TV – from Real Housewives to The Only Way Is Essex to Jersey Shore.‘Scoop’ brings you the latest gossip during the week, ‘Hot Or Not?’ fashion highs and lows is constantly updated, and each week we have breaking news caught on camera and quirky voiceovers.

  • OK Pakistan

     2.80

    OK! Pakistan’s latest July issue features cover star Hadiqa Kiani. The unstoppable pop diva opens up about how she became a force to reckon with. This issue also includes a feature on Anam and Gohar Mumtaz making waves, as well as Alicia Vikander on Tomb Raider and John Travolta who talks about his journey from Grease to Gotti. This issue features a list on all our favourite royal bachelors from Crown Prince Hamdan of Dubai to Prince Philippos of Greece and Denmark and many more.

  • My Weekly

     1.40

    Each week My Weekly magazine, delivers relaxing fiction, great food and cookery, inspirational real life articles, and stylish fashion, beauty and shopping. A My Weekly magazine subscription is also a perfect gift for women wanting a bit of everything from short stories, reader contributions, knitting or sewing patterns to entertaining celebrity gossip.

  • TV & Satellite

     2.80

    TV & Satellite Week is a weekly television magazine, perfect for viewers looking to get the most out of their Sky or Virgin subscription. It includes previews of the week’s best new programmes, together comprehensive film and sport guides and clear, easy-to-navigate listings for more channels than any other TV magazine.

  • NW Magazine

     1.95

    If it’s juicy, scandalous, funny or outright outrageous, you’ll find it in NW. We’re the cheeky celebrity weekly with stacks of personality – upbeat and opinionated. NW is bursting with news and gossip, and celeb-inspired fashion and beauty trends without the A-list price tag. We do more body covers than any other weekly – good bodies, bad bodies, freaky bodies, hot boy bodies! And, NW is the home of reality TV – from Real Housewives to The Only Way Is Essex to Jersey Shore.‘Scoop’ brings you the latest gossip during the week, ‘Hot Or Not?’ fashion highs and lows is constantly updated, and each week we have breaking news caught on camera and quirky voiceovers.

  • New! Magazine

     4.95

    The latest celebrity gossip, news, pictures and video 24/7 The hottest showbiz news, Big Brother, Fashion & Beauty, TV and loads loads more.

  • Real People

     1.20

    Real People magazine brings you the best moving, shocking, hilarious, infuriating, horrible, and fun true-life stories you’ll find in any magazine. There are so many different types of story here that there’s bound to be something everyone will want to read, but they’re united by one characteristic: they’re all true! Real People magazine also features puzzles and crosswords with big prize money, and tips you’ll want to know, like how to pinch pounds, and sniff out a great bargain.

  • Woman’s Weekly NZ

     4.10

    Woman’s Weekly is the country’s most read woman’s magazine. A true publishing icon, the Weekly shares stories of real New Zealand women as well as in-depth royal news and celebrity features from abroad. The magazine also inspires with relevant and aspirational content covering all things food, style, home and entertaining.

  • Radio Times

     2.80

    Radio Times magazine, the ultimate digital TV and radio guide – it is the very best way for you to catch the week’s essential digital TV and radio, with clearer listings, brighter features and inspiring choices. Plus there are great recommendations for the week’s unmissable music, DVDs and downloads!

  • Hello! IN

     2.20

    Hello! covers the world of celebrities from a completely different angle, making it the world’s most loved celebrity magazine. Hello! is invited into the palaces and homes of some of the world’s most elusive royal families, movie stars and celebrities, to get a view from the inside.

  • Star USA

     5.20

    Star magazine is a bold and sassy woman’s weekly magazine with exclusive, unposed pictures that show celebrities enjoying life to the full in their own environment. A Star magazine subscription is the perfect gift for anyone who likes to in the know on all the showbiz gossip, entertainment news and latest fashion and beauty trends. Star magazine provides all the latest scandals and celebrity news, with exclusive interviews with the stars and behind the scenes photoshoots. Star magazine includes many lifestyle features – horoscopes, expert advice on health & beauty and full TV & film listings for the young woman on the go!

  • Viz

     3.70

    Viz has been gracing British newsagents’ shelves since 1979. Its irreverent mix of bad language, childish cartoons and sharp satire has seen its creators hauled over the coals by the United Nations, questioned by Scotland Yard’s anti-terrorist branch and exhibited in the Tate Gallery. Viz’s comic characters, such as the Fat Slags, Sid the Sexist, and Roger Mellie the foul-mouthed Man on the Telly, as well as its hugely popular Top Tips and Profanisaurus sections, are firmly established as national institutions, just like Broadmoor Hospital for the Criminally Insane. *Manufacturer’s estimate.

  • Soap Opera Digest

     1.80

    Soap Opera Digest is a weekly magazine covering American daytime soap operas. It features onscreen and offscreen news about the series, interviews with and articles about performers, storyline summaries and analysis, and related promotional information. Founded in 1975, the magazine has historically included certain prime time soap operas in its coverage as well.

  • Crash UK

     3.80

    Crash is dedicated to fashion, art, cinema and celebrities, with highly creative beauty and fashion editorials. A source of influence and a touchstone in fashion, Crash is simultaneously published in French and English for its international readers. Each issue presents the best in fashion and the creative world in general, and highlights the best of French as well as international cinema.

  • Tatler UK

     3.50

    Tatler Uk Wicked, witty and wild: the perfect intelligent indulgent read. Over 300 years since the first issue of TATLER was published, today it’s recognized as the smartest people-magazine in Britain, with humorous and insightful coverage of the heroes and heroines of our social scene, combined with an authoritative editorial on the best restaurants, travel, and fashion.

  • People USA

     3.20

    The People magazine runs a roughly 50/50 mix of celebrity and human-interest articles. People’s editors claim to refrain from printing pure celebrity gossip, enough to lead celebrity publicists to propose exclusives to the magazine, and evidence of what one staffer calls a “publicist-friendly strategy”.