Inside this week's Radio Times...
Endeavour star Shaun Evans contemplates Inspector Morse's future - and his colourful love life
Steve Coogan sets the Alan Partridge gags aside to get serious about comedy - and press intrusion
Martin Clunes aka Doc Martin comes to the rescue of African lions
The IT Crowd's Richard Ayoade on stepping behind the camera to direct The Double
We meet the bright young actresses lighting up New Worlds - the sequel to Civil War drama The Devil's Whore
Explorer, soldier and MP Rory Stewart on why he thinks children are "the opium of the masses"
On the eve of London Live's launch, we look at a revolution in the world of local TV
Timothy West on the move between theatre and Albert Square
Why the Cambridge spies is the greatest espionage story never told
Who is the real Sebastian Vettel - one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time or a boring obsessive who's killing the sport?
Vanessa Feltz reveals her greatest fear
Alison Graham says it's OK if sitcoms don't make us laugh
And William Boyd, Michael Morpurgo and more reveal what it's like to live, love - and lose - their favourite characters
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