You can find magazines like Good Housekeeping, The Week, Amateur Photographer, New Scientist, Cosmopolitan, The Economist, Artists & Illustrators. The available newspapers include The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Independent and The Daily Mail.
As you will see, over 90% offer one service or the other (and many offer both). I am sorry for those whose Councils don’t yet offer this. However, this will hopefully change soon.
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How to access your free magazines and newspapers
First, make sure you have your Library Card Number to hand. If you don’t have one look at our separate article on how to get a Library Card Number for free.
COUNCILS OFFERING PRESSREADER AND/OR RB DIGITAL - ONLINE MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS FOR FREE!
Which services does your Council Offer?
Depending on where you live, click on either England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.
Then search for the name of your Council (County, Unitary or London Borough) in the list below. The two columns show whether your council provides PressReader, RB Digital or both!
How to access RB Digital or Press Reader
Once you have ascertained which service your Council offers, click on one of the two links below to choose either PressReader or RB Digital. You can come back and get the other one if you are lucky enough to have a Council offering both.