Top 10 U.K. Magazines by Circulation

Data as of August, 2020

1. The National Trust Magazine
Full of behind-the-scenes stories and beautiful photography, the magazine, with a circulation of more than 2.4 million, helps readers get more from their visits to places in the National Trust.

2. Asda Good Living
ASDA Good Living is a lifestyle magazine with a family focus. It has a circulation of over 1.8 million

3. Radio Times
The world’s first broadcast listings magazine when it was founded in 1923, Radio Times is a weekly television and radio programme listings magazine that boasts a circulation of more than 519,000.

4. Slimming World
Published seven times a year, it’s the U.K.‘s best-selling title in the health and diet sector, with a print circulation of over 560,000.

5. Good Housekeeping
Monthly women’s magazine featuring articles about women’s interests, product testing by The Good Housekeeping Institute, recipes, diet, and health, as well as literary articles. It published its first issue in 1885, and currently has a circulation of 422,000.

6. Stylist
Distributed free every Wednesday, Stylist is a women’s magazine that first appeared in 2009 as a complement to ShortList. It boasts a circulation of 404,000.

7. Emma’s Diary Pregnancy Guide
Emma’s Diary is the UK’s most relevant and influential communication platform for expectant mothers and new families. It has been giving pregnancy and baby advice for over 25 years and it has a circulation of  over 395,000.

8. Take a Break
Branded as “Britain’s best-selling women’s magazine,” Take a Break is published weekly and has a circulation of 432,000.

9. Woman’s Weekly
A weekly magazine for women, now running for over 100 years. At time of writing, its circulation sat at a touch more than 227,000.

10. Cosmopolitan
International fashion magazine, first published in 1886, with articles on relationships, sex, health, careers, self-improvement, celebrities, fashion, and beauty. It has 64 international editions, the British one having a circulation of over 206,000.




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