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Wherever your interests lie, a Radio Times magazine subscription will help you find your perfect programme on one of over 85 digital TV and radio channels every week. The simple and easy-to-understand TV listings and inspiring recommendations mean you'll have no trouble discovering those hidden gems. Plus there are exclusive interviews with the biggest names in the business for you to enjoy, behind-the-scenes specials providing fascinating insights into the nation's favourite programmes and exclusive photo shoots which you'll only see in Radio Times magazine.
Radio Times magazine was founded back in 1923 as a response to newspaper boycotts of radio listings amid fears that people would then listed to the news on the radio instead of buying newspapers. Also, until the deregulation of television listings in 1991 Radio Times magazine only carried information for BBC channels whilst ITV published their own listings in TVTimes.
At one time, Radio Times magazine had the largest circulation in Europe and to this day is the most comprehensive source of UK radio listings in print.
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Radio Times has always maintained such a level of trust. It’s a staple diet for television watchers and has been for decades. I remember going way back when it was the only television magazine out there. I remember too when it only previewed what was actually appearing on BBC channels! But nowadays it’s an all-encompassing read – lovely features and a great assortment of previews. It doesn’t go down the cheap gossip route, and we don’t want that.
I’d probably say my favourite magazine was something boring like Radio Times. I had a sensible upbringing and although I’ve shaken most of that off and act like a bit of a berk, I do still have a tendency for the Radio Times. Well, you need to know what rubbish on your telly you need to avoid, don’t you?
I’m old enough to remember when the Radio Times only ever featured radio listings! These days it’s a multi-channel, multi-platform magazine which celebrates the very best in entertainment. I’ve been lucky enough to appear on the cover a couple of times and it’s a great eye into what’s coming up in the week ahead.