Inside this week’s Radio Times…
– When Dolly Parton met Lily Allen – they’re both playing Glastonbury but they’ve got so much more in common than just that…
– Plus Dermot O-Leary and Jo Whiley reveal their tips for this year’s festival.
– The world’s most famous comedians are back after four decades, but what’s changed for Monty Python?
-Maggie Gyllenhaal made her reputation in quirky, indie movies. Now she’s making her British TV debut.
– Who’s the most important woman in Wimbledon champion Andy Murray’s life?
– Ben Miller explains why he’s backing Colombia to triumph at the World Cup.
– Simon Schama on his Jewish roots and why he’d like to be buried in the Thames.
– He’s famous for mimicking the Queen, but where does Stanley Baxter stand on Scottish independence?
– EastEnders’ Kellie Bright wants to do Grease – with Danny Dyer, of course.
– Jimmy Doherty travels the globe to find the world’s best diet.
– Plus inches from our regular columnists Alison Graham and Eddie Mair.
It’s all packed into this week’s Radio Times – available from Tuesday 24 June