Radio Times magazine: 16–22 July 2011

In the new issue of RT, Rupert, Emma and Daniel reveal how Harry Potter changed their lives...


As the final chapter of the Harry Potter film franchise draws to a close in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, Britain’s biggest stars reveal how Hogwarts changed their lives. 


Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint look back on their experiences over the last ten years, while old pros, including Robbie Coltrane, Maggie Smith, Gary Oldman and Helena Bonham Carter, discuss what their roles meant to them – and their young audience

Also this week:

Don’t miss your complete guide to the music event of the year, the BBC Proms

As BBC2 launches The Hour, a cut-throat new drama about the birth of television news, Dominic West discusses his role as Hector Madden and Joan Bakewell reveals what 1950s broadcasting was really like

Our boardroom mole unearths the secret of The Apprentice’s success

Natasha Kaplinsky talks about life before and after Five News and filming for new charity series Born to Shine

Waldemar Januszczak uncovers neglected artists in The Impressionists – Painting and Revolution, including Gustave Caillebotte and Berthe Morisot

Nationwide stars Richard Madeley, Anne Diamond and Stuart Hall reveal their roots in regional TV

Can Rory McIlroy win the Open? Fellow golfers assess the 22-year-old Northern Irish player’s chances

Bryan Ferry talks about giving a concert in Thetford Forest and performing at Kate Moss’s wedding

Comedian Jason Manford, host of new comedy talent search Show Me the Funny: Stand-up Showdown, reveals his TV likes and dislikes


Next week in RT…A free summer gadget guide from Which?…and Rebecca Adlington and Tom Daley kick-start our Olympics 2012 countdown