Radio Times goes football crazy this week with a special Euro 2012 issue of the magazine, which features our guide to all of the summer's action in the Ukraine and Poland. Adrian Chiles gives readers the lowdown on new England manager Roy Hodgson, and we've got tournament predictions from BBC pundits Gary Linekar, Alan Hansen, Patrick Viera and Alan Shearer. Plus, don't miss our free bumper Euro 2012 Wall Chart!
Also this week:
Cross-dressing artist Grayson Perry discusses the relationship between taste and social class, and his experiences of strolling the streets of Sunderland and Tunbridge Wells in a frock.
We've got an an exclusive extract of Jennifer Worth’s memoir of East End nursing during the 1950s that inspired the BBC series Call The Midwife.
Louis Theroux discusses his return to Los Angeles for his new documentary Louis Theroux: Twilight of the Porn Stars to catch up with the adult stars and film-makers he met in 1997 for one of his early Weird Weekends.
Proms presenter Katie Derham explains why the nation should unite behind synchronised swimming, a sport that’s earned unlikely supporters in Christine Lagarde and Kim Jong-il.
Plus, acting Archers editor John Yorke reveals how he's bringing a dash of Walford drama to Ambridge, TV editor Alison Graham tells us history on TV is in crisis and needs to (re)assert itself and Sherlock star Andrew Scott discusses his Bafta win for playing Moriarty. It's all in the new Radio Times, available now priced £1.40.