Dig out your Blu-Tack and your marker pen – the new issue of Radio Times magazine comes with a free Olympics wall chart, featuring the must-see events across the final nine days of competition, and most importantly a Team GB roll of honour for you to fill in.
And inside, there’s even more Rio 2016 gold…
– How Usain Bolt has made the once tainted 100m an unmissable spectacle again
– The team behind Jessica Ennis-Hill’s success
– How distance runner Jo Pavey balances being a mum with prepping for the Games
– A look back at London 2012’s Super Saturday – can they do it again?
Also in this week’s mag…
– Ricky Gervais talks bringing back David Brent for new movie Life on the Road
– Kate Humble explains her ‘crazy passion’ for sheepdogs
– Tony Long, the Met’s deadliest marksman, and how he lives with killing three men
– BBC Proms favourite John Wilson celebrates the musical genius of the Gershwins
– The Robot Wars reboot and the nerds at play
– Eddie Mair’s top tips for the world’s largest arts festival – the Edinburgh Fringe
– Andrew Neil reveals he earns more than the PM
– Broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby on his father and being a chip off the old block
And, in Your RT, Paul MacAlindin shares the making of his book, Upbeat, about the national youth orchestra in Iraq, social historian Ruth Goodman recalls her days as a station mistress, garden designer Joe Swift talks summer gardening, and Paul Lewis weighs in on the benefits of paying by card.